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Oldfield Primary School

A community of proud and resilient children who are learning to take their place in the world.

Year 3

In Year 3 we believe that our pupils deserve the very best and we work together to set high aspirations and take pride in what we do. In Year 3, we will be learning all about the Stone Age, exploring how people lived in prehistoric times, Animals including humans in Science, Magic and wonder in English and all curriculum strands in Maths.  Please see the termly curriculum maps for more information about learning in all the curriculum subjects.

Mrs Farci (Y3O)

This is my fourth year teaching at Oldfield Primary School. I have taught predominantly in years 2 and 3 and therefore have much experience in supporting and teaching children at this important transitional stage from Key Stage 1 to Key Stage 2.  As a parent and an educator, I believe that we all have an innate and fundamental desire to learn and share knowledge and that in doing so we mean more to each other which helps towards creating a better world. I have a BA (Hons) degree in Education Studies and a PGCE in Early Years and Primary Education.

Mrs Lorrimore (Y3L, Monday-Tuesday)

I studied Politics and law at university then a PGCE in Primary Education at Brunel University. I started at Oldfield Primary School as a newly qualified teacher in 2005 and have experience of teaching children in all year groups from Year 1 to Year 6. I have led in both Key Stages and have been the assistant head for the past 7 years. I am extremely passionate about teaching, I love creating lesson plans, organising work flow and interacting with the children. Education is a passion of mine and creating a safe, friendly and stimulating environment for my pupils to learn is a top priority.

Mrs Afriyie (Y3L, Wednesday – Friday)

Before I came to Oldfield Primary School, nearly eight years ago, I had been working in a few schools in Ealing, including Mount Carmel St Vincent’s RC Primary School.  My first Degree was in Religious Education. Then I studied PGCE whilst my three children were in Christ the Saviour Primary school in Ealing. I left St Vincent’s School in order to study a Master’s in Education at Roehampton University, whilst being an EMA/EAL leader at Oldfield Primary School.  I have a great passion to support children in their social, psychological and academic learning.  Therefore I think the child - centred fun and interactive approach to teaching is critical for us as educators.  Having seen all my children graduate with honours and one child receive a Merit in Master in education.