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Home Learning week 11                       22.06.20


Handling data

Complete the information in the pictograms

Information in tables

Carefully study the information and answer the questions

Bar charts

Answer the questions and try to stretch your brain

English and Maths combined


Reading Stories.


Making Lists from Stories

Linking List with Arrows


Reading Dot Plots

Making Grid Plots to Show Relationships.

Writing Statements from Dot Plots



Extreme Earth Topic
Under our feet
Aim: To describe what you find underground.


Test different materials to establish whether light will pass through them



Have a play on this online piano - what tunes can you come you with? Maybe Happy Birthday !!


Year 3 and 4 words on spelling frame

Spelling Rule 3 - The /ʌ/ sound spelt ou

country, young, touch, double, trouble, couple, courage, cousin, rough, tough

Year 2 words

Spelling Rule 21 - The /ɜ:/ sound spelt or after w

word, worm, work, world, worth

More Maths

continue with White Rose Maths Summer Term

Smarties Fractions activity


Home Learning Grid Week 6 11.05.20

This week it’s Fitness Week, yesterday would have been The 2020 London Marathon so we have dedicated our week to thinking about fitness and being healthy. Below are two grids, the normal weekly grid and an extra grid (dedicated to Fitness!) Enjoy all the tasks and challenges. There are also some extra Maths Mastery Challenges in the additional resources section.

Home learning Week 4


You will need to listen to Ch 1-3 of our class book.

The Boy at the Back of the Class



Chapters 1-3

What does the narrator think of Tom, Michael and Josie? Create a character profile about each of them. Maybe you could draw a picture of them too.

Chapters 1-3

What are the characteristics of a good friend?



Chapters 1-3

Why is the chair at the back of the class empty?


Can you create an image of The Empty Chair? You can use any materials you like, Lego, recycling, paint, pencils.

Chapters 1-3

How do you think Ahmet feels when he walks into the classroom for the first time?


How do you think it would feel to go to a new place where you don’t know anyone or know where anything is?

Chapters 1-3

Why is Ch 2 called The Boy with the Lion Eyes? How does the narrator describe Ahmet’s eyes? Find words used by the author.


They reminded me of a programme I saw about lions once’

Use the above starting point to research Lions. Record the facts you find.

Chapters 1-3

Explore the language used so far- Can you explore the meaning of these words?

gangly, ingenious, insightful, rascal, photosynthesis.

Science and Maths

Blood is pumped around the heart through vessels called arteries and veins. Arteries carry blood away from the heart to the rest of the body and the veins return the blood to the heart! Heart rate/beat can be measured, when an artery crosses a bone, press a finger against the skin to feel the blood pumping. Keep trying as it can be tricky to find! This is called your pulse, your pulse rate should be about 70 to 80 beats a minute.

Now, the title of your challenge is;

How does exercise affect your pulse rate?

Find your pulse. Does it change after doing the exercises you've been given this week? Design and carry out an experiment to see how your pulse rate changes after exercise. Is there a graph you may have used last week that you could use again to show your results?

Dance/ Drama/PE



Can you record yourself doing a fitness routine that we could all follow, remember as you deliver your activity just must also talk us through it which I definitely find hard! No longer than two minutes please!!

DT and Art

Being healthy isn't just about exercise, it's also about what you eat and a balanced diet. At the moment we aren't able to go to restaurants for a treat so we would like you to create your own restaurant. We would like you to design a menu in the style of a one page booklet. It will need a front cover with a design displaying the name of your restaurant on the front, and anything else relevant such as a picture of the building or the food you serve. Then inside we would like you to write a menu  offering starter,  main course, pudding and drinks. Your choices MUST be healthy and balanced, using the different food groups that we have talked about in science. Also you must note any warnings at the bottom for example; may contain nuts.

You may even be able to make some of what is on your menu!!

Additional Challenges

Play outdoor Bingo

If you are unable to print this off, make a list in your book to tick off.


Yesterday, it would have been The 2020 London Marathon.

Can you do some research about the history of The London Marathon?

Can you find information on last year’s winners?

Would you like to run The London Marathon one day? Many people decide to do this when they are an adult. Write a list of some things you want to do in the future or places you want to visit.

Find the route of The London Marathon. Draw a picture of the route. What famous landmarks would you see? Can you add them to your map?

Watch this video that features scenes from previous London Marathons. Imagine that you were one of the people taking part and write a diary entry about your experience?

London Marathon Challenge



Home learning 4

Keep fit week - it's time to burn off the Easter chocolate






Fun ideas to help your children stay healthy


Day 1


Personal Challenge 1 - How many skips can you complete in 2 minutes?
Equipment - Skipping Rope, Stopwatch

Make it harder by... skipping on one leg!


Day 2



Equipment needed:

2 tennis balls or equivalent size          

Skipping rope or line

A4 sheet of paper folded in half or sheet of newspaper

How to play the game:

1. Place one ball on the folded sheet of paper at least 2m in front of the line. This is the target ball.

2. Stand behind the line and roll or throw the ball at the target ball.

3. Can you hit the target 5 times in a row (bronze), 10 times (silver), 20 times in a row (gold). Or count how many times in a row you hit the target ball, then try to beat your score.

Further challenges:


 Move the target ball further away.

Increase the target numbers for bronze, silver and gold.

Use a beanbag or screwed up paper which doesn’t roll.


 Use larger balls or bring the target nearer.


Day 3

Outdoor/indoor activity

Obstacle Course

Obstacle courses make great physical games for children. Build a course using some of these ideas in any order:

Lay down a makeshift ladder and have the children step through each rung.

Allow only

jumping/crawling/crab walking from one area of the course to another.

Make a Balance Beam - masking tape is all you really need, make a line on the ground or lay down a skipping rope or put down a piece of wood.

Perform various exercises such as 20 sit-ups or push-ups.

Give your child 2 sheets of newspaper and allow each step to be taken only on a piece of newspaper. This requires the child to reach back and grab the previous step’s sheet of newspaper – tricky!

Create a slalom– they must run zig-zag between obstacles.

  • Jump over various objects.
  • Throw balls to knock down objects.
  • Throw balls into buckets or laundry baskets
  • Use water squirters to hit targets.
  • Make them fill up a cup of water, run a distance to another container, pour the water in the container, and repeat this until they fill up the container to a certain height.

Variations – Make it a competition and time them to see how long it takes them to go through the whole course.


Day 4

Get creative!

Balloon Volleyball

What you need: 1 inflated balloon, a racket, bat or even a hairbrush or wooden spoon.

People: 1 or more

Play: Inside or outside

Ways to play:

Standing up, Kneeling or Sitting Down

Can you keep the balloon in the air by tapping it with your hands?

Can you keep the balloon in the air by using a piece of equipment? A racket, bat or even a hairbrush or wooden spoon.

You can count the number of times you tap the balloon or time yourself.

Play a Game

1. Everyone must be seated. Together, try to see how many times you can volley the balloon to each other.


2. Play 1v1 or 2v2. Create a net, you could use a skipping rope or chairs. Play against each other over the net. If the balloon hits the floor on your side, the other team win a point. If you hit the balloon and it doesn’t go over the net, the other team get a point. Each side is allowed up to three touches on their own side of the net before the balloon must go over.


Big Maths Sound

Home Learning Week 2-  Year 3


Empty your money box or ask Mummy or Daddy for any change they have and remind yourselves of the value of each of the coins. Add and subtract money, work out change. 

Make some money word problems (£ p) that you can answer together.

Money games on topmarks

Can you set up a shop and label the items, ask your family members to come and buy at least 2 items-add them together and work out the totals; you could even work out the change.

Can you be a shape detective? Draw and label the shapes you find  around your home, some may be 2D other may be 3D.

Can you draw a picture using 2D shapes?

Work on addition questions using column addition. Remember to carry the tens.



You do not have to print these-you can use the numbers and copy them into your book.


Make a list of all the words you can use instead of 'said'.

Adding suffixes


Write the words with suffixes added in to your book.

Write a poem for the NHS staff thanking them for all their hard work. Perform it if you can and send us your video.


Create a leaflet about the importance of washing your hands.

Can you include instructions on how to do it properly?



Write a letter to your favourite book character; tell them about what is happening right now in the UK and all around the world.







Draw a detailed map of your surrounding area.  You might want to log onto Google Earth to take a look around.



Write directions from your house to school. 

We know at the moment you can’t go to the park but soon you will be able to. Can you design a poster to attract people to your local park?

Design your own park.  First draw your design in your book or on paper and then create a model of it, you could use anything you have from recycling to lego… we can’t wait to see them.


Look at the power point showing the work of Guiseppe Arcimboldo.


Gather fruit, veg and even plants or wood to create a head in this style. PPT

Guiseppe Arcimboldo.

In pencil, softly sketch your  design, then if possible use water colours to colour your design or use coloured pencils. You can add tissue paper, scrap paper or anything, which will enhance it.

Shadow drawing.

Go out in the garden or by a sunny window and put a toy on the edge of the paper so the sun casts a shadow-draw around the image.


Think back to the self-portraits you did in Year 2. Remember how to draw a face carefully and in proportion.

Spend time looking at a picture of Adolf Hiter-can you draw a portrait of him, remember your shading and take you time.

Try a youtube step by step video like this



Easter is coming and there are many traditions in different families.

What special times do you have with your family?

Draw and decorate an Easter Egg. Around the outside write what the egg represents.

Make a storyboard, in each section tell the Easter Story about how Jesus was crucified and rose from the dead. Draw each picture with sentences underneath.

Use the Holy Week sequencing cards to help

Easter in another country.

Find out how another country celebrates Easter.

Record what you find and if you are able add images.


Exercise daily!!  There are lots of exercise to follow on you tube and children's TV. Get the whole family doing it! See the ‘get moving’ link on our page.

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