Welcome to Year 3
We would like to take the opportunity to welcome you all to Year 3! We are looking forward to working together so that we can have a very exciting and productive year. We hope that your children enjoy the new challenges and approaches to learning that Year 3 has to offer!
Year 3 Knowledge Content Document
Year 3 Knowledge Organisers
The Year 3 Team
The Year 3 is comprised of two Year 3 classes: Cedar Class and Pine Class.
Our teachers are Miss Paterson In Cedar and Mrs Pritchard in Pine.
We are very lucky to have several Teaching Assistants; Mrs Finnigan, Mrs Armitage, Mrs Akhtar and Miss Hudson who support the children with their learning.
'Year 3 celebrated the Queen's Platinum Jubilee with a special picnic. Our amazing dinner centre staff provided the children with a delicious packed lunch which included a special 'Jubilee biscuit' and an ice cream cone with sprinkles!
On Monday 9th and Tuesday 10th May, Year 3 took part in 'minisplash' activities at Hollingworth Lake as part of our outdoor and adventurous activities. All of the children bravely got into the water and took part in all of the activities.
The Moorland Home
Year 3 children attended an overnight residential this half term at Moorland Home. The children took part in activities linked to the curriculum and enjoyed being outdoors in nature
In Year 3 we have been using clay to make Mayan tiles.
Christ Church Healey
Year 3 spent the day at Christ Church Healey as part of their RE curriculum. Reverand Gill and her team of volunteers provided activities and a great insight into the Christian faith
Times Table Rock Stars is a fun and challenging programme designed to help students master the times tables! Children have the opportunity to practise multiplication and division facts up to 12 x 12 through this engaging website. Teachers can set multiplication challenges suitable for your child and monitor the progress your child makes.
Reading Planet is an exciting reading scheme, which will help your child develop reading skills and build a lifelong love of reading. Your child’s teacher will assign books for your child to read as well as monitor your child’s progress through the quizzes he/she completes linked to the books read.
Oxford Owl is an award-winning website full of expert advice, educational resources and a free eBook library to support children with their learning at primary school and home. Oxford Owl for Home provides support and resources for parents and carers (parents need to register for free access to the resources). You can register for Oxford Owls on the Oxford Owl home page.
Resources you can access through Oxford Owls:
- A free eBook library
- Advice on learning at home and at school
- Book recommendations by age and interest
- Kids’ activities and worksheets