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YEAR 3

KEY STAGE 2

Want to camp in a bell tent? Or maybe create your own class museum? Or would you rather explore a lifeboat? These are just a few of the exciting opportunities our children are able to experience during their time in Year 3.

 

Following a fantastic transition programme from our KS1 site at the end of Year 2, the children in Year 3 are ready to immerse themselves in our jammed-packed curriculum where they can develop their academic and social skills to become confident, independent learners.

 

The teaching team are passionate about learning, constantly looking for ways to bring the curriculum to life for our children and aim to inspire each child to do their best and follow their dreams. In Year 3, everyone matters … that means our parents and carers too!

It’s good to talk so issues can be solved and achievements can be celebrated. Our aim is that everyone’s time in Year 3 is successful, magical and most of all, fun.

Learning
Learning
Learning
Learning

Curriculum

Year 3

Autumn Term 1

Journeys

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Autumn Term 2

The Dark

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Spring Term 1

Relic Hunters

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Spring Term 2

Lost Worlds

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Summer Term 1

Happy

Summer Term 2

Legacy - Inspiration to Aspiration

School Council

Year 3

Year 3 Councilors

Oliver
Evie
Leonie
Henry

News Blog

Year 3

Letters Home – Family Networking

Letter Home - Family Networking - DOWNLOAD HERE

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Year 3 Spring Newsletter

Dear Parents/Carers   Year 3 Spring Newsletter   The Year 3 Staff would like to take this opportunity to wish you a Happy New Year. It is going to be a busy term with exciting opportunities for the children, including creating a class museum about the Stone Age and a ‘Tech Fortnight’!   Our topic ...

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Year 3 – Stone Age Houses

Year 3 have been having a great time building Stone Age houses from the Neolithic period,  the Mesolithic period and the Bronze Age.

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Year 3 Class Museums

Last Thursday, the children had a magnificent end to their learning in Year 3 with their marvellous class museums that shared their knowledge and understanding about the Mesolithic, Neolithic and Bronze Age periods in the British Isles. Parents and carers were wowed with how much the children knew and how much effort and time they ...

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Letters Home

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Meal Ordering

Weyco Food ordering

Parent Lite

Parent Lite

School Money

School Money