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Below is the home learning for those children who are working from home at the moment.

We are continuing with our daily loom videos and you can watch all of the videos daily. They will be uploaded to the webpage by 9.30am each day. If you want to watch a video back from last week to help you recap previous learning, click on the links below.

Remember you can call the school office for a paper pack of all the work if you prefer. Complete your work in
the Home learning book you were given over lockdown. If you require another one, please don’t hesitate to
Send in your work to [email protected]


Find out what you are doing today on our Welcome loom video below – this

will run through your timetable for the day

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Need to recap last week? Last week’s Loom videos are below – click on the link

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This week’s English Loom videos are below

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Tuesday & Wednesday –

Thursday & Friday






You will find the activities for this week’s English below

English plan below  – click on the link


8.2.21English plan



Guided Reading

Guided Reading Text


The Railway Children and jungle writing print out 8.2.21




Need to recap last week? Last week’s Loom videos are below – click on the link

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Tuesday –
Wednesday –
Thursday –
Friday –

This week’s Maths Loom videos are below

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Tuesday –
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Maths plan below  – click on the link


Maths planning sheet



Maths Resource Sheets


Monday Worksheets





Tuesday Worksheets

Tuesday Whiterose


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Wednesday Worksheets




Thursday Worksheets




Friday Worksheets




Curriculum Overview below  – click on the link

home learning year three 8.2.21 (1)





Learning Objective:
To know how a compass works


Key Knowledge questions/ Key Facts/ Key Skills:
How does a compass work?


Key Vocabulary
Magnet, magnetic, non-magnetic, magnetism, attract, repel, poles, north pole, south pole, pushing, pulling.
Learning Activities
In this lesson, we will learn about the history of the compass and then use our knowledge to write instructions for a treasure
How does a compass work? (
Watch the lesson and pause when asked to complete the tasks.
Resources / Website links
How does a compass work? (
Watch the BBC learner guides and class clips to help you with your understanding




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How does a compass work? (
Magnets – KS2 Science – BBC Bitesize




Learning Objective:
Make a collage. Be inspired by Tony Cragg to make a collage in the shape of your favourite object.


Key Knowledge questions/ Key Facts/ Key Skills:
How does Tony Cragg create a collage?


Key Vocabulary
Lines, sketch, pencil, shade, 3D, build, create, texture, colour, tone, collage.

Learning Activities
Make a Collage – Cut and Paste | Tate Kids
Tony Cragg is a British-born sculptor who was known in his early career for creating colourful collages from ordinary
construction materials and household objects that had been thrown away. He found these objects on the streets and in rubbish
dumps in West London.


In this artwork Tony Cragg has arranged the picture in a special way to make two shapes. One shape is the artist himself. Can
you see what the other shape is? (You may have to tilt your head to the left to see properly.) Can you recognise some of the
materials Tony has used for his collage?
What you need:
Old magazines, cards, packaging
A pencil and paper
Draw an outline of your favourite object – or even yourself – on the paper.
Use the magazine, cards and packaging to find lots of small pictures of different objects.
You might want to choose a theme for your collage that you think reflects your personality or says something about the things
you like.
Cut out your objects and glue them into your outline.

Resources / Website links

  • Brightly coloured paper
  • Scissors
  • A clear space to work
  • Glue
  • Pencil
  • Music
  • Creativity (essential!)



Learning Objective:
Significant people.
Understand how people’s lives have shaped this nation and the wider world.
In preparation for next half term, when we will study significant people, we would like you to try this game and learn all about
three explorers from the past.


Key Vocabulary
Ibn Battuta, Atlantic Ocean, moon’s surface.


Learning Activities
Take a trip back in time with the people who travelled the world… and beyond.
Ibn Battuta
See the world with Ibn!
Ibn travelled for 29 years, visiting India, China, West Africa and Europe. He wrote about his travels in a book known as the
Rihla. You can help Ibn to find his way.
Amelia Earhart
Fly across the Atlantic Ocean with Amelia!
The first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic, Amelia was a record-breaking aeroplane pilot. Help Amelia to get ready for her
trip and break the ice on her daring flight.
Neil Armstrong
Walk on the moon with Neil!
In 1969 Neil Armstrong became the first man to walk on the moon’s surface. His footsteps are still there to this day. Join Neil in
the rocket and guide his crew to a safe landing on the moon!






Learning Objective:
To recognise human and physical features of Northern Ireland.
Key Knowledge questions/ Key Facts/ Key Skills:
Can you name some human and physical features of Northern Ireland?


Key Vocabulary
Human and physical, land use


Learning Activities
Test your knowledge of last week’s learning with this quiz about the geography of Wales before learning about the geography
of Northern Ireland.
What is the geography of Northern Ireland? (


In this lesson, we will recap our knowledge of the seven continents and locate the UK on a world map. We will then zoom into
Northern Ireland and look at the different human and physical geographical features. We will then think about urban and rural
land use in Northern Ireland, as well as in your local area!
Task 1 (pause video at 14minutes)
Note down some similarities and differences of the physical geography of Northern Ireland and where we live in Lancaster and
Task 2
After looking at the land use in Northern Ireland, think about how land is used where we live.
Look at the map links below of your local area. Create your own artful map and draw and label some human and physical
features. Look at the map links provided to help you position the geographical features on your map
Here is an example of the sort of map you may draw:

Remember your digimaps log in





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Morecambe map



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Learning Objective:
To use accuracy when hitting a target.
To use a sequence of moves to create and follow a dance.


Key Vocabulary
Throw, catch, accuracy, coordination, target, dance, heart rate, muscles, music, sweat, co-ordinate, pulse, fitness, movement,
left, right


Learning Activities
This week we will be playing a game of indoor battleships. You will need a partner to play this game. Each partner will select
three objects as targets or battleships, like cans of food or cuddly toys. You will each need a pair of rolled up socks to act as a
ball. Take it in turns to throw the socks at the objects. If your object is hit, remove it from the game. The winner is the person
who hits all the objects first. Look at the instruction sheet and video for more information.


If you enjoyed the dancing last week, explore more of the KIdsbop dances. Watch the video via the link below and join in with
the KidsBop team who will teach you some fantastic dance moves.


Don’t forget to tune into Joe Wicks and his P.E. lessons on a Monday, Wednesday and Friday.



Home PE Battleships



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Learning Objective:
To be able to recount the main points of the story of the Exodus.


Key Knowledge questions/ Key Facts/ Key Skills:
What qualities did Moses show during the story of the Exodus from slavery in Egypt?
What were the main events in the story of the Exodus?
Explore and discuss some moral and religious stories, sacred writings and sources, placing them in the context of the belief


Key Vocabulary
Jew, Jewish, Judaism, God, Moses, Exodus, trust, inspire, relationship, leader, leadership


Learning Activities
Watch this clip again, which tells the story of Moses’ life and how he led the Jewish people out of slavery in Egypt.

Think about the qualities Moses showed during the story. Was he brave and courageous? Can you think of any more words to
describe his actions?
Look at the PowerPoint, which also tells the story of Moses’ life and how he led the Jews from slavery to their promised land.
Story of Moses PowerPoint






PSHE/ P4C/ Values

Learning Activities
Following on from our jungle journal writing and last week’s lesson on ecosystems, this week in PSHE we will look at
Children will decode the word to identify the meaning and look at what impact this has on animals. Children will also
understand how human activity is major factor and plan, prepare and conduct a speech.







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