Rowan Class

Rowan Class is a class of 19 Year 3 children, taught by Mr. Luke Stott and supported by Mrs. Kim Russell. On a Wednesday morning Year 3 are taught by Mr. David Kelly and in the afternoon the children are taught by Mrs. Kim Russell.

This term, Rowan Class’ topic is ‘Ancient Egyptians’.

In this topic, we will be exploring the Egyptian era and how the Egyptians lived. For Science, our focus will be on animals where we will be exploring health and nutrition before moving onto skeletons and movement. We will start this unit by exploring different diets for animals and humans before looking at how to live a healthy lifestyle. We will also continue to take care of our school allotment.

In RE, we will learn about David and the Psalms and exploring what values are important. We will then begin our topic on Christmas and how Christians celebrate this time of year.

If you would like to see what else we will be getting up to then here is our Curriculum Newsletter for the Autumn Term.

Rowan Class Autumn Curriculum News

Here is our curriculum matrix, where you can find all the topics for the rest of the year (B).  Christ Church Curriculum Matrix ROWAN and HAWTHORN CLASS – NEW 2023

Spellings will be tested each Friday and children will bring home the spellings for the whole half term on Friday 8th September 2023. Year 3 Spellings Autumn 1

Each Friday children will be provided with a homework sheet for their spellings which will be due back each week on Thursday. Blank Spelling Homework Sheet

We ask that children aim to read and access TTRockstars 3 times a week. Please can children ensure that they bring their reading book into school each day so that we have it for daily reading.

Our PE days are as specified on the school newsletter as Tuesday and Wednesday. Year 3 children will require their swimming kit each Wednesday. Children should arrive at school in their PE kits on both of these days.

If you have any questions regarding our class structure or our curriculum, please do not hesitate to contact me at school or via email.