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Remember to be safe in the sun if you're spending time outside. 
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If you complete any work at home, we would love to see it heart.   It can be pictures of you working hard on the online activities or a photo of something you have drawn or made. 


Ask an adult to take a photograph and tweet it to @timberleysch



25.5.2020 - 29.5.2020


Hi Year 3!  Although this week would be half term for us at school there are still plenty of activities online to keep you busy laugh


There are still 6 days to go on the Rockstars Battle!



Keep clicking on the links below for some fab home learning tasks. 

WELL DONE to CAMERON who has been working hard at home on Mathletics.  We're proud of you! 


A HUGE well done to ELLA-EVE in 3M. 

Ella-Eve has been thinking about her local community and wrote a letter to the residents of a local care home to help cheer them up. 


Great work Ella-Eve! laugh


If you're looking for some different maths challenges at home, Carol Vorderman's maths website (The Maths Factor) is now FREE to new users laugh


There are teaching videos, warm up games and practice activities on a whole range of topics. 




Click the link below to find out more. 

Here are a couple of messages from two people who are missing you so much and want to say hi and tell you that they are thinking of you all. laughlaugh 




A huge well done to all of you who took part in the boys vs girls battle.  A particular WELL DONE goes to Bobby and Amelia who were the top scorers for each team. laugh


Check out the results in the TTRS folder under Battle 4. 

Don't forget to log on to Planet BOFA to keep learning, testing and reteaching yourself Literacy and Maths!

Friday is ELMER DAY!  Check out the links below for some more information and activities. laugh




To help you get to grips with all things mathematical, head to the National Numeracy Day website. 


VE Day - Victory in Europe


The 8th May is a very special day.  This year, Friday marks 75 years since Germany's surrender to the Allied Forces in the Second World War.  


This follows six years of fighting and suffering by many countries in Europe.  It was a day of celebration, where people hung out bunting, danced in the street and church bells rang. Families celebrated by having street parties with their friends and neighbours.


To find out more, or for some VE Day activities, have a look in the folder below. smiley

Superbia Perseverantia et Passionem Pride, Perseverance and Passion