Welcome to Year 3
“The wisest mind has something yet to learn.” George Santayana
Y3 Class Teacher, Designated Safeguarding Lead, Science Coordinator, RQT mentor
Higher Level Teaching Assistant (HLTA)
Long Term Curriculum Overview
To find out more about our Year 3 curriculum, please look at the jigsaw below.Year 3 Long Term Curriculum Overview
Academic Year 2021/2022
Welcome back to school! I hope you’ve all had a great summer holiday and you’re ready for a fantastic year in Year 3. I’m so excited welcome you back and welcome you to Key Stage 2! I had a brilliant transition morning with you all, before the holidays and I’m looking forward to getting you know you all even more. I have some great topics planned for Year 3 so I hope you can start to look forward to your learning journeys ahead. I have heard such great things about you all and how you are such a great class to teach so I can’t wait to see that for myself! Keep a look out on this page at our learning journey and all the many exciting things we do.
Y3/4 Statutory Spelling List
Please encourage your children to practise these compulsory spellings, these are essential and should be practised alongside weekly spellings.Y3 & Y4 Statutory Spellings
At St Joseph’s, we are so grateful for the invaluable support that our parents and carers provide for our pupils. We know how well our families have been able to adapt to home learning so now that we can welcome all of our pupils back to school, we wanted to provide opportunities for our pupils to continue their learning at home, if they choose to. The homework given will prepare and support your child’s learning across the curriculum each half term. The homework tasks below are optional. If you would also like to read our homework policy, please follow the link below.Homework Policy 2020-22
To help you with your learning this half term, here are some optional homework tasks and resources/activities for you to complete. I can’t wait to see your work that you complete at home!
Resources/Activities to support your homework/learning
Make a time line of key events in prehistoric history. Consider the different time periods and how long these were when marking significant events on your time line. Don’t forget to write on the dates too, including B.C.Blank time line
Write a diary entry about the day in the life of a Stone Age person. What do you do? What do you eat? Where do you sleep? Click for information below about life in the Stone Age.BBC bitesize Life in the Stone Age Writing frames
Use power point, word or key note to create your own fact file about The Stone Age, Bronze Age or Iron Age. Can you include a title and subheadings?
Research life in prehistoric times. Make your own Stone Age tool, weapon, cooking pot or house. You might even use a shoe box to create your own cave setting.
Compare and contrast rocks and pebbles you can find in your garden. Can you sort them into groups? If you have any hula hoops you could use these as sorting hoops. Take a photo of what you did and explain why.
Stick post its all around the house with times tables on. As you pass them every day you need to say the answer.
To help you with your learning this half term, here are some optional homework tasks and resources/activities for you to complete. I can’t wait to see your work that you complete at home.
To help you with your learning this half term, here are some optional homework tasks and resources/activities for you to complete. I can’t wait to see your work that you complete at home.Spring 1 homework grid