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Year 3 - Browne Class

This is a lovely story written by a teacher during "lockdown" which you might like to read, "How to Not go to School, Parsley Mimblewood Saves the World".

Please log onto the 'Oxford Owl at Home' website and click the 'Kids' section. There are lots of interactive activities linked to phonics, reading, times tables, number bonds and many more, to help support you at home whilst schools are closed. 

If you are having to work from home please use these three documents to help you find useful activities to complete. There are plenty of useful websites listed and many more are also offering access during this time. Please try to be as creative as possible and remember to design a front cover, to get you started. Use your Purple Mash logins to receive frequent updates and locate any additional work which may be posted.

In the event that school is closed for a longer period of time, there are weekly packs included below.  Please use the green project book that was sent home to complete.  

Don't forget to check out the Useful Links tab under 'Children'. Here you will find lots of PE and Wellbeing activities such as:

  • Mini me yoga & wellbeing
  • Premier league all stars - family games & challenges
  • Get set 4 pe - family games and challenges
  • Community soccer coaching videos by Neil Prince, Megan & Tom
As well as doing your schoolwork it is really important to look after your mental wellbeing too. is a great site to practise yoga and don't forget mindful breathing from class dojo.
Active Sefton came into our class today. We looked at different drinks and we had to put them in order according to which drinks had the most sugar. We were surprised and shocked at which drinks actually contained the most sugar!!


We talked about different simulation games that we play on at home. 

We went onto 2Simulate on Purple Mash. We were on a mission to another planet. Unfortunately, one of our mission rockets crashed on the planet and we worked with a partner to make decisions on how to rescue them. We thought about what we would need to take with us from the information we had been given.

Maths. We have been working hard on lots of different division activities. This week we have been using pictures to help us to work out the answer.

Stonehenge. We found out lots of facts about Stonehenge then we made our own Stonehenge. Yes, we enjoyed eating it!!!!

One of our PE topics this term is Dance - Machines. With a partner we have practised our movements and then performed them to the rest of the class. There were lots of different moves and we always try to keep a count of 8!

We visited Kingsley and Co and wrote a story in one minute. We also visited the Narnia Experience. We had a fantastic time!

Topic : Healthy Humans. We made very healthy fruit kebabs! We enjoyed cutting, chopping and slicing the fruit but most of all....... WE LOVED EATING THEM!

Bulb Planting in the North Park

Election Week! We split into three parties. They are called The Play and Games Party, The Baking and Making Party and finally The Arts and Craft Party. We decided what our party stood for and the things we want to do.

Election Week! All week we are going to persuade others to vote for our party! Your vote does count!!

Browne Class (Year 3 - 2019/20)


Miss McDonald & Mrs Seddon


Welcome to Browne class page.



Out topic is No Place Like Home



This will consist of Spellings and a half termly project.  



Please try to read each night with your child. It will really help them to progress in all curriculum areas. We are currently reading books by the author Anthony Browne.



P.E will take place on a Monday and Friday afternoon. 
Please ensure that children have their P.E kit on these days.

Our P.E kit includes the following:

  • White polo shirt
  • Navy blue shorts
  • Black pumps 

​During the colder months children can also wear the following:

  • Dark tracksuit bottoms 
  • School jumper  



If you have any questions please do not hesitate to come and see me at the end of the day.