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Year 3

  Welcome 3AR & 3TH to the Year 3 page  

Please find below general information for your child in Year 3. 




PE days for both classes are on a Monday and Wednesday. Please provide your child with kit suitable for both indoor and outdoor sessions. This term our Monday sessions will be with the Carlisle United coaches!




Reading - The children are expected to read at least three times a week. All children have been given a bookmark which contains useful questions that can be used at home to deepen their understanding of their chosen text.

All children are expected to change their own books in school once they have finished.


Maths - The children need to access TT Rock stars and complete at least 30 minutes at home each week. All children have now been provided with their login details. There will also be work set each week on MyMaths that will be an extension of the work they have been doing in class.


Spelling - The children will be given a new spellings list to practise every Monday. They will be taught a new spelling pattern  during our daily sessions in school. They will then practise words (including these patterns) and a selection of our Year 3 words at home which will be tested in school every Friday. 

Thank you for your support

Mrs Reed, Mrs Townsend, Mrs Hill, Miss Martin and Mrs Hodgson
The Year 3 Team




All ready for Christmas dinner day

3AW have had a great time making volcanoes 🌋

Fantastic English Work by 3AW

Primary Stars

Fossil making in 3AW

Year 3 have been busy preparing for Advent.

We have been using our imaginations to visit an active volcano 🌋 This helped us write some super poetry about Mount Vesuvius erupting in 79AD.

Super art work from 3AW

Enjoying our new science topic by making chocolate rocks

3AW had a great time at Tullie House finding out all about the Stone Age.

Year 3 are proud to share their Harvest Assembly

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Some more super Science


Year 3 have been looking at representing numbers in different ways

Super science work