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Year 3 Mr A Milne

Welcome to Year 3


Mr A Milne - Class Teacher

Mrs P Bradshaw - HLTA Monday am, Wednesday am, all day Thursday

Mrs E Hathway - LSA Wednesday am, Thursday am

Miss E Thomas - LSA Tuesday am, Friday am                

Weekly Bulletins

Term 1 & 2 Knowledge Organisers

Trip to the Woods

We have been using the book ‘The Magic Faraway Tree’, to inspire our learning.  As a part of our learning, we enjoyed a trip to the local woods on Wednesday, where the children listened to some of the story and also took part in some woodland related activities.


Japanese Art of Hapa-Zome

Terms 5 & 6 Knowledge Organiser

Term 3 & 4 Knowledge Organiser

Making Tee-pee's


A fun and fascinating online event with children's author Sarah Roberts, Keep Britain Tidy and our Eco-Schools team.

WORLD BOOK DAY - 1st March 2023

What a magical day we had to celebrate World Book Day!

The children and staff all looked amazing as they took part various activities in class and learning how to play quidditch!

Quidditch fun!


The year 3's had a fab time making potions with Professor Snape.



The year 3 and 4 went to the Living rainforest, Thatcham, Reading on Monday 23rd January.  It was a cold and early start.  We left school at 8am and travelled down the M5 and M4 to our final destination.  We had a slight delay when we arrived as the road had been closed for emergency repair work and we had a 40 minute detour.  We were welcomed by the staff and groups of children were taken around the rainforest where our guides provided lots of information.  The children learnt about the animals and the plants of the rainforest.   It was a fab day!

Year 3 Bread Making 20th Jan

Term 1 & 2 Knowledge Organiser

Term 2

The Halloween Disco

We started the term with a PoW event. The children looked very scary in their various costumes and had great fun joining DJ Mr Feely in the hall to dance the night away.

Cinema Trip

On Friday the 11th we went on a  trip to the cinema to watch The Railway Children. The Year 3 children were taken by their parent/carer to Worle train Station.  We then caught the train to Weston Super Mare.  The children really enjoyed the film.  We then travelled back to Worle train station and walked back to school having eaten our packed lunch at the cinema.

The day before, a rail safety expert came in, to talk to the children about how to be careful and take care, whilst travelling by train. They then supported us by taking us on the train and helping in the cinema.  Thank you Platform Rail.

Anti-Bullying Week

To show support for anti-bullying week the children wore odd socks to school.

Children In Need

Friday 18th November was Children in need day.  The children brought cakes into school which were sold by the PoW at the end of the day to raise money to donate to CIN.  Well done everyone!

Evacuee Day

On Friday 18th November we welcomed evacuee's from Parson Street Primary School, Bristol.  They arrived by train.

During the day there were different activities;  Code breaking, a learning walk around Worle, Bristol during the Blitz (Ariel archeology) and pigeons that were used to deliver coded messages.



The year ended with a whole school trip to the Panto at the Playhouse and a joint performance of Pandemonium with the year 4 class to parents/carers and the whole school.

Father Christmas also paid us a visit.  He gave us individual presents and well as a whole class gift of supporting WWF and adopting a Leopard for a year.





We started the term by taking part in the Big Green Week.  The Great Big Green Week is the UK's biggest ever celebration of community action to tackle climate change and protect nature. 

The children took posters home to colour and then displayed them in their house windows.  They all look amazing!

Big Green Week


To help raise funds to support future school trips and support the learning of our topic, World War 2, the year 3 and 4 class took part in a sponsored walk from Sand Bay back to school.

They were able to view the pillar boxes still remaining in Sand Bay and then walk into the woods where, during the war, there was a special visitor.  The American President Mr Dwight Eisenhower.

Thank you for all your support.


Our class spent some time learning all about Diwali.  They learnt all about the festival of light and how important this is to the Hindu faith.  The children enjoyed decorating and making lanterns.

SEE Monster

Find out all about our trip to the SEE monster by using the link below;