Year 3

Mr Hill (Teacher) / Miss Reed / Miss Foley (ARMs) / Mrs Sanderson (ARMs)

Welcome to Year 3!

In Year 3 we work on building positive relationships in a caring environment where the children feel happy, safe and secure. We promote a love of learning and curiosity through exciting topics and opportunities. The children will become enthusiastic, independent learners by questioning, investigating, evaluating and creating whilst building their confidence and becoming more resilient when trying new things. In the transition from Key Stage1 to Key Stage 2, we work hard but hopefully have lots of fun along the way!

Hansel and Gretel

To build on pupils' current knowledge of Classic Fairy Tales  we welcomed into school' Say Two Theatre Company'. They performed Hansel and Gretel to children from Nursery to Y3. Good music, acting and costumes brought the tale to life. Workshops followed where...

Twas the Night Before Christmas

Y3/4 children retold the poem  by Clement Clarke Moore in a fantastic Christmas production. They, yet again, wowed the audience with their singing, dancing and acting skills . Another memorable occasion with brilliant performances by all involved.   See...


Fifteen of our Y3 children are taking part in a Chatterbook Scheme. Forty minute sessions are being held once a fortnight in class to encourage children to talk about what they are reading, take part in activities inspired by their favourite stories, pick new books to...

Craig Bradley – Poet

'That Poetry Bloke' - Craig Bradley came into school this week to work with our Year 3 children and to perform in a whole school assembly.  He entertained and engaged our children and inspired many to write their own poems.   Photographs in the...

First Aid Awareness

First Aid is an important skill. This week Miss Watkins gave our Y3 children a 30 min taster session. Students were told what to do if someone looks like they're asleep but are unable to respond to noise or bodily contact. Pupils were shown a powerpoint then  learned...

Community Links

We are delighted to announce that one of our Year 3 pupils won the competition to design the logo for Swalwell Community Group. She was presented with her framed print in a special assembly on Friday.

Nissan – ARMS

It was the turn of our ARMS children to visit Nissan in Washington to learn about the world of work. As well as producing Lego cars on a production line, pupils also tried their hand at jobs available to employees in the Nissan factory e.g body shop work. Our thanks...

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