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Welcome toSt John's CE (C) Primary SchoolEvery Challenge Met Together

Home Learning

Week beginning 6th July 2020

Hello Year 3. I can't believe it's nearly the end of our school year. I'm so disappointed we don't get to spend our last couple of weeks together as you are a lovely class and lovely children. I am looking forward to seeing some of you next week and all of you again in September. As I am in school next week, I have set enough work this week to continue into next week. If you require more please e mail me. 


Reading - please read the information about Anglo Saxon Kings then answer the questions. One star is the easiest and three stars is the challenger.

Spelling - This week we will be spelling homophones. Can you remember what a homophone is? First discuss the meaning of each word with someone else in your family. Your challenge is to create a sentence that contains both or all homophones. e.g. He'll find that his heel won't heal.

Homophones: groan/grown; there/their; wear/where; rain/rein/reign; he'll/heel/heal; plain/plane. 

Writing - please continue with your work on The Truth about Trolls. 


Measurement - In maths this week we will be measuring to the nearest millimetre and learning about volume and capacity. When using a ruler, remember to start from 0 rather than the end of the ruler. Capacity is the total amount of liquid a container can hold. Volume is the actual amount of liquid in the container. There is 1000 millilitres (ml) in 1 litre (l). Try estimating the capacity of different containers before you start the activities. Does a teaspoon hold millilitres or litres? 


This week you have some games to play to help you learn about magnetic force. 


We continue our work on the Vikings, this week focusing on Anglo Saxon Kings. 


This week we will revisit and learn a few new simple French conversation phrases. 


I am sure you all have different feelings regarding coming back to school. This home activity will teach you about different feelings and why we need to express them. 


The Truth about Trolls

Week beginning 29th June 2020

Hello Year 3. I hope you are all well and looking forward to our virtual sport events this week. Please see your daily events in our 'Parents' page, under P.E and Sports. We have now finished our Geography work and will be starting our exciting history topic on Vikings! 


Reading - learn about Viking Longships in this comprehension activity.

Spelling - This week we will be testing the ou words from last week by a parents/older sibling dictating the sentences below for you to write.

You will be in trouble if you touch the young plant.

The countryside is rough to walk on. 

Please also see the handwriting practise of our statutory words below. 

Writing - please continue with the Marshmallow planning if you have not yet finished it. For those who have please see the Talk for Writing unit on Trolls below. I would recommend doing one activity per day. 


Please continue to practise your times tables - 3, 4, 6, 8x tables. This week we will be focusing on making and describing 3D shapes. 


Now we have finished our Mountains geography topic, we will be starting our history unit on Vikings. See the link below. 


In year 2, you were taught about different forces acting on an object to move it. For the next couple of weeks, we will be learning about magnetic force. Please see the link below. 


Virtual Sports week. 


Virtual Sports Day

Week beginning 22nd June 2020

Hello Year 3. I hope you are all well and keeping up with your home learning. There is a lot of learning activities to so this week but please don't feel you have to do all of them, for example, it might be that you only pick one of the Geography activites to do. Please remember to do your accelerated reader quizzes.


Reading - please see the link to Tom's Exciting morning for you to read and answer the questions.

Spelling - this week we are looking at the /ou/ sound. First you need to read the words to someone at home then get them to test you by spelling each word: young, double, touch, trouble, country and rough. I have also added a handwriting sheet to practise your spelling list. 

Writing - please continue with the Marshmallow planning or visit BBC Bitesize Daily lessons. Alternatively, there is a link below for setting description writing.


Please see the links below for  work on comparing fractions. I have also included some revision work on times tables and problem solving.


This week we will be learning about tornadoes. 


See the link below and choose farm animals.

Shadow art

Fletcher's Erupting Volcano

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A signed message from Myla-Rae

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An animation from Sophia.

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Sophia must have spent hours making this animation using Stop Motion. A testament to her patience.Fantastic work, Sophia.

Story time with the Tethers.

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Watch the Tether family on their super journey through the story.

A Fact File on Flamingos from Myla -Rae

A brilliant book review from Myla-Rae. Thank you.

Isaac's amazing human body facts

Women in History by Myla-Rae