Don't forget to email us pictures of the children reading in unusual places.
The Year 3 Star of the Week is Sam Barham.
The Year 3 Pride of the Week is Sophie for an excellent Book Review. Next week we are looking for children who are super singers. The children in Year 3 think of a focus for the Pride Award each week.
Congratulations to Ollie and Ava who have been voted Year 3 School Councillors. We are sure that they will do a great job. Well done to you both.
Mrs Mayer, Mrs Ackroyd, Mrs Tipping and Mrs Roberts welcome you to year 3.
If you have any questions please do not hesitate to ask one of us.
You can email the class teacher directly by using
During Term 1 the children will be learning about life during the Stone Age. They will be encouraged to ask questions that develop their thinking skills and apply this to their learning. Thank you to all the children who have added resources to our theme table this term.
Above you can see how the theme table is coming along. If your child has chosen this as their home learning project then they need to make or bring something in linked to the Stone Age.
Please enjoy the slideshow that shows us in action!
Term 2 is called Food Fiasco which was named by the children. We will be learning about where food comes from and how it moves through our bodies. Thank you to all the children who have contributed to the new theme table.
Term 3 is all about the Legacy left behind by the Romans. The children are all enthusiastic about learning what life was like then. We look forward to listening to our Guest Speaker during the term.
Term 4 will focus on looking at different settlements and how they change over time. The children will be studying different types of rocks and looking at their properties. We are also looking forward to the Year 3 and 4 production 'A Bee Musical' so will be rehearsing hard. If your child has chosen this term for their home learning project you should have received a letter and we look forward to seeing their contribution.
During the summer Year 3 are learning to play the ukulele whichever is provided by the music service in Lincolnshire. Parents, family and friends are welcome to join the school on Wednesday 18th July at 10.10am in the school hall when Year 3 will be performing the Ukulele.
Homework is handed out on a Friday and will need to be back in school the following Wednesday.
Spelling tests will be a Friday.
Please click below for Year 3 recommended reading list.
Please click on the link below to view important information about Year 3 routines and Educational Visits for the academic year.
Click to see our Curriculum Plan for each term
Term 1: Origins of Man
Term 2: Food Fiasco
Term 4: Settlements
Please make sure full PE kits are in school all week.
Homework is handed out every Friday and is due in the following Wednesday. Spelling tests will usually be on a Friday morning.
Remember to keep reading at home and record it in your reading diary.
The spelling list for years 3 and 4 can be found here.
For a full list of spelling rules and key words from year 1 to year 6, click here.
Year 3 had a great day designing a Rangoli pattern and Hindu dancing. This has supported the children's learning on Hinduism.
Year 3 had an excitingly morning learning how to play sit down volleyball with Paralympic athlete Carl Blackman.
Year 3 enjoyed a visit to Snipedales where we were able to study a source of a river.
Year 3 have been excited to learn a new sport at school! Archery is great fun.