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Year 3  2021-2022

Welcome to Year3.


Mrs Allen is excited about the new adventures she will be sharing with you in Year 3. 

We have lots of exciting things planned for you and are sure that we will have a wonderful year together. 


Classroom staff:  Mrs Allen    Mrs Lewis   Mr Wells   Mrs Pennington



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Any queries should be directed to Mrs Allen via the class


For urgent matters, please contact the school office.



Home reading books: Please ensure your child reads every day at home. If they come home with the same book, encourage your child to read fluently, with expression and ensure they understand what they have read by asking questions about the book. Books can be exchanged throughout the week.



PE Days: Tuesday (indoor) Friday (outdoor). Children are asked to bring their PE kit (navy shorts/joggers & white polo shirt) on these days. 


Spellings: Spelling homework will be issued each Friday and tested the following Friday.


Homework: Homework given out each Friday and collected the following Wednesday.


Library day:  Thursday


Curriculum Information


Spring Term Planning

Autumn Term Planning



Should your child need to self isolate due to a positive case of Covid-19, the following educational websites are really useful to support learning from home. Please remember that children also have access to the reading resource 'Lexia'.  Please contact us if you are experiencing any difficulties.


Celebrating The Ancient Egyptians.

Year 3 have throughly enjoyed their learning surrounding the Ancient Egyptians. We have emersed ourselves in their culture and the legacy they left behind. 

Here are a few images sharing our learning. 

Mathematics.   Number: exploring Multiplication and Division.

We have been investigating the relationship between multiplication and division. 

  • Multiplication - equal groups
  • Multiplication using the symbol
  • Using arrays
  • 2 / 5 / 10 / 3    times-table
  • Make equal groups - sharing
  • Make equal groups - grouping
  • Multiply by 2 / 5 / 10 / 3 
  • Divide by 2 / 5 / 10 / 3 


Preparing for Advent

Our preparations have begun...

Baptism Assembly.

On Wednesday 24th November we presented our class assembly to the school community. We shared our learning on The Sacrament of Baptism. All our children were nervous but they preformed beautifully. We had wonderfully loud voices, fantastic acting and respectful prayers. Well done!

Maths -   Exploring column subtraction.

We have been challenged by our column subtraction learning but we have enjoyed the challenge! 

It has taken lots of practical exchanging and detailed discussion but we are at last being successful and it feel great!

Mia gave a great response to the key learning of exchanging, she said..."exchange is taking one ten and exchanging this for ten ones"  

Ancient Egyptian Learning

Adam has visited Egypt during the half term. He kindly brought in to school lots of artefacts to share with us. His holiday scrap book held some fantastic experiences. We were amazed by the photographs of the pyramids and statues. 

Adam had a surprise for everyone...we brought back a named bookmark for all his class mates made from papyrus. 

Danum Gallery, Library and Museum.

Year 3 had a fabulous visit to the recently opened museum and library. 

Our Egyptian Workshop was great fun. We explored many aspects of Egyptian life; artefacts, Gods, mummification and hieroglyphs. We learnt so many new facts.

We also explored the fantastic museum space. Galleries showing Doncaster life throughout past times and the awesome steam locomotives. We really had a memorable day.  4.10.21


Cake Sale.    24.9.21

Well done everyone! smiley We raised £150!


It was an exciting day and we all had so much fun and raised a wonderful amount of money for school.

Thank you parents for your kind donations. Year 3 all enjoyed serving cakes to Early Years, Key Stage 1 and 2 children. After the bake sale we used our Maths lesson to count all the money raised. Our learning objective was to count in 50's so it was perfect to count all the 50p we had collected.