Year 3 2020 - 2021
SENCO, Senior Leader and Teacher
Class Teacher - Mrs Lucy Myatt
Teaching Assistants- Mrs Brown and Miss Sheedy
In Year 3 the children learn how to be more independent and practice skills to encourage independent learning such as researching on the Internet and using books and dictionaries. They are encouraged to solve problems for themselves and rely less on support for day to day tasks.
The curriculum in Year 3 has been carefully considered to ensure that the knowledge and skills they learn are progressive and rich in vocabulary. They go on some exciting trips to extend their learning in these areas including an amazing experience of the Lake District.
Presentation and handwriting is very important and as the children move into the juniors they learn how important it is to present their work well. Most children will earn their pen by the end of Year 3 – but this can only be achieved once they are joining their writing and presenting their work neatly.
In Year the children are very lucky to have other adults and teachers working with them: Mrs Myatt (Teacher) & Mrs Brown (TA) & Miss Sheedy (TA).
The children learn in a large, bright environment which is full of learning resources and children's work. They are encouraged to use the resources independently to help them with their learning.
Important things to remember: -
We do PE on a Monday & Wednesday – please ensure that your full indoor and outdoor PE kits are in school at all times as these days may change.
Homework is set on a Friday and is due back on the following Wednesday – please ensure you bring it back on time.
We change reading books regularly – please ensure that you encourage your child to read at home and bring the book back to change it.
We have a water machine just outside the classroom that the children have access to – please send a water bottle into school for your child to use.
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