Category Archives: Home Learning Year 3

Home Learning from September 2020

Home Learning from September 2020

Following the full reopening of school on 1st September 2020, Home Learning is taking a slightly different form.
Please see the information below, linked ‘Remote Learning Policy’ and attached scenarios to learn more.

Home Learning will no longer be uploaded to the school website. It will be sent via a year group specific email address. Staff will also use ‘Seesaw’ to support the evidence base for work completed at home.

The activities uploaded from March – July 2020 will remain in this section of the website if parents are looking for any additional work or ideas during periods of isolation or holidays.

If there are any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact school.

 

HOME LEARNING / REMOTE LEARNING POLICY

There a number of different reason why pupils may need to self-isolate, some of these include:

 

Individual pupils isolating due to: showing symptoms, waiting for a test outcome or family circumstances.

Groups of children asked to isolate due to a positive case identified in school.

Whole class, including class teacher, asked to isolate due to a positive test case identified in school.

 

In these instances, home learning will be provided. These activities will begin the day AFTER parents have informed school that their child will be isolating. For children at home awaiting a test outcome, home learning will begin AFTER confirmation of a positive test result for themselves or a family member.

Home learning activities will be emailed directly to parents, from class teachers, by 9am from our dedicated year group home learning email accounts. The email will include attachments and links to all of the resources that your child needs. Pupils isolating at home should complete the work and return via email within a suitable time period. This work will then be saved  on SeeSaw under ‘Home Learning’ in the pupil’s individual file. Simple feedback and support will be given to parents via email or telephone call, as appropriate.

 

For further information, please see our Remote Learning Policy and attached scenarios documentation.

Remote Learning Policy

Remote Learning Scenarios – EYFS and Y1

Remote Learning Scenarios – Y2 to Y6

Year 3 Home Learning  – 20.7.20

Year 3 Home Learning – 20.7.20

I am so excited to see you all back with me in September! Woohoo! Until then, here’s what we’ve been up to this week…  I know you’ll enjoy giving the body experiments a try!  And check out Jed’s incredible work on our local area – you could do the same over Summer and send me…Read More

Y3 Home Learning 13.7.20

Y3 Home Learning 13.7.20

Hello everyone! Here’s our overview of this week’s work: Y3 Home Learning Overview.docx All you need for English Daily Practice for English: Daily English skills week beg 6 July Speak these sentences and choose ‘is’ or ‘are’/’was’ or ‘were’ appropriately: is are was were twits Wordsearch: T-T-16260-The-Twits-Wordsearch All you need for Maths Daily Practice for…Read More

A Message from Mrs. Whitelaw

A Message from Mrs. Whitelaw

Hello everyone! I hope you are as HAPPY as I am to hear the news that I will be your teacher in September! I’m doing exactly what you asked me to do, I’m stealing you ALL back and keeping you all with me to secure Y3 skills and see you through the Y4 curriculum with…Read More

Year 3 Home Learning – 6.7.20

Year 3 Home Learning – 6.7.20

Hello everyone! Here’s our overview of this week’s work: Y3 Home Learning Overview All you need for English Daily Practice for English: Daily English skills week beg 29 June List of Adverbs (handy for stage directions!): List of adverbs Adverbs worksheet: adverbs to enhance stage directions Link to how to write a script: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zsn4h39/articles/zx8kng8 Example…Read More

Y3 Home Learning 29.6.20

Y3 Home Learning 29.6.20

HELLO EVERYONE!!!! Here’s an overview of this week: Y3 Home Learning Overview Year 3 have been reading ‘The Twits’. They wrote poems about Mr. Twit’s beard using partitives. A partitive tells you how much of something you’ve got – E.g. ‘a dollop of…’, ‘a morsel of…’, ‘a clump of…’, etc. Writing:  Here is a set…Read More

Y3 The Twits

Y3 The Twits

Over the next several weeks we will be using Roald Dahl’s ‘The Twits’ in our English work.  And, just in case you haven’t got this hilarious book, I am sending you a link so that you can read ‘The Twits’ at home too (including all the illustrations by Quentin Blake!).  Enjoy! https://pdfget.com/pdf-epub-the-twits-download/    Read More

Year 3 Home Learning – 22.6.20

Year 3 Home Learning – 22.6.20

HELLO EVERYONE!!!! I am missing those of you who must still do school at home!  I am so happy to be running my own bubble in my Y3 classroom again and at least I’ve been able to work with 9 of you face to face so far…  Until we can all be together again, I’m…Read More

Year 3 Home Learning – 15.6.20

Year 3 Home Learning – 15.6.20

Hello Year 3! Home Learning this week: Writing:  I’m sending you a picture of a book cover.   Look at it closely.   What do you think the story is all about?   What type of story could it be?  Who are the boy and girl and where are they?  Write the opening part of the story –…Read More

Year 3 Home Learning – 8.6.20

Year 3 Home Learning – 8.6.20

Hello Year 3! Remember, the MOST IMPORTANT home learning you can do is to practice and secure your basic mathematics, reading and writing/spelling skills! You can do this by reading a page every day, practicing your x tables daily until you know them inside out, and practicing your writing skulls through composing a letter to…Read More