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Class 8 & 9


Welcome to Class 8 & 9

Year 3

Class 8 – Miss Shaw –

Class 9 – Mrs Davis –

TAs - Miss Highfield, Mrs Kirk and Mr Jenkins

It has been wonderful to welcome the children back after the Easter break ready for another exciting term together. Keep checking our class page for updates and our twitter account for regular updates on our learning journey through year 3.



PE Information


Our PE day is Thursday.

Please tie long hair back and remove any jewellery.


We kindly ask that children come into school in PE kits on this day.


PE kit should include: White or blue t-shirt, joggers, jumper/jacket and trainers.


For further information on swimming please click the PE link at the top of the page.

Summer Term Project - Discover

How Does The Past Influence Our Future?

During summer term we will be focussing on our big question, 'How does the past influence our future?' This will include a special visitor!

Within our project lesson we will learn which of the Roman tactics helped them to defeat their enemy. We will also look at the revolt of Boudica before comparing Roman soldiers to soldiers of today. 

The children have already started asking questions like, 'What did the Romans eat?' and 'Which country did the Romans invade first?' We will, together, find the answers to these questions and many more along the way.




Spring Term Project - Create

Why Makes Art Great?

Over spring term we will be focussing on our create project, 'What Makes Art Great?' We will be looking at famous artist from around the world. As our project takes off we will be incorporating a range of wider curriculum subject objectives including art and DT. Mrs Maker will be supporting the children to create their own master pieces and we hope to complete with welcoming you to our classrooms to explore the childrens' artwork and celebrating their success.


Autumn Term

Explore Project


Over the Autumn term we will be focussing on our explore project, 'What makes the United Kingdom unique?' We will be looking at the countries that make up the UK and the cities within each country. As our project takes off, the children will take charge and research a country further. They will use their cross-curricular skills to create a portfolio to present to their peers. The research will aid the children to know more about famous landmarks, cultures and traditions. We are looking forward to seeing all of their finished work.