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Miss Krueziu - 3K
Miss Gray - 3G
Miss Smith - 3S
Narrative - adventure story based on Nelly and the Quest for Captain Peabody
- Developing setting
- Text organisation (paragraphs)
- Adding depth to the character description
- Varied sentence structure and length
- Descriptive language - similes, personification
- Dialogue (alternative speech verbs)
- Opening, developed problem, resolution
- Suspense and tension.
- direct speech
- speech marks
- quotation marks
- commas for clauses
- Subordinate clauses
- Conjunctions (eg. when, before, after, while, because)
- Prefixes (e.g. anti~, auto~, super~)
- Difference between plural and possessive
- Perfect form of verbs to mark relationships of time and cause
- Present perfect form of verbs (eg. adding, has, have)
Week 1 - 2
Multiplication and Division
- Using concrete resources multiplying 3 digit by 1- digit
- Multiply 3-digits by 2- digit with and without exchange
- Divide 100 into 2,4,5 and 10 equal parts
- Short division with and without regrouping
Week 3 - 4
Addition and Subtraction up to three digit numbers with and without regrouping.
- Recognise the value of a digit in a three- digit number
- Number line to 1,000
- Order and compare numbers
- Rapid recall of multiplication facts on TTRockstars
- Count in multiples of 3, 4, 8, 50, 100.
- Find 10, 100 more than a given number
- To say the value of a digit in a three-digit number
- To know which numbers lie between given numbers
Could you survive in Wood Buffalo National Park?
Sequence of lessons:
- To compare geographical similarities and differences,
- To name continents, oceans, seas, countries and capitals.
- To identify how humans adapt to their geography.
- To identify physical features, including climate zones, mountains, rivers and biomes.
- I can use geographical vocabulary.
- I can identify locations on a map.
- I can use compass directions and locational and direction language (near, far, left, right) to describe the location and features of a map.
- I can identify the positions and significance of the equator, tropics, hemispheres, latitude and longitude.
- I can investigate the impact of humans on a place.
- I can identify physical features on a map.
- I can use fieldwork to observe the human and physical features of an area.
- I can record my understanding in different ways including graphs, sketches and digital technologies.
- I can name different types of rocks.
- I can explain how fossils are formed.
- I can compare and group rocks based on their appearance.
- I can group together different kinds of rocks based on their physical properties.
- I can explain that soils are made of rocks and organic matter.
- I can closely observe changes over time
- I can notice patterns and make connections
- I can identify and classify
- I can gather information and make notes
- I can carry out a fair test
Virtual visit to a place of worship - Synagogue.
Our curriculum overviews gives you an idea of which topic your child will be studying at which point during the school year.
Year 3 Highlights
Past Year 3 Highlights
Year 3 Links