YEAR 3

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Welcome to Year 3

Welcome to Year 3!

Welcome to our Year 3 class with Miss Miller!

We are very busy in Year 3.
We will be learning about Anglo Saxon invaders, investigating plants and people in science and also starting to learn how to play a baritone or  cornet. In addition we will start to learn a new language. We will still be doing Maths and English every day and we may even fit in a bit of PE…and don’t forget to bring your best singing voice!

 

 

Class Blog

P.E. Days

The following days are P.E. days for your child’s class (with the exception of next week when all children need kit on every day for sports week): Reception – Friday Year 1 – Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday Year 2 – Tuesday & Wednesday Year 3 – Wednesday &...

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Wear a Hat Day

Friday 8th June 2018 is ‘Wear a Hat Day’ here at Stead Lane to raise money for Brain Tumour Research. Children may come to school wearing a hat and make a donation. School uniform must also be worn on this day. Thank you.

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Year 3 & Miniband at Woodhorn

Today our year 3 children and members of the school miniband are performing with lots of other schools in a special celebration ‘Brass is Back’ at Woodhorn Colliery. The children have worked hard all year to develop their musical talents – I hope those of you that...

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Year 3/4 Tennis Tournament

Well done to all the children from year 3 and year 4 who represented Stead Lane on Thursday at the tennis tournament. Out of 8 schools, our year 3’s came second and year 4’s came third – we’ll see you at Wimbledon in a few years time!

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Year 3 & Mini-Band Woodhorn Visit

This visit is on Friday 25th May, if you have not already done so, please complete and return your child’s consent form and SV5 to allow your child to take part. We also require two parent helpers for the visit. If you are willing to help out please let a member of...

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Oxford Owl Resources

Discover expert advice, educational resources and free eBooks to support children’s learning at home from Oxford University Press (which we use in school) by following the link below and logging in with your child’s class details. https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/...

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