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William Cobbett Primary School

Year 3

For the Summer Term we will continue to set home learning activities each week which can be accessed by clicking the purple links for each week's overview. Here is a guide to things which will be on-going most weeks and you can dip in whenever. The passwords for the sites we subscribe to are in the children's purple homework books. Please note new information below about the Summer Term Reading Challenge!

General activities

Times table Rock stars – continuing to practise as your individual character. Watch out for new weekly challenges!

Languagenut website - to practise your French

Year 3 Summer Term Reading Challenge  -  the lists of books in this challenge are in the children's reading record books - continue to read your books

Joe Wicks Body Coach – daily 30 minute workouts

Purple mash – 2type – typing game

Top Tip: To use Purple Mash, click on the 2Do tab to find your activities.

Year 3 Summer Term Reading Challenge

We are pleased to announce the launch of the Year 3 Reading Challenge was really successful! The children have been inspired to read a range of books running alongside the children’s current reading scheme.  Lots of children have gained their certificates in recognition of their reading efforts - well done to all of those who have taken part!

For the Summer Term we have created an adapted Home learning reading challenge to more suit the home environment.  If your child completes 4 challenges, they will gain a Bronze certificate, 8 challenges will award them a Silver certificate and to achieve the Gold certificate they must successfully complete 12 challenges from their checklist.  The children’s certificates will be presented to them at the end of the Summer Term.

If you already have loads of lovely books and resources at home, please feel free to use any of those on your Summer Reading Challenge.  As ever, when using online resources, please make sure you monitor your children and make sure they are making age appropriate choices.  We have tried to make this challenge as fun as possible and you should be able to complete it using the resources below.  Any problems accessing resources or sourcing particular books, feel free to contact the school library at; and they may be able to help!

We look forward to a term of avid reading and we can’t wait to hear about their favourite reads!