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St Chad's Church of England Primary and Nursery School

Welcome to Year Three!

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Our teacher is Miss Adams and our brilliant teaching assistants are Mrs Plumb and Mrs Ellis. 

I hope you all had a fantastic Christmas break and are refreshed ready for a busy Spring Term!

Year 3 will start at 8:30am and finish at 2:50pm

This year, homework activities will be uploaded to Seesaw on a Friday to be completed the following Friday. Children will be given alternating pieces of Maths and English each week, and a set of spelling to learn ready to be tested on a Friday. Your child's login details for Seesaw will be included in their reading diaries, and if you have any trouble accessing this please do not hesitate to contact me. 

Remember, you should also be aiming to read everyday and don't forget to log into Timestable rockstars, Mathletics and Spelling Shed using the links below. The logins for these apps will be included in your child's reading diary. 

During the Spring Term, PE will take place Mondays inside on Wednesdays outside. Children will be required to come dressed in their PE kits on these days. As the weather can be unpredictable, please ensure that your child's kit is weather appropriate. 

Please make sure your child has a named water bottle in school each day and that all clothing is clearly labelled. 

Survival of the Fittest!

The focus for our topic this term will be the Stone Age to Iron Age!

We will consider how the changes from the Stone Age, Bronze Age and Iron Age.

We will also look at how people within the time period, built houses, gathered food and used weapons to survive and thrive. 

To find out more information about our topic, have a look at our topic web.

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Curriculum Information

In our English lessons, we will be starting our term with the book Winter's Child by Anegla McAllister. We will be using the book to develop our Fantasty writing using many of our Year 3 mastery keys.

This term in maths, we are going to focus on multiplication, division, measurement and statistics following the White Rose Mathematics Overview. 

To find out more information about the amazing work that we will be completing this year, have a look at the Topic Web below. 

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