Summer Term Home Schooling

Monday 13th July

Spanish - In this lesson you can recap the alphabet and numbers whilst looking at how to describe the weather. To find the lesson CLICK HERE

PSHE- Use the wellbeing resources from previous weeks. 


Tuesday 14th July

Music - BBC TenPieces. Click here. 

RE - Use the CAFOD resources attached to the files to download. 


Wednesday 15th July

PE- Learn how we move in BBC Biteszie's PE lesson. CLICK HERE 

Science- Delve into the world of Cricket in BBC Bitesize's how can Science be found in sport. CLICK HERE

Thursday 16th July

PE - BBC Complete one of: Joe Wicks, Cosmic Yoga or a PE activity from the activity list on the class page. 

You could us this afternoon to create your at home sports day. Some ideas for activities: egg and spoon race, sack race with a pillow case, obstacle course made with items at home or races around the garden. If you don't have anyone to race with, try to beat your own time the next attempt.

Friday 17th July

Friday Treat-  After all your hard work during this time, treat yourself to an afternoon of golden time! Have a cosy film afternoon, or a craft day or a long play time! Enjoy yourselves.

Monday 6th July

History- Task 1 - Ancient Egyptian Houses. Take a look at the PowerPoint describing Ancient Egyptian houses and/or conduct research of your own to find what their houses were like. Label any key facts on the Egyptian house labelling sheet. When you are done, think back to the houses of the stone, age, bronze age and iron age, are they similar or different? Why do you think this?

Task 2 - Use the making a pyramid sheet. If you have any cubes, blocks or Lego, this may help support the building and counting of blocks to make a pyramid.

PSHE- Use the wellbeing resources from previous weeks. 

 Tuesday 30th June

Art- Use this link to go to a lesson about Pop Art.  Click here.  

Spanish - Have a go at describing the weather. Click here. 

Wednesday 1st July

Drama- Try interpreting characters through drama.  Click here.  

RE - Use the CAFOD resources attached to the files to download. 

Thursday 2nd July

Geography- TBC

Music - BBC TenPieces. Click here. 

Friday 3rd July

Science- TBC

PE - BBC Complete one of: Joe Wicks, Cosmic Yoga or a PE activity from the activity list on the class page. 

Week commencing 29th June


St Helens Music Service are offering some free resources. Follow these two links to find out more:

Link 1    Link 2

Monday 29th June

History- Task 1 - Use the sheet attached to the files to download to help you carry out research about Egyptian Gods. Details are on the sheet. 

Task 2 -Following the videos and information that we have sourced over the last few weeks. I would like you to research the gods and the organs that are contained in the canopic jars and buried with the Pharoah’s. You might want to use these two links to help you: Link1     Link 2

 Tuesday 30th June

Science- Have a go at this lesson about light.  Click here.  

Spanish - Have a go at learning the alphabet and numbers in Spanish? Click here. 

Wednesday 1st July

Science- Where do colours come from?  Click here.  

RE - Use the CAFOD resources attached to the files to download. 

Thursday 2nd July

Geography- Oceans  Click here.  

Music - BBC TenPieces. Click here. 

Friday 3rd July

DT- Material properties.  Click here.  

PE - BBC Complete one of: Joe Wicks, Cosmic Yoga or a PE activity from the activity list on the class page. 

Week commencing 22nd June

Monday 22nd June

History- We are going to continue looking at mummification this week. Watch this video about why they mummified the dead. Then look at this page to see if you can see any resemblance to some of the gods which the Egyptians believed in. 

Note: You will need to gather up these things for the history lesson on Thursday:

salt (enough to seal a sealable box), orange, spoon, knife for adult use, kitchen roll, an airtight sealable box, bowl. In 3 weeks time you will also need bandages, tape and kitchen roll. 

French - do you know how to talk about your family and your hobbies in French? Click here to find out. 

Tuesday 23rd June

Geography- What is the difference between weather and climate. Follow this link to find out. 

RE - access the Cafod resources in the files to download below. 

Wednesday 24th June

Science- A fun lesson for you for today, can you create a marble run?  Click here for the BBC Bitesize lesson.  

Computing  - What are viruses and malware? Click here for the BBC Bitesize lesson.  


Thursday 25th June

History- Can you mummify an orange? You need the items mentioned on Monday, hopefully you have remembered to gather them up.  Follow this link to a video tutorial.  You could also have a go at mummifying an apple instead by clicking here. 

Music  - BBC Ten Pieces at Home? Click here to access the lesson.  

Friday 26th June

PE - You can complete a Joe Wicks workout, a Cosmic Yoga or choose one of the PE activities from the activity list on our class page. 

Friday 19th June

Art- Following our work on mummification, we have learnt that mummies have a mask of their face. I would like you to draw a self-portrait that you could use for a mask of yourself. Firstly watch this video about drawing a face. If you have other resources available like a balloon, newspaper and PVA glue, you could build a papier-mâché mask and paint it in a design of your choice. OR watch this video tutorial with other resources that you would need to build a mask. 

PE - you have a choice today. You can complete a Joe Wicks workout, a Cosmic Yoga or choose one of the PE activities from the activity list on our class page. 

Thursday 18th June


Like we learnt with Mr Burrows in class, we are going to explore the pulse. Can you clap along to the puls of the music. To find the lesson CLICK HERE

Design and Technology

Do you think you have what it takes to design a product fit for purpose? Take a look at how new products are created and see if you can improve a product of your own that you can find at home. To find the lesson CLICK HERE


Wednesday 17th June


Today's BBC Bitesize lesson is all about volcanoes and how they erupt. You may recognise some information we looked at in school or earlier in our home learning sessions, to find the lesson CLICK HERE

Don't forget if you scroll to the uploade files on the Wellbeing page, you will find the weekly Barnardo's resources as well as any other material that might be useful to look at.


The Archdiocese of Liverpool have provided home learning activities which can be complete with your child based upon the latest RE topic. You can access the activities appropriate for your child by clicking here or in the files to download below.

Tuesday 16th June

History - learn all about how mummies are made by using this website to follow the steps of mummification. Once you have looked at that website, have a go at making your own mummy by writing a set of instructions to mummify an orange.  You can find that lesson by clicking here.

Music - continue with the BBC Ten Pieces by clicking here.

Monday 15th June

MFL - watch the video from BBC Supermovers which will teach you all about French greetings. You can find it by clicking here.

Friday 12th June

ART- Sculpture

Today's art lesson explores sculptures and how you can make them at home. The BBC Bitesize lesson does have a list of resources you will need, if you don't have any of these I have attached a way of making playdough which you could use to sculpt something inspired by the lesson or something of choice. Click here to access the lesson CLICK HERE.



This week: activities on the theme of Corpus Christi, food and bread around the world. Follow the resources that have been uploaded and once you have finished your task, there are some colouring sheets to use. Or you could draw a picture of your own representing what you have learnt.

  • Project Ideas Corpus Christi
  • Focus on Food Activities
  • Reflection Activities
  • Colouring or Drawing

Thursday 11th June


We are going to continue our exploration of Ancient Egypt with the help of BBC Bitesize and some videos. 

To star twe have a video to explore what happened to Ancient Egypt, through BBC Bitesize CLICK HERE to find the first video and the activity below it.

Now we know that Pharoah's ruled Ancient Egypt lets have a look at some famous Pharoah's.

Tutankhamun- Watch this BBC Bitesize video offering information about Tutankhamun CLICK HERE

What do you think was happening at the end of the video? Who were those people? What could they see? Where do you think they were?

If you want to answer these questions take a look at the 'Tutankhamun Facts' resource that I have uploaded.

There are other famous Pharaohs like the ones mentioned in the 'Pharaohs Facts' resource.

Cleopatra has been mentioned twice in resources that we have looked at. Lets look at how horrible histories imagined Cleopatra... CLICK HERE to see the video.

ACTIVITY- What I would like you do do, is to create a timeline of Pharaoh's (on a blank piece of paper draw a line straight across and place them in chronological order). Once you have placed the years and names where they belong on your timeline, try to write two or three facts about each of the Pharaoh's in a box like we did when we completed our Roman's Timeline in school. 

You could create a timeline similar to Cindy's example below with a picture that you think represents the Pharaoh with your facts underneath (you will not be able to write all of the years across the timeline). I have added a Florence Nightinglae timeline which may also help you visually to create yours.



Wednesday 10th June


We are going to be looking at forces and magnets in our Science lessons. To start with we are going to look at friction, CLICK HERE to access the lesson to learn more about the force friction.


Watch Pixie Lott as she explores romance and revenge in Bernstein's Cuban-inspired piece Mambo from West Side Story. Learn Cuban rhythms, create a kitchen percussion section and perform along. To join in the performanc, CLICK HERE.


Tuesday 9th June


Today we can learn about different types of biomes including rainforest, desert, savannah, woodland, grassland and tundra. To access the lesson from BBC Bitesize CLICK HERE.

Once you have done this activity you could choose a biome and create a picture of what it looks like including the key information you have found out. Label the picture and add animals in that you would find in this biome.


Monday 8th June

Design and Technology

Can you design and create a boat that floats on water? In today's BBC lesson, you can look at iterative design to help you create, build, test and evaluate your product. I would love you to take some pictures of the process and we can share the finished product designs in school. To find the lesson CLICK HERE.


Don't forget to keep your bodies working trying to have at least an hour of exercise a day! A Joe wicks workout, cosmic yoga, some dancing, a walk, an obstacle course or a run with a family member if you are feeling energised. You could use some chalk to create your own obstacle course like the ones below, or draw a hopscotch ladder to use when you're having a break. Keep your bodies and your minds busy!

Friday 5th June

We have a very creative and art-based section of lessons today. We usually have Art with Miss Frishwick on a Friday, see if you can learn some new skills and wow us in our next art lessons!

ART- Optical illusions and shadow to show form

I've chosen an ART lesson I think you will enjoy. CLICK HERE to access the lesson to learn about optical illusions and using shadows in you artwork.

Music- Illustration inspired by Stravinsky's 'The Firebird'

This is the second of the two music lessons.Watch Claudia Winkelman as she discovers the magical story that inspired Stravinsky’s soaring music. This is the top lesson, if you CLICK HERE you will find it.


Thursday 4th June


The ten pieces didn't stop last week so there are two lessons to look at this week, but don't worry we will split them over today and tomorrow. The first BBC's tenpieces is based around Anna Clyne's stormy Night Ferry. This is not the top lesson, if you CLICK HEREit is the second lesson down.


If you haven't already looked, I posted a link to some french resources like the numbers that we have been exploring in class. BBC Bitesize have released a lesson where you will learn how to talk about the clothes you wear and the food you eat. If you would like to access this lesson, CLICK HERE



Wednesday 3rd June


Following on from yesterdays Geography lesson about climate, we are going to be looking at plants in different climates. To find the lesson on how plants adapt to different envirtonments CLICK HERE

If you scroll to the uploade files on the Wellbeing page, you will find the weekly Barnardo's resources as well as any other material that might be useful to look at. I have uploaded some mindful colouring to help on this dull day to help you relax if you are stuck inside. You could find some nice, calming music like we do in class and have as much time as you like, looking at the resources or colouring. 

Tuesday 2nd June

What a glorious week we have had for our half term, I hope you had the chance to safely enjoy the sunshine and get as much fresh air as you could! Remember what we learnt in out light topic? Sunshine is known to make people happier! So I hope that it has brought you and your families some happiness. After yestreday being an inset day, your work will now begin to be posted again daily. Make sure you attempt as much as possible, especially the Maths and English resources to keep your brains engaged.


Don't forget to keep your bodies working trying to have at least an hour of exercise a day! A Joe wicks workout, cosmic yoga, some dancing, a walk, an obstacle course or a run with a family member if you are feeling energised. Keep your bodies and your minds busy!


Have you ever wondered why some places are hot and sunny whilst other places in the world are wet and windy? Sue Venir is exploring differences in climate and weather, if you want to join her exploration CLICK HERE


Friday 22nd May


If you're missing our French lessons, which are usually on a Monday, take a look at the BBC Bitesize resources. You may recognise a lot of the work in Numbers and All About me that we have learnt about in school. There are lots of other topics to look at too, once you have refreshed your knowledge of our learnt topics.
To explore the French topics on BBC Bitesize CLICK HERE


Thursday 21st May

Computing- How do the internet and search engines work?

Have you ever wondered how the internet works? Or how search engines like google work to find what we want them to in a matter of seconds? If you're curious to learn more CLICK HERE to access the BBC Bitesize Computing lesson to help answer these questions.


This summer, like never before, we are called to be signs of hope for our world.

"All it takes is one good person to restore hope." - Pope Francis.

You and your family are invited to be part of a Summer of Hope to ensure clean water and food reaches some of the poorest families in the world during this global emergency.

Recreate at home the events you will miss this summer and have fun transforming them into a sign of hope through raising money for CAFOD’s Coronavirus Appeal.

  • School sports day cancelled? Hold one in your back garden!
  • Summer fayre postponed? Play ‘guess the sweets in the jar’ or ‘treasure hunt’ online!
  • Missing out on a summer BBQ? Get together on Zoom and share your cooking tips!

CLICK HERE to learn more and see how you can organise a Summer of Hope.


Wednesday 20th May

ART- How can we use texture to make drawings more interesting?
Following on from last weeks Art lesson, Mrs Cara explores how we can use textures in our own drawings, to access the lesson CLICK HERE.


This weeks Ten Pieces at Home explores dramatic music that you might recognise from tv or films. Become a mythical warrior and practice your acting skills with a drama workshop inspired by Ride of the Valkyries from Wilhelm Richard Wagner’s opera Die Walküre. To get involved in this lesson CLICK HERE.


Tuesday 19th May


To follow the Oak Academy Science lessons for our Plants topic CLICK HERE This lesson is all about how a plant transports water! It would be great for you to explain this in your own words or way through a diagram (don't forget to label as much information as you can).


Monday 18th May


I have uploaded a PowerPoint all about the Pyramids for you to take a look at to learn more about the Egyptians. I would like you to be a detective and pick out the facts that you think are most important, or most interesting. When you have done this, you can use this information to creat a poster or fact file all about the Pyramids. If you choose to draw one remember they are 65 metre tall, thats around 65 times bigger that you.
To take a tour of the Pyramids of Giza, which still stand today, CLICK HERE

First Aid

The British Red Cross are offering free online first aid training for primary children age 5-11. If you would like to look into this useful skill CLICK HERE


Friday 15th May


If you're interested in learning more about the Egyptians, take a look at the 'Egyptian Daily Life PowerPoint'.
GAME TIME: you will need some paper and a partner to play the 'Beat the Teacher' game at the start of the PowerPoint using the River Nile Fact Sheet.

If you cannot see the pictures well in the time frame I have attached them in the resources as 'Scenes of Daily Life Egyptian Picture Pack'. Along with this is a 'Activity Sheet Talking Frame' for you to discuss the pictures and use this for the similarities and differences activity near to the end of the PowerPoint. Take note of your ideas for similarities and differences to modern life in you exercise book.


Thursday 14th May

Design and Technology

Today, the BBC daily lessons are exploring making 3D models at home. I would love to see your ideas and creations, keep these or remember to tell me about them when we are back together! To follow this practical lesson CLICK HERE


Don't forget to look after yourself physically and mentally, it is hard to learn when you are unsettled or worrying. Make sure you talk to the people around you, they can help you overcome any worries and support you. New resources are uploaded each week, to look at them go to the 'Health and Emotional Wellbeing' tab towards the right on the home page. I can't wait to see you're smiley faces, so keep yourself happy with things that you like to do.


Wednesday 13th May

You should have a lesson or some work to finish off from Science yesterday, take some time to complete that work today.

ART- Texture Treasure Hunt

I know that you have explored texture of art when using different ways of drawing lines and shading with Miss. Fishwick. Mrs. Cara has a fun filled ART lesson for you to follow if you CLICK HERE.


Tuesday 12th May


Last week you explored what a plant needs to grow and the parts of a plant. This week you are going to investigate the life cycle of a plant.

Lesson 1- What are the parts and functions of a flower?
This week we are going to be using Oak Academy online learning for Science, the first lesson explores the parts of a flower in more detail, to understand how they work CLICK HERE

Lesson 2- Life Cycle of a plant.
We had a look at this last week, let's see what else we can find out about the life cycle of a plant. For the lesson CLICK HERE

Monday 11th May

I hope that you all had a lovely and safe bank holiday weekend. We had a celebration in school baking shortbread and cookies. I wonder if any of you have taken up something like baking while you are at home? There are lots of new things that you can try doing at home, I can't wait to hear how creative you got.


To provide a similar sense of routine based learning as school, I have attached a timetable which would replicate the timings of the school day with some lessons moved to account for P.E. each morning. This may be something that you want to use as structure for your learning, but I ask you to please ensure you are attempting the English and Maths resources uploaded onto their tabs at the top of the homepage.


This week on BBC's tenpieces we can learn to sing a famous song from Finland without singing any words, sound interesting? click here


Thursday 7th May

History- Egyptians

Warm up: Take a look at the Ancient Egyptian writing, you will see that it is very different to our writing. Can you crack the code to find the meaning? Challenge: Can you write your name or a message to someone you live with?


An artefact is something made by a human from the past that tells us something about how they lived. These Egyptian artefacts are from a similar time as the iron age- the roman empire which we have already learnt about.

Using the Egyptian Artefact pictures, I would like you to write down all of your ideas of what these artefacts are and what they could be used for. If you can, include why they needed them and if we still have them today. I would use a spider diagram to arrange my ideas, you can lay it out however you feel is the best for you. 
Once you have done this look at the artefact sheet, complete the activity by asking questions that you would like to find out the answers to. Challenge: Can you imagine the artefacts are alive (and can speak), what questions do you think they might ask you?

Computing- How do we get computers to do what we want?

BBC Bitesize Computing lesson today follows a topic we started in school. Look at the videos and have a go at the activities below, especially 'Crack the code'.


Wednesday 6th May

Click on the 'Home Learning English' tab to find out more about today's English lesson.

Don't forget about the BBC ten pieces lessons, this weeks lesson: Draw a portrait and write a musical memory...

Remember, Joe Wicks daily workouts are live at 9am or you can choose a dance or expercise activity from the main class page P.E. resources file. The Joe Wicks workouts are saved for use at a different time or on a different day, follow the link to find his videos:
You should be aiming for at least an hour of exercise a day to stay well and stay healthy. 


Monday 4th May


Last week you explored what a plant needs to grow and the parts of a plant. This week you are going to investigate the life cycle of a plant.

Lesson 1- Follow the link to find a video explaining the life cycle of a plant.
After you have watched the video, can you order the growth of a strawberry plant? Once you have done this, your challenge is to match the key vocabulary from the video to the definition that it explains. You can use the Sunflower lifecycle poster to help you with the order.

Lesson 2- In this lesson I want you to draw your own poster for the life cycle of a plant, using the vocabulary from last lesson. On the poster I would like you to write your own definition for the stages of a plants lifecycle.
Use the video from the last lesson to help you.
If you need more help, look at the Sunflower lifecycle or even the definitions that you paired in the previous lesson.



Home Schooling - Monday 20th April- Friday 1st May


White Rose Maths have provided some lessons for year 3 fraction work, which would have been one of our first summer term topics:
Each lesson has a video tutorial and some activities to complete. For some lessons I have added an extra resource that will help with this knowledge.Work your way through the tab called Week 1- This week starts with Lesson 1 - Unit and non-unit fractions. Please ensure you watch the video before attempting the activity. Take a look through the Fractions problems that I have attached and attempt one that you think you can complete based on your lesson.

Lesson 1- Unit and Non-Unit Fractions Before you start the video, I have attached two files called, 'read and colour fractions' which is similar to work from Year 2 to warm up your braisn for fractions.
Watch the video and complete the activity on the website before attempting 'colour and label the fractions' and 'write the fractions' activities in the files.
For any extra help on this topic- use the BBC bitesize video here:

Lesson 2- Making the whole
Watch the video and complete the activity on the website.

Lesson 3- Tenths
Watch the video and complete the activity on the website.

Lesson 4- Count in Tenths
Watch the video and complete the activity on the website before attempting the 'counting up and down in tenths' resource.

Lesson 5-Tenths as Decimals
Watch the video and complete the activity on the website.



For English I have uploaded an Easter based work booklet for you to work through.


I have attached some SPaG resources to also work through.

Lesson 1- alphabetising animals. We have been using dictionaries in English recently to find words using the first three letters and using our knowledge of the alphabet to help us. This is a good warm up activitiy and has a few versions on it which can be used at any time as a 5-minute brain workout task.
Lesson 2- Emma's journey- this resource is to become more familiar with subrodinating conjunctions, where you must find the best conjunction for each sentence.
Lesson 3- Using the Subordinating Conjunctions mat, can you create 3 or 4 sentences using subordinating conjunctions like Lesson 2.

Lesson 4- Have a go at completing the Spring Mat 1. We will be using these each at least once a week to refresh what we already know and to build on our SPaG knowledge.

I will be uploading resources through the week for other subject lessons, in the meantime, the BBC bitesize  are providing daily lessons I would take a look at their History Lesson for today to understand what those lessons will be like.

Home Schooling - Wednesday 22nd April


Purple Mash

You will need to get your parents to create an account.  When they have completed the log in details, they will need to activate their account by checking their emails and following the link.

Once you are logged in, there are a number of activities that you can do.  I have been looking in particular at the reading books available.  If you click on ‘Serial Mash’ you will be taken to an online library of books. On the right, you will see the following options for books at different age ranges. If you find a set too hard, read one from the lower set and build yourself up.  There are also little quizzes and activities to go with each chapter!
Diamonds: Age 5-7
Emeralds: Age 7-9
Sapphires: Age 9-11

Read Theory

This appears to be an American site, but is quite easy to use.  Your parents will need to set it up with an email address.  Once you have taken the first ‘quiz’ (which takes between 10 and 20 minutes) you can practise your reading skills by reading a short text and then answering some questions about it.  You can check your progress using the little graph icon in the top left hand corner of the screen.

Free ebooks

Oxford Owl – this is a great website with quite a few ebooks that you can read for free. An adult will need to register with an email and activate the account.  After that, it is easy to use and even has an audio button so that you can listen to the page being read to you – a great way to check that you have read the words correctly!

Amazon – search for free ebooks for children and you will find a number of books that you can download including classics like The Wind in the Willows, cheeky reads like the Barry Loser series and factual books.

Computing- Online Safety
This Summer Term, we are due to start our E-Safety topic. I have uploaded two resources to complete based on online usage (Online Chatter and Always Kind Online), here is a link to follow with resources for online safety:


In these uncertain times it is important that we look after ourselves. You may have seen a new link on our school website home page where you and your parents can find a link to the Barnardo's PATHS programme. Remember that we need to look after our emotional well-being as well as physical. Try to do things that make you happy, spend time with your family, getting some fresh air or exercise daily. Try not to worry, especially about school work, do as much as you can whilst maintaining a routine that suits you (possibly with lots of breaks and activities in between). 
If you scroll to the uploade files on the Wellbeing page, you will find the weekly Barnardo's resources as well as any other material that might be useful to look at.

Home Schooling - Thursday 23rd April


Don't forget to keep an eye on the BBC daily lessons- have a look at today's music lesson on the link:

Reading Comprehension

Further to the book list I uploaded yesterday, here you can find links to online reading lessons for free. You can practice the skills that we have been working on in school.

Fact retrieval lesson-

Word meaning lesson:

Home Schooling - Friday 24th April

Good afternoon Year 3! We have had a lovely morning in school creating kites! This is a great activity for you to try if you have resources. Keep yourself busy and be creative where you can!

Your new Mathletics fractions work is live at 3pm due Friday 1st May at 3pm! Make sure you have completed the White Rose Maths lessons before you complete these Mathletic activities.

I hope you are enjoying yourselves and keeping well.

We miss you all! Have a lovely weekend.

Home Schooling - Monday 27th April

Good morning and welcome to our second week of home learning for the spring term. With the weather taking a turn for the worst, this is your time to make use of the 100 things to do inside resource on our main class page to give you ideas and keep you busy.


Once again, you will find the videos and activities for this weeks fractions lessons on:

Lesson 1- Fractions on a number line
Watch the video and complete the activity on the website.
Lesson 2- Fractions of a set of objects (1)
Watch the video and complete the activity on the website.
Lesson 3- Fractions of a set of objects (2)
Watch the video and complete the activity on the website.
Lesson 4- Fractions of a set of objects (3)
Watch the video and complete the activity on the website before attempting the ‘stained glass' resource.
Lesson 5- Equivalent Fractions (1)
Watch the video and complete the activity on the website before attempting the ‘equivalent fractions’ resource (please be away that Monday’s session will follow on from this and the extra resource can be finished then).

If you have completed the Easter English activity booklet, I have attached a Summer English Activity pack for you to work your way through.

Reading Comprehension
If you go onto the BBC bitesize resources for year 3 you will find a reading lesson from Friday 24th April: Reading lesson: Please Mrs Butler by Allan Ahlberg. Please complete this at some point this week.

I have attached some SPaG resources to also work through.

Lesson 1- Sam’s Evening- this resource is similar to last weeks ‘Emma’s Journey’, to become more familiar with subordinating conjunctions and finding the best conjunction for each sentence.
Lesson 2- Apostrophe for contraction- this is when an apostrophe is used to show that two words have been contracted to form one e.g. have not = haven’t.  I have attached a quiz and three worksheet resources that can be completed in your exercise books, have a go at one or two of the worksheets and complete the quiz.
Lesson 3- Possessive Apostrophe- this is when an apostrophe is used to show that something belongs to someone e.g. Lucy’s new bike sines in the sunlight. I have attached a PowerPoint for you to read through and see more examples of the possessive apostrophe before completing a series of worksheets that become progressively more difficult.
Lesson 4- Can you write three sentences with apostrophes for contraction and three sentences showing a possessive apostrophe.
Lesson 5- Have a go at completing the next SPaG learning mat Spring Mat 2.


Home Schooling - Wednesday 29th April

Don't let the weather get you down, remember:
"It takes sunshine and rain to make a rainbow. There would be no rainbows without sunshine and rain.”


Looking at the BBC Bitesize Daily lessons, there is an interesting Geography lesson about Contours, Keys and Symbols. Follow the link for this lesson:


We are due to be learning about Ancient Egypt, take a look at this BBC Bitesize introduction to who the Egyptians were:


Here is another great  set of lessons from BBC, each week there will be a session based on a piece of music for you to watch a video and explore that piece. Watch each video and join in with the activities, you could even try to compose a piece of your own using body percussion and any objects in your house that are safe to use.


Home Schooling - Thursday 30th April


This week, CAFOD have released a resource pack along with an animated video about a letter by Pope Francis. Watch the video that discusses Laudato Si and think about these questions:

  • What is the Pope asking us to do in this letter?
  • What do you think the Pope means by 'Common Home'?
  • How does the Pope say we have to treat the Earth?
  • What has happened to the Earth because of this?
  • How can we play our part to look after our 'Common Home'?
  • What kind of world do we want to leave for future generations?

I have uploaded images of the animation, a poster with activities that you could do following the video and some templates that can be used for some of the activities.


Lesson 1- What does a plant need to grow?
Have a think about the question for this lesson, do you have any ideas or facts that you can remember from Year 2? Write them down before you start the activities and see how much you remembered!
This video explores what a plant needs to grow. Watch the video and complete the interactive game below before moving on.

Worksheet: What a plant needs.

When you have finished these activities, watch this video that discusses what happens if the needs aren't met or there is too much of one need.
Extension: Can you describe what happens if the plant gets too much of what It needs?

Lesson 2- What are the parts of a plant?
This video shows the different parts of the plant, but pay attention you won't have long to listen to each part. Rewatch the video if you missed any information and then complete the interactive game below.

Activity: Can you draw a plant and label the different parts?
Worksheet: Parts of a plant- you will need to match the part of the plant to its function. Remember a function is its job or its role.

I have also added some flower mindful colouring sheets to brighten your day. You don't need to complete these or all of them but pick and choose if you are interested in them.

Home Schooling - Friday 1st May

Happy Friday everyone and I wish for a wonderfully happy May. It may not seem like Friday as all of the days seem to merge, but rest assured it is the last day of the school week so take a look at your lessons today- don't forget your Maths with white rose or your English pack. Friday is our P.E. day so I hope you are keeping up with Joe Wicks or choosing from the P.E. activities from our main class page. We also have ART on a Friday, so I have uploaded a lovely art activity that you can all do with a pencil and hopefully can make it beautiful with some colours of your choice.

ART- Exploring lines and shapes
I have uploaded a document with instructions to explore ways of drawing lines and shapes. This is a fun and colourful activity that you can use to break up your day and exlore the simple beauty of drawing and doodling.

Well done to those children who have kept up with and completed their mathletics work. If you have not logged into your mathletics in a while you will have some to catch up on, take care if you do. Your new mathletics will be live from 3pm today for completion by 3pm Friday 8th May.

I hope you all have a wonderful weekend, keep safe and I will send you more updates on Monday.

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