Welcome to Class Three

Class teacher: Miss Kayleigh Young

Teaching Assistants: Mrs Adams

Welcome back Class Three!

We hope you all had a lovely summer break and are ready for the exciting, busy term ahead.

Class information

Reading with your child is extremely beneficial to their learning. Daily reading is essential and discussing the texts with them helps to develop their reading comprehension skills. Please read daily with your child and sign their reading record.

Homework will be given out on a Friday and will need to be returned the following Wednesday. Please work together to make homework fun but it should be children’s own work.  Children should ensure it is completed to the best of their ability and neatly presented.

Spellings will be given each week and will need to be returned on Wednesday. We will practise these spellings with a spelling test every Friday.

PE is on Wednesdays. Children will come to school in their PE kit with a school jumper or cardigan and school shoes. We will change into outdoor shoes for PE. No earrings are to be worn during PE.

School uniform including PE kits, coats, outdoor shoes should all be labelled clearly. Your child will need to bring in a water bottle for school each day.

Autumn Term 2022
We will start Literacy by exploring fiction texts. We will be looking at the story ‘and tango makes three’. We will look at the structure of the story and the use of language, focusing on how adjectives are used to improve the story.

In Maths we be using maths mastery techniques to help us to develop a deeper understanding of mathematical concepts. We will spend some time exploring place value in depth before moving on to some addition and subtraction work.

In Science our first unit of work is ‘Amazing me’ which is all about living things – animals and humans. We will be learning about living things change and grow over time. Later in the term we will complete a unit of work called ‘wild weather’ where we will explore weather and seasonal changes.

During RE sessions we will be learning about Harvest, Diwali and Christmas.


We will be learning about The Plague and The Great Fire of London. We will learn about the significant facts of each of these events and the impact they had on each other.

In music we will be completing a units of work based on the song  ‘Hey You’, looking at rhythm and adding instruments to a song.

In ICT we will be focusing significantly on e-safety. We will also be learning to navigate Purple Mash confidently and about the different uses of technology.

We will be exploring portraits and will look closely at the work of Thomas Gainsborough.