Class 3 2020 - 2021

Mr Hudson

Monday 13th July

Hi class three. Hope everyone enjoyed the sunny weekend and you are looking forward to the last week of the school year. I want to say a big well done and thank you to everyone who has been in since I've started teacing the class, your behaviour, attitude and enthusiasm to work has made my job so much easier!

This week in Maths year 4 will be working on the properties of triangles and quadrilaterals. Year 5 will be moving on to angles on a straight line and around a point. I have uploaded the problem solving questions again for you to attempt if you want to.

Thanks so much for the topic work you have done so far, I will add it to the display this week. Please continue to send in any work you have done.

Enjoy the final week!

Mr Harrison

Monday 6th July

Hi class three. Hope you all had a nice wekend and hopefully the weather is sunny this week! I have created a link to a new page at the top of this page titled 'week beginning 6th July' where I have uploaded all the relevant work for this week.

In maths we are carrying on with geometry and particularly looking at angles. In class we have been doing a 10 minute brain starter with some problem solving questions. I have uploaded three separate questions to do before you start on the angles work. These are fun problems to get you thinking and a chance to be creative with how you answer them!

In literacy we will be carrying on with The Many Worlds of Albie Bright. We will also be looking at persuasive letter writing. The task will be to think of an exciting improvement that can be made to your school life and then to write a persuasive letter. Some ideas so far have been to have a four day working week, bring a pet to school day or even banning literacy.

In class we have been working really hard on our topic of Our Solar System. I have uploaded a photo of the wall display and I'm hoping for more creative work to put on there. So far we have done posters on individual planets and will be looking to do a factfile on famous astronauts.

If you have done any work at home please feel free to email it to me at and I will add it to our display.

Enjoy your week.

Mr Harrison

If you click on the tab called 'End of Year Expectations, you will be able to see the curriculum expectations for Year Four and Year Five for Maths, Reading and Writing.

If twinkl asks for a pin please try HT1526

 Monday 29th June

Hi Class 3 hope you have had a lovely week in the gorgeous sunshine and are ready for a new week and a new maths topic. We are looking at angles this week and I can assure that this time I have actually uploaded the lessons on twinkl!  It can get a bit confusing uploading 4 different year groups work so I can only apologise.  If you need the pin then please see the top of this page. 

Did any of you set up your own sports activity in honour of national school sports at home week?  It would e lovely to see your work uploaded to the scrapbook.  Lucia you have been working super hard.  There is a lot of your work on there.

In literacy, you are going to be carrying on with the book we started last week 'The Many Worlds of Albie Bright.'  This is the book that Mr Harrison is doing in Class 3 at the moment.  I hope you all managed to access it in some way. 

Next week is national art week so thats a good excuse to do lots and lots of art!  July is also the start of national picnic month and plastic free July.  You could work out how to have a plastic free picnic!

Enjoy your week

Mrs Tench


Monday 22nd June

Good morning Class 3.  I hope you enjoyed the activities I set for you last week.  This week I am going to add some science activities too.  I will give you a list that you can choose from over the next few weeks.  Please try to do at least one science activity each week.

This week is National School Sports Week at Home.  Unfortunately we cannot hold our sports day this year so it would be geeat to see you setting up your own sports activities at home. this link will allow you to register with the Youth Sport Trust and you will receive activities you can do at home.  You could set up obstacle courses, hold a danceathon or even set yourself a target of completing a certain number of steps a day.

I would love to see your ideas and also the work that you are doing at home.  Please use the scrapbook facility to upload your work.

Enjoy your week

Mrs Tench

Sunday 14th June

Hello Class 3

Mrs Tench here!  Hope you are all keeping well and are working hard at home.  I am going to be taking over your online learning for the next few weeks as Mr Hudson is in school with the keyworker children.  It might be slightly different to what you are used to but you'll soon pick it up.  This week you are going to be focusing on time in maths.  We will be looking at days, weeks, months and years.  In literacy we are going to looking at plurals.  I will teach the rules for this.  For a reading focus I will upload an image for you to discuss or think about.

I will upload the files for you to access every Sunday in preparation for the week ahead.  Try to do what you can.  Most importantly keep up with your reading, practise those timestables so you are super quick at them and keep up your writing.  You could write a letter to a friend or relative you haven't seen for a while, write a lockdown story or write some instructions for some delicious cooking or baking you have been doing.  Make sure you upload your work to the scrapbook so we can see what you have been up to.

Saturday 20th June marks the start of national sports week at home.  You could be thinking of some activities you could be doing at home to celebrate this.


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Contact the School

Duddon St Peter's Primary School

Tarporley Rd

Head teacher:
Paul Hudson B. Ed., NPQH

Main Contact: Julie Novak

Tel: 01829 781366
Fax: 01829 781140