Highcliffe Road, Leeds, West Yorkshire LS27 9LX

0113 323 0554

St Francis Catholic Primary School, Morley

Together in truth and faith we learn and grow as God's family.

Hello and welcome to Year 3's Class Page


Information about our class:

Our Year 3 team consists of Mr Smith, Mrs Fisher and Miss Hogan. Mrs Gilroy also teaches us on a Thursday afternoon.

We are a lively class of 30 children and we enjoy a wonderful, friendly atmosphere. We are hardworking and friendly, and work well together as a team.

As a group we work hard to be tolerant, patient, kind and loving to all of God's people and creatures. We encourage each other at every opportunity and maintain a fun learning environment where everybody's ideas and opinions are valued.

As a class we learn about God's love for us through our daily collective/class worship, hymn practice and weekly R.E lessons. Each day we celebrate our Catholic faith by joining together to praise God and learn about Jesus' love for us.

We receive a mission of how we can use the teachings of Jesus to help others within our everyday lives. We also begin and end each day with prayers, as well as giving thanks to God before and after eating.



Water bottles - It is important that everyone brings in a full water bottle each day as due to restrictions there is no access to the in school water fountains.

P.E - Our P.E days are Monday and Tuesday and all children should come into school in their PE kits for those days.

Pumps - It is important that all children have a change of footwear to wear inside school. This is particularly important as we approach the winter months. Please esnure that your child's name is inside their pumps and shoes.

Jumpers - As you can appreciate in each classroom there are potentially 30 identical purple jumpers. Please ensure that your child's name is written in their jumper or cardigan.  



Spellings will be sent home every Wednesday ahead of a spelling test on Monday morning.

TT Rockstars - Each child has their own login for TT Rockstars and should be aiming to spend 15 minutes each week learning and revising their timestables. Currently it is restricted to the 2, 5, 10 and 3 timestables, however as the year progresses, other timestables will be added.

Reading - It is important that all children read as often as they can. There is no set day for reading books to be returned, and any returned books are left for 72 hours before being returned to the shelf for another child to recieve. Please comment on your child's reading in their yellow reading journals each time you listen to your child read.

Other - Every Wednesday a homework task will be set on Seesaw. This could be an activity based on Spelling, Punctuation, Grammar, Reading Comprehension, RE, Topic or Science. This will need to be submitted online via the Seesaw app or website by the following Tuesday. If it is not possible to upload the document, or if the task has been completed on paper, please upload a photo of the completed task. 



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