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


Thursday 21st March - Mr Hathway came into class to talk to the children about his expeditions to Borneo, Malawi and Kenya.  The children were lucky enough to handle some objects he'd brought back from the Rainforest.  Thank you for helping to make this learning so interactive and meaningful to the children.

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Class 3 have a go at some Roman cooking


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Class 3 do yoga!

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