Blue Spruce

blue-spruceOur Year 3 and 4 children make up the Blue Spruce class. For our Year 3 pupils, this is an important time as they move into Key Stage 2. In Blue Spruce, children begin to take more responsibility for their learning and develop a greater sense of independence.


Mrs Grice and Mrs Griffiths

Home Learning

Please check emails from Mrs Grice and this website for updates:



Please complete one lesson per day for your year group on the White Rose Home Learning page (see link below).

During the 2 week Easter holidays please take a break from White Rose lessons.

Be ready to start week 3 on Monday 20th April.

MyMaths and Matheletics tasks can be done to supplement this daily lesson.

Practise timestables frequently, 'Beat the Clock' tests will resume in term 5.

maths wb 23 march 2 weeks overview

Maths Term 4 Week 5 Decimals year 3 and 4

Maths Term 4 Week 5 Decimals year 4 only

Home learning useful links:

Letters and General learning resources:


Class teacher: Mrs Grice
Teaching assistant: Mrs Griffiths


  • Please sign your child's reading record  after hearing them read and put it in their book bag every day. Children need to read at least three times a week at home to earn their reading medal on Friday.
  • Weekly spellings will be sent home every Friday. Please practise these with your child at home.
  • Maths lessons and activities are now set on and
  • Please make sure that your child brings a warm coat, hat and gloves as the weather is getting colder.
  • PE is on Tuesday afternoon, please make sure your child has indoor and outdoor PE kit in school on that day,
  • Swimming lessons  Term 5. Please make sure children are on time, have their swimming kit and a snack for when we get back to school (swimming makes the children very hungry!)

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The Blue Spruce Gallery

Home Science Experiments part 1 Evaporation to separate liquids and solids and observing ice melting in different conditions Stone Age to Iron Age