This webpage is where you will find information about the year group and be able to stay up to date with your child's learning.
It is important for every child to read every day, please read with them and write in their home reading book so we can reward them for their hard work. They can win a whole host of great prizes by reading their book every day and it is pertinent to their development as a learner.
This is set every Friday, there will generally one Maths and one Literacy based piece of work. This needs to be completed by the following Wednesday and brought back into school.
Every child needs to be in a full school uniform every day. This includes; a tie, black shoes and a jumper, as well as a PE kit. This is part of the school uniform and every child needs to have one in school.
This Term we have been studying this book;
We have used this book as a stimulus for our 'Losing story' and have been writing our own from this. We have been detectives looking for clues, like she did in the book.
We have also been learning how to use inverted commas for speech, how to identify homophones and how to identify the correct articles for nouns.
We are now moving from a losing story to a recount in the form of a diary so the children spent the lesson completing memorable activities to write about including making Victorian inventions out of playdough!
Throughout the term we have been learning about the place value of three digit numbers, how to compare three digit numbers, how to partition three digit numbers, how to add and subtract hundreds and we will be looking at many more skills throughout the term!
Week beginning 30/9 - We have been tackling some tricky new skills in Maths this week! We have started to use the Year 3 skill of adding and subtracting ones using the column method! The children have shown real perseverance with this.
Year 3 have spent a few weeks learning about fractions. They can find fractions of amounts and have even started to learn how to convert fractions into decimals! Next week - 2.12.19 we will be moving on to multiplication!
We have looked at the life of Queen Victoria, the lives of the rich and the poor and the industrial revolution.
We have learned about some very important people from the Victorian era such as; Florence Nightingale, Dr Barnardo and Alexander Graham Bell. See if they can tell you why these people were so important and how they have impacted our lives today.
We have been looking at light sources, whether materials are transparent, translucent or opaque and how shadows are formed.
So far, we have learned numbers to 20 and basic greetings.
Year 3 have LOVED learning the Spanish colours. See if they can remember some to use whan they are at home!