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Year 3

Year Three

Class Teachers: Mrs Teirlinck, Miss K Gray, Miss G Gray and Mrs Paterson

 

Teaching Assistants: Mrs Somasundaram and Mrs Smith

Autumn 1 

Welcome to Year Three! We hope that you have had a wonderful summer! Please look below to find lots of helpful information linked to our timetable and learning. 

 

 

PE

This half term, PE will normally take place on Mondays and Tuesdays.

Spellings

Spellings will be set each Tuesday and tested on the following Tuesday. These will be set electronically via The Spelling Shed and a paper copy of the spellings will be glued into your child's reading record. Your child should aim to complete at least 5 spelling activities on The Spelling Shed each week. As well as using The Spelling Shed, spellings can also be practised using a range of handwritten methods such as:

 

- Look, Cover, Write Check
 

- Rainbow Writing  e.g. actual actual actual actual actual 
 

- Waterfall Writing 

e.g. 

a

ac

act

actu

actua

actual

 

 

 

 

 

Times Tables 

 

Each Friday, the children will practise their times tables in the Times Table Mountain Challenge. The levels are as follows:

 

Mountain 1 (Elbrus) 
x10
x2
x5
x10 x2 x5 
 

Mountain 2 (Kilimanjaro) 
x4
x8
x3
x3  x4  x8
 

Mountain 3 (Aconcagua) 

x6

x9

x11

x6  x9  x11

x2  x3  x4  x5  x6

     

Mountain 4 (Everest) 

x12

x7

All times tables

Division and multiplication facts up to 12 x 12 

 

The children will be expected to record their scores in their reading record. To progress to the next times table, the children must score 40/40 two weeks in a row. Below are some links to online times table games to help the children practise at home. 

 

Hit the Button

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

 

Coconut Multiples 

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/times-tables/coconut-multiples

 

Happy Burger

https://www.timestables.co.uk/happy-burger.html

Reading


Each day, your child will bring home a reading book matched to their current reading ability. They should aim to read at least 5 times a week at home and record their reading in their reading record.

 

Reading records should be brought into school every day.

 

Weekly Timetable

Half Termly Overview

Yearly Curriculum Map

Remote Learning Grid

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