Class Three

 Welcome to Class 3's webpage!

This is where you will find out information about the year, including newsletters, home learning, and updates on all the exciting things we are learning about in class 3.

If you ever have an questions or worries please do not hestitate to ask, my door is always open! 

Miss Veal

Home Learning

For your home learning I would like you to read at least 3 times a week! 


In addition, there will also be a weekly spelling list sent home based upon the sounds we have been exploring in class. Please see the table below to find out what sounds and words the children will be learning. 



(will be sent home to be tested the following week)

Sound Words To Learn

Prefix ‘re’

refill, reform, refresh, reuse, recycle
18.1.19 Suffix ‘ly’

bravely, suddenly, slightly

strangely, entirely

25.1.19 Suffix ‘ous’ poisonous, famous, adventurous, ridiculous, marvellous
1.2.19 Various words

Would, could, should, one, two

8.2.19 Various words. Where, when, who, what, why


Our current topic is... 

The Snail and the Whale 

After Christmas, Class 3 will be starting a new topic, ‘The Snail and the Whale’. This topic will be based on the much loved Julia Donaldson story about two unlikely friends who go on adventures around the world together. Most of our learning will involve this story and the themes surrounding it.

Snail and the whale wallpaper 263726



Keep scrolling to see our previous topics...

The Ruthless Romans

Our second topic in Class 3 is 'The Ruthless Romans'. This is a history-based topic that will allow us to explore how the Romans lived. We will look at Roman mythology and Gods, as well as exploring how Roman soldiers lived. In addition we will be researching Roman inventions and how they help us in modern life. 

Roman soldiers attacking art on Romans in Britain website






Long Long Ago

Our first topic in Class 3 is 'Long Long Ago'. This history-based topic will take us through the following half term. We will delve into the ‘Stone Age’ and look at the way that our country developed from the use of primitive tools to the discovery of metals and moving through to the ‘Iron Age’. We will learn about their simple ways of life and how they learned to survive by the introduction of farming. We will also learn about the discovery of metal and how this shaped new ways of life and how the development of tools still exists today.

Image result for stone age


Our Trip to Creswell Crags

Class 3 had a fantastic day at Creswell Crags to explore our topic 'Long Long Ago'. We were taught how to search for food, hunt for animals, light fires and how to surive the Stone Age and Ice Age! We also had the opportunity to explore the caves that stone age people lived in. How facinating! We aren't so sure we would survive the Stone Age, but we had a fab day. Take a look at our photos to see what fun we had!


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