Year 3 2019 - 2020

Welcome to Year 3 in 2018-19.

We will use this page to share important information and keep families updated on events in year 3.

Mrs Chambers is the Assistant Headteacher for year 3.  

The Year 3 team is:


Miss Bennett


Miss Cumming


Ms Price/Miss Forster


Miss Mulheirn


Mr Thomas

Teaching Assistants: Miss Jones, Mrs Eaton, Mrs Riccardi, Mrs Gibson


Please see the files below for our parent presentation for the planned Year 4 residential trip to London in 2020. 


Roald Dahl Day

On 13th September Year 3 and 4 will be celebrating Roald Dahl Day. We will be visited by Willy Wonka himself (aka Tony Higginson) and Mrs Silver (aka Holly Bushnell)

The children will be immersed in fun and exciting activites all day celebrating the life of Roald Dahl and all his amazing children's books. Meanwhile Holly will be creating illustrations as the children work, in the style of Quentin Blake

Photos of our day will be published on our website


RESPECT and Behaviour

During this half term the children will be learning about the word RESILIENCE and what this means to them. They will be thinking about how they can use resilience to overcome difficulties and to help them to progress academically and socially. Each week the teachers will nominate one child that they have noticed being resilient. These children will be known as our ‘Learning Heroes’. They will receive a special certificate in assembly and will have their picture displayed on the wall. During the first week back at school the children have created class charters in which they discuss their own roles and responsibilities with regards to their behaviour and conduct in school. It has been a very positive way to start the school year with the children keen to follow their charters and stay in the positive behaviour zones.

This half term, the learning hero for Year 3 is Ezra Frech.







Year 3 Curriculum

Our Curriculum Map can be viewed by clicking on the link below.


Year 3 have started this half term recapping on nouns, adjectives and sentence structure through the book Dangerous by Time Warnes. Following on from ‘Dangerous’, we will be moving onto the beautiful ‘Firebird’ written by Saviour Pirotta and illustrated by Catherine Hyde. Firebird is retelling of the famous Russian folktale on which the Stravisnky ballet is based, and offers rich opportunities for character and setting descriptions. The half term will end with a study of the Limericks of Edward Lear.


This half term we will be unleashing our inner geologists and finding all about rocks and soils. Through scientific investigation, we will discover the different types of rock, how they are formed and how fossils are made. We will also be finding out exactly what soil is made of and asking the question ‘Is all soil the same?’


We will be taking a giant step back in time this half term into prehistory! We will discover what Britain was like during the Stone Age, the Bronze Age and the Iron Age; from housing, food and tools to learning all about the monumental Stonehenge.


The artists we will be studying this half term are the abstract expressionist artist Mark Rothko and fine artist Catherine Hyde. We will be creating abstract block artwork in the style of Mark Rothko, which will focus on primary colours and how to create secondary and tertiary colours. This will lead onto a more detailed piece of artwork based on Catherine Hyde’s work in the style of her Firebird illustrations.


We are excited to start French with year 3 this term. This half term we will be learning basic French greetings as well as learning numbers and days of the week. asking how somebody is, how old they are, and being able to explain when their birthday is.


Files to Download

Year 3: St George's News items

Tour of Britain 2019, by Mrs Walters

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