Welcome to Year 3 Robert Peel
Class Teacher : Miss Palmer
Teaching assistant: Mrs Garrett, Mrs Scrivens, Mrs Hargreaves and Mrs Griffiths.
Class Governor: Mrs Holmes and Mrs Payne.
PTFA link- Mrs Howe and Mrs Bowen
PE lessons are on a Tuesday afternoon. On Thursday mornings we go swimming. Please ensure your child wears their swimming kit into school under their school uniform.
In the spring term we are learning the fife.
Homework will be set on a Friday to be returned on the following Thursday. Homework will always be sent out in green homework books.
Our topic this half term is 'Who were the Celts and how did they live?'.
Click on the image above to find out more about the Celts.
Can you discuss and investigate...
What time period did the Celts live in?
Which country did the Celts originate from?
How many countries did the Celts live in?
How did the Celts get food?
What houses did the Celts live in?
What clothes did the Celts wear?
How did the Celts protect their land?
What did the Celts invent?
What language did the Celts speak?
Who started a war with the Celts?
Key vocabulary for our topic. Do you know what any of these words mean?
Click on the picture above to learn more about where the Celts came from and travelled to!
Our Science topic for this half term is 'Rocks'.
Click on the image above to discover more about rocks!
Key vocabulary for our science topic. Do you know what all these words mean?
Look at the picture to learn about how different rocks are formed. Click on the picture for more fun facts!
This year our theme for inspiring people is 'People who help us'.
Year three’s inspiring person for this year is Sir Robert Peel.
Can you research to find out who Robert Peel is?
Robert Peel created the Metropolitan Police Force for London in 1829. The 1,000 constables employed were named 'bobbies' and originally 'peelers' after Robert's surname!
Please practise some spellings each week from the list below:
Our Class Author is Roald Dahl
Click on the picture of Roald Dahl to visit his website.
What can you find out about Roald Dahl?
Click on the images below to support your learning at home, My Maths and Rapid Reading.