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Wednesday 20th May 2020


Good Morning Year 3 🙂


It was great seeing so many of you enjoying the sunshine yesterday. As it’s going to be another nice day today please try and take some time to enjoy the weather and where possible take your learning outside. Why not have a PE lesson in the garden, you may want to see how many laps of the garden you can do or how many minutes you can hula hoop for, have fun with whatever you choose to do 🙂 


Today in Maths we would like you to complete the shape activities in your CGP Maths booklet. There are questions about 2D shapes, 3D shapes and parallel and perpendicular lines. 


The link below provides more information on parallel and perpendicular lines, remember that parallel lines are always the same distance apart and never cross whereas perpendicular lines cross each other at right angles. Maybe you can find some examples of these lines in your home and garden.


In English today we are going to work through the ‘Their they’re or there?’ lesson on BBC Bitesize. The link below has a clip which explains the difference between the homophones as well as providing examples of them being used in sentences. There are 4 different activities, please complete at least 2 of them but if you would like to do all 4 of them that would be brilliant!


We would like you to learn some more

Spanish today and the theme for the lesson is Spanish food. In the resources section on the class homepage we have added a document which has a list of foods, we would like you to translate the words into English. We would really like you to practise pronouncing the words and using them at home, you can use them when you ask ‘what’s for lunch?’ or even testing people in your house by asking for something to eat in Spanish. 


As always we are here if you need any assistance so please do get in touch with us. We are missing you all so much and it would be great to hear from you and see how you all are. 


Have a great day in the sunshine and stay safe.

Mrs Joesbury and Mrs Etheridge