Welcome to Year 3 – Kind Kangaroos and Gentle Giraffes

The Year 3 team for the 2019-20 academic year are:

Gentle Giraffes
Ms Chapra (Class Teacher)

Kind Kangaroos
Mr Allaway (Class Teacher)

Mrs Sharma (Year 3 LSA)

Home Learning 02.07.20

Science – New Topic – Light and Dark

Art Week – create your layered collage
BLM Art Week Year 3 LESSON 4 Plan Art

Topic – Ancient Greek and Roman Recipes to try (vg) and task sheet
Roman and Greek Recipes

The Romans Choose a Task Sheet

Maths – Time Problems
Watch The Clock

Dear Parents/Carers and Children,

We hope you stay safe and keep checking this page for any updated homework resources.

We look forward to seeing you all soon.

Thank you for your continued support and commitment,

Year 3 Team


PRE Homework for 22.05.2020

PRE Homework for 22.05.20 Year 3&4 – Lord Ram and the boatman

Dear Parents/Carers.

I hope that this message finds you in good health and consciousness. As part of our ongoing commitment to offering a balanced curriculum during these testing times, Mr Ananda and I have created some PRE homework and resources to support children with their PRE learning whilst at home Year 3 PRE Homework 31.03.20

Children can complete the activity/reflection in their homework books or create their own reflection book. This work will not be marked by the class teacher, but children can bring their work in when we return to school and discuss their reflections with Mr Ananda during their next PRE lesson. At this point, we have no clear directive from the Government as to when this will be.

Wishing you and your families well.

Regards, Mr Koorichh and Mr Ananda


Dear Parents and Children,

Easter holiday homework has now been uploaded to Google Classroom and sent to your children, with a due date of 20th April.

From the Year 3 Team, we wish you a happy holiday.

Year 3 Team

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Dear Parents/carers,

Please see the curriculum overviews below. Kindly have a look a the attached documents and discuss with your children what they have covered as they progress through the terms. At times, we may link subjects together for enhanced learning opportunities. Encourage your children to share what they have learnt from the overviews to enable meaningful and engaging conversations about their learning.

Year 3 Autumn 2 Curriculum Overview 2019-2020

Year 3 Autumn 2 Curriculum Overview 2019-2020

Year 3 Spring 1 Curriculum Overview 2019-2020 

Year 3 Spring 2 CIS 2019-20

Year 3 Summer 1 Curriculum Overview 2019-2020

Year 3 Summer 2 Curriculum Overview 2019-2020

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Dear soon to be year 3 children and parents,

Well done for completing an exceedingly difficult academic year. We are extremely impressed by your efforts in accessing learning while at home. You now have a long summer break to enjoy and prepare to return to school in September. We know many of you are keen to ensure your children are taking part in some learning over the break so that they retain the excellent teaching and learning that has taken place in previous years. Therefore, the year 3 teachers have provided some extra work for the summer holidays. We would like you to complete the character formation reflection and bring it to school on the first day, 3rd September, 2020. Practise SPAG, Handwriting and times tables through the work posted on Google Classroom and the school website, Year 3, 2020-2021 tab. This work is optional and children do not need to bring it to school. Continue to read daily and practise your times tables and spellings. Some children enjoy completing a written diary weekly to share with their teacher in September. Remember to take care and look after yourselves. We will see you all in September 2020.

Your Year 3 Teachers,
Ms Chapra and Mrs Pant

Character Development Summer Project

Multiplication Challenge – Colour

Activity Booklet – ANSWERS(a.v)

Activity Booklet (a.v)



Year 3 Holi, arrival of Spring 2nd March 2018

Year 3 performed a fantastic assembly for parents about Holi, the arrival of Spring. Their assembly was educational and interactive yet entertaining. Even Mr Craig had a part! The children spoke confidently about the story of Holika and Prahlad Maharaj as well as the deeper meaning behind Holi. They also sang sweet songs about springtime and danced despite the weather conditions at the time! It would seem that their wonderful singing actually led to the arrival of Spring.


Dhwani, “This assembly was special because it was about a very special time that Hindus celebrate.”
Kaylen, “When I said my line, I felt very proud of myself because I was speaking in front of lots of people.”
Aum, “When I was singing during the assembly, I felt happy and joyful.”
Dhruv Patel, “Even though I made a small mistake when I spoke, I was still proud of myself because I showed courage.”
Vanshi, “My two favourite parts of the performance were when the dancers were dancing beautifully and when some children were acting like Prahlad, Hiranyakashipu, Vishnu and Holika.”