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Maple Class

We are Y3 and our class is called Maple. We have 23 children in our class and we are all aged between seven and eight. Our classroom is found on the first floor of the new extention, so we are lucky to be able to work in a bright, modern classroom.  

Our teacher is Miss Forster and our teaching assistant is Mrs Hill.  


Our topic for this year is ‘Chocolate'. This is going to be an exciting topic with lots of potential for interesting work.

This term we are studying the Geography of chocolate, researching where it comes from and its journey to the supermarket.


In art we will be studying African art in which we will create our own African Landscapes in silhouette style.


Our scientific work includes Magnets and Forces. We will be performing fair tests to see what materials are magnetic, testing to see what magnet is the strongest and testing the friction of different surfaces! Exciting!

Class Book

Our class book is Iron Man by Ted Hughes and this will be our focus book all half term. We will create letters, stories, setting and character descriptions, instructions and non-chronological reports all based around this topic. Can you find out any interesting facts about Ted Hughes or Iron Man?


In computing we will focus on E-safety ensuring that children understand how to use the internet safely. We will be using the safe search browser during this topic! Remember to be SMART!


During the Autumn term there will be a handball club being ran for Year 3/4 children and it will start on Wednesday 13th September.


We hope you enjoy looking at some of the activities that we do in school.


Keep a lookout on our website for further information and photographs.


Miss Forster







Mathematics and English coverage in Year 3.

Use the web links below to develop skills and understanding of all the curriculum work we do in school.

There are lots of really fun activities to try! Enjoy!

Learn all about prepositions by singing along to: "Preposition" by The Bazillions

Up, down, all around -- learn your prepositions as you sing along with The Bazillions' hit song! Find out more at Preposition by The Bazillions ©2010 All rights reserved.

Learn about how the letter e can change a vowel sound by singing along to: "Silent e" by The Bazillions

Silent e holds the key that guarantees so much for us to see! Watch and learn just a few of the hundreds of words that are possible thanks to Silent e! Silent e By The Bazillions ©2013 All rights reserved.

Learn this spelling rule about the letters q and u by singing along to: "Q and U" by The Bazillions

Hey there's Q and his best friend U! Follow these best buds on a spelling and reading sing-along with The Bazillions! Find out more at Q and U by The Bazillions ©2015 All rights reserved.

Learn how to improve your writing by singing along to the song: "Similes and Metaphors" by The Bazillions

Simile Girl and Metaphor Man are here to save the day! These heroes make learning your similes and metaphors as easy as pie. Similes and Metaphors By The Bazillions ©2013 All rights reserved. Similes and metaphors are similar but nothing more than a comparison in different ways.

Learn all about the different conjunctions by singing the Conjunction Song from Grammaropolis - "Let's Bring It All Together"

Classroom accounts now available for teachers! Visit for songs, books, games, quizzes, and individual student tracking! Lyrics: VERSE 1 Let's get together Join our words as one. Choose your words for their function. Conjunctions gonna get it done. Yeah if you're gonna join a word or phrase Or clause today, May I interject hey, hey!

Learn the names of all the different triangles by singing the song: "Triangular Triangles" by The Bazillions

Sing along with Maybelline Scalene, Eloise Isosceles, and Daffodil Equilateral, as you learn to untangle these triangular triangles!

Learn the difference between perimeter and area by singing the song: "Perimeter Around The Area" by The Bazillions

Sing along with The Bazillions as these cool cats show you the facts about perimeter and area!