Welcome to Year 3
from September 2020
Mrs Palmer Mrs Philips
Mrs Lewis Mrs Pullen
If you have a specific issue you wish to discuss with your child's teacher they will be available between
3.15pm - 4.00 pm on the following days.
3ST - Tuesday
3SW - Tuesday
3SP - Tuesday
Contact us via email
Mrs Tipple - firstname.lastname@example.org
Mrs Wintle - email@example.com
Mrs Palmer - firstname.lastname@example.org
Mrs Phillips - email@example.com
EducationCity have generously provided all the children at Northwick Manor Primary School open access to their educational website during the school closure period. Your child will be familiar with this website as it is used as a learning tool, predominately in KS1. Please note that a few activities may not run without enabling the flash player on your device.
the login details are
Here are your school's free CENTURY access codes for learning resources in English, maths and science, all aligned to the National Curriculum:
Share the class codes below with your parents. We have provided a separate class code for each year group below.
Ask parents to visit https://app.century.tech/login/
They will need to enter their class code along with their child's email address. If a child does not have an email address, we recommend setting one up.
The account is created and children can start learning straight away. CENTURY will provide them with a personalised learning path tailored to their skills and knowledge.
Year 3 - 3JZBDA
As a social enterprise, CENTURY has pledged to give our platform free of charge to any school affected by coronavirus.
This is not a trial and there is no charge. You will have access while schools are closed and until you all manage to settle back into school again.
The more that you read, the more things you will know.
The more that you learn, the more places you will go.
Year 3 Topic Highlights
Lockdown January 2021 online learning will be delivered using Seesaw. Please logon with your personal Code. A link to the app and our Remote Learning Offer can be found under the Children heading on this website.
Week Beginning July 13th 2020
We would like to thank you for all your hard work at home. We look forward to seeing you all in September.
All of the Year 3 teachers and TA's wish you a safe and happy summer holiday. You will find below the latest weekly overview together with resources. ( last weeks are still on but further down the page) Click on the video resource centre link below. You will be taken to the video resources page. Under Year 3 you will find stories read by Year 3 staff.
** MORE Chapters 37- 43 The Ice Monster By David Walliams read by Mrs Wintle.
Part 4 of Little Wolf,The Pack Leader read by Mrs Tipple
Chapters 8 and 9 of The Boy Who Grew Dragons read by Mrs Palmer
Follow the video resource centre link below and find Year 3.
Quick Maths is now Fluent in Five
When you have finished your current Quick Maths sheets can you please start using the Year 4 Fluent In Five PDF. These sheets revisit the Year 3 Maths skills but will also prepare you for next year. There is one sheet a day to practise your Maths skills. Remember to use the inverse operation to check your calculation.
We have rearranged our class pages to hopefully make it easier for you to find things. Please find below activities that can be carried out at home. We will be adding to this area as the need arises. There are documents and links to resources for you to look at. There is no expectation that all of the activities need to be completed. We are hoping that you can find something to do for Maths and English, for a maximum of 30 minutes each , every day but we know that this may not always be possible. We have also added some topic area activities for you too.
Activity Sheets for week commencing 15th June
Oxford Owl Reading
With access to reading books restricted at the moment, Oxford Owl is an award-winning website from Oxford University Press and is a useful online resource for children’s books and other reading activities. Once you register for free, you can access more than 250 free Oxford ebooks for kids from age 3 to 11, along with storytelling videos, games and guides that help them develop their reading skills. Follow the link below: https://home.oxfordowl.co.uk
Oxford Owl is packed with expert advice, tips and activities to help parents support their child's education. Help your child with reading, phonics and maths.