Welcome to Year 3!
The staff in Year 3 are:
Miss Ludgate 3L
Mrs Relph 3R
Click here to access the information presented at the welcome meeting.
Please make sure all PE kits and uniform are labelled.
Homework and PE Timetable:
Each reading group has their own set day for their reading books to be changed but they can be returned more frequently if required.
|Spellings given out||P.E.||Spellings to be returned and tested|
|Homework due in||Homework given out|
If your child has misplaced their spelling homework please see the current spellings below:
|Mrs Relph||Miss Ludgate||Mrs McGinn||Senor Pena|
Year 3 news...
Year 3 have been working hard to learn the Spanish months of the year. How do we sound?
We have been using a number line to help make sensible estimations.
Save the Children Christmas Jumper Day
On Friday 13th December we wore Christmas jumpers to help raise money for Save the Children. Here are some pictures of the fluffy, funny and colourful jumpers we wore!
Year 3 and Year 6 reading buddies met to learn about two influential people in history Dr Thomas and John Barnardo.
We have been very busy in Maths adding three digit numbers together. Take a look at what we have been learning!
P4C lesson on War
We listened to ‘Pipes of Peace’ by Paul McCartney and discussed what the lyrics meant. We then formed questions that we wondered about war and chose one to discuss as a class.
We went on a trip to Royden Park to find out about the local environment.
Well Being Day
On Thursday 24th November, we celebrated ‘Well Being Day’. Year groups carried out various activities throughout the day. Some of us had the opportunity to take part in peer massage- this was very relaxing! Others participated in Lego Therapy, which we loved! One class even had a karaoke session- this made us feel GREAT! Thank you Mrs Porter for our wonderful yoga session. It was a relaxing and lovely day at Mersey Park. We loved coming into school in our comfy slippers!
Mad Hat Day
We have been raising money for our local charity ‘Claire House’. The children were given the opportunity to come to school in a funny hat for just £1. There were lots of prizes given out for the funniest and most wild hats. Mersey Park you are looking fabulous!
The Vocabulary Parade has been a fun way to celebrate our love of wonderful words and varied vocabulary. Lots of children in KS2 have put lots of effort into making their costumes for the Vocabulary Parade. Can you guess which word each child has dressed up as?