Welcome to Year 3! Here you will find all the information you will need about our year group. Have a look around and make sure you check out all of our photos and videos to find out what fun we have been having recently.
Meet the Teachers
Thank you to all of you who were able to attend our 'Meet the teacher' event. Please find below a copy of the powerpoint detailing the year ahead, useful websites and helpful tips to support your children at home.
In Year Three you will:
- Learn to swim at the local leisure centre
- Make weekly visits to Forest School
- Lead the Harvest celebrations and collect food for those in need
- Learn to play the ukulele
- Sing in a Christmas carol concert
- Have the opportunity to sing at Blackburn Cathedral
Meet the Year 3 team
Miss Redhead- Year group lead (Assistant Head Teacher/ Key Stage One leader/ Head of Curriculum).
Miss Baxendale- Seacole Class Teacher and Music Lead.
Mrs Wainman - Farah Class Teacher, RE and Computing Lead.
Miss Lambert - Teaching assistant
Mrs Learoyd - Teaching assistant
Mrs Webber- Teaching assistant
Miss Baxendale has worked at Lord Street Primary since September 2019 after completing her Primary Teaching with QTS and has recently taken up the role of subject leader for Music in the school.
“Since as long as I can remember, I have wanted to be a teacher – this was always my dream and now it is a reality!! I aspire to ensure that every child in my class has the opportunity to be the best they can be”
Mrs Wainman joined us at Lord Street as a Class Teacher in 2005 after completing a BA(Hons) in Primary Education with QTS. Prior to this she had worked as a Teaching Assistant with us across Key Stage 2 since 1999.
Mrs Wainman has worked across the school in both Key Stage 2 and Key Stage 1. She is currently enjoying the challenges of working within Year Two.
She currently leads on Computing, RE and works alongside the Deputy promoting reading for pleasure across the school.
My links to Lord Street go back over 40year, when I attended as a 4 year old child in the Easter intake. Then again some years later when I chose to send my daughters to Lord Street too.
About 20 years ago I joined the Lord Street Team as a Classroom Assistant. I enjoyed this so much I decided to return to education and re-train as a teacher. Then re-joining the school in 2005 as a year 5 teacher and I have not looked back since.
My main aim has been and still is to ensure that every child achieves their best possible outcome, encouraging them to always be the best that they can be.