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School closure guidance in Year 3

The following information is to help you support your child at home. Any help you can provide your child at home would be very much appreciated.


Below you will find useful resources which you can download and use at home. If your child has difficulty completing tasks set, you can access additional resources within other year groups' class pages.


Class teachers will monitor and update online forums such as My Maths, Numbots and Times Tables Rockstars regularly. Please note however, any work completed will not be marked by class teachers. Any work the children wish to share with the class, such as Chilli Challenges, can be brought in after school reopens, or alternatively please email a picture to the school.

One of the children in Year 3 has also created 4 games using Scratch - click on the links below!
Another child in Year 3 has used it to create an animated story!

Daily Timetable


A few parents have requested a schedule for the day to help with structuring activities. Below is a suggested timetable, but please don't feel obliged to follow this rigidly. Every family is different and has different needs, so adapt and use this only if you want.


Before 9am



Wake up

Eat breakfast, get washed and dressed, brush teeth

9am – 10am

Exercise time!

You could go for a walk with a grown-up in your house (take your dog if you have one!), or maybe do the Joe Wicks PE Lesson live on at 9am

10am – 11am



Work time

Work set by school including spelling practise and work on times tables (2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 8x)

11am – 12pm



Creative time

Lego, drawing, crafting, baking, play music, build something

12pm – 1pm

Lunch time

Help to make lunch by listening to what your grown-ups need you to do – maybe even learn some new cooking skills along the way

1pm – 2pm

Helping around the house

Clear up after lunch, take the plates through to the kitchen and help with the washing up, clean your bedroom and learn how to use the hoover

2pm – 3pm

Quiet time

It’s always really hard to work straight after lunch, so if you get the chance do some quiet reading on your own, do a puzzle, maybe make a rainbow to display in your window

3pm – 4pm

Work time

Work set by school including TTRockstars and MyMaths homework


4pm – 5pm

Best and worst?

Talk about what your favourite part of the day was – is there anything that you want to do tomorrow. If you didn’t go out in the morning maybe go for a walk or a bike ride

5pm – 6pm

Dinner time

Help to make dinner by listening to what your grown-ups need you to do – maybe even learn some new cooking skills along the way

6pm onwards

Free time

Time to relax now – watch some TV or play some games



You decide


Get ready for bed, brush your teeth and do some reading before lights out – it’ll help you sleep better!



Should you have any questions or queries, please email school via the Headteacher email address: stating FAO – name of class teacher.  Your email will then be passed on to the relevant teacher.
BBC Bitesize are also doing a series of lessons through the week that might be fun and useful. Follow the link below to access the different lessons.

Hello from Mr Morton!

Hello from Miss McBeth!