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Class 3 2020 - 2021

Miss Smith

Mrs Naden

Mrs Williamson

Mrs Coppock

Mrs Yates

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: Bonfire Night and The Great Fire of London

Autumn 2: Wonderful Weather

Spring 1: Global - TBC

Spring 2: The Bronze Age and Iron Age

Summer 1: Journeys (food)

Summer 2: Holidays and Coasts



During the first half term we will be exploring the book ‘The Night Gardener’ by Terry Fan focussing on writing a setting narrative and diary entries. Next half term we shall be looking at ‘The Bog Baby’ where we will be writing a finding narrative and some instructions. 


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. Due to the current situation we will be sending reading diaries and books home on a Monday to be returned the following Friday. 


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 and multiplication and division. 


Science will be taught once a week. This term we will be looking at materials and their properties and the senses. 


Art takes place once a week, this term we shall be looking at artwork inspired by the Great Fire of London and building Tudor houses. 


This term we shall be looking at Bonfire Night and The Great Fire of London and Wonderful Weather. 


PE will be taught on a Wednesday 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 speed, agility and quickness and throwing and catching.

PE bags need to be in school on Monday and sent home on Friday to be washed.


Music will be taught on a Tuesday morning.


Maths – 1 page on mental maths book per week.

Topic – OPTIONAL activities will be set out in a grid for you to choose which ones (if any) you would like to complete.

The return date for this will be written in the homework books. 

Spelling – new spelling list will be sent out on a Friday. Please practise these in whichever way works best for your child. 


Computing will be taught on a Wednesday 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 send me an email.


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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St Anne's Fulshaw CE Primary

Nursery Lane,

Main Contact: Mrs Wendy Clark (Admin Officer)

Tel: 01625 523536
Fax: 01625 522837