Welcome to Year 3
'God loves us beyond comprehension, and we cannot diminish God's love for us.'
St. Peter - Class Saint
Hello everyone in Year 3!
It has been very strange not being in our classroom which is normally full of happiness and laughter - we miss you all very much! We do, however, hope that you are enjoying spending these precious moments with your families during these uncertain times.
Please make sure your are staying safe and active whilst also looking after one another. This page will be used to keep you up-to-date with different ideas for home learning.
Take care and stay safe,
Mr Leese, Mrs Dark and Mrs Benbow
Religious Education and Prayer life
Father Kelly, from St Francis of Assisi Church, is praying for you all every day, along with our very own Father Joseph. Father Kelly would love to share your prayers with the parish. If you would like to write a prayer and send it to us, we can forward this on to Father Kelly and he will share some of your prayers during Mass, which you can then watch on the link below.
9.00 am Eucharistic Adoration (in silence)
9.30 am Daily Mass (including Sunday)
8.00 pm Rosary with Eucharistic Adoration, concluding with Night Prayer at 8.45 pm
What will the boys and girls in Year 3 learn in English?
What will the boys and girls in Year 3 learn in Maths?
White Rose Maths are adding amazing Maths home learning acitivites each day with a video explaining every step and an activity for the children to complete. Follow the link below to take a look at the Year 3 learning for this week!
Home learning projects
Daily Live Lessons
Simmering skills - What basic skills activities should I be doing every day?
- Reading - spend SOME of your reading time reading aloud to someone (even a baby brother or sister, pet or toy!)
- Spelling - open the spelling overview, find a spelling focus and explore what words you can make with the focus group of letters you choose, E.g., if you choose -tch and -ch, you could draw a poster with different words, like: which, witch, hitch, glitch, etc. You could even put mis-spellings on a cross them out - this can help you know what it should and should NOT look like, which can help your spelling memory.
- Times tables - Rock Stars DOES rule , but you can practise writing multiplication and division facts on paper too.