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Friday 20th November 2020

LC: I know that magnets can attract some materials and not others.

LC: I can compare and group together a variety of everyday materials on the basis of whether they are attracted to a magnet, and identify some magnetic materials.

LC: I can draw conclusions.


Using a magnet (maybe you have some on the fridge), test what materials in your house are magnetic. 

Wednesday 18th November 2020

LC: I know about the difference metal made throughout the Ages.

LC: I know some aspects of the Bronze and Iron Ages and their impact on Britain.


Watch the videos about the Bronze Age in Britain and makes notes about the changes that happened and what a difference metal made. 


Then watch the video on the Iron Age in Britain and make note any changes that happened then too. 


You can use the pictures to help you or draw your own pictures. 

Life in the Bronze Age | The Story of Britain | BBC Teach

Suitable for teaching 7 to 11s. Life in Bronze Age Britain is explored through the eyes of a family. The impact of copper and tin mining and the development ...

Life in Iron Age Britain | The Story of Britain | BBC Teach

Suitable for teaching 7-11s. Iron, druids and hill-forts are central to this animated tale exploring the life of a family in Iron Age Britain. Part four of a...

Tuesday 17th November 2020

LC: I can plan my writing. 


Use the planning sheet to plan your instructions on how to wash your chosen animal. 


Remember to add lots of fun ideas, hits and tips. 


Can't wait to see what you do. 

Monday 16th November 2020

LC: I can use Year 3 spelling words. 


Follow this simple pattern to create some great Year 3 sentences. 


Don't forget to write the sentences about your own animal though! Which will you choose?

Thursday 12th November 2020


Colour in your own Pudsey and create a new bandana for him. 

Tuesday 10th November 2020


Use the information you learnt from the previous lesson to create your own cave paintings. 

Maybe you can use things around you to make your own paint, just like they would have in the stone age (e.g. beetroot, mud)

Monday 9th November 2020
LC: I know the role that cave art had in recording history.
LC: I can recognise the historical and cultural significance of a chosen art form.
LC: I can recognise when art is from different historical periods.


Safely, search for picture of cave art painting. Use any information you can find and what you already know to answer these questions. 


1. What historical period are cave paintings from?
2. What role does cave art have in recording history?
3. What is the historical significance of cave paintings?

Thursday 5th November 2020
LC: I know the names and location of at least eight counties.


What's a country? How can I find one?


Watch Miss Gutteridge's video and use the powerpoint below to answer these questions and to help you label the map. 



Tuesday 3rd November 2020
LC: I know the name of and locate the four capital cities of England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.


Tuesday 3rd November 2020
LC: I know at least six cities in England.


Use the powerpoint and the maps to help you complete today's learning challenges.