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Week 3 (Week beginning 20th April)

Remember to log-on and give Timestables Rockstars and Numbots a try. Your teacher will have given you the log on details if you were in school on the last Friday. If you don't have them, ring the office to get hold of them.

Fractions Mathematics Task


Please click on the link below which takes you to the White Rose Maths Website.


This week, the lessons focus on Equivalent fractions (Fractions which re the SAME or EQUAL). There are 5 lessons in total, but you can begin to attempt lessons 1 to 3, or have a go at all 5 over the course of the week if you like.


First of all, look at lesson 1 'Equivalent fractions 2' Watch the 5 minute teaching video. Then click on the worksheet and give it a go in your Home Learning Book. The sheets follow the similar school structure of Fluency, Reasoning and Problem Solving.


Once completed, click on the answer sheet and mark your work.

National Academy - As recommended by the UK Government

The Government have commissioned the National Academy to produce daily lessons for English, maths and foundation subject - in line with the Year 3 National Curriculum.


If you look at the pdf document above, it includes the timetable for the whole week - the lessons for science have a focus on fossils and chemical changes; humanities focuses on World War One; and Spanish looks at the alphabet and numbers. Here is the link


If possible, complete any of the activities in your Home Learning Book.

Other Home Learning Activities

Mrs White's Science Challenge!

Need something extra? The BBC are doing Bitesize Daily Lessons launching on Monday 20 April. Follow the link and choose your year group.



Every week, The Premier League are setting education-linked challenges that are a great way for you and your family to get involved in fun football-related activities that will inspire and engage.


Why not have a go at this week’s drawing challenge? Show The Premier League your completed work on Twitter at @PLCommunities using #PLPrimaryStars or drop them an email at They will feature some of the best on their Premier League Primary Stars community page and on


Remember to stay safe online - only include the young person's first name and age on their pictures, posts and correspondence with them.