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What a year it has been. Thank you parents for being so lovely and supportive as we worked our way through lockdowns, online and home learning, the joys of Teams and everything in between!

I have loved teaching your children this year and Ms Masterson, Miss Kemp and I are looking forward to seeing them all again in Year 4.

Have a wonderful, relaxing and well deserved summer. 

With best wishes from Mrs C๐Ÿ˜

Last Day Lollies!

Sports Day 2021

28th June


Hello everyone!

I am posting some pictures of what Class 3 have been up to last week. We are learning about flowers - the  pollination and reproduction of plants and made 3D models of the inside of flowers. Do you know what all the parts are called?

There are also some pictures of group swimming sessions - we are so lucky to have our own pool.

This week, amongst other things, we are writing a newspaper article about coastal erosion in Norfolk, writing our own story based on 'The Secret of Black Rock' by Joe Todd-Stanton and starting a new maths block on mass and capacity.  


Have a good week.


Best wishes, 

Mrs C๐Ÿ˜Š

Class 3 photos

Hello everyone.

I hope you all enjoy this weekend - even if it is a bit wet!


We have had a busy week as always and started our learning about climate change and flowers in our topic 'The Great Outdoors'. The children have painted careful observational drawings of flowers and looked at the work of Georgia O'Keefe. They have also finished their artwork for an upcoming virtual exhibition.

I know that some of you are having trouble accessing 'Teams' and so your children are unable to do their homework. Please could you email and let me know if you have a problem with Teams. 


This week's homework is to find out about the pollination of flowers.

What are the important parts of the flower in pollination and how does it happen?

You could research this on the internet and find some videos on YouTube.


See you all on Monday,

Mrs C๐Ÿ˜Š



28th May


Happy half term everyone!

I hope you like the wonderful bags the children have worked so hard on in D&T week.

I have not set any homework for this half term but have asked the children to do the Summer Reading Challenge. It would be lovely if you could support your child in this (I know some of you have completed some of the challenges already!).

Next half term our topic is ' The Great Outdoors'. 

Enjoy the break and I look forward to seeing everyone back at school on Monday 7th June.

Mrs C๐Ÿ˜Š

26.05.2021 Y3's last Forest School session

7th May 2021


Hello everyone!

 We have been learning about how to keep plants healthy, drawing plants from observation and classifying plants into the parts we eat (seeds, leaves, roots, stems, fruit, flowers). We are enjoying continuing to find out how plants and animals have adapted to life in different biomes and colour mixing in art. Enjoy the photos.

Happy weekend - at least it should be sunny and warm on Sunday! 


Best wishes,

Mrs C๐Ÿ˜Š


28.04.2021 Forest School

Hi everyone!


This week seems to have whizzed by .....

I have put your homework in Assignments on Teams. It is a quiz and I'm hoping it works as it if the first time I have tried it so fingers crossed!

This week we have written our holiday brochures inviting people to come to Stonehenge. We have started our learning about biomes and next week we will be beginning our next Fantastic Writing unit - a non-chronological report on the Taiga biome. We experimented with monochrome tints and shades in Art and are continuing finding out about fractions in maths. As you can see from the photos - everyone is loving Forest School in the sunshine!


Enjoy the weekend!

Mrs C๐Ÿ˜Š๐ŸŒž


Summer Term 1 Plans


Hi Class 3!


I hope everyone has enjoyed their first week back after Easter!

I have loved seeing you all in class even though I been really busy on courses and have a couple more next week. We have started our new topic 'Change the World'. We will be focusing on learning about Biomes in Geography and in Science we have started our investigations into plants. These lessons will show us how we need to protect our wonderful world..

I have put your homework on Teams in assignments and this half term's spellings are also on there. Times tables will be the 6x until Miss Webb thinks you are ready for the 8x!

Enjoy this lovely sunny weather!


Best wishes, Mrs C๐Ÿ˜Š

Forest School Week 3

Forest School Week 2


Wow - I can't believe we have finished our first week back already!

It has been so lovely seeing the whole class back together once again with smiles on their faces and so pleased to see all their friends.

Our learning has been focused on History, learning about the Stone Age. We have learned all about the differences between the Mesolithic and the Neolithic periods and have written exciting adventure stories set in those times. We have also started our learning about Rocks and Fossils in Science and have explored, drawn and described some metamorphic, sedimentary and igneous rocks.

Our Maths block on Measuring length and perimeter has finished and we'll start Fractions next week.

Class 3 also had a wonderful, if a little muddy, time at Forest School. Enjoy the photos and have a great weekend everyone!


Mrs C and Miss Webb ๐Ÿ˜Š

PS. No homework this week, you lucky lot!

Forest School


Good Morning

Todays activities: 

Daily Calculation

Music (Music Folder)

Maths: What is Perimeter? Video only (In Friday Folder)

English: Day 10 Plot 8 Cave drawings and a homeward journey

(Video in home learning videos and Page layout sheet in Friday folder)


PE (Choose from PE folder or another activity of your choice)

Any activities from the Bournville Book Fest for World Book Day

Enjoy your learning and your day

Don't forget to bring all your work on Stone Age Boy next week to support your independent writing. We will be working on this all week so it's really important to bring in what you have done. 

Miss Webb




Good Morning

Happy World Book Day

Today's Activities:

Daily Calculation

Handwriting (Video)

Maths - Subtracting Lengths 

English - Catching a reindeer (Video and planning sheet)

SPAG: Using Adverbs

Computing: Video and then two small tasks on Purple Mash

PE (Choose from PE folder)

Use the link below to access any book day activities of your choice:

Enjoy Your Day

Miss Webb


Your fruit and vegetable World Book Day characters - well done, they look fab!๐Ÿ‘Œ


Morning all!

Your activities for today are:

  • DC's
  • Maths - add lengths
  • English - plot point 6, Spear Fishing (in home learning videos by 1pm)
  • French
  • Art
  • PSHE
  • Chapter 2 of Stig of the Dump (in home learning videos)

Have a good day -

Mrs C๐Ÿ˜Š

FRENCH 3/3/2021

To celebrate World Book Day we will look at a familiar story in French - La chenille qui fait des trous (The hungry caterpillar). The powerpoint has all the links you need to hear the story in French and associated songs. Then there are two worksheets to choose from or you can do both. Amusez-vous bien! A la semaine prochaîne! Mme P laugh


Happy misty Tuesday!

Today's activities are -

  • DC's
  • Handwriting - science vocabulary
  • Maths - comparing lengths
  • English - sentence stacking plot point 5 - Camp Life
  • Science - Practical skills lesson 2
  • Stig of the Dump - chapter 1


Have a good day everyone!

Mrs C๐Ÿ˜Š


Wow - it's March already and it actually felt like Spring at the weekend so I hope you all got out and enjoyed the sunshine!

It is Book Week this week (and World Book Day on Thursday) so I am looking forward to seeing some of your characters made from fruit and veg. Today there is a book week activity about Michael Rosen's poem 'Chocolate Cake' -  the video to go with this from the Bournville Bookfest goes live later this morning, so I'll put it on with the English video later.


Today's other activities are:

  • DC's
  • Spag - adverbs to express place
  • Maths - revision on comparing lengths
  • English - sentence stack, plot point 4 - an invitation home
  • History - What animals lived in Prehistoric Britain?


Have a lovely day all and I'll see you on Teams in a little while.....

Mrs C๐Ÿ˜Š


Good Morning

Activities for the day:

Daily Calculation

Music (Music folder)

Maths - Equivalents cm and mm

English: Experience Day 2 - Cave Paintings


PE (Choose from PE folder or your own preferred exercise)

Enjoy your learning and your day

Miss Webb



Today's activities:

Daily Calculation


Maths - Equivalent Lengths M & CM

English - Day 4: Sentence Stacker:  A Strange Girl (Video)

Spag - Adverbs

Computing: Spreadsheets (Video)

PE (PE Folder or any other exercise)

Enjoy your day.

Miss Webb


Good morning!

What a lovely, sunny one it is ๐ŸŒž.

Today's activities are -

  • DC's
  • Maths - measuring length revision
  • English - sentence stacking (video available from 12pm)
  • French
  • Art
  • PSHE

Have fun everyone.

Mrs C๐Ÿ˜Š

FRENCH 24/02/2021

Salut! I hope you all had a lovely half-term break. I'm going to spend the next two weeks setting revision and independent learning tasks until we are all back for French in the classroom on 10th March. This will give you an opportunity to make sure you are ready to then start learning new language.  Any problems, please get in touch.

A bientôt! Mme P. smiley


French- Home learning pdf– click on any of the following topics to revise them 

  • Stage 1: Greetings, Numbers, Colours, Months  

  • Stage 2: Days  


(If for any reason the above does not work you can do the following on bbc bitesize:) 


Morning all!

Today's activities are -

  • DC's
  • Handwriting - history vocabulary
  • Maths - the start of a new block on Measurement
  • English - first sentence stacking lesson on Stone Age Boy. Please see page layout for today and the video will be available from 1pm
  • Science - practical skills lesson 1
  • Anisha chapter 15.


Have a good day.

Mrs C๐Ÿ˜Š


Welcome back!

I hope you all had a wonderful and relaxing half term.

Today we start our new topic - 'Grand designs' and will be studying Prehistory and Rocks and Fossils (when we are all back in school together).

Today's activities are -

  • Spag - what is an adverb?
  • DC's
  • Maths - understanding tables
  • English - introduction to 'Stone Age Boy' ( videos are in Home Learning videos)
  • History - how do we know about Prehistoric Britain

Have a good day!

Best wishes,

Mrs C๐Ÿ˜Š


Good Morning Everyone

Activities for today:

Daily Calculation (Friday folder)

Music (Music Folder)

Maths - Bar charts (Friday folder - Video and task sheet)

English - Spag (Friday folder - PPT and task sheet)

PE from well being folder.

Then choose from the well being activities.

Enjoy your day and I will take this opportunity to wish you a lovely, safe half-term.


Good Morning Everyone

Today's activities are:

Daily Calculation

Handwriting (Video)

Morning meeting (Including DC answers and 8x table test)

Maths - Bar Charts 

Computing - Spreadsheets (Purple Mash and Video)

PE well being activities

And then choose from the well being activities  

Enjoy your day



Morning everyone!

Today's activities are:

  • DC's
  • Maths - pictogram revision
  • French
  • Art
  • Wellbeing activities
  • Anisha chapters 12&13

Our quiz this morning is about breathing -  I look forward to seeing you all in a little while.

Mrs Cโ„๐Ÿ˜Š

FRENCH 10/02/2021

This week I thought it would be nice to cover pancake day in French. You will learn about the ingredients used and watch two French children making them. I also have a lovely song I've managed to find on 'la chandeleur' (pancake day) which you can have fun singing along to. Finally let's find out what you like on your pancakes!

Enjoy the rest of your week and have a fun-filled half-term break. Salut! wink

Cooking In French - Les creฬ‚pes.mp4

Still image for this video

la chandeleur.mp4

Still image for this video


Snow Day 2โ„โ„

We are closed again today but remote learning and wellbeing week continue. Thank you for your photos yesterday, it was lovely seeing you out enjoying the snowy weather.

Today's activities are:

  • DC's
  • Maths 
  • handwriting
  • Science (last in our learning about magnets)
  • Choose a wellbeing activity from the list
  • Anisha, chapter 11

I look forward to seeing you at our morning meeting where I will talk through DC's and we will have a science revision quiz.

Enjoy your day Class 3!

Mrs C๐Ÿ˜Š




School might be closed today but we still have lots of activities on offer. This week is our Wellbeing Week so there are some of our usual jobs like maths, handwriting and spag, but also a variety of wellbeing activities to choose from each day. We have our usual morning meeting at 9.45 but as I am at home too, I'll be going over our DC's verbally rather than visually and we have a quiz on Alexander the Great.


Enjoy your day in the snow and please send me any photos of snowmen and snowy fun!


Best wishes,

Mrs C๐Ÿ˜Š


Good Morning 

Learning for today:

Daily Calculation

Music (In Music Folder)

Maths - Times tables practice: Video (Home Learning Videos - Friday 5th Feb Maths)

English - Spag - Conjunctions to express place (PPT and Task sheet in Friday Folder)

RE - In Friday Folder

PE - Choose from PE folder

Daily meeting - Will be including DC answers and Spelling test and Show and Tell 



Good morning

Hope you have had a good week so far. 

Today's learning - Daily Calculation: New one has just gone on this morning 8:40

Handwriting - video in video links on Teams

Morning Meeting: Including answers for DC and 8x table test and show and tell of something you've made, created or read etc

Maths - end of Money assessment sent as an assignment. Please just do your best. It should be done independently so we can assess fully how much you have understood.

English - Reading Comprehension: Leprechauns

Computing: Spreadsheets- Video lesson in video links on Teams

PE - Choose from PE folder

Have a great day. 

Miss Webb


Good morning - sorry this is a bit late today. It was lovely to see all your faces in our morning meeting. 

So today's activities are -

  • DC's
  • Maths - finding change
  • English - labeled invention picture
  • French
  • Art 
  • PSHE
  • Anisha chapter 9


Have a lovely day everyone!

Mrs C๐Ÿ˜Š

FRENCH 3/2/21

Bonjour! This week's work has also been uploaded under 'FILES' in a file called French Weds 3rd February on Teams. For those of you that haven't managed to get the sound on the powerpoints to work, I have created a mp4 version for you to download and watch. Any problems, let me know. Salut! Mme Pandit smiley

Week 5 Months & Birthday.mp4

Still image for this video


Good morning Class 3!


Today's activities are :

  • DC's
  • Maths - subtracting money
  • Handwriting - geography key words
  • English - ' If I were an inventor ...' task 
  • Science - magnetic materials
  • Anisha chapter 8


Enjoy your day!

Mrs C๐Ÿ˜Š


Morning all and welcome to February!

I hope you all had a lovely weekend.


Today's activities are :

  • DC's
  • Maths - adding money
  • Spag - time conjunctions
  • English - time to finish biographies
  • Geography - What is the geography of England?
  • Anisha Chapter 7

In our morning meeting today we will be having a quiz on the Ancient city states of Athens and Sparta. Let's see how much you can remember ......


See you soon,

Mrs C ๐Ÿ˜Š


Good morning!

Today it's:

  • music
  • DC
  • Spelling test
  • maths
  • Spag
  • RE
  • PE

In the meeting today we have some show and tell time for your work only. This can be school work, something you have created, art work, a book you have enjoyed (no toys or pets etc), thank you. We will have a special time to see other things such as toys another time.

See you soon and have a good weekend.

Miss Webb.


Morning everyone.

Today's activities are -

  • DC's
  • Maths - pounds and pence
  • handwriting
  • Comprehension
  • Computing
  • PE - choose an activity each week from the file in Teams

We will have some show and tell time in this morning's meeting and I'll see you then.

Miss Webb



Hello everyone.


I hope you are all ok. Today in our morning meeting we will be having the second of our Ancient Greece quizzes. 

So the activities for Wednesday are :

  • DC's
  • Maths revision - counting money in pounds (£)
  • English - finishing drafts and beginning to write up in neat. I have set this as an assignment in Teams as I would like to have a look at the finished biographies, but it is not due in until Monday as I know this might take a little time. 
  • French
  • Art - portraits lesson 3
  • PSHE - lesson 5
  • Chapter 6 of Anisha


Have a good day and see you in a little while,

Mrs C ๐Ÿ˜Š




Morning all!

So today in our morning meeting I will be explaining the biography task a bit more as I think this will be helpful, and we'll have a quiz tomorrow instead. Thank you to everyone who managed to get their maths assessment to me yesterday, I was very impressed and appreciative.

Parents, you are doing an amazing job! I wanted to say again that if on some (or even most days!) you don't manage to do everything, please don't worry. If you need to prioritise, just do maths and English or even just read and practise times tables. Be kind to yourselves - we can only do what we can do๐Ÿ˜Š


Today's activities :

  • DC's
  • Maths - new block : Measurement (money). The first 2 lessons are revision lessons.
  • Handwriting - in home learning videos
  • English - planning your biography
  • Science - magnets lesson 4
  • Chapter 5 of Anisha.


Have a good day everyone! 

Mrs C๐Ÿ˜Š


Morning all - what a lovely frosty one it is too!


In our morning meetings we will be having some revision quizzes about our past learning. Today our quiz is on Greek gods and goddesses. In maths today you all have an end of block assessment to do and to hand in via Assignments on Teams. Please try and do this assessment by yourself and don't worry about it - it's just for me to see what we might need some more practise with when we all come back to school. There are instructions with the assignment to tell you how to return your work to me.


Your learning for today is -

  • DC's
  • Maths assessment on multiplication and division
  • Spag - lesson 2, coordinating conjunctions
  • English - researching your inventor for your biography
  • Geography - lesson 3, geography of Northern Ireland
  • chapter 4 of Anisha the Accidental Detective


Have a good day everyone and see you soon!

Mrs C๐Ÿ˜Š


Morning. Thank you for your understanding of the problems with the morning meetings. Mrs Doggett, Mrs Conway and I are just as frustrated and disappointed as you are that they are being spoiled. We have changed the meeting settings again which should mean that this can't happen. If it does, however, I will just end the meeting.

Today's activities -

  • music
  • DC's
  • maths
  • English - Spag
  • RE
  • PE

Have a good day and see you soon.

Miss Webb



Good morning.

Today's activities are :

  • handwriting - see video
  • DC's
  • Maths - scaling - video and task
  • Computing - part 1 in videos and part 2 in Thursday folder
  • Reading comprehension
  • PE
  • Practise TTR's and times tables songs

See you in our meeting,

Miss Webb



Morning everyone!

I have (with Mr Heasman's help) hopefully disabled the chat function in Teams as it has not been used appropriately lately. I've not yet managed to work out how to prevent children from muting me, which unfortunately was happening yesterday and spoiled the quiz for many of you. If it happens again this morning, I'll have to end the meeting which would be a real shame. 

Today's activities are :

  • DC's
  • Maths - dividing 2-digits by 1-digit (3) video and task
  • English - watch the videos from the links and choose which inventor you would like to write your own biography about.
  • French
  • Art - portraits lesson 2
  • PSHE

I'm hoping to do a Treasure Island directions activity in our meeting today - see you then!

Mrs C๐Ÿ˜Š

French - 20/01/2021

Bonjour la classe! Did you work out that we are going to be learning the days of the week? Use the powerpoint presentation to learn the words with a catchy song and then apply them to a meaningful sentence.


Tuesday 19th January

Morning all,


Today's activities are -

  • DC's
  • Maths - divide with remainders activity (no task today)
  • Handwriting - which is in 'Home learning Videos'
  • English - using the facts we found out about Garrett Morgan yesterday to complete our sentence stack with 3 Fact Splats. This will be in videos around 1.30pm ๐Ÿคž.
  • Magnets - lesson 3 How does a compass work?
  • Chapter 2 of Anisha (home learning videos)


In our meeting today, as well as DC's, we will be doing a quiz to check you know your continents. Please have the continents ready and written out correctly as you will need to have correct spellings to do the quiz (Asia, Australia or Australasia, Africa, Europe, Antarctica, North America, South America).

Thanks and see you soon!

Mrs C๐Ÿ˜Š

Monday 18th January.


Morning lovely Class 3, I hope you all had a great weekend and enjoyed the bit of snow we had on Saturday.

Activities for today are -

  • DC's
  • Maths - divide 100 into 2,4,5 and 10 equal parts. Activity rather than written task today.
  • English - Fact splats, finding out facts about Garrett Morgan
  • Geography - lesson 2, the geography of Wales
  • Spag - Using determiners
  • Chapter 1 of our new class novel - Anisha Accidental Detective

In our morning meeting today, as well as going over our DC's we will have a fun quiz on what we have learned about magnets in Science so far.


See you at 9.45,

Mrs C๐Ÿ˜Š

Friday 15th January.

Hello everyone, I've now put the maths answers in the answers folder for yesterday. Sorry for the late sentence stacking video yesterday, slight technical issues!

Today's activities -


Music - Charanga


Spelling test

Maths - divide 2-digits by 1-digit

Sentence Stacking




There will be a folder on Teams with times tables resources in (TTR resources) which I will explain in the meeting.

Have a good day!

Miss Webb



Thursday 14th January


Hi Everyone, Hope you are all well?


Here is a list of today's activities:

  • Daily Calculation
  • Times Tables Test  - 4x
  • TTRockstar (Please log in and practice the teacher set tasks on Garage or Arena)
  • Handwriting (Video on Teams)
  • Maths - Divide 2 digits by 1 digt (In Thursday folder: Video lesson, Task sheet PDF or PPT)
  • English - Sentence Stacking 4 - More inventing shapes
  • ICT - Computing - Spreadsheets (Videos Introduction and Lesson 1) You will need to log into your Purple Mash account to access spreadsheet activity 
  • P.E. (Guidance and and activity sheet in Thursday Folder)

Enjoy your day. See you at 9:45am. Miss Webb


Morning all,


I hope you are all well. Here are today's activities.


Maths - multiplying 2-digits by 1-digit (2)

French (on class pages)



Optional patterns in nature activity

English - next sentence stacking lesson which will be on Teams at lunchtime.

Have a good day and I'll see you all shortly.


Mrs C๐Ÿ˜Š

French 13/01/2021

This week I'd like you to revise the work we have done on colours and then put all the French that you have learnt into a short paragraph about yourself. At the end of the powerpoint you'll find a clue for the next topic we'll be doing.


Tuesday 12th Jan


Morning all.


Thanks for the feedback yesterday - I'm really sorry that the David Attenborough link to Twinkl didn't work - I try out the links in Teams from my end to check they work, so I'm not sure why that one didn't and I certainly wouldn't expect anyone to pay for an activity. I hope having all the day's work in one dated folder is easier to navigate for everyone.


Today's activities are - 

  • DC's ready for our morning meeting. I'm also going to do a little geography quiz to see how much you have remembered from yesterday's lesson, then we'll have time for some show/tell. 
  • Maths - multiplying 2-digits by 1-digit activity. There is no task sheet today but please practise as much as you can so you understand this method practically.
  • Science - Magnets, lesson 2
  • Handwriting - the continents
  • Sentence Stacking lesson 2. Page layout for today is on Teams. I hope to get today's video to you at lunchtime. Today's sentence stackers will be : Harrison, Wolfie and Thomas. Please could you send me your sentences from today either in Chat or by email when you have finished, then I will put them up on our sentence stacking wall at school - thank you!

See you at 9.45 ๐Ÿ˜Š

Monday 11th January.

Good morning everyone. I hope you all had a lovely, if chilly, weekend.

Today's activities are :

  • Daily calculations
  • Maths - related calculations
  • 'Whole' class reading - a comprehension on David Attenborough (2 star text version, see notes)
  • Spag - recognising determiners
  • Geography - Locational Knowledge of the World : Scotland
  • Fantastic Writing - our first sentence stacking lesson. This will be on Teams later this afternoon but please see the information about page layout on Teams. I will go over this in our morning meeting.

See you in a little while....

Mrs C ๐Ÿ˜Š

Thursday 7th January.

Morning all!

Thanks for the feedback I had from some parents yesterday, it was very helpful. Many found there was too much content yesterday (we did in school!) and a bit too much recorded work. With this in mind we have put less on for today so you can catch up with anything you did not have time for yesterday. 

Please can you make sure your child does the daily calculations before our morning meeting today and remember there will be a tables check for the 4x tables too (time for a quick practice). Ms Webb and I have decided we will do a double act for the meeting today.


Today's activities -

Maths - Multiply 2-digits by 1-digit (no worksheet)

RE - What is Faith?

PE - Joe Wickes

English - a video introduction and cut and stick activity to introduce the biography 'shape'. The resources for this will be on Teams shortly and the video will follow later so please don't start until you have seen it!

Matilda story

Practise spellings (accident, answer, believe, caught, circle, difficult) for tomorrow's test.


See you at 9.45!


Wednesday 6th Jan.

Good morning Class 3!

I hope you are excited for your first day of home learning.

You are welcome to do today's activities in any order but from tomorrow, please can you do your daily calculations before our morning meeting.

  • Maths - (Daily calculations). Comparing Statements: White Rose video and task sheet
  • Whole class reading - on Bessie Coleman. This is not actually the whole class sharing obviously, but the children know this activity as whole class reading.
  • Handwriting - inventor words, video on Teams home learning posts
  • 1st comprehension about 'Lady Fliers' - Jacqueline Auriol
  • Science - Oak Academy video  (first lesson in a series about magnets)
  • PSHE - Oak Academy video - Communities (first in series 'All Around Me')
  • English - Fantastic Writing introductory lesson to 'Inventor Biographies' and reading of our class novel will be put on Teams later today.

I'm looking forward to seeing you at 9.45 - hopefully you will have received your invitations. Fingers crossed everything works!

Mrs Conway ๐Ÿ˜Š



FRENCH 6/1/2021

Bonne Annéé! I hope you had a lovely Christmas and are ready to learn lots of French this half term.

I have attached a powerpoint for you to revise and practise opinions about colours, after which you can print out the colour flower displays sheet and complete. Bring these in when we return to school please.



Hello everyone, I hope you are all doing ok.

What a busy day we've had here at school!! 

Please read the attached letter which explains how home learning will look at the beginning of this new lockdown. 

I look forward to seeing a few of you in person tomorrow and everyone else  for our Teams meeting at 9.45 am!


Best wishes,

Mrs Conway

A Very Happy New Year!


I hope you all had a lovely Christmas and a relaxing holiday. I also hope you managed to access the class's Christmas video which is on Teams.

I just wanted to thank you all for my wonderful Christmas gifts - I felt very spoilt and seemed to have more than my fair share of gifts under our Christmas tree! 


We will have Forest School every Wednesday afternoon this term so please can you bring in named wellies and make sure you are prepared for whatever the weather may bring on that day. PE will be on Thursdays and Fridays as usual.


We are very happy to be welcoming Ms Diane Webb to the Year 3 team for this term. She will be teaching Class 3 every Thursday and Friday morning and some afternoons when necessary too. The children have already met her in the week before we broke up.


I look forward to seeing you tomorrow morning to welcome in the Spring Term,


Best wishes from Mrs Conway

French Musical Christmas Advent Calendar

Week beginning 30th November

Hi everyone,


I can't believe it's December already - time is just flying by.

This week Y3 have investigated which materials make the best shadows - transparent, translucent or opaque materials - and have had fun experimenting with making shadow animals using our hands. Can you remember how to make the shadow bigger, smaller, clearer?


In maths we have been continuing with multiplication and division. We are now starting to learn the 4 times table so please practise at home.


We finished making our shadow puppets in D&T and made positive and negative pictures in Art. Here are the YouTube links if you would like to have a go at home - Positive and negative space drawing activity - YouTube  and Notan Beginner Demonstration - YouTube.

Please have another look at the Winter Reading Challenge earlier on these pages - there is a prize for the class who have achieved the most so get cracking!


Have a lovely weekend - only 21 days 'til Santa!


Mrs Conway๐ŸŽ„



Hand shadow making

Week beginning 23/11/20


Hi everyone,


Another busy week in Year 3.


We have been revising multiplying and dividing by 2, 5 and 10 this week. Mr Dibden has introduced a new  times tables certificates system. To earn your first bronze certificate, you have to know your 2's, 5's and 10's; you receive a silver certificate for your 3x, 4x, 6x and 8x and gold for 7x, 9x, 11x and 12x. There will also be a platinum certificate for associated division facts. In order to earn these certificates you have to get all 12 facts for the relevant tables correct 3 times and you need to be quick too!


We have finished decorating the front of our puppet theatres and have begun to make the shadow puppet characters which we will be using to tell the Christmas story. We are learning about this Christian festival in RE too.


We had fun with mirrors and reflections in Science doing mirror writing, mirror mazes and understanding why we see multiple images of something when we use 2 mirrors.


We finished our Fantastic Writing story 'The Star in the Jar' and next week will be doing some more writing using the story as a stimulus. In SPaG we have looked at using apostrophes - for contractions (can't, they've, we'll) and for possession (children's, Mrs Conway's). For Whole Class Reading this week, our texts have focused on Internet Safety - we particularly enjoyed reading 'Digiduck's Big Decision' by Lindsay Buck.


Mrs Conway๐Ÿ˜Š



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What a soggy weekend - it was very squelchy when I went out to walk my dogs!


On Wednesday we watched clips to learn about why we wear poppies and how they look different in England, Scotland and Wales. We were respectful in keeping  2 minutes silence to remember soldiers who fought and are fighting in wars.


In Science, we had fun going to the 'dark place' (the stock cupboard!) with Miss Kemp, to investigate what colours show up in the near dark and what materials reflect torch light best. 


We started using our boxes to create shadow puppet theatres. So far we attacked them (safely) with scissors to cut a whole in the back and front and then attached baking parchment as a screen. 


In English we are continuing using the book 'The Star in the Jar' to write effective sentences. This week we looked at using fronted adverbials, onomatopoeia words, adverbs and extended our adjective vocabulary. We have also worked discretely on co-ordinating conjunctions  (or, and, but)  to connect clauses/phrases in sentences.


We have finished our block on Addition and Subtraction in Maths and start our new block learning on Multiplication and Division next week - please have a look at the knowledge organiser to see what the children will be learning.


I'm attaching some information about supporting your child in reading at home and our new Winter reading challenge - have fun!


Mrs Conway๐Ÿ˜Š

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Hi everyone!


We had a great first week back after half term as we started our new topic ' Let There Be Light'. We have started some new Fantastic Writing using 'The Star in the Jar' by Sam Hay and we named our own class star - Trailblazer - who watches us all from high up, surrounded by fairy lights.

We had a fun time beginning our Science learning on Light and Shadows. We used the boxes we brought in, put objects inside and then made small holes to see if we could see them. Then we tried to see the object using torches. We found out that without light we couldn't see anything and that light travels in straight lines. After that we made colour whizzers and when they spin really fast you don't see each colour as they blur into visible or white light. 

We went outside in the sunshine and practised writing out our 3x table in chalk on the playground - keep practising as we'll check our 3x table next week.


Enjoy the photos!

Mrs Conway๐Ÿ˜Š

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Outside learning 3x table.mp4

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Saying your age rap


Happy Half Term Class 3!


I hope you are enjoying the break and this good weather while it lasts.


I have not set any formal homework this week but there is the option to make the fake lung if you would like to.

Of course I hope you are reading a lot and please continue to practise your times tables on TT Rockstars (focus on the 2x, 5x and 3x tables).


If you would like to check how many of the high frequency words you can spell from the first list (on these pages) then that is an option too.


Next half term our topic is 'Let there be Light'. Our science learning is about Light and Shadow and we will be making shadow puppet theatres - please can you bring in a large cereal box or an adult shoe box (with lid) to school when we come back next week so we can begin to make them. Thank you!


Best wishes,

Mrs Conway๐Ÿ˜Š


French Numbers 1-10

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French aerobics to practise numbers to 10

Week commencing 12th October


It was lovely to see so many parents for our parent/teacher meetings using Teams. I appreciated the chance to let you know how your fantastic children are getting on at school and to explain a bit about their teaching and learning.๐Ÿ˜Š



As you know, reading is a vital part of the curriculum. It is part of our learning every day and reading at least 5 times a week, is an important part of homework. In Y3 we have whole class reading sessions which is where the children read a text and we focus on different comprehension skills and learn new vocabulary. The children are also taught how to decode words in spelling lessons and we look at sentence structure, context and vocabulary in grammar lessons. The children need to bring their reading books and reading records to school every day as they often have opportunities for independent reading and so we can hear them read too. When your child has finished their book, they take an Accelerated Reader quiz on the computer and then get their new book. Their quiz scores give me an idea of their understanding of the text and whether the book is at the right level for them.



I have put some word lists on the class pages. The first 100 high frequency words are from KS1 and these are words that all children should spell correctly now. The common exception words are words that are trickier to spell, some of which are also high frequency words.


Some highlights of this week's learning have been painting designs on our clay pots, investigating lung capacity and fitness and finding out all about the Ancient Olympic Games.


I hope you are all enjoying the weekend!

Mrs Conway๐Ÿ˜Š

Week commencing 5th October


We are continuing our topic on Ancient Greece. We are in the middle of writing our own myths based on the story of Theseus and the Minotaur. We really loved designing our own creatures and heroes. We are creating our own books and will be illustrating them soon too.

In art we have made clay coil pots and have painted them terracotta, ready to paint on our Greek designs next week.

We now know all about the Greek gods and goddesses and what special symbols or items they have to make them recognisable and we learned about how the Athenians defeated the huge Persian army at the battle of Marathon in 490BC.

We finished making a healthy meal for our clients and learned about the human skeleton and made skeleton puppets. This week we found out about how muscles work in tandem to help us move. We investigated whether muscles are stronger the more you use them too.

In RE we have been comparing Christianity to the Jewish and Islamic faiths and in PSHE we have learned about the importance of sleep.

Addition and Subtraction Knowledge Organiser

Week commencing 21st September


Hello Class 3,


So this week we had such fun on our English 'Experience Day' re-creating Theseus's adventure into the Labyrinth to defeat the Minotaur. We also carefully planned stage fights between Theseus and the Minotaur and showed everyone once we had rehearsed them.

We have continued our learning about healthy balanced diets and have started making models of a nutritious meal for our clients. We have learned about and included the correct proportions of the 5 food groups - carbohydrates, fruit/vegetables, proteins, dairy products and fats/sugars.

In history we learned all about one of the most successful military commanders of all time - Alexander the Great - and looked at sources such as statues, paintings and coins which show just how famous he is throughout history.

We finished off our sketches of Greek pot designs ready to start making our clay pots next week.

Hopefully you will all have been able to access Teams and find your homework for this week which you can complete in your homework books as usual and hand in by Wednesday please.


I hope this weekend has not been a complete washout with the wind and the rain!


Best wishes,

Mrs Conway

Week commencing 14th September 


Class 3 have had a lovely week. 

In History we learned about the ancient city states of Athens and Sparta and decided which state we would have rather lived in and why - see if your child can remember their argument!

We became personal trainers in Science. We have clients who need our help to change their diet and lifestyle. We began by seeing how many portions of fruit and vegetables they ate in a week and recorded the data as a bar chart. 

We looked at different ancient Greek pots and found out how useful the images on them are for historians to find out about the past. We sketched some of the images in Art.

Enjoy some of the photos of your children enjoying learning inside the classroom and having fun outside in PE.

Your child will have come home with homework today. Next week the homework will be put on Teams.

Have a lovely weekend!


Best wishes,

Mrs Conway

Music and spellings

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PE Cricket Fun

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Hello there!


So Y3 have had a great start to the week! They have settled down well to new routines and have been happy and excited to be back with all their friends. 


Together we have decided on our class rules -

1. Be kind

2. Try your best

3. Keep everyone safe

4.Concentrate and challenge yourself.

5. Listen carefully to everyone

6. Put your hand up to speak.


We talked about challenge and having a growth mindset and the children all set themselves a challenge for the coming year.

We have made our safeguarding hands so we always know who we can talk to if we have any worries or problems.

In maths we have been busy learning about 100's in place value and we have been time travellers to Ancient Greece where we looked at Greece on a map and have made a timeline of important events.


Reading Books - we are hearing individual readers and next week will be assessing children using the  Accelerated Reading scheme. Once we have made all our assessments, your child will come home with their reading book to practise their reading. 

Spellings - Spellings will be checked on Fridays and we will be using the No Nonsense Spelling approach.

Homework will start next week too.


Have a lovely weekend everyone!

Best wishes,

Mrs Conway๐Ÿ˜Š

Y3 Timetable (Autumn1)

Autumn Term Planning


Blofield Primary School Values

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