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Year 3 – Milne and Rosen

Welcome to the Year 3 page

Meet our team

Rosen Class - Miss Foulds

Milne Class - Mrs Cobb, Mrs Muzzio (Cover)

Assisting Adults: Mrs Renshaw, Mrs Mallett, Mrs Brown and Mrs Real-Lage


Key Information:

PE - Tuesdays (both), Thursdays (Rosen) & Fridays (Milne)

Please make sure kit comes in on a Monday and stays in school until Friday.

Homework - Homework will be handed out weekly on a

Friday and is expected back in on the following Wednesday.

Children will receive both Maths and Literacy each week.

Spellings - Spellings will be handed out with homework on a Friday and

children will be tested on these the following Friday.

Things to remember:

- Cereal boxes for literacy

(make your own theatre)

- End of term, Tues 24th 


Children receive both maths and literacy each week.

Literacy homework

Please complete the A3 sheet detailing your favourite parts abut Year 3.

You can add pictures to go with your sentences.

Maths homework

No maths homework this week. 


Handwriting - To practice handwriting neatly by writing
words from large to small, see the attachment below as an example





Our weekly update from Friday:

What have Year 3 been up to?

We have had a busy week in year 3 doing lots of investigating into Urban areas. We compared London and Berlin, noting the differences and similarities between the two cities. The children we very excited to investigate the underground stations in both and compare the size of these! They have also been completing powerpoints of their favourite parts about Year 3.

This will be our last update before the summer holidays so we would like to wish you all a very relaxing break. Enjoy the sunshine while it stays and Mrs Cobb, Mrs Barnes, Mrs Gresswell and Mrs White look forward to seeing you all back at the beginning of September!


Next week we will use the playscripts we have written to create a puppet play in theatres that we will make in class using cereal boxes.


We will use our shape knowledge from this week to look at 3D shapes next week. The children will look at practical examples of 3D shapes and describe their properties.

Remember to continue your reading at home, and keep practising those times tables for our weekly 99 club sessions! Don't forget about your reading and you will earn prizes!

Helpful Links

For extra maths questions



Miss Foulds will continue to fill this page with exciting class news, pictures of things we've done and more as the term continues.


Practising handwriting.

The children have been practising their

handwriting in this way, starting as large

as possible to clearly practice the appropriate

joins between letters.


In the example 'dog' here, you can see that
the letter is given 9 lines to be written
making sure that the ascenders touch
the top 
line, and the descenders touch the
bottom of 
the ninth line. This allows each
'section' of the 
letter to fill 3 lines. In the next
example there 
are 6 lines for the letter, 2 for
the ascending, 2 
for the descending and 2 for
the middle 
section. This is continued until the
children can write the letter within the spaces of just one line.