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Year 3

Hello to all my lovely children!


I hope you are ok and enjoyed the nice weather at the weekend?


Well, it's our last week together.  What a year it's been!  It was so lovely to see so many of you last week too.  You have all been amazing over this very strange time, but slowly things are becoming a bit more normal again.

The learning this week is for the whole week.  There are two lots of maths, the ones with days of the week on them are extra activities if you finish the set work.  It's all extra practise for you.


Spelling frame has lots of different activities on it.  The words are broken down in parts which really helps with learning how to spell a word.  Please try and keep this up over the summer.  Just so you don't lose all the fantastic work you've built up over the last year on spellings.


Make sure you are keeping up with your reading!  There are lots of audio books to listen to as well.  This is really important for all your work so try try try over the summer to do lots of reading.  Maybe you could send me a photo of you reading a book in an unusual place!


Online ebooks – lots of free online books to read



If you have any stories about what you have been doing, please email me, I love hearing from you, even during the summer.

Please email - and put Mrs Lewis in the subject.  If you want help with ANYTHING or want a chat, please let me know.  


Have fun over the summer holidays and I look forward to seeing you around school in September.  You have all been the most fabulous class for me, I am going to miss you all so much.  You will love Mrs Ofosu x.


Lots of love, Mrs Lewis x


Tiger Swallowtails - we critiqued our work, look at the results!

Look at the amazing work the children have done with metaphors this week!! I'm very proud of them x

Week of 1st June - Maths

The children love doing their writing by candle light and classical music x

World book day

Romans invade Nash Mills!!

Guidance For Parents

Our visit to Watermill care home, learning poetry with the residents

Autumn Term


English - We have been learning the story "stone age boy" and then writing our own danger stories.  The first part is to story map it.



Open Morning performing "The sound collector"

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