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YEAR THREE

Welcome to Year 3, and the start of the journey through Key Stage 2. Our aim is for all Year 3 pupils to become more independent, confident and self-motivated learners through our engaging and exciting curriculum. We are passionate about learning, and we want to inspire this love of learning in all our pupils.

During this year, there is a great emphasis on the key skills of writing, reading and mathematics to give all pupils a firm grounding of the keys skills to enable them to be successful across Key Stage 2.

We hope your child enjoys Year 3 as much as we will. For more information, please look at our Year 3 blog.

Every morning there will be a member of staff at the door to welcome your child into school, and will be available to answer any questions or queries. If you wish to make an appointment with your child’s class teacher to discuss anything further, please contact the school office.

OUR CURRICULUM

At Park Hill Primary School, we are passionate about the curriculum and always plan imaginative and creative lessons, with the children at the centre of every decision we make. We want the best for our children, and ensure all lessons are suitably supportive and challenging for all individuals and their needs.

We like the children to be responsible for their own learning, and support them to choose work that will challenge their understanding and extend their knowledge.

Please find our curriculum jigsaw here to see what topics we will cover over the Autumn term. Autumn Term 1

OUR TEACHERS

Mrs Allen

Hello, my name is Mrs Allen, this is my fourth year at Park Hill, having previously taught in other schools in both Coventry and London. This is my first year in Middle School, Iam really excited about working with the children in Year 3 and supporting them in their school journey.  I feel proud to work at Park Hill, due to the caring nature of the children and the school values we hold. My favourite subjects are Geography and History, I love discovering wonderful and exciting facts out with the children.

In my spare time I am kept very busy with my daughter, we enjoy trips to the park and swimming and having lots of family time. I also enjoy keeping fit and eating out in lots of lovely restaurants, Thai is a favourite.

Mr Hammond

Hello, my name is Mr Hammond and I have been working at Park Hill for two years. I feel very proud to work at Park Hill due to the strong ethos of the school and the core values that help guide and inspire the children through the early stages of their education.

I am the PE Coordinator for the school and I feel passionate about promoting positive attitudes towards leading a healthy lifestyle along with encouraging children to challenge themselves in new situations and celebrating the children’s achievements.

I love teaching in Middle School as the children are so inquisitive and enthusiastic about their learning and they engage is quality discussions which add value to lessons. I regularly look to use technology and ICT within lessons in order to equip the children with the skills needed to engage in society, but to have lots of fun as well!

Mrs Roper

Hello, I am Mrs Roper and have been at Park Hill for almost 6 years. When I started teaching I specialised in Early Years education and also have experience teaching from nursery up to Year 4. I am also Phase leader for years 3 and 4 and feel that being part of a team is wonderful.

I love teaching children and look forward to the moment when I see them smile with pride at their success. My favourite subject is Science and my favourite children’s author is Allan Ahlberg. I lead Eco Schools at Park Hill and I really enjoy working outdoors and completing practical projects in the garden and forest school areas.

MINI GALLERY

SOME RECENT YEAR THREE NEWS

Bones, Bones, Bones!

In Science this week, we have been studying the human body! We started by investigating the human skeleton and discussing what it does for us. The human skeleton is very strong and complex and it provides stability for our organs alongside protecting them. Did you know there are 206 bones in the adult body? It […]

The Power of 5 Homework Project!

This term, 3AH were set a challenge to complete a range of Roman-themed homework tasks! The children have shown bucket loads of enthusiasm throughout the whole topic and have consequently produced some fantastic work as part of their project! Have a look at some of our work (you’ll be impressed);

Spring Clubs!

Today the children will have brought home the letter with information about Spring Term Clubs! We have over 20 clubs on offer next term so get in there and sign up quick!   Please click on the link below for the letter itself (we know some get lost in book bags!) Spring Term Extra-Curricular Activities […]

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