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Year 3

Welcome to Year 3!
Class teacher: Miss Katie Hehir
TAs: Mrs Wayne, Mrs Misik, Miss Hoque
General Information

All adults in the class are available to talk to if you have any questions or concerns.


P.E. days -  Monday (rugby) Wednesday (netball) 
Homework - Please see the links  below for the Year 3 homework documents; the children are also always given a paper copy of each sheet. Topic homework can be returned at any time but is due in the last week of term and we love seeing any work that children have completed independently at home so please bring those in and they will be celebrated and displayed in the classroom.

Spring Term Information 

Welcome Back to School, Willow Class! 

This term the children will be learning all about Ancient Greece.



In history we will study different aspects of Ancient Greece including the Greek gods, religion, people, food, homes, war, art and architecture.

The children will also learn about and re-enact some of history’s most famous myths and legends including the Minotaur and the Trojan horse.

It's a very fun topic! 





Year 3 are really enjoying learning how to play chess every Wednesday and some keen members of the class have even managed to beat the adults!




In PE we will be having lessons both indoors and outdoors every week, so please ensure your children have the appropriate kit in school at all times. Their indoor kit should include shorts and a T-shirt, and their outdoor kit should include trainers for running and clothes that are appropriate for all weathers. We ask that earrings are removed on PE days. 


This term we are being taught how to play hockey by a coach on Thursday afternoons and the children need a warm, dry PE kit with shoes suitable for running on the field during this session.

Further information about our learning is available on the Topic Web for this half term; please see the links below.


Thank You
Thank you to all the parents for your continued support with homework, reading and attending events in school.

We can't wait to see this half term's Ancient Greece homework projects.