Year 3Miss Graham
We are year 3.
Our teacher is called Miss Graham and our teaching assistants are Mrs Blakey and Mrs Glenton.
We love Year 3 because after a long wait we are finally in the juniors.
Everyday we do lots of fun activities for English and maths.
Year 3 Blog
Watch this short video explaining the significance of handprints. Handprints from HT@Josephs on Vimeo.
This short animation gives you an insight into what we, we teach, how we teach it and why we teach it the way we do. First created in 2017, this has been revised to reflect both staffing changes and a review of our curriculum. St Joseph's Living Curriculum...
All the hard work our gymnasts have put into their routine with Mr Morris has paid off. They were fantastic!
A good start to raising awareness this week. The children came into school wearing odd socks and brightly-coloured tights today to represent the differences between us all. All classes listened to an anti-bullying presentation delivered by our STOP Stars.
This morning, Gillian Bell came in to teach us about Parliament- the House of Commons, House of Lords and laws. She also did some workshops, which were really interesting. Our local MP, Liz Twist, came in too. She told us so much information about her job and answered...
Lifeguards from the RNLI came into school today to speak to our children in assemblies and teach them about water safety. A lot learnt by all.
Can you upgrade your 'Times Tables Rock Star' avatar's status? Go on have a try tonight! Times Tables Rock Stars 2 from HT@Josephs on Vimeo.
As part of our work as a Rights Respecting School, we have updated this colourful explanation of our Mission Statement. We have linked relevant articles from the 'United Nation's Convention on the Rights of the Child' to various aspects of our Mission Statement. By...
As part of our Erasmus+ project the children of St. Joseph's have been designing a new notes that could be used for our currency. They learnt a lot about the current designs and how currency has changed over the years. Two classes (Years 5 and 6) decided to use...
All children will be visiting Northern Stage to watch the Christmas Pantomime A Christmas Carol. Please see attached letter for more details. Pantomime Letter
Pupils in Year 3 & 4 are taking part in Gateshead Council’s ‘Go Smarter’ Child Pedestrian Training Scheme .Pedestrian Training Letter
Our school choir rehearsals are starting next week for children in Years 3, 4, 5 & 6. Please see attached letter for details. Choir Rehearsals