Welcome to Year 3

Class 5 Teachers: Mrs Peden and Mrs Taylor  Class 6 Teacher: Mrs Nelson  Teaching Assistant: Mrs Farrar

Take a look at our Class Blog to see what we have been up to this term!

      

 

Dates for your diary

 

Friday 11th January 

Epiphany Mass
Thursday 17th January School Dinner Theme Day
Thursday 31st January Friends of St Ann's meeting. 8pm St Ann's Parish
Monday 4th February Internet Safety Week

Wednesday 13th February

School Nurse Drop in Session. 8.30am

Friday 15th February

Class 6 Assembly

Friday 15th February School finishes for half term. 3.30pm
Monday 4th March / Thursday 7th March Scholastic Book Fair
Thursday 7th March World Book Day
Friday 8th March Class 5 Assembly
Monday 11th March Shakespeare Week
Tuesday 26th March / Wednesday 27th March Parents Evening
Friday 5th April School finishes for Easter. 3.30pm

 

PE Day

Weekly Timetable

     

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

 

P.E.  Homework due in  

* Weekly spelling test

* New spellings sent home for next week's test.

* Homework sent home

 

Our P.E. day is on Tuesday so please ensure that your child has full kit for this day.

 

Reading books can be changed every day but we recommend that books are kept long enough to be read a few times in order to build fluency and comprehension of the text.  Books must be changed at least once a week to ensure progression through the reading scheme.

 

Homework will be given out on a Friday to be completed by Wednesday of the following week.  Each week there will usually be one piece of English and one piece of Maths homework.  All homework is to be completed in pencil and to the standard we expect in school.

 

New spellings will be given on a Friday.  These will be written in their beige spelling books.  Please ensure your child brings this to school each Friday.  Spellings from the previous week will be tested on a Friday morning. 

 

You should aim to listen to your child read every day for at least 10 minutes.  See the Literacy page for some top tips!

 

Handy equipment to have at home: 

* Pencil,

* pencil sharpener

* 30cm ruler

* glue stick

* pencil crayons

* dictionary

* thesaurus 

 

Upcoming Dates:

 

Letters about the upcoming Sacramental Programme have now been sent home.  For further information, please contact Fr Ged at the church.

 

Help and Advice

Recommended Reading List - Good stocking-fillers for birthdays and Christmas 

Times tables - the children in year 3 should be confident with their times tables and division facts for the 2,3,4,5,8 and 10 times tables.

Spellings - the children should be able to spell high frequency words correctly within their writing

Please see the links below:

100 High Frequency Words

Next 200 High Frequency Words

Year 3 Statutory Word List

 

Educational Games / Websites:

 

www.topmarks.co.uk

 

www.crickweb.co.uk

 

www.bbc.co.uk/education

http://resources.woodland.kent.sch.uk/

www.britishmuseum.org/learning/schools_and_teachers/resources.aspx