We have now put a link below titled "Year 3 Work" where you can upload any work you have done at home on to the website. Your work will be sent to us for approval on to the website.
Please see the section "Year 3's Homework" below to see your work on the website.
Zaynab (3B) has been working really hard at home and has uploaded her completed booklet showing her excellent Maths and English skills. Zaynab has also designed a beautiful rainbow poster offering advice on how we can stay safe at home. Well done Zaynab - we are all very proud of your hard work.
Well done to Mustafa (3B) for all his hard work at home. He has completed an Eid poster and has done some fantastic English work. We are very proud of you Mustafa - keep up the excellent work!
Congratulations to Hozaifah (3B) for doing lots of different subjects at home. Hozaifah has been working hard practising his grammar, reading and handwriting whilst also logging on and completing his Purple Mash and BBC Bitesize tasks - well done Hozaifah!
Well done to Wisdom (3A) for his fantastic work practising his times tables!
Weekly Task - Week Beginning 1st June
Hello Year 3, we hope you are all well and enjoyed your week off last week. Today marks a new month and this week we are gathering as teachers to discuss a return to school. Please keep your eyes on the website for any updates. We are holding all of you in our thoughts and prayers and hope you and your families are safe and healthy during these times.
Please see the attached work below for a range of exciting activities for you to complete. Remember to take photos and upload any work on to the school website.
In addition to the work attached below, please see a couple of reminders of work available on the school's website:
1. We have a new article focus- this week's is Article 19 - protection from violence, abuse and neglect. To view activities that Miss Harper has uploaded for you, go to the Global Citizens tab and click on RRSA.
2. Pentecost. Please look at RE page on website. Pentecost Sunday is an important feast day. It is a time of new beginnings after Easter, a time for God's love and the Holy Spirit to enter our hearts.
Week Beginning 25th May
The Year 3 team would like to wish a blessed Eid to all who are celebrating! We hope you have a lovely time with your family.
As next week is half term we will not be uploading work onto the website. We hope you have a great week.
We miss you all very much and are holding you all in our prayers and thoughts. Have a good week off and remember to check the website next week for the next set of work.
Mr Evans, Mr Hamilton, Miss Francis and Miss Kaur
Weekly Task - Week Beginning 18th May
Hello Year 3 and welcome to another week closer to seeing each other. We hope you are all keeping safe and following the Government's new guidance to stay safe and aware if going outside. With the opportunity to now visit the parks and exercise outside, we hope you all take advantage of the nice weather planned for the week to get out and active for a bit each day.
Please find below a selection of different activities for you to complete at home. Remember to upload any work or photos to the website to show us all your hard work.
https://www.thenational.academy/online-classroom/year-3# - an excellent website with daily lessons in different subjects for Year 3 children.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/tags/zmyxxyc/year-3-and-p4-lessons/1 - BBC Bitesize website with daily lessons in a range of subjects.
Article 28: The Right to an Education
This week's PowerPoint is now online - Article 28 the right to an education. Activities include drawing your ideal teacher, creating a dream lesson timetable and creating a recipe for a rights respecting school. There is also a link to a free online book, 'The Book of Hopes: Words and Pictures to Comfort, Inspire and Entertain Children in Lockdown'. This is a collection of short stories, poems, essays and pictures and has contributions from more than 110 children's writers and illustrations. Check our the RRSA page for a power point and more details.
Hello Year 3!
As we enter a new month, it brings us renewed hope and faith that things will get better and hopefully we will be together again soon. The month of May is also an important spiritual month for many of us. To all the families celebrating Ramadan, we are holding you all in our prayers during this holy time and we wish you a blessed month this Ramadan. May is also the month of Mary, where Christians will look to Mary to guide us through these challenging times.
We are all missing seeing your happy faces each day and are eagerly looking forward to seeing you all back safe and happy in school as soon as possible. Well done for all of you who have submitted work on Purple Mash and Times Table Rockstars - we are really impressed with how hard you are all working during this time at home.
Please don't forget to use the link on the website to show us any other work you have been doing at home. It would be fantastic to see some photos of you and your work, particularly with not being able to see each other in person. Keep up the hard work!
Mr Evans, Mr Hamilton, Miss Francis and Miss Kaur.
Weekly Task - Week Beginning 11th May
Hello Year 3, hope you are all well and staying safe.
This week, continue to check Purple Mash and TimesTable Rockstars for tasks set. As in previous weeks, please use the BBC Bitesize lessons (link below) to continue learning a variety of subjects. For those of you looking for a creative project, please see the attached document for a range of different activities.
Also, remember to look at different subject pages on the website, including a new, exciting Science experiment set on the Science page. Well done to the children who have uploaded work on to the website - it has made us so happy to see your faces again and see all of your fantastic work. We look forward to seeing more photos and uploads in the coming week.
Stay safe! We are missing you all and holding all of you in our prayers.
Weekly Task - Week Beginning 4th May
Well done to all the children who are completing work online. We still haven't received many uploads to the website and would love to see more of all the fantastic work you are doing at home.
Below is a copy of this week's work - including a range of different activities for you to try at home. In addition to this, we have included the link for you to continue the Maths lessons we listed last week.
There are a few reminders this week:
1. We have a new article focus- this week's is Article 7: The right to a name and an identity. To view activities that Miss Harper has uploaded for you, go to the Global Citizens tab and click on RRSA.
2. May is the month Mary. Many think of Mary as a mother figure, someone we look to for guidance and support. During these uncertain times we ask her to watch over all of us and pray that there will be a cure soon. We would like you to visit the RE section of the website. Mrs Gillam and Mrs Carroll have uploaded lots of activities for you to do based on the Month of Mary. Please send in any pictures of you completing these activities.
We are now on the second part of our competition. During the second part you will learn the following:
We have attached all the resources you will need below. Good luck!
If you did not see the first part of the competition last week, please scroll down the page further to see the resources.
Weekly Task - Week Beginning 27th April 2020
There is a Maths focus to the work this week. Please use the link below to see daily Maths lessons. These have a useful video going over the teaching of the material and examples for the children to practise. There is also a separate question sheet for the children to complete with an accompanying answer sheet. You can upload any completed worksheets to the website for us to display.
Last week, we set a writing task. We would like you to continue with this and show us any piece of writing you produce - we are really missing reading your fantastic, creative pieces.
In addition, if you would like to do additional homework, please see the attached document for lots of exciting activities in different curriculum areas for you to complete at home. Alternatively, see the R.E section on the website for fun activities linked to Ramadan and Eid.
Good luck - we can't wait to see what you complete!
Mr Evans and Mr Hamilton
We Are Global Citizens
Miss Harper has updated the RRSA page with information regarding Coronavirus. Every week there will be a PowerPoint uploaded to the page that has activities linked to a UNICEF article. The focus this week is on article 12, respecting children's views.
Activities include discussing how children's voices are ignored using the book 'Not Now Bernard', creating a poster displaying the importance of article 12, designing a card thanking someone who listens to you and researching young people who made sure their voices were heard.
Please send us anything you have done to show support for our NHS carers (rainbows, cards, photos of you clapping etc.) It would be great to put your photographs/ work up on our website!
Find the RRSA page by clicking on the Global Citizen tab on our homepage.
We want to show our support to the NHS for all of the amazing work they are doing during this pandemic but also the amazing work they always do. As well as the weekly clapping and rainbows that we hope you have displayed in your windows, there is a competition. Over the next 3 weeks there will be tasks you will need to complete to help you gain ideas for your competition entry we will upload on the third week.
Week 1 Part 1 - Your strengths and the NHS
Week 2 Part 2 - Working in the NHS
Week 3 Part 3 – Competition entry
Please look at the PowerPoint and complete the worksheets below. Feel free to complete the quiz on the PowerPoint with your family members. Remember to keep any activities you complete, this will help you when you need to do the competition task.
Weekly Task - Week beginning 20th April 2020
Please see the attached document for lots of different, exciting activities you and your child can do at home this week.
Also, BBC Education’s response to the Coronavirus pandemic, Bitesize Daily, launches this Monday April 20th to support parents and children learning at home over the next 14 weeks. Below is a link to the website which has a daily timetable and fantastic lessons including videos and activities.
Please keep copies of any work your child does at home, or alternatively, use the link above to upload work on to the website. Keep up the hard work Year 3 - we are so proud of you and missing you lots!
Weekly Task - week beginning 13th April 2020
With the nice weather this week, we are setting you a challenge to get creative! In your garden (if you have one) or in your house build a Stone Age den that people may have lived in. Please do not go out and buy anything for this task! Get creative with things in your house - it is amazing what sheets and broomsticks can be turned into!!
When you are finished, take a photo and keep a copy to show the class when we return. Alternatively, use the link below to upload your photo onto the website.
Please see a photo below of a typical "Stone Age House" to help give you some inspiration.
Looking forward to seeing your creative masterpieces!!
Mr Evans and Mr Hamilton
If you are missing PE, Joe Wicks is running a PE lesson everyday at 9 am on Youtube. Here is the link:
Welcome to the Year 3 page.
3A - Mr Evans and Miss Francis
3B - Mr Hamilton and Miss Kaur
Enjoy viewing and reading about all the exciting learning that takes place in Year 3.
This Half Term we will focusing on the virtues 'Compassionate and Loving'.
Compassionate: Being compassionate towards others, near and far, especially the less fortunate.
Loving: Being loving by our just actions and forgiving words.
Homework will be given out every Wednesday to be returned the following Monday. Each week, children will be given Maths and English homework based on that week's learning. Additionally, they will receive spellings based on their current level.
Please see the attached homework below, in the event of a school closure.
Children are expected to read and sign their Reading Diaries every night. Please ensure you are reading every night with your child and signing their diaries to ensure they make good progress in their Reading.