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Year 3: Elephant Class

Class team 2019/20:

Natalie Graham - Teacher

Rebecca Brand - Teaching Assistant

Jessica Jones - Higher Level Teaching Assistant

Hello everyone, and welcome to our class webpage!


Click on the picture to read Baring's version of Oi Frog! 


A little something for you! 




Dear Elephant Class,

I hope you are well and remembering to help your grown ups if they ask you.

Here are some ideas of things for you to do while you are at home: 

  • Remember to read for at least 20 minutes every day.
  • Watch Newsround and write about what you saw.
  • Practise your times tables as much as you can.  You can write them out, chant them, rap them, ask an adult to quiz you.  You should be planning to know your 2s, 3s, 4s, 5s, 6s, 8s and 10s.
  • It is really important to remember to get outside and do some exercise every day.  It is important for you to keep healthy in your body and mind. Jump on your trampoline, kick your football, ride your bike or scooter.
  • Our topic at the moment is 'Hot Chocolate'. You could write a character description of one of the children from our book, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. 
  • Every week I will set you some maths games on the Abacus website. You all have your passwords  and logins and the school code is: bari 
    Here is a link to the Abacus website



Take care all of you and I am already looking forward to seeing you all soon.

From Mrs Graham, Ms Brand and Ms Jones


Monday 23rd March 2020

(Grown ups, I have added my email address to this page. Please see above.)

Hello Elephant Class, I hope you have all had a good weekend and that you are all remembering to wash your hands.

Press on the links below for 5 literacy lessons that you can do this week.

Picture News Lesson plans 23.3.20

Assembly resource

Resource 2

If you would like to do some more learning linked to this then have a look at this.


Tuesday 24th March 2020

States of matter Lesson 1

  1. Then, in your green book, write some of the properties of solids, liquids and gases. Next, ask your grown ups if you can have a look at the things in your kitchen cupboards, can you find: 3 solids and 3 liquids? Write them in your green book.
  2. Do the quiz at the bottom of the webpage bbcbitesize (scroll down)
  3. Finally watch this episode of Operation Ouch, there is a very rude section on farts (how shocking). Definitely DO NOT laugh every time Dr Chris and Dr Xand say the word fart!! DO NOT do a tally chart of how many times you laugh and DO NOT do a tally chart each time they say the word fart!! (you know I am joking, of course I want you to do the tally charts)
  4. Have a go at 5-a-day.  Click on the picture to go to the website

                                      login: bari6295

                                      password: unar5b                      

 Wednesday 25th March 2020

Here is our home learning for today! Remember to watch Newsround too.


I would like you to have a PE lesson today with Joe. I've already done it and I got quite puffed out but it was brilliant fun!


Please do the third lesson of picture news (see Monday 23rd)


 Complete at least one of your Abacus maths games.


 Read one of your books for at least 20 mins today. Then tell someone in your house what happened in the story.

Take care all of you!

From Mrs Graham


Thursday 26th March 2020

This morning I made this poster and stuck it in my window. I wanted to say thank you to all the people who are working in the hospitals who are helping people get better from the coronavirus and caring for them.

Can you make a poster too and put it in your window? Just imagine if everyone in Elephant Class made one! I think lots of NHS workers would see them as they pass our homes.

What colours would you use? What would you write on yours? Would you colour yours using paint, pencils or pens? Please email me a photo of your poster when you have finished it. I can't wait to see them!



We love watching Newsround don't we. Have a look at this:

 If you are allowed to stay up until 8pm tonight will you clap too? I will definitely be clapping as loudly as I possibly can.


 Monday 30th March 2020

Hello Elephant class, I hope you are all safe and well. I have really enjoyed reading your emails so thank you very much for sending them to me.

Here are 5 literacy/reading lessons, you could do one each day this week.

Press here for lesson plans

Here is Assembly Resource for lesson 1.

Here is Picture news at home for lesson 2.

Here is Resource 2 for lesson 5.

If you would like to read more here is Resource 1.

Finally, enjoy reading the newspaper.


This week we are starting to look at fractions again.

Press here to watch the video for WEEK ONE.

Then you can open 'Get the activity' to the right of the video. You don't have to print it out, you can just write your answers in your green book. You could do 1 or 2 questions each day. Then, when you have finished, you can be the teacher and mark your own learning! How exciting!

(the answers are just below 'Get the activity'. Enjoy, and remember it doesn't matter if you are right or wrong as long as you have TRIED YOUR BEST.)


Tuesday 31st March

Good morning Elephants. Good news, the sun is out today!

We have started our new Science topic and here is lesson two.

States of matter Lesson 2


  1. First, watch this film.

Then read the information written underneath it. Can you answer these questions?

  1. what happens to a solid when you heat it?
  2. what happens to water when it is cooled?
  3. what temperature does chocolate melt at?
  4. Finally, watch this episode of Crackerjack! Tell me if the pies are liquid, solid or gas?

Have fun!

From Mrs Graham


Wednesday 1st April 2020
Good Morning everyone! We love singing in Elephant class don't we! Have a look at these songs that Mrs Hibberd has sent. Sing loudly so that I can hear you!!!

Dear choir and anybody else who loves to sing!

I am missing our weekly choir sessions and thought that you might like to keep up with your singing. So here are some of our warm ups and the songs we are learning that are all on YouTube. Remember music makes us feel happy and relaxed so keep singing. Take care all of you. Julia


  1. To stop the train

  1. Let's start to sing

  1. Do 're me (from sound of music)


How far I'll go

I wish I knew how

There's a power in the music



Monday 20th April 2020

Good morning Elephant class! I hope you have all enjoyed a good rest during the Easter holidays. It is  really nice to be back chatting to you even if it is through the website. I hope you are all well and keeping safe. Remember that you and your parents can email me anytime.

Hands up who has done Joe Wicks' PE lesson this morning!

Here is some new learning for this week:


This week we are starting to look at fractions again.

1. Press here to watch the video for WEEK TWO.

2. Then you can open 'Get the activity' to the right of the video.

3. Be the teacher and mark your own learning! How exciting!

The answers are just below 'Get the activity'. Enjoy, and remember it doesn't matter if you are right or wrong as long as you have TRIED YOUR BEST.

Picture News 

Lesson One

Open Assembly Resource then answer the following questions:

1 How would you describe what wildlife conservation is?

2 How many species are at risk of extinction? How do you feel about this?

3 How many species of river dolphin live in the Amazon river?

4 Watch this short film about river dolphins,

Lesson Two

Open up ‘picture news at home’ and read it. Answer the questions that you can see at the bottom of the page.

Lesson Three

  1. Read about the 6 different types of animal on resource 1. Can you write down two more animals for each type?
  2. Choose your favourite animal and find out about it. What does it eat, where does it live etc. Draw a picture and label it.

 Lesson Four

Here are some ideas for today, you can do both of them or just one of them. Send me a picture if you can.

  • Make up your own wild animal! Think about its name, habitat, diet, behaviour, appearance and how it is adapted to its environment.

  • Design and make your own 3D junk model of an animal. You could use anything you can find in your home; empty cereal boxes, kitchen roll, screwed up paper. 

Lesson Five

Read Resource 2 and answer these questions. You will find all the answers in Resource 2.

  1. What colour is the black rhino?
  2. How many black rhinos are left in the world?
  3. Why does the black rhino have a pointed upper lip?
  4. What do black rhinos use their horns for?
  5. Now answer the questions in the brown thought bubbles (on resource 2)


Tuesday 21st April 2020

Hello Elephant class, here are some fun Science things for you to do.

Science States of Matter Lesson 3

Evaporation and condensation

  1. Watch this video.

Then read the information underneath it and answer these questions.

  1. how do liquids change into gases?
  2. how can a gas turn back into a liquid?
  3. when gas (water vapour) cools down, what does it become?
  4. do the quiz at the bottom of the page.

Now it is experiment time!

Here is an evaporation experiment for you to do!

What you need:

A cup, some water, a pen or tape

  1. Place a cup of water in a very sunny place. If it is a plastic or paper cup, use a pen to mark the level of the water. If it is a normal cup you could mark the level with a piece of tape.
  2. Check the water level every hour and see what changes. As the sun heats the water, it should begin to evaporate it.
  3. How long does it take for all your water to disappear?

How to make rain! This is a condensation experiment.

This one looks really good and I am going to do it too. BUT IT DOES INVOLVE HOT WATER SO YOU MUST DO IT WITH AN ADULT

What you need:

A glass or see-through container, a plate, some ice.

  1. First fill a cup a bit more than half full of hot water.
  2. Put a plate on top of the cup with hot water.
  3. Then place an ice cube on top of the upside down cup.
  4. Watch as condensation begins to form on the bottom of the plate, just like a cloud!

You can watch someone else doing the experiment here.


Wednesday 22nd April

Good morning! Today is National Stephen Lawrence Day. This is the day when we celebrate the life and legacy of Stephen, who was killed in a racist attack when he was just 18 years old. Stephen lived in Eltham which is very near to our school. He had a bright future ahead of him and, although his life was short he had lived it well.

Stephen Lawrence Day is about creating a world where children's voices are heard and where everyone is treated with fairness and respect.

Here are some activities that you could do at home. I really like the bridge building project! Send me some photos of what you do if you can.


Friday 24th April 2020

Good morning everyone! I hope you are all well.

If you are sending photos of your child and their work to me please indicate in your email if you would NOT like their photos shown on our website and blog. We have added lots of photos already so use the blog link at the bottom of this page to have a look.

This morning I have added new Abacus games for you.

Wellbeing lesson

At the moment we are all at home with our families so today I would like you to think about teamwork and the skills you have. Here are some videos for you to watch. There is also a resource sheet to print out, don't worry if you haven't got a printer just write your ideas in your green book.


Monday 27th April 2020

Good morning! I hope you all had a good weekend and enjoyed the sunshine.

This week is Design and Technology week at Baring. Here are some super fun ideas that you could do over the next two weeks. Remember to send me some photos of what you have made!


This week we are comparing and ordering fractions. Remember to draw your fractions on an empty number line.

1. Press here to watch the video for Summer term week 1 (we are one week behind).

2. Then you can open 'Get the activity' to the right of the video.

3. Be the teacher and mark your own learning! How exciting!

The answers are just below 'Get the activity'. Enjoy, and remember it doesn't matter if you are right or wrong as long as you have TRIED YOUR BEST.


Here are 5 literacy lessons for this week;

Lesson One

Watch this online assembly and complete one of the challenges at the end.

Lesson Two


First, read the Assembly Resource. Discuss any tricky words with your grown up or your older brother or sister. Then answer some or all of these questions:

  1. What games have you played while school has been closed?
  2. What games would you like to play?
  3. Do you think the playaparttogether campaign is a good or bad idea? Can you explain why?

Lesson Three

Look at Resource 1. Then write a list of all the things you have enjoyed doing while school has been closed. Next time you feel a bit bored you could do something from your list.

Lesson Four

Look at Resource 2. Which games have you already played? Write a list of games you would like to play or learn once we are back at school.

Lesson Five

Look at these ideas and choose at least one to do. Send me a photo if you can.

Tuesday 28th April 2020

What a surprise to see rain today!


States of Matter

Here is a brilliant science experiment from the Science Museum. You will love it because you have to make ice cream! Do you think the ice cream will start as a solid, liquid or gas? Once it becomes ice cream will it be a solid, liquid or gas? Enjoy!

 A Picture News special edition

This is a special edition of Picture News to celebrate the achievements of Captain Tom Moore. Have you heard of him? I really enjoyed reading about him, I hope you do too.

This tells you what to do.

Press here for the poster image.

Press here for the newspaper.


Thursday 30th April 2020

Happy 100th Birthday Colonel Tom Moore!

Would you like to enter a competition? To enter it you need to design and make your own mini-garden and submit a photo. You can find more the information here.

Remember to clap for all our NHS heroes at 8pm tonight.


Monday 4th May 2020

Good morning Elephant class. I have really enjoyed reading your emails and looking at the photos you have sent me. It is lovely to see your smiling faces and puts a big smile on my face. Thank you. 

Here are some literacy lessons about toys!  

Lesson One

Read this and answer the following questions:

1. Which film did the slinky dog appear in?

2. What are Beanie Babies?

3. What happens to a Tamagochi once it has hatched?

 4. Write a list of all the toys you play with now, you can include computer games. Remember to use commas in your list!

Lesson Two

Read this short piece of information about toys and then answer the questions at the bottom about your favourite toys.

Lesson Three

Have a look at these toys and write about the one you like best. What do you like about it?

Lesson Four

You can read about a woman called Jo here and find out about all the toys she has played with in her life. Then answer the questions in the brown thought bubbles. 

Lesson Five

I loved seeing the wild animals that you designed! Your next challenge is to design and make a toy! Decide what you could make using items you already have at home e.g. a tower set, pencils, puppets, a shoebox house, a sock soft toy, a car ramp, cardboard, paper etc.

  • First draw a picture of your toy design and label it.
  • Then write a list of all the resources you need to make it.
  • Finally, if you can, make and send me a photo please! 


This week we are learning about money. Remember 100p = £1. OOh, there is even a bar model in lesson 4. We love those don't we!

1. Press here to watch the video for lesson one Summer term week 3.

2. Then you can open 'Get the activity' to the right of the video.

3. Be the teacher and mark your own learning! How exciting!

4. You could do one lesson each day this week.

The answers are just below 'Get the activity'. Enjoy, and remember it doesn't matter if you are right or wrong as long as you have TRIED YOUR BEST.


Maths Nrich

Here is a fun counting game for you to try.


Thursday 7th May 2020

Here is a little art project for you to try. All you need is paper, a pen or pencil and something to draw. You can choose anything at all. It could be your glass of water, one of your toys, a piece of fruit, absolutely anything.

Science States of Matter

Lesson 4

The water cycle is the journey that water takes from land to sky then back again.

Here is a Dr Binocs show for you to watch first. We enjoyed watching him when we were learning about earthquakes. Do you remember?

Then watch this video.

Read the information underneath it and answer these questions:

  1. What happens to water when it is heated up by the sun?
  2. How are clouds made?
  3. What do you think precipitation is?
  4. Now do the quiz at the bottom of the page.

Here is a precipitation experiment for you to do!

What you need:

  • A clear cup or jug or bowl
  • Shaving foam
  • Ink or runny paint or food colouring


1. First fill the cup almost full of water.

2. Next spray shaving foam on top. These are the clouds.

3. Then squirt several drops of runny paint or food colouring on top of the shaving foam.

4. Finally, watch as the shaving foam cloud becomes heavy and the colour rains down into the cup.


Here are some more maths games for you to try:

Oak National Academy


BBC Bitesize

Monday 11th May 2020

Good morning Elephants! Thank you for the beautiful film that some of you are in. What are lovely thing to do for us, so thoughtful. It means a lot and it was great to see your smiling faces.

Have a look at this fun film! Then answer these questions:

1. What did the man do to look after the penguin?

2. Where did he take the penguin?

3. Why did the penguin leave?

4. Does the story remind you of a book you have read or a film you have watched?

5. What animal would you choose for a best friend? Tell me why.



This week we are multiplying and dividing by 4 and 8.


  • when you multiple your answer gets bigger
  • when you divide your answer gets smaller

1. Press here to watch the videos for Summer term week 4.

2. Then use this BBC bitesize link for some extra practice.


Here are some Picture News lessons. This week the newspaper is all about satellites. I have learnt a lot from reading it. I hope you do too.

Lesson One

Open Assembly Resource and read it. Then answer these questions:

1. How many satellites are there in Starlink?

2. How much will it cost to complete Starlink?

3. Who is the founder of the company SpaceX?

4. Do you think this project is a good idea?


Lesson Two

Open resource 1 and read the information about stars. Look up the following installations using google and draw them in your book:

1. Orion

2. Taurus

3. Gemini

4. the Plough

Next time you look at the stars, you might be able to spot one of the installations!


Lesson Three

Watch this short film about Orion. Write the story in your own words or make up your own story about one of the constellations.


Lesson Four

Space Art! Create your own space picture. What will be the subject of your picture? A satellite, a star, a rocket, a planet, a constellation? What view will you use e.g. looking up into space or down, back at Earth? What colours, shapes, lines and tones will you use? Will you use pencil, crayon, paint or materials or could you create your piece of art using a computer program?


Lesson Five

Jot down as many words as you can to describe a star. Use these words to write a sentence describing a star or to create a poem. Don’t forget to include a picture.


Star Maths!

Here are lots of ideas of maths games that you could play just using just the numbers 0 to 20.



We are going to start a new topic, plants! If you have a garden or you go to the park, have a good look at some of the different parts of the plants. You could draw some of them too.

Watch this short film about the parts of a plant. Then draw a picture of a plant, label it and write down what jobs the different parts do. Remember to label the roots, stem, leaves and flowers.

Monday 18th May 2020

Hello everybody!

Here are some maths ideas for you to do.

Lesson 1

Have a look at this fractions lesson on bitesize and complete activity one.

Lesson 2

Have a go at the activity two worksheet. Then check your answers using the answer sheet

Lesson 3

Have a go at this fraction quiz!



This term we are learning about prehistoric Britain and we are going to start our topic today by thinking about how we can become Historians and history detectives.

Click here to find the lesson.  There are lots of ideas for you to do. Have a go at the different ideas over the next week.



Good morning! Here is a fantastic booklet from Millwall Football Club. Inside it you will find a scavenger hunt, a wordsearch and lots and lots of ideas for new games. It even tells you how to check your heartbeat before and after exercising.

View document 2020_elephants/joy_of_moving_home_school_festival_booklet.pdf


Lesson 1

Did you know that an Italian Architect is planning a city of skyscrapers! Well, I didn't until I read it here.When you have read it answer these questions:

1. How would you describe the link project?

2. What is the architect's name?

3. What will each tower include?

4. How many floors will the tallest tower have?

5. How many plants will be able to grow in the towers?

Lesson 2

Draw a picture of your home then write a description of it. You could write about where it is, what is near it, what it looks like. You could also write what you like about your home and what you would change if you could. For example, I would put a river at the end of my garden or even a waterfall if I could.

Lesson 3

This page tells you a little bit about designing homes.

1. I would like you to design your perfect home, either for you or for someone else. Will it be a treehouse, a log cabin, a bungalow, a caravan or even a castle?

2. What different rooms will you need and what will they be used for?

3. What shape will it be, what shape will the roof be?

Lesson 4

1. Measure some of the rooms in your home. You could use a tape measure, a ruler, or use your own feet!

2. Can you remember what perimeter means? We have talked about it in maths. The perimeter is the distance around the shape. Add the sides of the shape together to find the perimeter of some of your rooms.

Lesson 5

1. Has anyone in your family ever lived in another country? Find these countries on a map of the world. You could use Google maps like we do in school.

2. Can you name any other countries on the map? I

3. If you could live anywhere in the world, where would you live and why?


Friday 22nd May 2020

Good morning everyone! Please look out for an important letter from Mrs Phillips today.



Have you ever seen the TV programme Countdown? If not, I bet your grown ups have. You can play it here, it is really good fun.

Do you remember the hundreds, tens and ones game that we play in class? Here are the rules. You can make 3-digit numbers or 4-digit numbers. If you haven't got a dice draw numbers on any cube shape you have eg a tissue box. Have fun and try and beat your brothers or sisters or your grown up!


Monday 1st June 2020

Good morning everyone! I hope you all had a bit of a rest over half term. Today we are going to start our History topic.


How do we know what prehistoric Britain was like?

Find out here. There is some information for you to read, two videos for you to watch and two exciting activities at the bottom of the page.

Find out:

  • what colour they used to paint themselves
  • how they got their food
  • what sort of tools they used



What jobs do people do?

Lesson 1

Watch this video about the different jobs people do. You can pause the video when you want to write down or share your ideas.

Lesson 2Read the information on here. Then answer these questions:

1. What does NHS stand for?

2. How many different types of jobs are there in Healthcare?

3. How many people are now registered on the NHS jobs website?

4. What job would you like to do when you grow up?

Lesson 3

Find out about 4 different jobs here.

Imagine your job is a fitness instructor! Design a fitness class and challenge your family to take part in it!

1. Which one of the jobs would you like to do and why? I think I would like to try Patryk's job!

Lesson 4

Find out what different people enjoy about their jobs here.

1. Write down the things they enjoy about their jobs.

2. Interview some of your grown ups and find out what they enjoy about their jobs.

Lesson 5

Now read the newspaper and find out about:

  • a beehive made out of lego
  • how a drone is helping the NHS
  • what other children think about space

 Now choose at least one of these ideas to do:

 1. Imagine your job is a fitness instructor! Design a fitness class and challenge your family to take part in it!

2. Give yourself 1 minute to list as many jobs as you can think of. Now ask someone else in your home to do it but they can’t use any of the ones you’ve already listed!

3. Some people wear a uniform to work. Discuss some of the reasons a uniform is worn e.g. the uniform protects them, we recognise who they are, it shows they belong to that job/group. Design a uniform for a job of your choice.

4. Think about how jobs and roles have changed over time. Can you research what jobs people did 50 years ago, 100 years ago? How are they the same/different?

5. Most people earn money for doing their job. Different jobs pay different amounts of money. Look at some of the different coins and notes we use and say what each is worth. Create a wish list of things you would like to save up for and buy. What notes and coins would you need to pay for each item exactly? Would you get change from £100? How much?

Monday 8th June 2020

Good morning everyone! I don't know about you but I miss the sunshine!

Let's carry on with some History this week.


What was it like to live in the Stone Age? Watch the video and find out:

  • How they made their houses
  • when farming began and how it changed their lives
  • what they used a long barrow for

There are lots of creative ideas for you to do at the bottom of the page. You could also create your own cave painting.

You could also do some information writing. Remember to use sub-headings and paragraphs. Here are some ideas for you to write about:

1. How Stone Age people built their houses

2. Farming in the Stone Age

3. Stone Age animals

4. Stone Age art



Lesson 1

Comparing 3-digit numbers.

Watch the video first. Then have a go at the activities. You could also play the hundreds, tens and ones game that we play in class!

Lesson 2

Ordering numbers up to 1000!

Read the information here. Make sure you click to the right and look at all 5 slides. There are lots of things for you to do. Remember, if you don't have a printer you don't have to print the twinkl sheets out you can just write the answers in your book. Activity 2 is really good fun!

Lesson 3

Adding 3-digit numbers.

Read the information carefully including all of the slides. Remember to add the ones column first, then the tens and finally the hundreds!

Then have a go at the three activities. Activity 3 is my favourite but press on the picture not the link to see it.

What is happening in our world now?

Black Lives Matter

On May 25, 2020, George Floyd, a 46-year-old black man, died in Minneapolis, Minnesota, after a white police officer Derek Chauvin knelt on his neck for almost nine minutes while George Floyd was handcuffed and lying face down on the street.

Many people around the world are now protesting about his death. You can find out more about the protests on the newsround website here.

You can find out more about Blackout Tuesday on the newsround website here.

Shola Richard is a black American writer. Find out how he feels when he walks around his local streets.  

Things to think and talk about once you have read about Shola:

  • What can it teach us about the effects of racism on his daily life?

  • Does any of his experience surprise us?

  • Why do you think he wanted to share his story at this time?


Tuesday 16th June 2020

Let's start with some maths!

Lesson 1

Subtracting 3-digit numbers

Press here for the lesson. Watch the videos as many times as you need to.


  • Have a go at the activities. Write down your working out (jottings) to help you.
  • Remember you don't have to print the Twinkl activity out you can just write it in your book.

Lesson 2

Efficient addition and subtraction methods

Sometimes it is better to work something out in your head and sometimes it is better to write it down. This lesson will help you work out which method to use.

Press here for the lesson.

Lesson 3

Mixed addition and subtraction problems.Press here for the lesson.

  • Think carefully whether it is asking you to add or subtract.
  • Write your working out down.
  • Activity 1 allows you get to write your own problems!
  • Activity 2 has lots and lots of questions on it. Do as many as you can then look for the answers at the bottom of the page.


What is Stonehenge? Find out here.

  • When and why was it built?
  • Use google maps to find out where it is in England.
  • Find out what Stonehenge looked like 4,000 years ago.
  • Find out what happens there on Midsummer's Day.

You will find two activities at the bottom of the page.

You could also:

1. Build your own Stonehenge out of lego.

2. Draw a picture of Stonehenge and label it with all the information you have found out.


Let's learn about common nouns and proper nouns here. Then take the quiz at the bottom of the page!


What do plants need to live?

Find out here.

  • What do they use light for?
  • What do they get from soil?
  • Help Mr Davis save his plant in activity 2.


Monday 22nd June 2020

Welcome to a new week! Let's start with some maths today. This week we are looking at money. Do remember to ask your grown ups if you can look at the coins they have in their purse/wallet and count your own money in your money box, if you have one.

Lesson One

Converting pounds and pence

Find the lesson here. The decimal point looks like a full stop and separates the pounds from the pence. When you get to activity three ignore the first page and scroll down to get your questions on page 2. Then you can check your own answers.

Lesson Two

Adding money

Find the lesson here.

Part one

Martin shows you how to add the coins. When he writes £1 and 2p, we would write that as £1.02. Remember money is still written in hundreds, tens and ones columns. Martin asks you to do one question yourself.

Part two

Martin shows you how to work out the question he asked you in part one. How did you get on?

Activity one

There are lots of questions for you to try here. Remember to add carefully.

Activity two

You will need to use this login to access this game:


Lesson three

Subtracting money

Aaron shows you how to subtract money. Remember you can also partition to help you subtract. Then you can complete the activity sheet and check your answers.


Now we are going to learn about the Bronze Age

What was it like to live in the Bronze Age? Find out here.

Find out:

  • what new invention the Beaker people brought with them
  • what important job small children had to do
  • what they used sheep for
  • how to make a sword

Make a poster or an information book to show everything you have learnt about the Bronze Age.



A new topic! Find out all about invertebrates and vertebrates here. Then do activity one and do the quiz. I've done it and it was fun.

Activity three tells you how to go on a spider hunt in your own home! ENJOY!

When you have finished choose an episode of DEADLY 60 to watch. 


Maths Week!

It is Maths week this week! Here are lots of fun outdoor maths activities that you can do.



View document 2020_elephants/mwl-activities-sheets_4.pdf

 Monday 29th June 2020

Welcome to another week! I hope you are all keeping well.


Find out about life during the Iron Age here.

Find out:

  • what their homes were like
  • what weapons they used
  • what they ate
  • what festivals they had

Activity one

Test your knowledge of the Iron Age in this activity.

Activity two

Here you can choose what you would wear if you were going into battle.

Have fun!


This week we are multiplying and dividing.

Lesson one

Practise your 3 times tables by multiplying and dividing by 3.

Lesson two

Practise your 8 times tables by multiplying and dividing by 8 here.

Lesson three

Multiply a 2-digit number by a 1-digit number. There is quite a lot to do/watch in this less so take your time and do it carefully.

 Lesson four

Learn how to divide a 2-digit number by a 1-digit number here.


Find out about food chains here.

Then you can watch a Dr Binocs episode all about food chains here.

Monday 6th July 2020

Good morning everyone! I hope you have all had a good weekend. Here is our learning for this week:


Lesson 1

We are looking at right angles again. Please find the lesson here. Do you remember when we looked for right angles in our classroom? This lesson will remind you all about right angles.

Lesson 2

Comparing angles

Do you remember the way we remembered the names of the different angles? We said angles smaller than a right angle were little and cute and their proper name is acute. Angles that are bigger than a right angle are called obtuse, do you remember that we said it slowly and loudly so that it sounded bigger?

Lesson 3

Let's learn to describe different types of lines here. Then you can find different types of lines in your name and in your home.

Lesson 4

Find out how to recognise parallel and perpendicular lines here.

Lesson 5

Now have a go at these fun challenges.



Let's find out about maps. Then draw a map of the area you live in.


Wellbeing (PSHE)

Learn more about how to work in a team here. Then have a think about how amazing you are in the activity.


Monday 13th July 2020

Hello Elephant Class! This will be our last week of home learning before the summer holidays start.


Lesson 1

Recognising 2D shapes. There are so many different 2D shapes so try and learn the names of them carefully.

Lesson 2

Recognising 3D shapes.

Lesson 3

Telling the time in 5 minute intervals.

Lesson 4

Here are lots of fun challenges for you to do.


This week we are going to learn about newspapers.

Lesson 1

Find out here why a newspaper is different to other types of writing.

Lesson 2

Find out about alliteration here and practise writing your own newspaper headlines.

Lesson 3

Find out how to write your own newspaper article here.


Find out about some famous artists here. Then learn how to print using a potato, yes a potato!


Hello Elephant Class! 

This is the last post you will receive as Year Threes! Next time we meet you will be in Year 4. Mrs Escayg and Mrs McCue are really looking forward to working with you. You will really enjoy Year 4. You will study some really exciting topics too- such as The Vikings.

In preparation for next year spend some time this summer finding out as much as you can about your endangered animal - The Rhino! 

These are the websites I would recommend if you want to keep working over the Summer:

Make sure you know your Times Tables off by heart!! It's also important to keep up your Reading too!!!  Remember to Read, read and read!!!

I really enjoyed getting to know you all this year and I look forward to seeing you all in September!

Take care all of you,

Mrs Graham


See blog for up to date news and photographs  


Topic web

Class letter

Want to know more about the teaching of numeracy?

These videos are for parents to see some of the things that we do in class. You will need your child's log in details to view the videos. 

Here's a link to the Oxford Owl website, which is full of FREE e-books for you to read at home.


You'll need to enter our username and password, 
Username: baring3        Password: elephant

You can read the books with an orange 'e' on them


Fed up wasting time doing Internet searches?

Try using the advanced search within Google, if you type in the exact words you are looking for it will give you fewer pages to scroll through! Try this link, to find it yourself on the google page scroll down to find the 'settings' and then choose advanced search.