Welcome to Year 3!
 Library time is 
on  Tuesdays

Children will need both an indoor and outdoor PE kit in school all week.

Each day they need to bring their learning journals, as well as their reading book. 
Trainers are needed for for outside PE and when the children go in the M.U.G.A. or on the field.

Skip forward to 3:04:00 to see the Great Britain team enter the Olympic Stadium in a procession.

Watch the video of last year's Stone Age Day.

Home Learning

Stone Age Boy

Circle Art

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01f6kf1/clips Romans
Farming http://www.topmarks.co.uk/Flash.aspx?f=diennesandcoinsv3  https://sites.google.com/a/gorseland.net/landing-page/Learning-Zone/subjects/magical-maths/numbers-and-counting/Place%20Value.swf?attredirects=0 
 Units of Time http://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button  

Parent presentations 2015 years 2&3.pptx

Explore these links to help you with your learning:

Tables Master(aim for speed and accuracy) :

Shopping practice: adding price


 Here is a great shark game to practice place value.

Can you help the dolphin jump over the boat?

                Maths practice here...     http://www.topmarks.co.uk/Flash.aspx?f=loopcardsv6

image: title Click on the logo which will take you to a site with lots of maths games. 

 Practice improves

Practise your 2D and 3D shape knowledge here:


Telling the time:
(choose the activity that helps you to get better at telling and using time)

The Iron Man
The Iron Man
by Ted Hughes.

How plants grow.

Click here for bbc science:


Healthy Eating and Teeth

Can you use your knowledge of materials to build a life boat?

Magnets and Springs

The Romans

The Tudors.

Click here to find out about Shakespeare and the Globe

'Dance mat' typing.
3A Blog
  • Tetrahedron or cuboid? Our challenge was to make a shape display. We had to work in small teams to create our displays and include detailed labels for our 3D and 2D shapes.  
    Posted 21 Mar 2017, 02:14 by Christine Adelson
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3B Blog
  • Science Skeletons We have been looking at the human skeleton and other types of skeleton animals might have.  We know why we have them and what some of the scientific vocabulary is
    Posted 30 Mar 2017, 03:33 by Claire Pearsons
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Websites we recommend:
Please be aware that clicking on these links
will take you to an external site. 
Practise your maths on this site for kids!