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Greenways Primary School

Year 3 - Learning @ Home

Every day you can...

  • Read something for pleasure.
  • Write something interesting.
  • Do some exercise.
  • Have a conversation with someone.

Remember you can also.....

  • Log into Bug Club. You can use it on a phone, tablet or computer. Continue to work through all the books for you. Don't forget to write what you have been reading in your exercise book.
  • Read with somebody at home, these could be books, instructions, recipes, comics or First News and discuss your thoughts.
  • Log into Timestables Rockstars and practise your timestables and division facts. By the end of Year 3, you should know your 2, 3, 4, 5, 8 and 10 timestables!
  • Log into MyMaths and complete the tasks you have been set.
  • Access lessons on White Rose Maths.
  • Practise any of the spellings from the Year 3 and 4 word list.

 Access learning from any year group should you feel this is appropriate to meet your child's needs

Are you feeling worried about something?

With everything that is happening at the moment, it is perfectly normal to be worried. If there are things which are making you feel sad, angry or upset then there are people you can talk to and some wonderful resources to help you.

Our Worry Box has now been closed for the Summer Holidays but we have compiled some links and techniques to help you cope with any emotions you are struggling with.


Online Safety Task

You could have a look at our new online safety focus for the week.

This week the online safety focus is


Watch the video here

In this film Smartie talks about how to help friends who are being bullied online and what we can all do to make the internet a kinder place for everyone.

Transition Project

We have come up with a few ideas of transition activities that you could be doing over the Summer that will help your new teacher learn all about you. You can find the complete list here.

Look out for a video from the Year 3 teachers this week with some more details and examples of each activity. 

Remember that you can share your work on the school Twitter account @GreenwaysPri 

Week commencing 13th July 2020

Project learning

This week we have an art project for you to do that is all about animals. You can find the art project here. We would like you to share your work on twitter for us to see and save your art work to create an animal themed display when we return to school in September.

Look out for videos from Year 3 teachers this week to give you some more details!

Feel free to have a go at more activities this week - you can find a digital copy of the previous projects in the "Previous projects" folder at the bottom of this page.


 Remember that you can share your work on the school Twitter account @GreenwaysPri



Here are this week's spellings:

  • famous
  • favourite
  • February
  • forward
  • forwards
  • fruit
  • grammar
  • group
  • guard
  • guide

You could have a go at writing each word out 5 times, using your neatest handwriting. You could use it in an interesting sentence.

You could use your strategy of Look, Cover, Write and Check to see if you have spelt it correctly.

You could also check the meaning in a dictionary to make sure you've used it correctly in the sentence.

Remember that you can share your work on the school Twitter account @GreenwaysPri


Writing - Above the Sky

Have a look at the picture below.

Once you have studied it, you could think about:

  • What can you see?
  • Who is the woman?
  • Why is she holding an umbrella and a bag?
  • Where did she come from? Where is she going?
  • How can she survive here?
  • What might she be thinking at this moment?
  • If you could ask her a question, what would you ask?


  • Imagine you could go ‘above the sky’. How would you describe what you could see to someone who wasn’t with you? You could pole play/write the conversation you might have with someone over the radio.
  • You could write a poem describing the view from above the sky.

Remember that you can share your work on the school Twitter account @GreenwaysPri


Maths - Lines and Shapes - Identifying parallel, vertical and horizontal lines.

Parallel lines are lines that do not meet.


vertical line is one the goes straight up and down.


 A horizontal line is one which runs from left to right across the page.

Try to spot as many parallel, vertical and horizontal lines at home as you can!


Remember that you can share your work on the school Twitter account @GreenwaysPri

Previous Project-Based Learning

You can find all of the previous project-based learning activities here.

These projects are designed to take around 5 days. Some will be revision topics and some will be new learning!