Barden Primary SchoolCaring Sharing and Learning Together


Welcome toBarden Primary SchoolCaring Sharing and Learning Together

3- Skylarks



Hello everyone :) Today is our first ever virtual sports day. Here is the link for you to watch the video. Remember to get some videos/photos of you completing the activities and email them to you class teacher.


Have fun :)


Miss Darcy

Home Learning for Today

Enjoy your holidays - Check out the fun things to do page

Ideas to try at home

We Will Draw Special Edition Live Class

A live drawing class featuring Ray D'Arcy, Don Conroy, Will Sliney and many surprise guests!






A big welcome to year 3 and the Skylarks.  Please read the information below to become more familiar with what your children will be studying this year.  We will give information on upcoming trips and activities that involve the Skylarks.



In year 3 we will be promoting reading throughout the year to ensure the children are able to gain the best experience in their time with us.  Through guided reading, the children will be reading on a daily basis, using the experience to further their learning.  The children are expected to have a new book every week and will be able to change them during school time.  We ash that parents please read with their children at home.  We will be monitoring reading in class and the children will have chances to win prizes for the amount of reading the complete.  Furthermore, the children are encouraged to use our ‘Skylarks Surf Shack’ reading corner when they are reading as it should be a positive experience.



P.E. is on Mondays and Thursdays. Can we please have the correct kit in school to enable your child to participate confidently.  Children should have a white P.E. top, black shorts and P.E. pumps.   



We will be sending homework out every Friday afternoon to be returned by the following Wednesday.  The homework will either be a project, where the task is open and the children can complete their own research in an area. Or, the homework will be a task related to their learning in the week.  It would be great for parents to help their children with their homework.  If there are any problems or the children are struggling with their task, then they are more than welcome to ask for help from the staff in school. 

Skylarks Autumn timetable
Picture 1

We loved making our chocolate

Our 'Smart' way of doing statistics

We have been looking at 2D and 3D shapes

We got to meet Lightning, the reindeer

Then, we met the big man himself, Santa!