Welcome to Year 3!

In Year 3 our teachers are Mrs Priston (CP) and Mrs Moorhouse (RM). Our Teaching Assistants are Mrs Clews and Miss Burns.

Click here to read the Year 3 FAQs

Our topic this half term is:

 You can now email us at year3@moonsmoat.worcs.sch.uk.

You can find a copy of our topic web here

You can read and download our Year 3 newsletter here

We are aiming for a minimum of 4 reads a week. This is to ensure you make good progress, to help you learn to love reading and to support your writing skills.



Reading websites we have been recommended:



This week's spellings (and times tables) can be found here:


Week 1 - to be tested on Friday 13th October

Week 2 - to be tested on Friday 20th October

Week 3 - to be tested on Friday 27th October


For a useful website for practising spellings, click on the link below. Look for the spelling pattern in your group of words.



Have you tried out your new

Tables Fables login yet?

Click the image below!


It is important that you keep revising your times table knowledge. Try these:

x2 x3 x4 x5
x6 X7 x8 x9
x10 x11 x12
Challenge 1 Challenge 2 Challenge 3 Challenge 4

The half term overview for homework can be found here.


A suggested weekly timetable.


Ideally, we would like you to complete one English, one Maths and one PE activity each day. There are also other tasks and challenges to keep you busy and enjoying your learning. Please start from lesson 1 for the first day of  the numbered week that you start self-isolating (English and Maths). 

Don’t forget that you can get in touch with us by emailing yearthree@moonsmoat.worcs.sch.uk .  


Please keep reading every day!



Week 1- 4  Non-Chronological Report writing   WB 2.5.20 (20 lessons)

Weeks 5-7 Persuasive Letter writing WB 1.12.20




Multiplication and Division Weeks 1-3

Deriving multiplication and division facts Weeks 5-7

Strategies for calculation 

Useful lessons:

Counting in 2s

Counting in 5s

Counting in 10s


Science                                               History  Inventors

Magnets and Forces (6 lessons)                           Watch these clips about inventors.

Lesson1 & 2 - Who invented what? Look at your bedroom. What technology is in there. What other things? Draw a plan of your bedroom and find out who invented the things in it.

Lesson 3 - Lots of great inventors are thought to be men. Can you find out about women that have invented important things? Start with who invented Kevlar? What is it? 

Lesson 4 What did the Victorians do for us? Draw a timeline showing the different inventions from the Victorian era. Watch this to help

Lesson 5 & 6 Write a report about significant inventions using the non-chronological report format from English.

Lesson 7 - Design a bedroom of the future. What would you have in it and why - Don't forget to label and explain each thing you choose.




RE                                                       Music

The Nativity                                         Timbre (6 lessons)

Art                                                      French 

Pop Art                                                What is your name? (Song)

Revise numbers 1-10 (Song)

Numbers wordsearch

Nativity vocabulary (Powerpoint) - Learn as many as you can. There are sound files on the powerpoint so you should be able to hear the correct pronunciation.

If you have a printer you can try the folding book activity here.


Eat well, live well.



STORY TIME - At the end of the day listen to one of these stories from Oxford Owl: Click here



Please choose 5 PE lessons a week from the link below:


You can access all of Joe Wicks' PE sessions by clicking here. 

For some yoga, mindfulness and relaxing activities for kids, take a look at Cosmic Kids by clicking here.


Useful websites and learning platforms (click on the image to load)

Classroom Secrets Kids


Our Learning Journey so far...

Autumn 1:



Click the following links to access archived documents:

Topic Web


Homework overview

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