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Year 3

While school is closed, 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.

We will be setting daily assignments, on google classroom, for the children to do.


Remember to log in every day and try to complete these tasks!

Welcome to the Year 3 page


The teachers in Year 3 are:         Miss Goldsmith 3G and Miss Bullock 3B


This term we are having PE on Monday and Friday.

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


Some children are given spellings to learn on Monday for a test on Friday. 

Could you please help your child to learn them.


The children are given Maths homework on a Friday. Could you please help them to complete it.

The children get Dojo points for the homework they bring back to school.


We are encouraging the children to bring water bottles to school so that they can keep hydrated throughout the day.


Curriculum Intent

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

Curriculum Implementation


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

All About Me

Performance Poetry


Was Tutankhamen killed?

Ottoline and the Yellow Cat

Boudicca - Heroine or Villain?

Playing With Words


Place value

Missing numbers

More than less than

Addition and Subtraction

Multiplication and Division





Analogue 12 and 24 hour time including Roman numerals

Multiplication and division facts for 3, 4 and 8 times tables


2D and 3D shapes

Right Angles and quarter, half and full turns

Horizontal, vertical, perpendicular and parallel lines

 Interpreting and presenting data using bar charts, pictograms and tables


Rocks and Soils


Food and Our Bodies



Plants - How does your garden grow?


Van Gogh - line, texture, light and shade


India Art



Plant Art


We are Exhibition Designers - levers, linkage and popups


We are exhibition designers



Food Technology


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


Charanga - Let Your Spirit Fly

Christmas songs

Charanga - Glockenspiels 1 Charanga - Reflect, Rewind and Replay

Being Me in My World

Celebrating Difference

Dreams and Goals

Healthy Me


Changing Me

RE What is the Bible and why is it important for Christians? Jewish Celebrations Sikh Rites of Passage


    Although we are not in school at the moment, nothing will stop             Year 3 from working extremely hard at home!

Well done to Bobbi (3G) and Zara (3B) for practising their maths basic skills at home! Miss Goldsmith and Miss Bullock are very proud!

Well done to Bobbi (3G) and Zara (3B) for practising their maths basic skills at home! Miss Goldsmith and Miss Bullock are very proud! 1
Well done to Bobbi (3G) and Zara (3B) for practising their maths basic skills at home! Miss Goldsmith and Miss Bullock are very proud! 2

The children in Year 3 are very independent. Look at this fantastic work by Rahin Azari (3G).Wonderful research on our Georgraphy topic during home learning. 

'We Are Presenters' is our topic in Computing, this half term.

Well done to Ella (3B) who has watched Part 1 of

'Behind the Scenes of Shaun the Sheep the Movie'

This is what she thinks sheep do, when we aren't looking.

Picture 1