Christ The King RC Primary School


Year 3

Welcome to Year 3!

Meet the Staff

Year 3K Teachers: Mr Kendrick
Year 3C Teacher: Mrs Coyle
Teaching Assistant: Mrs Kelly 

We are also supported by Mr Walsh and Mrs Gallimore

Sacramental Programme 2023-2024

Many children in Year 3 will take part in the Sacraments of Reconciliation and the Sacrament of the Holy Eucharist this year. The next stage of our Sacramental programme is the Feast of Christ the King.

Please scan the QR code to view our Harvest Mass celebration from October!



What We Are Learning About - Autumn 2


“Trust in the Lord with all your heart; and do not depend on your own understanding. Seek his

will in all you do and he will show you which path to take.” 

Proverbs 3:5-6


In Religion, through the topic of Baptism the children will understand that through the sacrament we all called to a new way of life. We welcomed and initiated into the Catholic church and then become apart of God's family. We especially consider the promises and commitments that are made during Baptism. 

Our sacramental programme continues in November as we celebrate the feast of Christ the King.



In Maths, we will be looking a Addition and Subtraction. In Year 2, children learnt to add and subtract two 2-digit numbers, including with exchanges. Throughout this block children build on that knowledge, working towards adding and subtracting 2-digit and 3-digit numbers with exchanges.

Useful Maths Websites:      

Woodlands Resources

Mad 4 Maths

Primary Games Arena

Every School



In English, we will be looking at the book 'Stone Age Boy'. This is closely linked to our History topic which is about the Stone Age. The children will learn about what life was like during the Stone Age through this exciting texts. The children will learn about paragraphing, characterisation and further revision of punctuation. We will write a letter of thanks in character.  

Useful English Websites:

BBC Bitesize


Woodlands Resources


ICT Games

Oxford Owl

Free Kids Books 



In Science, the children will work scientifically on a variety of quick investigations and longer tasks to learn about rocks. This topic covers the properties and uses of rocks, the rock family, soils and finally fossils. 


In History, the children will explore how life changed for people during different periods of the Stone Age, including the Early, Middle and New Stone Ages. They will cover why the period was called the Stone Age, and what archaeological evidence there is from the period, particularly in the form of artefacts and monuments. The main focus will be on the New Stone Age and how that contrasts with the earlier periods.

What You Need to Know

Please send your child in their PE kit on the days they do PE. For Y3K this will be on a Monday and a Thursday. For Y3C it will be on a Monday and a Wednesday.

PE kit is a plain white t-shirt with dark trainers or pumps, and blue or black shorts. Plain black or blue tracksuit bottoms may be worn in the winter.

Homework will be given on Fridays to reflect the week’s learning, in Maths, spellings and handwriting. We recommend spending no more than 20 - 30 minutes on homework per night. Children will also practise spellings and take part in the Grand Spell each week. 


Please check this page regularly as we will be posting updates on there as well as the school website.

Please make sure that aside from completing homework, your child is reading for a minimum of 10 minutes every night. If you have any concerns about your child’s homework, please speak to Mrs Coyle or Mr Kendrick


Book changing days:

Y3C - Mondays and Thursdays

Y3K - Mondays and Thursdays 

Below are our knowledge organisers for Spring term 1.

Below is our Grand Spell list for Spring term 1.

Culcheth Lane, Manchester, Lancashire M40 1LU

0161 681 2779
For telephone enquiries please ask for Mrs Potter.
At point of contact, enquires and queries will be dealt with by Mrs. Potter.
For a paper copy of any information on this website, please contact the school office.
SEN enquiries will be passed on to the school SENDCo Mrs Holroyd.