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Year 3 Crew

Welcome to Year 3 Crew

The class teacher is Miss Stock and the learning coach is Mrs Banks.  The last few years have been a challenging one for us all, to say the least.  It is so lovely to see the children’s smiling faces back in school and be able to regain some sort of normality.

We would like the children to become more independent this year, so please assist them in learning to tie their own laces and such.  Let’s look forward to a year of growth, fun and learning without limits!

This page and seesaw will be updated regularly throughout the year.

Please use the link below as a short cut to our crew page on Seesaw.


We believe that reading books are a vital tool for children’s learning, therefore these should be brought into school everyday.

It is extremely important to read with your child as much as possible and we will endeavour to read with them at least once a week. They will be rewarded for bringing their books in and also for evidence of reading at home, so please make sure you write in their reading records.

Recommended Reads for Year 3

Maths Overview


In P.E., we will be doing Swimming, this will take place on Wednesdays.

Home learning

Home learning will mainly be on our fantastic range of apps, that will cover the majority of skills needed. You will be expected to go on …

Reading Plus:– at least 3 times per week
Spelling Frame:- at least twice a week (New spellings will be updated each week culminating in a test every Friday. A tangible version of these spellings will also be given out every Monday)
TT Rockstars/ Numbots:- at least twice a week ( we would like you to concentrate predominantly on Numbots for now please).

Alongside the apps and reading, it is vitally important for the children to learn their times tables. They will really struggle further up the school and in their everyday lives if they do not know these.

They are expected to already be secure in their 2, 5 and 10 times tables and by the end of year 3, they are expected to know their 3, 4 and 8’s. So, please practise these at every opportunity.

Curriculum Information

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