Welcome Back Year 3!
We've had a brilliant start to term and Year 3 have adjusted well to being back in school after a long time away!
This term we are learning about life in the Stone Age. We are learning when this happened in history, how they lived, comparing their lives to ours and seeing how things developed into the Bronze Age and Iron Age.
At the moment, we are all getting used to school being a bit different, but the children have adapted so well. I am looking forward to a brilliant year ahead with so much to look forward to!
Mr De Marco
Meet the Teacher meeting!
A huge thank you to everyone who was able to attend the Zoom meeting. Please find below the presentation that was shared as well as some key resources mentioned during the meeting.
Home learning information
This week, the children will choose library books and be given a reading book. Children should be reading every day if possible, including regularly reading to an adult. We will be aiming to find the right level book for each child. Please write comments and questions in your child's reading record. Children can change their books every day. Returned books will be isolated for at least 72 hours before being made available again.
Weekly spelling lists will start in the next couple of weeks. Children will bring home 10 words to learn every Monday and be tested the following Monday.
At the moment, we are reinforcing the 2x, 5x and 10x tables learned in Year 2 but soon we will start looking at the Year 3 times tables which are 3x, 4x and 8x (while keeping the others fresh too).
At the current time, there will be fewer opportunities to communicate in person, so feel free to contact me at:
I will aim to reply as quickly as I can between 8.30-4.30pm Monday to Friday.
Maths for the able child
If your child needs more challenge we recommend the challenges from https://nrich.maths.org/
Click on the primary tab and search for a challenge on an appropriate theme e.g. addition, fractions, symmetry.
The key thing is to let your child puzzle your way through it , rather than show them how to work it out. Helpful hints can be found in "how to get started" and for adults - looking at the solution may make the skills needed clearer