In Year 3 pupils continue to work on developing the core skills across all curriculum areas. The priority remains for pupils to really extend those skills so they are demonstrating how they can transfer their knowledge and skills across subject areas and show much greater independence in their approach to their learning. Pupils will be expected to display an increasing depth of understanding across the curriculum in both their recorded work and verbal contributions.
There may be occasions when you need to speak with your child’s class teacher. For a brief informal query, the class teacher will be available at the end of the day once all the children have been dismissed. To arrange a formal appointment to meet with your child’s teacher please contact the school office. Staff members will always be available in the morning to pass on a message to your child’s teacher but it will not be possible to meet with teachers at this time of day.
To report an absence due to illness or other unforeseen circumstances, please contact the school office on each day of the absence. Alternatively, you can email Mrs Curry at CathyCurry@st-georgescofe-thanet.kent.sch.uk Please include details of your child's name, class and the reason for absence in your message.
In Year 3 pupils will work within Key Stage 2 of the National Curriculum on the following aspects:
- Spoken language
- Reading (word reading, comprehension)
- Writing (transcription, handwriting, composition, vocabulary, grammar & punctuation)
- Number (number & place value, addition & subtraction, multiplication & division, fractions)
- Geometry (properties of shapes, position & direction)
- Working scientifically
- Living things & their habitats
- Animals, including humans
- Uses of everyday materials
Design & Technology
Art & Design
|ordering numbers up to Th H T O||Click Here|
|Times Tables||Click Here|
Super for practising inputting answers ready for the Year 4 test of all times table facts
|Spelling common exception words and high frequency words||Click Here|
|using conjunctions to join ideas||Click Here|
|History video animations||Click Here|
|National Geographic for Kids||Click Here|
|Science - Magnets|
|Interactive game and quiz||Click Here|