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Dear year 3,

What a half term it's been! From me starting at the school and meeting you all, straight in to us all learning to work at home! I have to say though, you have all been fantastic! You have all helped me settle in to the school quickly and put up with me figuring out how the school works! On top of that you have all dealt with the difficult change of working from home instead of at school extremely well, and although it's been very tough you have all taken it in your stride. Give yourselves a huge pat on the back, I am very proud of each of you.

With Easter now fast approaching, I hope you are all looking forward to a well deserved rest (and maybe some chocolate too!). Spend some time to think about what Easter means to you and be mindful of all we have learnt about this special time of year. 

Lastly, I want you all to know that although it is the Easter holidays I will still be on purple mash and so if you need help with anything feel free to contact me.

Have a great Easter, enjoy your chocolate eggs and I really hope to see you all back at school soon. Plus I know that you all want to find out what happens next to Angelus in our story! 

All the best,

Mr. C


Dear Year 3,


I hope you have had a good week. I can see you have all been very busy completing all of the time activities on purple mash. 


I have been busy working at home and made chocolate brownies yesterday that were yummy!


Hope you all have a great Easter break. Stay safe and well. I can't wait until we are all back together in school. 


Mrs. Hewerdine


Hello Year 3!


I hope you are all well and keeping yourselves busy at home. I am seeing all the work you are all doing whether online or with photos of your homework books and I am so happy to see you are all working as hard as you do at school!


As for myself I have been also keeping busy. Have you all been doing Joe Wicks workout live at 9am? I have and I must admit my muscles are starting to get a bit sore after some of the tougher ones! Working from home is very disconcerting (look the word up and magpie it in to your work if you can!) and I must say that my fish don’t listen to the Angelus story as well as you all do!


Below is all the work for next week. A few of the tasks require you to build upon what you have already done this week. This will cause you to check your work which is a good thing and you should all be checking your work constantly anyway. If you have any questions about the instructions below just send me a message on purple mash.

Make sure you are washing your hands, helping your parents around the house and keeping safe. This has been a very strange time for this country but you are all taking it in your stride and I am very proud of how you are all dealing with it. Well done!


All the best,


Mr. C

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