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Year 3

Welcome to Year 3!

A big, smiley smiley, "hello!" from all of the Year 3 team! We hope all of the learning tasks are going well at home. If you have any questions about work whilst the school is closed, please email and Miss Conrad will be in touch to answer your question.


Wishing you all a Happy Easter! It feels a little strange for us too because we are still coming in to school to teach the children that we have here! However, it is important over the next couple of weeks that you do try and have a little rest and spend some time with your families to celebrate Easter.


We have also uploaded some Easter activities for you just in case you would like to complete them!


Thank you so much to those of you that have been sending in your lovely work!


Remember, we love seeing photos of everything you've been up to so please do email us pictures of your work, it puts a smile on our faces!

Easter Holiday activities


We appreciate that the Easter Holidays look and feel very different this year and we realise that some of you have got into a brilliant routine of doing some school work. In case you would like to continue with this, we have uploaded some activities that you could complete over the next two weeks. School work will be uploaded as usual for the start of the Summer term on Monday 20th April.


  • Listen to David Walliams’s free audiobook (see link at the bottom of the page).
  • Oti Mabuse is doing live dance lessons for children during the school day which you could take part in (see link at the bottom of the page).
  • Work out the quickest way to melt an ice block.
  • Make chocolate dipped fruit. Investigate how liquids and solids respond to changes in temperature.
  • In the morning, go outside and draw around the outline of a shadow. Go back every few hours and repeat. What’s happened to the shadow and why?
  • Research how plastic is recycled. Focus on the melting of plastic. What can you find out?
  • Melt some old crayons and make new colours. You could use ice trays as moulds.
  • All the children in Miss Conrad's class know her favourite ‘board’ game is Cluedo. What’s your favourite? Can you play a board game or card game with your sibling(s) or parents?
  • Hard boil an egg and decorate the shell.
  • Find out why we have easter eggs?
  •  Make a glowing bouncy egg -
  • Create an easter card and send it to someone you’re not able to see.
  • Make an easter hunt for someone in your family.
  • Bake some delicious easter cakes.
  • Do an egg and spoon race.
  •  Can you plant some flowers or fruit or vegetables?
  • Play a game of guess the food/drink/jelly bean flavour.
  • Create a piece of music 
  • Complete the Easter Lego challenge (attached below).
  • Create a bird feeder (attached below).
  • Make some Easter origami (attached below).

Week 2 Learning


Below you will find the learning tasks for Week 2. These involve a daily English and Maths task, a Roman topic activity that could be completed over a few days because it involves some building! There are also some Science activities that we hope you have fun with.  


Week 1 Learning


This week we would live you to write a persuasive leaflet inviting people to Fishbourne Roman palace. You also have a daily Maths investigation and some foundation curriculum lessons. 



When you have completed your reading book, you can complete your AR quiz from home!


If you have books at home and want to check they are on the AR system you can use this website:


It is important to keep on reading, especially to an adult 3-4 times a week (keep a record of this in your reading diary).


We would like you to continue with your Times Table Rock Star ( work and also your Sumdog ( work that you have been given a log in for. If you do not have your login information please email and Miss Conrad will get back to you with it.


You can also follow the weekly tutorials and tasks set on the White Rose website in the Year 3 section. These will be updated weekly. 







Spellings are very important to us and we have been working very hard on them at school by introducing a new system. This award-winning website have also allowed free access to their app during this time. We would greatly appreciate some feedback with this as it could be an app that we have as a school in the future.



Health and fitness activities:


If you fancy moving around or want to get active why not give one of these links a go!

Help your parents out!


Give your people at home some support around the house! 

Other free useful and FUN websites or activities 

This website is a great boredom buster with lots of different ideas of activities that you can do at home whilst still learning!


Wildlife with Steve Backshall on Facebook

Everyday at 9.30am for answering all your wildlife, biology, conservation, geography and exploration questions. 


Science with Maddie Moate on Youtube

Weekdays 11am, Maddie and Greg chat about Science and nature.


Dance with Oti Mabuse on Facebook

Everyday at 11.30am but children can view the class at any time. 


Maths with Carol Voderman

Twice a week. Can view at any time. 


Storytime with David Walliams 

Free story everyday at 11am on his website. 


Fancy a sing-along?

Wayne Barrow has a Youtube full of all your favourite songs for you to sing-along to! 







Postive Postcards


If you have some spare time, have a go at creating a positive postcard to post to somebody. Perhaps a family member that is having to stay indoors? Or an elderly neighbour that might need some help with their groceries? You could write them a nice message, write a joke or create a crossword or wordsearch for them to complete. We'd love to see some of them so feel free to send a picture of them to the above email address.