Welcome to Year Three Moore Class


Our adults are Mrs Taylor, Mrs Haslam, Miss Patel and Mrs Lunn and you can contact us on Class Dojo or speak to us before or after school.

Our class is named after Captain Sir Tom Moore who was an army veteran  from Bedfordshire. He raised money for NHS Charities Together during the COVID-19 pandemic by walking 100 laps of his garden. Captain Sir Tom united the nation and gave us hope when it was needed most. 

We read the story of Captain Sir Tom Moore - have a look at the link below.

One Hundred Steps


Have a look at our weekly timetable below

Year 3 Curriculum


To support your child's learning in school please ensure they have the following in school everyday:

  • reading book and planner  
  • water bottle  
  • coat

Summer 1 Term

Maths- We will be learning all about fractions, looking at finding fractions of a number and counting in tenths. We will also  work on measures by looking at time and money.

English-We will be  reading  "The  Invention of Hugo Cabret" by Brian Selznick and using this as a stimulus to write descriptive pieces including diary entries and conversations. We will also be using the book to compare life in the past to the present and comparing the book to the film version. 

Science - Our topic is all about 'Animals including humans'.

Geography- We are going to be studying Rio and South - East Brazil

RE- Our unit of study this half term is  a Christian Unit  - " What kind of world did Jesus want?"

Computing- We will be looking at Information Technology with elements of Digital Literacy.

Music-  We will be working with Mr Dunkley from Bolton Music Service

PE- We will be developing our cricket skills and working with Manchester United coaches in school.

Spanish- We will be taught by Senorita Ormes and we will be learning about  meals and food items in Spanish. 

PSHE- Our topic is Economic Wellbeing

DT - Our topic this half term is based on structures and we will be constructing a castle


Our PE days are Monday and Friday. Children must wear the below kit to take part in the lesson. Earrings must be removed or covered if they cannot be removed. Hair must be tied up in a bobble and headbands must be removed. 

Please note that children must wear trainers. Plimsolls are not suitable for PE.


Every week your child will be set homework on Spelling Shed, TT rockstars and occasionally Purple Mash. You child will be listened to read in school but it is important that you listen to your child read at least three times a week and sign their diary. Mrs Roughley has asked every child to read every day at home, even for just 10 minutes.

Spelling Shed  link - Spelling Shed

Times Tables Rockstars link  - TTRS


Thank you for your support with your child's learning.