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Thursday 4th June 2020


Good morning Year 3!


I hope you are all okay, working hard on your home learning whilst also enjoying some family time. All the teachers are back in school, with the Year 6 children and preparing for the return of others. It seems very strange to walk down the corridor and not hear lot's of talking and learning taking place. We are missing you all so much, but make sure to keep us updated on what you are getting up to at home, emailing your class teacher:


Love Miss North


Hello Year 3


I hope you are all well. As Miss North has said we are back in school this week and that is why our web pages have changed slightly. We are all organising the classrooms and planning work for when more children come back. It has been a really busy few days and hopefully you will be impressed with the results when you are back in school.  I am really missing you all and have missed your emails this week. I will still reply to all your messages so please keep sending them and letting me know what you are doing. 

I look forward to hearing from you.


Love Mrs Martin.


Please see below for today's work. 



Today in maths, you will be practising estimating answers to calculations. We have briefly covered this in school, but remember, estimating means making a sensible guess.


First, watch the video below, then answer the questions on the sheet attached, or in your exercise book. 

Year 3 - Week 6 - Lesson 4 - Estimating answers.mp4

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In continuation from our work on Marshmallows, today you will be writing your own ending to the story. In the video, the monster becomes scary again once the Marshmallows run out.  He chases the boy.... will he escape?  There is a twist at the end! The boy escapes.  


Can you think of your own ending to the story?


Watch the video to remind yourself of the story...


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Today's reading activity is all about Stephen Hawking. Read the text attached and answer the questions to match.

We have also attached the answers for you to check, but DON'T PEAK!




This afternoon, we would like you to complete some Learning for life based on age appropriate ratings for films and television programmes. There is an information powerpoint explaining each age rating and what is appropriate for each age. There is then an activity to complete when you match the definition to the correct age rating.