Vernon Terrace

Phoenix

Welcome to year 3

This year we will be learning about the following topics and on this page you will find any useful resources to use at home and curriculum documents to explain each half term in more detail.

Autumn 1 - Scrumdiddlyumptious

Autumn 2 - Predators - please click, here to access curriculum map

Spring 1 - Tremors

Spring 2 - Gods and Mortals

Summer 1 - Mighty Metals

Summer 2 - Tribal Tales

Keep up to date on a weekly basis by reading our class blog.

PE is on a Wednesday afternoon and a Tuesday morning. Please ensure that children have both indoor and outdoor kit with them. This consists of black or navy shorts and tracksuit bottoms, a white t shirt, black or navy sweatshirt and trainers or plimsolls. Children need to come to school not wearing earrings on these days please. We have been lucky enough to be able to use the astrofurf so we will be walking to Barry Road every Tuesday for PE.

Please ensure you read with your child at least 3 times a week. Every child has a reading record. Please record in their log when they have read to you as this ensures good communication between school and home. Children are not only encouraged to read their school reading books. They can read absolutely anything - books from home, magazines, comics


Every child across the school has a sumdog account. Children will have time in class to use their accounts to help with their maths skills, but please help your child's maths development by using the website at home as well. Sumdog is a a fun and interactive way to help your child progress and practise the skills learnt in class.

Every child also has access to timestablesrockstars. This website allows children to practise their times tables at home and at school. It is now a requirement that children know all the multiplication and division facts for all multiplication up to 12x12 by year 4.

Please come and see us if your child has forgotten or lost their passwords for these websites, if you have any questions or if you would like help in supporting learning at home.

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