Class 3 is for children in years 3 and 4. This year we have 18 children in our class - 8 in year 3 and 10 in year 4. Our teacher is Mrs Surgett and teaching assistants who help us in the day are Mrs Fullwood, Mrs Moore and Mrs Young. We are also lucky to have volunteers who come into school to help us with our learning.
Every morning we enjoy English and Maths lessons. Other subjects are usually taught in the afternoons, although we often take part in cross-curricular topic learning such as our Robot, Rainforest and Ancient Romans topics. We like to take our learning outdoors into the school grounds and our class garden as often as we can.

We enjoy trips out of school and welcome visitors into class to further our learning. Last year we visited St Albans Cathedral to learn all about the Anglo-Saxons and we had great fun when we were evacuated to Holdenby House during our World War 2 topic. Some of us also take part in Class 3ís annual residential trip to Grafham Water in the Summer Term.
We enjoy PE twice a week and swimming every fortnight on a Tuesday afternoon. We have music lessons where we have fun singing and learning to play different instruments; we enjoy giving concerts to share our music with others.  Children can take part in inter-schools sports tournaments throughout the year. We also have a regular weekly French lesson. Our learning logs which contain a homework project and mental maths targets are given out on a Friday and should be handed in the following Wednesday. We are encouraged to read at home at least four times a week and have a list of spellings to learn each week.
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Summer newspaper

Welcome to Class 3

Autumn 2017 Curriculum
Long term planning