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Class 3 2019 - 2020

Miss Smith

Mrs Freeman

Mrs Naden


Dear Parents and Carers, 

Welcome to a fun packed year in Class 3 at St Anne’s Fulshaw.

Here is an overview of our topics for the year:

Autumn 1 - Who lives in a place like this?

Autumn 2 - Rampaging Romans

Spring 1 - Global (America)

Spring 2 - Terrific Tudors

Summer 1 - Savage Stone Age

Summer 2 - Our World and Space


Please make a note of the ‘Meet the Teacher Evening’ which is on Tuesday 17th September. Choose from one of the following sessions: 5:00pm, 5:20pm or 5:40pm. I look forward to talking to you about the themes Class 3 will be covering this year.



During the first half term we will be exploring different versions of Jack and the Beanstalk, focussing on story sequencing, speech and instructions. Before Christmas we shall read George’s Marvellous Medicine and focus on descriptions and diary entries.



Please encourage your child to read for 15 minutes a night. Your child has a Reading Diary to record page numbers etc. and this can be signed by a parent /carer or a child on a daily basis and must be handed in to be checked. If you do not have time to read due to clubs etc please write this in the reading diary.



The children will be covering a range of units from the maths national curriculum. This term we shall be looking at place value, addition and subtraction, multiplication, division and pictograms.



Science will be taught once a week. This term we will be looking at living things and their habitats and animals including humans.



Art takes place once a week, this term we shall be looking at optical illusions and making our very own roman mosaics.



This term we shall be looking at where cities are and how to locate them on a map. We shall also be investigating why the Romans invaded Britain.



PE will be taught on a Tuesday morning and a Friday afternoon. Children will need the following kit: black shorts; green logo T-shirt; socks and spare socks, black joggers /tracksuit and jumper, black fleece or skins (ideal for winter) pumps or trainers, a carrier bag for wet clothing and bobbles (girls). All children must now have shin pads in their PE bags. 

We will be starting with outdoor athletics and invasion games.



Music will be taught on a Wednesday morning.



Maths, literacy and spelling homework will be given out every Friday and all work should be handed in on or before the following Thursday. Spelling tests will take place on Fridays.

Maths: 1 page of mental maths book

Literacy/topic: complete activity/worksheet provided.

Spelling: Practise these in whichever way works best for your child. 



Computing will be taught on a Tuesday morning and will cover coding and debugging programmes.



German will be taught by Herr Jones from WHS (Year 3 only).


In Class 3 your child will be expected to follow a set of class rules.

Be a good listener to allow ourselves and others to learn.

Use our manners and treat others how we want to be treated.

Work quietly and do not disturb others.

Try new things, take risks and make mistakes.

Always be ready to learn, honest and helpful.


If you do need to talk to me before, then please arrange an appointment or catch me after school. 

Many thanks, 

Miss Cat Smith




Useful links:


Learn about contractions with this game

Learn about sentences with this fun game

Are you an adjective detective?

Do you know your common exception words?



Have some fun with tens and ones but don't sink your boat!

Addition challenge - can you do it?

Addition pyramid

Quick fire times tables - are you fast enough?

Can you order the numbers?

Can you guess the number?

Can you tell the time?

Do you know your times tables?










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Contact the School

St Anne's Fulshaw CE Primary

Nursery Lane,

Main Contact: Mrs Wendy Clark (Admin Officer)

Tel: 01625 523536
Fax: 01625 522837