Year 3

Miss Jaremko assisted by Mrs Duncan and Mr Black


A warm welcome to Year 3. We’ve got many things to look forward to this year – feel free to catch me if you have anything you wish to discuss with me.

As you’ll remember – the door is always open to you!

Our Class Blog

Year 3 Meet the Police

On Monday, the police visited Fellside to talk to us about their work in the community. After an informative assembly, Year 3 joined with Year 2 to talk to Dawn and Michael, to of the officers, about Stranger Danger and Road Safety. We knew lots of useful information...

Helping Plants Grow

Year 3 have been learning about how to help plants grow. We planted 5 seed types in different conditions and over the next 3 weeks we will be seeing how this effects the growth. The seeds we planted were tomato, sunflower, nasturtium, morning glory and French bean. We...

Year 3 Summer Term Curriculum

Welcome back to the final term of Year 3! We are looking forward to lots of exciting topics over the next term. Please download our curriculum overview to find out what we will be learning about. Year 3 Summer Term...

Masterminds of the UK

Year 3 performed their class assembly all about the UK on Tuesday donned in patriotic red, white and blue. It was clear that they had a wealth of geographical knowledge, as well as musical talent as they showcased their learning for family and friends. A special well...

Fellside’s Art Exhibition

Today, doors opened for our real art exhibition, where children's work has been mounted, framed and cataloged for parents, carers and friends to browse and purchase. Our resident artists were, of course, the first to lay their eyes on the masterpieces and experience...

‘Wild Nights’ Poetry

Year 3 have been learning about traditional poetry through the works of Robert Louis Stevenson. We have read and performed many of his famous poems, including 'Land of Counterpane', 'Where Go the Boats' and 'Windy Nights', which was the model for our own poetry. As we...

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