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Elm - Year 3




There is no set work for you during the holidays, but I have attached some ideas

to keep your brains in tip top condition!


Please stay safe and happy.


Remember to join in the Hever Reading Challenge to read 100 Books (a list of which ones to read is attached below)

I cannot wait to send out my first certificates! 


I am contactable via the class email address do please keep in touch!

Mrs Sorrell

Key Tasks


Create an A4 poster showing the functions of different parts of flowering plants (Roots, stem/truck, leaves and flowers)


This is for two sessions:

Create a small (no bigger than a shoe box) 3d model of a flower.  This MUST include the parts needed for pollination and seed formation (stamen, ovule, ovary, anther)



This is for two sessions:

Create a small (no bigger than a shoe box) 3d model of a flower.  This MUST include the parts needed for pollination and seed formation (stamen, ovule, ovary, anther)



This is for three sessions:


Using the pictures from the previous homework tasks and maps (Google Earth, atlases etc.), create a map of North America.  Label and add your pictures and mark on the famous Route 66 in North America.



Find and label the different states and cities that Route 66 passes through.  Find three that you are particularly interested in and write a mini fact card for each.


Find and label different geological features found on and around Route 66, maybe the Colorado River, the Grand Canyon, forests etc.


Choose one and write a comparison between the North American site and an area found in South America. Think about the number of people that live there, the climate and conditions.


Computing lessons


Please read this document with information and links for Computing lessons at home.

Celebration of Elm's home learning 



Please be proud of your home learning and send us pictures to keep us up to date. Please remember that sharing your learning helps and inspires others.

Send a picture of your learning to and we will upload it for you

Home Learning Work and Information

Please find links for the websites we use in school to support children’s learning. The children will have their logins and should use these to access the work set. If in the event you are already self-isolating please email the Office to request your child’s logins. All children in school will be sent home with their logins today.

In addition, please see the task board of project based learning linked to the class topic for your child to complete.

Active Learn – Bug Club

Please use this for reading books and grammar learning

School code: 6jqa



Maths learning


Times Tables Rockstars




Pupil accounts:

Tablet edition

username: eg6380

swipe code: A capital 'L' shape starting at top left


Home-school account

username: eg6380

password: home




Diagnostic Questions

Maths questions



Welcome to Elm Class




Year Three is an extremely exciting year for the children, as they enter Key Stage Two there is an emphasis on them becoming more responsible and independent in their work, behaviour and organisation.


During this year the children will develop the skills they will need to take on their new role as Key Stage Two learners. We challenge and support the children to reach their full potential. Learning is inclusive and dynamic with lots of opportunity to create and explore not just how but why. 




Daily requirements: Each day the children will require the following things:


  • Reading Book, Reading Record and Reading Journal.  
  • Spelling/Homework book.
  • PE Kit.
  • Coat – particularly when it is cold and wet.
  • Water Bottle.
  • Fruit snack for break time.


Please check the newsletters for details of the new term.



I am happy to see parents by appointment to discuss matters arising in class. If you have any queries or concerns/questions about your child’s learning, please do not hesitate to come and see me, before or after school.


Mrs Sorrell

Recommended Reading List for Y3