Welcome

to Year 3

Miss Davison

About Year 3

Hello, I’m Miss Davison and welcome to Year 3!  

 

As Year 3 is the first year of the Juniors, we encourage the children to become as independent as possible. The children really enjoy the chance to take charge of their own learning and organise their belongings

 

Please explore our blogs below to find out what we have been up to recently in class!                 

Mrs Javaid

Miss Bartells

Pupils are very fluent and confident in their reading.

OFSTED Statement 2015

Year 3

In Year Three, we study a range of exciting topics, such as Paintings and Photographs, The Generation Game, The Rainforest and the Stone Age. We make the learning as interactive as possible, and give the children hands on experiences of different topics. The children are encouraged to carry out their own research, and we carry on our learning through exciting trips and experience days.

 

In English, we study a range of text types, including traditional tales such as Little Red Riding Hood, short films such as Baboon on the Moon, picture books by Anthony Browne and adventure stories such as Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs. We love putting our own twists on the stories once we have learned them. During Guided Reading, we use the Reciprocal Reading program, which allows us to analyse texts in detail and develop our own opinions about them.

 

In mathematics we spend time learning our times tables and making sure that we understand the key skills of mental arithmetic by the time we leave Year Three.

 

Please explore our blogs below to find out what we have been up to recently in class!

 

For further information you can view our Curriculum here.

The IPC Units for the Autumn term are the Generation Game and the Rainforest

 

The core text is Little Red Riding Hood/Hoodwinked and Paperbag Prince / Window / Rainforest / Otherwise / The Snowman. In English we will be looking at stories with a Familiar Setting / Alternative to Fairy Tales / Information Texts. In Science we will be learning about different rainforest animals and plants

 

To look at a full list then click here.

The IPC Units for the Spring term are Scavengers and Settlers and Paintings, Pictures and Photographs.

 

The core text is Anthony Browne : Author Focus. In English we will be looking at Adventure and Mystery / Authors and Letters. In Science we will be learning about how light, dark and shadows can be created.

 

To look at a full list then click here.

The IPC Units for the Summer term are Sounds and Materials and What’s on the Menu?

 

The core text is Baboon on the Moon and James and the Giant Peach / Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs / Michael Rosen. In English we will be looking at Adventure and Mystery / Persuasive / Poems to Perform. In science the pupils will learn how sounds are made, how to change sounds and how sounds travel to the ear. In History we will be looking at popular foods from different periods of history and what sailors and explorers used to eat when travelling.

 

To look at a full list then click here.

Year 3 Latest Blog

Oak Class – Performance Poetry

This week, Year 3 wrote some amazing poems about sounds heard in the kitchen for our last hot task! We included lots of techniques which we magpied from the famous poet, Michael Rosen. These techniques included, onomatopoeia, alliteration and repetition. We shared and performed our poems with pupils in Elm and Willow class. What was ...

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Elm Class!

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Oak Class – Sports Day!

This week we took part in sports day and we had lots of fun competing in different races! What was your favourite race and why?

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Elm Class – Exciting Salads!

This week, Elm Class have been looking at advertising and how we can make food look more exciting. We decided to create our very own exciting salads to encourage everyone to eat healthily. They were delicious!                                       ...

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Address Details

Parsloes Primary School
Spurling Road
Dagenham
Essex
RM9 5RH

Tel: 0208 270 4925

E-mail: office@parsloes.bardaglea.org.uk