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Year 3

Below you will find a suggested timetable, similar to the timetable we follow in school, to help you to add some structure to your day. We know that this may not work for everybody so you may want to create your own timetable, which will still allow you to complete the home learning tasks set, in a way that works best for you and your family. Please also find the resources for home learning for each day below - these are uploaded daily by 5pm. Scroll down to find links to useful websites for interactive games and activities. Remember to use your login and password to use Reading Eggs and Times Table Rock Stars.


8:45 –9:00am

9:00 – 10:00am


10:30 – 11:30am



1:00 – 1:30pm

1:30pm - 3pm

3:00 – 3:15pm

Reading/ Get set up and ready for the day.  Take a look at the home learning tasks. Do you have everything you need?


See Home Learning page. It should take you no longer than 1 hour to complete. If you finish early, use TT Rockstars.


Break/ Snack


See Home Learning page. It should take you no longer than 1 hour to complete. If you finish early, spend some time on Reading Eggs or Spelling Shed.

Spelling/ Handwriting See Home Learning page. It should take you no longer than 15-20 minutes to complete.

Lunch/Fresh air outside if you can.

Join your Daily Teams Call.

Afternoon Lesson         

Use the weekly timetable and Home Learning page. If you finish, use this time to complete a creative activity or take part in some daily exercise.

Daily reflection (optional)  

What went well today? Is there anything you needed help with? You could also watch the assembly

or practice some mindfulness.

Class Emails


Please note these email addresses are for when remote learning is in place and will not be monitored regularly. Please email any queries in normal time to the school office. 

Reading Lists

Please see below the lists of books, relating to different topics being covered within the next term, that may support you when deciding on books to read at home. 



Below you will find some resources that may be useful in supporting your child's fluency in reading and phonics progress. 


There is a list of common high frequency words.  In school, the children know these as red words.  Red words cannot be read in the conventional way using phonic sounds.  To practice these words, use a lollystick or your finger to point to the words as you read them.  How quickly can you read each row?  Remember if you make a mistake go back to the beginning of that row! Have fun!


Reading Eggs


We would also like you to continue accessing Reading Eggs  and working your way through the comprehension lessons available on there to continue developing your reading comprehension skills and earn eggs and rewards. 


We will also be using reading eggs to set you lessons within the next few weeks; so please keep a lookout and aim to use reading eggs at least three times a week. 

Times Table Rockstars

Please aim to be using Times Table Rockstars for at least 15 minutes everyday.


We will be setting weekly challenges e.g. who is the most improved student and the top three from the previous week within the chosen challenge will be announced each Monday.


If you cannot remember your log-in, or are having trouble accessing the website/app please let us know.


Week beginning: 22/2/21


This week's challenge is to get the biggest improvement in correct answers over the last 7 days. 


The winner for this week's challenge will be announced on Monday 1st March 2021 during your daily teams meeting on the following Monday.