On this page you will find useful links to home learning tasks and resources for your children to complete whilst schools are closed. Please keep an eye on it for updates!
The NHS Million website are currently offering free downloadable colouring sheets for all. Have a browse and print, download and colour whichever you like to display in your windows - another lovely way to show your support. If you can, email any pictures of your colouring to me and I will add them to our school gallery on the website.
Please find below a free download from Max Made Me Do It. Max Made Me Do It is a small business run by an artist called Carol. Carol is extremely talented and has created this free download for children, which she is doubling up as a colouring competition on Instagram.
Twinkl are currently offering free access for parents and carers to support home learning. Please use the link below for access to all of their wonderful resources!
Classroom Secrets are another useful website which offer hundreds of resources for most areas of the curriculum. They are also offering free access to children and parents to support home learning. Your children will need to sign up for an account to access the resources but again, this is free of charge.
White Rose Maths are one of many super organisations for Maths resources we use in school. They are currently providing resources for parents and carers free of charge which follow the curriculum for each year group. Please have a look at the units of work on the link below as these match what would have been covered over the coming weeks if we had been in school.
Purple Mash is an online resource, packed with learning tools and games, designed for Primary aged children to use both at school and at home. All children have been given their own, completely secure username and password to enable them to access this resource from anywhere. Please help your child to follow these simple steps to log on to their account and explore at home.
Below are some documents to guide home learning in maths. There is a copy of the school calculation policy for clarity on the appropriate methods to use in each year groups and a Year 3 maths mat which gives examples of the methods we work towards using for the four operations by the end of Year 3. When completing maths activities involving the four operations, please encourage your children to refer back to this maths mat to ensure they are using the methods used in school.
This term in Year 3, we have loved learning about life and the changes in Britain from the Stone Age to the Iron Age. Please see the topic mat timeline below to recap some of the things we have learnt about this term.
To wrap up this learning, in the next section is a link to a final project for children to complete at home in which they will research and plan an invasion from Rome, ending the Iron Age in Britain.