Year 3

Year 3

Starting in Year 3

In Year 3 our staff are:

  • 3B – Ms Bond, TA support –  Ms Labul,
  • 3c – Ms Castillejo, TA support – Ms Jamieson, Mrs Choudhry

Timetable

Daily lessons include English and Maths.
Weekly lessons include Science, Computing, French, History/Geography, R.E, Art and Music.

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Timetable

Homework

Homework is set on Friday.

This will be weekly spellings and times tables to practise, plus a learning conversation, related to the work they have been doing in class, to discuss at home. Sometimes there will be a research task. If your child does not understand any of the homework, please ask them to talk with the teacher who set the homework.

Swimming/P.E

At present there will be no swimming this term.
Please make sure your child wears suitable clothes for outdoor games on Wednesday. They will not be changing for PE. They will also have a DPA (Daily Physical Activity) during the day so please make sure they are in suitable clothes and footwear for this.

All children need a named water bottle to keep in the classroom.

English

Year 3 study the following topics:

  • Myths, Legends and Fables
  • Explanation texts
  • Information Text
  • Adventure Stories
  • Biography and Autobiography
  • Poetry
  • Non-chronological reports
  • Play scripts

The children complete work each week relating to comprehension, writing, grammar and spelling. The children are given spellings to learn each week. Reading books will be changed by the children themselves on a regular basis, they will read in a guided reading group with the class teacher once a week. They will also read with the Teaching Assistants too.

Maths

Year 3 study the following topics:

  • Place value – negative numbers, ordering, rounding, comparing numbers and reading Roman numerals to 100
  • Addition and subtraction – estimate, inverse and using the formal written methods including two step problems
  • Multiplication and Division – recall multiplication and division fact for multiplication tables up to 12 x 12. Find factor pairs and multiplying two digit and three digit numbers by a one digit number using formal written layout.
  • Fractions – families of common equivalent fractions, add and subtract fractions, count up and down in hundredths.
  • Decimals – compare numbers up to 2 decimal places, rounding decimals, diving by 10 and 100 and finding decimal equivalents of any number of tenths or hundreds.
  • Money – solve simple measure and money problems involving fractions.
  • Measure – convert, estimate, compare and calculate different measures, including money in pounds and penc Measure and calculate the perimeter & area
  • Time – reading and converting analogue, digital and units of time.
  • Geometry – compare and classify geometric shapes. Identify, compare and order angles. Identify lines of symmetry in 2-D shapes and complete a simple symmetric figure
  • Coordinates – describe positions on a 2-D grid, describe movements between positions and plot specified points
  • Handling data – interpret and present data. solve comparison, sum and difference problems using information presented

The children practise and develop oral and mental skills on a daily basis. It is very important that the children practise their times tables every day.

Science

Year 3 study the following subjects:

  • Plants
  • Rocks
  • Forces and magnets
  • LIght
  • Animals including humans

If you have any questions or concerns, please, in the first instance approach your child’s class teacher.
Thank you for your ongoing support,
The Year 3 Team
Downloads
Maths Presentation 2016