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St John's Class

Welcome to St. John's Class. Our class is made up of 29 Year 3 children. Our Teacher is Mrs Grindlay, and our Teaching Assistants are Mrs Rowe and Mrs Caiger.


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St John's Class Curriculum Information 2019/20

Please find below the curriculum plan for Autumn Term 1 2019



St John's Class Homework 2019/20

Weekly homework in St John's Class  is expected to be daily reading, spelling practise and times tables practise. The spelling list for the term can be found below. Spellings will be tested on Fridays. Additional homework may be issued as and when necessary to individual pupils.  

Week Commencing 21st October:  Continue to practise 4 & 8 times table.  Why not play a speed test game and challenge your child to better their score.  Too easy?  Then try the division facts, or mix them up.

Below are the mathematic homework tasks for each group. Your child will know which group they are in. Literacy homework will be to practise the spelling of the Year 2 HFW words as these will be tested next half-term. The children will have two-weeks to complete these tasks.



Parent Information

In this section you will find any letters & information issued by the class teacher and other documents which may be of use to you. If you need a document that is not provided, please ask the class teacher.  


In St John's Class we believe that reading is one of the most important skills to teach your child. Good readers, make good writers and orators. Before a child can read well, parents and teachers need to foster a love of reading.  We welcome the support of parents in making reading a fun and   enjoyable activity.  Reading books are issued regularly and children are encouraged to make their own choices of a wide range of genres.  Below are some documents to help you grow the reading bug and a list of recommended books for Year 3. 

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