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Year 3

Welcome to Year 3


But those who trust in the Lord will find new strength. They will soar high on wings like eagles. They will run and not grow weary. They will walk and not faint.

Isaiah 40:31



Mrs Davies and Mrs McBride welcome you to our class page for 2021 - 2022. We are very excited to be working with you and look forward to the year ahead!

Autumn Term



Dates for Your Autumn Diary


Autumn 1


  • Friday 17thSeptember: St. Robert Bellarmine’s Feast Day 
  • Friday 24thSeptember: Macmillan Coffee Morning
  • Wednesday 29thOctober: Y3 Play in a Day: The Stone Age
  • Friday 1st October: Non-uniform day (unwanted gifts)
  • Friday 8th October: Wear yellow for mental health awareness
  • Thursday 21st October: Pupil Progress calls
  • Friday 22nd October: Wear red or blue for say no to racism day
  • Friday 22nd October: School closes for half-term (3pm)


Autumn 2


  • Tuesday 2nd November: school reopens
  • Friday 19th November: Non-uniform day (Children in Need)
  • Monday 22nd November: DT textiles week
  • Friday 26th November: Non-uniform day (chocolates)
  • Wednesday 1st December: ‘Trashion’ Show
  • Friday 3rd December: Non-uniform day (bottles)
  • Friday 10th December: Xmas jumper day and Santa Dash
  • Tuesday 21st December: Christmas party
  • Tuesday 21st December: School closes for Christmas (1:30pm)

St Robert Bellarmine Feast Day - RE/Collective Worship

We gathered together for Collective Worship to celebrate the life of St Robert Bellarmine. We learnt about his early life and how he helped so many people throughout his lifetime.


Macmillan Cake Sale - PSHE

Yr3 donated very generously to raise money for Macmillan. We had a lovely morning and as a school raised an amazing £1000

Play in a day - English/History

We spent the day with Altru Drama learning all about Stone Age Britain. We helped write and then performed a play based on what we had learnt in just one day. The children were amazing and gave a great performance at the end!

Hello Yellow - PSHE

To raise awareness of mental health we wore yellow and discussed ways in which we can have positive mental health. Our big message is to treat everybody with kindness including ourselves. We talked about all the things that make us happy - there are lots!

Light and Shadows - Science

In science we are learning all about light sources and shadows. We spent some time investigating how shadows are formed and which type of objects make the best shadows! We learnt that when light hits an opaque object, light is blocked and a shadow is formed on the opposite side. Do you like our shadows?! 

Book Character Fun Run - English/PSHE/PE

Our fun run theme was all about characters from books. We chose our favourite characters and ran a fantastic course dressed up. All the sponsor money raised will be used to buy new books for our school. Thank you everyone for your generosity!

Harvest Festival - Collective Worship

Year 3 led our collective worship for the Harvest Festival. We gathered together to think about how our small actions can make a difference to other people our community. We thanked God for the farmers and their harvest, the Sun and the rain and very importantly, our families who donated lots of items for the foodbank to help people less fortunate than us in Sefton. Thank you everyone.

Say No To Racism - PSHE

We wore red and blue to say 'NO' to racism. We discussed how everyone should be treated fairly and that we should treat others the way we would like to be treated. Racism does not have a voice in our school community and we will not tolerate it in any form. 

Remembrance Day - Collective Worship

We gathered to remember and pay our respects to fallen heroes and their families. We talked about the significance of wearing a red poppy and why it was so important to remember. We said prayers and reflected quietly.

Anti-bullying week - PSHE

For this year's anti-bullying campaign we wore odd socks to celebrate our individuality and uniqueness. This was linked to all the work we did during our 'friendship fortnight.' We talked about how important it is to be inclusive and kind.