Wood End School

Headteacher: Mr Richard Boulton

Yeomans Avenue, Harpenden Hertfordshire AL5 3EF

admin@woodend.herts.sch.uk

01582 761636

Welcome to our Year 3 page 

Our class teachers are Mrs Bailey and Mrs Gibson (Pine Class),  Mrs Law (Pear Class) and Mrs Nelson (Poplar Class)

Curriculum letter, summer term 2019
E-Safety Workshop Wednesday 24th April 2019

Welcome Presentation September 2018

Year 3 Christmas Music Celebration - Wednesday & Thursday 19th and 20th December 2018 

What a lovely way to celebrate Christmas, with the wonderful singing of Year 3. They sang a variety of christmas songs, showing just how talented they are.

Homework - (to be handed in by the following Wednesday)

Dear Parents, welcome back we hope you had an enjoyable Easter holiday. Please find below the homework for the 26th April.

Homework

Challenge 1

Challenge 2

Challenge 3

 TT Rockstars

We have set up a new scheme on TT Rockstars where the children will follow a set programme and automatically progress through levels. Whilst it may initially seem as though the children have gone back to the beginning those children who know their times tables will quickly progress through the stages until they are at the correct level.

We do expect children to read regularly at home for 10 mins a day as this has a big impact on their learning.  Other  homework set is there to support and consolidate work in school.  We do not expect work at home to take longer than the maximum time given.  We understand that on occasion e.g. the family going away for the weekend that homework may not be completed on time.

Documents

Squared Paper        Lined Paper

Useful Websites

 Practice your Times Tables with Rock Stars log-on link
Active Learn

Abacus Active Learn to support maths learning at home

Log-ons for both the above sites will be given to the children by the teacher. 

Year 3 Visit to Celtic Harmony Camp - Monday 8th October 2018

Year 3 had a wonderful time at Celtic Harmony on Monday.  We went back in time to the Iron Age and met the chief and her tribe.  They taught us how to be farmers.  We learnt how to grind grain to make bread and crush herbs for soup.  Working on looms we wove sheep's wool into cloth, which was fun.  Also, we traded goods and twisted wool together to make bracelets, which we dipped into herb coloured dye.
We had a brilliant day and learnt a lot.
A Year 3 Pupil