Welcome to Year Three's Web Page 2020/21

Your teacher this year is Mrs Smith Butler, supported by our Teaching Assistants Miss Young and Mrs Corke.

Our aim is to have a friendly classroom, where we trust and respect one another and have fun learning.

We work as a team to support each other in all we do, so that we can achieve to the best of our ability.


In Year Three we strive to have high standards and expect that children:

  • Arrive promptly to school each day for 8.50am registration.
  • Wear the correct uniform to school, including having the correct PE kit.
  • Complete homework that is set, which includes, maths, spellings and learning log activities.
  • To read at home at least three times a week to an adult and bring in their reading books on Mondays and Thursdays.


Year Three Statutory Spellings

Please practise from the list below. How many can you get right?



Spellings will be sent out on Class Dojo on a Friday and are expected to be practised at home, as the children will take their spelling test on Fridays. 


Maths homework is to practise on Times Table Rockstars AT LEAST four times a week. This will be monitored in school and children will have a times table test on a Monday morning.


Learning Logs will be handed out every other Friday and is due back two weeks later on the Thursday. Dates for returning Learning Logs will always be given alongside the work needed doing.

Learning logs will be self and peered assessed through our homework gallery



Homework is overseen by the class teacher and is recorded in homework books.


We will link our English lessons to our topic. We will be writing a Character Description, a letter of complaint and instructions on how to make a potion.

In our writing, we will be aiming to develop our grammar. We will practise using more descriptive language, such as adjectives, expanded noun phrases and subordinate clauses. We will look at how we can include verbs and adverbs to make our writing more powerful. As a school, we are developing writing skills using Alan Peat tools, through this scheme, Year 3 will work on using repetitive language, questions and detailed description.


Children will also have opportunity to proof read their work and redraft to up-level it.


If you would like to practise building your skills, take a look at the links below.





We are doing lots of work on the times tables, we will have a class challenge to learn all of our times tables by the end of the year. Times Table Rock Stars is a fantastic tool, paid for by the school, to help children learn their times tables. It can be accessed by clicking on this link: Times Table Rockstars 

NB - every child has their own username and password to access this  website. If you have problems accessing it, please contact Mrs Jaques.


We will be focussing on all time tables this half term, including division facts.

Please practise your times tables at home. Try and think of all the different places you could practise - whilst walking to school, whilst brushing your teeth or whilst eating ice cream!

You can practice your times tables on the games if you follow the link below.  



Throughout this half term we will be gaining confidence in numbers, using Power Maths to help us learn how to read bar charts and work on time.


If you want to practise at home, please use the links below for some fun maths games: