Update: 6.5.20

Hello 3H, 
We are now in our 5th week of home learning! Wow, hasn’t time flown by? I hope you are all well and still managing to get some learning done. I have uploaded some further learning activities in the homework section.
 This Friday (8th May) we should be celebrating VE Day. This is a day when we remember and celebrate the end of World War 2. We would normally have some celebrations for this day but unfortunately this cannot happen this year so I thought it would be nice if we could do some home learning activities based on this celebration day. Have a look at the learning grid on the homework page.
Miss Mistry and Miss Mather have found some wonderful resources to help us stay active during lock down. I have also uploaded some of these into the homework section
I am hoping to speak to you and your parents every week; I will be calling on a Wednesday afternoon to check in and see how you are doing. 
Stay safe and well.
Take care, Polar Bear.
Mrs Hardy



Hello again 3H!
I am sat here in the garden in this wonderful sunshine thinking about you all and wondering how you are getting on. I hope that you and your families are all well and are managing to stay safe in this unusual situation we find ourselves in. I am well and so are my boys…we have been spending a lot of time in the garden building tents and caves and a dinosaur land! 
I am expecting that by now you have a big pile of completed homework tasks to show me when we get back to school (I hope so!) Remember that it is important to fit some learning time in every day if you can.  In school this half term we would have been starting our new history topic – The Romans. This is a fascinating topic and I know you would have really enjoyed it so I have decided to focus some of your home learning activities on this topic. On the homework page for our class you will find a new homework grid with 12 activities focused on The Romans and 6 pages of SPaG activities. Please complete as many as you can and put them in your homework books.  I have also included 20 fun maths games that you can play at home – some of them need 2 players so ask someone to play with you. 
Remember to keep checking back here for updates.
Take care
Toodle – oo Kangaroo
Mrs Hardy



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Hello again 3H,
I hope you are all well and not causing too much mischief. Keep up with daily learning activities to make sure your clever brains stay ‘Rainbow Brains’ 🌈 
Me and the boys have been very creative recently and have enjoyed completing some of the activities from the grids below. Maybe you could also brighten up the house with some dragonflies and caterpillars like we have…we have hung ours up in the window. 
We have also been doing some yoga to exercise and stay healthy whilst indoors…why don’t you try some?
Stay safe and well
Toodle-oo Kangaroos 
Hello 3H!
I hope that you are all well and enjoying your time at home. Stay safe and keep washing your hands. I’m sorry I didn’t get chance to see you before we finished. 
You were given a learning pack to complete and I will also be updating learning on here. On the homework page there are some extra learning grids for you to complete once you have finished your learning packs. They are just like the homework grids we completed in spring – pick an activity and complete it on your homework book with a date and title.
I will also be checking into Mathletics and TTRockstars everyday…are you brave enough to challenge me? You can log in to Numbots using your Mathletics log in details. 
Keep reading and using those fabulous brains of yours. 
These websites are giving free access to books online and reading  activities: 
https://bit.ly/AudioElevenses Books read by David Walliams 
http://www.magickeys.com/books/ Lots of different types of books to read online
http://www.pobble365.com/ A picture and fabulous inference questions to answer
Check back here regularly for new learning tasks.
Take care and look after yourselves. 
See you later alligators!
Mrs Hardy