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Year 3


Happy Tuesday!


Hey everyone, hope you had a wonderful break from work.

(Always important to get some rest between the work!)




This week we are starting to look at shape so one of the first things you will need to know about are lines.


Here is a video with a big spelling mistake on the board!! (can you spot it?)


Also there is a final video to finish Time and converting 12 and 24 hour time, it is worth doing too.





English we are looking at some basic sentence structure and word types, so to star with, what is a sentence?


Also there is a final video from the weeks before on non fiction, looking at facts and opinions.




I was looking around Youtube and found a perfect reading activity for you guys from our very own Mr (Chessman) Moore

               Monday 1st June 2020

Scroll right down to find all the new activities for today:



Fun Stuff

Writing a Recount

Reading - Gangsta Granny Chapter 25

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Playing Card Maths


You don't have to print out these worksheets - just grab a pencil and paper. Scroll down to the bottom to find out the answers. (No cheating!)

Science - Food Chains


A FOOD CHAIN shows how animals (including us) depend on plants and other animals for their food and survival. Two key words to remember here are PRODUCERS and CONSUMERS.


PRODUCERS are plants that make their own food using energy from the sun.

CONSUMERS are animals that eat plants and/or other animals for food.


First click through the PowerPoint which describes Food Chains in a bit more detail.

Then have a go at the Food Chain games from the BBC 

Fun Stuff


Have a go at making these fantastic pictures of bugs, beetles and insects. You can use leaves and sticks, as shown here, or you can use bits of old (clean) packaging you been saving.

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Writing a Recount


A RECOUNT is when you tell somebody about something that has happened to you, or something that you have experienced. I would like you to write a RECOUNT about something that has happened to you recently. I know a lot of you celebrated Eid a few days ago so you could tell me about that - what you did, where you were, what you ate, who you were with and how you felt. If you don't want to write about Eid you could write about something else you have done that you remember well - a trip to the park, making a cake with your family, playing with the hose pipe in the garden.


If you can, send a copy of your recount to the email address above and we will post it up on the website. Happy writing!

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Gangsta Granny Chapter 25

Miss Duncan reads Gangsta Granny by David Walliams, illustrated by Tony Ross and published by HarperCollins.

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Oxford Reading Buddy 


Year 3 Readers of the Week 29/05/20


Click on the ORB subject button below for this week's results

Gangsta Granny Chapter 24

Gangsta Granny Chapter 23

Miss Duncan reads Gangsta Granny by David Walliams, illustrated by Tony Ross and published by HarperCollins.

Gangsta Granny Chapter 22

Miss Duncan reads Gangsta Granny by David Walliams, illustrated by Tony Ross and published by HarperCollins.

Fri - Yay


We hope that you all enjoy celebrating Eid this weekend.  Remember to stay safe.


Next week we are taking a break  from uploading lessons as it is half term.


Lessons will be available on Monday 1st June.


Although we wont be uploading lessons next week we would still like you to use Oxford Reading Buddy.

Gangsta Granny Chapter 21

Miss Duncan reads Gangsta Granny by David Walliams, illustrated by Tony Ross and published by HarperCollins.

Happy Thursday!




Hope you are all doing well, we've been receiving lots of fantastic work via the email address from you guys, please keep it coming!



Here is a fantastic lesson from Mrs Davies (or should I say Senora Davies)


Great opportunity to learn a new language!




With Mrs Patterson we have been doing time and Mrs Duncan some more fractions so I've got some videos of both for you.


The time one



The fraction one


Some extra ones on fractions




Staying on the non fiction train this week.

Here is me making a review using time language, I think....





Here is a short video for you to watch and there are some questions to go with it.


How does Purl feel at the beginning? How do you know?

How would you feel at your first day at work?

How does her attitude change over the story? Why do you think this is?

What does she learn? What do the people in the office learn?

What do you think is the message of the video?






Wednesday 20th May 2020


Good Morning children.

Hopefully, it won't be too long before school opens.

We can't wait to see you all again. 

Here are some lessons for today. Have fun.

Gangsta Granny Chapter 20

Miss Duncan reads Gangsta Granny by David Walliams, illustrated by Tony Ross and published by HarperCollins.

Gangsta Granny Chapter 19

Miss Duncan reads chapter 19 of Gangsta Granny by David Walliams, illustrated by Tony Ross and published by HarperCollins.

Hi Guys,


We hope you are enjoying our lessons, we are trying to keep them as interact as possible.


Don't hesitate to email us if you have any problems with the activities we're setting.

Happy Monday!


Hope you had a lovely rest over the weekend and looking forward to a solid week of work. Not long now until we will be seeing each other again, we can't wait to see you guys and be amazed by  all the progress you've made in your work.





This week we are starting to look at time.


First lesson is just understanding the clock and how it works. 

Why not make and label your own clock to explain to me how it works.



English we are carrying on with non fiction writing.

Im looking to see you make me a recipe which isn't food based if possible, try and be inventive, what about recipe for being a good friend, or recipe for happy week?





As a year group we have one of the lowest scores in the school on Oxford Reading Buddy, actually 3J especially, so your target today is to get over 80% in at least three comprehensions, we will be going online to see who has accessed.

Friday 15th May 2020


Good morning children. 


Here are some lessons for today:

Gangsta Granny Chapter 18

Miss Duncan reads Gangsta Granny by David Walliams, illustrated by Tony Ross and published by HarperCollins.

Good Morning Year 3,


Hope you have a Fantastic Thursday!!!!


Besides school work we would love to know what other activities you have been doing since Lock Down.  


It's important to have as much FUN as you can during this period of difficulty...


Maybe you can think of your own games to play with your siblings or parents.


I would like to THANK the parents who I spoke to yesterday. You all cheered me up and made me proud to work at ANGLESEY PRIMARY.  We will always go the extra mile for our children.... Thanks for appreciating our videos.


Keep smiling guys.  smiley 

Gangsta Granny Chapter 17

Miss Duncan reads Gangsta Granny by David Walliams, illustrated by Tony Ross and published by HarperCollins.

Happy Wednesday!


Hey, hope you are all well. There's been so many exciting things going on, hard to keep on top of it all.




We have started to look at fractions this week.


Here is a video to look at fractions of shape

can you cut out some shapes and label them into fractions (such as into 1/4, 1/5, 1/10) and send them into us



We've been looking at lots of features of non fiction including, sub headings, bullet points, layouts,  trying making adverts.

Now we are starting to put all our skills together, below is a video to show how I might go about making a biography.


looking forward to reading yours and learning about someone new!




Reading is a little different today, as part of next weeks non fiction we will be looking at writing a review. I want you to pick a good book, fiction preferably, enjoy reading it over the next week.

Think hard as you read about the different characters, how they interact. 

What is happening in the story. Where the story is set. 

Is there a dilemma in the story that the characters have to overcome? How do they do it?

Do you enjoy the story, why.

You don't need to write anything yet, but get thinking!




Have a go at drawing a face with Mrs Penn. email us your best one!



Tuesday 12th May 2020


Hello children. I hope you and your families are all well and not too bored. Sometimes it is difficult to stay happy and positive in these challenging times and I get a little down because I am missing you all and wish we could all get back to normal. However,  I then think how lucky we are to have our families and friends, it's spring time and the birds are singing and the flowers are blooming, and we have the fantastic NHS to help us. 

If you are feeling a bit down, try to have a chat with someone you are close to - I'm sure they feel the same way. Or keep a diary because sometimes writing things down can help you feel better. Be kind and helpful, do some exercises every day and lets keep going!

Miss Duncan reads chapter 16 of Gangsta Granny

Oxford Reading Buddy


Latest news from Oxford


If you are using an IPAD to log in please make sure you have iOS11 or above.


If you have any difficulties accessing Oxford Reading Buddy do get in touch using your year group email so we can try and resolve it for you.


Also, if you notice books that have been read already reappearing, this is not a fault. Books will reappear if your child needs another opportunity to improve their quiz score in order for them to progress to the next book band.

                     Monday 11th May 2020

Gangsta Granny Chapter 15

Miss Duncan reads Gangsta Granny by David Walliams, illustrated by Tony Ross and published by HarperCollins.

How to Play - Part 1

Where do the pieces go on the board?
Which way round does the board go?
Where does the queen go?

       Friday 8th May  V.E Day Bank Holiday 

VE Day 75th Year celebration

Times might be hard now, but 75 years ago today we celebrated the end of this.

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Happy VE day everyone.


Today is such an important celebration as it is the day we celebrate the Victory over Europe (That's what the VE stands for)


World war two was the biggest war ever, and Britain played a central role defending the world against the tyranny of Right Wing extremism. Enemies wanted to take away our freedoms, they wanted to tell us what to do, what to wear and what to think. But we knew that freedom was the most important thing.


Countries such as Britain, India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Many African nations, Canada, Australia all came together to defend our way of life.


Here is a quick video to show how the war spread.


This explains what VE day is


Your task is to make a poster, using the non fiction skills you have learnt, to show why VE day is so important.

Please send your completed work to

Gangsta Granny Chapter 13 & 14

Miss Duncan reads Gangsta Granny by David Walliams, illustrated by Tony Ross and published by HarperCollins.

Lessons for Thursday 07th of May 2020

Happy Thursday!


Good morning children.


Hope you've been enjoying the sun and learning all about non fiction and capacity.




Continuing on from Mrs Patterson lesson looking at the different types of capacity, we are looking in more detail at how to read different points on the scale.


Can you find different types of scale around the house? They don't just have to be capacity!

If you label different points, can you work out what the value is?




We have been looking at non fiction texts and different features.


I would like you to invent your own creation, it could be something completely new that solves some problem we all have. And you are going to try and advertise it to me.


I am going to put the most tempting creations up on the website


Think about what problem your device solves, how it will change my life, what incredible things it does.



Inference: Your challenge is to watch the video and guess the feeling from what you see.


Extension: write down as many different emotions as possible on a piece of paper (at least 20!) cut them all up and pop them in a bag. Pick them at random and you have to do that feeling, your partner has to guess what your emotion is.


Send photos of your different emotions to our email if you would like! look forward to seeing the most unusual.





Mrs Penn has a new game for you! very exciting.

                           Wednesday 6th May 2020

Gangsta Granny Chapter 12

Miss Duncan reads Gangsta Granny by David Walliams, illustrated by Tony Ross and published by HarperCollins.

Tuesday 5th May 2020


We hope that everyone is well and staying safe at home! Below are your lessons for Tuesday. Please attempt all the activities!!!

If you have any problems feel free to email the teachers.  We are more than happy to help!!!


Y3 Staff


Gangsta Granny Chapter 11

Miss Duncan reads Gangsta Granny by David Walliams, illustrated by Tony Ross and published by HarperCollins.

Happy Monday


Hope you all had a lovely weekend and have been enjoying all the amazing resources offered by the BBC.



For Maths this week we are doing one more lesson on area and then moving on to capacity.


Here is the Area lesson



For English this week we are moving onto some non fiction writing. for our first lesson, a simple one just to remind us what subheading are and to have a go at using them in conjunction with bullet points.


Here is the Subheading lesson



For Reading I'd like you to get onto Oxford reading buddy and move up at least one level, that's your little challenge for today. Remember to do this you need to get at least 80% in five tests in a row. Easy way to do that is to check back for each answer, as all the answers are in the book, you could even use the internet to help you?





Have you had a go at the chess? All the pieces have been made, so more videos will be arriving to show some tactics.

Email us on


Oxford Reading Buddy 


Year 3 Readers of the Week 01/05/20


Click on the ORB subject button below for this week's results


Friday 1st May 2020


Gooooooood MoooooorNING children.


Silly stuff!


Play this game with your family using rolled up socks. Place baskets or boxes around the room and throw the rolled up socks into them. The closest baskets have the least amount of points, and the baskets furthest away have the most amount of points. You can have as many baskets or boxes as you want/have, but each one should have different points. Everybody playing the game has to throw from the same position. Add up the points at the end to see who has won.

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Gangsta Granny Chapter 10

Gangsta Granny by David Walliams, illustrated by Tony Ross and published by HarperCollins.



Here is a quick video to show you how to draw a skeleton. Try to remember the names of the bones as you draw them ? 

How to draw a skeleton



Here is some work on PERIMETER.

PERIMETER is when you measure around the outside of a shape. You will also need to remember the work that we have already covered on measuring in cm and mm. Grab a piece of paper to jot down your calculations and answers and then scroll down the worksheet to check your answers. Good luck.



Using the storymap of PIP, that Mrs Patterson asked you to draw, WRITE the story of PIP in words. You could even make your own little book to read to your family.  Try to include some of the things that you have been learning about over the last few weeks:


Adjectives and adverbs

Fronted adverbials 

Speech marks


Questions to the reader to build up suspense.


and, OF COURSE, don't forget your full stops and capital letters.

Thursday 30th April,


Hi everyone, we hope you have been enjoying the lessons we have set you this week.


It's important that you attempt all the activities. Remember to try your best guys!


What's also important is that you have FUN!!!!


We would love to see any fun activities you have been doing.

Email us:


Lessons for Thursday are:







Hi Guys,


Here is Part 2 of Mrs Patterson's wall, watch the video and work out the perimeter of the Tile Creases please.

Mrs Patterson's Wall Part 2

Work out the perimeter of the Tile Creases below!

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Work out the perimeter of the Tile Creases below! 2

Pip | A Short Animated Film

Dog's heroics will make you cry! Donate at Click here for the audio description for the visually impaired:

Can you draw a story map from the short film 'Pip'?

Can you draw a story map from the short film 'Pip'? 1


We are approaching world kindness day, can you keep a diary of all the kind acts you have done throughout the week.

You have been learning about Skeletons this week.

I would like you to write 5 Fun facts about Skeletons

Imanah has some impressive ideas about how to keep fit during Lock Down.... Fabulous Job!



Miss Duncan reads Chapter 9 of Gangsta Granny by David Walliams. Why don't you read along with her?

Gangsta Granny Chapter 9

Miss Duncan reads chapter 9 of Gangsta Granny by David Walliams, illustrated by Tony Ross and published by HarperCollins.

Happy Wednesday



Hope you are all well and happy, I'm really enjoying all the story writing techniques.

There have been some great entries into the poetry competition. Am looking forward to seeing more poems, even if you don't perform them, you can still write them and hand them in. Why not write about Ramadan?



Can you research by talking to your family or going online, all about Ramadan and find out where it originates from?

What is the purpose of fasting? Why do people do it and how does it help?





Carrying on with our measurement week, in maths, here is a video all about perimeter, have a go at home.




To enhance your sentences with our story writing, here is some work to do with using your senses.




Listen to this story.


Quick questions...

Why did the boy eat so many books?

Why do you think he ate more than he should?

Why did he begin to have nightmares?

How do you think his parents felt?

What is the message of the book do you think?

Why is there a bite missing from the book?

Miss Duncan reads Chapter 8 of Gangsta Granny by David Walliams

Gangsta Granny Chapter 8

Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube.

Try our quick year 3 literacy quiz. 

Pop in your name and answer the questions, we can see who has accessed it and how well you did.

Click the link below. 


Tuesday 28th April 2020


Hello children,

We hope you and your families are well. We have had lots of visits to the Anglesey School website and we hope you are finding the lessons and activities we are posting entertaining and educational. If you struggle to understand anything, or need to ask a question, email us with your questions and we will do our best to help you. You can also send us pictures of your stories, drawings and models and we will include them on the website.

Happy Learning!






Chapters 6 & 7 of Gangsta Granny 

Gangsta Granny Chapters 6 & 7

Miss Duncan reads chapters 6 & 7 of Gangsta Granny by David Walliams, illustrated by Tony Ross and published by HarperCollins



Watch the You Tube video first to help you complete the worksheet. You will need a pencil and paper to copy out some text, but if you don't have these you should just read all the information and try to remember the names of some of your bones.

Your Super Skeleton!

Maybe you've seen skeletons in museums, or in Halloween decorations, but do you know how powerful your skeleton really is? Learn some fun facts about your bo...

The Skeleton Dance | Super Simple Songs

Watch videos from Super Simple in the Super Simple App for iOS! ► Based on the song "Dem Bones," use "The Skeleton Dance" to practice...



If you have had a go at the maths from last week, (about measuring in centimetres and millimetres), you should be able to answer these questions. There are three  - easy, medium and hard - but do as many as you can. Below the picture there is a word document with a maths problem for you to talk and think about.

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Yesterday you watched a short film about Pip - a puppy who wants to be a guide dog for a blind person. On a piece of paper I want you to write a description of the following:


1. How do you think Pip feels as he walks through the school gates?


2. What pictures does Pip look at as he walks through the door? Why is he interested in these?


3. The female dog trainer needs to check that Pip is big enough to become a guide dog. What does he do to make sure he passes the test?


4. What does he do and how does he feel when he is allowed into training?


You don't need to write a lot - just a sentence or two  but try to include some adjectives, some adverbs and some conjunctions (such as: because, even though and so) Keep hold of this work because it will help you later in the week when you write the story. 





Ramadan Mubarak


With love from the year 3 team


email us on


Hi Year 3,


We hope you had a lovely weekend and managed to make the most out of the wonderful weather we've had!


Lessons for Monday are:







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Maths wall challenge

Can you calculate the length and height of my wall?

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Can you calculate the length and height of my wall? 2


Watch the short animation clip.  As you watch it start thinking about the questions below the clip.


This task is about using your imagination and inference skills.



Pip | A Short Animated Film

Dog's heroics will make you cry! Donate at Click here for the audio description for the visually impaired:

The 5ws

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What's up Doc?

How many different drills can you do?

Think about hopping, jumping skipping, bunny hops, lunges.

Do a minute of each drill if you can.

Stamina Drills

Gangsta Granny Chapter 5

Miss Duncan reads chapter 5 of Gangsta Granny by David Walliams, illustrated by Tony Ross and published by HarperCollins.

We've got  little task for you over the weekend.


As we are having a school wide poetry competition, would you be able to write us a poem about Ramadan, if you are to shy to perform it, please just email us a copy of the poem to but obviously it would be great for it be performed.


Poems don't need to have rhyming words (but they do sound good!)


Think about the rhythm  and the pace of the poem. 


It can be about the things you do, the way you feel and the reasons why.


See you Monday!

Year 3 Team.



Happy Friday guys!

And hope you're having a fantastic first day of Ramadan


hope you've had a great week and looking forward to the weekend. 


There has been so much on...


School wide poetry competition


Chess club is up and running



Art lessons from Mrs Penn



Your English lesson today is a bit of varying openers.


Follow the tutorial and see if you can make an exciting paragraph. Work to be emailed into us please.



Your Reading today is to listen to Crazy hair.


Can you make your own poem about your hair? maybe you could perform it and send it in to us?



Your Maths is to learn all about adding and subtracting fractions.


There are two parts to this lesson, posted below.

 Part 1

Part 2







Your PE lesson takes a lot of upper body strength.

Show me how strong you are Year 3!!!

I would love to see your videos.


Email us at


Mrs P

School wide poetry competition - Queen of Quarantine

Some inspirational performances from the school wide poetry competition. Please keep sending us your videos to your year group email and hopefully we can pub...

School wide poetry competition.

This is open to every year, send your performances to or your year group email and we will be popping the best ones online for all to...

Thursday 23rd April


Good morning Year 3,


Today we have the next section of the Spooky Story available for you in the Writing Section. 


Why not check through all of the subject tabs to see if you have missed anything we have posted and be sure to see Mrs Patterson's new skipping post in the PE section!


Hi Year 3,


I made a quick skipping PE tutorial for your PE lesson tomorrow.


Please check it out on our PE page below. I look forward to seeing your videos.


I have also filmed a dance for Friday, I'm making them more tricky. Every Friday I will be teaching you the latest social media dances... smiley


Hope you're well and staying safe.


Mrs Patterson

Wednesday 22nd April


Hi everyone!


Today, we have posted lessons for the following subjects in their subject pages:


Writing- complete the next paragraph of your spooky story!


Reading- have you completed the Superheroes comprehension and read some of the books on your Oxford Reading Buddy site?

Happy Tuesday guys!


Hope you all had an amazing break over Easter.


We set a challenge to find out what Easter is, who celebrates it and how it originally got it's name, I'm still looking forward to having your work on that, please send it to



For reading don't forget to login to Oxford reading buddy and move those levels up! There's also a reading comprehension to do too this week. CLICK ON THE READING ICON ABOVE TO FIND THE ACTIVITY.




We've got a little maths challenge for you today, to go with your work on measure, there is also going to be some work on multiplication.


Today will be looking at multiplication on a numberline and tomorrow will be looking at using the grid method. CLICK ON THE MATHS ICON ABOVE TO SEE THE VIDEOS!!



Jayden's Pool Ball Maths riddle

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My boys did their Easter Egg designs today as a home  schooling activity. Show me your designs Year 3!

As it's nearly Easter, can you please design your own Easter Eggs? Ask your parents to email your pictures to the teachers.

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As a follow on from Mason's video.  He has another problem.

Money Part 2

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How much money does Mason have?

Mason's Money.... Can you recognise coins and tell me how much money he has? The first picture is what he genuinely had. The other two pictures are additional.

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Mason's Money.... Can you recognise coins and tell me how much money he has?  The first picture is what he genuinely had.  The other two pictures are additional. 2
Mason's Money.... Can you recognise coins and tell me how much money he has?  The first picture is what he genuinely had.  The other two pictures are additional. 3


See if you can do the 60 second challenge below..... Record your score. I will record mine!

Keeping active

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 In PSHE this week we are looking at how others see us. 


What do you think your Year 3 teacher might say about you?



Here is another fable. Remember, a fable is a story that usually has animals as characters. There are good and wise characters, who follow the moral of the story and lazy or foolish characters, who do not follow the moral of the story.



Follow Joe Wicks on YouTube for 30 minutes of live P.E..



Following on from Mr Jordan's lesson here is some work on main and subordinate clauses.



You have to learn how to tell the time on both a digital clock and an analogue clock. Have a go at identifying the times on these clocks. 

If you have a paper plate at home, some cardboard and some pens you could have a go at making yourself a paper clock which you could use when practising how to tell the time. 

Happy Friday Children.


Any questions, then email


Hope you've had a great week of work.

Make sure you are helping your parents as much as possible and being the best you can be.



Today we've got a little lesson on subtraction with a numberline for you to have a go at. Follow the video and pause to try things out as you go along. This should link into some of the other maths work you have been set.



We also have a lesson on enhancing sentences using subordinate clauses.

Make sure you've got a pen and paper to hand so you can work alongside it.




Miss Coleman has being doing an experiment with plants, which would be really nice to try as well seeing as the sun is out. There is a link to her video below.



For reading, I'd like you to have a conversation with your family members and find out what their favourite books are. You need to quiz them on why they like that book, what they find exciting about it. Who are their favourite characters and who they would recommend it to.



Those of you in 3J can continue the Matilda story on the School Youtube channel.






Hi Year 3,


I hope you are well and keeping up with all of the lessons!!!


On Thursday 26th March there will be four lessons for you to do.


You have:

Reading Comprehension





I have added another lesson which might not be on your classroom timetable.


I'm calling it life skills.  Your life skills lesson for today will be to tie your laces.


I will upload a video of how to do it. Let's see how many of you can achieve it by the time you see us again.


Also, on Friday as promised I'm going to put on a dance routine for you to practise it's your PE Dance lesson.  You have all been asking me to do the song

'Better when I'm dancing'.


I've finally learnt the moves again.......  Will upload it on Friday for your Freaky Friday Fun! smiley


See you later

Maths - adding lengths together - Just because it's in length, the same addition skills apply!!!

English - Use all those skills that Mr Jordan taught you the other day and write a short descriptive piece.

How to tie your laces!

As promised a short clip about tying your shoe laces.
Imagine the two laces are bunny ears..... Make the ears similar size and loop them around each other.
Good luck trying Year 3




Please try to read a little bit every day. We know that some of you took books home from school to read but take advantage of all the books that you can find and share them with your brothers and sisters.


Here is a special kind of short story called a FABLE. Fables usually have animals as the characters and there is an important lesson in the story for us all to learn from.


30 minutes of PE every day with Joe Wicks on You Tube.

Watch it live at 9a.m. every day or follow it when you have time.



Practise your number bonds to 100 and 1000

Number Fun – Free 30-day support pack


Anglesey uses a company called Number Fun to help deliver brilliant mathematics learning and songs.


Please see the link below and sign up for a free 30 day home mathematics support pack where you can download all sorts of activities and the children can continue to learn their favourite Number Fun songs such as:



Table Troopers

Groovy Man

Square Number Bashing



Fronted Adverbials - following on from Mr Jordan's lesson here are some sentences to practice with:



We have been learning about the Earth's surface in the last few weeks. Watch this video to learn a little bit about different types of rock that can be found on the ground beneath our feet.


Why don't you look in your own yard or back garden for interesting rocks, and start your own collection.

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Picture 3 Year 3 are researching about the UK

Festive Jumper Day from Year 3

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Y3 Rap written by N. Patterson #Will Smith #Fresh Prince

Year 3 have been learning about Armistice Day. They enjoyed performing their rap!

Welcome to Year 3


Class teachers.


Class 3P  - Ms Patterson

Class 3D  - Ms Duncan

Class 3J   - Mr Jordan


Hope you've had a lovely break over the summer and are refreshed and ready for a wonderful year of school work.

We have so many exciting things coming up and can't wait to get started.


This term we will be focusing on our Powerful Plants topic. We will be visiting the garden and getting the chance to plant our own crops which we will be harvesting and cooking later in the year.


We are looking at fairy tales over this half term, as well as working on our basic number school.

In ICT we will be creating our own websites and beginning to learn how to make stop motion.


1. You can’t see your ears without a mirror.

2. You can’t count your hair.

3. You can’t breathe through your nose with your tongue out.

4. You just tried No 3.

6. When you did No 3 you realised that it was not only possible       but that you looked like a dog.

7. You are smiling right now, because you were fooled.

8. You skipped No 5

9. You just checked to see if there was a No 5.

10.Share this with your family so they can have some fun too.

Lets all have a nice day 😊


Most important in these frustrating times – silly fun:



Have a treasure hunt around the house. There are different ways to do this:

  1. One person hides a little treat somewhere in the house and everybody else has to find it.
  2. (My favourite) One person could hide a series of written clues which lead to a little treat hidden somewhere in the house. For example: the first clue could say, ‘We always use this to change the channels on the TV’ and then taped to the back of the TV remote the second clue could say, ‘This is where we keep all the apples and oranges’, and so on.
  3. One person could draw a treasure map so that others can find the hidden treats. The treasure map could include all kinds of details, such as rivers of killer piranha fish, or a field of poisonous plants. 


Don’t forget that the ‘treasure’ does not have to be money. It could be some cookies or a drink of hot chocolate. We hope you have lots of fun with this game.


Anyway, here is some work for Thursday 2nd April 2020


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