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Year 3

Welcome to Year 3!

Our class teachers for 2019-2020:


Mrs Quainton (Monday to Wednesday) and Mrs Baker (Thursday and Friday) in Ash Class


Miss Osborn in Oak Class.


Our LSA (Learning Support Assistants support the class teachers) is Miss Sells.


Our SSAs (Special Support Assistants work with an individual named child) are Mrs Jukes and Mrs McCarthy.


Our Year 3 Class Parent Reps are TBC (Ash Parent Reps) and TBC (Oak Parent Reps).

Academic Year 2019-2020


(to be updated - this information is from last academic year)


Pencil Cases


Year 3 children do not need pencil cases for the first term but parents will be told when they need to start bringing in their own pencil cases. 


Recommended contents: Writing pencils, sharpener (type that holds sharpenings), rubber, colouring pencils, ruler, gluestick. Please label as many of the items as possible and please do not purchase expensive versions of any of these items.




  • PE and Games will be held on Monday afternoon. Please ensure your child has their PE kit at school ready for use and that all clothing is clearly named.
  • Children will require a named water bottle in school every day.
  • Children may bring a snack of fruit or vegetable to eat during morning break. This should be kept in their school bag, separate to their lunch box.
  • If you are interested in helping out with the Library, please contact the office and they will add you to the rota.
  • If you are available to hear children read, please contact the ‘Class Parent’




  • Each week the children will either be set a piece of maths homework on a sheet in their maths homework book or online. Maths homework will usually take around 30 minutes. Maths homework will be sent out in a separate maths book. This will be set on a Thursday and due in on a Monday.
  • Learning logs will initially be set fortnightly and should take an hour to complete over the two weeks.
  • Please endeavour to read with your child 3 times a week and record it in the reading record.
  • Spelling lists will be set via the school’s ‘Spelling Jotter’ which can be found on the school website. Spellings will be taught and practised in school in addition to at home.
  • 5² mental maths weekly practise


Please ensure that you write a comment in your child’s homework book if you have any questions or comments. This way we will know how you are getting on. We will respond to these comments and questions. For further guidance and support please go to the homework and learning logs area of our website at:


Junior School Homework Email Addresses:


Each class in the Junior School now has an email address to use to send in electronic versions of homework. These are only for sending in homework and no emails will be replied to so please do not use these addresses to communicate with staff.


Year 3: or


For further guidance and support please go to the homework and learning logs area of our website.