Year 3


This Year’s School Theme is


In the same way, let your light shine before others, that they may see your good deeds and glorify your Father in heaven.

Matthew 5:16

The Ancient Egyptians…What Legacy Did This Ancient Civilisations Leave Behind?

Happy Easter and Welcome back to our Summer Term 2020!

I hope you all had a lovely and peaceful Easter and are all ready and eager to get back to learning!

Head over to the Year Three Learning Page for activities for the week.


MATHS Homework Mathletics

All children will have individual maths homework allocated to them on this website. They’ve been given their password & it should be stuck in their Reading diary.   Please let me know if access is a problem.


Mathletics You also have access to the free ebooks on this site – it also works on iPads too! Children will have the login and password stuck in their Reading diaries. It is really important that children read daily and demonstrate a good comprehension of the texts.


All children have their login details – same as last year.


For Parents!


History for kids


Moon Maths

Hit The Button   Place value game InverseMachine

Beat the computer in a place value game! Stop the clock game! Set the Clock. Time travelling Fling The Teacher! Weigh and measure the parcel Measure ingredients Weighing parcels




ENGLISH (and other games for grammar skills)



KS2 English activities


  1. Today I did some FANTASTIC work on maths addition, column and numbers. You need to pick two numbers. Put 3 brackets facing downwards and on your numbers put + your number that is facing down next to the bracket and there should be 2 single numbers on the big numbers that you are going to add together. Add the single numbers together and write your answer down before the bracket. Then move onto the next number down which will be a multiple of 10, you will need to add 2 multiples of 10 which will be different then add them together and write your answer down before the bracket. Now, move on to your next number, you will need to pick 2 numbers which is a multiple of 100,add them together and write down the answer before the bracket. Add all of your equal numbers and them all together then that will give you your final answer of =. There you go, this was what we did in our session of maths today 🙂

  2. I did the sports hall challenge with Stanley , Analeah , Matthew we ran as fast as we could . I do not know if we are in the final !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  3. I really enjoyed doing the sports hall challenge yesterday, some of the obstacles were really hard especially the speed jump challenge, but we all tried our best and I hope we are in the finals!😀😀😀

  4. On Saturday, I had a football match with my team, we drew 1-1 and I got a trophy for man of the match. I enjoyed playing football with my friends because it is fun and it keeps me fit. I enjoy going swimming with school on Monday’s because I love taking part in all sports. I hope all of my class friends had a fun weekend.

  5. The spy mision was so exiting. I was with Mrs Smith in team 7 when we got into the mission I was siting in the drivrs seat and Kian was the co-pilot . I had to stear the stearing wheal and Kian had to turn all the swiches on. Every one in our team had a agent name. I was there befor on Matthew birthday

  6. I think year 3s could be the next 007s (James Bond) you were all excellent at solving the clues, good team work and a most enjoyable and rewarding adventure!

  7. I have some very exciting news for the class and the school. My horrible history story about the Egyptians is going to be in a book. I got a certificate and a letter. I’m so excited

    • Wow, that’s amazing news. Congratulations Madison, well done! You’re certainly a talented writer.

    • Another talented writer! Congratulations Matthew. You must bring it in to share, I can’t wait to see it in print!

  8. This is my 3rd week of homeschool (DACT) we start the day with a Joe wicks work out before I sit down and do my maths and English tasks.Then After my lunch break I do you some art and my online dance lessons .
    And of course the end the day I’m allowed to go on YouTube also keep in touch with my friends from year 3 on Google hangouts.
    I am missing everybody at Brw but I can still say hello on Google hangouts .
    Tilly xx

    • You sound very busy Tilly! I am glad to hear you’re getting a good balance to your day, including keeping in touch with your friends. Best wishes to you and your family, and I will see you before you know it!

  9. This is my fourth week of homeschool I am having so much fun learning new skills like painting, fixing, baking and much more. My favourite part of the week was painting my playhouse, fixing our tree and baking chocolate cupcakes they were yummy. I am missing everybody but I still have hang out so I can message everybody. I have everybody on hangouts so I can keep in touch with what they’re doing.

    • Sounds like you’ve been very busy Tilly. We’ve all missed you too. Hope you have a lovely Easter break. Keep an eye on the Year 3 Learning page for activities and our next topic in two weeks.

  10. Mrs Byrne, I have been trying to get onto Oddizzi but the username doesn’t work. Can you please tell me what it is please?

    • Hi Finley, I am sorry to hear that. Glad to hear you’re having a go though. I will email everyone with a copy asap. Mrs Byrne

  11. Mrs Byrne, I struggled a little bit on the last question of today’s fraction sheet. Can you help me with this when we come back to school please?

    • Hi Finley, I hear you’ve been doing really well with this so well done. Keep persevering! Of course I’ll help you. In the mean time, go back to the video – I’m assuming you are on Week 3, Lesson 4? If not, let me know. This is a tricky one as we don’t know our 7 times tables…yet. (Hint hint)
      Watch from 10 minutes in again. It says to look for equivalent fractions so look at the denominator first. What number are they all multiples of?
      Multiply top and bottom of each fraction by the denominator of the other. Look at the example on this page to see if it helps.

  12. Carelessly, the bumpy cat scratched the wall, with it’s beady claws even though it was scared of heights.

    • An interesting use of beady Shaun. We tend to say ‘beady eyes’ as beads are round like eyes. Can you think of a better adjective for claws? (or talons?) 🙂

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