Week 2

07 January 2021

Welcome to the home learning for Week 2!

Important information

Zoom calls are at 9.00 and 2.15. The link will be posted 10 minutes before and a text will be sent out. Please come to both zooms or let the teacher know if you can't come one day so we can record this on our register. 

Please send your work and any questions into This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. we love seeing it! 




Today we will be having an EARLIER zoom call at 8.45 because celebration assembly will be at 9.15. You will be able to log on with your families to watch and see who the home learning superkid is!

The zoom call this afternoon will be at the same time, 2.15.

Thanks to those of you who could join us at assembly! There were a few technical issues which will hopefully be sorted out next week so it will go a bit smoother! The Year 3 Superkids for this week were:

Andy and Rizan 

Well done you two! 



Today you are going to look at how many different combinations you can make of things.

Can you watch the video and then click here for your sheet.

Spr3.3.4 - How many ways? from White Rose Maths on Vimeo.



Today I would like you to write a conversation with speech marks between Arthur and Thor after Thor has just tied up Fenrir.

Remember all your speech rules! Click here for your sheet.



Today would be golden time at school so this afternoon we will do a longer zoom call and do breakout rooms. You will also get to see the children who have been at school! Before we do our zoom call can you read a book on Bug Club? Well done to those of you who did it yesterday – you got 10 house points each! Here is what the house points are looking like at the moment…


I have had such a lovely week with you – you are all doing such a fantastic job and I am so so proud of you all!   

Next week Miss Mahmood will be doing the home learning so I hope you have a lovely weekend and I’ll look forward to seeing you when you come to get your Chromebooks. Keep up the great work!



Thursday's answers

Maths - click here.




Before you start your learning for today... I've taken a close up picture of something in my house - can you guess what it is?

Clue: I got it out when I was hungry.

You can tell me in the comment section below - 10 house points to those who guess correctly! 

 You made some fantastic guesses. It was a pepper! Well done Jamal - 10 house points! 



Today we are going to look at things being certain times bigger or smaller than other things. Click here for your sheet.


Today I would like you to listen to my story called The Dragon Machine and then read a book on Bug Club. You can comment below what book you read and whether you enjoyed it! Your parent should have received a text with your Bug Club username and new password on Tuesday. If they didn’t let me know!


Today would normally be your P.E. day so can you do some Minecraft yoga?



Wednesday's answers

Maths - click here 

Enquiry - click here   




Good morning superstars!  

I hope you are ready for another day of learning! To get your brains warmed up... What numbers can you see? Let me know in the comments below! 


How many numbers did you see...?



Today we are going to look at dividing with remainders. Click here for the sheet. Make sure you follow my method.



Can you use the pictures to write fronted adverbials showing time and place? Click here for your sheet. There is a word bank of the second sheet if you need some ideas.  



Over 2000 years ago Britain was ruled by Romans. By 410AD the Romans had left Britain to go and protect Italy as it was under attack.

People from Germany, Denmark and the Netherlands came over to England and together they became know as the Anglo-Saxons. They lived in England for the next 600 years along with the Vikings.

Can you read, watch the video and do the activities on this website and then answer the questions below.



  1. Can you tell me a word that came from the Anglo-Saxons?
  2. What jobs did Anglo-Saxon girls do?
  3. What jobs did Anglo-Saxon boys do?
  4. What did Anglo-Saxons eat?
  5. What were Anglo-Saxon combs made from?
  6. Would you like to be an Anglo-Saxon? Why/why not?



Tuesday's answers

Click here for maths answers



Good morning Year 3s! 

I am so proud of all the learning you did yesterday...

While you are waiting... can you spot which animal is hiding in this photo!? 10 house points to those of you who guess correctly! 


Did you see the big cat? It is called a caracal. Well done Faith, Shay, Issa, Mohamed Abdi and Samuel who all spotted a big cat! 10 house points!



 Today we are going to continue looking at dividing. Make sure you are solving it using the method I have shown you. Click here for your sheet. 



 Today you are going to write a retell of when Arthur climbed the world tree but in the first person. Watch the video of Arthur and the Golden Rope up to this point in the story and then click here for your sheet.



 This afternoon I have some spelling for you! 

We are going to look at words that are spelt with ‘ou’ that sounds like ‘u’ like young, touch, enough.

Can you play the game Against the Clock to help you learn your spelling words for this week? Let us know how many words you spell before the time runs out. 10 house point for the 3 children who spell the most words in time – just email us to let us know how many you did! 


 You can also have a go at the word search game. Make sure you click play as a single player.



Monday's answers

Click here for maths answers

Click here for English answers 

Click here for enquiry answers



Good morning Year 3s!

Miss Ellison-Smith will be doing the learning online this week and I am so excited to see you all this morning on zoom at 9.00!

To wake up your brains this morning can you find the animal in this photo? 10 house points to the first person who comments on the blog or emails the correct animal! 

Did you spot the wolf....?



 Today we are going to continue looking at dividing! Click here for your sheet. 



 Today we are going to look at the prefixes -mis and -dis. Prefix add onto the front of words to change their meaning. Click here for your sheet.



 Today you are going to look at historical sources. There are 2 sheets - the first page is to remind you about what primary and secondary sources are and the second page is your activity. Click here for your sheet.


Extra activities if you would like... 


Draw with Bob - http://www.robbiddulph.com/draw-with-rob

Make a gingerbread house - https://www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/simple-gingerbread-house

Wooden spoon puppets - https://www.activityvillage.co.uk/wooden-spoon-crafts

Planets - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9oNmSK5jq_c&safe=active

Paper water balloon - https://web-japan.org/kidsweb/virtual/origami2/exploring01_04.html

Crisp packet keyring - http://www.planet-science.com/categories/experiments/chemistry-chaos/2012/01/shrink-a-crisp-packet.aspx

4 and 8 times tables - 



Make your own Viking helmet - http://downloads.bbc.co.uk/history/handsonhistory/vikings_helmet.pdf

Play Go Jetters Hero Academy - https://www.bbc.co.uk/cbeebies/games/go-jetters-hero-academy





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