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Year 3 and 4 Home Learning

While school is closed, daily and weekly tasks will be added to the Year 3 and 4 class page for children to complete. If you or your children have any questions or concerns please don't hesitate to contact me via email. lrobinson@stcuth-wig.cumbria.sch.uk 




Weekly spelling lists will be added to Spelling Shed every Monday. Please spend some time every day practising your spellings.

Grammar and Punctuation

Website: https://www.spag.com/

Complete this week's tasks, one today and one on Wednesday



This week has been unlike any other week we have ever known. In the future children like you will be studying this time as part of their education in History. I would like you to write a diary for this week. Imagine someone will be using your writing as evidence of how children lived and learned during this time.  Imagine they are going to be put into a time capsule and buried for the next 30 or so years. 

How do you feel about not going to school? What is it like to be learning at home? What have you and your family been doing? You are not allowed out to play, how does this make you feel? Are you listening to the news? How are you using technology to stay in touch with your friends? Have you put a rainbow in your window? Why? Did you join in with the clapping last night? Why? Are you staying in your pyjamas all day! What have you done this week that you really enjoyed and couldn't have done at school? 

These are just a few ideas, I'm sure you can add some of your own. I look forward to reding your diaries.


Maths will be set daily.

Log on to TTRS for 15 minutes every day- who will be this week's champion?

There's now a Battle of the Bands on TTRS, Year 3 v Year 4. The more games you play in The Studio, the higher the score will be for your team. 

Daily mental maths

Friday's answers 


Follow the link below to the Whiterose website for home learning, watch the video tutorial for lesson 5  and then complete the activity sheet - Get the Activity. You can mark your work after - Get the Answer.

Year 3: https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-3/

Year 4: https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-4/


Religious Education

We are going to explore the Islamic culture and faith. Find this week's key enquiry questions below:

When and where in the world did the Islamic faith begin?

Where did it begin and how does this compare to other faiths? (Christianity, Buddhism, Hinduism, Sikhism, ect).

a) Write a paragragh about where the faith began.

b) Draw a timeline of when these faiths originated.

What are the core beliefs of the Islamic faith?

There are a number of short videos to help you with your research on the BBC website:




Our topic in Science is Light. Work your way through the powerpoint and complete the tasks shown below. You have a paper copy of these in your Science learning packs.



Try to do between 15 and 30 minutes of physical activity every day. Here are a few websites with different actvitiies for you to try.

Art and Design

Drawing with Mo Willems - watch the video and create your own masterpiece! 

Website: https://www.kennedy-center.org/globalassets/education/education-landing-page/mo-willems/day-05_mokc_super-bounce_v4.pdf to download activity.




Log on to Purple Mash and complete the 2Dos for Computing. Make sure you complete the 'Using Email Safely' 2Do before the quiz.


Log on to the website, go into lessons or games and choose colours. Spend half an hour learning and practising the names of colours.


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