Welcome to the Year 3!
Here you will be able to access the Year 3 Blog where you can get all the latest news from Year 3, find out what we’ve been learning and keep up-to-date with homework, trips and events! You can also access our Year 3 gallery by clicking here.
If you have any questions, they may be answered below. However, if you would like to talk about anything further, please feel free to contact me.
A bit of information for you:
Year Three staff team
Miss Corkerry – Class Teacher
Favourite food – Chocolate!
Favourite drink – A lovely cup of tea.
Favourite colour – Purple
Favourite things to do – Swimming, long walks, listening to music and reading.
Miss Fox – Teaching Assistant
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Expectations for Year Three
We have high expectations for all of the children in Year 3.
- We wish for children to be the very best they can be
- We expect all children to respect the Catholic ethos of the school.
- We hope that children will take every oppourtunity given to them to develop to reach their full potential
- We expect for behaviour to be of the highest standard, with a consideration for others inside andoutside the classroom
- We expect the work to be of the best possible presentation and to be thought out
- We expect all children to come to school ready to learn, this includes having the correct school uniform, including correct footwear, which is to be labelled. Children are to have both indoor and outdoor P.E kits which are left in school or brought in on the correct days (Year 3 will have P.E on Tuesdays and Fridays).
- Most of all we expect the children to be willing to learn and grow as individuals, working to better themselves both academically and personally.
Learning in Year Three
• Please see Year 3’s newsletter for curriculum and dates for the diary. Click here to view the letters page.
Your child will be set homework weekly. The homework will be given out on Friday and is due in on Wednesday unless otherwise stated.
Children should be reading every day at home and practising their times tables on a daily basis as they will be tested weekly. Times tables are essential to developing their numeracy, rapid recall of their times tables will enable them to access the numeracy curriculum with more ease. Children will also receive spellings on a Friday and will be tested on the folllowing Wednesday.
It is the school’s requirement that your child spend at least 15 minutes reading every day at home. Please try to hear your child read as often as possible to develop their speaking and listening skills. We will try to hear every child read at least once a week and more if possible. Reading is essential to many areas of the curriculum. The reading record must be filled in and signed by an adult. The reading record and their reading book must be brought in daily as they may be heard read atany time. This will be signed on a Friday by myself or Miss Fox.
First Confession and First Holy Communion
If your child is Catholic, then they will be taking their First Confession and First Holy Communion this year. This is a very special time for the children and families so we will have various meetings in preparation for this. We ask that these meetings are attended by both child and parent throughout the year to ensure the children are fully ready for these very special sacraments.
We will keep you updated throughout the year as to specific dates for your diary, these will also be published on the class and school newletter, so please make sure to read and refer to this.