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Year 3 - Inspiring a love of learning in a supportive community.

Homework for over Half Term 


Well done year 3, you have worked extremely hard this half term and have accomplished a lot!


We are all very proud of you and can’t wait to interact with you in our google classroom😊


Below we have attached an outdoor art homework. It’s fun and involves fresh air and nature so complete as much as you can! 


Have a lovely half term and and we will catch up on the 1st June . 


Kind regards

Year 3 Team 



Dear Year 3 pupils, parents and carers,


We hope during this time we keep positive and enjoy our time with our families. We're fortunate to have technology that allows us to face-time/skype and email one another, so please keep in touch with each other.

We would like to take this time to thank all our parents who work for the NHS and every key worker. We appreciate all that you are doing to help us through these tough times. 

We hope you've enjoyed Year 3 as much as we have and that you continue to enjoy Year 3 with our weekly updates of things to do at home to continue your learning in any order which suits you.

You are all amazing and incredibly talented. We can't wait to hear about the different and creative ways in which you choose to continue your learning at home. 


Keep healthy and safe!

Year 3 Team


Recently updated:

Art: Perspective Drawing - Photographs of children's sketches and paintings. 

Visit for photographs of Year 3 planting their potatoes.

Home Learning - Work set for Week 1 of working from home.


Celebrate Pancake Day by making delicious Celtic Drop Pancakes:


Did you know?!


Valentines started in Rome! Emperor Claudius an evil emperor, stopped marriages so men could join the army. 


Secretly Bishop Valentines was marrying young couples in love. When he was caught by the Roman soldiers he was sent to prison!


Whilst in prison he sent a letter to a loved one signed love Valentine. 


They killed Bishop Valentine on February 14th! 


Happy Valentines from year 3 team 😊

Half Term Project- Deadline Wednesday 4th March

Roman Bath Leaflet


Create an informative leaflet on Roman Baths. Use the floor plan to support your research. Don’t forget to describe the different rooms! Why were they different? 

Can you help us to improve the air quality around Walker School? We are asking for you to help your child to design a banner to inspire people to leave their cars at home and either walk, cycle or scooter to school. Please send your completed designs in by friday 28th February. Thank you for supporting our journey to make Walker School a sustainable and healthy environment for our children. Mrs Adem

A hideous, terrifying serpent-like monster sculpted from foil.

Picture 1

Monday 13th January - Friday 17th January: Times Tables Rockstars Challenge against 8 other schools in Enfield. Remember to log on and practise times tables games for AT LEAST 10 MINUTES every day! Attached is a document with information on how to use the site.

Year 3 Spring Curriculum Newsletter


Dear Parents and Carers, 


Thank you again for your on going support and generosity! 

We wish you all a restful and happy holiday!

We hope you enjoy this festive period, and will see you in 2020!


Warm wishes,

Year 3 Team



Dear Parents,

In January, Year 3 are going to begin Destination Reader as our guided reading lessons. We require books for the children to read during these sessions.

We kindly request you (if you are able to), to purchase the following book for Year 3 - Terry Deary's Roman Tales: The Fatal Fire.


We only need 16 books across the entire year group.


If you do purchase the book for us, please don't let the children read it at home, as we will be reading it in school.


Kind regards,

Year 3 Teachers.


This year the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child has its 30th birthday. We think this is worth celebrating! We want to find out what life was like before the CRC was adopted by the UN in 1989. You will do this by talking to people that you already know who may have been children or even adults in 1989, such as your parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles or other trusted people in your community. Mrs Adem has put some prompt questions below to help you. You must interview a chosen adult and then bring your answers back to school by Monday 25th November. You can present your work anyway you choose to, such as; making a poster, PPT presentation, photographs, video or just written question and answers. We look forward to sharing your work with the rest of the class and the school.


How can we make paper a stable and strong structure?

We found that shapes such as cylinders and triangles worked better as they can carry more weight than shapes with parallel lines. 


Remembrance Day

We watched this video to help us understand more about Remembrance Day:



We are actors: Harry Potter has come to 3S!

Please go on to practise gaining speed and fluency with the weekly timestables.

Year 3 - getting fit and supporting our teams in Outdoor PE:

This morning we had a visit from our local MP Bambos Charalambous

This morning we had a visit from our local MP Bambos Charalambous 1
This morning we had a visit from our local MP Bambos Charalambous 2

We are artists: Creating our Beaker Pot designs with charcoal and erasers.

We are news presenters: Some children in 3S put on their own Newsround show talking about the pollution, sharks and shopping.

We are news presenters: Some children in 3S put on their own Newsround show talking about the pollution, sharks and shopping. 1
We are news presenters: Some children in 3S put on their own Newsround show talking about the pollution, sharks and shopping. 2

Welcome Year 3! Hope you all had a lovely summer!


We are very excited in getting to know you all this academic year!


Already we would like to excite you with one of our favourite topics, Roald Dahl! To celebrate we will have a very inspirational day filled with story telling and drama activities on Tuesday 17th September. We hope you share our enthusiasm of 'The Twits', but also be inspired by our ideas to write your very own story. 


We would like to mark this special day with a dress up day of all of Roald Dahl wonderful characters. It can be as simple as you want to as extravagant as you want. You are also welcome to come in school uniform and mark the occasion with an object such as a bow to represent Matilda or a beard for Mr Twits or even a tail for poor Mr Fox’s tail which unfortunately got... don’t want to spoil the surprise! It is up to you! I wonder if you can guess who we are dressing up as...? 


Homework will be given out both maths and literacy first week back and we look forward to displaying all your fantastic 'Dream Jars'!


Please remember your new timetable in KS2 is;

10:30 Break time, where you'll be able to bring in healthy snack such as fruit.

12:00 Lunch time.

No afternoon break.


You will be taught French once a week on Wednesdays and Homework is given out weekly, both maths and literacy every Friday. Your homework will include your classes weekly timetable, which will help you to remember what to bring in on what day.


Look forward to Wednesday 4th September for our FIRST day in Year 3!


Year 3 Team smiley