Year 3

You can access  for online reading and activities The username is 3mjagps, password: homework or 3wdagps with the same password.

Click here to access EducationCity

Click here to listen to free Audible stories!

Click here to hear David Walliams read at 11.00am - 'Elevenses'

First News (Children's newspaper)

Click here to access free Children's Natural Geographic magazines


Easter Holiday Art Project  - WB 06.04.20

Details of the art project for week 1 of the Easter holidays can be found on the home page of the school website. If you email your teacher pictures of your finished entries by Friday 10 April, we will each select one winner from our class and they will receive a £20 Amazon voucher.  Click here for some ideas on the sorts of things you can do. Good luck!

Please note: You will still be able to access the home learning websites such as Mathletics and Reading Eggs during the Easter period.


Thursday 9th April

Action for Happiness from Mrs Liversidge: Call a loved one to catch up and really listen to them. Which of your family or friends would really like to hear your voice today? Ask if you can call them for a chat and brighten their day, as well as yours!

Mr T's superhero workout!

Mrs Khan’s THOUGHT OF THE DAY:The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more you learn, the more places you’ll go!  Dr Seuss
Cuddle up with a book and explore new places :)

Wednesday 8th April

ACTION FOR HAPPINESS from Mrs Liversidge-Take five minutes to sit still and breathe. Repeat regularly. Try to find a quiet space and be still. You could try shutting your eyes and listen to the sounds. Can you hear your heart beat and the sound of your breath? Enjoy this moment and come back to do it whenever you need some calm. 

Mr T's superhero workout!

Wednesday 8th April:Mrs Khan’s THOUGHT OF THE DAY: Good manners and kindness are always in fashion!

Always remember to say “Please” and “Thank you”. 

Tuesday 7th April

Mrs Khan’s THOUGHT OF THE DAY: Where there is a will, there is a way. Try your best with everything you do today . 

Mr T's superhero workout!

Action for Happiness from Mrs Liversidge: Share what you are feeling and be willing to ask for help. Try not to keep your thoughts inside if they are causing you to feel worried. Have a chat with someone and don't stop until you can find something to smile about.

Monday 6th April

Mrs Khan’s THOUGHT OF THE DAY :Be kind whenever possible. It is always possible. Dalai Lama

Be kind to yourself and others around you.

 Mr T's superhero workout with videolink!



Friday 3rd April

Mrs Khan’s THOUGHT OF THE DAY:You cannot change the circumstances, the seasons, or the wind, but you can change yourself. That is something you have. Jim Rohn

Enjoy Fabulous Friday :0

Mr T's workout video tutorial - Friday 3rd April

Action for Happinesfrom Mrs Liversidge: Write down ten things that you feel grateful for and whyI know that I am grateful to know each and every one of you - that's number one on my list! Happy Friday to you all x

Thursday 2nd April

Mrs Khan’s THOUGHT OF THE DAY: If you have good thoughts they will shine out of your face like sunbeams and you will always look lovely. Roald Dahl
 Make a poster of happy thoughts to display at home :)

Mr T's superhero workout with videolink! - Thursday 2nd April

Action for Happiness from Mrs LiversidgeEnjoy washing your hands. Remember all they do for you. Don't forget that 20 second rule to wash them and always use some hand cream if they start to get a bit dry with all that washing!

Wednesday 1st April

Mrs Khan’s THOUGHT OF THE DAY : Mix a little foolishness with your serious plans. It is lovely to be silly at the right moment.

Tell us about your favourite fun activity. Send in your fun time pictures J

Mr T's superhero workout with videolink!

Action for Happiness from Mrs Liversidge: Make a plan to help you keep calm and stay in contact. Who can you call on video chat today to see their face when they know it's you calling?

Tuesday 31st March

Mrs Khan’s THOUGHT FOR THE DAY :“The best preparation for tomorrow is doing your best today.” – H. Jackson Brown

Talk about a person you know that always tries their best.  Is there anything you can learn from them?

Mr T's superhero workout with videolink!

Action for Happiness from Mrs Liversidge: Go nature spotting today. Even in a city, life is all around. Can you see any birds flying overhead carrying twigs for their nests? Can you hear or see any bees, ladybirds or butterflies outside or through the window? Are there any new plants or flowers starting to bloom in your garden or from where you can see from your window?


Monday 30th March

Mrs Khan’s THOUGHT OF THE DAY : You will never have this day again. So make it count!

Make a list of all the things you have enjoyed about today. How long is your list?

Mr T's superhero workout with videolink!

Action for Happiness from Mrs Liversidge: Mentally scan down your body and notice what it is feeling. Give your shoulders a roll, have a slow deep breath and slowly stretch out each part of your body. Enjoy how strong your body feels today!

Friday 27th March

Mrs Khan’s THOUGHT OF THE DAY: Yesterday is history. Tomorrow is a mystery. Today is a gift. That’s why we call it “The Present”

Give your teachers the best present ever. Be happy and enjoy the work : )

Mr T's superhero workout - Friday 27th March

Action for Happiness from Mrs Liversidge: Stop work earlier and use the time to be still and relax. Celebrate 'Friday' by building in some extra play time outside, lie on the sofa to read a book or do some craft or cooking. Enjoy the stillness at some point today.

Thursday 26th March

Mrs Khan’s THOUGHT OF THE DAY : Being different isn’t a bad thing. It means you’re brave enough to be yourself. (Luna Lovegood)
Ask your family to name 3 things that make you special.

Mr T's superhero workout with videolink!

Action for Happiness from Mrs LiversidgeTune into your feelings without judging or trying to changeRemember, it's always helpful to talk about how you feel with someone you trust. 

Wednesday 25th March

Mrs Khan's THOUGHT FOR THE DAY : You will never have this day again. So make it count!Write about what you enjoyed today and why?

Mr T's superhero workout with videolink!

Action for Happiness   from Mrs Liversidge: Make a list of amazing things that you take for granted. Notice the sounds, tastes, sights around you, the colours of nature outside and how you feel when you achieve something.


Tuesday 24th March

Mrs Khan's THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: “No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted.” – Aesop

Do something kind for a member of your family and make them smile : )

Action for Happiness from Mrs Liversidge: Notice when you are tired and take a break as soon as possible. Take time to stretch and drink water during the day to refresh yourself. Don't worry if you can't do something - take a break and come back to it a bit later. Remember the magic of the word 'yet'!

Action for Happiness - Mr T's Superhero Workout!                   Superhero Workout Tutorial Video

Monday 23rd March

Mrs Khan's THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: Today is a great day to learn something new. 23.03.20

Have a think about the first time you learnt a new fact. Write a paragraph about what it was and how you used this new knowledge?

Action for Happiness from Mrs Liversidge - Take an unusual route and notice what looks different. From your window, can you see anything starting to grow on the trees or the flower beds? Watch every day and notice when something does. If you're out for a walk, remember to keep 2 metres away from anyone walking past, but look at the differences in the houses you go past.


Log into MyMaths

Username: acocks, password: percent

Go to number, fraction and start at lesson 1


Watch Newsround and discuss what is happening in the wider world.

Project work

The project this week aims to provide opportunities for your child to gain a better understanding of their own family. Learning may focus on what different makeup of families, what traditions your family has, stories linked to your family etc.

Let’s Wonder:

Who is in your child’s immediate family? What other relatives do they have? How does their family link together? How many people do they have in their family? Why not spend time looking through old photos and talking about the people in their families.  What family stories can they tell? How is life different to their parents? Grandparents?