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Welcome to Year 3 's Class Page! We hope you enjoy taking a look at all the amazing learning we are doing and take the time to read the useful information on here!

TTRS Year 3 Tournament: 1st December - 7th December


We’re asking Year 3 children to take part in the Times Table Rock Stars to help their class win a mini tournament against Year 4 taking place between 1st December and 7th December.


It’s a great way for children to improve their times table fluency and gain points for their class.


Make sure your child takes part to help their House win the challenge. All children have their own logins for Times Table Rock Stars, if you need a reminder of their login, please email the school office at


Get logging onto Times Tables Rock Star and GOOD LUCK! (

Welcome to Year 3!


Welcome to an exciting year of learning and growth in Year 3! Year 3 marks the beginning of KS2, which means the children will be starting to work more independently on a variety of exciting and fun themes. We are thrilled to have you as part of our class, and we can't wait to embark on a journey of discovery and achievement together.


Meet Your Teachers:

  • Mr. Elliot: Class Teacher
  • Mrs. Wood: Class Support (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday mornings)
  • Mrs. Questa: Class Support (Thursday mornings)
  • Mrs Meek: HLTA (Monday and Tuesday afternoons)



                                   Mr Elliot                                     Mrs Wood                               Mrs Questa

Curriculum Overview:

In Year 3, we will explore a variety of subjects and engage in hands-on activities that will spark your curiosity and help you develop new skills. Our curriculum includes:


  • English: We will dive into captivating stories, improve our reading and writing skills, and explore creative ways to express ourselves through words.

  • Mathematics: Get ready to solve exciting math puzzles, learn new concepts, and develop a strong foundation in maths.

  • Science: Discover the wonders of the natural world through interactive experiments and investigations.

  • History and Geography: Travel through time and space as we learn about past civilizations and explore the diverse landscapes of our planet.

  • Art and Design: Unleash your creativity through various art projects that encourage self-expression and imagination.

  • Physical Education: Stay active and healthy with fun sports and activities that promote teamwork and physical fitness.




We have high expectations for each child in Year 3. We believe in creating a positive and respectful classroom environment where everyone feels valued and supported. Here's what we expect from our children:


  • Respect: Treat classmates, teachers, and staff with kindness and consideration.
  • Engagement: Participate actively in class discussions and activities, showing a willingness to learn and ask questions.
  • Effort: Always give your best effort and strive for continuous improvement.


Working Together:


We are committed to working as a team – students, teachers, and parents – to ensure every child reaches their full potential. Regular communication is essential. If you have any questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to reach out. You can arrange a meeting by contacting the school office at


We're looking forward to a fantastic year ahead, filled with growth, laughter, and learning. Let's make Year 3 an unforgettable experience together!


Warm regards,

Mr. Elliot and the Year 3 Team

Upcoming Events:

Monday 13th November - Start of Anti-Bulling week. Odd socks day.

Wednesday 15th November - Parent Consultation Evening [1]

Thursday 16th November - Parent Consultation Evening [2]

Friday 17th November - Children In Need

Tuesday 21st November - Year 3 Parent Open Morning

Friday 8th December - Christmas Jumper Day

Wednesday 13th December - Key Stage Two Christmas Performances (2-3pm & 6.30pm-7.30pm)




How can I help my child in Year 3?


Practise weekly spellings

You can support your child at home by helping them to learn their all-important weekly spellings — these are tested once a week.


Continue reading

Reading is key this year and there are plenty of ways you can help. It is still important to listen to your child read regularly. Ask questions about what they’re reading. This will encourage your child to think deeply about their reading, whether they’re reading aloud or independently. A fun way to encourage expression is to use silly voices – and even to make the occasional deliberate mistake – as allowing your child to correct you helps them to see why certain punctuation changes the way we read aloud.


Diversify their reading

Give your child access to as many different styles of writing as you can. This will assist with their reading fluency and expand their vocabulary and knowledge. 


Practise maths

In maths, you can support your child at home by practising the relevant times tables (3, 4, and 8 times tables – as well as the 2, 5, and 10 times tables from Year 1 and 2) regularly. This can be done in many ways and different children respond to different styles.



Please ensure that your child comes to school in their school PE uniform on their designated day. This year PE will be on a Wednesday and Thursday.