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Year 3

A message from Mrs Cave

Goodbye Year Three

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Green will indicate that this learning is essential and is part of a series of lessons which will impact on future learning. These take first priority.

Amber will indicate that these are tasks set in isolation. These should be completed but are not part of a series of lessons.

Red will indicate extension activities or additional challenges which are to be completed after all other learning.



Please try to listen to your child read everyday for a minimum of 15 mins. As well as reading their school books, they can choose a story from home.


Test your timetables! Ask your grown up to time you for 2 minutes...

Maths 13.07.2020

Maths - For Maths please continue to look at the White Rose Maths website. There is a home learning tab. Choose year 3 and you will find a video for each day. White Rose are updating this each week. I have attached the worksheets and answers for each day.

Spellings - Please look through these and identify which ones you can spell and which ones you need to practise for Year 4.

English 13.07.2020

This week you are going to complete one piece of writing each day that then can be complied into a booklet that your parents can keep as a memory from this very different academic year. You could even create a front cover for your booklet and decorate it with pictures of all your memories. It is completely up to you how you present this. A suggestion (if you are struggling) is to write a few paragraphs and draw a picture or print off some photographs. We have some photos on the Year 3 page from special days in school if this helps.


My best memory from this year - include experiences from in school and during your home learning.



My favourite thing and why I have changed during Year 3. What have you improved on? What have you enjoyed the most? What learning have you being doing at home that is different to in school?



My proudest achievement. You have all achieved something wonderful this year! Remember that in the future other children will look back at this year and want to hear about what you were doing during Lockdown and COVID 19. You have all been remarkable and it hasn't always been easy. Change can be very tricky, so well done!



Something I am looking forward to in the summer holidays. What are you going to do over the summer? I know that many peoples plans have changed and holidays have been cancelled, but what are you going to enjoy doing the most?




What will I miss from this year?


PSHE -Transition into Year 4


Here is a booklet for you to complete over the next few weeks. Once you have completed this, it would be fantastic if you could email it to Mrs Tomlinson. Although she has taught you before, I am sure that she would love to see just how far you have come and how grown up you all are now!

Transition Y3 into Y4 Booklet

French: 06.07.2020

Science - Forces and Magnets

This half term we are studying forces and magnets. Work your way through the activities below in order. If you need any further support please feel free to email me.

Show kindness to all your friends and family

What kind of day are you having?

Have a peek at this wonderful Kindness List. Can you guess who wrote it?

Is it a shield, a clock or a pizza?

Take care of all the animals.

Look who’s here!

Remember to send in your work. It might appear on this site.

Remember to grow some Sunflowers if you get the chance.

Question: Who are these two pesky fish?

Top marks for a wonderful 'For Sale' poster by Warrior Harold.

Captain (Colonel) Tom is a LEGEND! So is everyone in Y3!

Can you guess the name of this fearsome warrior?

Look what Isla has produced!

Hannah drew a picture...guess who?

Has anyone else made Captain Tom a birthday card?

This must be the longest long ship ever!

I wanted to send you this picture, which is some art work Betty has made to motivate the teams at Sheffield Health and Social Care NHS

I can’t see your mouth but I know you’re smiling.

A message from Mr French

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WATCH OUT! The Vikings are coming!


The timetable below can be used as a rough guide for your home tuition. Each slot is about an hour.

Maths Web Pages

We are currently covering fractions, lengths and perimeter. Following on from that, we are moving onto properties of shape and Time. Please find all supporting resources further down our page. It includes PowerPoint teaching tools, resources and answer sheets.

A great site for fractions

A really fun and easy to use site for times tables and divisions

When you feel confident with tables – go to this site

Especially good for maths and computing

This maths site has a trove of useful resources for ALL abilities in Year 3

Science Web Pages

Activities for all ages in Science plus a link for our Y3 topic on magnets.

A useful site for our science topic on magnets

English Web Pages

In English we are currently writing poems and play-scripts. We are moving onto letter writing and diary entries, using Vikings as our focus.

Free e-books for ages 3-11

The Literacy Shed has a huge library of animated stimuli for schools

There are 1,000’s of English resources at this site – it’s free to use

English and Maths Web Pages






Maths Resources

Spelling resources