Class 3

Welcome to Class 3! 
Welcome to Class 3
For the time being, this page will be updated as regularly as possible with all the things that everyone has been getting up to during these uncertain and strange times. 
Keep an eye on this page for updates and photos of what everyone in Class 3 have been doing whilst learning from home. 
Covid-19 Time Capsule:

How can I keep my children busy at home?

This Home Learning 2020 Time Capsule Resource Pack is a great way to keep children of all ages busy while at home. Children can work through a selection of worksheets which encourage reflection on their new way of life. The completed sheets can then be put into an indoor family time capsule. Make a note on the calendar to look back on this work to remind yourselves of what life was like for a while.

What is included within this pack?

The pack includes a quick parent overview, a 2020 Time Capsule Activity Booklet, a 'Letter to My Future Self' activity, a Home Learning Diary and a sheet with information about how to create an outdoor time capsule.

How can children make a time capsule with this pack?

Put the completed activities in this pack in a tabled time capsule box and make a note on the calendar to look back at them at the end of the year. 

This is what Miss Holmes has been up to in week one of working from home. As well as keeping in communication with you, I have had some more time to spend outside with my dog. 
Miss Holmes took Nellie on another walk this morning. She loves running. I would love to see pictures of videos of what you have been up to. 

Banana and Apple Muffins by Ella


100g castes sugar

30g banana (we used 2 overripe ones)

255g SR flour 

1 teaspoon baking powder

 *you can use plain flour and 3tsp baking powder but we find sr from works best.*

 1\4 Teaspoon salt

 1\2 teaspoon ground cinnamon (optional)

225ml milk (we used soya milk for Ella but you can use cows or any plant based milk.

110g apple (we used 3 apples cut into chunks which we cooked beforehand in a saucepan with a little water until soft)


  1. Pre-heat oven to 200 degrees C.  Line muffin tin with 12 cases.
  2. Cream banana and sugar until smooth.  In a separate bowl mix flour, baking powder, cinnamon and salt.
  3. Add half the flour mixture and half milk to banana mix and stir.  Add the rest, stir then spoon into cases.
  4. Bake for 20-25 minutes or until a skewer comes out clean.

This is my muffin recipe from Ella I really really MISS YOU ALL !!!!


Easter Competition
Our Easter competition is on the go. Please send me in any pictures of your completed work, whether it be a decorated box, egg or decoration. 
Summer Term 1: Week 1
I hope you have all enjoyed the Easter holidays, and are beginning to get back into the swing of home learning again. 
Don't forget about activities I've set on Purple Mash and Mathletics. Keep me updated on all the things you have been doing at home and of course keep the photos coming. 
Photos from Week 1 of home learning.
Thank you to everyone who is sharing all the things you have been doing at home. 
Here are some resources if anyone is stuck on things to do.
BBC Bitesize:
BBC bitesize have provided some interactive and fun activities for children to. There are pages for each year group. Follow the link and select the year and off you go. 
Twinkl are offering some temporary free memberships for parents. You will have access to a range of activities that can be downloaded and tried from home. 
David Walliams:
At this time, David Walliams, author of books such as 'Worlds Worst Teachers' and 'Demon Dentist' is currently uploading daily audio stories from his books. Follow the link to listen to these daily stories. 
Google Classroom
I have set up a google classroom platform. On this site I will upload videos of stories that have been requested. I will do my best to read stories that you have asked for. The code for Class 3's space is zaf2m5p. To access this page all you need to do is search for 'google classroom' either on your apple or google stores or on an internet search page. You can either create a google account or use an exsisting one and use the code above to join the class. I hope you enjoy. 
Maths Sites:
This site is from Carol Vorderman and offers maths activities such as times tables. 
Oak National Academy: This site offers a range of lessons from different topics with videos from teachers, with guided activities of all ages. 
If you know of any websites or activities that are working well for you at home, please let me know and I can put them on here for others to try. 
Week 2 Learning from home
Summer Term Week 2:
Well done everyone for all your continued effort in engaging in Purple Mash. I have loved seeing all your work. Keep it up. 
Summer Term Week 3:
Here are some work, done both at home and on Purple Mash. I have been really impressed with everyone's effort! I can see that all those who are engaging in the activities are trying hard and even going back to improve their work. Keep up all the good work and remember to email me with any photos or messages to share what you have been up to. I love hearing from you all. Stay safe and be kind.