Hello Year 3! 

Here are some useful links for you to use whilst you are learning at home. We will continue to post regularly on Dojo but you might find it helpful to have all the links in one place rather than scrolling through to find what you need. 

We will add more over the coming weeks as well as setting activities via Portfolios on Dojo. 

In addition to your school activities, please take time to do some exercise, relax and have fun playing.

Stay safe and keep smiling!

From Mrs Atkin, Mrs McCready and Mrs Melia.

Oxford Owl offer free ebooks linked to your child's age/level. There are also some other home learning activities available too:



Audible are offering free stories for children:

IMPORTANT: Please check that your child is selecting age appropriate material - books on offer range from 'Littlest Readers' all the way up to 'Teen'.



Watch and learn about different animals via live webcams from Edinburgh zoo:



Excellent resources for Maths - videos and work specific to each year group:



A range of resources for all different subjects and year groups - Twinkl:



Activities for Maths and English:


Under ‘Learning’ there is a tab for Maths and English with lots of activities for 

each objective.

Free weekly 'Learning at Home' packs for each year group:


Fancy practising your French skills or spending some time learning another language? Check out Duolingo:


Internet safety - a brilliant resource for parents/carers to use with your children to support them with their online safety:


Please note: there are different resource packs for different age brackets. Please have a look to see which pack you feel is most appropriate for your children. We recently used some different resources in class from the 5-7s section for the Year 3 children as we felt they were more age-appropriate.




Year 3 class page

Welcome to Year 3 

Our topic this term is Fur, Feathers and Scales. We will be visiting The Yorkshire Wildlife Park where the children will gain first hand experiences and get up close and personal with a variety of animals. I'm sure we will have a fantastic day and produce lots of wonderful work following our visit.  

Homework - this will be sent out on a Friday (Numeracy or Reading focus) and is due in the following Wednesday.

Spellings will be sent home on Wednesdays in your child's spelling log book. These will consist of 5 words from the current week's spelling rule plus 5 statutory words. The children will be tested on the rule, not necessarily the 5 words that have been set. This is to ensure that the children learn the rule in order to apply it in their writing across the curriculum. The rule for each week is printed in the log book.

Please click on the link below for a copy of the Year 3 Statutory spellings.

Year 3 Statutory Spellings



Your children are becoming fluent and expressive readers, but understanding the text that they are reading is just as important. Please use the bookmarks provided to help you question your child's understanding of the book they are reading and encourage them to talk about what they have read. We ask that you aim to read with your child 5 times per week - remember this can include a range of reading material e.g. magazines, comics, a recipe etc. We know that finding the time can be tricky, but even a 5 minute read can make a difference! There will be reading incentives throughout the year. Please remember to sign your child's book and ensure they bring it into school every Friday. 


Our PE lessons for the Autumn term will be Tennis on a Monday and Hockey on a Thursday.  Please ensure children have indoor and outdoor kit, which is clearly named, in school all week. 


If you have any worries or questions, just pop in at the end of the day.


Thank you for your continued support,

Mrs Atkin and Mrs McCready

Please click here to view the Y3 Curriculum Plan for 2019-20

Here are some policies which parents of children in Y3 may find useful

Reading Policy

SPAG policy

Maths Policy