Daily Message

Welcome to Year 3 & our virtual school page. Within this page you will find all of the links that you need for your home learning. We are so proud of the whole of Year 3 for the excellent learning attitudes that you are demonstrating everyday. Please continue to log in to Seesaw to upload your work and follow your daily lessons. This week you will find daily lessons for English, Maths and a daily morning video too.

Enjoy your home learning and stay safe.

Please click on the links below to view your suggested weekly timetable & your weekly learning plan:

Year 3 Weekly Overview of Learning – 13th July 2020

Year 3 Weekly Recommended Timetable (Detailed) – 13th July 2020

In the afternoons, please look at any wider lessons attached to SeeSaw that you may not have completed yet. These include Geography, History, Creativity, RE, Science and Spanish.

Stay safe & happy,

Miss Firth, Mrs Rex & Mrs Smith


Reading Comprehension

There is a reading comprehension task to complete on Seesaw. This will be released on Thursday.


There are recorded daily lessons for Literacy on Seesaw (please click onto ‘Activities’ to view the link). If there is any work or templates to complete work on, these will be attached to Seesaw so that you can complete the work.

We are looking at writing our story and publishing this before completing our project.  This week we will be producing a magazine, for this we will be spending the week (afternoon lessons as well as within English lessons) to produce different pages for a magazine.

To practise handwriting in the exercise book provided. Really strive with improving the neatness of writing!



Virtual learning

We will be completing virtual lessons on Seesaw for you to access and watch. Within these lessons, I will be recapping all prior learning including adding, subtracting, multiplying, dividing, fractions, time, money, shapes and measuring. The questions to complete are all on these videos where we will also show you how to solve these questions and we go through the answers. We also provide extension activities you could be doing at home if you finish the task with time to spare at the end of the videos. These include more challenging questions like word problems.

There will be a Times Table Rockstars battle this week in Year 3 vs Year 4. This will start at 9:00am on Monday and finish at 5:00pm on Thursday.

Please continue to use the following online resources to develop different Maths skills:

  • Times Table Rockstars
  • Numbots

White Rose Maths Hub

Please continue to use this resource as they are continuing to put daily lessons on which recap prior learning we have completed in school.


This Week


Get ready for the Grand Finale of Wakefield Music Services BIG SING 2020 on Friday 15th July at 10.30am by learning a new song We can be kind. All the songs for the performance can be found on their Youtube channel. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLTJpHlO0S2z5ulcMw4JHZ5jw5oRLpCBh9


For active this week, you have a choice of activities, you can click on the Joe Wicks icon and do your daily keep fit or you can have a go at Miss Hoyte’s dance. We know that she will be so excited to see you enjoying her dance lesson!

Miss Hoyte’s Dance Lesson

ACES, who work in our school, have also provided some ideas for PE at home. Please see the document attached below:




Please click on the link to join in with Mr Palin’s Spanish lesson from last week: Year 3 Spanish

We look forward to seeing your posts in SeeSaw in Spanish. Mr Palin will be very excited to see this!


Please click on the link to try some ‘Cosmic’ yoga for relaxation this week.


Taking time to relax is important! Why not take some time to close your eyes and listen to peaceful music. You could also try some Yoga. There are lots of YouTube clips you can find. Or you could complete some mindfulness colouring.


Please click on the link below to view your Science lesson from last week.

Mrs Longley’s Science Lesson

The videos below are to use in the lesson when Mrs Longley prompts you to look at them:

Life Cycle of a plant

Mrs Longley looks forward to seeing some of your Science work from the lesson on Seesaw.