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St Pauls C of E (VA) Primary School

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St Pauls C of E (VA) Primary School


Year 3

Welcome to Year 3!

Class teachers: Mrs Charlotte Mezits (Monday-Thursday am) and Dr Alessandra Lombardi (Thursday pm-Friday)


Home School work


Some of you have let me know that you are running out of books! That's not good - it's so important to keep reading or listening to books and stories. Don't forget Oxford Owl.

If you go to My Class Log in and type in

username: 2020year3

password: Stig


Also, there are many more free e-books available - have a look through this pdf document for some suggestions.



You can now revise or learn French watching mini-lessons on BBC bitesize on iPlayer. It only started last week so you can quickly catch up with them.The link is in the file below.  

My new class! They don't seem to have good ideas like you do. Spot the new pupil in the last photo.

**NEWS from the Museum of ZOOLOGY**

The team at the Museum of Zoology have been digitising and creating a bank of resources and activities that can be accessed from home. Here is the link:





Archive 2018-2019 below


Prior Year (2017-18) Information

Welcome to Year 3!


Happy New Year and welcome to the year of the dog!


We hope that you all had fabulous Christmas holidays, whether it was meeting up with friends and family or just spending time at home.


Our topic this half term is called ‘Does the Earth shake, rattle and roll?’ Watch this space for photographs of us carrying out work and activities relating to this and any information about our topic.


Curriculum Overview



On the last day before our half term holiday we had a 'dress up day' to raise money for our charity S.T.A.G.G set up by a group of Year 6 children. The money that we raised goes to Woodgreen Animal Shelter and W.W.F.


Towards the end of the first half of the Spring term, we have been looking at geometry. We carried out a Mastery activity which involved us making some 2d shapes on a geoboard and then describing them using vocabulary such as: perpendicular, parallel, obtuse, acute and right angles. 


In Maths we have been looking at place value and what each digit in a number is worth. We found an excellent game that we greatly enjoyed playing that you might enjoy playing at home - all you need is a dice. 

Here are some photos of our emotions whilst playing this game!

This is the web link to the game that we were using.


We have been looking at the work of different artists and have investigated mixing colours, printing with our fingers to create an impressionist style and creating swirls with brushes and fingers to create a Van Gogh style picture. We are really happy with our results.