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Year 3 - School Closure - Home Learning Area

 

Dear Y3 children and parents,

 

A very warm welcome to our Y3 Home Learning Area. On the PDF document below, you will find an outline of the learning tasks to be completed each week. I will endeavour to cover most areas of the National Curriculum and to provide a broad, balanced and relevant curriculum. A new document will be added each week, ready for the next Monday morning.

 

It is important that the children quickly get into an effective routine when completing their home learning tasks and I will provide an example timetable for you to use if helpful. 

 

As we are all finding our way with this new way of learning, I will ensure the tasks are relatively straightforward for the first few weeks to support the children in establishing their own personal structures and routines. In the longer term, it will be vital that the children experience a range of different learning styles. Some written work, some online learning, creative activities, and importantly, daily physical exercise. Some tasks will be more 'open-ended' allowing the children to investigate and explore a learning area, others will need formal written methods and careful presentation.

 

The children who were at school on Friday have been given a range of exercise books to use for their home learning. If you haven't picked up these books yet, please contact the school to arrange pick up. 

 

If at all possible, please support your child with their work. This could be as simple as checking their work is of a high standard at the end of a lesson, morning or day or asking them to explain their work to you as an informal assessment of learning.

 

When it is safe to return to school, I will be looking at the children's books and look forward to seeing some amazing quality learning with every child giving 100% and producing their very best work.

 

Dear Children,

 

I would love to see some of the work that you complete whilst at home. If you have done something that you are particularly proud of, you can email a photo or scan to me at: 

 

m.hill@st-lukes.hants.sch.uk  

 

Parents can also use the email address above if needed and I'll reply as soon as possible.

 

On a personal note, I wish each and every one of you safety and love at this incredibly challenging time. Let's hope that we can create some positives from the all too apparent negatives, and look after each other as part of the extended St Luke's family.

 

Love and best wishes,

 

Mr Hill

Story Time!

Stig of the Dump by Clive King - Introduction

Stig of the Dump - Chapter 1 - 'The Ground Gives Way'

Stig of the Dump Chapter 2 'Digging with Stig'

Stig of the Dump Chapter 3 'It Warms You Twice'

Stig of the Dump - Chapter 4 - 'Gone A Hunting'

Stig of the Dump Chapter 5 'The Snargets'

Y3 Home Learning Photos

Ruby's Pizza Maths Calculations

Ruby's Pizza Maths Calculations 1

Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry - by Ayden

Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry - by Ayden 1 What a great drawing-amazing use of light & shade!

Ruby Trains Her Dog

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When she's finished her home learning, Ruby has been working very hard training her dog - look at them go - what a team!

Jed's Family Portrait

Jed's Family Portrait 1 Jed & his family at a Pittsburgh Steelers NFL game

Freya MG's Ultimate Predator - the Teacher Eater - YIKES!

Freya MG's Ultimate Predator - the Teacher Eater - YIKES! 1
Freya MG's Ultimate Predator - the Teacher Eater - YIKES! 2

Ayden Working Hard

Ayden Working Hard 1 Sibling Learning
Ayden Working Hard 2 Virtual Geography Field Trip!

Ralph's Home Learning

Ralph's Home Learning 1 Pizza Chef Ralph
Ralph's Home Learning 2 Excellent Mr Majeika-Based Writing
Ralph's Home Learning 3 Pizza Maths!

Joel Investigates the Size of Shadows

Joel Investigates the Size of Shadows 1 Joel working scientifically on his shadow investigation.

Alfie's Woodwork Class

Alfie's Woodwork Class 1 Select and cut your wood to size
Alfie's Woodwork Class 2 It's all in careful preparation and sanding...
Alfie's Woodwork Class 3 The finished product - stylish and practical!
Picture 1 Mabon & Wren made Welsh cakes in a Wales Fact File
Picture 2 Mrs Bryan is working on your smuggler's purses

Useful Learning Links

Weekly Y3 Learning Plans

Resources Needed for Weekly Learning

Talk For Writing

As a Talk 4 Writing school, we place emphasis on children learning to orally retell different types of texts using story maps and actions. Throughout the year, children will learn approximately 9-12 model texts. We ask all parents to support children with learning these texts at home orally, so that children can use them to create their own versions.

 

The table below highlights the text types and texts that we are learning in Year 3. The table will be updated and added to throughout the year. Please download the texts and story maps and practise retelling them.  Aim to retell the texts with actions and expression!

 

Date Text Type Text Title
w.c. 9th September 2019 Defeating the Baddie Story Jack and the Beanstalk                            
w.c. 7th October 2019 Instructions How to mummify a pharaoh
w.c. 4th November  2019 A Warning Story The Canal
w.c. 25th November 2019 An Explanation Text How does a dishwasher work?
Spring Term One An Adventure Story Kassim and the Greedy Dragon
Spring Term One Non-chronological Report The Manchester Ridge-back
Spring Term Two A Journey Story The Magic Bed
Spring Term Two Poetry The Sound Collector
Summer Term One A Portal Story The Door
Summer Term One A Newspaper Recount Mystery Coin Found!
Summer Term Two A Dilemma Story The Great Kapok Tree

Our Class Country

We will be learning all about our class country- India. 

Maths No Problem

As a school, we place emphasis on teaching Maths using a Maths Mastery approach. We place emphasis on children learning to develop their fluency, reasoning and problem solving skills. We use Maths No Problem Maths Textbooks and Workbooks in school. To find out more, visit https://www.st-lukes.hants.sch.uk/click-here-for-parent-videos-for-singapore-maths/ to watch parent videos all about how we teach Maths at St Luke's.


The table below highlights the textbook and chapters that we are learning in Year 3. The table will be updated and added to throughout the year. If you wish to purchase a copy of the Maths No Problem Textbook A and B and Workbook A and B for your year group for use at home and also find out more about how Maths is taught in school, these are available to order at http://www.mathsnoproblem.co.uk/mathematics/primary-key-stage1-and-key-stage-2/maths-no-problem.html

 

We ask all parents to support children with learning their times tables at home; this is key to children being successful as Mathematicians. Please remember to make use of Times Table Rock Stars to support Maths at home.

 

Date Focus Textbook Chapter and Title
w.c. 2nd September 2019

Year 3 Textbook 3A - Chapter 1 - Numbers to 1000

w.c 16th September 2019 Year 3 Textbook 3A - Chapter 2 - Addition and Subtraction
Autumn Term 2

Year 3 Textbook 3A - Chapter 3 - Multiplication and Division

Autumn Term 2

Year 3 Textbook 3A - Chapter 4 - Further Multiplication and Division

Spring Term 1 Year 3 Textbook 3A - Chapter 5 - Length
Spring Term 1 Year 3 Textbook 3A - Chapter 6 - Mass
Spring Term 1 Year 3 Textbook 3A - Chapter 7 - Volume
Spring Term 2 Year 3 Textbook 3A - Chapter 7 - Volume & Chapter 8 - Money
Spring Term 2 Year 3 Textbook 3B - Chapter 8 Money
Summer Term 1 Year 3 Textbook 3B - Chapter 11 Fractions
Summer Term 1 Year 3 Textbook 3B - Chapter 9 Time
Summer Term 2 Year 3 Textbook 3B - Chapter 10 Picture Graphs ans Bar Graphs
Summer Term 2 Year 3 Textbook 3B - Chapter 12 Angles

Topic Learning Autumn Term One

 

In Autumn Term One, Year Three enjoyed learning about the Ancient Egyptians. The pictures below show us making Canopic Jars. We also had an Egyptian drama workshop as our Fantastic Finale. It was so exciting and we came to school dressed up!

Making Canopic Jars

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Topic Learning Autumn Term Two

 

This half term, our topic is Le MasterChef. We are looking forward to baking (and eating) our own French bread and thinking about healthy fillings as part of our D&T and Science learning. In Geography, we will be learning about Europe, with a particular focus on comparing an area in France with Hampshire. 

In Geography, we have been learning to use an Atlas to identify the countries and major capital cities in Europe.
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