Join your new year 3 online classroom

We have set up a new online classroom for year 3 where you can access homework, key information and learning. All children should have received and email inviting you to join the classroom. Everyone has a new login for their emails but should have the same password.


Once you have joined, leave us a comment so we can see who is on. Look forward to seeing you all there.

Miss Barnett and Mrs Pearson

Play equipment before and after school

Dear Parents,

As you are aware we are allowing the children to use the play equipment during their playtimes, however, this has been included in our risk assessment and is done so in a cautious and timetabled manner to avoid different year groups accessing this provision at the same time. In addition, upon re-entry into school children wash their hands for 20 seconds to mitigate any possible risk from more than one group using the equipment.

There are many children using the play equipment after school, under parent supervision. We request you avoid the use of the play equipment after school in order to minimise the risk between different year groups using the play equipment. This will be discussed with the children in crew circles tomorrow.

We thank you for working with us at this time, to enable us to keep the play equipment open for playtimes and lunchtimes for your children to use.

With thanks

Mrs Claira Salter

Learning Superstars

Here are Monday and Tuesday’s learning legends from Class 7, Cohen and Josephine.

Both Children have really impressed Mrs Miller and I with their fantastic effort and real crew attitudes and learning habits. Great role models for the rest of Crew Rodgers.

Great job guys!

Another fun filled learning day

Today, the children have done lots of learning. We started the day by setting our personal learning targets linked to our HOWLs in crew. Then, we kicked started our English lesson with a homophone matching game, paired reading for our fluency and then some fantastic collaboration in our main reading task.

The children had snort snippets of the text revealed to them and then had to ask questions about it to help build and develop a clear understanding. This created great vocabulary discussions and lots of sharing ideas and answering questions between different groups.  Well done guys, I was so impressed with you all in this task.