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Year 3 – 3K

Miss S King - Teacher

Class 3K - Year 3 

Miss S King – Teacher
Class 3K - Year 3 

Class 3K - Year 3 

Mrs T Millington - TA

Class 3K - Year 3

Mrs T Millington – TA

Welcome back Year 3!

Welcome back! We trust your Easter break was filled with joy and relaxation. As we step into the new term of Summer 1, we’re excited to resume our educational journey with your children, promising an array of stimulating activities and enriching experiences.

In English, we’ll immerse ourselves in the enchanting book “Journey”. Through its captivating illustrations, your children will be inspired to craft imaginative narratives, fostering their love for storytelling and creative expression.

Meanwhile, in Maths, our focus will shift to exploring concepts of mass/capacity and fractions, offering opportunities for your child to deepen their understanding and proficiency in these foundational areas of mathematics. Science lessons will bring the wonders of the natural world to life as we delve into the realm of flowering plants and plant growth. Through hands-on experiments and investigations, children will uncover the mysteries of plants

History will take us on a journey back in time as we unravel the intriguing saga of the Romans. From their conquests to their cultural contributions, children will gain a deeper appreciation for this ancient civilization. Recorders will remain on Monday mornings, enriching their musical skills and appreciation.

We’re excited to announce that Parent-Teacher Evening is scheduled for Tuesday, 21st May. To accommodate this event, school will finish at 1.15pm on that day, providing an opportunity for meaningful discussions about your child’s progress.

The highlight of the term, Sports Day, is set for the week commencing 20th May. It promises to be a day filled with fun and friendly competition, as children showcase their sporting prowess.

Please remember that PE kits will be needed on Tuesdays and Thursdays, so kindly ensure your child comes prepared for these energetic sessions. Lastly, a gentle reminder: please ensure your child brings their reading book to school every day. Daily reading is vital for enhancing literacy skills and fostering a lifelong love of learning.

Should you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to reach out. Let’s work together to make this term an enriching and memorable experience for your children.

Warm regards,

Miss King & Mrs Millington.

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