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.
As year 3 is a transition year from infants to juniors, we work extremely hard and have a ‘work hard, never give up’ attitude.
As you are aware, reading is extremely important to develop your child’s speaking, listening and writing skills; so we encourage you to read with your child daily and also let them listen to you read. So far, the children are keen and reliable readers, so keep it up!
We also work super hard in our maths lessons, building on our existing knowledge and experiencing new learning. In year 3, we focus on our 3, 4, and 8 times tables so feel free to practice these at home with your child. In English we have been reading ‘The Stone Age Boy’ and exploring life in Stone Age times.
During a typical hectic week in year 3, we develop our knowledge in other subjects, such as RE (Come and See syllabus), Science, History, Geography, French, Music, Computing, PSHE, PE and Art. This term we are currently creating fossils and cave paintings, looking at rocks and investigating their uses which the children are enjoying.
We also take part in daily collective worship sessions to reflect on our busy day and daily lives.
Remember, if you ever have any worries, concerns or questions, feel free to make an appointment to have a chat!
Homework – sent home on a Friday and to be returned by the following Wednesday.
Reading – Daily
Snack money - £1 weekly
We also have a range of extra-curricular clubs available, which we will inform you about throughout the year! It is vital that children are supported at home with regards to reading, times tables, homework and spellings in order to enable them to develop key skills, understanding and independence.
We hope that you enjoyed reading about our class, we are a really friendly bunch so please feel free to pop in and say hi!