Year 3

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    The pupil of the week award goes to Harvey for his work on time , in maths and for trying hard to reduce the size of his handwriting. Keep it up!

    Well done!


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    Spring 1 Week 1 homework

    Spring 1 Week 1 homework

    Happy New Year to you all.
    This week’s Maths homework is finding examples of 3D shapes around the home and recording some examples on the sheet.
    For Literacy this week, can they find an example of an advert that uses persuasive phrases to talk you into buying/visiting it. It can be a leaflet or advert from a magazine or newspaper (child appropriate of course).

    Spellings: revision of Y2 suffixes -ness and -ful

    Spring 1 Week 2 homework

    Spring 1 Week 2 homework

    This week’s Maths homework is to practise counting forwards and backwards in 8s (or 2s, depending on your group) as it links with our time table focus this half term.
    0 8 16 24 32 40 48 56 64 72 80 88 96
    In Literacy next week, we are reading a book that involves a superhero. Could they find or draw a picture of a superhero (they can make one up if they want to) and label their drawing with their super powers.

    Spelling pattern: suffix -less and -ly

    Spring 1 Week 3

    Spring 1 Week 3

    Next week, we are going back to telling the time. Any practise this week, in preparation will be gratefully received.
    I would like all the children to complete at least one activity from the reading journal activities for next week please. It doesn’t matter which one.

    Spelling pattern: prefixes sub- and tele-

    Spring 1 Week 4

    Spring 1 Week 4

    To support our work on time, I have set some challenges on MyMaths for children to complete.
    In Literacy, we are working on adventure stories. I would like the children to select one of the reading task activities and complete it based on their favourite adventure story. It doesn’t need to be a book from school.

    Spelling pattern:ch/s/ss pronounced as sh

    Links to online learning platforms:


    Active Learn

    This half terms newsletter

    newsletter Y3 Autumn 1 2017

    newsletter Y3 Spring 1 2018




    Thank you for all the effort in getting the children into their new routine. They are looking very smart in their uniform too.


    Thorn Grove Primary School
    Woodstock Avenue
    Cheadle Hulme
    SK8 7LD