Welcome to Year 3!
Year 3 teachers are Mr Fitzpatrick, Mrs Coyle, Mrs Collins,
Mr Russell and Mrs Kelly.
Throughout this half term the children will be learning about the Stone Age. We will be reading the book Stone Age Boy and learning lots of interesting facts about the time period. We even have a special visitor coming in to show us some real life Stone Age tools and weapons.
Throughout this half term the children in Year 3 will be learning about money and fractions. Remember to keep practising your times
Here are a few links to some useful websites that Year 3 are familiar with and can use at home;
Year 3 Sacramental Programme
As a Diocesan school Christ the King participates in the ‘Sacramental Programme’ each year. During the year the Sacraments of Reconciliation and the Holy Eucharist will be celebrated. Once the children have completed this journey they become full members of the Catholic Church. During the course of the year a series of meetings, celebrations and masses will take place for you and your child. A key element of the programme is that the home, school and parish work together to enable your child to grow in the understanding of faith and how to live it. Each part of the programme is important as it forms part of the child’s experience of God and stays with them for the rest of their lives. We try to make this a positive and worthwhile experience and want parents to play a full and active role in their child’s preparation. You will be informed regularly about times and dates of meetings, masses and celebrations. The Wednesday Word is sent home from school every week and is an excellent resource to share Jesus’ stories through the Gospels.
We ask you four support throughout the childrens' Sacramental journey. Our first will be the mass, celebrating Harvest, will be held on Sunday 15th October 11.30am.
Sacrament of Reconciliation
During this sacrament you confess your sins to God. God knows what sins you have committed and will commit but with this sacrament, you are aware of those sins. When we go to Confession or Reconciliation we are receiving graces from God to make it easier not to sin again. We should receive this sacrament as often as possible.
First Holy Communion
The Sacrament of the Holy Eucharist is when Jesus is with us in the bread and wine. Through prayers, by asking the Holy Spirit to come upon the gifts, (the bread and wine), the bread and wine become the Body and Blood of Jesus. Only a priest can do this. We believe that God is in the Eucharistic bread and wine so they should be adored and honored. Christ is present in both the bread and wine, so we don’t have to have both. Usually we receive the bread. We should receive this sacrament each week.
Important Dates 2018-2019
Wed 17th - First Sacramental Programme meeting 3.15pm
Sun 21st - Y3 Harvest Mass 11.30am
Sun 25th - Feast of Christ the King Mass 11.30am
Wed 5th - Y3 Parents' Meeting Reconciliation 3.15pm
Tues 11th - Y3 Sacrament of Reconciliation 6.30pm
Sun 3rd - Y3 Presentation Mass 11.30am
Wed 1st - Parents Meeting 3.15pm
Sun 5th - Crowning of Our Lady Mass 11.30am
Sat 11th - First Communion (Mrs Coyle's) 11.00am
Sat 18th - First Communion (Mr Fitzpatrick's) 11.00am
Staff involved in the Sacramental Programme
- Father Denneny
- Mr Fitzpatrick
- Mrs Coyle
- Mrs Kelly
- Mr Russell
- Mrs Harris
If you have any questions with regard to the Sacramental Programme please contact the class teachers.