Curriculum

What Your Year 3 children will need each day

Item Day /s Details
PE kit Needed everyday Include shorts, t-shirt, jumper, pumps or trainers,trousers and a jumper in a bag named (not a carrier bag)
Dinner money Monday cheques payable to Education Catering
Homework Friday Homework books in Friday Spelling books Wednesday
Book bags Everyday Only books to be carried in them
After school club Everyday apart from the last day before a holiday To be booked in advance, phone school for details.
Reading Everyday Please read to and encourage your child to read a little each day.
Drop in sessions Wednesday 9.10-9.25am Please make an appointment with the office to check staff are available.
Swimming Kit Wednesday Your child will be informed when they need their swim kit. They need a bag for their kit, a towel, long hair tied back, no jewellery. Girls need a one piece costume. Boys need short trunks.

Topics to be covered this term

MATHS

Addition and subtraction on a number line

Addition using partitioning with 2 and 3 digit numbers

Multiplication and division facts of 2, 3, 4, 5 and 10 times table

Place value

Fractions and equivalent fractions

Properties of shape

 

ENGLISH

Treasure Island Themed Work

Ordering events in a story

Describing characters and setting

Instruction writing

 

TOPIC

The Romans

Timeline of the Romans

Mosaics

Clothing

Food

Ways to support your child

Homework marked on Friday

Spelling test each Wednesday.   New words given out and random selection tested the following week.  Remind them to practice and bring spelling book

PE -Tuesday( indoor) and Friday (outdoor)

Green homework book – one part marked each Friday

Read with the children and talk to them/ask them questions about what they have read,

Ask them questions about the time,  how long, how many minutes etc,

Help them to become familiar with a calendar

Playing games (e.g. board games / card games)

Encourage them to play maths games on www.sumdog.com

Take them to the library

Take them swimming

Enhance their knowledge and experience by taking them to places of interest like museums, country parks, castles etc.

Take them shopping so they can use money. Ask them questions about money, do they have enough to..  How much change …

Telling the time, using times tables.

 

To view further information about what children are expected to learn by the end of Year 3 please click here.

Please bear in mind these are generalisations for children of this age,  some will be working towards them and some may have exceeded them by the end of the year.

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