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Greenfields Primary School

Termly Overview
Year 3 - Summer 2014




Spellings: these will be given out each Monday and then tested on the following Friday.
Maths: a homework task will be set each Monday and needs to be handed in by the fol-
lowing Monday. The task may be paper-based, or on I am Learning.
Reading: children should be reading at least three times per week at home and this
should be recorded in their planner. Please refer to the Reading Focuses in the planner
for ideas for questions you could ask during home reading.
Reading
Listen to and discuss a range of fiction,
poetry and plays.
Prepare poems and plays to perform.
Discuss interesting words and phrases.
Discuss reading with others.
Writing
Increase legibility, consistency and quality of
handwriting; use joins appropriately.
Compose poems, playscripts and letters.
Proofread spelling and punctuation.
Use: range of connectives and nouns/pronouns
appropriately.
Spoken language
Listen and respond appropriately.
Take part in discussions, performances and role
plays.
Read, write and order whole numbers to at
least 1000; know what each digit represents.
Know by heart all addition and subtraction
facts for each number to 20.
Understand division and recognise that divi-
sion is the inverse of multiplication.
Use units of time and know the relationships
between them (seconds, minutes, hours, days,
weeks, months, years).
Understand and use .p notation.
Choose ad use appropriate operations
(including multiplication & division) to solve
word problems, explaining methods and rea-
soning.
Identify right angles.
Solve a given problem by organising and inter-
preting numerical data in simple lists, tables
and graph.
To know what the term habitat means;
To identify different physical aspects of habitats;
To investigate animals and their habitats;
To understand what is meant by a food chain;
To understand the terms carnivore and herbivore.
To promote healthy eating through planting, growing, harvesting and cooking our own
produce.

This term our topic in the Vicious Vikings and we will be learning about:
The Viking way of life;
Invading and settling;
Where the Vikings came from and how they travelled (which will link into our DT
project);
Viking raids and why they raided monasteries.

This term we will be learning about computer
programming, including:
What an algorithm is;
To put series of instructions in order;
To use the Hopscotch iPad app to create pro-
gramming codes to achieve an outcome;
To evaluate, debug and improve our program-
ming coding.

Tennis;
Cricket & rounders;
Athletics;
Gym & dance sessions.

Our art work will be linked to our theme
about the Vikings. The children design & make
woven Viking bracelets, helmets and they will
sketch Viking portraits.
In DT we will design, make and evaluate a Vi-
king longship, which must be able to hold
stolen treasure from a Viking raid and meet
our given criteria.

In RE we will be considering the following ques-
tions:
Who is my neighbour?
Why have some people chosen to devote their
lives to their neighbours?
How can we love our neighbour?
In PSHE we will be looking at positive relationships
and also how we can protect our environment
through reducing the amount of litter we produce.

Oak music: to continue to learn about music no-
tation through playing the folk whistle or flute.
Beech music: to create, perform and analyse
short descriptive compositions that combine
sounds, movements and words.

MFL: to make links between phonemes, rhymes
and spellings. To read aloud and write simple
words and phrases. To follow units 11 and 12,
which include describing and naming animals and
the weather.
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- Remember to keep an eye on the class blog
and leave a comment or two!
- Ask your children to log on to their I Am
Learning accounts at home to play online
learning activities at home!
www.iamlearning.co.uk
Speak to your teacher if
you have forgotten your log-
on details!