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Year 3 Week Ahead Information

An overview of the week ahead in Year 3.

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Information and Reminders

P.E. rotations 15th February – 18th March

3A – Swimming

3B – Athletics

3C – Athletics

Please note that due to the Book Week parade (see below) there will be no P.E. for Year 3 on Monday morning. P.E. will take place as usual on Thursday.

Don’t forget next week is Book Week! It begins with dress-up day on Monday. There will be a parade in the playground at 9am, please come and join us to look at all the wonderful costumes! The Shanghai Book Traders will also be in school, children may bring in money to buy a book of their choice. Please see below for more dates.

Monday 14th March - Dress-up and parade – 9am, Primary playground

Monday 14th March – Coffee Morning – Getting the most from our Learning Centre – 9.30am, Sports Hall A

Monday 14th March to Wednesday 16th March – Shanghai Book Traders (please send money for the sale in a clearly labelled envelope)

Thursday 17th March – Space Lecture – 6.30pm

Friday 18th March – Book Swap

Friday 18th March – Final day of CCAs for the spring term

Monday 21st March to 25th March - International Week

Wednesday 23rd March – Parade of Nations and International Food Fair

Thursday 24th March – An evening of international music – 7pm

Friday 25th March - Term two ends

Our stars of the week this week:

3A: Kerem – for making a wonderful effort to take part in discussions in guided reading.

3B: Muhammad - for being polite and hard working at all times.

3C: Alexander - for using what he reads to help improve his writing further.


To celebrate Book Week next week, the Primary school will take on a sci-fi theme. We have chosen to focus on the book ‘Moonshot’ by Brian Floca, about the flight of Apollo 11. The children will read the story of the famous flight, learning how the astronauts prepared for their amazing adventure and about some of the incredible experiences they had. The children will develop their oral re-telling skills by practising a report about the flight, as well as researching each of the different astronauts to help them create a fact file. They will then learn how to draw inferences about people by taking part in a drama activity, with each child taking on the role of a different astronaut. Finally, they will write a diary from the point of view of one of the astronauts.

In guided reading, we will continue to identify and learn the conventions of play scripts. The children will read play scripts, focusing on expression and action.

In spelling next week we will identify spelling rules for adding a suffix to a root word.


In maths next week, we will focus on shape. The children will learn the properties of a variety of 2D shapes and use their knowledge to draw them accurately. They will also identify the properties of 3D shapes and use a range of different materials to make them. To finish the week, they will identify horizontal and vertical lines, as well as highlight pairs of perpendicular and parallel lines.


We will spend some time next week in topic lessons enjoying Book Week activities such as making book marks and doing quizzes.

As Geographers, we will use a secondary source of information (the internet) to help us find out how the movement of the Earth and sun creates different seasons, weather patterns and natural environments around the world.

In Computing, we will continue to develop our animations using Scratch software.