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Class Teacher: Mr Mercer

Teaching Assistant: Mr Skirkowski (shared with Class 6)

Work for Week of 1st June


Characters in stories – read the following description:

Wanda, a wicked and selfish witch, was plotting a plan as usual. She cackled and sang (although very badly) as she stirred her cauldron. Her flaming, orange hair tangled and brittle like her mop. Dark black lipstick covered her lips and half of her teeth. Her ragged dress was filthy with ash from her dusty cauldron. Wanda was extremely rude and hated almost everyone.



Fractions – follow week 5. 



Ascension Day


Watch the video below about flowers and do the activity:



  • Catch up with Joe Wicks’ daily sessions by clicking here at 9am each day!


Simple ICT Safety 15 minute activities to do with your child

Click on the links below for each activity pack. Every link contains two 15-minute activities to do with a child:

Work for Week of 18th May

Thanks to Thimo, France, Lourds for sending their learning. More please!

English – Settings

Read this setting called ‘The Tree House’​

Many moons ago, an enchanting and fascinating palace stood amongst a sea of trees. It was spectacular.  Like a snake shedding its skin, the silver, crumbling bark flaked from its exterior. Branches and twigs had been manipulated to form a grand staircase with a vast amount of authentic looking rooms.  Although this fortress was inhabited by a fearless Queen, she was no match for what roamed in the woodland.

  • Make a list of adjectives (noun descriptions). 
  • Make a list of ‘wow’ verbs (action or doing words).
  • See if you can find any similes.
  • What do you notice about the sentence openers?

The presentation below has all of the learning and activities for this week – good luck!


Multiplying and Dividing – follow week 4. Watch the teaching video and complete the activities.

Design Technology

How did you get on with your new bridge making?
  • Send your photos to admin@stsaviours.lewisham.sch.uk for the home learning gallery on the website
  • Write an evaluation describing how you got on.
  • What did you find out?
  • What were the best materials for bridge building?
  • Were you successful? Yes or no?
  • If you were successful explain why; if not, try to think about why not and explain.


Pentecost (continued) – Read the presentation below and do the activities.


Topic – World Climate

Climate is the average measurements of temperature, wind, snow, and rain in a place over years.


Catch up with Joe Wicks’ daily sessions by clicking here at 9am each day!


Work for Week of 11th May


The Water Cycle (proper name is the hydrological cycle)
  • Watch the video (you can pause it and take some notes): https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/clips/z8qtfg8
  • What did you find out?
  • Write an explanation.
  • Make sure that you describe everything.
  • Read your explanation to a family member.
  • Did they understand?
  • You might need to use some illustrations (diagrams with captions) to help.
  • Use the link below to help you to write an explanation:


Money – converting pounds to pence, adding and subtracting

VE Day (Victory in Europe)

Watch the video about VE Day. It has been 75 years since the end of the second World War and this Friday is a national holiday. What can you find out about how people in London celebrated the end of the war in the year 1945? Lots of people have compared life during World War 2 to life today during coronavirus lockdown. Try to find out why.
You could also have a go at some of the activities on this page (don’t forget to look at the KS1 & KS2 activities):


Pentecost – what is Pentecost? Why is Pentecost important in the Roman Catholic Church? 
What can you find out? Why is the Holy Spirit important to Christians?

Design Technology

Now that you have tried making a paper bridge (thanks Nonso and Thimo for your photos) it’s time to try to make a bridge out of other materials. You should have discovered that triangles make strong structures.
  • Use anything you can find at home to design and make your bridge – make sure you ask an adult first before sticking something valuable.
  • Collect the objects first and then draw your design.
  • Then, try making your bridge.
  • Don’t forget to take some photos and send them to admin@stsaviours.lewisham.sch.uk.
  • Good luck!


  • Catch up with Joe Wicks’ daily sessions by clicking here at 9am each day!


5th May 2020

ICT Safety Homework Pack

Reward Chart

Home activity pack 1

Home activity pack 2

Home activity pack 3

Home activity pack 4

Work for Week of 4th May

Well done Thimo! You are the Learner of the Week! Congratulations!


Following last week’s home learning using the poem The River we will be continuing our study on poetry.
Take a look at the link below, which shows the poem Daddy Fell into the Pond, by Alfred Noyes and answer the questions:
1.   How would you describe the day before Daddy feel into the pond? Be sure to use your own words!
2.   Who took a picture of Dad?
3.   Why was the gardener shaking so much?
4.   What is ‘click’ the sound of?
5.   What is the connection between the weather and people’s mood in the first few lines?
6.   The poem says that the gardener “doubled up”. What does this mean and why was he doing it?
7.   Do you like this poem? Explain your view!
8.   How might the father tell this story? Do you think he would have thought it was so funny? Write about the events in the poem from the point of view of the Father.
9.   Try writing the poem as a story, written in the first person. Here’s an example of how you could start:
I could hear everyone’s voices. All of them muttering and grumbling about the bad weather and how boring it was and that there was nothing to do ……………………………
10.  Draw an illustration (picture) for the poem.


Just before the school closed we were learning about fractions. .


Read the story and imagine that you are newspaper reporter. Write a report for the local newspaper about Thomas.


How did you get on with your paper bridge making? I didn’t see any photos sent for the school website.
Write an evaluation describing how you got on. What did you find out? What was the best shape for bridge building? Were you successful? Yes or no? If you were successful explain why; if not, try to think about why not and explain.


Light pollution – what is light pollution? See if you can find out and write a short description.
Make sure that you write this in your own words – don’t just copy it from the Internet.
  • If you find any good websites send them to: admin@stsaviours.lewisham.sch.uk with “Yr 3 Light Website


  • Catch up with Joe Wicks’ daily sessions by clicking here at 9am each day!


Work for Week of 27th April


Use the following website and read the poem called The River by Valerie Bloom. On the website you can also listen to the poem being read by Valerie Bloom:


Remember when we learnt about similes; the cloud was like cotton wool; the twisted and turned like a snake; his jumper was as blue as the sky……….

This poem uses what is known as metaphors: the river’s a monster; the river’s a singer……….. We know that the river cannot be a monster, or a singer, but Valerie Bloom uses this way of describing a river. Each verse (or stanza) is 4 lines long and follows the same pattern. Your job is to write your own version of the poem, but your poem is going to be about the River Thames. I have written the first stanza (verse) for you. Have a go and write 3 or 4 more verses.

The Thames is a lizard,

As he crawls along.

Through valleys and country,

Flicking out his tongue.

When you have finished writing your poem you could have a go at decorating it in an imaginative way. Take a photo and post it on the school website, by sending it to: admin@stsaviours.lewisham.sch.uk


Let’s do some practical learning this week. We are going to think about 3D shapes. Before you start, make a list of all the 3D shapes that you can remember. I’ll get you started; cube; sphere ……….

Once you’ve made your list it’s time to do a 3D shape hunt. The best place to look is in the kitchen. Make a list of the objects you find, for example, cereal box – cuboid. How many can you find?

Now watch the video on this website and fill in the worksheet below.



How did you get on with naming the people in The Last Supper drawing? Here’s the answer:


This week we are learning about how Jesus appears to the Disciples. In the Bible in the Gospels of Luke and John it tells us about this. Divide your page into 6 and draw pictures to show how Jesus appeared to his Disciples and then write a sentence or two for each picture. Here’s the words from Luke 24 v 36-49:


Design Technology

Last week in Art you drew Tower Bridge. This week you are going to design your own bridge. The only thing you can use is paper. Watch the video below for the instructions and have a go. Once you’ve finished take some photos and send them to admin@stsaviours.lewisham.sch.uk



Catch up with Joe Wicks’ daily sessions:



Work for Week of 20th April


Use the following website:


Use the website to find out as much information as you can about The River Thames. Try making a fact sheet including:

The source (where the river begins)

The mouth (where the river enters the sea)



Towns and villages the river flows through

Famous or well known bridges

Other rivers that flow into the River Thames

Any other interesting facts about the river

Now use the facts that you have found to write a report. This video from the BBC will help you to organise your report:


Make sure that you add in some diagrams and add captions.


What is area and perimeter? When would we use these words? Take a look at the video link below:


Now try these:


You might need a pencil and paper to work out some of the answers.

Remember that for a square or rectangle:

Area = length and width

Perimeter = the distance (or length) around the outside of the shape


See if you can find an image of The Last Supper (just before Jesus was crucified). Try to find the names of all of the people in the picture. Have a go at drawing the picture and writing the names of everyone.

Now watch the video below and write your own version of The Last Supper:



You are going to attempt to draw one of the bridges over the River Thames. Of course the most famous bridge is called Tower Bridge. Take a look at the video clip and have a go. It would be best to use an ordinary pencil (unless you have any art pencils):



Use the video clip below. This video shows the journey from the source to the mouth of The River Thames. The video uses music to accompany it. See if you can describe how the different music helps to show different parts of the river. Close your eyes and see if you can write words to describe the music eg is it peaceful, or tranquil; or is it angry or cross. See if you can come up with your own descriptive words (adjectives)



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 ICT Safety Work


9th April 2020

 2nd April 2020



Interactive Maths – click the Year 3 tab

Maths for lovers of Maths

Home Learning – Maths and English

Free Books to read

Free audio books

Fun Interactive History

Fun Interactive Geography




30th March 2020

KS2 Writing

KS2 Creative Writing

KS2 Daily Maths Workout

KS2 Fractions Lesson

KS2 Converting Units of Measure (practical task and worksheets)


ICT Work


Mr Chown’s KS2 YouTube Channel