Welcome to
Year 3's 
Class Page



Teacher: Miss Hoffman
Teaching Assistants: Miss Stacey & Miss Gemma

Please find the Year 3 Maths Methods Handbook here.

Our service is on the 6th February.  You are welcome to come along.

Class Routine:

PE kits can be worn all day on Wednesday.
Homework is due in on a Monday and new homework will be given out on a Wednesday.
Bring your reading record into school each day. They will be checked every morning.
Spelling tests take place e
ach Wednesday your child will write what score they received in their reading record.

Autumn Term

Our English text this term is Varjak Paw.  It is about a cat that has to learn to fight!






Maths

In Maths we have been looking at fractions as division, telling the time to five minute intervals.

Here are 2 applications that your child can use to practise their timestables as well as addition and subtraction.

https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/multiplication-genius-x19-free/id406611368?mt=8

https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/math-champions-lite-fun-brain-games-for-kids/id561572290?mt=8

https://itunes.apple.com/bm/app-bundle/multiplication-division-times-tables-learn-practice/id924349687?mt=8

We will move on to look at angles, perimeter and length including measuring in metres and cm.





Our Science Unit is:  Light



Our Topic Unit is: Stone Age: 

We have been learning about how people in the Stone Age lived.  We learnt that they used every part of an animal that they killed to make clothes, shelter and tools.  We have also learnt what and how they communicated by using cave paintings.

Our R.E. topic is:  Parables
Our class service is on Tuesday 6th February


Our Computing topic is:  staying safe on-line



P.E. topics:

Top Tips for Learning:

Tip One:       Learn your spellings 

Tip Two:       You should already know your 2, 5 and 10 times tables.  We will also learn our 3, 4 and 8 times tables this year.  Practise skip counting first: 3, 6, 9, 12, 15 then you can practise matching the sum with the answer e.g. 3 x 5= 15

Tip Three:    Read every day and talk about what you have read with your family and friends

Tip Four:     Never give up!  Sometimes it takes a little bit of practise to get better at something or to learn a new skill

Tip Five:       Always remember Tip Four!

Tip Six:         Tomorrow is a fresh start!


Our class wrote this Code of Conduct together.
  • Walk nicely and quietly
  • Be gentle and kind
  • Help tidy up and look after our things
  • Use manners and kind words
  • Sit nicely and look at the person who is speaking
  • Listen carefully to instructions and our teacher
  • Listen to others and share ideas
  • Keep our voice at the correct level 
  • Focus on your own work
  • Do the right thing
  • Be responsible for your own and class property
  • Follow instructions 
  • Work hard and never give up
  • Impress adults

Music
We are continuing to learn drumming this term.