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Thank you for visiting the Year 3 class page. We will be updating our page with activities each week for your child to complete during our school closure.
Don’t forget, if you need any support or have any questions during this time you can always send us an email or ring the school office and we will get back to you as soon as we can.
Miss Postill - firstname.lastname@example.org
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Half Term Home Learning Task
Our Summer 2 theme is The Stone Age. Look at the tasks below and complete as many of the activities as you would like to over the half term break.
What will you learn about the Stone Age? We can’t wait to see what you discover!
BBC Bitesize and White Rose are taking a short break for half term but will be continuing lessons from Monday 1st June. If you are looking for some maths activities to complete over the holidays, please carry on with the White Rose home learning on fractions for Week 6 using the link below.
Here are your spellings for Week 5.Have a look at the slideshow and choose an activity to help you learn them.
Here are your spellings for Week 4.Have a look at the slideshow and choose an activity to help you learn them.
Summer 1 Term
Here are your spellings for this week.
Have a look at the slideshow and choose an activity to help you learn them.
We looked at times when we have had to 'Find our Brave' during Children's Mental Health Week.
We thought about how we feel when we need to show bravery. We wrote key words inside our letters which are now on display in our classroom so we will always be able to find our brave.
Welcome to Class 3
Thank you for visiting our page.
Year 3 is an important year for your child. It is the first year of KS2 and a time where children become more independent and responsible for their learning.
By following our school mission statement, ‘To be the best we can be – with God’s help’, we work together to ensure we achieve our full potential in all areas of the curriculum.
Over the year we like to provide as many creative learning opportunities as possible, so that the children will retain their learning and make excellent progress.