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Welcome to Year 3!

My name is Miss Brough and I am the class teacher for this academic year. We are also very lucky to have Mrs Sinton as our teaching assistant whom lots of you already know. She is here to support us all and help you grow.

This page will be regularly updated with key information and also what the children have been getting up to in class. We have lots of great topics ahead so please keep on looking to celebrate the children's work and success over the year,

We fully understand that the children have been away from school for quite some time now but please do not worry. We may have to adapt to perhaps a new school routine but we are a family here at St Peter's and we will do this together!

We are both very excited to see all the children's wonderful smiles back in school and we can't wait to have lots of fun this year!

If anyone needs to get in contact with myself at any time you can email or ring the school office and I will get back to you as quickly as possible.  

Miss Brough & Mrs Sinton


Key information & dates

End of Year 3 expectations

PE will take place on a Tuesday. Please ensure your child has their full indoor/outdoor kid with their name labelled on all items of clothing including their shoes.

Homework: Due to the current situation homework will be sent and completed on our online platforms; Spelling Shed, TT Rockstars & Purple Mash.

Children should also read EVERY night (even if it is just a couple of pages)!

Please can we remind you that we are a nut free school. Please do NOT send your child to school with anything that contains nuts, This includes products that say, 'May Contain Nuts'. Your child will not be able to eat any of these products on the school premises


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14th September 2020


This week on Friday 18th the children will be painting their Saint Teresa stain glass windows that they have been creating. Please can they bring in an old t-shirt that you don't mind getting dirty as we will be using acrylic paints, which does stain clothes. If anyone is struggling please let me know. I will post the children's work on here once they are completed.

Many thanks,

Miss Brough