Saturday, 16 June 2018

English Homework 15.06.18

This week's English homework is a reading comprehension. It is a report containing facts about whales.

Read the following text and answer the questions underneath.

  1. Where do whales live?
  2. For how long can whales hold their breath?
  3. Which is the largest animal in the world?
  4. What do most whales eat?
  5. What do whales have to help them swim?
  6. Whales use their flippers to swim around. Think of two ways we use our legs to move around. 
  7. Which fact tells you that the blue whale is heavy?
  8. Why do you think we should protect whales?
  9. This report contains many facts, such as Whales live in seas and oceans. Can you find two other facts about whales?

Spellings 15.6.18

This week's spellings all contain an 'ay' sound that is either spelt ei, eigh or ey.

  1. reign
  2. vein
  3. eight
  4. eighteen
  5. neighbour
  6. weigh
  7. weight 
  8. obeyed
  9. prey
  10. they

Thursday, 14 June 2018

Times Tables Challenge

Congratulations to the following children who have completed their Times Tables Challenge this week:

  • Rifatur
  • Lithuli
  • Byron
  • Miley
  • Maheera
  • Keira
  • Fayaz
  • Jay

This week saw our highest number of children complete their Times Tables Challenge so far - eight!

Year 3 truly are becoming Times Tables Champions! 

Well done to you all 

Maths Homework 15.06.18

Click on the link below to play a game where you need to read and measure using scales. You will need to help Hutch make different cakes following a recipe.

Try and play all three games:

  1. Choose the Measure
  2. Use a measuring scale
  3. Calculate and measure

Friday, 25 May 2018

Times Tables Challenge

Congratulations to the following children who completed their Times Tables Challenge last week:

  • Charlotte
  • Imogen
  • Jasmin
  • Keira
  • Maheera
  • Miley
  • Jay

English Homework 25.05.18

Next half term, we will be writing a non-chronological report all about endangered animals.

In order to help you write your report, please do some research on an endangered animal listed below:

  • tiger
  • African Rhino
  • Asian elephant
  • sea turtle
  • polar bear
  • giant panda
  • snow leopard
  • orang-utan
  • gorilla
If you wish to choose an animal of your own, you may do so but make sure that it is endangered!

Thursday, 24 May 2018


We learned a new poem in Music this week, and put actions and sounds to it.