Class 3 Homework

Good afternoon everyone! Thank you for all the homework that cam in this week – I’m glad so many people enjoyed playing Mathopoly! This week we are continuing to focus on multiplication games in maths. We have moved on to apostrophes in English and will be asking the children to find examples of their own… Read more »

Homework 30.11.18

Good afternoon, Please find attached this week’s homework. We have been working on more multiplication and adverbs in English. Your children should know the spellings they need from the new lists – the list is in class if they need to double check. There is a list based on the un- prefix we have been… Read more »

Homework help

This week in maths, the class will be working on using multiplication facts to work out larger multiples. For example, working out 6 x 40 = 240 by working out 6 x 4 = 24. In English, they will be re-telling the escape from Pompeii story we are working on. They’ll have story maps to… Read more »

100 Read Challenge

We have started a 100 read challenge. Each time one of our children reads at home and has their record signed, they get a tick and move along the chart. There are prizes available at different milestones, such as reading 25 and 50 times. Remember; the reading record must be signed by an adult to… Read more »

Homework Help

A couple of pointers for homework this week. For maths, you need to be measuring pairs of objects and finding the difference. To do this, measure the larger object,  measure he shorter object – then subtract the length of shorter object from the larger object. We have covered column subtraction in class, though you might… Read more »


This afternoon we did created music using some wooden instruments. We really liked discovering our instruments and he different tempos.

Spot the difference!

  In maths today, we were investigating bar models to find the difference in measurement between objects. We used people to demonstrate. To work this out, we measured Mr Este and subtracted Charley’s height to find the difference. This was 67cm. To check, we used the inverse sum. We found that 1 Charley + 67cm… Read more »

Just a reminder

Hello all,  Just to remind you that it is pyjamas day tomorrow for the Rota kids. Please feel free to come to school in your pyjamas with any donations you can manage. We suggest a pound donation as it is being donated to  Great Ormond Street Hospital, also any good-condition toy donations for St Helenas… Read more »

Uncovering the past

Today we had some very interesting people come into class 3: archaeologists. We did lots of really fun things such as cleaning some really old roman pots and some ancient poo (don’t worry; it was only pretend!)


This afternoon we looked at how a volcano is formed through tectonic plate movement and magma. After working on this, we used vinegar and bicarbonate of soda to create a volcano of our own. The reaction between the acid and alkali caused foam to be released, creating the eruption. A lot of children took instructions… Read more »