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Year 3

Welcome to Year 3 (Caterpillars) - Mr Addison

So, now that you are no longer going to be coming to school for the time being, this website will be your new classroom. The work packs that you took home should last you until the Easter break. Try and get some English and Maths done each day. Do the things you can. If some of the tasks are a bit hard, focus on the things you can do. If they are a bit easy, what could you do to make them more challenging?

After the Easter break, I will be uploading work to this page regularly. You will be able to access it using the buttons below. There will be plenty there to keep you busy but, remember, you can spend some of your day being a helping hand for your grown ups. Don't underestimate how much reading can help pass the time. If you like to hear stories read aloud, Audible are offering free access to children's stories at the moment, and there are some great stories on the list.


Above all, stay safe and well. I shall be thinking of you all and will really miss seeing your smiles everyday! 

Computational Thinking at Adastral Park

We had great fun on our Ancient Egyptian Day!

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Creating and Making

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We do our fair share of book work in Year 3, but also love to get stuck into creating and making projects!

Parlez vous francais?

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In our French lessons, we have been learning how to greet one another and ask some basic questions. It's trickier than it looks!

Science: Turning Liquids to Solids.

In Science, we have been investigating the properties of solids, liquids and gases. We used salted ice to lower the temperature of a milk and syrup mix until it became a solid (AKA Ice cream!).

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