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Home Learning Year 3 

Home Learning in the event of your child or class having to self-isolate

Should your child need to isolate, home learning will be provided by their class teacher.

Should your child's class need to isolate, online live lessons or teaching videos will be arranged by your child's class teacher. You will be contacted by telephone or via the schools Weduc app with further information.

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Virtual Transition Week 06.7.20


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Year 3

 Home Learning 29.6.20


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Year 3

 Home Learning 22.6.20


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Year 3

 Home Learning 15.6.20


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Year 3

 Home Learning 8.6.20


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Year 3

 Home Learning 1.6.20


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Year 3

Home Learning 25.5.20

Half Term Activities

These activities are for the family to complete together. We would love to see pictures!

 Cereal Box Challenge:
Can you and your family take part in this challenge? Click on the link to watch how to play.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-FmWfJjC_yo

 Den Building
Can you make a reading den in your house using duvets, cushions, blankets from around your house?

Take a photo of you reading in your den and email it to your teacher.

 Baking

Can you and your family make Mars Bar Cake together?

Emotions in Pictures

Download the free app Chatterpix and use the app to make your favourite toys talk. Use the objects to say how you have been feeling?

Colour Walk
Whilst you are doing your daily exercise take photos of anything you see with the colour red.

Magic Paper Towel Experiment

Can you and your family make some of your own magic pictures?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RHDkzbZTUfU

 Home Learning 18.5.20

All activities are about 20-30 minutes suggested learning time of what you should do this week.

Day Writing/ Reading Phonics/ Spelling Maths Wider Curriculum
Monday

 

Listen to / read / watch a story online.  Retell the story to a parent, sibling or even a teddy bear!

This week our story is I am Whale. You can find this on My ON Library

https://readon.myon.co.uk/reader/index.html?a=lo_whale_f04

 This week’s spellings are Year 3 Orange rainbow spellings. address, interest, perhaps, promise, probably, regular, possible, complete, opposite, material

Feeling green: Practice the Year 3 Yellow spellings: appear, disappear, breath, breathe, question, answer, difficult, different, caught, naughty

This week we are learning…

Lesson 1: Introduction to Fractions

Watch this video on

https://offschool.org.uk/fun-with-numbers/introduction-to-fractions/

 

WB_18_5_20_Maths.pptx

 Here’s a list of things you should do every day:

 

Do your daily exercise with Joe Wicks! 9.00-9.30

 

 

 

 

Type The Body Coach TV into YouTube

 

A daily quiz about the learning you have done this year! Send your answers to your teacher!

 

A daily quiz about the learning you

 

Practise your times tables on TT Rock Stars!

 

Practise telling the time at different points of the day 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



 

 

 

 

 

Tuesday

This week you’ll be writing a non-chronological report about whales. So today we want you to plan your report. We suggest you draw and write key words about Introduction, Appearance,
Habitat and Diet
using

the information from the book. 

 

Feeling Green? Can you think of an
interesting fact about whales?

 

 

Practise the spellings using:

  • Look / cover /write / check
  • Pyramid spellings
  • Use different colours to write the word
Speed spelling – how many times can you write each word in 1 minute?

 Lesson 2:

Click on the icon below.7

 

Wednesday

– please email us to let us know how you’re getting on

The grammar we are learning this week that fits with our writing is fronted adverbials

Watch this video and complete the  activity on the website
https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/

zwwp8mn/articles/zp937p3

Feeling Green? How many fronted adverbials can you list?

Practise your spellings in a different way today!

Email your teacher to tell them how you are getting on with your spellings this week.

Lesson 3:

Click on the icon below.

Thursday

 

– please email examples of work today

Write the non-chronological report in your own words including fronted adverbials and don’t forget to check your writing for sense!

Feeling green:  can you include all these conjunctions in your writing? But, if, when, so, because

Send your story by email to your class teacher! We would love to see it!

Write each spelling word in a sentence.

 

I have been very busy today cooking some yummy, delicious cakes because it is my birthday!

 

Feeling green: Include adjectives (large, round, twinkly, tall, beautiful) and conjunctions (because, but, when, if, so) in your sentence.

 Lesson 4:

Click on the icon below.

 

 

 

Friday

Check and edit your stories using a different colour pen.

Do 2 stars and a wish! 

Tell your class teacher what you

think you did well and what you

would do better next time.

 

 

Get your parent or a sibling to test you on this week’s spellings!

 

Email your teacher how you did! 

Lesson 5:

Click on the icon below.

Hungry for more? Here’s some ideas of other things you could do at home this week:

Our topic this week is Modern Greece

Active Bodies and Minds: keeping healthy.

 

Can you and your family learn a Zumba routine.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FP0wgVhUC9w

Fun with words

Look at the websites below to find lots of amazing facts about Greece. Write down five incredible facts and share them with your family.

 http://www.primaryhomeworkhelp.co.uk/

greece/today.html

https://www.sciencekids.co.nz/

sciencefacts/countries/greece.html

Fun at Home

Can you make a picnic with your family and eat in your garden or lay a blanket in your living room?

 

Can you include any Greek food in your picnic? Here’s a reminder of some of Greece’s favourite foods:

https://f.ls/KqHIX

Our Wonderful World

   

Watch the video below. Then, write down three reasons why someone might want to visit Greece.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CbF7TEiMCz0

 

Get creative

 

Using everything you have learned about Greece, create a poster telling people why they should visit Greece.

 

Send a picture of your work to your teacher.

Our Wonderful World

Find Greece on this map. Name three countries that are close to Greece. Think about our map work, ion which direction is the UK from Greece? Ctrl Click to open:

Time to Think

 

Can you and your family make a box of feelings you have all had over Lockdown?

Fun with numbers

The distance between London and Athens is 1,500 miles. A plane flies at 500 miles per hour. How long does it take a plane to fly from London to Athens?

 

Challenge: Leicester is 100 miles from London. How long would it take to fly from Leicester to Athens?

 

The World Outside

Using your knowledge of Ancient and Modern Greece, create a Venn diagram showing similarities and differences between them.

Press ctrl and click on the picture below for a reminder of how to use a Venn diagram.

Super Science – How many facts can you find about modern Greece? Write your facts in a spider diagram. Send a picture of your work to your teacher.

Press ctrl and click on the picture below for a reminder of  how to create a Spider diagram.

Facts_about_Modern_Greece.docx

 Our Wonderful World

Using everything you have learned about Greece, create a holiday brochure convincing people to visit Greece.

Press ctrl and click the picture below for an example template.

Send a picture of your work to your teacher.

Make a Butterfly Catcher


Home Learning 11.5.20

All activities are about 20-30 minutes suggested learning time of what you should do this week.

Day Writing/ Reading Phonics/ Spelling Maths Wider Curriculum
Monday

 Listen to / read / watch a story online.  Retell the story to a parent, sibling or even a teddy bear!

This week our story is The Frog Prince. You can find this on My ON Library

https://readon.myon.co.uk/

Feeling Green! Use your background knowledge.

I recognise the word........because/from

I remember....

This week’s spellings are Year 3 Red rainbow spellings.

busy eight weight height February

woman women important remember grammar

Feeling green: Practice the Year 3 Orange spellings

address, interest, perhaps, promise, probably, regular, possible, complete, opposite, material

This week we are learning…

Multiplying – Column Method

Watch this video on

https://offschool.org.uk/

 Here’s a list of things you should do every day:

 

Do your daily exercise with Joe Wicks! 9.00-9.30

 

 

 

 

Type The Body Coach TV into YouTube

 

A daily quiz about the learning you have done this year! Send your answers to your teacher!

 

A daily quiz about the learning you

 

Practise your times tables on TT Rock Stars!

 

Practise telling the time at different points of the day 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



 

 

 

 

 

Tuesday

Create a story map of yesterday’s story. Include key words and pictures.

 

 

 Practise the spellings using:

  • Look / cover /write / check
  • Pyramid spellings
  • Use different colours to write the word

Speed spelling – how many times can you write each word in 1 minute? 

Practise this week’s skill with these 6 questions:

 

14 x 6 =          12 x 8 =

29 x 3 =          32 x 3  =

19 x 3 =          26 x 3 =

Wednesday

– please email us to let us know how you’re getting on

The grammar we are learning this week that fits with our story is conjunctions.

Watch this video and complete the  activity on the website 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/

Feeling Green? Write your own sentences for each of these conjunctions: because, when, if, so, but.

Practise your spellings in a different way today!

Email your teacher to tell them how you are getting on with your spellings this week.

 

Practise this week’s skill with these 6 questions:

36 x 2 =           24 x 4 =

21 x 4 =           15 x 6 =

31 x 3 =           16 x 6 =

Send your answers to your class teacher for them to mark!

Thursday

 

– please email examples of work today

Write the story of The Frog Prince in your own words including conjunctions and don’t forget capital letters at the start of a sentence.

Feeling green:  Include fronted adverbials at the start of your sentences. (e.g. Without warning, Suddenly, Far away, Mysteriously) and adjectives you learnt last week.

Send your story by email to your class teacher! We would love to see it!

Write each spelling word in a sentence.

 

I have been very busy today cooking some yummy, delicious cakes because it is my birthday!

 

Feeling green: Include adjectives (large, round, twinkly, tall, beautiful) and conjunctions (because, but, when, if, so) in your sentence.

Practise this week’s skill with these 6 questions:

17 x 4 =           23 x 4 =

18 x 4 =           22 x 4 =

26 x 3 =           19 x 4 =

 

Friday

Check and edit your stories using a different colour pen.

Do 2 stars and a wish! 

Tell your class teacher what you

think you did well and what you

would do better next time.

 

 

Get your parent or a sibling to test you on this week’s spellings!

 

Email your teacher how you did! 

Ashton has 28 bananas. Harry has three times as many bananas as Ashton. How many bananas does Ashton have?

 

Langdon has 14 pears. Layla has seven times as many pears as Langdon. How many pears does Langdon have? 

Hungry for more? Here’s some ideas of other things you could do at home this week:

 Active Bodies and Minds: keeping healthy.

Can you and your family learn a Zumba routine to the dance craze “Oh Na Na Na”

https://www.youtube.com

Fun with stories and words

Read the stories below about Greece. After reading, you can take a quiz on the book (or books) closest to your AR level.

Let’s Look At Greece (AR 2.5)

https://readon.myon.co.uk

Great Thinkers in Ancient Greece (AR 4.6)

https://readon.myon.co.uk

 

 Fun at Home 

Can you and your family play the taste challenge game?

Collect small amounts of types of food and whilst blindfolded taste and guess the food. Challenge yourself to include some foods that the Ancient Greeks might have eaten.

 

 Our Amazing Authors

Watch the Greek myth of Medusa. Afterwards, write the story in your own words.

The Story of Medusa and Athena

You can watch the story here:

https://www.youtube.com

 

 

 Get creative

 As a family all attempt to draw a Greek God by following the instructions and then show one another.

https://www.youtube.com
Greek Gods information

Music and play

 Listen to a snippet of this Ancient Greek music. What instruments can you hear? Think about how it differs from modern music and also any ways that it matter be similar.

https://www.youtube.com

Time to Think  

Using all of the knowledge that you now have about Ancient Greece, would you rather live in the modern day or Ancient Greece? Write at least one paragraph explaining why

 

 Fun with numbers

 At the very first Ancient Olympics there was just one event. At the next Olympics there were three times as many events. How many events were there at the second Olympics?

 Challenge: At the third Olympics there were seven times as many events as the second Olympics. How many events were there at the third Olympics?

Ancient Greek information

The World Outside

 

Read about the Ancient Greek Gods using the link below.

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/

 

 Super Science – The Ancient Greeks built many temples, like the one below. Imagine you have the job of building a Greek temple for the Ancient Greek Gods, what material would you use to make the temple? Think back to our Science lessons on Rocks when making your choice and write at least one sentence explaining your choice. Click the picture below for more information about temples.

Our Wonderful World 

 The Ancient Greeks invented lots of amazing things, like government, democracy and philosophy. Read about these here and watch the video and then write a paragraph saying which of these you think is most important, and why.

https://www.bbc.co.uk

Send a picture of your work to your teacher.

The World Outside 

  Using the knowledge you already have and this link below, write down at least five ways that life in Ancient Greece was different to life today.

https://www.bbc.co.uk

lets look at Greece book

Home Learning 04.5.20

All activities are about 20-30 minutes suggested learning time of what you should do this week.

Day Writing/ Reading Phonics/ Spelling Maths Wider Curriculum
Monday

 Listen to / read / watch a story online.  Retell the story to a parent, sibling or even a teddy bear!

This week our story is Trust Me Jack’s Beanstalk Stinks. You can find this on My ON Library

https://readon.myon.co.uk

Feeling Green! Write questions about what you have read.

 

 

This week’s spellings are words ending in ‘er’

high-higher   big-bigger   safe-safer

noisy-noisier   soggy-soggier  Watch this video about the spelling rule in this link https://www.youtube.com

 

Feeling Green? Practise these words as well

Good - better       bad - worse

exciting - more exciting

dangerous - more dangerous

This week we are learning…

Base 10 Jottings - Subtraction

Watch this video on

https://offschool.org.uk

 

 

 Here’s a list of things you should do every day:

 

Do your daily exercise with Joe Wicks! 9.00-9.30

Type The Body Coach TV into YouTube

 

 

Practise telling the time at different points of the day 

 

A daily quiz about the learning you have done this year! Send your answers to your teacher!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Read a book and draw the main characters.

 

 

 

Practise your times tables on TT Rock Stars!

Tuesday

Create a story map of yesterday’s story. Include key words and pictures.

 

 

 Practise the spellings using:

  • Look / cover /write / check
  • Pyramid spellings
  • Use different colours to write the word

Speed spelling – how many times can you write each word in 1 minute? 

Practise this week’s skill with these 6 questions: 

689 - 436 =          487 - 295 =

746 - 237 =          325 - 156 =

768 - 196 =          862 - 571 =

 

Maths Guide Week 3

Wednesday

– please email us to let us know how you’re getting on

The grammar we are learning this week that fits with our story is adjectives

Watch this video and complete one activity on the

website https://www.bbc.co.uk

Feeling Green? Make these two sentences sound better by adding adjectives:
1. Far up in the sky lived a giant hungry for food.
2.With courage Jack started climbing the beanstalk.

 Practise your spellings in a different way today!

Feeling Green? Come up with a rule for this week’s spellings

Email your teacher to tell them how you are getting on with your spellings this week.

Practise this week’s skill with these 6 questions:

789 - 432 =            653 -  272 =

576 - 149 =            534 - 346 =

487 - 358 =            567 - 276 =

Send your answers to your class teacher for them to mark!  Tell your class teacher how well you understand the Maths this week and whether you need any help.

Thursday

 

– please email examples of work today

Write the story of Trust Me Jack’s Beanstalk Stinks in your own words including adjectives and don’t forget capital letters at the start of a sentence and for names!

Up for a challenge? Include fronted adverbials at the start of your sentences. (e.g Without warning, Suddenly, Far away, Mysteriously)

Send your story by email to your class teacher! We would love to see it!

  Do 2 Stars and a Wish! Tell Your teacher what you think you did well and what you would do better next time.                                        

 Get your parent or a sibling to test you on this week’s spellings!

 

You could email your teacher to tell them how you did!

 

Practise this week’s skill with these word problems:

Devarn has 643 sweets. He gives Lola 252 sweets. How many sweets does Devarn have now?

 

Evie has 476 apples. She eats 248 apples. How many apples does Evie have now?

 

A shopkeeper has 467 pears. She sells 385 pears. How many pears does she have now?

 

Friday

 

 MAY DAY BANK HOLIDAY

Hungry for more? Here’s some ideas of other things you could do at home this week:

 Active Bodies and Minds: keeping healthy.

Can you and your family learn a Zumba routine to the dance craze “Oh Na Na Na”

https://www.youtube.com

Fun with stories and words

Read the stories below about Greece. After reading, you can take a quiz on the book (or books) closest to your AR level.

Let’s Look At Greece (AR 2.5)

https://readon.myon.co.uk

Great Thinkers in Ancient Greece (AR 4.6)

https://readon.myon.co.uk

 

 Fun at Home 

Can you and your family play the taste challenge game?

Collect small amounts of types of food and whilst blindfolded taste and guess the food. Challenge yourself to include some foods that the Ancient Greeks might have eaten.

 

 Our Amazing Authors

Watch the Greek myth of Medusa. Afterwards, write the story in your own words.

The Story of Medusa and Athena

You can watch the story here:

https://www.youtube.com

 

 

 Get creative

 As a family all attempt to draw a Greek God by following the instructions and then show one another.

https://www.youtube.com
Greek Gods information

Music and play

 Listen to a snippet of this Ancient Greek music. What instruments can you hear? Think about how it differs from modern music and also any ways that it matter be similar.

https://www.youtube.com

Time to Think  

Using all of the knowledge that you now have about Ancient Greece, would you rather live in the modern day or Ancient Greece? Write at least one paragraph explaining why

 

 Fun with numbers

 At the very first Ancient Olympics there was just one event. At the next Olympics there were three times as many events. How many events were there at the second Olympics?

 Challenge: At the third Olympics there were seven times as many events as the second Olympics. How many events were there at the third Olympics?

Ancient Greek information

The World Outside

 

Read about the Ancient Greek Gods using the link below.

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/

 

 Super Science – The Ancient Greeks built many temples, like the one below. Imagine you have the job of building a Greek temple for the Ancient Greek Gods, what material would you use to make the temple? Think back to our Science lessons on Rocks when making your choice and write at least one sentence explaining your choice. Click the picture below for more information about temples.

Our Wonderful World 

 The Ancient Greeks invented lots of amazing things, like government, democracy and philosophy. Read about these here and watch the video and then write a paragraph saying which of these you think is most important, and why.

https://www.bbc.co.uk

Send a picture of your work to your teacher.

The World Outside 

  Using the knowledge you already have and this link below, write down at least five ways that life in Ancient Greece was different to life today.

https://www.bbc.co.uk

lets look at Greece book

 

      Reading     

Below is a video that explains how to access our Reading platform where you can choose reading books for your child.

https://readon.myon.co.uk

Once you have chosen and read a book you can take the AR quiz for that book by clicking on the link below 

https://ukhosted17.renlearn.co.uk/2242463/default.aspx

 

Home Learning 27.4.20

All activities are about 20-30 minutes suggested learning time of what you should do this week.

Day

 

Writing/ Reading

 

Spellings

Maths

Wider Curriculum

Monday

 Listen to / read / watch a story online.  Retell the story to a parent, sibling or even a teddy bear!

This week our story is Puss in Boots

You can find this on My ON Library

https://readon.myon.co.uk/

 This week’s spellings are words ending in ‘ed’

asked crawled snapped headed trapped ordered stopped yelled

Watch this video about the spelling rule click on this link https://www.youtube.com

Act out each word.

This week we are learning…

Expanded Column Method - Addition

Watch this video click on the link below

https://offschool.org.uk

Here’s a list of things you should do every day:

 

Do your daily exercise with Joe Wicks! 9.00-9.30

Type The Body Coach TV

into YouTube

  

Practise telling the time at different points of the day


  

 A daily quiz about the learning you have done this year! Send your answers to your teacher!


  Read a book/ be read to

 

 Practise your times tables on TT Rock Stars!  

Tuesday

Create a story map of yesterday’s story. Include key words and pictures.

Practise the spellings using:

Look / cover /write / check

Pyramid spellings

Use different colours to write the word

Speed spelling – how many times can you write each word in 1 minute?

Practise this week’s skill with these 6 questions:

 

241 + 246 =          237 + 745 =

749 + 230 =          234 + 460 =

776 + 196 =          712 + 281 =

Wednesday

The grammar we are learning this week that fits with our story is exclamation marks !!

Do an activity and watch a learning video, click on the link below

 https://www.bbc.co.uk

Practise your spellings in a different way today!

Practise this week’s skill with these 6 questions:

303 + 622 =            653 + 265 =

119 + 423 =            534 + 359 =

296 + 578 =            281 + 546 =

Send your answers to your class teacher for them to mark!

Thursday

Write a few sentences about something exciting that has happened to you using some exclamation marks. Example:

Stop! I really don't want to get wet. Don't throw me in the pool!

Write each spelling word in a sentence

Practise this week’s skill with these 6 questions:

505 + 299 =            119 + 423 =

168 + 754 =            458 + 376 =

756 + 176 =            854 + 145 =

Friday

Write the story of Puss in Boots in your own words including exclamation marks !

Don’t forget capital letters at the start of a sentence and for names! 

Send your story by email to your class teacher! We’d love to see it!

Get your parent or a sibling to test you on this week’s spellings!

 You could email your teacher to tell them how you did!

Practise this week’s skill with these word problems:

 Tommy has 543 sweets. Lacey has 256 sweets. How many sweets do they have altogether?

 Clayton collects stamps. He has 351 in a box and 456 in a book. How many does he have altogether?

 A shopkeeper has 367 bottles of lemonade. She orders 480 more. How many bottles of lemonade will she have now?

 

Hungry for more?  Here are some ideas of other things you could do at home this week:

Our topic this week is Ancient Greece

Active Bodies and Minds: keeping healthy.

 The Ancient Greeks invented the Olympics! In the first Olympics there was only one event – running. As part of your daily exercise why not go for a run with an adult? Or you could run on the spot!

Fun with stories and words

Try writing an acrostic poem using the word Greece. Remember, that means each line starts with a letter from the word Greece. Like this:

 

 G

 R

 E

 E

 C

 E

Fun at Home

Do some online research and find out what Ancient Greeks ate. Was it similar or different to what we eat today in this country? Can you find anything in your kitchen that the Ancient Greeks ate?

Our Amazing Authors

  Listen to this Greek Myth of Theseus: (click on the picture to open the video)

 

Get creative

The Ancient Greeks made clay pots and decorated them with pictures showing what life was like back then. Can you draw and design your own pot showing what life is like today? Look at these examples for ideas:

http://www.ancientgreece

Send a picture of your pot to your teacher.

Music and play

After watching the Theseus Greek myth, act out the story with your family playing the parts of the characters.

Time to Think

 Watch this video about Ancient Greece. Think about what life was like for the Ancient Greeks. Make a list of ways that you think their life was different to ours.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oQmtV_ZKUds

Fun with numbers

The Ancient Greece period lasted from 1200BC to 146BC. How many years is this?

 

Mr Chamberlain says the Ancient Greece period began 820 years ago. Is he correct? Explain your answer.

The World Outside – Complete a Venn diagram comparing the Ancient and

modern Olympics. Send a picture of your work to your teacher.

click on the picture below for a video showing you how to create a Venn diagram.

Super Science – How many facts can you find about Ancient Greece? Write your facts in a spider diagram. Send a picture of your work to your teacher.

click on the picture below for a video showing you how to create a Spider diagram.

 


Our Wonderful World – Draw a timeline putting these periods in order: Stone Age, Modern day, Ancient Greece, death of Richard III.

Send a picture of your work to your teacher.

 

Active Bodies and Minds: keeping healthy

                                                     

Use our jigsaw PSHE breathing to help you feel calm and peaceful or try an idea from one of these websites:

https://offschool.org.uk/activity-zone/activities/?cid=12

https://www.gonoodle.com

 

 

Easter Challenge Answers

You can tweet your score at @BFPSOfficial

 

Easter Challenge Activities

The Great BFPS Family Easter Quiz Challenge

 

Have fun as a family answering the Easter Quiz questions. There are 20 general knowledge questions and a picture round. When you have completed the quiz, email your answers back to your child’s class teacher at their home learning email address. If you have more than one child at the school, you can send your answers to all of their class teachers. Closing date for replies is Sunday 19th April 2020. If you are the brainiest family in your child’s class, you will receive an email from the teacher letting you know that you have won!

There are no prizes, just glory!

The answers will be posted in the Home Learning section of the school website on Monday 20th April 2020. We invite you to mark your own and join in our Twitter feed by telling us your score in the twitter comments! Get ready for the quiz by following Braunstone Frith Primary School on Twitter.

Below are some suggestions if you are running out of entertainment ideas over the Easter holidays - Stay safe and have fun!

It is important that your child doesn't miss out on their education because of this closure. We have made every effort to ensure that your child can carry on learning and maintain their progress. To this end, your child has been sent home with a Home Learning Pack.

Inside each pack are home learning sheets with activities. These activities can be repeated on a daily basis. They can be recorded in the book or sheets provided as part of the pack. Year 6 children have been provided with past papers. There are also a list of websites that you can visit and programmes your children can watch.

The home learning books will be checked by the class teacher on your child's return to school.

Your child should be doing the following activities each day;

  • Reading / Spelling / Sight words
  • Practising their Times Tables 
  • A Writing activity
  • A Maths activity

Should you have any questions you can contact your child's class teacher using the email address for their year group. Emails will be responded to during working hours.

homelearning3c@braunstonefrith.leicester.sch.uk

homelearning3b@braunstonefrith.leicester.sch.uk

homelearning3kt@braunstonefrith.leicester.sch.uk

 

Home Learning Activity Pack

Useful Websites

All can be found by typing into Google Search:

You can also use the following link which is a practise tool in the same style as the Multiplication Check children will take in June https://www.timestables.co.uk/multiplication-tables-check/

 

On-line safety

Please be aware that if your child is on-line they may be able to chat with other gamers or people that they have added as friends that they don’t actually know. All children have been taught how to report a concern either by telling a trusted adult or by clicking the report button on the CEOPS website;

https://www.ceop.police.uk/Safety-Centre/Should-I-make-a-report-to-CEOP-YP/

  

If you have serious concerns you can call the police on 999 or

childline on 0800 1111