Your child’s journey through Year 3
Summer Term Home Learning
We understand that there may be times where you need to isolate at home. In order to help you keep learning, we have created a home-learning plan for the Summer term.
Our Learning Letter can be found here: Year 3 Summer Term Home Learning Letter
Maths Home Learning
|Activity Sheet||Video Link|
|Working with wholes and parts
(video only activity)
|Recap Unit Fractions||https://vimeo.com/515772416|
|Count in Fractions||https://vimeo.com/519110911|
|Making the Whole||https://vimeo.com/521485071|
|Fractions on a Number Line||https://vimeo.com/527705765|
|5 Fractions of a Set of Objects||https://vimeo.com/530230988|
Remote Learning 2021
From Tuesday 5th January 2021, your child will need to have access to our remote-learning platform. To access it, please follow the steps sent to your year group via ParentPay.
If you already have access to Seesaw, you do not need to do anything, just log into your account.
Details regarding Seesaw can be found here: Seesaw Getting Started
If you have any issues, please get in contact by emailing your child’s year group at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Autumn Term Home Learning
We understand that there may be times where you need to isolate at home. In order to help you keep learning, we have created a home-learning plan for the Autumn term.
Our Learning Letter can be found here: Year 3 Autumn Term Home Learning Letter
Maths Home Learning
This term’s learning is focused on place value in numbers to 1000, as well as addition and subtraction up to 3-digits. We have included White Rose activity sheets and the associated video links for each lesson. Listen and watch the video before you complete the activity. If you don’t have a printer, you can copy out the questions onto a sheet of paper.
Video activity: numbers to 1000 on a place value grid. For this activity you could have a go at using your own grid at home. You could use coins or different pasta shapes to represent place value counters 100s, 10s and 1s
(video link: https://vimeo.com/452146321)
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We have also attached links to additional challenges that support the Year 3 maths curriculum. The challenges are designed to support children in revising skills, while deepening and strengthening maths skills to a mastery level.
Some questions may require a lot of trial and improvement. It may not be right first time. That’s ok. It is important to keep trying.
For further activities, have a look at the home-learning letter here: Year 3 Autumn home learning letter
The knowledge organiser is a set of key facts that we hope your child will learn and be able to remember. Please see details for this term’s science topic here: Year 3 – Autumn Knowledge Organiser
Autumn Term 2020
Our topic this term is ‘If You Go Down To the Woods Today‘ which has been selected to develop children’s geography and science skills, as well as developing their awareness of global issues that affect our planet. We have got lots of great learning planned.
Please see our curriculum document here: Year 3 – Autumn Curriculum 2020
Spring Term 2020
Year 3 have been busy at the start of 2020 with a range of art work to brighten up our winter walls. Our topic – More Than Pyramids – will give us lots of opportunities for cross curricular learning. We will compare the ancient civilizations of the Ancient Egyptians, Ancient Sumerians, Indus Valley and the Shang Dynasty. We shall explore their ways of life including their belief systems, farming, inventions, writing, and death rituals.
You can see our Spring 2020 curriculum here: Year 3 – Spring Curriculum 2020
In Maths, we will focus on:
- Multiplication and division
- Measurement; with a focus on Money
It is important that your child knows their multiplication tables and the related division facts. They should already have a secure knowledge of the 2, 5 and 10 times-tables from year two. This year we are also learning the 3, 4 and 8 times-tables. We will apply our knowledge of these tables to a range of problems, including related multiplication facts and multiplying two-digit numbers. Please talk to us if you need ideas for supporting your child with their times-tables.