Year 3

Please Click HERE for more information on what will be taught throughout the year.

SATS & End of Year Assessments

There are SATS tests in English and Maths. The statutory SATS take place in Year 2 and Year 6 and these results are reported to the government. In Year 3 – 5 the children complete the optional SATS and these results, along with teacher assessments throughout the year inform the final judgement.


As you can see, we have a packed curriculum. In order to meet all the requirements of the National Curriculum, homework plays a vital part in our year. The children will need a quiet place to complete their work, away from distractions. As a rule, they will have between 15 and 30 minutes every night. All homework will be written down in their homework diaries.If the children need support with their homework it is important that we all support them with it. The children should ALWAYS attempt homework by themselves but should they be struggling or becoming confused please do help them with it. Once again, if there are any problems, please let me know.

Usual Weekly Homework –

Spellings for the following Monday
Handwriting for Tuesday
Tables for Friday
Mental Arithmetic for Thursday
Mental Arithmetic for Thursday
Piece of English, Maths or Science
Creative writing or comprehension


At BWJPS, reading for pleasure is extremely important. To encourage this, we have a reading for pleasure slot every day where we encourage children to read a variety of books. If you wish to help us provide these by generously donating a book to our Y3 classroom, you will find our Amazon Wishlist here. 


It is really important that children have all the required equipment in school all the time and that all uniform and PE kit is clearly labelled. It is also important that kit is checked each term to ensure that it still fits and is still suitable for PE lessons.

PE Kit

Outdoor – Navy blue tracksuit, white t-shirt and trainers

Indoor – Navy blue shorts, white t-shirt and black pumps

Other Equipment – Once again please label all equipment and replace it when required.
  • Clear plastic water bottle
  • Homework folder
  • H.B. Pencils (a packet of 10 with the child’s name on the box)
  • Rubber 2 (both with the child’s name on)
  • Pencil sharpener
  • Set of coloured pencils
  • Set of felt tip pens
  • 3 small glue sticks (labelled with the child’s name on)
  • 30 cm ruler, which measures in both cm. and mm. (with child’s name on)
  • Dictionary – Collins new compact dictionary or Collins compact English dictionary or Oxford colour dictionary
  • 2 Pencil cases large enough to colour pencils in one and all other stationary equipment, including the 30 cm ruler in the other. (Keep as basic as possible)
  • A memory stick with your child’s name on (2GB)
  • Activity book (colouring, puzzles) for wet breaks
Please remember that if there is anything you need, do come and see me – let’s work together to make your child’s year 3 in primary school a very happy, rewarding and successful one!
Mr Wilde

Latest from Year 3

Paralympics Assembly

Date: 26/01/2022

Today, Mr Wilde delivered an assembly to all children from Reception to year 6 to inform them of an exciting event we have coming up. Next month, we will be visited by paralympic gold medallist, Megan Giglia, who will be talking to our pupils and delivering a sports workshop with each class. All she asks for in return is that all children try to raise some sponsorship money (minimum of £2 each). Out of this, a small percentage will go to her charity and the rest will go to upgrading our sports equipment in school: win win! Look out for your child’s sponsorship form.

Holocaust Memorial Day – Part 1

Date: 26/01/2022

Yesterday, years 5 and 6 turned into teachers to carry out a whole school project for Holocaust Memorial Day. Inspired by the British Values of tolerance and respect, we discussed the importance of this day and how we can learn from the past. From this, we came up with hopes and dreams that we wish will one day come true for the whole world. Once years 5 and 6 completed their own, they took this learning and delivered it to every class; even staying to help each child complete their own. Mrs Kobak and Miss Pereira were very proud of each member and how they really took charge with this project but, more importantly, each member of the class enjoyed helping their younger peers. We cannot wait to see the finished product.

Tu B’Shevat

Date: 18/01/2022

On Monday 17th and Tuesday 18th January, we celebrated Tu B’Shevat by carrying out a variety of arts and crafts. We also ate lots of different types of fruit, planted sunflower seeds and learnt lots of interesting facts about the holiday. Chag sameach everyone!

Equivalent fractions rainbows

Date: 28/04/2021


In maths we have been learning about equivalent fractions, to make it easier children created their very own equivalent fraction rainbows.

Well done year 3 😊

Escaped Gingerbread Men!

Date: 26/04/2021

The children wrote some incredible news articles about gingerbread men that escaped our school kitchen!
Mrs Simon made incredible treats for the class only to find them missing the very next day. The children spent a lot of their free time looking for evidence! We were really impressed with their articles-so much so, that we will be sharing them with other classes! Let’s hope we can find the gingerbread men soon!

Science Fun

Date: 17/12/2020

The children had a great time in science learning about all the different bones in the human body and even making their very own skeleton!

Chanukah Fun

Date: 17/12/2020

A great end to a fabulous term!
The children have really enjoyed celebrating Chanukah this week and as you can see, their outfits were fantastic!

Addition and subtraction posters

Date: 02/12/2020

The children worked really hard on their maths homework. They demonstrated beautifully how to exchange when adding or subtracting.
Great job everyone 😊

Stone Age Cave Art

Date: 17/11/2020

The children got in the role of Stone Age characters. They went in their ‘cave’ and created their very own Stone Age animals. In the distance they could hear the sound of a crackling fire-just like in Stone Age times! I’m really impressed with their finished pieces 😊

Well done year 3!

October’s Writer of the Month

Date: 13/11/2020

Well done to Joseph Ford-Lester and Mia Kohanzad for their powerful persuasive adverts. They both did an exceptional job 😊

Year 3 performing their own radio adverts

Date: 30/10/2020

The children have really impressed us with their persuasive radio adverts. We recorded the children’s adverts; each radio advert included alliteration, snappy slogans, high quality words and persuasive phrases. We were really impressed with them! Well done year 3 😊

Writing Competition Winners

Date: 27/10/2020

Last half term, our head and deputy heads set up a new writing competition for Years 3 to 5. The theme for our first writing competition was creative writing and children were given a visual prompt to work with. Channa (Y3), Calum (Y4) and Jessica (Y5) were the first lucky winners and each received 15 Dojo points! Years 3 to 5 look forward to next half term’s writing theme.









Skara Brae

Date: 19/10/2020

The children have been working really hard on their Skara Brae leaflets-I’m so impressed with their incredible researching skills!

Well done year 3! 😊


New Class Books

Date: 13/10/2020

Thankyou to everyone that has contributed to our class library-we’ve got so many great new books!


September’s Writer of the Month

Date: 01/10/2020

Well done to Neveiya Davey for being our first ‘Writer of the Month’. Neveiya wrote a superb set of instructions on how to make medicine for Grandma. A superb job Neveiya-well done 😊


Date: 04/05/2020

Thank you to everyone who sent a flag to capture all your feelings about school. They are absolutely brilliant!! 

The flags have now been put together (as you can see below) and we have also made them the banner for our Facebook page.

When we get back to school, we will print them out and display them around school. Thank you again, we LOVED seeing them!