Welcome to Year 3 Robert Peel
Class Teacher : Miss Palmer
Teaching assistant: Mrs Griffiths, Mrs Scrivens, Mrs Hargreaves, Mrs Garrett, Mrs Bennett.
Class Governor: Mrs Smith
PTFA link- Mrs Howe
PE lessons are on Monday and Tuesday afternoons.
Please ensure your child has their PE kit in school on these days.
Due to COVID we will not be learning the fife during the Autumn term.
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 'Our local area...Evesham!'
Click on the image above to find out more about Evesham's history.
Can you discuss and investigate...
What county is Evesham in?
What part of English is Evesham in?
Where is Evesham located on a map?
Is Evesham a village, town or city?
What are some historical landmarks in Evesham?
What statue is in Evesham?
How many miles is it from your house to the Statue of Eof?
What battle happened in Evesham?
Why was there a battle in Evesham?
How many churches are there in Evesham?
How many school are in Evesham?
Key vocabulary for our topic. Do you know what any of these words mean?
Click on the picture above to take you to Evesham on a map!
Our Science topic for this half term is 'Forces and Magnets'.
Click on the image above to discover more about magnets!
Key vocabulary for our science topic. Do you know what all these words mean?
Look at the picture above and think about which one has less friction? Click on the picture to find out more about friction!
Keep an eye out for any exciting news articles to discuss in class and display on our 'What's in the news?' board.
Click on the picture above to find out about current news stories.
Our theme for the news board this half term is 'geography'. Bring in any history news articles and you will be awarded with a dojo!
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.