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Class 3


Welcome to Class 3!


Welcome to the last term this year. I hope you all had a lovely break.

In Class 3, we're thrilled to have the dynamic duo of Mrs Crabb and Mrs Phelps joining us to ignite our curiosity and guide us through our academic adventures.

We are really looking forward to our exciting topics this year, lots of interesting activities and fun school trips, and we had a fantastic time on our residential at Boundless Outdoors.



This term we will be focussing on all of our times tables in preparation for the MTC (multiplication table check).

This will be taking place between Monday 3 June and Friday 14 June.

Here is this the link for the government website with more information on this:



In Geography, we will be investigating the rich culture, diverse landscapes, and fascinating history of India. The class will learn about the majestic Himalayas, the bustling streets of Mumbai, and the serene banks of the Ganges River.


In Science, we will be studying how plants grow. The children will conduct hands-on experiments to understand the roles of sunlight, water, and soil, and discover the amazing processes that help plants thrive.


Please ensure your child has their PE kit for our sessions on Thursday and Friday. It's a great opportunity for them to stay active and enjoy some physical exercise.


As ever, if you do have any questions please don't hesitate to ask.


Mr Howard




Reading in Years 3 and 4:

As a school, nurturing a love for reading remains at the heart of our educational mission. To cultivate this passion, reading will continue to be a fundamental aspect of our curriculum and daily routine. In addition to daily guided reading sessions, we encourage your child to have independent reading time, either by themselves or with the guidance of an adult, each day. Please ensure your child comes prepared with their reading book and blue reading record every day. Kindly sign the reading record after listening to your child read at home, and take a moment to discuss what they have read to gauge their comprehension and inference skills.

Furthermore, we're excited to introduce our 'Grand Draw' raffle initiative! Here's how it works: when your child reads independently five times in a week and receives an adult's signature, they earn a raffle ticket to contribute to the class jar. At the end of each half-term, a golden ticket will be drawn, and the lucky winner will be rewarded with a special non-uniform day pass. It's a fun incentive to encourage consistent reading habits and celebrate our young readers' dedication and achievement!


Tri-Golf Festival at Dyson Perrins