Horsfall Street, Morley, Leeds
West Yorkshire, LS27 9QY

Headteacher: Gillian Austerfield


Asquith Primary School

Growing to Succeed


Hawthorn Class (3A) and Juniper Class (3B)


Hawthorn is a Year 3 class taught by Miss Bramley and Juniper is a Year 3 class taught by Miss Pearce. Here you will find out about all the exciting things we have been learning in our classes, and any important information. 


Important Information


PE Days

PE days are a Tuesday with TSC sports coaches and a Wednesday with Miss Bramley and Miss Pearce on alternate weeks.



Signed by your class teacher on a Monday, and by parents every week. You can record your child's reading in their planner and they will get a team point for each time they have read of their planner has been signed.


Reading Books

Reading books are changed every Thursday in Hawthorn Class and every Wednesday in Juniper. Please record your child's reading in their planner and sign it in order for them to get a team point. There's a potential 7 team points up for grabs! That's one team point for each day they have read their book in a week.



Spellings will be given out on a Monday and tested the following Monday. Your child will move up to the next spelling set when they have completed their current set. 



Homework will be given out every Friday and should be handed in on or before the following Wednesday. Creative homework will be handed out once a term and children will have longer to complete this.


Autumn Topic

The Rainforest!

Image result for the rainforest

Welcome to the jungle! This term we will be learning all about the rainforest. We will look at the animals who live there and create persuasive letters to the deforestation culprits to try to stop them cutting the trees down!


Keep up to date with our weekly activities in our blog below...

Year 3 Blog

The Great Science Share 2019!

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The children in year 1 and 3 enjoyed sharing their science learning this morning as part of the Great Science Share 2019.

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Class assembly

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Year 3 have been working very hard to put together a (very impressive) class assembly to showcase all the work we have done in our Egyptians topic so far! If you would like to attend, our assembly will be held on Tuesday 26th March at 9:10, and will last approximately half an hour. You will also be lucky enough to see some of the creations the children have made over the topic, and the beautiful hearts created just before Christmas. We are so proud of these. 

We have been very busy researching lots of Ancient Egyptian facts to help us make a leaflet on the ancient civilisation. We want to persuade people to visit ancient Egypt, so have been working hard on describing the sights of Egypt and collecting enticing information. In maths, we have been learning how to divide numbers and have been practising this. We know that diving means sharing between equal groups, and that we can use our times table knowledge to help us with this.

Excitingly, this week we sent out our class trip letter! the children were so excited to learn we are heading for the Alhambra Theatre to watch Awful Egyptians, a production by the TV stars of Horrible Histories. Thank you to those of you who have already sent your permission slips back. It is very important we receive these slips by the end of April.

Have a wonderful week!

Miss B and Mrs W

#buddingactors #remarkableresearchers

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If you have received an email from school that is unexpected, please delete it and ask others to also. 

Thank you,

Miss B

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And they lived happily ever after... hold on, its a different story!

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We have had a wonderful week in year 3 and have thoroughly enjoyed beginning a new book in our literacy lessons. We were all very excited to discover the name of our story after uncovering many clues! We have made storyboards of the story, and next week we will be writing a retell using adverbs.

In maths, we have been multiplying hundreds by ones, and have practised explaining our knowledge to our partners. We have also looked at arrays and used them to help us calculate the answers to multiplications.

See you next week for our final week of this half term! It has been a month of many birthdays so far, and that doesn't stop this week!

We hope you have had a lovely weekend!

Miss B and Mrs W

#storytellers #RosyRhodopis

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Happy Hawthorn and Jolly Juniper

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This week has been a brilliant (if a little poorly) week at school. All the children in Hawthorn class were given headteacher's award for their efforts in their work this week- well done! They have worked so hard with their writing and maths, and are wonderfully caring. They should be proud.

This week, we have been continuing to write our Howard Carter newspaper reports. The children have been exploring how to start their sentences in different ways and how to make their writing more interesting. In maths, we have started to focus on the column method for multiplication, which all the children have grasped amazingly! We hope they impress you with their knowledge in their homework this week!

Thank you to everyone who was able to attend parents evening on Tuesday and Thursday. It is always lovely to talk to parents and keep you updated on your child's progress.

See you after a relaxing weekend!

Miss B and Mrs W

#happychappies #rigorousreporters #multiplicationmagicians!

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