Browne Class Year 3

Welcome to Browne Class!


Hello everyone! Welcome to Browne's Class page.


Here you will find your weekly timetable, termly topic web and yearly overview. As well your weekly brain builder.


Keep checking back for photos and information about the exciting activities we have done in class!


You will be having P.E. every Tuesday so everyone will need trainers or plimsolls every week.

A Message from us to you...

Playground questionnaire and competition

Audio clips for your Daily English tasks.

Lesson 1


Lesson 5 clip 1


Lesson 5 clip 2


Lesson 5 - audio 3


Lesson 5 - audio 4


Quote by Emily Poulsson


Lesson 5 poem

Coronavirus explained to children - illustrated by Gruffalo illustrator Axel Scheffler


Your topic this term is ‘THE ROMANS. I would firstly like you to tell me everything you already know about the Romans.

Secondly, think of the information you would like to find out and present it as questions. I would like you to try and use all the question words: what, when, why, who, where and how?

You can present it any way you wish. You may wish to write about the things you know and use pictures too. You could use a computer or make a booklet. Just remember to be creative!

BBC Bitesize lesson schedule

BBC Bitesize lesson schedule 1
BBC Bitesize lesson schedule 2


Week 1

Click on this link to access your Maths home learning

Lesson 1 - Equivalent fractions (2)

Lesson 2 - Equivalent fractions (3)

Lesson 3 - Compare fractions

Lesson 4 - Order fractions

Lesson 5 - Friday challenge

Week 2

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Lesson 1 - LO: To be able to find and plot fractions on a number line.

Lesson 2 - LO: To be able to explore fractions of a set of objects.

Lesson 3 - LO: To be able to find fractions of a set of objects.

Lesson 4 - LO: To be able to identify fractions of a set of objects.

Lesson 5 - LO: To be able to find equivalent fractions.


Week 3

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Lesson 1 - LO: To be able to convert pounds and pence.

Lesson 2 - LO: To be able to add money.

Lesson 3 - LO: To be able to subtract money.

Lesson 4 - LO: To be able to multiply and divide by 3.

Lesson 5 - Friday challenge




  • What is a mosaic?
  • Have you ever seen a mosaic? Where?
  • How are mosaics different from other art forms?
  • How are they made?
  • What materials are they normally made from?
    Look at pictures of different kinds of mosaics and identify features of these. What do you notice about the mosaics – materials, colours, design, size.  

    Make rough drawings of images or patterns you might like to use in your own mosaics, either from those you have seen, ones found in books on Roman life, or from your own ideas.

    Designs should be very simple and use a limited colour palette.

Mosaics - LO: To be able to create a mosaic design.


Follow this link to explore and learn about magnets -

Term 5 - Home learning RE

Learning Question: What might the description of Pentecost in the Bible mean?
Look at some images from across the ages which show the Christian story of Pentecost
Renaissance art by El Greco and Titian
Chinese artist He Qi
Jim Whalen
What do you think is happening here? What do you notice about the people, other things in the paintings, the colours?
Now read the account of Pentecost from the Bible – it is in Acts chapter 2 v 1-12 from a Bible at home if you have one or at
Look back at the paintings – do you think these are a good way of showing this event even though it is a bit difficult to understand exactly what was happening?
What would your painting of this event look like?

Our trip to The Nation History Museum

PE- Our first netball lesson- Ball skils

We became archaeologists for our Art lesson. We created fossils, uncovered ancient animals and create some prints.

We are learning how to exchange numbers in Mathematics.

Science - We are learning about different types of rocks