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King's Group Academies

Welcome to Year 3!

Your head of year is: Miss L Davies

As a School we strive to create a love of learning in children and a sense of curiosity about the world around them. We are committed to providing a safe, secure, happy and caring environment which ensures that all children have the opportunity to achieve their full potential.

Find out what your child has been doing this week at School by visiting their class page below



Welcome back

Happy New Year Parents! I would like to thank you all for ensuring the children are looking smart in their school uniforms this week. 

Games lessons have already started so please help your child 'find' their PE kits to bring to school. Warm PE kits will be essential for this half term. 

Some children have misplaced their reading records at home so I would ask for your help in trying to find these. Replacements can be bought for lost reading records at 50p. 

The children will be bringing home their topic leaflet this week; which includes their homework tasks. This is now available below. Please remember daily reading and TTRockstars are also part of homework in Year 3.

If you need a paper copy of the upcoming February trip please ask the office staff.

Many Thanks

Miss Davies

Useful website links from our teachers

A successful home and School partnership is vital to help your child progress and achieve throughout their School lives. With this in mind, please find below some links that will help reinforce what your child has been learning at School from home…

Link How it is helpful
Bitesize A place to find study guides for primary and secondary as well as classroom clips.
Bug Club Bug Club is the solution for your reading needs, whatever they might be. With flexible packages for Independent Reading, Guided Reading, and ongoing assessment, with a blended approach to suit all schools and all ages, Bug Club is shown to work.
KS2 Bitesize

Key Stage 2 is a phase of primary education for pupils aged 7 to 11 in England and Wales, or 8 to 11 in Northern Ireland.

Safety Online We've come to notice that children are playing video games at home that might not be appropriate for their age. Please can we ask parents to monitor your children's activity and ensure they are playing age appropriate games. The NSPCC offer advice to helping children play safe with online games.

Our Topic This Term
Topic Leaflet About the topic

Spring 1: Walk Like An Egyptian

Here is what we will be looking at over the term.