Leonard's Learning Resources
Here you will find Y3 class learning resources and relevant information to view and download. Please check this page regularly for updates.
Welcome to Year 3 Autumn Term
Who’s teaching when?
Morning & Afternoon
Monday – Mr Green
Tuesday – Mrs Glover
Wednesday – Mrs Glover
Thursday – Mrs Glover
Friday – Mrs Glover
Mrs Paget will also be supporting Class 3.
Fruit and Milk
Children will need to bring in fruit for their snack-time as school does not provide it for the juniors. They will also need to bring in a water bottle which they can use throughout the day.
Our topics this term will be The Stone Age to the Iron Age and also Extreme Earth-Volcanoes; linking together with our Science topics of Animals including Humans and Rocks and Soils. PE Currently, children will need to wear their PE kits to school on PE days which will be Monday and Friday. Outdoor Learning Class 3 will be taking part in outdoor learning on a Monday. The children will need wellies/old trainers and a waterproof coat in school.
The reading challenge is to read at least 3 times a week. If the children read three times and have their reading record signed by an adult each time, they will work towards completing their reading passport. They will also contribute to our class reading percentage, where we compete against the rest of the school.
Homework including spellings will be first set on Friday the 18th of September and then set every Friday from then on. It will be due in on Thursday the following week. If homework hasn’t been set please can the children continue to practise their times tables and reading.
We will be using the computer/Ipads regularly in school to support our learning. If children have their own headphones at home please could they bring them in to use in class.
If any issues arise please do not hesitate to speak to Mrs Glover or Mrs Paget.
Thank you for your continued support.
• Practise handwriting
• Practise spelling and punctuation
• Write a story including paragraphs, speech marks and adjectives.
• Write an explanation text using headings, technical words and conjunctions
• Write a play script
• Read books
• Listen to and discuss stories
• Times tables
• Addition and subtraction
• Adding money and giving change
• Telling the time to the nearest 5 mins
• Recognising shape and factions
• Reading measures, perhaps baking
• Practise tying shoe laces
It is important to be vigilant and aware to keep your child safe online. Please refer to this Keeping Safe Online document for guidance.
Gloucestershire County Council Online Resources for Parents – Includes resources support for the following: mental health and wellbeing, curriculum, reading, writing, STEM, culture & creativity, PE & sport, SEN and geography & history.
BBC Bitesize KS2 Specific Lessons
Launch of the Oak National Academy online classroom and resource hub
Fun games and teaching resources about microbes and antibiotics
Learning About Online Safety at Home – Activity Packs