Year 3S

Welcome to Year 3S

Hello and welcome to Year 3S’s class page! 

We have hardworking, happy students in Year 3S who are aged 7, 8 and 9. Our class teacher is Miss Howes and our Teaching Assistant is Mrs Palmer (who we share with 3A!) We really enjoy reading in our class and we select our own book to read for pleasure.   

We learn a lot in Year 3S. Every morning we study Maths and English so we can become better mathematicians, readers and writers. Every day we make time to pray and we reflect on the values we are focusing on, this term it is kindness. We all believe that you can’t be too kind. We also pray for other people in the world who are struggling to find a safe place to live and work. We study Religious Education, Science, History, Computing and P.E to name a few. Our main topic for this term is ‘The Vikings’ which links in with both our History and Literacy topic as we are currently reading ‘How to Train Your Dragon’. 

In Key Stage 2 we are continuing with our Spelling Mastery scheme which we do three times a week. We have our own workbooks and it really helps us to become better spellers AND readers!  We are also continuing with French lessons and starting to learn the Ukulele. 


In our Maths lessons, there is a real focus on knowing our times tables off by heart. By the end of the year we will know up to 12 times 12! Parents and guardians, you could even test your children to help them become an even more marvellous mathematician. Why not say your multiplication tables together while walking to school?

We have plenty of trips linked to our learning in class to look forward to and there will be many pictures uploaded to this page so parents can see how much fun was had.  We also enjoy learning through music and song. 


Some of our pupils attend extra-curricular clubs such as breakfast club, football and Touch Type. 

Being healthy is important to us all. We drink plenty of water during the day and have a healthy playtime snack. For example; oranges, apples, pears, bananas.  

If any parents or carers would like any help to support their child outside of school, especially through reading or maths, please feel free to ask questions or run past some new ideas you may have. You are always welcome.

We hope that you enjoyed reading about our class and there will be opportunities for you to come and see us working in class soon! 

Homework is always an extension of the work we have covered that week in class.