Year 3

Croeso i blwyddyn tri

Class Teachers: Miss Pitman

Teaching Assistants: Miss Evans 

General Information 

Up Dates

You can keep up to date with Year 3 learning and with class announcements by following our class Twitter and Facebook pages, and reading the school newsletter.


If you would like to find out what exciting learning experiences Year 3 have been up to recently in class, then please look at our Twitter and Facebook page.


Year 3 hashtag on Twitter is:  #SACPSY3


P.E Days 

Year 3 P.E days are Tuesday and Thursday.

Children are expected to wear a P.E kit for P.E. Click here to find out what your child should wear for P.E.

Playtime Snack

For £1 a week or 25p a day the children can buy a piece of fresh fruit from our school tuck shop. They can also buy toast from 20p a slice. Alternatively, children can bring a healthy snack to enjoy at break time.


Pupil's will receive weekly spellings and will be expected to read daily at home. Additional maths and context work will be sent home over the year. 

Supporting your child at home

There are a range of different ways to support your child with their learning at home. Click here to find out suitable web links and apps which are perfect to use at home with your child to support their learning.


RE Topics 

​We follow the 'Come and See' programme. Please click here to view the Year 3 RE topics.

To read the ‘Come and See’ parental newsletters click here.


Learning Themes over the Year 

Autumn 1: Third Rock from the Sun

Autumn 2: Cut Throat Celts

Spring 1: Myths and Legends

Spring 2: Play with Physics

Summer 1: The Blue Abyss/Flow

Summer 2: World of Water


Additional Experiences

During the Spring Term, Year 3 had the opportunity to visit St Illtyd’s Catholic High School to take part in a music transition event. The children enjoyed the whole experience, which included playing the Glockenspiel and Violin, along with some conducting too!


In the Autumn Term, Year 3 visited St Fagans to enhance their knowledge within the Cut Throat Celts topic. The children took part in an Iron Age workshop, to experience life inside a roundhouse. They particularly enjoyed the weaving. In the afternoon, the children became archaeologists to unlock secrets of the past, exploring a Celtic warrior grave!