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Year 3 - Owls Class

Class Information

  • Class Teacher: Ms B Kaur

  • Higher Level Class Teaching Assistant: Miss L Konstantinov (Miss K)

Welcome to Owls Class

View our welcome booklet here

Year 3 children continue their learning journey to Phase 2 at Saint George’s Primary Phase. Phase 2 consists of years 2, 3 and 4. This enables a smooth transition across the infants to junior age range, ensuring all children feel comfortable and well-supported.

In Year 3 children are provided with many opportunities to show their independence and their sense of responsibility, such as being a School Council Rep or a Class Monitor, much like in Year 2. Children are allocated their own desk space with a named tray in which to keep their day-to-day classroom resources for which they are responsible. They will not be required to bring their own pencil cases as there is plenty of equipment for them to use at school.

Daily whole-class singing and musical activities continue to play an important role in assisting with Literacy excellence and building confidence, teamwork and resilience.

We continue to take part in weekly Forest School trips, have regular outdoor visits within the local community to enhance our understanding of the world around us and enjoy Maths mastery both inside and outside the classroom.

We look forward to welcoming you into Owls Class!


Our timetable can be downloaded below. Here, parents and pupils have the opportunity to view the class schedule to see the day-to-day routine including the range of curriculum that is covered. We have found that children with SEND have responded well to visually seeing the structure of the day ahead.

Terms/Topic Information

Our learning this year will be based on the topics below and will change accordingly each term. Parents will receive a topic web and home learning grid at the start of each term informing them about what the children will be learning. This will also be available below to download.

At Saint George’s Primary Phase, we have introduced ‘50 Things Before I Leave Saint George's Primary’, this helps to give children the opportunity to tick off big items throughout their primary years. The experiences and activities Year 3 gets to complete include: 

#8 - Visit a place of worship

#15 - Learn to skip

#35 - Count to ten in a foreign language

#47 - To know my home address and phone number

More information about the subjects can be found on our curriculum pages here.

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