Respect - Collaborate - Grow
Welcome to Year 3!
Class Teachers: Miss S Davies and Miss A Hussain
Hello Year 3! My name is Miss Hussain and I am so pleased to be one of your teachers this year. I have been teaching for 6 years in total and my favourite subject to teach is English. My favourite author is Jacqueline Wilson and I am very lucky to have met her before at a book signing. This time last year, I was teaching in Abu Dhabi in the UAE, which is a very hot country and seven hours away from the UK. My hobbies include reading, drawing and painting. I really enjoy travelling and my favourite place that I have visited so far has definitely been Iceland. During my trip I explored amazing volcanoes and I even saw the Northern Lights. I am really looking forward to getting to know all of you this year and I am positive we will have a great time together learning at school!
Hello Year 3! My name is Miss Davies and I am so excited to be teaching you this year! I have been teaching for 9 years and have worked in schools in Wales as well as Dorney. One of my favourite things to do is to read. My favourite book series is Harry Potter – I even once queued up at midnight for the final two books in the series and I even had the chance to hold a real owl! My hobbies include running (I quite often sign myself up to run half marathons and try and raise lots of money for different charities), watching Swansea City play football and cooking. I am very passionate about Maths and Science and I have the very exciting role of leading Maths across the whole school. Year 3 is such an amazing exciting year and I know we will have the best time together with our learning!
PE DAY for Year 3
will be: Wednesday
YEAR 3 TIMETABLE
An acrostic poem is a poem of words or phrases that describes a topic word. The topic word is written vertically, and each line of the poem starts with the letters of the topic word, making this a fun, unique poetry form for children.
Year 3 were asked to write an acrostic poem this week for home learning and this is Tahlia's! She thought really carefully about what she wanted to include in her poem and her presentation is beautiful!