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Welcome to Fantasia!

Fantasia is the fictional setting from the Never-Ending Story books and films.

Our teacher is Mr Garratt and our teaching assistant is Mrs Alderson.

Year 3 Expectations. A support document for parents.

Information for parents and carers


Please ensure that your child reads at home as often as possible and this is written in their reading record at least 4 times a week. 


Homework will be sent home each Friday and it will be expected to be returned the following Thursday. Thank you for your support with this. 


We will not be getting changed for P.E at the moment but your child will need either pumps or trainers each day. 


Due to COVID restrictions, we have to restrict visitors to the building,  communicating with parents will be slightly differently. To chat with us, please telephone the school or e-mail and we will phone you back.


Listed below are some websites which can help you in your learning. Enjoy taking part in these activities when you are at home and continuing your learning outside of school. Continue to check the website on a regular basis as it will be regularly updated with new items added.


Knowledge Organisers

Many parents/carers ask us how they can help to support their children at home.  The knowledge organisers have all the key information and subject vocabulary you will need to will help you do this easily.

Below are the knowledge organisers for each subject. If you have any questions about the content of the knowledge organisers we will be happy to help.

We made our own books for World Book Day!

We love our new playground markings!

We made Tuna Cous Cous, it was delicious!

We are so good at learning at home!
This week, we researched the British painter Patrick Heron, who creates abstract images using bold colours and shapes. He likes to show the indoors and outdoors in his paintings. Here is our art work inspired by his work...

wb 8.2.21

This week was French week.  We used our Art and Design Technology skills to create Eiffel Towers and found out about the capital city Paris...

wb 1.2.21

This week, we researched the British artist Bridget Riley, who created 'moving' or 'optical illusion' images. Here is our art work inspired by her work...

wb 18.1.21

Santa came to visit!

Autumn Term Birthday Parties

We made rotators to make a picture move in Design & Technology

We used art straws to create realistic skeleton pictures

We worked together to create backgrounds for our Christmas Cards