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Year 3


'Always awesome, achieving together.'




Hello and welcome to Year 3!


Mr Nicholls, Mrs Bradbury, Mrs Lemon, Miss Haycox and Mrs Whiston are all looking forward to an exciting year ahead! We are so proud of how well you have all settled into your new classes and hope you have enjoyed the first few weeks back. On this webpage you will find everything you need for life in Year 3. We aim to update as regularly as possible with key information that you will find useful this year. Stay tuned for more exciting updates.....

Information if you are working from home whilst awaiting a PCR result.

Please log in to your Google Classroom account to access work ideas whilst awaiting a PCR result. Look for a folder called 'PCR - Remote Learning'. Your teachers have uploaded some learning resources you can work through if you feel well enough to do so.  Aim to select one resource from at least three to four subject areas a day.  Remember, you also have your Recommended Read and Oxford Reading Tree book to read at home.  Try to watch Newsround everyday too please if you have access to the internet and permission from your parent/guardian - 


Information for if you are working from home after a positive PCR result.


Please log in to your Google Classroom account to access your work each day if are you working from home due to a COVID-related absence and are well enough to do so. Your teachers will have uploaded any learning resources you will need.  Please contact your year group email  if you have any questions related to the work. Thank you. 

Autumn 1 - L.S. Lowry 

Art transition 


During transition, we studied the artist L.S. Lowry. When we came to school, our room was turned into a gallery of some of his most famous works. We completed an artist appreciation sheet where we discussed what we liked about his paintings and how they made us feel. Learning about Lowry’s life was interesting and we discovered some fascinating facts and funny little stories. Finally, we created our own replica pieces of artwork based on one of his paintings using pencils to copy his style and form.

Autumn 1 - Tribal Tales

We have all had lots of fun over the past few weeks! First of all, there was some very strange activity around our Year 3 classrooms. All three classes received a stone addressed to them, covered in strange markings but nobody knew where they had come from! The mystery still remains but it gave us a wonderful start to our first topic, 'Tribal Tales'. We can't wait to learn more about this fascinating era of history and will be posting some examples of our very own cave paintings after half term.

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