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Welcome to Year Three 2019/2020

The teachers in Year Three are:

Jay Class - Mrs Susan Fisher

     Owl Class - Mr Lloyd Morgan

Supporting us with our learning in class is
Mrs Sue Royce

Mrs Morrison, Mrs Sedgwick & Mrs Roberts cover during PPA 

PE kit with outdoor sports wear and trainers are needed for sports lessons.
For indoor PE, please bring shorts and t-shirt .



A message from Mrs Parle Swift Class

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A message from Mrs Leavett Swift Class

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A message from Mrs Simms Wagtail Class

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At this point in the year, Year Three children would be looking at a variety of concepts around plant growth.  We would like the children  to be able to access this learning at home and so have put together some work which we hope they will enjoy.  There are also a number of BBC Bite size videos available to supplement these activities.

Spellings - Below is two lists of spellings for the children. There is an Y3 overview for the children as well as high frequency words that are commonly misspelt.

Basketball Knowledge Organiser (3 Parts)

Taekwondo - The children are enjoying the sessions being delivered during Term 3. They have been learning different skills, as well as improving their fitness.

Ancient and Modern Greece WOW Day - The children enjoyed various activities. These included making their masks (based on The Minotaur), creating a human timeline and finding out about the Greek alphabet.

Ancient Greece Knowledge Organiser

Forces Knowledge Organiser

Stonehenge Biscuit Making - The children were learning all about Stonehenge and then went on to make their own version using biscuits. A great activity enjoyed by all.

As an extension to our Stone Age WOW day, the children made clay necklaces with a similar look to those that were worn during The Stone Age. The children spent time planning and then making their necklaces.

Stone Age WOW Day - The children enjoyed a Stone Age WOW day where they became archeologists taking apart a chocolate chip cookie. After this, the children imagined walking through a cave with Stone Age drawings/paintings and created their own. The day was thoroughly enjoyed by all.