Welcome to Year Three.
Welcome back to the summer term! Below you will find out information about what the class are up to and any events.
Here is our Autumn Newsletter where you can find out information for the term ahead.
Here is our Autumn Curriculum map which has an outline of the topics being taught.
Here is The Stone Age Homework.
Homework and Spellings
Homework will be given out every Thursday to be returned the following Tuesday. Homework consists of some required work and some optional. If required pieces are not complete or homework is not handed in it will be completed during breaktimes.
Spelling tests will be carried out on Thursdays. It is important that your child practises their spellings at home so they can improve through the year.
Times Tables are of great importance in year 3 and 4. By the end of year 4 they should know all up to 12x so progress needs to be made straight away. Their homework will have specific ones to work on in order to best achieve the required aim.
Please feel free to get in touch if you have any questions regarding expectations for home reading/homework or anything else.
I hope you and your child have a great year and I am looking forward to working with you both.
Year 3—Celebrating Easter & Pentecost
“God’s Self-Revelation is perfected in us by the Holy Spirit, the Spirit of truth, promised by Jesus and revealed at Pentecost.”
Religious Education Curriculum Directory
Year 3 will learn that God the Father raised Jesus from the dead on Easter Sunday. They will learn that because Jesus rose from the dead we too will rise from the dead. They will hear the story of the appearance of Jesus on the road to Emmaus and to Thomas. They will also hear and reflect on the story of the coming of the Holy Spirit at Pentecost.
You could help your children by:
• talking to them about how the Church celebrates the resurrection
• reading the story of Pentecost with them
• discussing with them what they would have felt if they were one of the Disciples
Here are some fun websites to go on at home: