Welcome to Year 3

Welcome to St. Michael's!

A very warm welcome to our new children starting in Year 3 in September 2020

One-Stop Page for all you need to know!

Please follow the links below for all the information you will need to start the new year off at St. Michael’s in September.

Uniform

School meals

Term dates

Curriculum

Policies

Handbook

Letters

School procedures

Welcome letter

Meet the teacher

Junior school ready

Transition book

New pupil form (complete before September).

Medication form (complete if needed).

Take a virtual tour of our school

With Miss Walker, Year 3 teacher

Meet your new teachers!

Meet Miss Walker!

I thought I would tell you a little bit about me and what you can expect in year 3. I have been teaching year three for ages and don’t tell the other year groups, but it’s definitely my favourite! I love watching you all come into St Michael’s as infants and leave year three as proper junior school children. Being a junior school child can be hard but there are so many good things, like writing in pen not pencil, learning to become really independent learners and swimming lessons.
We have some fantastic topics this year, such as Rock ‘n’ Roll, The Great Escape and I Want My Mummy! I can’t wait to meet you all properly ! 

Miss Walker

Meet Miss James!

This will be my second year teaching Year 3 and I am so excited! It is a year full of exciting and interesting topics that I just know you’ll love, especially our ‘Rock n Roll’ topic all about the Stone Age and woolly mammoths. I trained to become a teacher at a university in Twickenham, the home of England rugby. I particularly enjoy PE and can get rather competitive in a game of fishermen (you’ll love this game!). I have a little dog called Henry. He is a
working cocker spaniel who absolutely loves belly rubs and going to the beach you’ll hear more about him in September!
I can’t wait to meet you all.
Miss James

Listen to a story

The Legend of rock, paper, scissors

Ask Us Anything

Below you can listen to some FAQs that parents (and pupils) might find useful. If your question isn't here, please click on the button below and either Miss Walker or Mrs Prigg will answer your query.

Some FAQs answered by our Year 3 and 4 children!