Year 3 Information

  • Mrs Charis Hughes

    Class Teacher/Music and PSHCE Lead

  • Mrs Samira Souyad

    Teaching Assistant and EAL Learning Support

  • Miss Megan Moore

    1:1 Learning Support Assistant

  • Miss Rachel Chilcott

    Class Teacher

  • Mrs Yulia Weir

    1:1 Learning Support Assistant

Welcome to Year 3's class page. In Year 3, Mrs Hughes teaches Mondays, Tuesdays and alternate Wednesdays. Miss Chilcott teaches Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. The Teaching Assistant that helps with our learning is Mrs Souyad. We also have Miss Moore and Mrs Weir who work one to one with a child, as well as Mrs Bland who also works with different children throughout the week.
PE Days
Our PE days on Tuesday (swimming) and Thursday, but please ensure your child has the correct PE kit in school every day.  During the summer term we may be doing extra PE sessions as there are many events.
Home Learning
Home learning is set on a Friday and due back the following Wednesday. We set English and Maths, with the expectation that children will also be learning spellings from their Year 3 and 4 spelling list using their spellings zappers. Over holidays, the children may be set more practical tasks linked to their topic. The children are also expected to read for at least 20 minutes a day, and then reflect on their reading in their own reading diaries.  You can find the home learning task for each week on our Summer term page.
Half termly Newsletters
Curriculum Overviews
Please support and encourage your child to learn their Year 3 and 4 spellings. A list of the spellings can be downloaded below. There is also a copy of the Year 1 and 2 words to support consolidation of their knowledge. There is also a range of strategies to support the learning of these (please see below).
Thank you for your support in your child's learning :)
Word Activities to have fun with at home
We have added some fun word activities to have a go with your child at home.These games can be played in a spare 5 minutes. They are specifically developed to make some of the skills of writing explicit. The essential idea is to play the game again and again so that the children become ‘fluent’ at it and really develop the skills that lie behind it. Skills covered are: developing vocabulary, usual words in unusual combinations, expanding an idea and developing the imagination. 
Support and advice for parents
Please find below information and advice that can support you in helping your child with reading and writing. These are useful documents which will allow you to support your child at home by continuing their learning from class.