Holy Trinity Church of England

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Growing Tomorrow's Leaders

Daily Tasks

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It’s Wednesday, the sun is shining. How are you all? Today you might like to write a prediction about what might happen to Harry and George the centipedes in the next chapter (if you haven’t seen it already we are reading a chapter of the story to you every day). 

Take care all of you. 

Friday 22nd May 2020:


Happy Friday everyone!! 

How are you all? It’s been so lovely hearing from some of you - we love receiving your emails! 

It’s been a while... Write a letter/post card/ draw a picture or choose something yourself to send to a family member or friend. 


  1. 4 - September, April, June, November
  2. Downing Street (number 10) + an extra point for the Prime Misters name: Boris Johnson  
  3. Florence Nightingale
  4. Woody
  5. Egypt 
  6. Pisa 
  7. Shrek
  8. Big Ben 
  9. Humpty Dumpty
  10. Red

Bonus question: Blue 


How did you do? 


Thursday 21st May 2020


Write a quiz for someone in your family or a friend. 

Wednesday 20th May 2020

Quiz time!

Don’t be tempted to find the answers... do your best to complete the quiz without cheating. 

  1. How many months of the year have 30 days? 
  2. In which street does the British Prime Minister live? (Extra point if you can remember the name of our Prime Minister)
  3. Name the most famous nurse of Victorian times who improved care for wounded soldiers? 
  4. What is the name of the toy cowboy in Toy Story? 
  5. Pharaoh is the title given to the rulers of which ancient country? 
  6. Which Italian city is famous for its leaning tower? 
  7. Who does (the animated character) princess Fiona marry? 
  8. What is the nickname for the bell of the clock at the Palace of Westminster in London?
  9. In the nursery rhyme, who sat on a wall before having a great fall?
  10. What is the top colour of the rainbow? 

Bonus question: 

What colour are the Smurfs? 

I will update the answers tomorrow :) 

Monday 18th May 2020


Good afternoon everyone, please forgive me for not posting a message this morning! I hope you’ve all been keeping well and safely enjoying the sun, it’s been awfully hot today hasn’t it. 
How are you all? 
For today’s task I was going to ask you to:

Write a set of instructions (a program) for how to care for your ultimate predator! 

You may like to do this this afternoon or tomorrow. 

Don't forget to keep in touch with us if you can.


Tuesday 19th May 2020


What makes you feel happy? It could be a person, a place, a food or even a smell... draw a picture of whatever it is, make a boarder for your picture and make it look and feel very special. Keep it in a safe place where you will see it. 


Friday 15th May 2020

Good Morning Everyone! 
How are you all today? 
Have you noticed that we are reading chapters of the story ‘Harry the Poisonous Centipede’ everyday? There is another folder on the previous page... take a look. 
Todays task: 

Ask someone or everyone in your household what their favourite childhood memory is. 

Wednesday 13th May 2020: 

Good morning year 3! 
We hope you are all keeping well, have you started watching us read you chapters of ‘Harry the poisonous centipede’? 
Todays task is to: 

Observe, draw imagine... see example below! 

Find something inside or outside, observe it, draw it then turn it into something else...

Tuesday 12th May 2020:

How are you? 

Make a non fiction book about a predatory animal - maybe your pet cat? 

So what is a predatory animal, do you know? 
If not here’s a fact for you: 

Predators are wild animals that hunt, or prey on, other animals. As you know all animals need food to live.


Weasels, hawks, wolves, mountain lions, and grizzly bears are all predators. 

Monday 11th May 2020: 

Good morning year 3, 

We hope you enjoyed your weekend, for today’s task we want you to think about: 


If you could be a predator for the day, what kind of predator would you be, and why? 

Where would you live? 

What features would help you hunt, catch and kill your pray? 

Record your ideas on paper or in your home workbooks. 

Friday 8th May 2020


Today is the 75th anniversary of VE Day.. did you find out facts about VE Day yesterday? Did you make decorations? 
If you did get time to do some research you will know that VE Day marks the number of years since WW2 and today we are celebrating 75 years! 
Today’s task: 

Reflect on what you think like might have been like 75 years ago. Do you think there would’ve been any similarities to how we are living today? 




Thursday 7th May 2020 


Good morning everyone! We hope you are managing to access daily tasks as well as the weekly English, Maths and Topic tasks which are in the rainbow 🌈 links on the previous page. 
Today’s optional tasks:

- Write a persuasive letter to someone to convince them to get a pet that you have researched. 

- Find out and present information about VE Day. You might also like to make some decorations. 

Wednesday 6th May 2020


Hello Everyone! 
We hope your week has got off to a good start. Remember to keep in touch and let us know how you are and what you’ve been getting up to. 

Todays task: 

- Write a guide on how to care for a pet, this could be in the form of a booklet, poster, or another creative way you could think of. 
Below is a link to the pets at home website where you will find some information about caring for a range of pets. 

Monday 4th May 


Hello everyone! 
We hope you’ve had a lovely weekend, what have you been getting up up? 
Today is the first Monday in May... usually it’s a bank holiday however it isn’t this year, can you put your detective hats on and find out why? 
Here are some things to consider: 

- What does the term bank holiday mean? 

- Why is the first Monday in May usually a bank holiday? 

- What is a bank holiday? What happens on a bank holiday? 

- What is the first Monday in May referred to? 
- Why is it not a bank holiday this year? 
- Has the bank holiday been moved to a different day? 

We would be very interested to see your findings. 
As always, we miss you and hope to see you soon!

Thursday 30th April 2020


HAPPY 100th Birthday to Captain Tom Moore! 
For today’s task you might like to write something about Captain Tom Moore who is a Second World war veteran who has raised almost £30 Million for the NHS by walking 100 laps of his garden.


- What has Captain Tom Moore inspired you t do? 
- Add this to your Covid-19 diary/ time capsule

- Make Captain Tom Moore a birthday card or thank you letter 

- Research how the society has recognised Captain Tom Moore for his achievements. 

- Do you think he deserves to be knighted by the queen? - Write her a convincing letter! 
- Write a poem or a song about Captain Tom Moore. 

Wednesday 29th April 2020 


For today’s daily task you could: 

- Create a playlist of your favourite songs that make you feel good. 

- Create a memory box of positive things that you want to remember.


Stay safe and well -  WE MISS YOU!!! 

Tuesday 28th April 2020

Happy Tuesday! 

How are you all? Here are a couple of daily tasks that you might like to do today:

- Write a review of a book or film that you have read or seen recently. 

- Create a positive bookmark for a family member of friend



Friday 24th April 


We hope you are all keeping well and looking after yourselves. Have you applied for a blue peter badge yet? If not maybe you could do that over the weekend? 
Here are some other suggestions that might keep your mind busy and healthy:

- Look back at your gratitude list, could you write a letter to someone on your list? 
- Make a mini fact file or short digital presentation about your favourite predators

- Make a non-fiction book about a predatory animal

- The RSPB have lots of learning opportunities for children, why not take a look, here’s the link:


Stay safe and look after yourselves, remember we can email us if you want to share your learning, tell us something or just to check in. 
We can’t wait to see you again soon!!

Wednesday 22nd April 2020


Morning Year 3! We hope you are all keeping well, we have heard from a few of you. 
Today’s task: 

Could you give an animal a home? 
You could create a mini beast hotel, a bird house, a hedgehog house, a birds nest or even something for your pet. Don’t worry if you haven’t got a garden you can create a portable home. I’ve added some ideas below. 

Animal home ideas:

Tuesday 21st April 2020


We hope you have enjoyed looking through the home learning sheet for this week, you may have noticed resources have been added for Maths and English too, we hope you find them useful. 
On the home learning home page you will notice there are some links to some lessons that you may like to try. 

We will keep in contact on here regularly and set some special tasks for you.

A little message from all of us:

We know that at this time you may be feeling sad, 

You’re allowed to feel however you want so don’t think feeling this way is bad,

At this time you may be missing a special friend, 

And wondering to yourself when this will all end,

We don’t know the answer as much as we’d like to, 

But one thing is for sure, we can’t wait to see you! 

Try to keep yourself busy and learn something new, 

Take a look around there’s always something to do, 

If you’re feeling extra sad you might like to write or talk, 

Tell your trusted grown up and maybe take a walk, 

Complete as many tasks as you’d like to, 

But don’t feel stressed or worried if you don’t as there are other things to do, 

We hope that soon the time will come,

When once again we will see everyone! 

Mrs Pierri, Mrs Bowler, Mr Sutherland and Mrs Davis 

Monday 20th April 2020

Morning Rabbits and Peregrines, 

We hope you’ve all been able to enjoy the Easter break. We have set the tasks for this week in the weekly tasks section however we will add some other suggestions here regularly too. Our topic this term is predictors! 
It would be great to see what you’ve been getting up to! 
We hope to see you soon, 

Mrs Pierri, Mrs Bowler, Mr Sutherland and Mrs Davis 


- If you decided to write a diary about Covid-19, have you updated it recently? 
- You may be feeling all kinds of different feelings at the moment and that’s okay.. it’s good to talk to a trusted person about how you’re feeling. You may be missing friends and family, why not write, draw or make something for them? 
- Could you document things that you are thankful for - be creative in how you present this! 

Monday 13th April 2020


We hope you all had a lovely Easter although it’s been a little different to usual. The sun was shining so we hope that put a smile on your faces. 

Mrs Pierri, Mrs Bowler, Mr Sutherland and Mrs Davis 

A task that you may like do to today is write a letter, card, poem, story or draw a picture for your waste collectors. They have been working all over the Easter weekend as well as working continuously since the pandemic. I’m sure they’d love to receive a ‘Thank you!’ from you. 

Example poem 

Here’s a note just to say,

Thank you for all you do for us everyday, 

The efforts you go to to keep our world clean,

It’s with my own eyes that I have seen,

You work each day when the world is on hold,

To stop our old waste growing mould,

With your hard work and determination,

You have helped to save the nation,

During this sad and uncertain time,

You’re the unsung hero’s behind this rhyme,
Thank you today and each day too,

The world would be lost without people like you! 

By Mrs Pierri 13.04.20

Thursday 9th April 2020


Today's task is to make an Easter card. Can you make a pop up card?



Here is a link to Mrs Bowler demonstrating how to make one: 


We'd love to see photos of any cards that you make.

Tuesday 7th April 2020

Tuesday 7th April 2020


Morning Year 3!

Today's task is one that you may have already started at school however now would be the perfect time to have a go at finishing this at home. Did you know that once you recieve your Blue Peter bagde you can gain free entry into lots of different attractions!

Apply for a Blue Peter badge! Please email us if you do this so we can keep a record :) - Thank you!

Here's how:


  • Get creative!! This could be a poem, a story, some artwork, a model, a recipe, a suggestion for the show, or an interesting letter telling us about something you have done linked to your hobbies and interests
  • Also include: your full name, your date of birth, your home postal address and postcode (not your school address)
  • Post it to Blue Peter with the correct stamp on it (you'll need a 'large letter' stamp if sending an A4, or to pay for parcel postage if bigger than a letter)

Send your application letter and any other materials to the following address:

Blue Peter



M50 2BH

Need some inspiration?

Watch an episode of Blue Peter on CBBC at 5.30pm on weekdays or watch it on BBC iPlayer :)


Here's the link to the website if you'd like to take a look on there:

Monday 6th April 2020


We hope you’ve all had a nice weekend enjoying the sunshine as much as you could. We’re going to try and add a daily challenge each day, remember that you can access tasks on the Easter learning tasks page.

Keep safe, 

Mrs Pierri, Mrs Bowler and Mr Sutherland. 


Monday’s challenge:

Make a hug for someone (you may need some help from an adult for this) ask your grown up if you can send the hug to the person. There are some ideas below on how you could do this. 


Friday 3rd April 2020

We will be uploading tasks today for you to complete over the Easter Holidays but we will try and keep in touch on here regularly, the tasks will be on a sheet similar to the one we displayed on the website initially. We hope you are all keeping well and enjoy the learning tasks!


Mrs Pierri, Mrs Bowler and Mr Sutherland. 


  • Make an Egyptian fact sheet – include as many facts and pictures as you can
  • Create a poster on your computer or by hand to advertise the Natural history museum 
  • Do something helpful!
  • Make someone smile!
  • Look outside, can you make a tally chart or graph of something you see? You could choose colours of cars, wildlife, things in the sky or people going for a walk.


Thursday 2nd April 2020

Happy Thursday :)!


  • Make an illustrated scroll to show the journey to the afterlife. 
  • Make shadow puppets
  • Write a postcard to a family member or neighbour
  • Draw a picture of your happy place
  • Check with a grown up first - they will need to help you with this! Make flatbread (if you have the ingredients) and serve it to your family with authentic Egyptian dips or salads. Find out more about the food of ancient Egypt - You may like to find your own recipe but I have added one below just incase :) 


Wednesday 1st April 2020

Happy first day of the month! - it's April fools day today... shhh!!!


  • Find out who or what ‘Ka’ was. Design a colourful symbol that might represent ‘Ka’ in Egyptian hieroglyphics.
  • Find how to write and say 6 colours in French... Can you practice different ways to learn how to spell them? Can you play snap and match the English word to the French word or Match the colour or to the French word?
  • Make a worry doll – See instructions below…
  • Recycle an object and turn it into a musical instrument – Can you play it?
  • Find out as much as you can about England and present your findings as a project board, be as creative as you’d like. You might like to include: Cities and Counties, English landmarks, where foods originate from and celebrations and festivals. – This task might take you slightly longer than others so carry this one on during the week. I’ve added a powerpoint below to give you some initial suggestions 


Tuesday 31st March 2020

  • Design 2-D or 3-D Egyptian-style jewellery
  • Write a poem about a Daffodil 
  • Build a pyramid -you might decide to use: playdoe, papier mache, lego, wooden blocks, twigs, plastacine or prehaps paper/cardboard
  • Write a letter or story to a child in year two to tell them about something you have learnt in year three
  • Make an egyption wordsearch using words relating to Egypt. 



England project board examples and worry dolls instructions

Hayley's lego annimation

Still image for this video
Hayley made this short lego animation using an app called: Stop Motion Studio, you may like to make one yourself but will need to ask your parents permission first!

Well done Hayley!

Monday 30th March 2020

I hope you've had a good weekend, you are all missed very much!

Don't forget to check here for your daily tasks and send in any activities/tasks that you've competed at home.


  • Find out and record information about Andy Goldsworthy, can you create your own piece of art?

  • Create a fact file about the River Nile and compare it to other famous world rivers. Include photographs and wow your classmates by showing them the range of amazing animals that live in and by the river.

  •  Find out why animals were so important to the Egyptians. Create an information collage to show your findings, combining text and images.

  • Write a list of as many words as you can think of that can end in 'ful'

  • Write a letter to someone in your class 

Week One: Wonderful home learning by some of the Year 3 children!

A task to complete everyday:

You're living through history right now, so why not make a time capsule?

Here are some things you could include:

- Write a diary everyday with updates on what's happening in then UK and around the world with the coronavirus

- Write a letter to yourself, you could include; your age, who your friends are, favourite TV programme, song, books, tell your future self how you feel, talk about what you would like to be when you grow up and five things you want to do when you're an adult. 

- Print off a newspaper article 

- Take some pictures each day and print them out

- Draw a picture of your family

You could put your time capsule in a scrap book or old lunchbox and put it in the loft or somewhere save for you to find in years to come :)!


Friday 27th March 2020

Task ideas:


  • Make a model pyramid from building blocks – how high can you go? Photograph your achievement and record the number of blocks you used. Make a model pyramid from building blocks – how high can you go? Photograph your achievement and record the number of blocks you used.
  • Design 2-D or 3-D Egyptian-style jewellery.
  • Find out what happened to Egypt after the death of Cleopatra VII, the last pharaoh
  • Write a rap, song, rhyme, dance about something that makes you smile
  • Draw or make a worry tree, anytime you feel worried about something write it on a leaf of your tree.


Thursday 26th March 2020

Task ideas:


  • Sketch something in your house
  • Can you re-use an item/object in your home?
  • Plant a fruit seed in your garden – What does it need to grow?
  • Learn 5 colours in French 
  • Write a rap, song, or rhyme about: Alliteration 

Don't forget to email updates, and let us know if you'd like them to appear on the website!


Wednesday 25th March 2020

Task ideas:


  • You’re a scientist, you can invent one thing – What would it be?
  • Use the words ANCIENT EGYPT to create an acrostic poem.
  • Use hieroglyphics to write a message to a friend or family member. Can they crack your Egyptian code
  • Write a letter/ email/ postcard to a member of your family that you can't see at the moment
  • Make a fitness routine for your family


Remember to use Mathletics too, all courses have now been unlocked - Have fun!