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Things to remember:

  • Instruments are needed in school every Friday
  • Reading books and diaries must be in school every day


Weekly homework



Children will record their scores from each test in their red reading diaries so that you can see how well they have done!

Homework challenges



Write a story about an Anglo Saxon king. 

Think about what the problem is within the story and how the problem is solved. Think carefully about the vocabulary that you choice and make sure that you use lots of different sentence openers. Your story can be handwritten or typed. It can be created on one piece of paper, a storyboard or a booklet.   



Create your own analogue clock. 

It does not have to be made from paper and pencils. Be creative! You can use any materials that you like!




Create a leaflet or poster to explain how we can help look after the environment. 

Make sure your work is presented neatly and clearly for others to read and understand. 



The Christmas Story. How can you share the Christmas Story in a creative way? Can you make something, can you create a poem or a song, can you bake something, can you use the computer to complete this work? Be as creative as you can and have fun!


Passport to the World

What facts can you find out about 'Ireland'? Think bout how to present your work in a creative and exciting way. Miss Burrows is looking for some 3D work this half term!



'The Bible'



We have shared what we know about the Bible and lots of children already know many Bible stories and could explain some of their meanings. 

We learnt about Abraham and Sarah and how they showed faith in God. We know that God kept his promise to Abraham. We have learnt that Joseph was also chosen by God. We thought about the good and bad things that happened in Joseph's life. 

Last week, we discovered the story of Moses and how he saved the Israelites. 

God's Promise to Abraham and Sarah

Bible story about Abraham and Sarah

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

The Story of Moses - Beginners Bible




Please read every day at home and ask an adult to sign your diary.  

Remember to bring your reading diary into school every day. 



Click on the image below. This will take you to the Oxford Owl website with free library eBooks. You may need to ask an adult to register for you and you can select eBooks to listen to or read on your computer or tablet. 




The reading challenge winners last week were... YEAR 3! 


Are we coming or going?


During our topic work we will be learning all about the Anglo-Saxons in our history lessons. We have created timelines to order events chronologically and we know that the Angles and the Saxons invaded Britain and settled in 7 kingdoms across England. 


Click on the image below to find out more about the Anglo-Saxons!



In geography, we have used an atlas to locate counties within the UK. We will be spending the next couple of weeks exploring the cities and counties in England. 



In art we will be learning how to tell stories with illustrations just like Paula Rego. We will be using the Bayeux Tapestry to inspire our work. 


Click on the image below to find out more.



During music lessons, Mrs Millard will be helping children to learn lots of Anglo-Saxon songs. 

Click on the image below to share these songs with the people at home. 




We have been expanding our knowledge of place value with 4-digit numbers. 

We have used this to help us to add and subtract using the formal written method.


Click the image below to find out more:



3-Digit Subtraction with Regrouping

Times tables!


Please practise your times tables every day so that you can recall answers quickly and accurately.

You need to know up to 12X12! 


Click on the image below to play times tables games. 


Spelling games


Click on the word below to play some spelling and word games.


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Music lessons

Our first song

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