Miss Limbert, Mr Mifflin, Miss Fleetwood and Mrs Green would like to say a huge hello to all of the children in Year Three.

Here is our web page which over this year will be a place to find information about and see examples of our learning.  

The Knowledge Organiser for our first topic, 'Scrumdiddlyumptious' is now available along with ideas for activities to do at home if you so wish. Also now available are this weeks Fridge Words.


Please note this year spellings and X-Factor sheets will be sent home on Tuesday for return the following Monday.

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Letters Home

Changing of Reading Books

We endeavour to offer the children an opportunity to change their reading books daily. On occasion this is not possible but we look to give the children chance to change as soon as we can. Many thanks.



Reading Focus:

In guided reading we are going to be exploring the stories 'The Stone Age Boy' and 'Stig of the Dump'.

Week Beginning 11/11/19

We are continuing to investigate our new story, 'Stone Age Boy'. This week we shall be meeting a new character.

Book Reviews 

A great way to share a book together at home is to complete a book review and discussing elements such as favourite or most disliked character, funniest, saddest part of the story and why?

Please find below copies of a book review sheet for fiction and one for non-fiction to print off and complete.

Fiction Review Sheet

Non-Fiction Review Sheet

Below is a sheet of suggested home learning activities that you may wish to look at. The activities are all related to our current topic of 'Tribal Tales'.

Please find below our topic organiser for Tribal Tales. Each child has had a copy to take home with them.

This year Year Three will be working  as ambassadors for the Christian Value "Thankfulness". Year Three were the first to promote their value through our Harvest assembly and Foodbank collection. We were impressed with how thoughtful, kind and generous the pupils were and how well they engage with the world around them. They are a credit to their families. Throughout the year we will be exploring the other values adopted by Sherrier pupils but we will be focusing on what it means to be a courageous in class, on the playground and at home. If your child impresses you with how they use their manners at home do share this with us by making a note in their Boomerang book so that we can celebrate it in class.
Christians read the Bible and are encouraged by these verses,
1Thessalonians 5:16-18Be joyful always, pray continually, give thanks in all circumstances, for this is God’s will for you in Christ Jesus. 

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Year Three

Please watch this space for news and event information.
Thankfulness at Sherrier School 
   In schools there are many opportunities to be generous with time and support, and many people who work in schools or support them give above and beyond the call of duty.  It is always important to remember to say thank you—especially for those things or those people that get taken for granted!     
   Saying “please and thank you” a matter of manners and is a real sentiment in your school life?
   Celebration and joyfulness built into the life of the school which is always clear on a Friday morning's Star of the Week
   Pupils are polite to all  adults in school such as cooks and playtime supervisors who are part of school life
   Pupils encouraged to be thankful for more than just material possessions

This term in Year Three:

We are now starting our first topic of the year 'Scrumdiddlyumptious'. We have now begun work on our own wishing stories, the children their first independent write of Year Three.



We are already progressing will through the first book of our Power Maths scheme. We are now moving into Unit 4 Multiplication and Division, we encourage you to help your child to learn their times table facts as this will be invaluable to them throughout this unit.


In Connected Curriculum this term our topic is Tribal Tales.

Take a moment to step outside and stand quietly and still. Turn off all your technology and try to forget the modern world. Imagine this place 5000 years ago. What would you have seen?

Head back to prehistoric times (it's a long time ago) to gather berries and hunt down dinner. Unearth ancient objects and visit astonishing mystical mountains that reveal the secrets of an ancient time.

Learn how the people of Britain developed over thousands of years, from the Stone Age to the Roman invasion.

Work as a tribe to build a seasonal monument to celebrate the coming of spring. Then sit quietly and reflect, waiting for the sunrise.

What tribal tales will you have to tell?







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Last Half Term in Y3

PE KIT - could you please try to ensure that your child has a full indoor and outdoor PE kit in school all term.

Currently there are children each week who do not have any or the correct kit to allow them to fully enjoy their PE lesson.

As a brief reminder, indoor kit is black shorts, a plain white t-shirt and plimsolls whilst outdoor kit is a pair of track suit trousers, a suitable top to go over the indoor kit and a pair of trainers.

Many Thanks the Year Three Team 

This term, PE days have changed in Year Three and will take place on two days per week. Both classes are having PE on a Monday and Thursday. Please ensure that children have kit in school each day of the week. If possible leave earrings at home on these days , if this is not possible they will need to be removed before or tape needs to be provided so that they can be covered,

Your child will need to hand their homework in every Monday and it will usually be issued on a Tuesday.

We endeavour to offer the children to change their book everyday, usually after lunch, however sometimes this is not possible but will be done as soon as possible.

Have any questions or queries? Please do not hesitate to speak to us at the door or drop us an email or tweet using the addressed below.

Last update: 2019-11-11