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Fine (Year 3)

Welcome to Fine Class!

Year 3

Your teacher is Miss Harman and your teaching assistant is Mrs Adams!





Welcome to our class! 

I look forward to us learning together this year.


Our name is Fine Class, this is after the author, Anne Fine.  She has written many books, including, Diary of a Killer Cat, Bill's New Frock, Flour Babies, Angel of Nitshill Road and Madame Doubtfire.  Challenge - have a go at reading one/some of them!  

Have you already read some of her books? She has written over 70 children's books!




Spelling Home Learning


The home learning for our spellings will now be sent home on a Tuesday and back in by the following Monday, to give everyone more time at home to learn them.  

Maths home learning will now also be changed to this time schedule so that they can be given in at the same time.  


Hope this helps!


Please click on the stars below to guide you to the different areas of learning!

CLICK on the stars below to take you to some helpful Home Learning  activities, links and resources for each subject

Parents and Carers

Thank you for all of your continued support and hard work.  If you need to tell me something or ask a question please send in an email or call the office and I can arrange a time to call you back.



Here are some of our weekly routines - 


Our class time is 8.50 - 3.30 every day.


On Wednesday we will be having PE

Literacy home learning will be either spelling related or reading comprehension, this is given on a Tuesday and needs to be in on the following Monday.

Maths home learning is set on a Tuesday and due on the following Monday.  This will vary from our online platforms to revising our maths curriculum.

Click on the links below for our Get Active page and Forest School page!



Have you checked out our new wellbeing page?  It can be found on the children tab of the website.  It contains all sorts of activities and messages.



Check out our new 'Get Active' page under the children tab.  There are lots of ideas for PE at home!



Out of The Ark is a music based website which has many lessons and activities to incorporate music into your day.  

Click here!



Don't forget to look on the Forest School webpage for forest school type activities you can do in your home and garden.

Lots of them are 'off screen' ideas.







Times Tables Rock Stars is the perfect website for you to revise your times tables.  It will help us with the big test when we get to year 4!

Maths Shed is also brilliant to use as it not only has times table practice but it also has number bond work and calculation methods.

Your user name and password should be in your Bishop's Hull Book of Almost Everything.



Keep up your reading as much as you can!  Remember you can get a house point for every single day that you read, as well as more entries into the prize jar!



On Espresso there is a lot of information which will help support our class topics.  Have an explore of the website -



Within literacy our big focus will be filling any of our knowledge gaps for grammar.  Things to look at will include - homophones, using conjunctions (and, so, because, after, then, but.....) and use of adverbs (quickly, quietly.....).  You could write a story incorporating all of these.

You could also be practicing your Read, Write Inc spelling words and handwriting practice with them.



DO REMEMBER TO - continue working on your Times Table Rock Stars and Lumio!



* Don't forget the amazing espresso site can be used by you at home! *

Your pupil username is student3792

Your password clue is Christmas.



In Computing the children continue to consider how to keep themselves safe when working online or using their mobile phones. It is something that we believe is very important and the children regularly have time to reinforce their knowledge of the ways to ensure they stay safe and happy whilst enjoying time on the computers. An excellent site for both children and parents is the Think U Know site. The web address is and it is well worth a visit.


The children can also enjoy lots of activities and extend their learning by visiting Purple Mash.

Purple Mash is an ever growing online creative space especially for learners aged 3 - 11. This award winning site is filled with hundreds of fun educational activities in the form of projects, games, apps and tools. Being hosted online, you can access Purple Mash and your saved online files wherever you are and whenever you wish.

To log on from home, click on the purple log in tab

Next select the My school tab

Local authoriity is Somerset

School is Bishops Hull Primary

Now enter the Purple Mash username and password that you use in school. Clue your username and password are all about you.