In Year 3, the class teacher is Miss Dervish and the teaching assistants are Mrs Lea, Mrs Wignall and Mrs Shepherd.
We would all like to welcome you to Year 3 and we are certain you will have a fantastic year, as juniors, building on the knowledge and skills you have learned in KS1.
Our class page will keep you up to date with important information that you need to know and celebrate the good work taking place in class.
Important dates for your diary:
Miss Dervish teaches every day except Wednesday morning when Mrs Culshaw will be in to teach.
PE will take place on Tuesday and Friday during Spring 1.The children can wear their normal or winter PE kits to school on these days!
Homework must be returned to school on Friday and will be sent home again on that night. A homework map will be sent home at the beginning of each term with a range of activities for your child to choose from.
Spellings will be sent home every Thursday in your child’s reading record. Our quiz is on a Thursday and your child will highlight any they struggled with.
Celebration assembly takes place on a Friday where we will award our Star of the Week, VIP and team award. A text will be sent home if your child has been chosen.
Reading is a vital part of your child’s development therefore children are asked to read at least 3 times a week. This can be their school reading book or one from home. All we ask is it is written in their reading record, which needs to be returned to school every day. We have introduced a new reading challenge in class and the children will be awarded when they have read 10, 25, 50 and 75 books. We also like to walk to Adlington library to choose our own books so if you haven’t already done so, please could you register your child at the library.
The theme for Spring 1 is ‘Extinct, Endangered, Existing’.
The Year 3 yearly overview and this half terms theme overview can be found in the folder below.
Please keep checking our page to see updates of our super work in Year 3!
If you have any questions about Year 3, please contact Miss Dervish, class teacher.