Year 3

The Year 3 class teachers are:

Miss Hartley

Nightingale Class

Miss Bruton

Kingfisher Class


Please click on the following link to see the National Curriculum for Year 3.

English National Curriculum

Maths National Curriculum

Science National Curriculum

To download Year 3’s yearly overview, click on the link below.

Helping your child at home

Homework will be sent every week to be completed in blue pen or pencil by the following week. Children will receive spellings, mental maths, grammar and another piece of work each week. There will be a spelling test and a mental maths test every Friday. Please encourage your child to ask in school for further explanation of their homework activities if they don’t understand, before it is due to be handed in.

Your child should also read every day, in addition to homework. Please discuss what you child has read and then record the text in their Reading Record. You can also include any comments about their reading. Your child can also be encouraged to read other things, e.g. newspapers, comics, magazines, library books, etc. which can also be recorded.

Useful Websites

Here are some websites that you may like to visit to help with your child’s learning this term and beyond:

Here are some websites that you may like to visit to help with your child’s learning this term and beyond:

Letter Join – Handwriting support
Please ask your child’s teacher for the log in details.

Oxford Owl

Hit the Button – Quick fire Maths games to support Mental Maths

Times Table Rockstars
Your child will have their own log in for Times Table Rockstars.

Extra Curricular

From Year 3 onwards, children are offered the opportunity to learn a brass instrument and play as part of the school band. Children also have the opportunity to join our school choir which involves numerous performances across the wider community over the course of the school year.

If you would like any more information about Music provision 
in school, please do not hesitate to contact the school office on: 01706 378 991

Routines and Reminders

Children will need their reading books, reading records and book bags in school everyday.

Reading Books will go home everyday.

PE kits which are clearly labelled with your child’s name are also required everyday.

Homework will be sent every Friday.

St Andrew’s CE is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. We expect all staff, visitors and volunteers to share this commitment. If you have concerns regarding the safeguarding or welfare of any of our pupils, please contact Mrs J Rainford or Mrs J Hodgson

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