Plaistow Hill Primary and Nursery School

Plaistow Hill Infant and Primary School

Everyday my daughter is very eager to tell me what she has learnt and is always excited to be going to school

Year 2 Parent

  • "Staff are kind, calm and encouraging - Ofsted, April 2022"
  • "Children flourish in an environment of genuine warmth and care - Ofsted, April 2022"
  • "Pupils in Key Stage 1 are confident, listen to each other, share and take turns - Ofsted, April 2022"
  • "Parents and carers praise the work of the school - Ofsted, April 2022"
  • "One parent expressed the view of many with the comment 'the atmosphere and attitude of all the staff is incredible' - Ofsted, April 2022"
  • "The outdoor learning environment is used effectively to help children co-operate with each other and practise their number knowledge and skills - Ofsted, April 2022"
  • "Pupils are happy at Plaistow Hill Infant and Nursery School - Ofsted, April 2022"
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Year 3 - Owl Class


How exciting, our first KS2 class! In Owl Class, we value respect, kindness, and aspiration and are trailblazers in the school for setting excellent learning standards. We will have a hugely productive year, establishing our junior learning behaviours, enjoying practical education and fostering excellent relationships between our new friends.


Mrs Saloni Sobti- Year 3 Teacher

Mrs Holly Bench

Mrs Helen Williams

Mrs Kim Jordan


Messages and News

Please kindly be reminded that children need the following each day:

- Named water bottle

- Correct school uniform and PE kit

- Raincoat during the autumn and winter periods

- Sun protection and a hat during the spring and summer periods

- Healthy break and lunch items - Portion of fresh fruit or veg only for snack (excluding Kiwi)


PE days: Thursday and Friday 


To view our topic web for the spring term- click here

 To view our topic web for Summer term- Click here 


Year 3 children will receive four set home learning activities a week. Each one feeds directly into basic skills that they have been developing in school.

1. Spellings (10 statutory words to learn each week)

2. Maths- Timestables Rock Stars or Numbots

3. Reading (Daily reading for pleasure. 3 times with an adult)

We all know it is very important that the children are reading at home as much as possible. The children are rewarded as 'Reading Champions' if they read at home at least 3 times each week. 

Each Friday we will send a new sheet home in the children's home learning books. These books should be handed back in every Thursday ready for marking from school adults.



We are continuing to develop an outside area for the children to use for their learning in Year 1 and 2. If you would like to, please send into school some old trainers or wellies which the children can wear when outside. These will need to be in a named carrier bag so they can be left on the child's peg.

If you have any questions about our learning this term (or anything else) please come and see us.



Here are some links to websites that we think you might like to use... 


Free ebooks for children:

The Magic Key has games linked to sentence structure:

Excellent poetry and stories in video form from Michael Rosen:


KS1 maths games: A great game which teaches children about money and the importance of saving


Science based videos presented by Maddie Moate:


If you are worried about how to keep your children safe online:

Interactive maths games: