Year 3

Miss Jaremko assisted by Mrs Duncan and Mr Hill


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.

I am very excited about all of the wonderful things we are going to learn this year, we are looking at some great topics about the Stone Age and much more.

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

Our Class Blog

Year 3 Learn the Recorder

The Year 3 class have the pleasure of learning to play the recorder with Mr Crinson. The children have learned to play notes B, A and G, practised reading notes and learned some songs. We look forward to playing for the parent and friends of Fellside in the summer...

The Brand New Cycling Generation

Resilience is a core value at Fellside and Year 3 are taking the opportunity to demonstrate their ability to try, try and try again in a new project - Cycling Generation with Bike It Ben! This half term, the Year 3 children will be spending time cycling in and outside...

Year 3 Archaeologists and Artists

Today Year 3 visited the Great North Museum and Hatton Gallery in Newcastle. We arrived first at the Great North Museum Hancock and met Kathryn, who would speak to us about the Stone and Bronze Ages. We showed off a lot that we had learned so far and then Kathryn told...

Year 3’s Marvellous Medicine

Year 3 have been learning all about instruction writing by reading George's Marvellous Medicine. In preparation for writing their own instructions using the features and skills we have learned, Year 3 created their own 'potions' using a variety of craft objects,...

What’s That Coming Over The Hill? Year 3 Dance

It's the Year 3 monsters! Zombies, ghouls and witches galore got creative and danced to 'The Automatic - Monster' in time for upcoming Halloween festivities. Over the course of this half term, Year 3 have been choreographing a group dance considering beat, shape,...

Conker Competition in Full Swing

The annual Fellside Conker Competition got underway on Wednesday in Key Stage 2. Many of the Year 3s, 4s, 5s and 6s are taking part in the traditional game and will be competing first against their classmates then across the Key Stage to gain the title of Conker...

Year 3 Build Mesolithic Villages

This is what we had to say about our learning today: Year three have been discussing what a Mesolithic village would look like and how it could be built using natural materials - Sophie We had to think about working together to build them - Evie Our group built canoes...


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