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30 Days Wild

June is the perfect time for spotting animals, looking at plants and searching for insects. To give people some inspiration and tips for enjoying the natural world, the Wildlife Trusts are challenging us to connect with nature by carrying out a 'random act of wildness' each day for 30 days.


You can find more information on the Wildlife Trusts website using the link below. 




Follow the link below to find advice on how to keep your child safe online, including a helpful tool to support you in having the right conversations about online safety.


Tweedy's Challenge Week 6

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Gloucestershire Virtual School Games

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Gloucestershire School Games - KS2 Ball Skills

Gloucestershire School Games Photography Competition

Class 3's tributes to our silent heroes

Congratulations Hattie!

Congratulations Hattie! 1 5th place in a writing competition for her poem

Welcome Back Class 3!

I hope you have all had a lovely half term and were able to enjoy the lovely sunshine. 

This week I have uploaded some activities from the Wildlife Trusts 30 Days Wild challenge. What will you do to show your wild side?

Why not try the KS2 Ball Skills Challenge from Gloucestersire Virtual School Games? There is also a photography competition (see the poster for details).

There is an English writing task, Spellings and Dictation, a Maths task, Fluency for every day, a Reading Comprehension to support your project work and VIPERS activities for this week.


Mrs Pryor x

Music Tuition YouTube Links


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More Music from Freya

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Music Challenge

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Home Learning - Week 7

Home Learning - Week 6

Home Learning - Week 6 1 Science with Daniel

Class 3 Song

Welcome to Class 3's page

With the closure of school, our class page will be used as a home-school learning platform. Each Monday, there will be a new selection of educational activities for your child to complete at home during that week. These will be a mixture of interactive, creative and workbook based activities, most of which should be able to be completed independently. Each activity will have a clear set of instructions to help you support your child. Where work needs to be recorded, this will be made clear in the instructions. I have provided each child with a lined and squared exercise book to support you with this. Writing and maths tasks that need to be sent to me for marking can be emailed to Please include photos of your child's work or activities. If you are happy for me to share these on our class page, please state in your email, it would be a lovely way for the children to see what we are all up to! Some mark schemes/answer sheets will be uploaded to our class page for self/adult marking later in the week.


Work set will consist of the following:

A maths task based on the current unit of work or a previous unit to consolidate.

A maths fluency task for each day of the week based around the four number operations.

2 x reading comprehension activities.

A piece of writing to complete

Set of spellings (to be self-tested or by an adult)

An ongoing project with a set of questions linked to the current topic.


I am unable to send reading books home but ask that you continue to read with your child/ren as often as possible while encouraging them to read independently, daily. Epic reading is available online via the class code. There are also various websites and apps that provide plenty of reading materials. Some of these are highlighted in the useful resources section.


Below is an idea of a suggested timetable for you to follow if this is helpful. However, we understand that you may like to structure your day differently to suit your family needs.


Before 9am

Wake up!

Make your bed, eat breakfast, brush teeth, get dressed


Outdoor Time

Family Walk or outdoor play


Academic Time

School work, puzzles,


Creative Time

No Electronics!  Creative play, Lego, craft, music, baking





Home Chores

Clean rooms, put away toys, pet care etc


Academic Time

School Work – Educational games, Online activities


Outdoor Time

Outdoor Play, Fitness games and activities


Dinner Time

Family Dinner, Help with Clean-up and dishes


Bath Time



Reading and Relaxation

Reading before Bedtime





I hope that the next few weeks go smoothly for you and hope that you all stay well. Should you need any assistance from me, please email via the class3 email address.


See you soon.


Mrs Pryor


Reading Resources

This beautiful online book was published with the aim of providing comfort and entertainment to children and their families during lockdown.


The Book of Hopes: Words and Pictures to Comfort, Inspire and Entertain Children in Lockdown is edited by Katherine Rundell - an author many of you will be familiar with. More than 100 children's writers and illustrators have contributed to the book, which is dedicated to doctors, nurses, carers, porters, cleaners and everyone currently working in hospitals. 


The book can be accessed online, courtesy of The Literacy Trust.


There are some really well-known authors including Michael Morpurgo, Onjali Rauf (The Boy at the Back of the Class author), David Almond and many many more. 


Join Joe Wicks for a PE workout. You don't need any equipment, just tune in to his YouTube channel at 9am each morning for a 30-minute, fun workout. Get your parents to join you!


Don't forget to share your photos with me via 

Tweedy's Weekly Challenge

Gloucestershire School Games have teamed up with Tweedy the clown to encourage children to get active during lockdown. Follow the YouTube link below to see the challenges.

English and Spelling resources

Year 3 and 4 Spelling List


Maths Homework Tasks and Resources


Times Tables:



Activities by times table: