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Happy New Year

I hope that you all have enjoyed a happy, healthy and safe Christmas and New Year with your families. The snow has, for most people, been an extra delight! Hopefully you have managed to get out in it, sledging or building snowmen. I have been out for lots of snowy, wintery walks with my family.

I am looking forward to seeing you all, back in school, on Monday. I can't wait to hear about what you have been up to.

Take care

Mrs Anderson laugh

‚ÄčWelcome to Class 3

Class Teacher:  Mrs Anderson 

Teaching Assistant:  Mrs Humble, Mrs Smith

Specialist Teachers:  Mrs Marshall (Music);  Mr Newbold (P.E.)

Intervention Support: Mrs. K. John

Class Governor:  



We've now been back in school for a few weeks and things are gradually beginning to feel like the 'new' normal.

The children have settled really well into Year 3 and are taking all the differences in their stride. All the new routines are starting to feel a little more comfortable. 


I have uploaded the 'Class Expectations' PowerPoint that we would usually share at a parent meeting on the Class 3 page. Please have a look through it, as it may answer some questions you have about Key Stage 2. 

However, please contact the office if you have any concerns or queries and I will get back to you as soon as I can.


I am enjoying getting to know your children and look forward to working with you, over the next academic year, supporting your child on their educational journey.


Kind regards 


Mrs L Anderson.

Hello Year 3!


I hope you have had a great summer holiday. I am looking forward to hearing all about the things you have been doing. I can't wait to get going on Thursday when you are all back in school.

You can see what our time table looks like below and have a look at the sort of topics we will be tackling this year. 

If you have any questions or worries please contact me through the office and we will sort them out together.

I am looking forward to working with you all as you begin your journey through Key Stage 2.


See you soon


Mrs Anderson