Year 3


3P James  3Ph Alexander  3Pr James

                 writing                    reading                      maths

     Writing non-negotiables     Reading non-negotiables      Maths non-negotiables

rsz_spelling_list RYear 3 spellings      rsz_grammar_link   Year 3 grammar glossary   Grammar Coverage

maths  Progression ladders

Addition progression ladder  Subtraction progression ladder  Multiplication progression ladder  Division progression ladder

Topic maps, homework and newsletters

Meet the teacher presentation 2018/2019

Autumn 1 documents

Dragonology Topic Map

Dragonology Homework 1

Dragonology Newsletter


Autumn 2 documents


Dragonology Topic Map



Dragonology Homework 2


Homework letter 

Newsletter out at the end of term

Same topic as last half term due to the children being so enthused over the dragons, but there is new homework set for Autumn 2

Autumn 2 2018/2019 Dragonology continued

year 3 aut 2 hw

Autumn 1 2018/2019 Dragonology


Power Point

Year 3 have been in the Discovery Zone for the past 2 weeks exploring Power Point.  Many children have only used laptops and tablets so using a mouse was a tricky experience!  We looked at how to add text, online images and animations to make a power point about the things we like.  Here are a few examples;

OSCAR      Louis       ETHAN

chloe       Aniela        all about me bella

I have been impressed with the amount of children who are telling me that they have started to make power point presentations at home in their spare time.

E-Safety Posters  – Tell A Trusted Adult

Year 3 have worked hard using the keynote app.  It took us a few weeks to navigate around the app but we have produced some amazing posters along the theme of making sure you tell an adult if you are scared, worried or concerned when online.

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We read the story Penguinpig to introduce our E-safety topic.  The book focused on not believing everything we read on the web and also how we need to tell a trusted adult if we are worried, scared or concerned.  We each listed 5 trusted adults in our lives.

We used the app ‘Texting Story’ to introduce how we can approach trusted adults to ask for help and to confirm that adults will help us and support us.

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Year 3 are going on a Dragon Hunt, we’re gonna find a big one…..

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Summer 2 2017/2018 Ancient Egypt


Year 3 have been making 3D shapes with their bodies.



Year 3 are lucky enough to have lovely Mrs Everingham in, training them up to be Sport’s-Day superstars!


Summer 1 2017/2018 Miniscule to Mighty


Year3 enjoying the sunshine, doing some Andy Goldsworthy inspired art.


Year 3 are building skeletons!


Fractions in the sunshine!


Spring 2 2017/2018 Chocolate


 Year 3 quickly picked up today to create posters for ‘How to Shoot a Digital Photograph’. They used their own photos as part of the poster.



World Book Day

On Tuesday 6th March 2018, Frimley celebrated World Book Day by coming into school dresses as their favourite book character.  We had an amazing range of creative costumes and the whole school looked fantastic.

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Class text – Fintan Fedora

Year 3 have started on our text for this half term, Fintan is a walking disaster but great fun to hear about!!

ISBN is 978-1-407143-58-3 if anyone would like to get a copy to read with their children at home.

Spring 1 2017/2018 Rockin’ and Rollin’

Butser Ancient Farm 

On Thursday, Year 3 stepped back in time when they visited Butser Ancient Farm, nestled in the South Downs National Park. The children had a unique experience, exploring first hand ancient buildings based on real sites dating from Stone Age through to the Iron Age.

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At Butser farm we did some fantastic activities with amazing helpers. When we had finished our jobs we had lunch in an awesome hut, that I think stone- age people used a long time ago. In stone age times they had to kill animals for food, they also needed animal skins for warmth. For beds they used stone, not wood. Also for bedcovers they used animal skins, like the duvet covers we use today. After lunch we did another fun job called wattling, the other jobs were colouring in chalk and making gold rings that were made of gold wire, I loved making the gold rings. Next we all tried archaeology, I liked this because you got to dig in a square and find something, then you needed to scrub your object with a toothbrush, that’s why I like archaeology. By Jessica 3P

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Butser Ancient Farm is a wonderful, hands on experience, which brings History to life for both children and adults. The children have all gone home with some wonderful memories and such a deeper understanding of the Stone Age through to Iron Age.

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Autumn 2 2017/2018 Midsummer Night’s Dream

Tag rugby game


Rehearsals are well underway!

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Autumn 1 2017/2018 Dragonology