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Henley Green Primary School 

HG English (Mrs Turner)

HG Maths (Miss Nicholson)



In English this week we are looking at instruction writing. Our grammar focus is adjectives. Have a go at the activities below:


This week our grammar focus has been: commas. Read through the powerpoint then have a go at the activities.

This week we have been conducting research and collecting facts to make a fact file. We worked as a class to create a fact file about the Sabre Tooth Tiger. Can you conduct some research about the Woolly Mammoth and create a fact-file?

Letter Formation in KS2 (Y3-Y6)

Letter Formation Sheets

Statutory Spellings - Years 3 and 4

Practice your tables with these songs

All children from Reception to Year 6 have their own log on for Numbots and Times Tables Rock Stars (TTRS). This is in their Reading Record.

Both are ideal for Year 3 to use. On Numbots, they work on their counting, addition and subtraction skills. On TTRS, they work on their multiplication and division facts. Children in Year 3 should know their 2, 5 and 10 times tables already and by the end of Year 3 they should also know their 3, 4 and 8 times tables facts too.

There are lots of other games and activities that will help with your learning in Year 3. Look particularly for activities that help develop:

- Number bonds to 10, 20 and 100

- Doubles and halves of two-digit numbers

- Adding and subtracting two two-digit numbers

- Times tables and related division facts for 2, 5 and 10 times tables and when you are confident with these the 3, 4 and 8 times tables.


Look at this Power Point up to the Bronze Age and compare how houses changed during the Stone Age period. Go to the library and look online to do some research on houses and make notes. We will use them next week to write a report.
Use the research from last week and this extra information to write a report on how shelters/houses changed and why during the Stone Age.
Stone Age Houses