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               Mr James          

Miss Dearn (Team Leader)

Miss Hussain


 Welcome to Year 3!

Why is France the tourist hotspot of the world?



We have had another busy week in Year 3, demonstrating some of our fabulous art skills in our art lessons this week. We have also learnt about Hinduism and how they worship which we found really interesting. 

Don't forget, Tuesday 26th March is class photographs day! Please make sure your child wears their uniform smartly on Tuesday! Please also remember we have our read to succeed happening - 3 times a week reading = 1 tick! We're moving our way up our bookmark and get very excited when we do! 

Year 3 are making their 3D French maps next week, so please bring in any spare cardboard or newspapers to help with this; thank you.

We look forward to our next fun week of learning! 


The Year 3 Team. 


Homework & Spellings



We will be focusing on measures; any work at home on measures including money would be fantastic! 


In Year 3 we would love for your child to read as frequently as possible. Your child has a reading book and a Reading Record diary that you can write comments in. We are also keen to see children writing their own comments about what they have read! On Wednesdays (fortnightly) your child will be sent home with a reading comprehension activity. Please complete this with your child for the following Wednesday. 


Writing (We love writing!)

Every week your child has plenty of opportunities to write. We encourage the children to write at length in many different subjects. We also have a weekly Big Write session where we focus on writing lots of different text types, e.g. traditional tale, diary entry, explanation text. For the objectives that we will cover this year, please click on the link below:

Year 3 English Objectives


BIG Write and the BIG Talk!

Every Thursday your child takes part in the Big Write. We would love for your child to discuss the Big Write with you so they are full of ideas for the session! You can find details on the Big Write on our homework page.