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Year 3

 Year Three


Miss Jones, Mrs Rigby and Mr Nugent welcome you to our website! We will be adding lots of information and pictures for you to look at about what we have done so far and what is to come in the year ahead.


General Information


School starts with registration at 8:55am, please try to be prompt!


Dinner money is to be paid on a Monday and is £9 per week.


Please bring book bags in each day with reading books and reading records. Please try to read to an adult each night or take the opportunity to talk about what you're reading. We ask that they read at least 3 times a day and their reading records are checked on a Monday, Wednesday and Friday. 


Spellings will be given on a Monday, please put 10 of these words into sentences in your Literacy homework book to show understanding. Return Literacy homework to school on Tuesday. We now offer a Homework club to help with this on a Monday night! Spelling sheets are to be kept at home to practise for the test on Friday.


Finally Maths homework is given on a Friday to be returned on Monday.


We are all looking forward to the fantastic year ahead!

Light and Shadow investigations

Picasso Art Work

Our Fabulous Poetry! 


In Year 3 we have been studying lots of different and interesting poems.  We have used these models to inspire our own work. We have used poems such as:
- The Sound Collector 

- The Magic Box 
- Kenning Poems
- Nonsense Poems
- Gran Can you Rap?
Take a look below to see a range of our amazing poems...

British Values Assembly

In school we have been learning about the British Values and as part of this study we focused on Mutual Respect and Tolerance. As a class we explored what these meant, how we show these in school and why they are important! Have a look at our powerpoints.

A Midsummer Night's Dream Performance

Summer Newsletter

We had a brilliant trip to the Liverpool Docks and we went to try and uncover more information about the development of the Docks over time and how Liverpool has changed! We went to the Maritime museum and the Museum of Liverpool. We were lucky enough to have a tour of the History Detectives part of the Museum and this told us more about the fascinating history of Liverpool and the growth of the Docks. Afterwards within the Maritime museum we got to dress up and imagine we were emmigrating from Liverpool, travelling on the Shackamaxon, to New York! It was amazing!