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Welcome to Class 3’s webpage!

What a busy and exciting year we have ahead of us!

We have many fabulous topics planned starting with Horrible Histories. We cannot wait to find out about historical events with a horrid (but not too horrid) twist!

Our timetable gives an overview as to what is taught each day and we stick to it as much as possible. But, as you will appreciate, we also need to be flexible to accommodate as many exciting opportunities as possible.


Just a few things to help the school day run smoothly ...

  • PE is on a Monday and Friday and all children will need a full PE kit including plimsolls and trainers. Children will not normally need to bring PE kit home until the end of term.


  • Children will bring their reading books home each night to read along with their reading diary. They will have the opportunity to change books, if read, on a daily basis. It would be of great help is you could sign your child’s reading diary indicating the pages read. We award house points for those readers who achieve at least 3 x signed homework reading sessions in a week and more than that = more house points.



  • Homework will be given out on a Friday and can be returned on any day. However, we do ask that it is returned by the following Thursday thus allowing time for marking prior to the giving out of new homework.


  • Spellings! Please note that your child’s spelling homework relates to specific National Curriculum statutory requirements. For your information, we are now copying the statement from this document onto the top of your child’s spelling list so that you are aware of what your children are expected to learn. We hope you find it as interesting as both we and your children do!


  • If you wish to chat about your child, or have any enquiries or concerns please come and chat to us or arrange an appointment. Please also be reassured that we will chat to you when we feel that a discussion would be helpful to you or your child.




We are delighted to provide you with our latest PSHE (Personal, social, health and education) curriculum. You may wish to chat to your child about what we have been learning and discussing each week.