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Welcome to Year Three!

We are a class of 19 children led by Mrs McNicholl and Mrs Stammer and assisted by Mrs Guiney. 

We love coming to school to see our friends and take part in fun lessons! We aim to work hard and try our best in every single lesson to achieve all of our targets.

We hope that you find our class page informative and enjoy seeing all of the exciting things we have been learning about in school. 


Week Beginning 6.7.20

Hi everybody. We are now in July and only a coulpe of weeks of year 3 left! Keep working hard for the last push.

Remember to keep up with TTRS and spelling shed. Write me a note on your blog or via the website email if you have forgotten any passwords.  

Your learning for this week is below yes

Mrs O'Kane has found some excellent sites to practise your music skills. Click the link: 


Feel free to Tweet us a picture or short video clip of your learning @StAugustinesCPS use #Y3homelearning

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Home Learning Activities

Please find below activities that can keep the children engaged in their learning when completing tasks at home. The lists and activities are by no means exhaustive but there are plenty here to stimulate, develop and aid with progression in learning. 

Rememeber you have access to Times Table Rock Stars, Spelling Shed, Bug Club and the school website.

Suggested Websites

Click on the icons to navigate to the home page of each website.

bbc bitesizechildrens university of manchesterclassroom secrets kidsliteracy shedoxford owlphonics playpobble 365primary homework helptopmarkstwinklwhite rose mathssumdog

Please note there are a number of companies at the moment making access to  learning materials free at the time of school closures. This is continually updating. A Google search should direct you to the correct content.

The school website, which the children all have their own individual log ins to, will be an important way for pupils and teachers to communicate and continually update learning. 

The school closures are not the same as the school holidays. It is important that between you and your children you develop a routine that enables learning, breaks, exercise and relaxation. 

Ensure that your child is selecting work that is age appropriate and at the right level of challenge- it should not be too easy there needs to be some challenge but, of course, not too hard.

A suggested amount of time for each subject per day can be found below:

Feel free to Tweet us a picture or short video clip of your learning @StAugustinesCPS use #Y3homelearning

It will be great to see how you are approaching your learning and taking advantage of all the different ways to do it at home- science experiments, cooking, maths through card games, gardening, writing letters or postcards to family members, learning to tell the time, Youtube tutorials to learn the guitar/ keyboard/ oragami/new ways to remember your times tables. Get active: walk the dog; Daily Mile; GoNoodle; HIIT workouts on Youtube. 

Autumn Learning Journey

Take a look at the interesting, fun, bet-you-didn't-know-that lessons that Year 3 have been taking part in from chronology, to grammar to Christian living.


Aspirations Week

Aspirations Week has encouraged the children to think differently about the world of work. They have considered a range of jobs, spoken directly to doctors, radio producers, scientists and actors and completed work around what they would like to be when they are older and what they might have to do to achieve thier goals for the future.

The children have put together short films to demonstrate what they have been learning about. 


Spring Learning Journey

Please also see our Twitter page for weekly pictures and comments about the children's learning.smiley

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