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Greenhaw Primary School

Primary 3

Welcome to the Primary 3 Learning Area!

We hope that the page can be used to share some of the fantastic work completed by our very talented Primary 3 children.  

Below is a selection of literacy and numeracy learning intentions for this term. We hope that you will find them useful when supporting your child at home.

Miss Wilson

 

Literacy

Literacy - Sept/Oct

  • Speak aloud clearly in class discussions/ answering questions
  • Listen carefully to instructions
  • Listen to and follow directions from all school staff
  • Read for enjoyment – using the class / school library
  • Participate in Guided Reading sessions using the school scheme (Oxford Reading Tree)
  • Form upper and lower case letters correctly and neatly
  • Write in simple sentences, using a capital letter at the start and a full stop at the end
  • Know that we use capital letters for people’s names, days of the week and months of the year
  • Record their own questions using question marks (link to theme asking questions of people who help us at school)
  • Begin to recognise nouns in sentences
  • Develop phonics/ spellings through the Sounds-Write programme and differentiated spelling groups

Numeracy

Numeracy- Sept/Oct

  • Count, read, write and order numbers up to 20/ 50 /100
  • Read number names up to ten / twenty
  • Use a number line for adding/ subtracting up to 10 / 20
  • Have quick recall of addition and subtraction facts up to 10
  • Read and record o’clock and half past times on analogue/ digital clocks
  • Become familiar with the order of the days of the week and months of the year
  • Recognise and know the properties of some 2D shapes (square, circle, triangle, rectangle, hexagon)
  • Begin to recognise pentagons and octagons
  • Know the names of some 3D shapes (cube, cuboid, cylinder, pyramid, cone)

Important Info

WAU- Our Topic

Let’s Get Together – At School

The children will gain an increased self-confidence at school and awareness of their school identity. Opportunities to explore the school grounds and be aware of its layout (know where different classrooms/ key places) are situated will be provided. They will begin to recognise changes in schools today (including their own school) and in the past; learn about some of the jobs of people who help us at school; find out more about local festivals celebrated such as Halloween and know about some basic road safety and personal safety skills when out and about.

 

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