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Year 3 Mrs Smith

Wow Year 3 What amazing artists! Our scarab beetle designs.

Tattershall Castle

Wonderful World Book Day


Indoor PE will be on a Monday for this term. Please remember your shorts and t-shirts. 




Term 4 


This term in DT we will be making robots using a range of materials, including a circuit light. In our English unit, our focus will be on superheroes, and we can’t wait to share some of our fantastic writing on our web page. In maths, we will be starting to look at fractions before moving on to mass and capacity. We will continue to assess our times tables knowledge throughout this time as the children are expected to know their 2s, 5s, 10s, 3s, 4s and 8 times tables by the end of year 3. In science, we will continue to learn about animals, including humans- particularly paying attention to the skeleton and organs that allow us to live. Our Geography unit will be all about earthquakes – exploring why earthquakes happen, some examples of earthquakes and what to do if you are unfortunate enough to experience an earthquake.

Half Term

Please make sure you read at least four times to an adult- you can read anything even a recipe or instructions for playing a game. 
Make sure you complete at least 20 minutes of TTRockstars- 10 for this week, 10 for next week. 

You can easily practice your tables by counting in 3s- sweets are great for this! 

Mrs Palmer's School Values Poster Competition


This week, Mrs Palmer has launched a competition for all children to take part in. The children need to design a bright and colourful poster that displays our school values: Resilience, Respect, Diversity, Compassion and Innovation.


The winning poster will be professionally printed and displayed around our school.

Home Learning Activity


This term we are really pushing the skill of tying shoe laces. Please support us by encouraging your child to practice at home. Please see the poster with pictures below, or alternatively there are a range of online video / tutorials.



Please ensure you are completing at least 10 minutes a week of TTRockstars. The logins on the front of the  Maths homework books. 

Spring Term 1


This term our topic is Stone Age, where we will be exploring the different historical eras. The children will be creating cave paintings and dwellings, as well as finding out about what life in the Stone Age was like. In science, we will be exploring animals including humans through a variety of investigations. The children will be able to group and classify animals as well as identifying the functions of the human body. Our English writing focus is on Robots, where the children will be creating a piece based on Planet Unknown and linking this to our Art and DT topics. In Art, we will be looking at the artist Eric Joyner and using his work to inspire our own pieces. Our focus this term in maths continues with our multiplication and division learning, as well as applying this to solving reasoning problems. In order to support this, please remember to access TT Rockstars as this will benefit their understanding of multiplication and division. Weekly reading and spelling practice continues as part of the children’s homework.

A lovely introduction to our topic The Stone Age making homes.

Reminder from Mrs Millane

We are holding an exciting competition taking place over the Christmas holidays and we need YOU to take part!


All you need to do is encourage your children to read and take a photograph of them reading in the most unusual place. You could read upside down, with your pet… the possibilities are endless!

Photos should be emailed to:


Entries need to arrive no later than Wednesday 17th January 2024

We have had an amazing day visiting the Savoy Cinema to see Wonka.

The children thought it was magical, fabulous, majestic, clever, incredible and extraordinary.  


Holiday Homework


1. Read 'Twas the night before Christmas.

2. Watch a Christmas film.

3. Make a Christmas recipe.



What a lovely Santa Dash day!

Christmas Hamper

On Friday it is non-uniform day. This will be an opportunity to get our Christmas Hamper ready. Our theme is Afternoon Tea. Please could you send your child with an item for the hamper. This could be, tea, biscuits, cake or something of your choice that you think would be good with an afternoon tea.

Thank you 



Y3 Pudsey Visit!

Bonfire Hamper


Reminder: We are still selling raffle tickets for our bonfire themed hamper - please see below!

Switzerland Morning

As in introduction to our new Geography unit on Switzerland the children will be taking part in a Switzerland morning. For this we would like the children to wear red and white. They will be learning about Switzerland, creating crafts and there may even be some chocolate tasting!

As part of our Year 3 fundraising, we would like your help in creating a bonfire themed hamper to raffle. Please see below for a list of suggestions- all donations gratefully received!

All children are welcome to purchase tickets from the Year 3 cloakroom at break times, starting on Monday 16th October. Tickets are £1 a strip. The raffle will be drawn on Friday 3rd November.


Bonfire Hamper

Hot Chocolate






Scented candles

Or your own suggested idea.


The children will be completing their local area visit tomorrow afternoon. They will be staying on Toot Lane, looking at the new housing estates and sketching maps.

Mrs Smith's Class 1-130pm

Miss Morley's Class 1.30-2pm

Excellent Science experiments by Owlets - well done!


PE indoors is on a Wednesday. Shorts and t-shirts and bare feet

PE outdoors is on a Friday. Shorts, t-shirts and PE shoes. Tracksuits when it gets colder.

Blue Peter Book Club

Did you know Blue Peter have launched a Book Club? Aimed at 7–11-year-olds, it’s a great way to find a love of reading. Children can also earn their Blue Peter Book Badge, which has been designed by Sir Quentin Blake. Find out more here:


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What an amazing move up day- some fantastic artists! Well done Owlets