St George's CE Primary School

Swift Class trip to Quarry Bank Mill on 22nd March - letters to be handed out 25.01.23 and to pay online. 

Swift Class (Y3)




Page last updated: 24.01.23


  • PE kit every Wednesday and Thursday
  • Reading record should be in everyday but checked on a Tuesday
  • Spelling test every Wednesday 
  • Homework due at the end of the term


Welcome to Swift Class

The class teachers are Miss Kay and Miss Chadwick and our teaching assistant is Mrs Jamieson.



Our Current Class Text

Our new class text is Oliver Twist, by Charles Dickens followed by Street Child, by Berlie Doherty this term, which are both linked to our topic about the Victorians. 

Our Maths Topic

Miss Chadwick is looking at multiplication and division this term. It's expected that Year 3 are confident in their 2,5,10, 3 ,4 and 8 times table. 

Miss Kay will be finishing addition and subtraction and then moving onto measure and perimeter. 

Please feel free to ask the free parent resources on the white rose website: Parent resources | Maths workbooks | White Rose Maths

Victorian Day

On Tuesday 24th January Year 3 experienced Victorian day, where we were able to experience what life was like in a Victorian school. We did the three r’s – arithmetic, writing and reading. We took part in physical education and did: hoop training, drills, skipping and sang ring a ring a roses. Finally, we spent are afternoon drawing the school as it was originally built in pencil and then charcoal. Would we have survived in a Victorian school?

Experience Harvest

In November Year 3 went to Mossley Methodist Church for 'Experience Harvest', which is a community led carousel of activities about harvest within the church. They rotated round 5 different activities and had a range of different experiences, including: weaving, origami and making clay pots.  

Stone Age to Iron Age immersive workshop

In September Swift class took part in a Stone Age to Iron age immersive workshop. We looked at lots of different bone which have been discovered and learnt about how people in these times lived. 

Tuesday 20th September 2022

Today in literacy we set up our own Stone Age Camp. We worked in teams to make an authentic camp, sang a campfire song and then had to pack up for the migration. This work will feed into our writing tomorrow. 


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Remote Learning



Times Tables

By the end of year three the expectation is that all children will be confident with their 2s, 5s, 10s, 3s, 4s and 8s times tables. We will practise these at least three times a week during school. The children will need to use Times Tables Rock Stars at home for a least 10 minutes a day to practise these tables. All children have been provided with a login previously, but if you have lost it please don't hesitate to ask for a new one.

To access Times Tables Rock Stars please follow the link below and use the school postcode (OL5 OHT) to find our school.  

Expectations for reading at home

Reading at home is very important in helping your child to learn new vocabulary and improve their spelling. Reading lets us explore new worlds and opens up our imagination.

Every child has been provided with their login details previously but if you have lost them please just ask. The link you will need to access Rising Stars is below. Our centre ID is 198939. 

This Terms Homework

Year 3 Spellings 

Year 2 common exception words 

Year 3 statutory spellings 

Spelling Homework

Spellings will be handed out on Thursday for the spelling test on Wednesday. 

Year 3 Curriculum Plan