Year 3 (Class 7)
Our Mission Statement
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It’s the Autumn Term and the start of the new school year in the juniors for year 3. We will be with them very step of the way to make the transition from the infants as enjoyable and memorable as possible.
On this page you will find up to date information about current topics, information about class learning and key dates for your diary.
The Year 3 teachers this year are Miss Duffy, Ms Trayer, Miss McKay and Miss McKevitt. If you have any concerns, questions or would simply like to talk to us, please do not hesitate to arrange a meeting.
Our class reward system is Class Dojos. Children can earn them for having a positive attitude towards their work, effort, a high standard of work, teamwork, caring for others, challenging themselves and many more. Children will be rewarded with prizes / certificates. However, class dojos can also be lost for unacceptable behaviour, lack of homework etc.
– To count from 0 in multiples of 4, 8, 50 and 100; find 10 or 100 more or less than a given number
– To recognise the place value of each digit in a three-digit number (hundreds, tens, ones)
– To compare and order numbers up to 1000 § identify, represent and estimate numbers using different representations
-To read and write numbers up to 1000 in numerals and in words
-To solve number problems and practical problems involving these ideas
To learn the 3 times tables using songs.
Predicting, dictionary work, describing characters, inferring character’s feelings and letter writing.
To write a poem about the water cycle
Revisit Year 2 Common Exception Words
– Domestic Church – Homes
– Other faiths – Judaism
Animals Including Humans
– To identify that animals, including humans, need the right types and amount of nutrition, and that they cannot make their own food; they get nutrition from what they eat
– To identify that humans and some other animals have skeletons and muscles for support, protection and movement.
The Roman Empire and it’s impact on us.
– Describe when the Romans conquered Britain.
– Recall some facts about the Romanisation of Britain.
– Describe aspects of Roman Britain in significant detail and be able to ask and answer questions to demonstrate their understanding.
– Use a variety of sources of evidence to appreciate how an accurate picture of the past can be constructed.
Big robots – This project will reinforce children’s understanding of directional language and programming. Children are able to understand and explain the meaning of algorithms and the importance of order and accuracy.
– Class rules
– Black history
Each half term, children will take part in a handwriting challenge to improve their cursive writing ensuring that all letters are formed correctly and are the appropriate size. This will require lots of practise in school and at home. Children will be rewarded with 10 dojos when they pass each challenge and 25 dojos if they pass all challenges.
Homework will be sent home every Friday and must be returned to school on the following Wednesday. There will be a variety of tasks such as spellings, reading, R.E. tasks and learning logs.
Learning logs are a chance for children to be creative and show off their learning each week and should aim to reflect on a different subject each time. Learning logs will be shared with other peers and the most creative will be rewarded with dojos.
Homework is the children’s responsibility and failure to return homework will result in loss of playtime or golden time to complete it. If children find the homework difficult they must let us know by Monday and we will offer support in a lunchtime club.
We aim for 100% attendance in every class. We want our children in school each day so that they have every opportunity to learn and develop in order to reach their full potential. Dojos are given each week for 100% attendance.
During playtime, children are able to buy a snack (fruit / cheese 25p and water 55p) or they can bring their own healthy snack into school such as, fruit & vegetables, toast or cheese.
If you are unsure whether or not you need to pay for school dinners, call into the office and they will be happy to help.
P.E. kits should be left in school at all times. It will be sent home each half term and should be brought back when the children return to school. Trainers cannot be worn for P.E. children must wear pumps and the correct P.E. kit.