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Year 3

Welcome to year 3H! Our class consists of 26 children who are taught by Miss Hoey and supported by Mrs Proctor, Mrs Lee, Miss Townley and Mrs Barry. Our PE days are Mondays and Fridays. Homework is given on Mondays and is to be completed by Friday. Our class homework club takes place on Thursdays. Spelling tests will be carried out on Fridays. Please ensure book bags are in everyday to help us to monitor you child's reading. Home reader books will be changed every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. 


Our Topics for the year are;

Autumn - Brilliant Britain! (Stone Age to Iron Age Britain)

Spring -  Wonderful World!

Summer - Secret Garden!


During the Autumn term, we have learnt about Stone Age to Iron Age Britain! We have experienced life in Stone Age Britain by designing and creating our own Stone Age hunter gatherer weapons and cave paintings using natural materials from the outdoor environment! We were also lucky enough to have had a visit from Professor Wednesday, an exciting Historian who let us make our own caves, a stone age home and taught us about when Stone-Age to Iron Age Britain took place in History through timeline games! This term, we have started to develop our musical skills with Mr Mathews, our Ukulele teacher, and we look forwards to performing our skills to everybody at the end of the school year! Later in the term, Year 3 showcased their performance skills during the Christmas performance of 'Once upon a Christmas', where we performed 'Thank you Very Much' from the movie 'Scrooge', based on Charles Dickens' 'A Christmas Carol'! The crowd loved it!


Autumn Curriculum Overview

During the Spring term, year 3 were very busy! We were very lucky to have the chance to enjoy lots of exciting whole school activities including 'Brilliant Britain' week, where we focused on British values and how Britain has changed over time. During Brilliant Britain week, we worked with Year 2 and experienced dancing through the ages, our favourite was the Charleston! Later in the Spring term, we became budding scientists during our whole school Science week! We had great fun dressing up as different types of scientists and taking part in exciting science exploration workshops, including the Lego engineering workshop which was a big hit with everyone! Year 3 also enjoyed learning about the world around us during our 'Wonderful World' week! For the week, we focused on China and learnt interesting facts about Tai Chi, Chinese Zodiac signs, The Great Wall of China, Transport and Smog. We even held a Tai Chi demonstration in the celebration assembly to show the whole school what we have been up to! As well as all this, Year 3 have tried really hard in their Spring term assessments, as well as bravely showcasing their newfound Ukulele skills for the whole school to see! What a busy term!

Well it's the Summer term, our final term of year 3! During our theme this term, we will be exploring our local area and comparing it to the Lake District! We will practice our mapping and orienteering skills through exciting challenges in our outdoor area, as well as when using digital mapping skills on Google Earth and Digi Maps! We have already started our orienteering and teamwork skills in order to gain more badges in our forest school sessions! We are excited to take part in our whole school 'Secret Garden' themed week, as well as our end of year trip!


Watch this space for more updates on our learning!

Summer Curriculum Overview

My favourite part of year 3 was when we went on our exciting school trip to Tatton Park.



My favourite part of year three was when we went to Tatton Park.

Dominic Melvin


My favourite part of year 3 was taking part in the Christmas play.

Amelia Grogan


My favourite part of year 3 was all the school trips.

Lana-Louise Dearden


My favourite part of year 3 was the Christmas play because I got to play a main part.

by Cerys Leigh Pearson


my favourite part of year 3 was going on the school trip to Tatton Park.

Scarlett Forbes