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Year 3

Welcome to the Year 3 page



Could you please make sure your child has their PE kit on PE days.


The children will have homework to complete on Google Classroom, TT Rockstars, MyMaths, Bug Club and Mirodo. Please make sure your children have all of the passwords they need at home.


Curriculum Intent

We want our Year 3 children to be open minded, independent, respectful, resilient, active, creative and forward thinking.


Autumn Term

Spring Term

Summer Term


Where would you like to live?


All About Me

Shape Poems


How Far Would I Go To Look Cool?

Dragon Slayer

Performance Poetry


Was Tutankhamen killed?

Ottoline and the Yellow Cat

Chat Show Challenge

Playing With Words




Place value

Addition and Subtraction

Multiplication and Division


Fractions linked to division 

Measure the perimeter of 2D shapes



Continuous objectives- revisit previous learning



Rocks and Soils

Forces and Magnets

Animals Including Humans
Food and Our Bodies




Van Gogh 

Indian Art

Plant Art


We are Pop Up Designers

We are Jamaican Food Designers

We are Textile Designers


What was new about the New Stone Age?

How unpleasant were the Bronze and Iron Ages?

How much did the Ancient Egyptians achieve?


Where on Earth are we?

Can the Earth shake, rattle and roll?

Do we like to live beside the seaside?


REAL PE - Skills

Agility, Balance, Co-ordination, Power, Reaction time, Speed


P.E. Batting and Fielding


Bowling, Batting, Catching and Fielding


Name, age, feelings, where you live Numbers 1 – 10 (in and out of sequence, add) Body parts Colours

Days of the week and months

Odd and even numbers to 31

Animal nouns

Personal questions

Sports and Opinions

Random order/backward numbers


We are Programmers

We are Debuggers

We are Presenters

We are Vloggers

We are Opinion Pollsters


Enjoying Improvisation
What Stories Does Music Tell Us About The Past?

Three Little Birds

Reflect, Rewind and Replay


Being Me in My World

Celebrating Difference

Dreams and Goals

Healthy Me


Changing Me


L2.6 Why do some people think that life is like a journey and what significant experiences mark this? 

Christians, Hindus or Jewish people

 L2.7 What does it mean to be Christian in Britain today?   Christians

L2.2 Why is the Bible so important for Christians today?



L2.1 What do different people believe about God? 

Hindus - compare with Christians,  and Muslims

L2.4 Why do people pray?

Christians, Hindus and Muslims 


Being Me in My World

Democracy, Rule of Law, Individual Liberty, Mutual Respect, Tolerance of those of diff. faiths & beliefs

Celebrating Difference

Democracy, Rule of Law, Individual Liberty, Mutual Respect, Tolerance of those of diff. faiths & beliefs

Dreams & Goals

Individual Liberty, Mutual Respect, Tolerance of those of diff. faiths & beliefs

Healthy Me

Rule of Law, Individual Liberty, Mutual Respect, Tolerance of those of diff. faiths & beliefs


Democracy, Rule of Law, Individual Liberty, Mutual Respect, Tolerance of those of diff. faiths & beliefs

Changing Me

Individual Liberty, Mutual Respect, Tolerance of those of diff. faiths & beliefs


Spanish Day in Year 3 - Chile

We read fact and fiction books about Chile.

Year 3/4 Dodgeball Competition

We enjoyed working as a team to build our skeleton and label the bones.

We made these 3D elephants in our Indian Art topic.

We enjoyed dressing up for Culture Day. It was fascinating because we all learnt something new about another culture.

We enjoyed dressing up as our favourite characters for World Book Day.

Reading for Pleasure


Does the size of a magnet affect how strong it is?

We have been looking at comparative and fair testing in our science lessons. We made sure our investigation was fair by using the same amount of paperclips and repeating our test to make sure our results were accurate.

We predicted that the large horseshoe magnet would be the strongest magnet but we were surprised to discover the ring magnet was the strongest!

We went on a hunt around our school grounds to see what rocks we could find. We explored the texture of rocks and thought of different adjectives to describe rocks.


We loved decorating our Indian elephants after learning all about the Indian elephant festival Hastimangala!

We are really proud of our writing in Year 3!

Performing in Year 3!

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You may wish to contact Miss Bullock

or Miss Goldsmith about an educational issue.


          Miss Bullock can be contacted at


Miss Goldsmith can be contacted at


We will do our best to answer any questions you may have.



Teachers from year 4 Yard take their children down first and return last.


Sanitiser will be available before and after break time.


Daily Structure Y3/4 Quarter


8.45 entrance through main gate, met by SMT/Mentor, guided to stairs by LSO, hand gel applied, keep to left up stairs on way to class.



10.30 playtime:

Y4 on far yard first with either Y4 teacher or Y4 LSO

Y3 on near yard with either Y3 teacher or Y3 LSO

Y3 back first followed by Y4


Children hand gelled on way out and back


Children keep to left in way back to Y3


Same routine at lunchtime


Children get half hour out and half hour in having lunch


Y3 leave at 3.10

Y4 leave at 3.20


LSO hand gelling on way out


Children stay with adult until SMT let them leave



Parents guide for using IDL at home

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Thank You!