Homework 25.9.20

This week your child will be bringing home English, Maths and spellings homework.


Number Facts

You will find one of the following sheets glued into your child’s homework book.


You will find one of the following sheets glued into your child’s homework book.

Year 3 School Council Elections

Year 3 School Council Election Results

In a special assembly today for Year 3, Mrs Maude announced the names of the children who will represent their class as part of the School Council. Congratulations and well done to those who were successful and all of those who participated.

Homework – 18.9.20

Hello and welcome to our first homework blog. Every Thursday or Friday, your child will receive their homework, consisting of Maths, English, extra number facts work or times tables and spellings. These will be glued into their homework and spelling books. You will also find their TTRockstars details in the homework books. Their completed homework should be returned by the following Wednesday.


Number Bonds

This week, instead of English we have set Science homework. Our topic is Food and Our Bodies and we have asked that the children keep a food diary over two days.

Thank you for your continued support. Enjoy your weekend!

PE at Coundon… a few changes!

From September and in line with Government Guidance, we will be getting outside a lot more (in all sorts of weather conditions), this will include our PE lessons.

We will be asking the children to come into school on their PE days IN THEIR PE UNIFORM. (They will find out their PE days during the first week back). They will then stay in this for the day, so a change of clothes will not be needed in school. The main reason for this change is for safety reasons; it has been advised that we reduce the amount of belongings that are coming to and from each home and onto the school site.

For the older children, this change also comes about as there will be reduced space for them to change separately (boys and girls) due to them being in their class bubbles.

To make sure that the children are suitably dressed once the cooler weather sets in, we would like the children to have black jogging bottoms, a black hoody or sweatshirt and suitable outdoor footwear to wear alongside their usual white t-shirt and black shorts.

We thank you for your support with this.

Miss Kelly Perrett and Mrs Victoria Gray

Welcome to Year 3

We know it might seem a little nerve wracking entering Key Stage 2 and Year 3, especially after lock down and not being in school for sometime. It is completely normal to feel a little worried! But we hope that by seeing who we are and hearing about us in this blog puts your mind at rest a little. We think that you’ll love being in Year 3 and we will have fun learning together😊

End of Year Message

Dear Year 3,

It has been a roller-coaster of a year and we realise how difficult things have been and that over the last few months, you have been unable to see or be with your friends.  However, the Year 3 staff would like to take this opportunity to express how proud we are of each and every one of you and we cannot praise you enough for all of your hard work, both in and out of school.  It has been a pleasure getting to know all of you and a privilege watching you learn and grow.  We realise that some of you will be excited about moving on to Year 4 and some of you might be worried, but we have told the Year 4 teachers how wonderful you all are and that they are in for a treat! 

To parents and carers, we truly appreciate how difficult it has been to find a balance between schooling, work and home life and we would like to thank you for all of your support during these uncertain times.

Have a wonderful summer holiday and don’t forget to visit us when we are all back together. Take care and stay safe.

Best Wishes, The Year 3 Team.

The Rainbow Games WB 13.7.20

Get Set 4 PE have organised a set of fun activities for schools to use as part of a Sports Day.

Those of you at home can take part too! Either do them all in a day or spread them out over the week.

Record your scores on the score sheet and email your results to your teacher.

The activities are differentiated for EYFS, KS1 and KS2.

If you’re at home and want your grown ups to take part too, then they should complete the activities that are aimed at KS2.

There are 7 games to complete, all of which can be found in the PowerPoint below.

Have fun!

Home Learning Pack 7

Home Learning Pack 7 – Week Commencing 13.7.20

Hello everyone! Welcome to the final pack. We’ve been really impressed with how hard all of you have been working and we’re missing you loads. In this pack your child will have everything they need to continue their learning at home. Please find attached the following documents:

  • English PowerPoint covering 5 lessons/days
  • Maths PowerPoint covering 5 lessons/days
  • Guided reading PowerPoint with 4 lessons/days
  • Art PowerPoint with 4 activities and creative ideas for the summer holidays.

You will find resources for this week’s Topic in last week’s pack.

Any sheets/resources needed are uploaded as separate documents. These can be printed but do not need to be, as all tasks can be completed in exercise books.



Guided Reading


Don’t forget to continue to email us with examples of your child’s work each week. We really love hearing from them! 🙂




Best wishes and stay safe,
Miss Griffiths, Miss Blowers and Miss Woodroffe.

Fantastic Work

Well done Year 3! Again, we have been impressed with the work that you have completed this week. We appreciate how hard you are all working and would like to take this opportunity to say a BIG thank you to you all. Take care and continue to stay safe this summer.

Fantastic work from Paige who has created a new character for her Horrid Henry story, made her own Olympic torch and completed some maths work. Well done Paige!

Wonderful work from Conor, who has chosen to make a PowerPoint about how soil is made. Very informative!

Well done to Aadit who has created his own Olympic torch and medal, Olympic mascot and his completed some maths work.

Great work from Nizar, who has completed Arabic and maths home learning this week.

Zahrah has worked hard on her maths this week. Fantastic addition work Zahrah!

Fantastic work from Barnaby, who has written a colourful acrostic poem about fireworks. Barnaby has also been working hard on his handwriting and I think we can all agree that it is very neat. Well done Barnaby!