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St Bernadette's Roman Catholic Primary School

Together we Learn. Together we Achieve. Together we grow in God's Love.

Our teacher is Mrs. Morton

and our Teaching Assistant is Miss Thurstan.

Meet the Teacher

  

 In Year 3 we follow the 5 W's and make sure that everyone feels WELCOME.

We share the WORD of God in all that we do and say.

We protect the WELFARE of our friends by thinking 'what would Jesus do'? 

We look out for one another and carry out the act of reconciliation to show that we care.

We WORSHIP together in class and in assemblies, sharing our prayers and thoughts with God.

We WITNESS the work and life of Jesus in our school every day.

 

Maths Calculation Help

Below you will find our calculation booklets for Y3 to help you understand how your child learns to calculate at

St Bernadette's. Additionally, you can access copies of our calculation evening presentation from last year. 

                                                                                         

                                Y3 Calculation Booklet                                                          Y3/4 Calculation Evening Slides

Spellings 

Please click the link for the statutory spelling lists for Years 3 and 4 and Years 1 and 2 (for revision). 

In Religion

We will be exploring different topics during our Religion lessons and Collective Worship:

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Collective Worship is a special time at St Bernadette's as it gives us all an opportunity to talk, reflect and pray together.

Our topic this half term is : Home.

Our Sacramental Journey

The children will decorate their First Holy Communion symbols this term for display in church.

The display will be available from January 2022.

Useful Information and parent videos, prepared by the Diocese, can also be accessed on Our Parish page.

Sacramental Programme Coronavirus Update

The Year 3 Sacramental Programme has been on hold due to Covid-19 restrictions. 

Following the latest government announcements and guidance, we are excited to start our programme again this year and will keep you updated the best we can. Please look out for communications via email and text.

Our Science Topic is

This topic will think like scientists, exploring what forces are and how they can move, stop or change the shape of an object. We will investigate friction and magnets as different types of contact and non-contact forces. Finally, the children will learn which materials are magnetic and how the north and south poles attract or repel. 

 

We are learning about... 

 History:

We will revisit the Stone Age, with some new learning! We are going to find out about some other periods in history too – the Bronze and Iron Age and highlight some of the major changes during this period. We will understand how the period from the Stone Age to the Iron Age fits into British History and put events in chronological order.

   

English

We are reading...

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 This term in English, we will be reading The Stone Age Boy by Satosji Kitamura.

We are learning about character and setting descriptions and begin to use Year 3 grammatical features to develop our writing.

We will use Talk for Writing methods to learn and bring he story to life. 

Our class Author is J.K. Rowling    

Our class Saint is Saint Cecilia

                                                                                                                       

Our Class Scientist is Mary Anning

Our class Artist is Matisse

Homework and useful links:

Please click here to access our Autumn Newsletter 2021.

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 Spellings and Maths assignments will be set weekly on a Friday.

Children can access Maths and Spelling Shed online from home.

Check journals for their username and password!

 

Times Tables practice: click on the icon

Encourage your child to play regularly and help them prepare for the new test in Y4.

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