Welcome to the class page of Year 3
3 Cedar, 3 Elm and 3 Palm
3 Cedar are taught by Mrs K Corbett.
3 Elm are taught by Miss J Castle.
3 Palm are taught by Mrs S Rees-Porter and Mrs T Brown.
Mrs Abbott, Mrs Broad and Mr Heath work across all the Year 3 classes.
Your child will receive maths homework, every other week.
Maths homework will be handed out on Thursday and due in on Monday.
Times tables will be assessed every Tuesday and sent home on Friday.
Spellings will be handed out on Friday and will be tested on the following Friday.
Homework Diary - The homework diary that your child will receive is intended to be used as a communication tool between parents and staff for homework, reading or general enquiries. We will endeavour to check the homework diary every day so please encourage your child to have it in school with them every day. If you have any concerns you wish to raise which are more personal or require a more in depth response then please write a separate letter to your child's class teacher.
If your child is being picked up by someone other than yourself, please inform the class teacher or write a note in their homework diary. Thank you.
Uniform - Please make sure that all school uniform and PE kit is clearly labelled as it helps the children to identify their own belongings. P.E. kits must be in school every Wednesday when the children will have PE. Swimming Kits must be in school each Friday (unless otherwise notified). Please remind your child to bring a coat every day in the winter months. Please encourage your child to bring a named water bottle to school every day.
Medication - Please let the school and your child's class teacher know if your child has any condition requiring medication, including allergies or asthma. If your child needs to be on a course of medication then please complete the relevant form which is kept in the school office.
Take a look at our recent learning...
Week 1 - The children have made a great start to life in Year 3 and whilst we can see they are tired already they are all trying their best. This week has mostly been about learning new routines now that the children are in Oak building. However, in maths they have been reviewing number and place value and in English the children have been writing riddles. Today (Friday), all the children discussed what and how much information is too much to give online in our first e-safety lesson of the year. We look forward to seeing the children back on Monday morning rested and ready for their learning.
Most asked question of the week – When is lunch? Even after lunch in some cases!