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Class 3 - Beijing- Miss Turner


Welcome to Class 3. We have an exciting year ahead learning lots of new things and enjoying being back together in school.

Together we can make your child's journey a positive and enjoyable experience. 

When you click on the links below there is an overview for our topics and other useful information.

Make sure you keep hearing your child read as much as possible and encourage them to read for enjoyment. On one of the links below there are some recommended reads for Year 3 and 4.

Miss Turner



Autumn One Mighty Metals and Tribal Tales Spring One – Off with her head! Summer One – Predator
Autumn Two – Misty Mountain, Winding River Spring Two – Urban Pioneers Summer Two – Pharoahs and Mummies




Three Year cycle

Religious Education Knowledge organiser

Recommended reads Year 3 

Recommended reads Year 4

Year 3 and 4 common exception words

https://sites.google.com/site/primarycurriculum2014/ Information about the Year 3 and Year 4 Curriculum

Class 3 - Photos


Miss Turner’s Phonic Group

Phonics Screening Test - taken in June

Student Teacher

Helping Your Child in Maths

Helping Your Child in English



ALWAYS check the website before your child uses it.

https://www.booksfortopics.com/ - brilliant ideas for books your child could read

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/ - some fabulous online books to read

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/ - great games for supporting Maths

https://ttrockstars.com/ - improve your timestable knowledge

National Geo for Kids is full of information about the world around us, from China, to dinosaurs, to space missions, and everything in between! It’s like an online magazine for kids, full of articles, competitions and educational videos.

Young Ocean Explorers is an amazing website made by a father and daughter team from New Zealand. If you are into the deep blue sea, rather than the skies above, this is your new go-to website.


While every attempt has been made to ensure the suggested websites are child-friendly and safe, please tell a member of staff if you have any e-safety concerns regarding these suggestions.