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Year 3



Class Teachers:
Mrs Corah
Mrs Bell
Miss Ford


PE Days:
3B - Monday and Thursday
3C - Monday and Thursday
3F - Monday and Friday

Please see below for options:

Contact & Queries

Please feel free to talk to your child's teacher, preferably at the end of the school day, if you have any concerns.  We are always happy to help.  You can also leave us a message in your child's School Diary or by sending an email to:

We will check both the diaries and email weekly.


Activities to do at home

We know you will all be reading regularly and encourage you to set aside time to support your child in developing their skill in this hugely important and enjoyable activity!

We will set weekly homework detailed below and expect children to practise key number facts and times tables as well as spellings each week - little and often is usually the most effective way to do this.  The website links listed provide a wealth of activities to support your child in this.

On this page you can see the topic web for each term.  We have included a list of optional homeworks for children to try which should enhanc their learning in each topic.  

The BBC Bitesize Website and the BBC Newsround pages are also a great place to visit:



Reading Resources



Oxford Reading Owl has some e books that you can access for your children to read new material at their current reading level.  This will be particularly useful for your child if they were reading Book Banded books (eg orange, turquoise, purple) from school.

You do have to sign up but is free and you will be able to access new e books.  Of course this is not the same as holding a real book but it is another way to engage your child in reading.    We hope this link is of use to you.  Remember you are looking for "ebooks."



For Phonics games and activities (reading and spelling), Phonics Play is a brilliant website that has some free activities and a free 7 day trial which can be useful should your child need to isolate.

To access the resources visit: 



Maths Resources

Maths at Home Challenge Sheet


This website has lots of maths games and activities covering the whole maths curriculum which you can search for by topic and year group.

Username: Lowes Wong         Password: magicmaths

Finally, don't forget TTRockstars and Hit the Button for practising your times tables and number facts:







Additional Resources

Please find below a list of websites/apps that we would like to recommend.

Doorway online - Touch typing

This is a great skill to learn and the activities here are all free. The activities take around 5 minutes each and will benefit everybody. Touch typing is a big help to those with dyslexia as well as making the process of typing quicker and more accurate.  It will not work on a touch screen, it has to be done on a conventional keyboard.


Google Sketchup

This is a free 3D modelling program that can produce stunning results, given time and patience.  It is an online application and can be found here.  There are tutorials and of course hundreds of videos on YouTube.

Using sketchup, try to draw objects from around the house/garden first.  Once mastered, try more difficult things like a house or other type of building (items with lines at angles are difficult, as are curves).



Good news - audible is making hundreds of titles available for free during the school closures. This service will remain free for as long as schools are shut - this means books are available to stream at no cost at all.  Simply visit from any browser to get started.  No logins, credit card or passwords needed!