Class 3 - Mrs Flynn & Mrs Walker

Class 3 - Mrs Flynn & Mrs Walker

Welcome to Our Lady's Class 3 page, where we aim to become missionaries of Jesus through our actions, relationships and spiritual opportunities. We work hard as a team to create a compassionate learning environment that encourages respect for everyone in our classroom so each child feels valued. In class our children are encouraged to reach their potential and develop resilience to face new learning challenges each day. We are lucky to have the support of our teaching assistants, Miss Horan & Mrs Uveges to help children on their learning journey. We love to learn through our broad, adventurous curriculum which aims to ignite our children's curiosity. We learn to love one another by embracing difference and celebrating the success of positive relationships. If you would like to take a look at our current learning, please visit our class blog.

  • Advent 2 - How did the Rotten Romans shape modern Britain?

In literacy, we will be focusing on non-fiction texts including creating fact-files about Mount Vesuvius and newspaper reports about Pompei.

In Maths, we will begin looking at Roman Numerals and begin to learn our times tables to apply them into multiplication. Please continue to support your child to tell the time.

For Geography, we will undertake the role of cartologists to uncover the importance of maps. We will uncover the influence of Romans in Britain such as roads and towns. We will examine how they have changed to shape society today.  

Our Science continues with a physics focus by investigating the difference between light and darkenss linking this with shadows.  

In our RE we will explore promises that parents and Godparents during Baptism. The children will then learn about the importance of visitors as we prepare during Advent for the birth of our Lord. 

Children will receive one piece of homework and a set of spellings every Friday. Homework is due in the following Wednesday and spellings are tested every Friday. It is important that your child continues to practice their times tables. In Year 3, children need to know the related division facts e.g 4x2 = 8 therefore 8 ÷ 2 = 4.

Please encourage your child to read regularly, around 20 minutes every night if possible, and record it in their dairy. You can support your child's comprehension skills further by supporting them to use a dictionary to find out the meanings of new vocabulary.

To ensure every child is working at the expected standard, we have a non-negotiables list of skills which the children will be working towards. If your child is on the SEN register, you will have been given other target sheets to use instead. It would be helpful if you supported your child with these skills at home.

Please click the download below to find the Year 3 curriculum overview, daily time table and non-negotiables targets.

If you would like to take a look at our current learning,  please visit our class blog here

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