Year 3

Welcome to Year 3. Please click on the link to the left to access your class page.


Homework will be set each Friday and is due back the following Thursday of each week. Spellings will also be sent home each Friday and will be tested the following Thursday.

Homework for the children in all of Year 3 can be accessed through Google Classroom. Children can log on and access it through the ‘homework’ folder. When it is completed, click the ‘hand in’ button for it to be marked.


Please spend some time to go through the slides and talk about the exciting activities that we will take part in with your children. We are exciting about our residential, but if you have any questions please email them to the office and we will get back to you. 
Foxhowl Meeting Power Point

Curriculum Maps and Parent Leaflets 

Curriculum Map – Summer 2

Curriculum Map – Summer 1

Curriculum Map – Spring 2

Curriculum Map – Spring 1

Curriculum Map – Autumn 2

Curriculum Map – Autumn 1

Parent Leaflet – Summer

Parent Leaflet – Spring

Parent Leaflet – Autumn

Subject Specific Vocabulary

Year 3 Autumn 1 – RE Vocabulary – Rules

Year 3 Autumn 1 – Science Vocabulary – Plants

Year 3 Autumn 1 – History Vocabulary – Stone Age, Bronze Age, Iron Age

Year 3 Summer 2 – RE Vocabulary – Called by God

Year 3 Summer 2 – Science Vocabulary – Rocks and Soils

Year 3 Summer 2 – Geography Vocabulary -Volcanoes and Earthquakes

Year 3 Summer 2 – PE Vocabulary – Athletics

Year 3 Summer 2 – PE Vocabulary – Softball

Year 3 Summer 2 – Computing Vocabulary – Clips

Year 3 Summer 2 – DT Vocabulary – 2D to 3D

Year 3 Summer 2 – PSHE Vocabulary

Learning Links

Below, you will find links to web sites that you may find useful to support your learning.


Practise place value

Hit the Button – number bonds and times tables

Practise times tables

2d Shape Patterns

Money – Can you make values? 

Telling the Time


Spooky Spellings

Writing speech


What is inference? 

New Release Book Reviews

Recommended reading list


History – Stone Age to Iron Age

History – Ancient Egyptians 

Science – Rocks and Soils

Science – Skeletons and Muscles

Science – Magnets

Europe Facts