Cherry Orchard, Lichfield, Staffordshire WS14 9AN

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St Joseph's Catholic Primary School

Growing with Jesus

Welcome to Year 3's Learning Page!

Year 3

Homework set - 22.6.18

To be completed for 3.7.18


Words ending in 'sion' as /zhun

  1. television
  2. invasion
  3. confusion
  4. division
  5. vision
  6. conclusion
  7. explosion
  8. illusion
  9. decision
  10. collision


Please read and complete the 'Secret Hideaway' activity in homework books.

Children should be reading daily for 10-15 minutes to enhance their range of vocabulary and check understanding, as well as fluency as they read.


The children need to be practicing their times tables daily.

By the end of year 3 children are expected to know their 2x, 3x, 4x, 5x, 8x and 10x tables. The children should have their username and password for Times tables Rock Stars in their homework books.


Please read and discuss the Wednesday Word together. You may record a few sentences, prayer or pictures if you wish.

 Homework presentation

 Please ensure that you follow the school presentation rules in the same way that you would in your school books.  

For this reason, we have provided a new homework book for this term. Please refer to the homework section of the website for further information.



Spring Topic

Ancient Greece


Year 3 have gone back in time exploring Ancient Greece during this Spring Term.


The children have been doing some map work, looking at why Greece is such a popular place to visit and researching as far back as the First ever Olympic games!


The children had a fantastic workshop where they explored Greek myths and legends through some drama work!



Spring Term Science - Investigation of Forces

In Science this half term the children have been exploring forces. They have been working scientifically and investigating the way different forces affect movement.Take a look at the investigation carried out by the children, to test how much force would be needed to move the toy car! The children also had to apply some mathematical thinking, by measuring how far the toy car moved.