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Year 3


Mrs Sondh and Mrs Martin - 3 Elephant 

Miss Sian - 3 Lion 


Mrs Dane - 3 Cheetah 

Dear Year 3,


This is our last week of online learning before returning back to school on Monday 8th March, so make the most of it. Try and get back in to normal routines - waking up, getting ready, breaks, snacks, bedtime etc. Do you have everything ready and organised for your return back to school? How do you feel about coming back to school? Speak to a grown up - let them know and if you have any questions, ask - they/we might be able to answer them.


As Science week approaches, we hope that your ideas for the Science competitions are evolving based on Farmvention (linked to our unit on Plants) and the Creative Earth Art Competition. We will upload some more information soon, but in the meantime, please visit their websites to find out more and start developing your ideas/designs. 


Creative Earth Art Competition:


Once again, parents, thank you for continued support in your children's learning - this would not be possible without you. If you have any questions for the class teachers, please use the Teams classroom to send a message or email us on and please check this web page regularly for updates. For any technical issues you may be having with Microsoft Teams, please contact 


Kind Regards,

The Year 3 Team



Online Learning Timetable

Remote Learning Rules

Remote Learning: Parent's Document

A Special Message to the children at Ryvers School from GB athlete Adam Gemili!!

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Competition Time


Some useful web links and resources for you to use.

Some information for the term ahead:

  • Reading books will be handed out on Wednesday, to be returned on Monday. Pupils must read daily for at least 15 minutes. This is essential for developing reading, spelling and grammatical skills.
  • Year 3 PE Day is Thursday. All pupils MUST wear their PE to school on that day.
  • Homework will be set on a Wednesday to be returned on Monday. Pupils will regularly get set short challenges to complete throughout the week.
  • Spelling this term will be consolidating KS1 vocabulary and building subject vocabulary through the use of the knowledge organisers.
  • Times Table Rockstars and My Maths continues. Use 2-3 times a week. The focus this half term is recognising and writing numbers to 1000, compare numbers and solve problems using hundred, tens and units.
  • Use the Knowledge Organisers to support your child’s learning.
  • All pupils must bring a coat and a water bottle to school EVERY day. A healthy snack such as fruit is suggested for break times.
  • Messages for the teacher should be noted in the pupil’s Home Learning Log and bought to the teacher’s attention once in class.


Useful links:

Leitner System: Using flash cards

BBC Bitesize Primary

Lets Celebrate

Online Audio Stories

Free online ebooks (free registration)

Festive Friday Fun

Year 3's Poppy Displays to mark Remembrance Day

As part of Year 3 and 4’s theme of Africa they engaged in a live workshop today, Tuesday 6th October 2020, with Jo Elphink from The David Shepherd Foundation. A charity that raises awareness and funds to protect endangered animals across Africa. Pupils enjoyed learning about the large variety of animals that live in the varied biomes across the continent.

  • Ryvers Primary School,
  • Trelawney Avenue,
  • Slough,
  • Berkshire,
  • SL3 7TS