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Dubmire Primary Academy

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Dubmire Primary Academy

Year 3 Class Page

Welcome to the class page for Year 3

Using the web page, we plan to share and celebrate the successes and achievements of the children throughout the year. Below, we have provided some links for different websites that can be accessed at home.

 Welcome back! You were all superstars during lockdown! 

 Class Dojo can be used for communication between teachers and parents during school time. Children can also use the portfolio section of Dojo to upload any work they want to share with us. We would love to see what you are up to at home. 

How to access Class Dojo

Home learning

You are all doing amazingly with your home learning. It is fantastic to see so many of you on the Zoom calls and joining in when you can. The work being uploaded to your Dojo Portfolios is amazing too. You're all superstars. Keep up the great work! 

Remember to keep logging into Times Table Rock Stars, Spelling ShedDuolingo, Accelerated Reader, Epic! and Letter-join.

Well done Year 3. You have done an amazing job in lockdown; whether you have been at home or in school and should be really proud of yourselves. We are looking forward to seeing you all back in school on Monday. Have a great weekend. Mr Fisher and Miss Gilliland

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 05.03.21 - English answers - Can I use inverted commas to punctuate direct speech.pdfDownload
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To assist with reading at home, we are introducing ‘epic!’, which is a fantastic, online reading resource. The American site enables children to read a variety of texts which they would ordinarily be able to choose from bookshelves in school. Click here for a list of books available on the 'epic!' website which can also be tested on Accelerated Reader.

Oxford Owl also provide a range of eBooks which the children can access and read at home. Tests for some of the titles are also available on Accelerated Reader.

Use the link below Accelerated Reader by following this link:

Login information for all of the websites has been shared by class teacher over Class Dojo.

 Log in to Duolingo to practice your Spanish. Diviértete año Tres. 

New #TeamDubs Times Table Rock Stars competitions started on Friday 5th February. Remember to use Rock Slam mode to challenge your friends and teachers.

Highest scorers for competitions beginning 29th January.




3KG - Amelia

3JF - Emily

3KG - Poppy

3JF - Toby

3KG - Daniel

3JF - Sawyer

Make sure you are logging onto Spelling Shed and joining in with the latest competitions which started on Friday 5th February. Remember, you can challenge your friends to a Hive game.

Highest scorers for competitions beginning 29th January.

3KG - Amelia

3JF - Ava

3KG - Max

3JF - Ebony

3KG - Melita

3JF - Emily

Remember to log into Letter-join so you can keep practicing your handwriting. We love giving out pen licences.


Completed homework should be uploaded to your child's Portfolio on Class Dojo.

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Stone Age Survival Day

On Wednesday, Year 3 took part in a fantastic Stone Age Survival day. First, we learned about different ways of lighting fires including using iron-pyrite, a flint and steel, and a bow and drill. After that, we got to handle some Stone Age artefacts and find out more about the ways they were made, and used. In the afternoon, Rob, the instructor, showed us how to make Stone Age style bread: floor, water, oil and honey were the ingredients. We then cooked the bread over a real fire. It was delicious. Finally, we worked together to make Stone Age shelters. What a great day! To see what we got up to, watch the video below.

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For our first topic of the year, we are learning about the first people who lived in Britain. As part of this we will be studying to test ‘Stone Age Boy’



Here are the resources for this week's Spanish Lesson:







Art and DT