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Year 3

Hello and welcome to our new Year 3 classes!


In Year 3 we are: Poplar class with Mrs Perks (LKS2 Phase Leader) and Laurel class with Miss Carvelho.  We are helped by Mrs Jenner, Miss Blanca and Mrs Choham, and Miss Holt. We are all delighted to be teaching your children this year and are very excited about all the new things we will be learning about!



Our image for this term is Marble bust of the Emperor Hadrian wearing military dress, and our topic will be the Romans which will have us learning about Roman Britain and the legacy the Romans left behind. We can’t wait to get started!

We have very high expectations of the children and look forward to getting to know them more. As a team, we are all dedicated to ensuring every child has the opportunity to make the progress that they are capable of.


AAt this stage of the year, the children will be working on their times tables, place value and addition and subtraction in Maths. In English, the children will be looking at a range of narratives and non-chronological reports.





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Dates for Your Diary

Here are some of the ways you can help your child at home:


• - Reading with your child everyday

•- Ensuring Maths homework is completed (1 page per week)

•- Practising weekly spellings

•- Practising times tables (in particular the 2s, 5s, 10s, 3s, 4s and 8s which they will should all know by this point in year 3)

•-Please ensure your children have their Times Tables Rockstars logins.

•- Practising cursive handwriting and neat presentation, especially in their homework books.


If you have any questions please speak to Mrs Perks or Miss Carvelho on the playground at the end of the day, or get in touch with the school office to arrange an appointment.


We are so excited for this next term with our year 3 classes!





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