Oxford Road Community School


Year 3



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WELCOME to Year 3!

Welcome back after your Easter Holiday Year 3. Hope you enjoyed some Egghunts , Easter bunnies,  had a good rest and you are all ready for new experiences throughout this term. Our theme in Topic will be Geography focusing more specifically on earthquakes and volcanoes. 


First part of the Summer term we are going to learn to write a narrative text. By the end the this term we will be able to write a detailed setting description using various settings as inspiration.




In Maths, our first part of Summer term we are consolidating our knowledge of Multiplications and Divisions. By the end of the term we will  be able to use different methods to tackle these operations and going to solidify our existing knowledge of solving various word problems. 

Homework and Spellings 

This term's homework and weekly spellings will be given out on Friday the 26th of April and will be due in every Friday for our class sharing session.

In addition to this, children will be expected to learn some spellings for their spelling test, which will take place every Friday morning.


PE will take place every week on Friday mornings. Please ensure your child has a full PE kit in school every Monday and should stay in school until the end of the week. This term we are focusing on Gymnastics.

PE kit is a white or pale yellow t-shirt/polo shirt, white or black shorts/joggers and plain trainers/pumps.


Library for our class will take place on Monday afternoon. Your child will bring home a book of their choice and should be recording their reading in their reading journals. The book should stay in their school bag so that it can be swapped or checked every week during library time. 

Thank you very much for your continued support. If you wish to talk with me about any issues or concerns please come and see me at the end of the school day or make an appointment with Mrs Wardle. 

Kind regards, 

Miss Egyed