Welcome to Year 3!
Mrs Wriglesworth is the class teacher and Miss Somaraki and Mrs McIntosh are the teaching assistants in Year 3. Miss Good will also be working with Year 3 to support small groups of children with reading and writing.
On this page, you will find information about Class 3, including news, photographs of things we've done and more!
Arrival and Collection Times
All children should enter and leave school via their external classroom door.
All children should arrive between 8.45am – 8.55am.
All children should be collected at 3.20pm.
Breakfast Club & After School Club - Children in should arrive as normal and be taken to Breakfast Club room. They will be taken to their Classroom ready for lessons. Breakfast Club will be open from 7.45am. After School Club will be open until 5.45pm.
It would be great if you could provide your child with a small, practical pencil case containing the following equipment:
- Glue stick
- HB pencil
- Pencil sharpener
- Set of colouring pencils
We will provide this equipment where required.
Children in Class 3 will need to ensure that their P.E. Kit is in school on Mondays and Fridays. P.E. kits should consist of:
- Navy shorts
- School house colour T-shirt (not brightly coloured and / or patterned T-shirts)
- White, navy or grey socks
- Plimsolls (preferably pull-on style for young children)
- Trainers (for outdoor use only)
- Tracksuit (optional for cold weather)
Link to School Uniform /P.E. Kit Expectations Page
Every Monday, your child will be taught a new spelling rule to practise during the week, ready for a spelling test on Friday. Please spend time at home practising these spellings using ‘Look, Say, Cover, Write, Check’ in the Spelling Homework Booklets, as well as discussing the spelling rule. Please ensure spelling Homework Books are kept in school bags. You also have a Spelling Shed login for use to further practise spellings at home.
Spelling Shed - https://www.edshed.com/en-us/Login
Your child's weekly spelling list will be uploaded to Spelling Shed for further practise. Log ins can be found in the front of your child's reading record.
Please use your child’s reading record to keep a record of the books your child reads and to enter a comment about their reading. These may be books they have brought home from school, ones they have borrowed from the library or an e-library book. This record will help us to know what your child can do and inform us about the range of books they have read. We will also write in the record when your child has read in school and provide an appropriate next step for them to practise, e.g. a particular tricky word or grapheme.
In Year 3, children continue to learn to write different types of texts and we use model texts to highlight the key features of these texts before children create their own versions. The table below highlights the text types and texts that we will be learning in Year 3.
Overcoming the Baddie Story - Narrative
Jack and the Beanstalk
Instructions - Non-narrative
How to Mummify a Pharaoh
Book Review - Non-narrative
Galaxy Jack: Journey to Juno
Warning Story - Narrative
Adventure Story - Narrative
Kassim and the Greedy Dragon
Non-chronological Report - Non-narrative
The Manchester Ridgeback
Journey Story - Narrative
The Magic Bed
The Sound Collector
There's a Monster in the Garden
Newspaper Recount - Non-narrative
|Golden Ticket Glory!|
Wishing Tale - Narrative
The King of the Fishes
Persuasive Letter - Non-narrative
| ||Recount - Non-narrative||An Egyptian Visitor|
Please download the texts and story maps and practise retelling them. Aim to retell the texts with actions and expression!
As a school, we place emphasis on teaching Maths using a Maths Mastery approach. We place emphasis on children learning to develop their fluency, reasoning and problem solving skills. We use Maths No Problem Maths Textbooks and Workbooks in school. To find out more, visit https://mathsnoproblem.com/en/parent-videos/ to watch parent videos all about how we teach Maths at St Luke's.
The table below highlights the textbook and chapters that we are learning in Year 3. If you wish to purchase a copy of the Maths No Problem Textbook A and B and Workbook A and B for your year group for use at home and also find out more about how Maths is taught in school, these are available to order at https://mathsnoproblem.com/mathematics/primary
We ask all parents to support children with learning their number bonds and times tables at home; this is key to children being successful as Mathematicians.
Please remember to log in to Hit the Button: https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button
Times Tables Rockstars: https://play.ttrockstars.com/auth/school/teacher
Focus Textbook Chapter and Title
Year 3 Textbook 3A - Chapter 1 - Numbers to 1000
Year 3 Textbook 3A - Chapter 2 - Addition and Subtraction
Year 3 Textbook 3A - Chapter 3 - Multiplication and Division
Year 3 Textbook 3A - Chapter 4 - Further Multiplication and Division
|04.12.23||Year 3 Textbook 3A - Revision 1|
Year 3 Textbook 3A - Chapter 5 - Length
Year 3 Textbook 3A - Chapter 6 - Mass
Year 3 Textbook 3A - Chapter 7 - Volume
| ||Year 3 Textbook 3A - Revision 2|
Year 3 Textbook 3A - Mid Year revision
Year 3 Textbook 3B - Chapter 8 - Money
Year 3 Textbook 3B - Chapter 9 - Time
Year 3 Textbook 3B - Chapter 10 - Picture Graphs and Bar Graphs
Year 3 Textbook 3B - Revision 3
| ||Year 3 Textbook 3B - Chapter 11 - Fractions|
Year 3 Textbook 3B - Chapter 12 - Angles
Year 3 Textbook 3B - Chapter 13 - Lines and Shapes
Year 3 Textbook 3B - Chapter 14 - Perimeter of Figures
| ||Year 3 Textbook 3B - Revision 4|
| ||Year 3 Textbook 3B - End of Year Revision|
During the year, we will use a range of texts to develop our reading skills and read stories written by a range of authors. The texts we will use are detailed in the document below.
The first book we will be reading in the Autumn term is 'There's a Pharaoh in our Bath!' by Jeremy Strong.
Our Class Country is Italy!
Throughout the year, we will be learning all about Italy. We will investigate where it is in the world and find out facts about what it is like to live in Italy.