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Year 3 Christian Value: Respect

'Treat everyone you meet with dignity. Love your spiritual family. Revere God. Respect the government.‘

1 Peter 2:17

Welcome to Year 3!


Our class teacher is Mr Knowles and our teaching assistants are Miss Alcroft, Miss Parkinson and Mrs Holland.  


We aim to help every child make the jump from KS1 to KS2 as smoothly as possible.  It is a big step for the children, more responsibilities but also so many opportunities to make the most of.  Our mantra this year is


We can't do this...YET!


Our Golden rules are:

Try your best.

Be kind.


We hope you enjoy the year!



Year 3's Curriculum

Here is some helpful information relating to the class routines:


  • Spellings are  given out on a Friday to be tested the following Friday;
  • our Mental Maths test is usually Monday;
  • We have set PE days which are shared on our Topic Web but please ensure PE kits are in school in case of any ad-hoc PE lessons;
  • Reading books are changed on a Friday however children are encouraged to change their own book if needed throughout the week.


Please feel free to get in touch if you wish to speak us, you are most welcome!


  • Children can achieve stickers, table points, tokens and team points.
  • The class can achieve smiley faces for their work, for good effort in a lesson, outstanding behaviour, care and courtesy, helpfulness to others and for following the class rules. 
  • Children can also be nominated for the Friday worship stickers.  Children can be nominated by any member of staff or welfare assistants.  For outstanding effort or success children may be awarded the Superstar award and children can also be nominated for our Writer of the Week award. 


Equipment (Please ensure all items are clearly named)

  • School bag
  • PE kit in a suitable bag: White T-Shirt, Blue or Black Shorts and Plimsolls. PE will be on Thursday and Friday afternoons. No jewellery should be worn during PE. If children have pierced ears, earrings should be removed at home in order to participate in the PE lessons. Long hair should also be tied back for safety reasons. Please ensure that PE kits are in school and all items are named. If PE kits are not in school, unfortunately children will not be able to participate. Children are required to wear pumps for PE.
  • Winter uniform: White or Light Blue Shirt or Blouse and Tie*, Long or Short Grey Trousers / Grey Skirt or Pinafore, Royal Blue Pullover or Cardigan
  • Summer uniform: White or Grey Socks, Shoes or Sandals. Royal Blue/White Gingham Dress, Royal Blue or White Polo Shirt