“There is more treasure in books than in all the pirate’s loot on Treasure Island.” – Walt Disney
In our reading and English lessons, we will be following the journey of a Year 3 class on a school trip to Paris! The main character spots something suspicious from the school bus and before they know it the whole class are entangled with a group of art thieves intent upon stealing the Mona Lisa!
We will be experts by the end of the term!
We will be using this text to help guide us through lots of genres of writing! The first genre we are embarking on is our own mystery narrative! Keep your eyes peeled for this, it is going to be fantastic!
By the end of Year 3, we would expect children to be able to:
These are the Year 3 and 4 common exception words. How many can you already read and spell?
During Year 3, we will read, listen to and discuss a range of different types of texts! These will include; fiction, poetry, plays non-fiction and textbooks. We will build on the skills and knowledge that we learnt in Key Stage One by making sensible predictions, thinking about the author's choice of language and using the text to draw inferences on characters' feelings, thoughts and motives, as well as other aspects of reading!
Keep a look out on our ClassDojo and school Facebook page, you might just hear us reading a snippet of our favourite book!
Here are some websites to help you further develop your reading and writing skills at home!