All Saint's Richmond Hill Church Of England Primary School

Welcome to Year 3!


Mr Adamson is our teacher and Miss Cummings is our teaching assistant.  We are also taught at times, mainly Mondays, by Miss Jowitt and Mrs Coggan. 


Our theme this term - Autumn 2-  is Yabadabadoo! Anyone who grew up in the 70s and 80s will immediately recognise this and not be surprised that our theme is based around the Stone Age.

A read of our curriculum letter and knowledge mat below will give you a good idea of what we are doing and how you can help your child.



As part of our theme we had an amazing fun packed trip to Wagamama in town.  Rob and the team gave us such a warm welcome and we learnt how to use chopsticks, we made some tasty healthy smoothies and weighed out the ingredients for our delicious lunch. The food was amazing!  Thanks Wagamama!

Our first theme - Nutritious and Delicious - gives us  a really interesting start to Year 3.  Reading the curriculum letter below, and the knowledge mats, will give you a clear idea of our first half term's work and how you can support your child's learning at home.

I can't believe we are starting our final theme! As you will see by looking at the following, we are finishing with a bang - literally!  Have a look on the PE/Sports Premium section of our website to see loads of great pictures of our recent day at West Leeds Activity Centre.



This half term we have another fabulous theme to really excite our imaginations! During the term we will become familiar with some  fascinating myths and legends from Ancient Greece, and much more too!

Our theme this term is the Harry Potter inspired Expelliarmus!  A read of what's below will show you what a great half term we have in school!

Our theme this term - Spring 1 - is Rocking All Over the World! It includes us reading the fantastic Kenzuke's Kingdom and a read of the curriculum letter and knowledge mat below will give you a very good idea of what we will be doing.


We had a fabulous last week of term.  Sara and Miss Jowitt helped us to make some beautiful cards and calendars to take home.  On top of this, we made some Stone Age axes on our celebration day.  Our party was great fun, and no Christmas party is complete without a visit from Santa Claus himself!

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