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Hello Class 3,

I hope you had a good day yesterday and didn't find it too difficult to get back into your learning at home. I had a busy day too, looking through some of the new resources that are being made for children's lessons at home and continuing to plan and prepare your work for the week ahead. There are lots of fun things that I have seen so I will start to use some of these ideas in your work. Today, I have used a new website for your English, it actually links to our robot work from last term. I hope you will enjoy the video lessons and I think it is a good way for you to learn. 

A reminder to look at the Active learning pages on this website. PE Dave has put a new challenge up for you to try.

When I'd finished my work yesterday, I went for a long cycle ride. Elliot and Megan didn't want to come so I went on my own. When I set off, I had no plan of where to go but I ended up going back to Manor farm and cycling through the park and woodland there. Again, the bluebells were spectacular. I tried to take a picture with the bluebells in the background but you'll see I am not so good at taking selfies!

Have a good day

Love from Mrs Bird xx



Message from Mrs Lambert 


Good sunny morning Class 3!

Another beautiful day! πŸ˜Žβ˜€οΈ
I went on another lovely dog walk with my family yesterday and cycled my bike around Durley and Upham. I love exercising outside every day but particularly when it’s sunny! I hope you’ve all been doing some regular exercise too. 🚴‍♀️ πŸƒπŸšΆπŸ» πŸ€Έ‍♀️ πŸ›΄ ⛹️‍β™‚οΈπŸ€Ύ‍♂️

I am in school today and will be preparing your RE lesson for Thursday. I’ll also put some more  mixed x table sheets on the times table page for you to do too. 

🧩 Puzzle update - This Elephant puzzle is really tricky!  I tried to do a bit more yesterday. My family have been encouraging me to keep going as I wasn’t sure I’d be able to finish it. Persevere Mrs Lambert!


Love from

Mrs Lambert