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Welcome to Y3A

We are the Tiger Tribe!


My name is Miss Alldread, and our class Teaching Assistants are Mrs Cotton and Mrs Tucker. 


Homework will be given every Friday and needs to be returned by the following Wednesday. Check the Homework PDFs below for a copy of the current homework.



Children will be tested on spellings taken from the Year 3/4 spelling list. These will be tested every Monday and the tests sent home. Each week they will receive a LSCWC sheet (Look, Say, Cover, Write, Check) to help them practise. They can also practise on Purple mash.

Times Tables

By the end of Year 3, children need to know their 10, 5, 2, 3, 4 and 6 times tables. Over the year, the children will work through different Times Tables Challenges. Every Friday your child will be given a times table test. All children will start by trying to earn their Bronze Award. They have to answer 48 questions on the 2, 5, 10 and 3 times tables. They will have 5 minutes to complete the grid. After they have achieved full marks, 3 weeks in a row they will move on to the Bronze Plus Award.


Our learning in the first term is all about The Normans.  Please see the link below to find out more.



PE Lessons

The children have P.E. lessons on Monday and Thursday afternoons. 







The children have recently enjoyed two trips out of school. 


Firstly, they went to a bench ball tournament at The Graves Leisure Centre. There were around 250 children at the event. Y3A played very well and had excellent behaviour and attitude at the event.


The trip to Lincoln Castle was very enjoyable.  They saw The Magna Carta, walked around the castle walls and went inside the Victorian prison cells and the chapel.