Welcome to Class 3!

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Class 3 is a class of 30 children across Years 3 and 4. The class teachers are Miss Leigh and Miss Hodgson and our super LSAs are Mrs Whitehead, Mrs Moores and Mrs Mansfield. The children spend 2 years in Class 3 before moving into Class 4.

In Class 3, home learning will be set on Fridays and should be completed by the following Wednesday. A list of spellings and the times table focus will always be sent home the previous Friday for a test the following Friday. A Wider Curriculum Challenge sheet will also be sent home at the start of each term with fun activities linking to Class 3’s Wider Curriculum topic.

A half termly Information to Parents and Carers letter will be sent home at the start of each half term to inform you of key dates and Class 3’s learning focus.
Please ensure your child reads regularly. They may wish to read to you, with you, or independently.

If your child is reading books on the Friezland Reading Scheme, they will have a Reading Record too. Please use this to comment when you hear your child read. School will use it to inform you of when we have listened to your child 1:1 and also when a new book has been issued. When your child is no longer on the reading scheme and therefore a ‘Free Reader’, you will be informed via a letter.

If you or anyone you know has any interests, talents, skills or expertise that can help us enhance our learning in Class 3 this half term, please speak to Miss Leigh or Miss Hodgson. We are always looking to make links with the wider community.

You can find out more about our curriculum coverage under the 'curriculum' tab'.

Please see the links below to download key information for Class 3.

Class Newsletter

Info to Parents and Carers 

Knowledge Mat Ancient Egypt 

Science Knowledge Mat Electricity 

Home Learning Grid Ancient Egyptians 

Long Term Overview Class 3

Expectations booklet Y3

Expectations booklet Y4

Year 4 - Parent Information for Multiplication Assessments

Useful Websites

Topmarks Maths

BBC Bitesize Maths

BBC History

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