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Slyne-With-Hest St Luke's Church of England Primary School

Listen, learn, love and laugh as part of God's family

Week beginning 22nd June



Parents/carers, please keep a close eye on emails following the success of our last Zoom chat with the class!

Before the next catch-up, we would love it if you could email us a picture of your child or something that they have done. We are going to create a PowerPoint to share on Zoom. 

Our next catch-up is Thursday 25th at 6pm. 

Please email us if you haven't received an email by Wednesday.


Mrs Gregory and Mrs Waterhouse



This week we are carrying on from last week's theme 'Up, up and Away!'



Over the next four weeks in Maths we want to focus on what we think are some of the most important areas that you should feel confident in as you move into Year 4. This week our focus is times tables.


By the end of Year 3 you should know your 2,5,10,3, 4 and 8 times tables. There are some games below where you can practise your times tables and there are some 2dos on Purple Mash. There are also some times tables booklets for you to complete. 


Some of the games on this page are free:

There are also some times tables games on this page:





Here are the next set of Arithmetic questions.






Here are the spellings for this week. 



This week we are going to be looking at the life cycle of a plant. Have a look at the clip below and at the PowerPoint attached.


Then have a go at ordering the statements and pictures to explain the life cycle. The answers are on the last page so don't look at this until you have done it!



This week we will look at days of the week in French. Have a look at the video below and have a go at the worksheet that is attached.



Topic - Geography


Off to the Lakes!


Our new geography unit is all about the Lake District. I am sure that many of you have visited the Lake District and will already know a few things. 

To start with, have a look at the area that you live in and then look at the Lakes using Google earth. Look through the PowerPoint to see the task.