COVID - 19,
School closure activities and information
for you and your child.
Use this class website as much as you need. Don't forget, if you are already in a routine, don't add to your workload. The information and activities provided are to help you.
Keep in touch using Class Dojo and I will respond to any questions and share your child's work there too!
Please, stay safe.
Suggested websites to use.
Discovery Education Espresso
Username - student18750
Password - discovery2020
NASA Kid's Club
National Geographic Kids
Explore Leeds Museums and Galleries through exciting objects and fascinating facts, with Leeds Discovery Centre's Learning Officer Emily Nelson. Museum from Home is a series of short videos which highlight a range of historical artefacts in the Leeds collection, with a new theme each week. Themes include the Romans, chocolate and Industry in Leeds. Accompanying learning resources are available and these videos are perfect for home schooling and bitesized learning.
This great online game allows the player to take on the character of a child during the fire. It explores the causes and how we know about the fire, supporting children in understanding the nature of history as well as developing factual knowledge and understanding.
This website provides some wonderful visual images of the kitchens at Hampton Court Palace. It provides some factual information about the kitchens such as home much meant was consumed in a year. It also has a video of a cook making Tudor recipes which can be tried at home - we have had a go and it was delicious!
My Home is My Museum is a project for four to 11 year-olds that will encourage children to learn about what museums and galleries do on a day-to-day basis. They will be inspired to think about how to bring an exhibition together by curating a display featuring their own treasured ‘objects’ or incredible works of art.
JORVIK have got lots of great digital Viking content for you in their new Discover from Home page, including educational and fun videos, activities and reading material.
Free, open-access learning resources and ideas set out by key stage and topic.
The many free historical films in the BFI's online archive are an amazing resource for local history.
Resources for primary and secondary curriculum topics based on archaeological evidence.
Welcome to Year 3
There are 25 children in Year 3.
During the year we cover a variety of different subjects such as:
- Maths - History
- English - Geography
- Science - Art
- D and T - Computing
- PE - RE
During our English sessions, we follow Talk 4 Write. In Year 3, we cover: discussion, narrative, instructions, explanations, information, poetry, persuasion and recounts.
We use Lancashire maths across the school which covers a selection of different areas including: place value, addition and subtraction, multiplication and division, measurements, geometry, statistics, fractions, telling the time and much more.
Year 3 science is full of interesting and exciting topics such as animals, including humans, plants, rocks and volcanoes.
Topic involves a variety of different subjects. During this time we will be looking at a selection of different areas such as Romans, making mazes, locations in the UK and Stonehenge art, different religions, improving geography skills and map reading.
Our P.E. Day is Wednesday.
Please ensure your child has a full P.E kit, with their name written in their t-shirt, shorts and pumps.
P.E. kits can be purchased from the school office or from the local supermarket.
Please don't allow your child to come to school with earrings in on the day of PE.
Your child will be assessed throughout the year. This is so that your child is challenged and enjoys the activities set for him/her.
We use age related expectations to record your child's achievements.
We expect your child to be 'on track' to reach the end of year age related expectations. However, this doesn't always go to plan, sometimes children need a little support. If this is the case, there are interventions that support and direct children so that they can achieve to the best of their abilities.
We will report to you three times a year (Autumn Parent's Evening, Spring Parent's Evening and Summer Reports).
The children worked with modelling clay to create their own Iron Giant after listening to and reading Ted Hughes' The Iron Man.
The children also experimented with magnets and discovered that some objects and materials allow the magnetic force to travel through it.