Year 3 2019 - 2020

Home Learning

(See all activities/updates below and weekly learning downloads on the Homework tab)

Monday 6th July 

Good morning Year 3 smiley I hope you all had a lovely weekend. 

I have added your new weekly timetable to our homework tab - Homework tab - Year 3 Home Learning Timetable 6.7.20. Please also continue to use your SPaG and Power Maths books smiley

Please keep sending in any photos of your work that you would like to share, I love seeing them! I'm happy for you to send in photos of your work after a few days of working on your tasks, or you can send them in after each day. 

Hope you all have a great week!

Miss you all heart

Miss Miller.


Friday 3rd July 

Hello Year 3! I hope you're all okay, what a wet week it has been sad 

Thank you to those of you who have sent in emails, pictures of their work and contacted us on Twitter. It's great to see the amazing work you are completing!

Star of the Week

This weeks Star of the Week is....... MILLIE laugh She has worked SO hard since the day we had to close our school and even more so the past couple of weeks. She has been extremely grown up and independent when sometimes having to carry on with work herself and has completed some fantastic work. Millie wrote a lockdown story which made me so happy to see how she had been so positive and had really turned a strange situation into a positive. She has been a superstar both with her school work and at helping out at home too - well done Millie smiley

I would also like to say a huge well done to: Jessica, Nathan S, Charlie, Michael, Taylor, Daisy, Jaxon, Kye, Renee, Megan for completing work this week and logging onto IXL yesKeep up the hard work laugh

Have a great weekend, make sure to check back on Monday for your new tasks! 

Take care and hope to see you very soon. 

Miss Miller heart


New learning opportunities:

The National academy online classroom is offering daily Maths, English and foundation subject lessons for you to complete at home

Follow the link:

Once on the page, click the “classroom” button.

Click “schedule” for today’s lessons and choose your year group.

A video will guide you through each lesson and there are activities for you to complete.

The lessons build on your learning each day just like we do in school.

We’d love to see the work you have completed so please send it into school to be shared on Twitter.

BBC Bitesize:

BBC Bitesize are providing 3 lessons every day. They include both a Maths and English lesson as well as a Topic/Creative lesson and have set activities for you to complete after each one. These look really fun and useful so see if you can complete what they have set for each day! Click on the link below to take you to the Year 3 lessons.

Live Celebrity Lessons:

Below is a list of some celebrity live lessons, reading and activities that take place every day either on youtube or their website :) Try and have a go at one or two a day! 


Have a listen to some stories on this website. We began reading ‘Kid Normal’ in class a while ago, it’s a big book but see if you can finish it!

Children should continue to read for a MINIMUM of 20 minutes per day. Children can still quiz on the books that they have competed reading. The link they must use to quiz is:


The link below will take you to a daily maths lesson provided by I See Maths. These lessons are great for problem solving, challenges and games! A new lesson is uploaded each day at 9am however you can catch up at anytime afterwards. All you need is a pencil and some paper. Any activites you may need alongside the lesson will be provided in the link for that day. Have fun challenging yourself and solving problems!


Have a look on this website for some great art activities you can do at home. It is an online sketchbook course with some lovely activities to explore art. Make sure you send in any pictures of your work.


See the Stay Active at Home page.

RE (including some competitions)

Unicef are publishing an 'Article of the Week' as a regular set of remote learning activities centred on a specific article. Each week a new Article pack will be uploaded onto the Unicef page on the school website.The pack will contain activities for primary and secondary, a reflection and an extension exercise. Activities are easy to carry out with the minimum of equipment - most only need a pen and pencil. Please feel free to email or tweet the school with any work you have done at home #RRSA


Go to the Science page and download one of the exciting activities to try at home. Ask an adult before you try them though!!  There are some interesting family Science activities for you to try together at:


Here are some tips to help you with your learning from home:

  • Turn off the TV and make sure you have a quiet space in which to work
  • Try to work at a desk or a table
  • Use a pencil to complete any written work and try to present it as neatly as you would in your books at school
  • Ask and adult or older brother or sister to listen to you read every day and discuss what you’ve read together. Reading and learning together can be good fun and very rewarding.
  • Share Ipads and tablets with your brothers and sisters. If a sibling is using your tablet then read, write or practise your handwriting until they have finished. Then swap over
  • When you are working on IXL, aim for 100% on each task. If you don’t achieve this try, try and try again until you have mastered it. Use the information that pops up when you make an error to help you progress or ask an adult at home to help
  • Ask an adult in your home to set you some times tables, addition, subtraction, multiplication or division questions to help you practise your calculations
  • Make yourself a simple timetable that will help you organise your tasks- see the link below for an example timetable.


Teacher: Miss R. Miller

Teaching Assistant: Mrs C. Ready

1 to 1 Support: Mrs K. Harwood 



Christian Value: Justice


Number of pupils: 30

Specialist Staff

Music: Mrs Payet

RM Maths: Mrs Booker

Football: Mr Prince


Class Prayers


Christ, bread of life,

Come and bless this food.



Hometime: Dear God most high, hear and bless

Thy beasts and singing birds,

And guard with tenderness,

Small things that have no words.


Unicef Rights and Responsibility: Article 30

Every child has the right to learn and to use the language, customs and religion of their family, regardless of whether these are shared by the majority of the people in the country where they live.


School Council

Our council representatives were chosen by the class in a democratic vote. Well done to everyone who put their name forward. Our winners were: 

Jaxon Corrin and Mya McGaw!


Golden Apples

We have promised to try our best to gain our 5 leaves for : Service, Community, Justice, Friendship and Creation.

Children's University

In Year 3 , we gain credits through attending after school clubs, participating in sports teams for the school, jobs we do in school and also by having our passports stamped at learning destinations. For example: museums and clubs outside of school. Passports are available to purchase from the school office.


Study Support

You are encouraged to attend Study Support on Tuesday after school as you will have help, if needed, in addition to having access to the resources in school.


Physical Education

You will need: black shorts, a red T shirt, black pumps (indoor), trainers (outdoor) optional.


The correct swimming kit is needed for pupils to be allowed into the swimming pool.

Girls will need a one piece swimsuit plus a swimming hat and boys will need swimming trunks (not shorts) and a swimming hat.

Year 3 will be swimming every Friday afternoon.

Online Safety

An Important Note to Parents and Carers.

Please be aware of online safety when our children go on the Internet. The link below offers information and advice about keeping our children safe online. It also has a valuable reminder of the importance of keeping passwords secure.

Files to Download

Year 3: News items

UNICEF Learning, by Mrs Erskine

Parent Guidance Covid-19, by Mrs Erskine

Ideas for Home Learning, by Mrs Erskine

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