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3 Mrs Turner

What a beautiful day to visit a coastline!

Year 3 boarded the train at Derby Road Station for Felixstowe. While we waited for our train to arrive we counted the containers carried by the huge freight trains. We also noticed that the train tracks were parallel and so were the sleepers!

From Felixstowe station we walked through the side roads and finally ahead of us was the beach! We noticed the horizon where the sky meats the land or in this case the sea.

Having walked along the promenade, we then searched the beach for things on our scavenger hunt list. Things we needed to find were a smooth pebble, a feather, something old (not Mrs Turner!) something that shouldn't be on a beach and something a fisherman has lost. It was lots of fun and the children found some wonderful things.

Before we left the beach we learnt how to stack pebbles and created some beach art.

Scroll down to the PE icon to see pictures of Archery and Kinball.

Yippppeeee we got to go outside in the snow!

 We hope you all had an enjoyable Easter break are ready to continue your learning in KS2. Where has this year gone to? This is our final term in Year 3! It's going to be a busy term with two visits linked to our topic work and Sport's morning on Friday 26th May

(this is a change to the date). 


Our class is "Penguin Class" and Mrs Turner is the teacher and Miss Fraser, Mrs Singh and Mrs Durrant are our teaching assistants.


Outdoor PE is on a Thursday and indoor PE is on a Friday. Please send your child to school in their PE kit.

They may wear:

Black or navy shorts/skirt/jogging bottoms.

A plain white t-shirt (no logos)

Plain blue jumper or school sweatshirt (no hoodies)


Please remove ear-rings or provide tape to cover them, thank you


Summer term curriculum.

We have arranged the curriculum into topic areas this year rather than trying to cover each subject every week. Feedback from our pupils tells us they find learning more enjoyable and that they can see links between the different curriculum areas more easily.


Our topic areas for this half term are:

HISTORY - Local history including The Gainsborough Estate and Ipswich parks (We'll be visiting Holywells Park in late May)

SCIENCE - The life cycle of flowering plants

                    Light, shadows and sun safety

GEOGRAPHY - Coastlines (With a planned visit to Felixstowe in June)



Reading at least 3 times a week at home.

Work related to our current maths.

A piece of work connected to our current topic.


If you have any concerns please speak to me on the playground or contact me using my school email -





World Book Day means dressing up as a book character

Reading with the nursery children for World Book Day

Autumn Term timetable

French numbers from 1 to 20