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Class 3's ukulele concert will take place on Wednesday 14th November at 09:00, parents are welcome to attend. This week is anti-bullying week - let's use our value of friendship to keep Callow End clear of bullying!

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Class 3's attempt to put up a tent using their own instructions!

Instructions showing how to build a tent.

Instructions showing how to build a tent. 1
Instructions showing how to build a tent. 2
Instructions showing how to build a tent. 3
Instructions showing how to build a tent. 4
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Instructions showing how to build a tent. 6
On Monday 23rd October,  Class 3 went to The Chase High School for a 'hockey day'. The children learnt some hockey skills before lunch, followed by a mini tournament after lunch. They all had an amazing time.

Class 3 hockey day at The Chase High School

Class 3 have been doing gymnastics as part of PE this half term. They have been exploring travelling and balancing.

Class 3 gymnastics

Welcome to Class 3


Mrs Mitchell is our Class 3 teacher and Mrs Powell is our teaching assistant. We look forward to working with the children and their parents throughout the school year.


Class 3 is shared by children in Years 3 and 4.


In Class 3 the children cover lots of different topics from Ancient Greece to The Rainforest. They are all extremely fascinating and exciting. Also, it gives the children the opportunity to explore, question and discover.

Year 3 and Year 4

Year 3 and Year 4 1 Year 3 2018
Year 3 and Year 4 2 Year 4 2018

Class News

Find out what we are up to this term

Class 3 Autumn Newsletter

Ancient Greek Temples

Class 3 Routines

  • Homework – is given out every Friday and needs to be handed in by the following Thursday.
  • PE – we have two PE lessons every week. Full PE kit is expected to be in school at all times this includes; PE shorts, PE top, trainers, tracksuit bottoms for colder weather. Girls will need a spare pair of socks.
  • Children in Class 3 go swimming in the summer term.
  • Spellings – we have a spelling test every Monday.
  • Reading – it is vital that children read at least four times a week outside of school. It will really help them to progress in all of their subjects, especially their writing. Ideally, children should read to an adult who can ask questions about what is being read.

The Rainforest topic

The Rainforest topic 1 The different layers of The Rainforest
The Rainforest topic 2 Rainforest Cafe table decorations
The Rainforest topic 3 Rainforest Cafe food and cocktail menus