On this page you will find work for both Year 3 and Year 4 pupils - please scroll down the page to look for the work related to your year group.
"My Hamster Has a Skateboard" Children's Poem by Kenn Nesbitt
Murray Lachlan Young - 'Annie McClue'
Baboon on the Moon
A lonesome Baboon has been assigned to live on the moon and light it every evening. Once his daily duty is performed he takes out his trumpet, playing a sonata to the Earth he loves and misses.
Watch this video as part of your new English topic- writing a persuasive advert to attract someone to work for NASA. You will find all the tasks and resources in your learning pack! Good luck.
Maths Home Learning support video
Hi everyone. I hope you’re all doing really well, staying nice and safe and learning as much as you possibly can. Here’s a quick video to help you see where you can find support for your maths tasks in your learning pack.
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