Year 3

    Welcome to Year 3

    It is our goal to provide all pupils with an educationally challenging, yet fun, experience in Year 3.

    There are high expectations for your child and we will do all that we can to help your child achieve those expectations. We require children to be active learners and take responsibility for their learning.  They can do this at home by reading and completing homework.  In school, they will be required to listen, follow our school rules and complete their tasks to the best of their ability. 

    We look forward to your active participation both in your child’s development and interaction with us. I am confident this procedure will lead to the improvement in your child in every aspect of his/her life.  By working together we will be able to better meet the needs of your child.

    Mrs Chaggar.

    Lower KS2 Phase Leader 

     

    Here's the term plan for this academic year showing the main subjects and topics that we will be exploring.Long Term Plans 2016/17

    Here's a more detailed look at our Summer  Term. To download, click on it

    Topic Web Summer 1

    Click on the link below to read our latest school newsletters.

    Newsletters

    At the end of the day, the most overwhelming key to the child's success is ​the positive involvement of parents.

    At Cherry Lane we understand that learning is a partnership between home and school.  During the year we are likely to run a number of parent workshops to assist you in helping your child at home.  Look out for these opportunities.

    Purple Mash is an exciting and safe online environment where children can get involved in all sorts of creative projects to support their learning in Literacy, Maths, Science, Computing, History, Geography, RE, Art, Music, and Design and Technology.

    Your child has a Username and Password to access their Purple Mash account from home.

    This personal login is unique to them and will enable them to access the different activities Purple Mash has to offer and to complete any homework that has been set by the class teacher.  Please click on the image below to access the materials.

    Writing Skills

    Click on this handy little guide to help you help your child develop their early writing skills. Do talk to us about any thoughts you may have or advice you may need.

    How can I help my child develop their early writing skills

    Maths support 

    The maths work your child is doing at school may look very different to the kind of sums you remember. Click on this useful little guide may help you with the differences and help you support your child's learning.

    Maths resources

    Reading

    Here are some helpful tips to make reading fun at home. Click below to download a copy. 

    Reading Resources
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