Welcome to Year 3!
Our Year 3 teachers are Mrs Collins, Mrs Coyle and Mr Kendrick
Our Year 3 Teaching Assistant is Mrs Bland
Year 3 Learning Links
These are generally good sites for your children to explore and to research different topics.
- Oxford Owl
- National Geographic kids
- BBC Bitesize
Please see our Curriculum Map 2021-22 below:
Please see above for our Grand Spell for Autumn 1.
Some of our Grand spellers from last year.
Having fun at the Crocky Trail!
PE Lessons and Kit
Our PE lessons are as follows:
Y3C - Monday and Wednesday
Y3L - Tuesday and Wednesday
On these days, the children should come to school in the PE kit, which consists of white t-shirt, black shorts/joggers and dark trainers/pumps.
Please ensure your child is wearing appropriate footwear..
Children will be given homework on Fridays; homework will focus on the week's learning. Children will also take part in 'The Grand Spell' each week; learning a number of different spelling rules. Results will be posted every Friday on our class Dojo page.
Children should be reading for a minimum of 10 minutes every night. We recommend no more than 20 - 30 minutes per night with additional time set aside for your child to read. If you have any concerns about your child's homework please come and speak to Mrs Coyle or Mrs Collins.
Can you please check the website and Class Dojo regularly as there will be updates on them both when we get them.
Throughout the Year, children will be taking part in masses and services, to mark both their Sacrament of Reconciliation and Holly Communion. As part of their Sacramental journey, the children will be required to attend some Sunday masses throughout the year. Dates to follow.
Remember to read every night! We have some fantastic challenges and events happening this Autumn!
In Maths, we will be looking at Number and Place Value, and developing our understanding of Hundreds, Tens, and Ones. We use lots of practical equipment to support our understanding and continue to revise our Y2 skills throughout our sessions.
Our topic for in RE is '. We think about what it's like to be part of God's great family and His vision for each family on earth. As part of our RSE programme, we follow the Ten:Ten programme.
This Autumn, we will revising lots of the punctuation and skills taught in Year 2. We will be using some great books, including, 'Stay' and and 'Lizzie and the Birds', to produce letters and diaries. We will also be focussing on developing a fluent and joined style of writing.
Culcheth Lane, Manchester, Lancashire M40 1LU
0161 681 2779