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Year 3, Swans: Miss Hunt

Welcome to Swan Class!

Please click the links on the right to explore our page and find out all the lovely things we get up to.

If you would like to find out what we will be learning about in each term, please explore the 'Termly Overviews' section.

Meet the Team

Miss Hunt is the teacher in Swan Class.

We are very lucky to have Mrs Hay working every day in our class. We also have additional adults like Mrs Carroll supporting us.

As a team, we are very much looking forward to working with your children and we are keen to share their journey with you. Please make sure you are signed up to Class Dojo to see photos and updates.

We always welcome parent helpers to join us and support children in class such as listening to children read. 

If you would like to volunteer some of your time to read with the children at Whitchurch, please feel free to message us on Dojo. Any time you could spare wold be greatly appreciated!

Wider Curriculum:

At Whitchurch Primary School, we are very fortunate to provide children with a wide range of learning experiences to ensure children develop a love of learning. The children have forest school sessions, attend a local gymnastics centre, have P.E sports coaching sessions and have swimming lessons throughout the school year. 


Year 3 will be swimming during our P.E lessons on Wednesday during term 4.

P.E. Sessions

Year 3 will have their P.E. Sessions with a sports coach on a Friday afternoon every week.

Forest school:

Our Forest School sessions are on 8th May to 5th June. Please ensure your child has a waterproof coat and wellington boots in school. 


Our class book this term is 'The Last Garden' and ''

How can you help at home?

Ensure your child has had a recent eye test and hearing test.

Read at home 5 times a week. 

Practice your child's spellings each week. Our spelling test is on Thursday each week. 

Check our website class page and Class Dojo to keep updated with our curriculum. 



Whitchurch Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people.

For more information please see the Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy in the policies section of our website.

Please read the policy here