Hi Year 3,

There has had to be some changes to our sacramental programme. Here is a letter to explain the changes.

Take care and see you soon.

Mrs Corcoran 

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I am so sorry but the Star of the week last week did not appear on the page. I have put last week’s and this week’s on the page again here.

We have had two amazing children who have been working so hard. Last week our star was Jaheim and this week it is Lauren. Keep watching for our next star it could be you. 

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Hi Year 3,

Firstly I need to apologise to Ethan. I had told him I would put a photograph of his amazing shield on here and I forgot to do it. I am really sorry, but it is here at last. Ethan made this shield at home with his family. I think it is fantastic, if you send me some photographs I will try to put them on here. Keep up the good work.


Hi Year 3,

Well done again for all your hard work this week. I have received some amazing work, but if you are having any trouble with the work please let me know. I have a challenge for you this week, your challenge is to send a photo of yourself reading a book in the most unusual place you can find. I am going to put the photos here on the website and send them to the library in a big book for a competition about reading during lockdown. You could be under the covers of your bed, in a cupboard, in the garden, in the park or on the stairs. Make sure you are being safe and try to think of somewhere really unusual. I am going to give a certificate and prize to the best ones. If you have anything else related to reading please send it in for the competition. Lauren has already sent me a video of her reading the first chapter of Stig of the dump. You could also send me a book review or a drawing of your favourite book. Please send me lots and keep me busy.

This week it was very difficult to choose a Star of the week because lots of you have been completing some excellent work. Please don’t tell Mrs Shore but I have had to choose two children. These two boys have completed the most work this week and tried really hard in these difficult times. Stars of the week are Adam and Darren!!!!

Well done Boys.

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Hi Year 3,

I am so proud of you all and the way you are trying to complete the work at home. I have received lots of brilliant pictures and pieces of work. Keep up the good work and take care.

Our star of the week this week is a young man who has worked really hard with all his work. I have looked at some of his work and his handwriting was just as good as if he was in school.

Star of the week is Samuel Praise.

Well done

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I have put all the work on Google classroom this week. I have changed some things and you should find it easier to hand the work in. If you are still finding this difficult please email me or send a message on Google classroom and I can put it on here as well. 


Hi Year 3,

I am so proud of how you have worked hard this week. I know this is sometimes difficult but some of you have really worked out how to submit or hand in your finished work. I will try to put the work on Google classroom and on here to so that you have two ways of accessing it. This week our star of the week is Mia because she has submitted her work and it was amazing.

Well done Mia.

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Work for week beginning 11th January 2021

There are lots of activities on BBC learning and this is the timetable to help you. If you try some of these send me some pictures of your work.

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This is a link to spellings for Year 3 and 4 for you to use for your handwriting.



This week we will continue to work on division. We will try another method called the Bus stop method. I have added work on here and on Google classroom in case you are having trouble using either one. I have added worksheets for you to complete and I know you can all do the Chilli one challenges but I would like you to challenge yourself and try the Chilli 2 challenges.  For Monday there is only a Chilli one challenge as it is our first day of working on the bus stop method. 


Monday’s work

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Tuesday’s work

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Wednesday’s work

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Thursday’s work – Now try this fun activity

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Friday’s work – Try this quick assessment.

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Continue with 10ticks.

This week we will be looking at division, when we divide we are sharing. 



This week we are going to complete some work that will help us to create a story at the end of the week.  

Try the activity for each day.

Monday –

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Tuesday –

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Wednesday –

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Thursday –

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Friday –

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Now try to write a story about one of the pictures below. There are some questions and the beginning of a story for you to continue. If you choose the Beanstalk picture try to write your own story not just a copy of Jack and the beanstalk.

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I will get some people to read your stories and choose their favourite and then we will have a prize for the best one. 


Topic work

We are going to continue to look at the Romans. This week watch this powerpoint and then try to design your own. You could also try to make your own instrument like the ones in the powerpoint. 

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We have been thinking about our life being like a journey. Here is a powerpoint about the Liturgical calendar – the journey through the Church’s year and the colours associated with this. Watch this and then complete the sheet to make your own Liturgical wheel.

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Fun things to do

Watch this clip about Hadrian’s wall.https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/clips/zhq76sg Then try to create a wall out of junk modelling. Make a fact file all about the wall. 


 Reading comprehension

Try this reading comprehension.

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Hi Year 3,

I am very upset that we are not together again but we need to keep everybody safe and hopefully things will get back to normal very soon. I have set new work on 10ticks for you all and there will be work on Google classroom every day. If you are having any difficulties with either of these things then please get in touch by email at our Year 3 email address. 

year3@st-annes-pri.manchester.sch.uk I have spoken to a few of you by email and I have said that I will put some work on here while we sort some of the little problems. 

Here is some work for today and I hope everybody can access Google classroom by today.


Here is a powerpoint all about adverbs. We have already done some work with adverbs and I know you will be able to complete this work today. Notes and Guidance • From KS1, children may already know that an adverb is a word that describes more about a verb. • Children need to know that an adverb can be formed by adding -ly to words, but there are exceptions to this rule, e.g. fastly. • This step focuses specifically on identifying adverbs and how they are used to describe a verb and modify a sentence. • Children need to know that adverbs describe verbs in different ways. They describe how, how often, when or where a verb is done. • Children should be able to use their knowledge of word classes to recognise adverbs in sentences and explain how they have been used. • Children should know that adverbs can move location within a sentence. Focused Questions • Identify the verb in this sentence. What adverb can be added to the verb to give extra detail? • Identify the adverb in this sentence. Is the adverb telling us how or when the verb is done? Is the adverb telling us how often or where the verb is done? • Which adverb tells us where a verb is done? I have put three sheets on here you should all be able to complete the first sheet. I would like you to try to challenge yourself and look at the second sheet. 


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Try these multiplication and Division questions

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This is a brilliant website for you to use to find out about Romans. There is a just for fun section near to the bottom of the page. During the next few weeks try to complete as many of the activities as you can.

www.theschoolrun.com     Roman Empire 

There are lots of activities that you can look at for other subjects too. You could also try to make your own Roman shield which we would have been doing in class. There are lots of examples if you google images on line.

This might help you