Week 11 22/6/2020



Hello everyone!


I hope that everyone is ok at home and you are continuing to enjoy the opportunity to learn at home. If you do manage to complete the home learning this week, then please have a look at some of the lessons offered by BBC Bitesize. They are providing amazing lessons in a whole range of subjects each and every day.


PE with Joe Wicks is coming to a bit of a close as well so if you are looking for fun ways to stay active at home, have a look on the main Year 3 class page to find the sign in details for Jasmine, our online PE platform, or take a look on the PE page for the Gloucestershire school games activities.


Have a great week everyone!


Mr Tew


Please continue to read as much as possible at home with your children. This will have the greatest impact on your children whenever it ends up they are able to return to school. 

Reading to your children is amazing and anything they can read to you will be hugely valuable. 

English resources
Maths resources
Curriculum project
This week I would like us all to consider some of the potential positive impacts that lockdown has had on our planet. While it has been a worrying and difficult time for lots of people, our planet is experiencing the lowest levels of pollution in many years and this is having a fantastic impact on nature.
You can see from these images how pollution has decreased. This gives the people of our world a wonderful opportunity to look at how our actions are damaging to the world around us. Below are some activities around environment and endangered species and how we can work together to protect the planet.
Some of these activities are linked with Earth day which was on the 22nd April.

I would like you to try and create a piece of your own art work around the theme of 'Silver Linings'. Perhaps showing how the lockdown has given our world a chance to recover slightly and pollution to go away. Perhaps a before/after picture such as the one above?


Leaders have high expectations and pupils are polite and well mannered. Behaviour is "good". Ofsted 2023