In English we have been looking at writing instructions.  Your homework is to write instructions based on something you would do at home a routine, recipe etc. Look at the examples below for ideas on how to lay out your instructions. What features will they need?


How to Wash Your Elephant

Has your elephant rolled in mud? Elephants need to be kept clean or they can often become unhealthy. Use this handy set of instructions to ensure you keep your pet squeaky clean. Method

1.Firstly, prepare your elephant for their bathing session in an area with plenty of space. Make sure that your animal is calm, well-fed and content. It may help to tickle their tummies to relax them if they are nervous about getting wet.

2.Next, prop up the step ladders beside your pet otherwise it is impossible to reach the top of their body. Climb the ladders carefully as you carry the hosepipe. Use lukewarm water to completely soak your elephant’s skin.

3.After that, squeeze a whole bottle of elephant shampoo onto the animal’s back. Use the sweeping brush to reach up and scrub every part of their dirty skin. Start at their back and work downwards to their feet.

4.Afterwards, rinse them off until all of the soap suds are gone. Be very careful not to let any of the shampoo drip into your pet’s eyes as the pain could cause them to suddenly charge at you.

5.Now, you need to make your elephant lie down. A tasty bun may be helpful to convince them to go down to the ground. Use the sand paper to file the dead skin from the bottom of their feet and the nail clippers to trim their toenails. As a result, you should watch out for sharp bits of flying elephant toenail!

6.Finally, you need to gently clean your elephant’s nostrils and ears using the feather duster. This can be very dangerous. Move quickly away from your elephant’s trunk if they begin to shake or start to breathe more heavily. You do not want to be in the firing line of a powerful elephant sneeze.

Enjoy your spotlessly clean mammal but keep a close eye on them near any muddy puddles!

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New Year, new me!

Hi everyone!


New Year’s Eve is celebrated on December 31st, the last day of the calendar year.

People enjoy getting together with family or friends and counting down the hours, minutes and seconds to the start of a brand new year. You might even be allowed to stay up extra late!

In London, Big Ben chimes to tell us when the new year has arrived, then a huge firework display takes place on the banks of the River Thames.

New Year’s Day is on January 1st and is often seen as a fresh start. Many people like to make new year resolutions which are personal goals that they aim to work on throughout the year.

Some examples: Getting homework in on time, keeping your bedroom tidy, doing more exercise or eating more healthily.

Comment below to tell me what your New Year’s resolution is.

Ms T. x

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Here is the medley for our production! Get learning and remember to bring in black clothes to wear on Friday!


MEDLEY lyrics 1

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Making music!

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Hey folks!

This week your homework is to learn 2 songs.  The first song is ‘Making your mind up ‘ – Year 3’s contribution to the Christmas production.

You can find the lyrics here:

(Y3) Making your mind up


The next song is a song we have been practising in class to help us learn our 4 times tables!  Follow the link below to sing and dance along with Cyril the Swan!

Happy singing!

Ms Turner



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Balanced diet

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Hi everyone!

Your homework this week was to plan a healthy meal by looking at the nutritional information on food packets.  What meal did you decide on?  Which food groups does it contain?  How did you make sure it was balanced?  Let us know below by commenting below!


Stay healthy!


Ms T x

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Hi everyone,

This week we have been learning how to be more mindful.  Watch this mindfulness video and then comment below to let me know how you found it.


Now try this mindfulness activity:

Do you find it easy or hard to be mindful?  Why?  How does it make you feel?  Let me know by commenting below!

Stay mindful!

Ms T.

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You’d better shape up!

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Hey everyone!

This week we have started learning about 2D shape.  Play these games below to help improve your knowledge on shape and measurement.


Comment below to tell me what you have learnt from playing these games!


Happy playing!


Ms T

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Ready, Steady, Blog!

We are pleased to announce that we have now rectified the technical issues that led to the delay in our class blogs being active and linked to our school website.

Now that we are back with a bang, don’t forget to check in with us regularly to see how well we are achieving across the curriculum and to keep up to date with all the happenings in each class.

We look forward to welcoming your comments and will be announcing a ‘Blog of the Week’ in each newsletter.

So what is left to say other than… ready, steady, blog!

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London is the place for me!

Hi everyone!

Over the last month, we have been learning about the SS  Empire Windrush and this Thursday, we will be taking part in a parade around the school to celebrate the diversity in our country.

We will also be singing the song, ‘London is the place for me’, so your homework is to learn this song ready for the parade and maybe also for our sharing assembly on the 16th November!


Find the song and words here:

What do you love about living in London?  How do you think the people on the Windrush felt when the arrived ere?  Leave a comment below to let me know!


Ms T. x

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Mental Strategies for addition and subtraction


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Hi 3T!


This week we are learning strategies to help us with addition and subtraction.  Click on the link below to play some games to help you practise these strategies!


Which game did you like the best?  Why?  Let me know by commenting below!

Ms Turner


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