A smooth transition from Key Stage 1 to key Stage 2 is vital. Through joint class activities, the children come into Class 3 with confidence to tackle the challenges set for them.

  Work is based on a cross-curricular theme, following on from Class 2, but with a more formal approach. The learning can take many forms, such as writing, practical tasks and having visitors into school. Recently, we had a serving soldier, with full kit, visiting, so the class could draw comparisons with a modern soldier and a Roman soldier.

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Class 3 information from Miss Skelley

Class 3 Curriculum Letter Spring 2019

Class 3 Curriculum Letter Autumn 2018

 Class 3 Curriculum Letter Spring 2018

Class Teacher: Miss Skelley

Teaching  Assistants:  Mrs Barnby and Mrs Kent-Smith

Class 3 have a go at some Roman cooking






Class 3 do yoga!