Year 3

Welcome!

Welcome to the start of another school year. It has been really lovely to welcome your children back, and we are all looking forward to a fabulous term of learning.

Year 3 is a very important year for the children as it is the beginning of Key Stage 2. We hope that you will continue to support your child in all aspects of school life. We would like to thank you in advance and let you know that your support is always greatly appreciated.

Year 3 Team
Miss Mittelholzer – Class Teacher
Miss Amevi – Teaching Assistant

What we will be learning this term

Literacy: Narrative writing, poetry and non-fiction

Maths: Number – place value, addition and subtraction

Computing: Simple coding

Science: Animals including humans

RE: Peace

History: Stone Age to the Iron Age

Geography: Africa (knowledge)

DT: Coin designs

Art: Stone Age art

PSHE: New beginnings

Music: African songs

Modern Foreign Language: French

PE: Gymnastics and Basketball

PE days – Year 3 have PE on Mondays and Thursdays. On these days, children need to come to school wearing their PE kit, with their school uniform and shoes in a bag.

PE uniform: Blue or black shorts or track suit bottoms, with a white T-shirt and plimsolls or black trainers. Please ensure that all kit has your child’s name on it.

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Latest Year 3 News

Year 3 Staff

  • Anita Mittelholzer
    Anita Mittelholzer
    Year 3 Teacher
  • Amevi Dogbo
    Amevi Dogbo
    Teaching Assistant Year 3

Upcoming Year 3 Events

There are no upcoming events.

Paper Copies

If you would like a printed copy of any of the school’s polices or any other information please contact the school and we will be happy to provide it.

Illustration of Girl Skipping
Anita Mittelholzer
Year 3 Teacher

I joined Grinling Gibbons Primary School in September 2017 and am the class teacher for 5A. Grinling Gibbons has such a warm and friendly atmosphere that I feel very proud and privileged to be a part of the team. The staff and children are all extremely welcoming and respectful to everyone.

All of the staff here, work together to support each other and we all have the well-being of the children at heart. This creates a positive aura in which the children feel safe to learn. I am glad that I can be a part of that environment and can help to steer the children in the right direction so that they can achieve their hopes and aspirations.

Amevi Dogbo
Teaching Assistant Year 3