Year 3 Summer term timetable 2020

Year 3 video lessons from the national academy

Year 3 BBC bitesize

Fluent in 5  – 5 minute daily maths practise

More 5 minute daily maths practise

Art from Mrs smith

Y3 Egyptians
 Research death masks and ritual masks and make one of your own.
Look at the designs of sarcophagus

Other on line learning activities can be found below.

Home learning timetable Y3

KS2 pick n mix home learning activities

Links to ‘twinkl’ and ‘urbrainy’ print at home worksheets can be found here.

Please click on the link above to take you to the Year 3 home learning timetable for the summer term.

On the timetable you can find lots of links to activities to keep your brain learning and acquiring knowledge over the forthcoming weeks until we are all back in school again. The timetable is structured in line with the school day. Keeping to a routine is good for you and will help to keep your learning habits strong.

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Mrs Williams and your teachers will check in and reply to you as soon as possible.

Please remember to use standard English though and include capital letters and full stops  – no text talk!! Your teachers will be reading your comments. Your comments wont be published straight away – they will need to be approved by your teacher first.

See you all soon

From  Miss Bailey, Mr Wakes and Mrs Williams

End of Year Challenge Time!

I’ve had a look back through the scores over for the last year and the highest score was a massive

65,584 points

achieved by Year 4 Green back in March 2020 just before Lockdown.

This weeks battle will run until Friday 17th July which is the last day of term, giving you two weeks to try and beat the score. The class that manages to beat or even come close to this score will receive a TT Rock Star pencil each on their return to school in September.

Let the final battle commence…….

Maths task 2 (Tuesday)

Today, you need to solve these money problems.

Read the question carefully. What do you already know from reading the question? What are you being asked to find out?

Underline or highlight any key information such as numbers of words which tell you which calculation you will need to do.

Hint: a dozen is 12 of something.

Have a go and remember to ask if you have any questions.

Mrs Sharples 🙂

Weekly Spellings

Once you have practised these spellings, ask someone at home to test you. Remember to learn and practise any that you get wrong so that you know them next time.


Let me know if you manage to beat your weekly score .

Mrs Sharples 🙂