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Welcome to Year Three.

We hope you are all well and have had a lovely summer break. It is a strange, unprecedented time and we are aware that the children might be anxious or nervous about coming back. Just to reassure you we will be starting from where the children are at with their learning and we will endeavour to bridge any gaps that have arisen. The teaching team this year is Mrs Wall, Mrs Allen and Mrs Luckett. Mrs Price and Mrs Collier are our Teaching Assistants. If you wish to speak to any of the staff, please put a note in your child's diary and we will get back to you.

Your child will have brought home a spelling log and multiplication tables book. Inside the front cover of these are explanations of how our Year 3 systems work. There will be more information on homework shortly.

PE will be once a week, it will be outdoor and on a Thursday. Children will need to wear their PE kits to school on Thursdays instead of school uniform. Please make sure that every item of clothing, water bottles, lunchboxes etc. is named so that anything which goes missing can quickly be returned.

We would like to remind you that the children should only bring water to drink in the classroom and that children must have a drink in school. The children will no longer be provided with snack at break time and will need to bring this in for themselves if they wish. Please label where necessary and keep separate from their lunch box so it can be placed in their pouch for ease of access.

We thank you for your support and look forward to a great Autumn Term.

The Year 3 Team

Hello Year 3 Home Learners.


While you are at home you can be practicing your handwriting, times tables and spellings. You could also be reading your reading book, a home reading book or even a magazine.


At the moment we are focusing on horizonal and vertical joins.

Times tables

When practicing your times tables it is important that you also practice the division facts associated with them for example 2 multiplied by 7 equals 14 and 14 divided by 2 equals 7. Why not also try missing numbers for example 5 x ? = 15. You can recap Year Two times tables of 2, 5 and 10 and then move onto Year Three 3,4 and 8.


Your spellings are in your home school diary. You can test yourself on these by doing look, cover, write, check. You could also practice them by writing sentences with them in. 

Off We Go (Y3 Christmas Song)

Rejoice With Us (KS2 Christmas song)

Midnight (KS2 Christmas song)