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Home Learning Week 1 W/C 20th April



WhiteRose Maths is the scheme which we follow in school, the link to the website below will take you to their home learning videos and activities for the week. 


The focus for this week is Fractions.


There is no expectation to carry out all of the tasks for the week, so feel free to dip into the resource and have a go!

From the link, you can also access the home learning for Year 1 and Year 2 – if you are struggling with Year 3 then have a go at previous class activities to build your confidence. We don’t want anyone to be struggling!


Other Maths Links:

Daily Ten

TT Rockstars

Hit the Button


Multiplication Written Method

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A quick reminder of what we were working on in class.

Multiplication Written Method 2

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For those of you missing our Sentence Stacking, Jane Considine, who invented the writing scheme we use in school, will be delivering daily English activities for pupils to complete at home. Click on the link below to join in.



The Sunflower


Question time!

Where will the magic sunflower take Lucy?

If you were Lucy, would you hold on to the sunflower or let go?

How did Lucy acquire the seed?


Perfect picture!

Imagine what the sunflower will look like the next day. Draw or describe what you have imagined.


Story starter!

Lucy had only planted the seed minutes earlier. Now, it was growing in front of her eyes! The earth began to tremble as the sunflower grew thicker and thicker, taller and taller.

With no sign of stopping, the plant seemed to be reaching up towards the sun. She held on tightly, not daring to wonder where she might be swept off to…





As part of our science work in the Summer term, we would be learning about plants.

Below I have added some video links from the BBC.

Below these I have added a grid of activities to choose from – please feel free to adapt any activities.


Video 1 - What do plants need to survive?


Video 2 - Parts of a plant.



Look out for flowers and plants in the garden and when on walks.



Plant seeds in the garden.



Plant seeds in different places to see if this alters growth – shaded part of the garden and sunny part of the garden.



Create a natural collage or use nature to create art e.g. leaf printing.



Measure the height of a growing plant at regular intervals. Record your results in a table or even a graph.



Research rare plants e.g. Venus flytraps, ghost orchids, jungle plants.


Make a model plant or a pollinating insect.


Draw and label the parts of a flowering plant. Write a sentence to explain their function.