Year 3's home learning! Week 7 (beginning 18th May)

Class: Year 3 Year: 2019 - 2020

Here are some photographs of Alice hard at work planning and writing her letter, labelling a rose from her garden, creating a self portrait, practising her times tables and completing her Egyptian project. Under 'Files to Download', you will also find an informative PowerPoint Alice has put together about London. What a busy week you've had!


Sam has a written a lovely letter to his friend with some fantastic questions! I can imagine Elliott will have a big smile on his face when receiving it.

Harry L has written a fantastic response to Mrs Harrison's letter and created some VE art work. I bet you learnt alot from observing the caterpillar in your garden!


Brodie has used her beautiful handwriting to write a letter informing Mrs Harrison about her yummy flapjacks, colourful painting and six teeth! I can't believe you have lost so many. We thoroughly enjoyed creating the 'You've got a friend in me' video and we are glad you enjoyed it too. 

Danny has been working very hard over the past couple of weeks. He has drawn a fantastic self-portrait, created a book review, wrote a letter in response to Mrs Harrison's, researched London and completed some fantastic maths work. Well done Danny!


I can picture the smile on Reuben's friends face when receiving and reading this beautiful letter. What a lovely friend you are Reuben! It is good to hear that you have been keeping yourself busy with different activites.

Mrs Harrison and Nuala are extremely pleased to have recieved this letter from Erin. How lovely to hear about her new dog which I'm sure she has been having many adventures with.

Here is a letter written by Jack W to his Grandad about how well he and his brothers are doing. It sounds like they have been having lots of fun! Jack also wrote Miss Yates a lovely kindness note which put an extra smile on her face. What a Superstar you are!

Maya has written a beautiful and honest letter in response to Mrs Harrison's letter. It sounds like she has made the most of the outdoors and even created a zipline for her Barbie to travel down from the loft! She has created some fantastic Egyptian artwork which must have taken alot of patience and precision. Well done.


It was lovely to read so many of your letters written to your friends and in response to Mrs Harrison's. We are so glad that you are enjoying your home learning and have been enjoying the outdoors.

Wishing you all a safe and fun half term,

Mrs Harrison and Miss Yates


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