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St John and St Nicolas Schools Federation

For the good of all - through curiosity, creativity and love.

Year 3

YEAR 3 Home Learning


Welcome to the Year 3 Home Learning page. On here you will find all the information you need to support your child with their remote learning.  Should you have any questions, you can use the contact details below to get in touch with your child's class teacher. 




Teaching Assistants

  • 3S - Mrs Hill, Mrs Points
  • 3N - Mrs Hill, Mrs House


Use the links below to find all the home learning activities.



ReadingUsing the book review template below, write a review on a book that you have read recently or you can draw your favourite character from a book and explain why you like them.

Please choose 5 words from the Y3 Challenge Word List below. Practise these words in as many different ways as you can. You could try splitting it up into different syllables or using different colours for the vowels. When you have practised them, write a sentence for each of the words you have chosen. Remember to punctuate it correctly too!


Try out some of these spelling activities:


There is also your weekly assignment set on Spelling Shed.

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Choose one of the video links to help you revise some of the key grammar skills learnt in Year 3. You could try out some of the activities too!

Grammar activities:

Punctuation activities:

Vocabulary and language activities:


If you want to practice your writing skills. Open the picture writing prompt below and continue the story. Be creative. You can make changes to the traditional story to make it your own.

Times Tables

Please practice your times tables.  Use the link to play Hit the Button.



Maths Skills

Log in to your Doodle Account and use the activities to help you practice your Maths skills.

FractionsWe have been looking at fractions. Use the sheet below to create your own fraction stained glass windows. There are 3 levels to choose between. When you have finished, if you want a challenge you could design your own stained glass window. Do not forget to write what fraction the different colours are.


This term in science we are looking at plants. If you are going outside today, can you have a look for any plants around you?

Use your observation skills to think about:

How many different types of plants you can see?

What do they have in common?

What is different about them?

Do they have any signs of new growth?


You can also use these links to research plants.