Added 1/4/20

Hi Year 3 and Mums and Dads,
I have been sent this really useful website. I have looked at some of the activities and they look really good. Try it out and remember to keep checking all the pages to see what I have added. I will start to date when I have added things so you can see what is new. I hope this helps and that you are all keeping well.

New website

There is:- live and active, learning resources and an ideas board for parents.



Dear Parents/carers,
Thank you for visiting this page. I will use it to share general resources which the children can access if learning from home. Feel free to explore these links and resources with your child/children. I will update the other pages regularly for Maths, Literacy and Reading. Please ask your children to read the letter below and I will add more letters for them while they are learning at home.
Lexia – some Year 3 pupils have logins to Lexia which is brilliant phonics/reading resource. If your child uses Lexia at school you can access it by downloading the app. The children will know their username and password. If you would like to check if they use it you can email me to check. We have a class email and if you need to get in touch please email and I will reply as soon as possible. 

Class email –

Twinkl is a fantastic website which covers the whole national curriculum. They are currently offering a free month to help parents through this difficult time.
To sign up, go to and enter the code UKTWINKLHELP. On this website you will find lots of topic ideas. Our topic this week is Anglo Saxons and Scots so you could check out the work they have online for this History topic.  

The BBC Bitesize website has great resources especially for English and Maths, you could explore it with your child.
You could even try to complete some of the challenges on the activity passport:


1. Compose a piece of music
2. Grow your own vegetables
3. Eat something you’ve not tried before
4. Create an Anglo Saxon shield
5. Design and make a board game
6. Climb a tree
7. Create a soundtrack for a piece of film
8. Make a pinhole camera
9. Make a musical instrument
10. Read and perform a piece of poetry
11. Learn a new game
12. Make something out of wood
13. Cook outdoors
14. Learn to play a game of cards
15. Draw or paint your favourite book characters
16. Produce rubbings of fossils
17. Try yoga
18. Eat something you have grown
19. Learn a new skill
20. Stay away from home for a night


The children have looked at some websites that might be useful they have tried the spelling games on the Top marks site and found it easy to find the Year 3/4 spelling. This website also has some games for numeracy. › english-games › spelling-and-grammar.
Oliver Jeffers will be reading a book a day at 6pm – there’s also a back catalogue of his previous reading

Joe Wicks is also doing 5min workouts for kids –

Preview YouTube video 5 Minute Move | Kids Workout 1 | The Body Coach TV

You may want to look at this website which has offered us some free learning

Here are your school’s free CENTURY access codes for learning resources in English, maths and science, all aligned to the National Curriculum:
Share the class codes below with your parents. We have provided a separate class code for each year group below.
Ask parents to visit will need to enter their class code along with their child’s email address. If a child does not have an email address, we recommend setting one up.
The account is created and children can start learning straight away. CENTURY will provide them with a personalised learning path tailored to their skills and knowledge.

Class code: Year 3 – 4PZPS5


Hi Year 3,
Well I have really missed you already and I know it must be strange for you not being at school with your friends. I have missed our chats and the funny things you say and do. I have also struggled without all your help as I am having to remember things for myself and use the computer without your fingers crossed. You have all been extremely grown up over the last couple of weeks and I can’t wait to see you all again.

I really want you to keep working hard and checking the school website regularly so that you keep learning. I would love it if you sent me some photographs to our class email address of the things you have been getting up to. You could also send me an email telling me what else you would like me to put on the website. I know you must be missing your friends so if you want to send a message email me and I will try to put them on our class page.

I can’t wait to see your scores on 10ticks and when we get back to school we will look at the certificates you have earned. Try to have some fun as you learn and remember you can do anything if you try. I will keep you and your families in my prayers and please keep me in yours. Be kind to each other at home and I hope to see you again very soon so that we can have lots more fun together.
Stay safe
Mrs Corcoran 
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Mrs Di Rosa sends her love too and hopes you are all keeping safe and trying your best.  


Hi Year 3,

I can’t believe it has only been one week since I last saw some of you. It feels like such a long time since we were together but I know you are all being so sensible. I am trying to put some new things on the website regularly and have received a couple of emails telling me what you are doing. I would love to get some more and you can send me pictures if you like. If you do send an email please ask your parents if I can put it on the website so that all your friends can see them. 

I hope you are also having some fun and spending time in the sunshine in your garden. As you all know my garden is my favourite place and I have spent some time weeding and planting. I miss you all lots and as I said in my last note I am keeping you and your families in my prayers. I have been in school today and the fish are fine but I do think they are missing you!!!

If we were together at school our topic would be ‘Edible Garden’ however this might be difficult to do at home at the moment because you need seeds. I hope we will get time to do this topic when we get back together. 

I hope to hear from you soon,

Mrs C