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Welcome to our Year 3 Class Page : Miss Sayer & Mrs Williams

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Welcome to our Year 3 Class page. 

This page will be updated every half term to help to keep you up to date with the topics we will be working on in class. 

There will also be a copy of my long term plan for the year and each half term's medium term plan as we get to it. 

I will post helpful websites to support our learning and a copy of the spellings for the half term. 

Enjoy using our class page! 


The children can bring a bookbag to school to put their homework, snack, reading diary and reading book in. NO RUCKSACKS PLEASE.

If children want to bring in a water bottle, it must be named and only contain water. It will come home every night to be washed and refilled.




We will be reading 'Counting on Katherine' by Helaine Backer. From this book, we will learn about Katherine Johnson's extraordinary life and will be writing a fact file. Our focus will be: using the past tense consistently and correctly, expanded noun phrases to describe, apostorphes for contracted forms of words and a range of subordination and co-ordination within our sentences. 

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Y3 place value

We will be focusing on place value through: counting in 1's, 4's, 8's, 10's, 50's and 100's.recognising place value of digits in a 3-digit number, comparing and ordering numbers up to 1000 and writing these in numerals and words. Using this knowledge, we will sove practical and number problems. specifically numbers with 3 digits using renaming and solving problems using this knowledge. 


We will be revisiting and securing our knowledge of the Year 2 common exception words and developing a range of strategies for learning new words. Our lessons will also explore a range of homophones, prefixes and suffixes.


Times Tables

We will be revisiting our 2,5 qand 10 times tables to improve our fluency and confidence. 

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We will be practising our handwriting daily to achieve consistently clear lette formation and to rebuild our fluency and stamina after lockdown.




Our focus will be animals including humans, looking at how they require nutrition from food as they cannot make their own.  We will investigate different types of nutrition; in which types of food they are found and how we need to balance these to maintain a healthy diet.  We will also be discovering how humans and some other animals have skeletons and muscles for support, protection and movement.


Our PE Lessons will be focusing on fundamental movement skills and getting us active and energised again after lockdown. Our PE lessons will be on a Thursday morning. The children must have a named PE kit in school at all times. 


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We will be exploring Christianity, focusing on how and why some people have served God. Our lessons will also allow us to look at inspiring Christians and reflect upon who our own role models are and what qualities they possess.



Our song for this term is called 'Let your spirit fly' by Joanna Mangona. 

We will be listening and appraising the song, looking at the structure and the timbre and adding our own percussion parts. 

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Homework will be given out on a Monday to be completed and returned by a Friday. There will be on-line Maths homework and Grammar homework to be completed in your child’s homework book. Your child will also have spellings, reading and times table challenges to complete each week.

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