Welcome to Tigers



You’ve worked so hard this year, and learnt so many new things in Year 3 you deserve a big pat on the back. You also deserve to be able to start Year 4 in September still knowing what you know now – and not forget everything over the summer!

If you want to try some fun maths challenges that will help you remember all the amazing maths you have learnt in Year 3, CLICK HERE.







Summer activities for all- enjoy 

English unit of work- http://www.hoo-st-werburgh.medway.sch.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/Y3.pdf

CLICK HERE for your home learning grid- enjoy!

English resources-


French presentation- http://www.hoo-st-werburgh.medway.sch.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/French-Lesson-Presentation-How-Old-Are-You.pptx

Please share your learning with us via hswhomelearning@r-i-t.org

CLICK HERE for the previous week’s home learning grid.

Please follow the link below for daily maths sessions for you and your child. 


Please CLICK HERE for the RIT Recommends page – with the Rivermead Trust’s Top Ten recommendations.

While we are closed we have free access to NumBots – an online game for boosting addition and subtraction skills – click here for guidance on how to access.

Twinkl also have free access to lots of resources for many subjects, including well-being.  To access, go to www.twinkl.co.uk/offer      You will need to provide an email address, a password and the offer code CVDTWINKLHELPS

2019-20 Tigers

Class Teacher Mrs. Paul (Mon/ Tues) &  Mrs Dean (Wed / Thurs / Fri
Teaching Assistant Mrs Winter




Our Learning Journey Newsletters

Term 1 – Newsletter

Term 2 – Newsletter

Term 3 – Newsletter

Term 4 – Newsletter

Term 5 – 

Term 6 – 

Online Learning  


Times table Rockstars – https://ttrockstars.com/

Hit the button – https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

 Learning Journey

BBC Bitesize – https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z34djxs

Horrible Histories episodes –


Stone age facts –



How can you support your child?

Listen to your child read 4 times per week and record this in your child’s contact book. Regular reading builds vocabulary knowledge and aids spelling so will also have an impact on you’re the childrens writing. Ask your child questions when listening to them read about what they have read and what they think will happen next.

Practise times tables at every opportunity especially 3,4,and 8’s e.g on car journeys or waiting for a club to begin.  Encourage to play Times Table Rockstars.

Encourage your child to research at home either online, using books or by visiting a local museums (Dartford, Maidstone and Rochester museums).