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Audley Junior School

Year 3

We now have a Year 3 email address for you to contact us on. Ask for permission from a parent to email us with an update on what you have being doing during homeschooling or just to say hello. We look forward to hearing from Year 3 parents and children.

Email - Question of the day.

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Michael Rosen Poem links... No breathing!

BBC Bitesize are starting daily lessons from Monday 20th April. Have a look at what is available each day. 

A Coronavirus book for children.

yes Well done to everyone using Education City and Times Tables Rockstarsyes

laughExcellent Growth Mindset!laugh

From Miss P, Mrs C, Mrs W and Mrs D!

Year 3 Closure Work.

This page will be updated regularly with work for your child to complete at home. Children have a yellow book to complete their work in. If they fill their book, or were not in school to collect it, work can be completed on paper.


Morning Work should be completed each day in the yellow book.


There will be activities added daily to the Math and English folder. For some activities, there will be 3 levels of ability. Work with one star is the easiest level and work with 3 stars in the hardest. The majority of children should start with the two star work. PDF sheets can either be printed, or the answers written in the yellow book. Please encourage your child to write the date and title.


Any topic work will be placed in the Other Work For Home folder. Many websites are working to support your child when working from home, and if we find useful links, we will add them to this folder.


If your child wishes to complete their own work (writing a story, personal research etc), they can use their yellow book.


We look forward to welcoming the children back into school soon! smiley



Reading At Home

Reading at home is extremely important for children.  It helps to improve your child's understanding of different topics and helps to improve the accuracy and fluency of their reading. We ask that you read with your child for at least 15 minutes a day.