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Welcome to Class 3           Autumn 2021


Welcome back Year 3 and 4!

This term in Class 3 we are taught by Mrs Johnson (Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Fridays) and Mrs Thornton (Tuesday’s.) On a Wednesday we have French with Miss Walsh and Music/PE with Mrs Dobinson.


We have a really exciting term to look forward to with lots of things planned! The first is a Rivers Trust Day in September (more details to follow.) Our topic this term is The Stone Age where we will become time travellers in History, we study all sorts of rocks and gems in Science and in English we’ll be reading A Stone Age Boy and Pebble in My Pocket. 


PE will take place on Thursdays and Fridays but remember to have a kit in school every day as we do often make changes. This term we are doing Lacrosse and Netball/football. Please have warm PE kit as we will be outside as much as possible. You will also need your trainers for Mile-a-day, which will be at 8.50am every day. 



Maths  In maths we continue to learn times tables and learn its for Big Maths. Year 3 should know x10, x2, x5, x3, x4 and x8 by the end of this year. Year 4 should know all their times tables up to 12 x 12 by June this academic year. We also send Busy Ants maths homework to support what is taught in school.



  • In Class 3, children should continue to read for at least 5 mins every day, we have a sticker chart in the classroom to show when they read at home.
  • Guided Reading - each week, this will be uploaded onto Google Drive on a Tuesday and children will have a week to complete their maths sheet and Guided Reading homework.
  • Maths - also weekly, a maths sheet will be available on Google Drive on a Friday.
  • Friday -Spelling test/Times tables test & Big Maths Beat That tests will be held each week on a Friday. Please learn spellings and times tables everyday to ensure good knowledge of both
  • The whole terms spellings are at the bottom of this page and children can also use spelling shed to learn them each week. 


We can’t wait to get started and I’m looking forward to seeing all back in school. 

Mrs Johnson