Newtown CofE Primary School

R.A.I.S.E - Respect, Achieve, Independence, Self-esteem, Excellence


Class 3

In Class 3 we have been talking about learning to tie our shoe laces. 

I have found a video/song (below) that might help you with this. 

How to Tie a Shoe Step by Step | Tying Shoes Children's Song.

Tie your shoes song

This Week (November 16th) Is Road Safety and Anti Bullying week. In class we will be looking at different activities to help keep us safe on and around the roads. We will also be talking about and understanding the effects of bullying. 

Andy and the Odd Socks - The Kids are United (Official Video) ft. Princess K, Libera

Andy and the Odd Socks - The Kids are United (Official Video) ft. Princess K, Libera Our official song for Odd Socks Day and Anti-Bullying Week 2020 Follow o...

Road safety - BBC Bitesize

Road safety is very important, as they are dangerous places to be if you are not careful. We all need to practice road safety to keep us and other people saf...

Hello everyone.


What a great few weeks Mrs Reece and I have had with you all. It has been a pleasure to get to know you all. You have all been excellent helpers, helping me learn about your school.


Our class book that we have started reading is Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. I can't wait to read further to find out what happens next.


These last two weeks we have been working hard in Class 3 on using adjectives to help us with our descriptive writing. We have produced some in depth and interesting descriptions of Charlie's house and its surroundings. I've put a picture on this page of our lovely display.


This week we will be starting our History topic of the Romans. We will be learning lots of interesting facts about the Roman period.


Times tables  will be sent home through Sumdog from this week onwards.


Keep up the fantastic effort!


Miss Gwilliam and Mrs Reece. 

Our literacy display.

Welcome back everyone.  We are so looking forward to seeing you all again. We have lots of exciting learning planned for you. Keep checking this page as we will be soon be posting your learning book mark and knowledge organisers for this term.


On Wednesday, remember to use the front door by the Brian Robinson Garden to come into school. We will meet you at the door with a very warm welcome.  We will be making sure you remember to wash your hands when you arrive. You will also be leaving by this door. We are asking that the person who is coming to collect you to wait for you in the Brian Robinson garden.  


We can promise lots of fun, lots of great learning and lots of love. 


All the Class 3 staff. 

Welcome to Miss Gwilliam - Covering Class 3

Information for Children Travelling by Bus.

Returning to School - Frequently Asked Questions and Answers for Class 3

Back to School Guide from the Children's Commissioner for England