Class Teacher: Mrs Cooper
Teaching Assistant: Mrs Smith
Our class saint is St. Therese of Lisieux, and we take our class motto from her.
"We must shine like lights: every small thing we do is important."
Year 3 is the start of Key Stage 2 and we will be studying many exciting topics this year. Working hard, being independent and trying your best will help you develop as a confident and positive learner.
Remember, it's ok to make mistakes, we learn from them!
This year, as you continue your journey of faith, you will make your First Confession and First Holy Communion.
It is still important for you to read at home every night. You will have a home reader from school, but you may also choose to read your own books from home. Remember to ask an adult to sign your reading record book each time you read. Any new words you come across or don't understand, please write in the boxes provided on each page of your reading diary. Don't forget to bring your books in every day as an adult will want to hear you read and hear the progress you are making.
At the bottom of this page, you will find a poster of a top 100 recommended reads for Year 3 children. I wonder how many you have read already?
Here are some of our routines:
Spellings and Maths homework will be given out on a Monday and tested on a Friday.
P.E. will take place on Tuesday and Friday for the first half of Autumn Term.
Please make sure you have your full P.E. kit with you every day.
Kits will be sent home each half term to be washed.
If you are unable to take part in a lesson, please ask Mum or Dad to pop a note in your Reading Diary.
Please remember to bring in a named water bottle and a healthy snack each day.
It is also a good idea to bring your coat in every day
Each half term, you will have a different focus for Maths facts that you need to learn off by heart. The aim is that you will know these facts instantly when asked! They need to be practised often!
Statutory spellings to learn in Year 3 each half term.