Year 3 2020 - 2021

Mr Walsh

Welcome to Year 3's class page!

Please see a Welcome video from me.

The Year 3 teaching team are Mr Walsh (class teacher) 

Thank you for visiting our class page. Please ensure that you check here regularly or new information about our class activities and achievements.

Key Information


Reading is an important aspect of the curriculum and is therefore given a very high profile in class. The children are encouraged to read daily in class and encouraged to read at home for 10 -15 minutes each night. We are extremely lucky in Year 3 to have many helpers who are willing to give up their time to listen to the children read. The children therefore have the opportunitity to read to an adult 2-3 times each week. Reading books are changed regulary and this can be initiated by the children themseles or by the adult reading with them. I would encourage you to ask the children questions at home about the book they are reading to build the children's inference and comprehension skills. If you have any queries about your child's reading then please do not hesitate to contact me.


In addition to daily reading, children will each receive written homework during the week as follows:

Day  Homework Due 


Online Homework - My Maths

Following Monday
Monday Spellings & Spelling Shed Activities Friday
Friday English Following Friday

PE Timetable

Children will need their outdoor PE kits with them on a Mondays and their indoor PE kits with them on Wednesdays



Please see the Curriculum page for more detailed information about the curriculum Year 3 children will follow.

This half term we will be studying the following areas of the Curriculum.

English - Looking at the book the Lost Happy Endings followed by Stone Age Boy. We will focus on sentence types, and using interesting vocabulary such as powerful verbs and adjectives. We will practise our writing skills through a variety of genres.

Mathematics - Place Value, working with 3 digit numbers, comparing and ordering numbers etc

Religion -  The Christian Family

Humanities - Stone Age Britain

Science - Animals including Humans

Computing - Programming Robots to move

Thank you for your support,

Mr Walsh


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