Meet the Team
3DCD: Mrs Dalziel, Miss Deasy and Miss Burke
3LBJ: Mrs Bevan-Jackson, Mrs Deary and Mrs Ahmed
Our Curriculum – 2020-21
Throughout this year we will be focusing on English Grammar, Punctuation and Spellings using both the Read, Write Inc and a wide range of quality texts linked to topics, these will provide our pupils with tailored opportunities to learn and practise these skills. In Maths we will be using ‘White Rose Hub’ to ensure all areas of Maths are covered and we are encouraging all children to learn the times tables.
In the Autumn term we are learning about Stone Age to the Iron Age, building an understanding of how people and animals survived. In Spring we find out about the Volcanoes; comparing how things move on different surfaces and noticing the forces needed between two objects. In Summer we explore different artists with a focus on plants, comparing different art techniques and then making our own unique pieces!
The Year 3 Science topics will expand children knowledge and encourage them to explore further. We learn about humans, plants, light, magnets, forces and rocks.
Home learning expectations
Home learning will be available on Seesaw and your child will receive their own login details .If home schooling becomes necessary then learning will be on Seesaw as well.
Please encourage your child to read as much as possible at home and please read with at least twice a week and sign their reading record. We will check the record each week.
Your child will receive new spellings every Tuesday and tested in school the following Tuesday.
3DCD – Thursday (indoor) Wednesday (outdoor)
3LBJ- Wednesday(indoor) Friday (outdoor)
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