Welcome to Waterloo Bridge Class

Class Teacher – Mrs K Fallon

Teaching Assistants – Miss Gourlay and Miss Smith

We are pleased to welcome your child to Waterloo Bridge class and are grateful for your help and support.



Children are asked to read at home on a daily basis and their book should be brought to school each day. It is helpful if parents can comment regularly in their child’s Reading Record, particularly when their child has finished their book. Children are responsible for changing and selecting their own books in the morning.


Children will be given homework each Friday to be handed in by the following Tuesday. Children are also asked to learn spellings and times tables at home. They are responsible for recording their homework in their homework diary.


Children are asked to bring to school a water bottle. They should have a waterproof coat when it is raining or the forecast is for rain.

Week Beginning 28th September

September 25, 2020

The children have had another good week in year 3. Don’t forget we have an inset day on Monday so teaching will begin on Tuesday.

This week our learning will be as follows;

  • In English we will continue with our work based on Noah Barleywater runs away. We will rehearse and create a drama based on Noah’s entry to the toy shop.
  • In mathematics we are learning to add three digit numbers and ones, tens, and hundreds.
  • In science we will investigate which materials are magnetic.
  • In history we will learn about the Stone Age settlement at Skara Brae.
  • In RE we will will learn what Hindus believe about God.


We are now setting homework on Google Classroom. Login details are stuck in the children’s homework diaries and the children have been given a demonstration of how to log in. Children attending school should complete the homework section only. The remote learning section is for children who are self isolating.

Week Beginning 21st September

September 18, 2020

The children are continuing to work hard in year 3. This week our learning will be as follows;

  • In mathematics we will continue our work on place value. The children will learn to count in 50s, solve problems and read and write whole numbers in numerals and words.
  • In English we continue our work around the book Noah Barleywater Runs Away by John Boyne. The children will write poetry based on the book and act out a scene using movement and dance.
  • In reading we will read daily in small groups. It is planned that each group of children will read with an adult on two days each week and work on an independent activity on the other two days. We are beginning a new class book, Pinocchio by Michael Morpurgo.
  • In science we will learn about friction.
  • In history we will learn about the introduction of farming during the Neolithic period.
  • In RE we will begin an new unit of work on Hinduism.
  • In PE children will learn football skills each Tuesday and work on keeping fit each Thursday. They should come to school in PE kit on those days.

Google Classroom

All parents will have received a letter with information on Google Classroom. The children will have brought home their log-in details which they have stuck inside their homework diary. The work set on Google Classroom is intended for children who are self isolating and need to work at home.


We are not currently sending worksheets home. Children should concentrate on the following learning at home;

  • Reading- The children should be reading regularly at home. Parents are asked to sign off their reading record before books are changed each Monday and Friday. It would be helpful if children could work on being able to read silently with understanding. Children have also been allocated a book on the reading planet website which has associated comprehension questions and quizzes. They have been given log-in details (in their homework diaries).


  • Times Tables – Children are asked to practise the times table which they have been allocated and will be tested each Wednesday. They can practise using Times Table Rockstars, using the log-in details in their homework diaries or Hit the Button.



  • Mathletics – Work is set on Mathletics and children should continue to use this website regularly.