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Thursday 11th February 2021

Thursday 11th February 2021

Tremendous Thursday!

Another brilliant day waits ahead, keep up the great work everyone!

Let's make today FANTASTIC!


Remember...before you start your work for the day, sign the register using the link below...

For some reason the first link to the register was not working correctly. I have added a new link now. If you already used the link to register before 8:55, please could you register again using this link? Thank you and sorry for the inconvenience. 

A message from us...

Hello Year 3! We hope you are all well. Not long now until half term! Today is your final day of using your screens and the class page as tomorrow is Screen Free Friday where you can do activities that do not include screens. We shall share more ideas for what you could get up to later today. For today, you are going to continue with fractions and you are going to look at recognising equivalent fractions. In English, you will be learning about the book 'How to wash a wooly mammoth' and then in writing you will continue with 'The Stone Trolls'. This afternoon, you have History where you are going to continue to look at Prehistoric Britain. Keep up the great work everyone, you are working so hard!

Miss Mapother & Mrs Hawkins x 

Basic Skills

Please click on the link below to take you to the Basic skills document. 

This includes...

  • 5 a day
  • SPAG
  • Word of the day
  • Reading Comprehension
  • Spellings

Make sure to complete all the work. 

Sign of the day

Click on the link below to take you to the Sign of the Day page to find today's sign of the day...



For today's lesson, we are going to continue with the Fractions topic and today you are going to be focusing on finding equivalent fractions. 

Please click on the link below to take you to the learning page. Remember to do all the quizzes, watch the video and complete the worksheet below...



Take 15 minutes to have a break, snack and some fresh air before you continue the rest of your work for this morning!




For today's lesson, we are going to be continuing with the writing topic called 'The stone trolls'. Please click on the link below to read the text and complete the worksheet about your opinion and a reading quiz. 

There is also an audio format if you would like to hear that too. 

The Stone Trolls Text and Worksheets


In today's lesson you are going to be reading a text all about our theme for the week 'Prehistoric Britain'. 

Today's text is called 'How to wash a wooly mammoth'. 

Please click on the text below and then answer the questions using the second link.


Well done, half way through the day! Grab some food, have a break and get some fresh air before this afternoon's lessons.


Collective Worship 

Click on the link below to take you to today's collective worship slide. Please use this time to reflect.


Stay up to date on the news in the world and read the news article below and answer the comprehension questions using the link...

Big Maths

Today we are going to be taking our big maths' tests because tomorrow is Screen Free day so please complete your Big Maths on the website. If for some reason you cannot access the website then please complete your paper copies below...

*Jaya you have now moved up a learn it, well done! Please complete learn its 8,9,10 today. 



It is also time for our spelling test so please go onto J2Blast and complete the spellings for this week. It is under the shared file named 'Yr3 Week 6 'ch' '. 

Riley, Rory, Mikey, Sophia, Logan, Olly - you are group B so please find your spellings on the shared page under the name 'Yr3 Group B'. 


In today's history lesson, you are going to be looking at the similarities and differences between the different stone age periods. 

Please find the link to the page below, make sure to complete the quizzes and watch the video and then please complete the deeper learning task. 


Deeper Learning Task (must be completed)

 The different eras of the stone age; Palaeolithic Era, Mesolithic Era and Neolithic Era were all the same. Do you agree?


Make sure to write in paragraphs and in detail to show off everything you have learnt from the lesson. This is a debate question so you can give points for agreeing and disagreeing with the statement. 


After a favour...

Mr Carroll has set up a survey for you to complete. This needs to be completed by Monday 15th February. 

Please click on the link below to take you to the survey...

5HP for everyone who completes it. This would be a great help to us. 

Thank you!



Tomorrow is Screen Free Friday. This is a day when you will complete some activities that do not include a screen. This means that there will not be any work on the class page for you to complete and it also means that you do not have to go onto your computer or laptop to register tomorrow, we know you will be completing the work. 


What can I do on screen free Friday?

Well, you can do anything that doesn't involve a screen so this could be dancing, singing, baking, playing outdoors doing some PE, painting, drawing and so on. Have a look at the links below to give you some ideas!

Screen Free Friday Activity list

WAIT! Before you log off for the day, make sure to upload your wonderful work to the blog for me to see...

Time to relax...

Sit back, put your feet up, get cosy and relax to the next chapter of 'The boy who grew dragons'.

The Boy Who Grew Dragons Readalong - Chapter 6

The Boy Who Grew Dragons is a delightful debut novel from author Andy Shepherd, illustrated by Sara Ogilvie, and published by Piccadilly Press.Shortlisted fo...

Extra Activities

To continue to practice on your skills, have a go on some of the apps. Follow the link below to tell you more...

Now it is time to log off! 

Well done for another amazing day of home learning, keep up the great work and enjoy your evening!