Welcome to Year 3!
To find out what learning will take place during Year 3, please scroll down to find the Year 3 curriculum map. Take a deep diver into the learning within each topic during Year 3 by looking at our knowledge organisers for each subject- click on the relevant tab on the right-hand side of this page to access these.
St. Margaret's PE days are Monday and Friday.
St. Mark's PE days are ? and ?.
Children will need to wear their full All Saints' PE Kit to school on these days. Please be mindful of the weather and choose the most appropriate PE kit (tracksuit bottoms in winter and shorts in summer). Stud earrings and plain watches, if worn, must be removed for all PE lessons and sports activities.
Children wear their house colour T-Shirt for all PE lessons. Round neck coloured t-shirts can be bought from the school uniform shop or can be sourced elsewhere. When purchasing your child’s t-shirt, they should be round necked, completely plain and as close as possible to the shade of colour shown on the school uniform page.
Children should bring a pair of plimsolls or indoor trainers into school in their PE bag. These will be kept in school for the whole term, unless the shoes become too small, and we will send them home earlier.
Water Bottles & Snacks
Children must bring a water bottle to school to ensure they keep hydrated throughout the day. Water bottles must be clearly labelled with your child’s name.
Children have the option of bringing a healthy snack to eat at playtime- such as a piece of fruit/vegetables, rice cakes, crackers or a small sandwich. We are a nut free school, so no nuts are allowed to be brought onto the school premises.
Children are not to bring their own pencil case into school from home - all equipment your child requires for their learning will be provided by the school.
This will be set on Google Classroom on a Friday and must be 'turned in' by the following Friday. Please click the tab on the right-hand side of this page to find out the expectations for Year 3 and for the Google Classroom Parent Guide.
Start and the End of the School day.
Our school day starts at 8.45am. This allows the children time to settle and complete their Early Work, ready for their first lesson at 9am. Please ensure that your child arrives at school on time.
At the end of the day, Year 3 will be escorted down to the playground at 3:30 in-between the Year 1 classes. Children will remain with the teacher until the appropriate adult comes to collect them.
If a different adult is collecting your child please inform the school by e-mailing email@example.com.
There are numerous opportunities for you to join in with the life of the school in the following ways:
- Attending parent workshop opportunities
- Accompanying us on School Trips
- Volunteering in School
- Supporting the PTFA All Saints Events
- Autumn School Fair
- Koinonia Kafe (part of our 'Celebrating our Community Fortnight') (Autumn)
- Meet the teacher presentation (Autumn)
- Parents Evening (Autumn and Spring)
- Celebration Evening (Summer)
- Watching Sports Day (Summer)
All Saints’ is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. We expect all staff, governors, visitors, families and children to share this commitment. We have a Child Protection Policy and robust supporting procedures in place.
Parents and carers are encouraged to visit our Online Safety page on our website to find out how to keep your child(ren) safe online.
If you have any concerns about the well-being or safety of a child at our school or feel that something may be troubling them, you should share this information with an appropriate member of staff straight away.