Welcome to the Year 3 page
This year, Class 3 will be taught by Mrs Bradley. If you have any concerns or information which you wish to share with me, I am usually available every morning before school from 8.30 am or most afternoons straight after school when you collect your child.
We have had a very busy and fun first half term in Year 3.
There are lots of exciting topics to look forward to and for our first history topic, we will be looking at The Stone Age.
• Learn how people survived in the Stone Age.
• Understand what changed for people living in Stone Age Britain.
• Understand how life changed in the Bronze Age.
• Learn about Britain’s Prehistoric Tombs and Monuments.
• Understand who the Celts were and how they made iron in the Iron Age.
In our Science lessons, we will be looking at rocks and soils. We will be:
Grouping rocks based on their properties.
Looking at and identifying sedimentary, igneous and metamorphic rocks.
Testing the permeability of rocks.
Looking how fossils are formed.
Understanding who Mary Anning was.
Understanding soil formation.
Testing soil permeability
Seesaw and Dojo
This year, we will be using Seesaw, which is the class blog and Dojo team points, which is used to see how many Dojo points your child receives in class each day. You will be able to get an insight into all the exciting activities your children have been doing in school.
This half term, PE will be on Tuesday and Friday. Please make sure your child brings:
A plain white T-shirt or a school logo white t-shirt.
Navy blue shorts.
White, grey or navy blue ankle socks.
Trainers or pumps that fit correctly.
A navy hoodie (outdoor only).
Plain navy leggings or joggers.
Please make sure your child has the appropriate kit for these days and note that no earrings are to be worn for PE.
Music – Tuesday
Spanish – Thursday
P.E. – Wednesday and Thursday
Homework – sent home on a Wednesday and completed by Monday
Reading book changed - Daily
Please ensure the children bring their reading books into school every day.
Please bring a refillable water bottle to school every day.
Mrs A Bradley (Class Teacher)