Year 3 2019 - 2020

Our team

Teachers: Miss Fisher, Miss Ashley

Teaching Assistants: Mrs Nurton, Mrs Dulson, Mrs Bell, Mrs Khatun



To improve the children's reading and comprehension skills, it is also important for the children to read every night. Could we please ask parents/carers to sign the children's Communication Diaries, so that we can evaluate how often the children read (they earn an extra smilie for reading 5 times each week). Children achieving this, will have a greater chance of gaining their Gold Award. It is important for the children to be asked questions about the text they are reading, to help build their inference and comprehension skills. The children also really enjoy listening to stories.


The children are given a spelling activity every Friday and are expected to complete it by the following Friday. This activity is to help children learn spelling patterns that they can apply to their everyday writing. New words appropriate to their year group will be taught in spelling sessions in school.



During this half term we will be focusing on multiplication, geometry, mass and capacity.

We will be practising our times tables throughout the year as this knowledge is central to success and confidence in maths. The times tables we focus on in Year Three are the 3s, 4s and 8s. Division facts are part of knowing your timetables e.g. 10x4=40, 40÷10=4. We will also be looking at multiplying 2 digit by 1 digit numbers e.g. 16x5=80.

The children will be tested in their times tables recall on Fridays and progress tracked. You will be able to follow this through the yellow test books in their book bags. The children also have access to Timetables Rock Stars where they can practise timetables online, their login is in the front of their reading diaries.



This term we will be continuing with our Forces and Magnets Topic. We will be looking at the different forces and the effects they have on objects. We will be testing magnet strength and creating our own magnetic game. We will be exploring the effects that friction has on the speed of moving objects and what causes this friction. We will investgiate the link between mass and gravity. 


CoJo (History and Geography)

Our explorer this term is Nellie Bly, who was a Victorian journalist and the first woman to independently travel around the world in 72 days. We will be using her journey as our Geography and History focus, to help us learn about life in the Victorian era, life changing inventions and the traditions of different countries. The children will learn about how steam trains work and the importance of them to Crewe. Our trip to the Manchester Museum of Science and Industry further our understanding of life as a Victorian child. The children will also take part in a Victorian School day where they can come dressed as a Victorian child and particiate in lots of interesting activities. Other subjects such as ICT, DT and Art will also be linked into this.



Children will be introduced to the Christian faith with a focus on the symbolism and artefacts that are important to Christians. They will be asked to reflect on what God means to the Christian faith and why it is important to Christians to follow the teachings of Jesus.

The children will be reflecting on their own beliefs, religious and otherwise that inform their own perspectives on life.

Parables will be a focus during the lessons and how they inform Christian lives. 


Class Miss Ashley

Wednesday Afternoon and Friday Afternoon


Indoor and Outdoor kit needed.


Class Miss Fisher

Monday Afternoon and Wednesday Afternoon

Indoor and Outdoor kit needed.

Your child will need an outdoor PE kit to include a jumper, jogging bottoms and trainers in addition to their normal PE kit. Please make sure these are named. 

Please can we remind you that for all PE sessions long hair must always be tied back and all earrings MUST be removed or covered over with a plaster.

As we are a healthy school, we encourage all children to bring a named bottle into school filled with only with water.



The homework that children are given relates to and embeds what they have been learning about in school. 

Throughout the year projects relating to work covered in class may be sent home.

The children will receive Spelling, Grammar and Punctuation (SPAG) and maths homework on a Friday and this will be marked the following Friday.  


Homework Book


Due in

Daily Reading






Spelling Homework

Spelling Sheet

Wordsearch - silent letters


Maths Book







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