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Home Learning Week 4 W/C 11th May



Below is the link to the BBC Bitesize home learning daily lessons.  All of the activities and worksheets needed can be found here, along with the accompanying videos and animations.


Or, have a look at this website which offers daily maths lessons and activities.


As always, there is no expectation to carry out all of the tasks for the week, so feel free to dip into the resources and have a go!

From both websites, 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.



Sentence Stacking

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 National Academy

The National Academy are updating their site weekly with lessons for each year group.

This week their Literacy focus is Character Description.

From the above link, click on Year 3 and then work through the daily lessons.


Using similes and metaphors


Reading lesson: Dindy and the Elephant by Elizabeth Laird




Week 4 - activities focusing on Netball.




I am so pleased that my sunflower seeds have started to grow!

Have you planted any seeds? Send in some photographs of what you have been growing.

I have put the grid of plant activities into a document which you can access below these links which I have added to consolidate your learning about plants.


Life Cycle of a Plant


The parts and functions of a flower


What is a plant?

What does a plant need to live?

Why are bees attracted to flowers?

What are the requirements for plant growth?

Why are plants important?

What is fertiliser?


  • Each of these BBC lessons also have a quiz to test your knowledge at the end!

Plants Activity Grid

Science – Rocks and Fossils


Before the school closure, we did cover some of this unit of science work but not all of it.

Here are some links to the BBC lessons for those of you who would like to revise the work which we already covered and / or add to your learning.