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Heymann Primary & Nursery School

Inspiring and motivating our children
to be the best they can be

Miss Penfold, Miss Bradley and Mr Sills are really looking forward to teaching you all this year and we are looking forward to an exciting term ahead!

Our team also includes: Mrs Maqsood, Miss Joseph, Mr Parsons, Miss Plarkou, Mrs Smith, Miss Patterson and Miss Hassan, 


Due to the recent closure of the school, we will now be uploading work on our class page each Monday. Your child will have been sent home with a home-working book that they can complete this work in and an information sheet alongside this to explain the star-system. Below, you will find a home-working mat attached, which details your child’s tasks for the week from Monday morning. This will be a range of tasks across the curriculum with guidelines on how to complete. We will also attach any corresponding worksheets below. Please use the tabs on the right of the screen to access each weeks learning as it is uploaded. Thank you for your continued support and take care, Miss Penfold, Miss Bradley and Mr Sills. 

Hi Year 3,

We are really missing your smiling faces every day and all of the fun and interesting tales you have to share with us, but we know that you will doing your best for whoever is with you at home and will be looking after each other. 

All the Year 3 teachers have been keeping themselves busy, we have been working, reading, doing different exercises, baking and cooking different foods. We would love to see what you have been doing as well.

If you have a photo you would like to share with us, please email it to

We would love to share these photos with the rest of the year group too (a bit like an online show and tell!) so we will put them on the blog!

Also, below are a list of useful links that may reoccur on the homeworking mats or that you may just want to go and check out to further your learning. 

Useful links to help with home learning:


BBC Bitesize-

Twinkl –

Top marks – Interactive games- maths & English – e.g. hit the button, coins, place value etc.

Primary resources  -  It’s a site where teachers share powerpoints and activities to teach different subjects. Once you’ve chosen your subject and the specific area, you can then select the appropriate year group.

You tube-   - don’t underestimate this one! Horrible Histories: Rotton Romans and lots of other educational videos.

Crickweb – free interactive online resources and games  



My Maths-

Top marks – Interactive games- maths & English – e.g. hit the button, coins, place value etc.

TT Rockstars -

ITP resources - -  Interactive maths resources e.g. moveable clock, weighing scales, capacity etc. Choose your topic and then play the game to have a play with reading scales and learning maths interactively.

White rose - a range of resources available for every maths objective on the curriculum



Pobble -  - this website supports children’s writing by displaying an image (which changes daily) and inviting children to undertake a range of creative writing activities inspired by the image.

Spelling shed -

Scholastic - Home learning packs to support with comprehension and reading.  You will need to register for an account though.




Oxford owl-

Scholalstic –

Sora- - borrow books like an online library – details how to log in sent out via email.

Audible stories- 

Book trust-

World ebook -  (free books and audiobooks)  



Scintilla Spark 

BBC Homeschool History- - history videos and discussions for the whole family to join in with

Bitish Museum -  - Follow the link and it will take you to the schools page. Have a look down the page and find sessions and resources that you can download; Virtual tours available for some topics too. 


Rapid router  coding -

Light bot- computer coding -



Joe wicks -

Fitter future -




E Safety:

My Maths: 

Times Tables: