Welcome to Year 3


Hello everyone

My name is Miss Holtby and I am delighted to be teaching Year 3. I am really looking forward to joining St Francis of Assisi in September and getting to know each child in my class.

Before I became a teacher in the UK, I travelled to lots of different countries and taught English to children in Vietnam! I am looking forward to sharing my passion for learning with my class. I love reading and spending time outdoors and I am excited for us to explore the world around us together.

My classroom will be an interactive, creative and happy space in which everyone is valued. In Year 3, we will be positive, give everything a go and push ourselves to be the best that we can be.



Welcome to Year 3 page!

A very warm welcome back to school!

We hope you had a wonderful holiday and are ready for a busy and exciting year ahead. A special welcome to new pupils, parents and staff to our school; we hope you will be very happy here.

I would like to say how pleased we all are to see the children again. This is a very special school and one where we all feel extremely privileged to work at.

You and your families are all in my thoughts and prayers at this time. Keep smiling and looking forward to the time we can come together again.

Our team are always available to answer any questions so please ask if there is anything you need. We all believe that working together as a team, we can do the best for your child.

Our school tag line is:
“Nothing is impossible with God”
Following the Christian virtues, we strive to find God in everything we do and share His love.

We hope to use the Year 3 pages to share our exciting work and news with you.  We hope that you enjoy sharing our journey with us.

The Year 3 team

Investigating how magnetic force is affected by different surfaces.

Y3 have been using magnets and investigating how different surfaces affect magnetic force.  We compared desk top, carpet, bin liner, paper and aluminium foil.


Please have a look at our suggested reading lists for children in Year 3. These books are a range of bestselling picture books and longer texts to encourage both shared reading, individual reading and reading for pleasure.


Don’t forget to visit the local library for lots of further engaging texts and reading activities. It is the year of reading so they have lots planned to enjoy!

The Big List of Children’s Authors Doing Online Read Alouds & Activities

The Big List of Children’s Authors Doing Online Read-Alouds & Activities

Here you will find some weekly home learning tasks set by
Mrs Briggs & Mrs Ibrahim.

 Summer 2020 Library Reading Challenge:  Silly Squad Summer Reading Challenge

 Most of the learning packs below do not need to be printed but can be done on the screen and with a paper and pencil/pen – just click on each one to open.

Summer Holiday activities to get ready for Year 4

Over the Summer holidays:
– Make sure you know your 2, 5 and 10 times tables off by heart without having to work them out.
– Read at least three different books – all different genres.

Maths Summer booklet: 

Summer Booklet – Questions Year 3

English summer activity booklet  

Summer English Activity Booklet

English booklet answers: 

Summer English activity booklet Answers

Grammar and Handwriting booklet:

Grammar and handwriting sheet  


W.B 13th June – Mrs. Ibrahim’s tasks (last week of school)

Wednesday word: Wednesday word
Acts of worshipService-2
Religious Education:
Giving and thinking of others:  Giving to others
Watch: Jesus feeds the 5 thousand: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O17CvIAyZJ4
Jesus feeds the five thousand activity sheetsJesus feeds the 5 thousand activity sheets
Fun sheet:
Add and subtract quiz:
Solve problems invloving capacity and volume teaching and tasks:
Estimate mass and capacity:


Egyptian mummification: powerpoint lesson and questions: see attachment
End of the year letter to the teacher: End of year letter to my teacher writing template
Mummification: writing instructions
Use the example and write your own steps for mummification
End of the year writing activity sheetEnd of the year writing activity sheet_
Cartouche design: write your name in hieroglyfics and decorate your cartouche:


W.B 6th June – Mrs. Ibrahim’s tasks


Service-1 Collective worship



Religious Education

Have an opportunity to know that God helps us to be good Christians.

Forgiveness is a way to be good christians sheet

Remember the sacraments help us to follow God. What sacraments have we already received?

Baptism, Communion and Reconciliation


GRAMMAR:  Year 3 revision

Adjectives quiz:


Apostrophe quiz: 


Question words: 


Capital letter:





Reading: Improving Vocabulary




HISTORY: What was the daily life of the ancient Egyptians like?



French Vocabulary Year 3 revision sheet 


W.B. 06.07.20

Sadly, this is the last week I will be able to post you any work 🙁  If we were in school together we’d be having lots of fun, so this week your work will look slightly different – I hope you have some fun working through it!.


Problem of the Day
These problems can be found on the White Rose Maths website for future reference.  I have attached the first 5 for this week but please be mindful, they are for the whole of Key Stage 2 so you may find them really tricky 🙂  Good luck!

A problem a day

Mental Maths Challenges:

Try and challenge yourself! Remember these are to be worked out in your head! Time how many you can get right in 1 minute 🙂

This week I would like you to reflect upon the short time we had together in Year 3 and the hopes you have for Year 4.  Think about what you would like your new teacher to know about you.  I have attached these sheets to inspire you in terms of content but you can produce it however you like – eg: poster, letter, advertisement, video … I won’t have much access to school equipment this week but you can try sending it to me and if I miss it , Mrs Ibrahim would love to see your final pieces 🙂 


I hope you can all still remember your alphabet! But can you think of something you have learnt this year for each letter?


Keep going as much as you can with Bug Club. Hopefully you will have some to get you through the summer holidays.
This week’s comprehensions:
Comprehension 1
Comprehension 2
comprehension 3

This week marks the end of  our work on Light.  We are going to investigate shadows.  Use the worksheet from Outstanding Science to help with your investigation.


 If we get a really sunny day, use chalk to draw around your feet – this is the position your feet must always stay in – they can not move!
Stand still and ask somebody to draw around your shadow. (Or you could do theirs)
Repeat this at different times throughout the day keeping your feet in the same position. 
What happens to your shadow?
Why do you think this happens?  
Make a poster to explain what you did and what you found out. Draw a diagram showing how the light source is creating a shadow.
Include an explanation as to  why you think your shadow changed.




W.B 29th June: Thursday and Friday- Mrs. Ibrahim


This week CAFOD have a special assembly about the Summer of Hope and how we can help others around the world this summer, especially through prayer.

CAFOD Summer of Hope

Wednesday Word

Honesty 3


Religious Education:

Objective: To have an opportunity to identify the gifts God has given us and reflect on ways we can use these gifts.
Watch the video:
Spelling activities: 
Revision of list 11: Spelling Shed list 11 revision
Hieroglyphics: These were the alphabet letters used by the anceint Egyptians.
Art and Design
How to draw a Pansy flower step by step
Click on these links: Add more flowers once you have  learnt the technique.
Get inspired by these examples:

W.B. 29.06.20

This week in maths we are contiuing with Measure thinking more about Capacity.  Capacity is the maximun amount that a container can hold. Attached are the White Rose Maths SHeet activities and I will link them to Oak National Academy teaching videos where available.

1. Measure capacity 1
2. Measure capacity (2)
Oak Academy Link: https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/read-capacity-and-volume
3 Compare-capacity
Oak Academy link: https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/compare-capacity-and-volume
4. Add-and-subtract-capacity
Oak Academy link:  https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/add-and-subtract-capacity-and-volume

Complete your work on Ancient Egytpt.

This week should have been Wimbledeon Tennis Championships.  Wimbledeon is the oldest tennis tournament in the world, and is regarded by many as the most prestigious. Unfortunately , due to COVID it has been cancelled for 2020. 🙁   This week in English we are going to be using this as our stimulus.
Tennis-Time – This document is a mock newspaper report about Wimbledon from 2017.  There are a number of activities including comprehension and a number of SPaG activities.  (And the answers are inlcuded – so no peeking 🙂 )

This week you can choose to either research a famous tennis player (such as Andy Murray, Serena Williams, Rafael Nadal, Steffi Graff) and write about them and their lives as a professional tennis player. This is called a biography and you would noramlly learn about these later in school so this is a real challeange.  I have included a success criteria Biography checklist– so you know what you need to try and include and I have added a biography on Usain Bolt so you can see what a good one should look like. usain_bolt sample biography.docx
You can research how to play tennis and write some instructions for somebody that has never heard of tennis (like an alien from out of space). Again I have added a Success Criteria Instructions check list to know what to include and a sample of instructions so you can remember what they look like how_to_make_prefect_pancakes instructions

Ambush! Comprehension-Vocabulary focus

Delivery ‘Bot! comprehension – Inference focus

In year 3, we  need to recognise that shadows are formed when the light from a light source is blocked by a solid object.  We have looked at this before in our home learning so this is a revision.  Find a light source and investigate how you can make shadowsa aLook at the shape of the shadow – what do you notice.  This sheet will help you to investigate shadows.  Forming_Shadows

Can you find some things around the house to create your own game similar to tennis?  Try to mark out a court and score it in the same way.  Let us know what you come up with 🙂 





W.B 22nd June: Thursday and Friday- Mrs. Ibrahim


The Duchess of Cambridge Special Assembly:  



 Acts of Worship  Honesty 2



Religious Education:

Objective:   Have an opportunity to understand how St. Paul had to learn
how to be a Christian.

Saint Paul’s Story

Saint Paul activity

St Paul fact sheet




Songs to learn prepositions:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eF6LE4P_bEU

And her is another song to learn some more: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xyMrLQ4ZI-4

Prepositions activities: Prepositions tasks


Spelling shed : Spelling shed list 36 activities



History lesson and tasks Tutankamoun

ART and Design

How to draw Tutankhamoun :  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sDUJr_5v3No


W.B. 22nd June – Mrs Briggs



Mrs Cole has just informed us of a comptetition that I would like you all to get involved with.

The most meaningful, and possibly life changing, writing project you may encounter. 500words has launched a Black Lives Matters competition. 

You will need to write a draft piece and then edit it to make it perfect  for your final piece.
You may want to research some more inspirational people to get motivated.
We read about Rosa Parks last week – maybe research Martin Luther King or St  Josephine Bakhita to see what their messages were. Be inspired, write a poem or tell your own (or for some of you, your ancestors) story!

It launched today www.500words.me so please look at the website, gather ideas and think about what the Black Lives Matters movement means to you. Our school community is wonderfully multicultural, welcoming people of all backgrounds. We are a unique community and you are incredibly unique, awesome children, so please make sure YOUR message is heard. Get writing!

If you would like me to check, just send through on Contact Your Teacher page and I’ll get it back to you. Ask parents too, they can sometimes surprise you with their ideas and may even know some Year 3 punctuation 😉 The deadline is Friday 3 July, so not a lot of time!

Get writing!


This week we are thinking about Measure  – Mass & Capacity.  
Oak National Academy have some video lessons available to match the objectives but not necessarily in the same order as we are covering it so I will link the White Rose maths sheets with the videos (as best I can) as we go along.
This week would be a perfect time for you to be baking or measuring ingredients for cooking. You could send us photographs of your creations 🙂

Oak Academy: https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/measure-to-read-a-scale
Oak Academy: https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/measure-to-read-mass-on-a-scale#
Oak Academy: https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/measure-to-compare-mass
4. Add-and-subtract-mass
Oak Academy: https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/add-and-subtract-mass

This week we are continuing our work on non-chronological reports from last week.
This week we need to research Ancient Egypt so that we can write our own report.

Read through the plan : Reports plan

This plan (above) includes a draft planning sheet model for you and the success criteria checklist.
Monday: There is a PowerPoint to support learning.  Read the reports and look at the key features.
PowerPoint to support non-chronological report writing
Choose some reading from the Reading sections and research yourself.

Tuesday: Draft a plan and research and information on Ancient Egypt that you still need.
Choose some reading from the reading section and continue with your own research.

Wednesday: Finish off research and finalise your plan.
Which paragraph are you going to write first, second, third etc.
Don’t forget your introduction and conclusion.

Thursday: Write the report looking at the features and the check list.

Friday : Edit and re-write neatly.



Friendly Felines 1
Get Ready With Cleopatra
Pyramids comprehension
An Extract from Howard Carters Diary
The Rosetta Stone


In year 3, we need to know that light from the sun can be dangerous and that there are ways to protect their eyes.
Read the information and and complete the task.
Sun Safety

W.B 15th June: Thursday and Friday- Mrs. Ibrahim



Egypt Holiday text: Egypt diary reading comprehension 


Inference questions: Inference comprehension questions Egypt


Wednesday Word: Wednesday Word 

Acts of worship:Honesty


Religious Education:

Objective: Have the opportunity to know how St. Peter and the disciples became followers of Jesus
RE story and questions: Jesus calling Peter and the disciples
History: We are learning this term about Ancient Egypt:
Art activities:  Draw a River Nile artistic picture


W.B. 15.06.20

This will be our second week looking at Angles and Shape.  Oak National Academy (O.N.A.) has the video to accompany the objective.
Go to 2. Angle & Shape start at lesson 6 this week. 
I have also attached the White Rose worksheets for this unit to complete if you have time.
Worksheets to support the learning of Angles and Shape:
Turns and angles
Right angles in shapes
Compare angles
Draw lines and shapes accurately

Horizontal and vertical 2020
Parallel and perpendicular 2020

Last week, Mrs Ibrahim introduced our topic of Ancient Egypt. In a couple of weeks, we are going to write a non-chronological report about the Ancient Egyptians.  We will use the next couple of weeks to learn about what that means and to collect some infpormation to help us.

This week we are going to find out all anout non-chronolociacl reports following Oak National Trust:
Go to 7. Non Chronological Reports and follow the lessons.

Our comprehensions this week are going to support our work on Ancient Egypt.
River Nile
Egyptian gods

We are continuing our topic on light. This week we are trying to notice that light is reflected from surfaces.

Watch this clip and think about what it says about how light travels and how light reflects.
The first 2 minutes of this clip are about Light and Reflection.  You can watch the rest if you like but Refraction  comes into Year 6 Science!!
The activity from Outstanding Science, asks if the objects are light sources or reflectors.  You don’t need to print it out- just draw a Venn diagram and add the names in the correct place.
Light Sources And Reflectors

Use a timer for 1 minute and see how many skips you can do.  If you don’t have a skipping rope you could try speed bounce by rolling a towel up, keeping your feet together and bouncing over the towel. Remember, your feet have to stay together!!!
Write down your best score form each day and then on Friday send me (through Contact the Teacher) your best score from the whole week

W.B 8th June: Thursday and Friday- Mrs. Ibrahim


Wednesday Word: Wednesday-Word-5


Acts of worship:  Acts of worship Kindness


Religious Education:


The story of the Good Samaritan
Objective: To have the opportunity to understand what being a Christian involves.
Story with images and tasks:
History: We are learning this term about Ancient Egypt:
What we already know? Simple facts video:
DT activities (make a booklet): RE DT Good Samaritan

 WB: 08.06.20 – Mrs. Briggs


Week 1 – Summer 2 


Maths: This week we are starting our new topic on Properties of Shape and thinking firstly about Angles and Shape. We will use the Oak National Academy videos to support our learning.  Each day there will be a Flashback 4 to complete (I’ll put the answers up later in the week), a link to the Oak Academy lesson for you to work through and on some days I’ll add an extra task if you would like to continue with your learning. Please also remember to go on Times table Rock Stars for at least 10 minutes a day.
1. Flashback 4
Oak National Trust  – Angles and Shape lesson 1 – Identify & Recognise Angles


2. Flashback 4
Oak National Trust – To identify angles in 2d shapes


3. Flashback 4
Oak National Academy – To recognise right angles


4. Flashback 4
Oak National Academy – To recognise obtuse and acute angles


5. Flashback 4
Oak National Academy – To revise angles






Some of you are speeding through the Bug Club work and you have completed the resources available for Year 3 – Well done.
It is important to read everyday – you can choose a book from home or one from the website below.




I’d love to know what you have read; you can send me your summaries and recommendations through the ‘Contact your Teacher’ tab at the top.


I will also start to include a comprehension every week.  Don’t forget the key skills VIPERS (Vocabulary, Inference, Prediction, Explanation, Retrieval and Summarising)




This week I’d like you to read about Rosa Parks who was a very inspirational lady and whose message is still as poignant today.
Comprehension – Rosa Parks


This week we are going to be writing an Adventure Story.


Use Oak National Academy teaching videos and scroll to Genre focus: Adventure Story (use the link below and complete the activities for the 5 days)




In Year 3 we need to recognise that we need light in order to see things and that dark is the absence of light. Our first task for this is to understand what light sources are.  You can research this yourself and use the sheets attached from Outstanding Science to sort items into ‘Light sources’ and ‘Not light sources’.  You don’t need to print it out just draw and label the items and make your own table on a piece of paper.




This week set yourself a daily challenge.
Record your results daily so you can see if you are getting better.


How many sit ups can you do in 1 minute?
If you can do 10 sit ups give yourself 25 points,
If you can do can do 20 sit ups give yourself 50 points
If you can do 40 sit ups give yourself 75 points.


How many star jumps can you do in 1 minute?
20 = 25 points
30= 50 points


How long can you balance for on your right foot?
1 minute = 25 points
2 minutes = 50 points
3 minutes = 75 points


Practise everyday and see if you can get better each time.  Count up all of your points at the end of the week and send them to me so I can see how you all did.








This half term I would like you to enter this competition from Leeds Childrens Hospital.



Click on the link below to see all of the details – and have fun!


We would love to see what you have designed – and maybe we will have a winner too!




Have fun 🙂




HALF TERM HOLIDAY  -Mrs. Ibrahim’s tasks


Maths fun quiz:  click on the links and play










Grammar fun quiz: just click on the links and play












Compound Words




Fun challenge: Spot the ODD one out


Word patterns




French:       Do you remember when we sang this song together?



W.B 18th May: Thursday and Friday- Mrs. Ibrahim






Acts of worship:  Perseverance-Resilience


Religious Education:


Fruits of the holy spirit activity sheets







Punctuating Direct Speech Powerpoint teaching


Punctuating Direct Speech homework task




Spelling Shed list 27 activitie


Design and Technology: Use a paper plate, scissors, string, card and colours


Write the names of the Fruits of the Holy spirit on flame shaped cut out yellow paper or card. Attach each to the strings and to the wings of the dove






WB: 18.05.20








This week we are continuing to look at Fractions. Follow Week 2  – w/c 27th April.  We will be looking at how you add and subtract them. Watch the video and complete the work (The worsheets are below or there is a link on the site)
WRM Y3 home learning




Mon – Add-fractions
Tues -Subtract-fractions
Wed – Problem-Solving
Thurs – Problem-Solving
Fri – Family-Challenge (Try questions 1-4 and then if you are up for a bigger challenge you can try the others)




This week we are thinking again about Character Description.  Follow Oak National Academy Week 5  18th May (link below) watch the video and complete the daily tasks for English.    




Oak National Academy




This week we are going to think about shadows.  I would like you to find out how shadows are formed. I have put a link to short fun clip to start you off.
YouTube shadow clip
Hopefully, later this week we will be getting some more sunshine.  See if you can make a ‘Shadow Show’ using your hands or puppets from cardboard cut outs. (There are lots of examples online) Maybe match your show to the English character description of a villain!
Remember the science behind what is happening and have some fun!




W.B 11th May: Thursday and Friday- Mrs. Ibrahim




Acts of Worship: Perseverance-Resilience-wk2


Wednesday Word


Religious Education:


The conversion of St Paul


Spelling Shed:


Spelling list 26 practice


Spelling QUIZ




Conjunctions :Teaching powerpoint


Conjunctions fluency questions


Art and Design:


Learn how to draw the perfect daffodil by watching the video. Then either draw many in a vase or in a field. Enjoy!


Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A3FydEEiyFA





W.B. 11.05.20 – Mrs Briggs








This week’s focus is character description. Use the link to Oak Academy and follow the 5 sessions on Genre: Character Description.




I would love to read some of your final superhero descriptions. Don’t forget to send them to me via email, school or ‘Contact your teacher section’. 🙂 








Last week we revised what we knew about Fractions.
This week we are continuing to follow:    https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-3/
Scroll down to Summer 1 w/c: 20th April to continue working with Fractions.
Tues -Equivalent-fraction
Wed Compare-fractions
Thurs – Order-fractions
Fri – Challenge Friday




If you and your family are looking for some science investigations try looking here for some inspiration:




Science Sparks Books




Enjoy a music session with Miss Lee.


















Wb. 4.5.20 – Thursday and Friday -Mrs Ibrahim








Wednesday Word:  Wednesday-Word wb 4th May




Perseverance and Resilience:   Doc3




Religious Education




The holy month of_Ramadan




What is Ramadan?




Ramadan questions




Reading Comprehension




Spelling Shed : List 25




Spelling Shed activities








Powerpoint Sequencing Sentences




Grammar Sequencing Sentences




Art and DT : Ramadan Theme











WB: 04.05.20
Maths: This week in Maths we are going to look back at fractions.
To help us we are going to use the White Rose Maths site where each lesson is explained. click here and go to Week 1
We are working from week one (not week 3) as this now matches where we are up to. You can reach the worksheets from the website or I have attached them below:~




Mon – Unit-and-non-unit-fractions
Tue -Making-the-whole
Wed – Tenths
Fri – Tenths-as-decimals








We are going to follow Oak National Academy this week, where teachers are working though a unit of work.  This week you are going to write a set of intructions on how to build Britain’s brand new Digitial Worker – The Co-bot! Follow each lesson through and write down your ideas down under the date and title – Instructions.




Click the link here and work from: Genre Focus:Instructions.








Take a look at Maddie Moate YouTube channel




Maddie Moate does a live stream at 11am each day – she has a show on CBBC and does some experiments that you can do at home. Maddie uses video to explore the natural world and technology, bringing the excitement of science to young audiences and their families. From explaining what a scientists is to embarking on a jaunt around the world’s oldest dinosaur theme park.








Wb. 27.4.20 – Thursday and Friday -Mrs Ibrahim








Time reasoning problems 24 hour clock




Time problem solving Comparing Durations




Spelling:  Challenge Words








Religious Education : 




The Pentecost Story




Pentecost Vocabulary activity sheet




Pentecost activity sheet




Virtues to live by:  Doc3








Grammar Types of Nouns – definitions activity




Using Different Types of Nouns powerpoint exercises




Practice tasks – Types of Nouns




Reasoning tasks – Types of Nouns




Art and Design:Design your 3-D Pentecost picture. Cut out a dove or hands and stick on a sheet. Add a colourful background.








WB: 27.04.20 – Mrs Briggs




This week we are thinking about Limericks. A limerick is a short rhyming, funny poem with a bouncy rhythm.
Limericks are 5 lines long.  Lines 1,2, and 5 rhyme. Lines 3 and 4 rhyme.
This is a rhyme scheme known as AABBA.
1. Reading limericks
2. Exploring limericks
3. Writing a limerick








1 Convert 12 to 24 hour clock
2. To find the duration
3. Comparing the duration








Wb. 20.4.20 – Thursday and Friday -Mrs Ibrahim




Religious Education: 







Grammar:   Concrete and Abstract Nouns:




 Remember that A concrete noun is something you can touch, such as a person, an animal, a place or a thing. …




An abstract noun is a feeling or idea that you cannot touch, such as happiness or education.




Recognising Abstract Nouns powerpoint teaching




Recognising Abstract nouns tasks




Spelling: Spelling Shed list 23: 




Adding the suffix –ly.  Words which do not follow the rules.




Spelling activities: Activities for Spelling List 23




Maths: Time Reasoning Problems




Time Reasoning Problems wk 2




Time Problem Solving wk 2




ART AND DT      Click on the link below to view the tasks




Art tasks Summer Drawings Tasks 




And here are some examples to inspire you




How to Draw Simple Sunrise Scenery for Kids | Easy Scenery Drawing ...      How To Draw Sunflowers - Happy Family Art




WB: 20.04.20 – Mrs Briggs

Maths :
You may need to find something circular to draw around to make your clocks if you are not printing. Maybe the top of a cup?

1. Telling time 5 mins
2. Time sheet- 1 min
3. Using-am-and-pm




1. The Race
2. Adverbs – The Race
3. Writing Task – The Race




Making a sundial




WB: 13.04.2020 – Mrs Ibrahim




Maths : Time problem solving




Time Problems




Months and Years Reasoning








Types of Nouns Reasoning




Spelling Shed: Acitivities for this week




Spelling Shed list 22




Religious Education: 








Art and DT:  




Art and DT daily challenge




WB:13.04.2020  – Mrs Briggs




Remember to always practise your times tables: Multiplication and Division Workbook




For the next few weeks we are going to be thinking about Time.  We have started to look at Time already in class during our Flashback 4 sessions and you are already practising telling the time at home so keep this up. YouTube have some fun songs to help you learn the months of the Year.
1. Months and Years
2. Hours-in-a-day





1. Look Down! Prepositions
2. Look Down!- Writing task




Keep up with Reading – Try to complete at least 1 book a week on Bug Club and read any other books/comics that you have at home. You will be looking at Egypt and the River Nile so perhaps you could research this and read about it on the internet.




Research the Life cycle of flowering. Try to pick out the science vocabulary and check you understand what it means.
The Life Cycle of Flowering Plants
Activity Sheet Roll and Draw Plant Game








Easter Holidays Tasks- Mrs. Ibrahim








Fun Maths puzzle




Addition Fun Challenge




Maths Shapes challenge




 SPELLING : https://play.edshed.com/login




Access spelling activities and tasks I set for you weekly on the above link. Choose stage 3/4  spelling. Call school to provide you with your personal password if you have lost it. 








Read the illustrated Easter story here:  








What is the true meaning of Easter?








Mrs Ibrahim’s Easter Art Challenge








Timestables Challenge




Week beginning 06.04.19 – Easter Holidays – Mrs Briggs
Alongside the Easter R.E. you have been looking at, here are some fun activities for you.




Colour the Easter egg or design your own
Easter SPaG Problem Sovling
Match the joke to the punchline
Wordsearch – Easter




A lovely Easter competition for all from Mrs Broughton – Easter Competition




   Let’s get talking! Speech and Language Therapy




Click on the above link. This is a speech and language resource but has some great ideas and games for everyone!








Week 2 Mrs. Ibrahim




MathsSubtraction word problems




Timestable challenge




SpellingSpelling -ly words




Grammar: Quotation marks task








ART:  Art RE activity




ART Task:  Produce your own pictures inspired by the work of the artist Hannah Dunnet. Add your favourite bible verses




WEEK 2 – Mrs Briggs

RE activities: Research the Stations of the Cross.  Watch the link and choose a station to represent in your own way.  You may choose to draw, paint, write in paragraphs, make a model, make puppets and retell orally.




Maths activities:
This Maths booklet can be ongoing for the next few weeks:  Year 3 Spring Maths Activity Booklet




Y3 Subtract-a-2-digit-number-from-a-3-digit-number-crossing-100




English activities:
‘a’ or ‘an’   – zoo write
coordinating conjunctions  – zoo diary entry




Science activities:
You could ask an adult to help you with these science investigations from the Science Museum. Be safe!












Useful Websites:
Websites to support with home learning




Online activities around the celebration of Easter – KS2 Easter Activities








Physical activities




Home Learning Projects:









































Home Learning




Website Age Range Content
www.classroomsecrets.co.uk Early Years – Yr6 Home learning packs covering English, phonics, maths and practical activities.
www.twinkl.co.uk Early Years – Yr6 Covers the whole curriculum
www.phonicsplay.co.uk Early Years -Yr2 Phonics games and activities


Early Years – Yr6 Various activities and video links to many subjects
www.spellingframe.co.uk Yr1-Yr6 Some free spelling games
www.primaryresources.co.uk Yr1-Yr6 A range of activities and worksheets for all subjects
www.teachingideas.co.uk Early Years – Yr6 A range of activities and worksheets for all subjects
www.topmarks.co.uk Early Years – Yr6 Wide range of subjects with lots of interactive online activities and games
www.crickweb.co.uk Early Years – Yr6 Free online education resources and games
www.primaryhomeworkhelp.co.uk/ Yr1-Yr6 Excellent website with a really wide range of subject coverage


Yr1-Yr8 Free resources and learning videos that link directly with our in school maths curriculum
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAxW1XT0iEJo0TYlRfn6rYQ Early Years – Yr6 Body Coach – Online exercise videos to keep you active 9am live daily
https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-home/ Early Years – Yr6 Free e-readers
https://corbettmathsprimary.com/ Yr1 – Yr6 Free maths resources
https://www.natgeokids.com/uk/teacher-category/primary-resources/ Early Years – Yr6 Lots of geography resources
https://www.tts-group.co.uk/home+learning+activities.html Early Years – Yr6 Free downloadable home learning activities
http://www.iseemaths.com/home-lessons/ Yr1-Yr6 Daily maths learning
https://www.mathswithmum.com Yr1-Yr6 Maths videos to help with children’s learning
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCj0shfH3pzhrf3dOrSj_pRw Early years – Yr2 Phonics based video and dancing
https://hungrylittleminds.campaign.gov.uk/ 0-5years A government recommended website for Early Years
https://www.mentalfloss.com/article/75809/12-world-class-museums-you-can-visit-online All the family Virtual Tours of 12 museums around the world
https://www.stem.org.uk/primary-science Yr1-Yr6 Science activity ideas




Websites currently giving free subscriptions due to school closures




Website Age Range Content
www.twinkl.co.uk Early Years – Yr6 Wide range of resources covering the whole curriculum
www.purplemash.co.uk Yr1 – Yr6 Computing and digital skills – free 14 day trial

Spelling Shed & Maths Shed

Yr1-Yr6 Children already have log ins for this. Please use their current usernames and passwords.





Lots of non-fiction e-books to access free: https://worldbook.kitaboo.com/reader/worldbook/index.html?usertoken=Mjk5MzQ6MTpJUjA5MjAxNjoyOmNsaWVudDE2OTc6MTY5NzoyMjE2Mjg4OjE6MTU4NDM4MDExMzA2Mjp1cw==&fbclid=IwAR2pwHf6d30wVXcDUq0zL5DOZ_lVLGkelBWEwpXTWDmwDrdajrkw8OAWBwY