In Year Three, we cover all 11 National Curriculum subjects: Maths, English, Guided Reading, Grammar and spelling, Science, Information and Communication Technology, History, Geography, Art and Design, Design and Technology, French, PE and PSHE. Once.a week, children benefit from Swimming lessons taught by specialists. We also learn the recorder in Spring and Summer terms. We link subjects in our projects, which include Egyptians, the Stone Age and Plants.
Click on the Curriculum Statement to see what we are focussing on this term.
Curriculum Statement Autumn 1 – 2022
Our writing gives the children an opportunity to practise and apply their grammar skills and is frequently linked to our History, Geography, RE, Science or a school project.
We have Guided Reading lessons three times each week where we focus on a skill using our class book or comprehension. We benefit from reading volunteers who read with children on an individual basis. Home link books are sent between home and school to enable parents to record home reading. It is expected that children read at home at least five times each week. The home learning books are checked weekly.
Spellings are taught discretely, revised every day and are tested every Thursday. Spelling lists are issued on a half-termly basis and include common exception words and spelling patterns.
Maths is taught in Hubs meaning that children all learn the same Curriculum but at a different pace or with more adult support. We consolidate our 2,5 and 10 times tables whilst learning the 3s, 4s and 8s also. At home, telling the time, using money, practical measure and times table practise are useful to support school learning.
Home learning includes daily times tables and spelling practise using Times Tables Rock Stars and Spelling Shed or a preferred method and reading at least 5 times a week.
Teacher – Mrs K Graham
Teacher – Mrs K Dickinson
Teaching Assistant – Mrs McGuire
Teaching Assistants 1-1
Mrs Druce and Mrs Maton
Swimming Teacher – Mrs Dunkerley
Mrs Bedford and Mrs Graham (Poolside)