St. Thomas More

Catholic Voluntary Academy

Newstead Road, Leicester Leicestershire LE2 3TA

0116 2706365 | @STMleicester

Year 3- Mrs Lambert

Please see below for information on homework and work if you are self-isolating at home.

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We are currently in the process of 'bench-marking' the children's reading level. This is to ensure that they are issued with books that are appropriate for their level of reading, and to help them progress.


We appreciate your patience with this.


Please rest assured children will be issued with their books over the next week. Going forward, please ensure your child brings their books and diary into school each day, so that we may use every opportunity to read with them. 


Many thanks,

Mrs Lambert



Homework tasks will be set on a weekly basis on Friday, and they will need to have it completed by the following Thursday

Tasks will need to be completed on the sites listed below:


We are currently focussing on Key Stage 1 Common Exception Words

It is vital that your child is confident in these spellings, in readiness to move onto Year 3 and 4 statutory spellings. 

Below I have included a number of resources which you may find helpful to use at home. We will begin weekly spellings checks of these words on the dates listed below. 

Home learning for children who are self-isolating

Suggested Daily Timetable


Please complete one each day.

 Animal Homes Stage 2 Comp - VIPERS Comprehension.pdfDownload
 Building a Den Stage 2 Comp - VIPERS Comprehension.pdfDownload
 Hansel and Gretel Stage 2 Comp - VIPERS Comprehension.pdfDownload
 Hector the Crab Stage 2 Comp - VIPERS Comprehension.pdfDownload
 Homes Around the World Stage 2 Comp - VIPERS Comprehension.pdfDownload
 Little Red Riding Hood Stage 2 Comp - VIPERS Comprehension.pdfDownload
 Pied Piper Stage 2 Comp - VIPERS Comprehension.pdfDownload
 The Elves and The Shoemaker - VIPERS Comprehension.pdfDownload
 The Frog Prince Stage 2 comp - VIPERS Comprehension.pdfDownload
 The old woman who lived in a shoe stage 2 comp - VIPERS Comprehension.pdfDownload
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In class we have been following an approach in English called 'The Write Stuff' by Jane Considine. We apply a method called 'sentence stacking' where you learn grammatical and technical concepts within the context of sentences. 

During lockdown in February till June, Mrs Considine did daily English lessons called 'Super Sentence Stacking'. These videos follow a similar structure to what we are doing in class currently, so you can continue with 'The Write Stuff' approach at home as well.

In the videos Jane does refer to sending work to her through social media, however these videos are not live, so you wouldn't need to do that anymore.

For your English lesson, you will need your homework book and a pencil or pen.

Here are a list of her writing lessons based on short film clips. Click on the title to be directed to the English lesson on Youtube. Please complete one each day.


Please click here to be directed to the White Rose Maths website. 

Select Year 3 and watch the daily lessons for Week 1. 

The worksheet and answers for each lesson is listed below.

Tuesday 15th:

Friday 18th: 

Thursday 17th:

Wednesday 16th:

 Worksheet to print.docxDownload
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Monday 14th:

 Worksheet 100s-10s-and-1s-2.pdfDownload
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Friday 11th: 100s, 10s, and 1s

Thursday 10th: Numbers to 1000

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Wednesday 9th : Hundreds

 Y3-Autumn-Block-1-ANS1-Hundreds (1).pdfDownload
 Y3-Autumn-Block-1-WO1-Hundreds-2019-1 (2).pdfDownload
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Tuesday 8th: 10s and 1s using addition

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Monday: RE (to be uploaded here)

Afternoon Activities


Please click here to be directed to Oak Academy. Please complete activities for the subjects listed below:

  • History
  • Music
  • RHE (PSHE)
  • Science

Further Resources


Click HERE to go to the NCDYS website where you can view this week's extraORDOnary video.

Below you can follow the amazing things that happen in our Liturgical Calendar. It’s a chance to really explore the rich Church year.

At some point in the week, you could plan and hold a short Collective Worship for either yourself, or other members of your household.

Perhaps you would like to create a Prayer Table or Space for your family, just like the one we have in class. 

Creating a Prayer Space reminds everyone in the household that prayer is an important part of everyday life. When you create a Prayer Space in your home, you are reminded of God’s presence at all times, while also making a connection between church and home. You can use an end table or coffee table, on a mantel or shelf. Invite family members to check out the space on a daily basis.

Your Prayer Life

Please find below a link to some resources which you might be able to use at home, as a family, to help focus on your relationship with God, and to spend some time in prayer. 

Your Wellbeing

Below you will find a copy of a 'Coping Calendar' which includes ways to help you stay calm and healthy over the coming weeks. 

I have created a blog called 'Action for Happiness' for you to add photos and comments. Please take time to check in with yourself, your family and friends to make sure everyone is okay! Take care!

Additional Resources

Year 3 and 4 Statutory Spellings Practice

Year 3 Writing

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