Year 3 updates

Hello Everyone,

I wanted to start by saying a huge thank you to you all, for continuing to take the time to send emails to me. I have thoroughly enjoyed receiving all your messages and photographs and being able to see the fantastic things you have been completing at home. Lots of you have been completing your home learning tasks that I have set, thank you!

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Anabelle celebrated VE day at home by creating this super project, containing key information. She spent the day remembering her Great Grandad and being thankful for his role in WW2.

Heidi has been really busy with her home learning, it’s lovely to see you completing your maths work. As year 3 know, Miss Hawtin loves maths! Heidi has also been spending time in her paddling pool, going on bike rides for daily exercise and baking. Look at the deer she saw while she was out. Also how amazing is that outdoor cinema, Heidi I would love that in my garden. Heidi had two visitors while watching a film in her garden, two bats were flying around. Keep up the fantastic work Heidi, you seem like you have become a nature detective. If you manage to spot anything else, we would love to hear about it.

Please continue to send in your photographs to I really do love to see how you are getting on and will include them on the blog, for all your friends to see too.

Stay safe and keep smiling.

Miss Hawtin x

Lovely Message!

Hello everyone,

Ancheska has been busy at home making a poem with her Mom and Sister. Ancheska this is such a lovely message, I am so proud of you! I hope you all enjoy it as much as I did, I may have even had a few tears in my eyes. But only a few of course! Thank you Ancheska!

Thank you NHS!
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VE Day Celebrations

Hi Year 3,

As you are aware, on Friday it is the 75th anniversary of VE Day. VE Day stands for Victory in Europe Day, which took place 75 years ago on Tuesday 8th May 1945. It was on this day that allied forces announced the surrender of Germany in Europe, sparking celebrations all around the World.

Back in 1945, a national holiday was declared and there was dancing and singing happening in the streets across Britain. A crowd of 50,000 people was packed into Piccadilly circus, London, many of whom were waving Union Jack flags. At 3pm, Prime Minister, Winston Churchill, broadcast from the War Cabinet Office to tell the nation war was over.

Originally people all over the country were hoping to commemorate 75 years since the end of World War II, on Friday. People across Britain are now thinking of ways to celebrate in a socially distant way. I will be putting out bunting, learning some traditional dances and having afternoon tea. Year 3 you know how much I love cake! I have also been getting creative, what do you think?

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Please send any photos of your VE Day celebrations to, I would love to see how you are celebrating.

Stay safe and well,

Miss Hawtin x

More Home Learning

Hello Year 3,

Thank you so much for your emails, I have enjoyed being able to see some of the fantastic work you have been completing at home with your families. I would also like to say a big thank you to Riley and Tyler-Jai for their beautifully written letters, look out for a reply. Many of you are keeping busy and completing lots of your home learning, well done!

If you wish to send any more photographs, please email and I can get these uploaded to the blog. It is so lovely seeing photographs of you enjoying your home learning activities.

I am very proud of you all for staying as positive as you can in this very strange time.

Keep smiling!

With love,

Miss Hawtin x