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Class 3

Welcome to Class Three - Year One!


Class 3 enjoyed Science Day where they investigated whether having bigger hands meant you could pick up more sweets. We also made rainbows using skittles.

Summer Homework Grid

Class Teacher: Miss Crossley

Class Teaching Assistants: Mrs Payne and Ms Austin

PPA cover on a Wednesday: Mr M Richards




In English this half term, we are looking at Stories with a Familiar Setting, with a focus on the story ‘Goat and Donkey in the Great Outdoors’. In Maths, we are looking at number and place value, addition and subtraction, capacity and volume, fractions, position and direction and shape. In History, we are learning about significant people, focusing on Learie Constantine and in Art we are learning about sculptures and collages. We are working on spreadsheets in Computing, learning about Christianity in RE and finding out all about living things and their habitats in Science.


Learning at home

Ensure you develop your learning further at home:

* Read daily and hand in your book when finished. 

*Go on Numbots to keep your maths skills sharp.

*Learn your spellings looking at the spelling rules.


Phonics Screening Check

The Year One Phonics Screening Check will take place between Monday 6 June to Friday 10 June. 

The Phonics Screening Test (Year 1) is an informal test each child in England takes. The test allows teachers and parents to see how a child is progressing in phonics


Online resources:

Class Dojo - for parental communication/reminders, photos of activities at school and find your spellings here.

Numbots - for keeping those maths skills sharp!

Reading Eggs - for extra reading ,spelling and grammar practice.


PE Days

Our PE days are Tuesday and Thursday. Please arrive to school in your PE kit:

Dark tracksuit bottoms

White t-shirt

Blue school jumper/cardigan/hoodie


Class Three Timetable - This may change but shows a typical week in Class Three!