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'Life in all its fullness.' John 10:10
We have in year places available for September 2020, the groups are: Nursery-1, Reception-0, Y1-1, Y2-1, Y3-0, Y4-1, Y5-3 and Y6-1. Spread the word!
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'Life in all its fullness.' John 10:10
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'Life in all its fullness.' John 10:10
We have in year places available for September 2020, the groups are: Nursery-1, Reception-0, Y1-1, Y2-1, Y3-0, Y4-1, Y5-3 and Y6-1. Spread the word!
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Year 3 Home Learning Photos


Here are some of the photos you have been sending me so far! Keep up the good work and keep showing me your wonderful work so we can all share it together!


Weekly timetable for the final two weeks of term!


Dear year 3,


How are you all? We are almost there! You have all worked absolutely wonderfully over the last term and I'm ever so proud of you all!


I am so excited to be able to see many of you over the next couple of weeks! If I am not going to be seeing you, please feel free to drop me an email and we will have a chat!


I have uploaded work for those who wish to complete it and particularly those who won't be in school over the next few weeks. 


Again, the work that you, parents and children, have put in is a testament to you all and I am so pleased with how you have all handled everything!


Take care of yourselves and see you soon!!


Miss Mallett


Weekly Timetable 29th June


Weekly Timetable: 22nd June 2020


Dear Year 3, 


I hope you are all well! I am really excited about our recent plans to open the school to more children - I hope I can see as many of you as I can! 


Below is our weekly timetable. I have added another extra section for us to have a look at as I know some of you have been flying through the work!


Feel free to email me if you need anything. 

 Take care,


Miss Mallett


Weekly Timetable 15th June


Dear year 3,


Here is the timetable for this week! There are a few changes here and there so if you need any guidance, drop me an email!


Exciting news about a potential return to school! I am over the moon about the chance to see some (or all) of you!!


Take care, have a lovely week,


Miss Mallett


Weekly Timetable


Dear year 3, 


Thank you all for being so patient with me recently in getting the work uploaded and replying to emails! Since returning to school, I have been very busy but hopefully this hasn't affected you too much!


Rest assured, I am reading every piece of work sent to me, even if I don't get the opportunity to reply. I will aim to put some more pictures up on the website soon. The work I have seen is excellent and I have thoroughly enjoyed seeing what you have been up to. 


Please never hesitate to email me to discuss anything or to catch up, I will get back to you as soon as I can!


Take care,


Miss Mallett

Weekly Timetable: 1st June


Dear Year 3,


I hope you are all well and have had a fantastic half term. I have really enjoyed receiving your stories and look forward to spending some time reading them in the evenings this week.


I am currently with a class at school so my replies and communication may not be quite as swift as it has been. I will always endeavour to get back to you as soon as I can. I hope you can all understand. 


You have all done such a fantastic job so far with home learning and I'm very proud of the work you have produced; you should be too!! If you need me, I'm always at the other end of an email. I miss you all very much.


Best wishes, 


Miss Mallett

Weekly Timetable: 18th May


Dear year 3,


I hope you are all well! This weeks timetable is below and then next week is half term! I will still be contactable via email during that time.


I'm sure that you're all working very hard but I hope that you are also enjoying the sun when you go out to exercise or if you're lucky enough to have a garden. 


Keep looking after yourselves. Hopefully we will be back to see one another again soon!


Miss Mallett




What five-letter word becomes shorter when you add two letters to it?


What begins with T ends with and has T in it?


Which month has 28 days?


Where does Friday come before Thursday?

Weekly timetable 11th May


Dear year 3, 


I hope you're all well! Below, I have added this weeks timeline. I will be in school over the next few days so I might be slightly delayed in replying to any emails. 

I will upload the information needed for the topic and science worksheets as soon as I can.


Look after yourselves!


Miss Mallett


Weekly work and timetable - 4th May


Dear Year 3,


I hope you are all safe and well.


Please find this week's work below.


The competition this week is in the form of a science/geography project! Enjoy!


Maths game


Here is a maths game from Mrs Nicholls focusing on place value that is worth trying out at home for a bit of maths fun.


This week's riddles


1 - What's bright orange with green on top and sounds like a parrot?What's bright orange with green on top and sounds like a parrot?


2 - There's a one-story house where everything is yellow. The walls are yellow. The doors are yellow. Even all the furniture is yellow. The house has yellow beds and yellow couches. What color are the stairs?


3 - What's really easy to get into, and hard to get out of?


As always, feel free to email me your pictures, work and anything else you would like to talk about! I will reply as soon as I can!


Stay safe,


Miss Mallett

Mrs Topping's Music Lessons


Below are the website links for Mrs Topping's lessons. We can't on school comms as the URL will not activate!


Fife Lesson 2:


Singing First Access:


Herts Music Support:




Weekly work and timetable - 27th April - 1st May


Dear Year 3,


I hope that you and your families are well and taking care of one another. 


I have uploaded the timetable and work for this week below. I have received a lot of positive feedback about the new format so I will keep uploading as such. If you have anything you wish to discuss, please do email me and we can try and work out the best way of working for you. 



I will now be running weekly competitions... here's a nice easy one to start us off.

This week, I am running a competition - The Extreme Home Learning Challenge!

All you need to do, is take a picture of yourself doing some learning at home in the craziest position you can find/think of! 
The winner will be featured at the top of our class page for the week!

Can't wait to see your entries.


This week's riddles

Try and solve these riddles:


1 - Joe’s father had three sons: Peter, Nick and ?


2 - What breaks when you say it?


3 - What can you hold without touching it?



To emphasise: you do not need to worry about how much work you get done, I know that it is especially difficult for some of you and that is ok. 

I am missing you all very much and wish we could get back to our learning! It's been so fantastic hearing from so many of you and I will continue to upload the photos that you have been sending me. 


Best wishes, 


Miss Mallett



Weekly Timetable and Work


Dear Year 3 Parents,


I hope you and your families are well. Please find attached this week's timetable with attached resources. If you are unsure of anything, please email me at:


I know that this is a challenging time, hopefully this will help some of you in supporting home learning for your children. I completely understand that not everyone will be able to complete work and, as such, will not be asking to see any work or following up if something is not complete. As a school, we will be working hard with you and the children when they return to make sure that they are progressing in the best way for them. 


If you have any pictures or work that you would like to share with me, please do email me! I have loved seeing all of your hard work so far.


If you have any issues or anything you would like to discuss, please email me. 


Best wishes


Miss Mallett

Welcome to Year 3!


A very warm welcome to Year 3! Miss Mallett is the class teacher and Mrs Mazur is the teaching assistant. 



In year 3 we will be focusing on our confidence and familiarity with our times tables in order to help us in every area of maths. 
We begin the year with our place value topic and will move onto addition and subtraction after half term. In Spring, we will look at multiplication, division and fractions. The Summer term will be all about measurement, geometry and statistics.
I will be looking for gaps in knowledge and supporting those children who need. 



In English, we will be focusing on SPaG skills alongside our core books that we are reading. These books will link in various ways to the wider topics that we are studying in year 3.
In the autumn term we will be looking at ‘War and Peas’ by Michael Foreman, ‘The Egyptian Cinderella’  by Shirley Climo, ‘The Egyptian Echo’ Non Fiction-Newspapers and List Poems
In the Spring, we will be looking at ‘The Great Kapok Tree: A tale of the Amazon Rainforest’ Lynne Cherry, ‘Leon and Bob’ by Simon James and ‘Hot like Fire’ by Valerie Bloom Poetry
In the Summer, we will be looking at ‘Into the Forest’ by Anthony Browne, ‘The Magic Box’ by Kit Wright Poetry and ‘The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane’ by Kate DiCamillo
Please do NOT read our core books before we have studied them.



In Science, we will be looking at Living things, forces and magnets, rocks, plants and light throughout the year and linking these with our topics.



Homework will be given on a Friday and be due in on Wednesday.
There will be an exercise in the maths book to complete each week, spellings and handwriting as well as 15 minutes of reading a day to be filled out in the reading record. 
If homework is not done more than once, a meeting will be arranged with parents.
Maths homework books have cost the school a lot and if lost will need to be replaced by parents.



At St Peter’s, the PE kit is a plain white or green t-shirt with either a pair of black or green shorts. In winter, the children are more than welcome to wear a pair of plain black or green jogging bottoms and a jumper. 
Please ensure the clothing is loose and the children can move freely. They should not include large logos. Football kits cannot be worn. 
P.E will take place on a Wednesday afternoon (indoors) and then on Friday afternoon, when they have either outdoor P.E depending on the weather.
Please keep the P.E. kit in school during the week and only take home to wash during weekends. 


Classroom expectations

Be prompt - The children should be in school at 8:30am and should be picked up at 3:15pm. At 3:20pm, children will be taken to the office and parents will need to sign them out with a reason for the delay.
Show and Tell - This will be something that I do on a Friday and pick children throughout the week to show something. Show and Tell will not be done on any other days. 



Coats - children will be going out to break in rain, snow, wind, sun, any weather! (as long as it’s not dangerous).
Water bottles and snacks.

St Peters Values