Class 3

Key Stage One – Class 3

Welcome to Class 3!

Our new topic is ‘Our Brilliant Bay’

Our key enquiry questions for the unit are:

“Why is Morecambe a fabulous place to live?”

In English, we will be exploring:

‘The Tale of the Three Little Wolves and the Big Bad Pig’ and writing our own twisted fairytales. We will also be looking at the stories of Katie Morag

If you find you have some time in your day that you would like to fill with other learning activities, then here are some suggestions:  

  • Number bonds to 10 and then 20 
  • Reading – this could be together, by themselves using Oxford Owl, borrow box or reading books from your bookshelf 
  • Keep recapping previous learning e.g. telling the time 
  • Continue to practise spellings of common exception words  (included in your home learning pack with spelling games if needed)   

Little and often with all these things is key!  

The children in Key Stage 1 will be supported by our wonderful team of Teaching Assistants: Mrs Scott, Mrs Smith, Mrs Mayor, Mrs Livesey and Mrs Cattermole.

Keep checking the our website and Facebook page for regular updates and news.

We love to see what the children have produced! We understand each home learning environment and circumstances will differ, if you need any support or anything extra/further advice please do not hesitate to ask. 

Mrs Metcalfe

Useful Information

For more detailed information of the curriculum for this term, please see the Class 3 Curriculum Newsletter on our Letters Home page.

Reading Tips and Games

Spelling Games

Number Formation

KS1 Common Exception Words

Useful Links

Supermovers – There are lots of different options to get the children moving. The links may have a learning focus or some are ‘Just For Fun’.

Phonics Play – The access to this website is still free. To gain full access the username is: march20 and the password is: home

TopMarks Maths – There are lots of different games to play with a variety of Maths links. This half term we are focusing on numbers, counting, ordering and sequencing.

Oxford Owl Reading Books – There are a whole range of reading books which match some of the reading books in our school reading scheme.