A Super Week Year 3 – 04.11.22

Year 3 Autumn 2 Topic The Seven Wonders of the World

Autumn 2 Overview

ENGLISH – ‘The Bubble’ Story writing – An adventure on a bubble around the Colosseum and the Great Wall of China

MATHS – Addition and Subtraction / Multiplication and Division

SCIENCE – Animals, including Humans

TOPIC – The Seven Wonders of the World

PE – Outdoors – Invasion games / Indoors – Gymnastics

Important Information


Children need to read 3x a week at home and have their reading logs signed by an adult. They need to bring their reading record to school everyday too. The children quiz themselves to allow them to build on their reading strategies and feel confident with their reading, moving up through different levels.


PE lessons are on a MONDAY (Outdoors) and FRIDAY (Indoors). Children need to wear – a white t-shirt, back shorts/ black joggers/ trainers and their red school jumper/cardigan.


Homework will be handed out every Thursday and it needs to be handed back in every Tuesday.

Spellings will be given out on Monday and children will be given a spelling test every Friday.


Year 3 have had a super week this week and settled in well, ready for their new topic on ‘Wonders of the World’. In this topic, the children will be going on adventure- learning about the magnificent seven wonders of the world and where they are found around the world.

In English, the children began to plan their story about their fictional character going on an adventure on a bubble, visiting places like the Colosseum (Italy) and The Great Wall of China (China). They have been building on their descriptive ideas about these places by watching videos and looking at pictures. We can’t wait to read their stories!

In Maths, the children have been setting out their addition number sentences into Column addition and solving problems.

The children have began to learn about animals, including humans in their science lesson. They have been discussing in class what they already know and talking about what they want to find during this topic.

Pupil of the Week

This week’s POW in 2CS is Shanaya-Rai, for always trying her best and for being a lovely friend.

This week’s POW in 2ZH is Musa, for trying his best and contributing in class discussions. Well Done Musa!

Reader of the Week

This Week’s Reader of the Week in 2CS is Alex! Alex is a superstar reader who always reads at home and is always enthusiastic when completing his reading quizzes. Well done!

This week’s Reader of the week in 2ZH is Georgie! Georgie has tried really hard with his quizzes and scored brilliantly on them all. He has also been reading regularly at home. Well done!

Super Spellers

Well done to the following children for scoring 10/10 on this weeks spellings!

Isha, Edith, Alex, Hizar, Shanaya-Rai and Luna!

Terrific Times Tables

Well done to the following children who scored 13/13 on their Friday timetable test!

Hizar, Edith, Skyla, Alex, Leo and Luna!

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