Welcome to Year 3
Year 3 Oak class teacher
Miss L Malpass
Year 3 Pear class teacher
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To access RE and Collective worship learning, go to the catholic life page which will be regularly updated.
To access SEN and Wellbeing resources and information, please go to the SEND page
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All about me-Miss Malpass
All about me-Mrs Nickless
Transition Week Activities
To help us to find out a bit more about each of you, choose a different activity from the selection to complete each day.
Write a letter/postcard or make a PowerPoint to introduce yourself to your new teacher. Example
Write a recount of what you have done during lockdown. Activity sheet
Draw/paint/collage a self- portrait. Ideas
Make a mind-map/poster of all your special qualities and talents. Activity Sheet
Fill up a dream jar with your dreams for your time in Year 3. Example
Have a go at one of these extra activities
Year 3 Information
As you may already be aware, during the academic year we hold a number of “Prayer Weeks” in school. The aim of our prayer weeks is to introduce the children to different forms of prayer as well as continuing to provide the children with the opportunity to develop their own personal prayer life. Each class sets aside some time every day to pray together using a variety of different prayer activities (a different one each day). At the start of the summer term, we usually hold our “Easter Prayer Week.” This year, it was planned for the week beginning 27th April. As things are a little different this year, we are asking for your support with this. On the Catholic Life page of the website is a selection of different prayer activities. Perhaps as a family, you could choose a different prayer activity to share in together each day during this week. Some of the activities will be familiar to the children and they may already have their favourites. Some will be new activities. All of the ideas require very little preparation. Maybe, after the prayer week is over, you may like to continue to share some of these prayer ideas together. If you do try out some of the ideas, please share with us how you have got on.
Spellings WB 6th July
Use the lesson 3 video link, to complete the activity and check your answers.
SPAG WB 6th July
Use the lesson 4 video link, to complete the activity and check your answers.
Science – Seed dispersal
Starter: look at the Twinkl PowerPoint – Seed Dispersal
Discuss the methods of seed dispersal.
Activity: draw a beautiful woodland scene including the methods of seed dispersal. Make sure that you label your picture.
Methods to include: dropping, carrying, water, eating, shaking, bursting.
If you are able to print you can complete the sorting sheet.
Optional: write some sentences to describe what is happening.
If you wish to complete extra work please use the resources page
Extra fun activities
Mr Oates' PE Challenge
Road Safety Activity
Summer Reading Challenge
Welcome to the class page for Year 3, here you will find out some information about timetable and class expectations. Year 3 marks the beginning of KS2, which means the children will be starting to work more independently on a variety of exciting and fun themes, such as the Ancient Egyptians.
Year 3 also marks an important year for the Catholic children in their journey through the Sacraments. This year they will take part in Reconciliation and then make their First Holy Communion. These are very special times which will help bring the children closer to God. More information will be given to you about these events closer to the time.
In Year 3 you will receive the following homework, we expect homework to be completed on time.
- Please ensure all children have appropriate footwear for woodland warriors in school. We will have Woodland Warriors on Wednesday mornings – children will need wellies if possible as it can get muddy. They will be provided with water proofs to go over their uniform so they will not need any special clothing.