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In maths this half term, we are working on Addition and Subtraction.  Click on the links below and work through each activity.  You should aim to do one activity a day to keep those skills simmering!  If you’ve completed all of these activities (or if you just want an extra challenge), then try out some of the problems in the ‘maths challenges’ document at the bottom of the page.

These activities are extra to what we are doing in school:

Addition and Subtraction

Adding and subtracting 1 digit numbers to and from 3 digit numbers

Adding multiples of 10 to three digit numbers

Subtracting multiples of 10 from a three digit number

adding and subtracting 100 to and from 3 digit numbers

Adding two 3 digit numbers (no regrouping)

Subtracting two digit numbers (no regrouping)

adding 2 three digit numbers with regrouping

Adding two 3 digit numbers with regrouping in multiple columns

Subtracting two 3 digit numbers with regrouping tens to ones

subtracting two 3 digit numbers regrouping hundreds to tens

subtracting two 3 digit numbers with regrouping in multiple columns

Don't forget to look at the extra document below for some extra maths challenges!



While you're at home, please complete this sequence of lessons based on "The Firework Maker's Daugher" by Phillip Pullman.  These skills will build on the skills we cover in school:

The Firework Maker's Daughter Unit

Also, the lessons below are the specific areas of grammar we will be covering.  Whilst you're watching the videos for these lessons, have a piece of paper and pause the video to write down your ideas (neatly!). Once you've finished watching the video, you could write some extra examples to show off your learning too if you want! Send in a photograph of your piece of paper.

Prepositional phrases

Subordinate clauses

Use of apostrophes



In our history lessons, we are learning about the Iron Age!

Follow this lesson about the Celts and their use of iron:

Who were the Celts?



Here are two lessons linked to our work in Science:


What are magnets?



Being my best - my roles and responsibilities


Ongoing Activities

Don’t forget to read each day and complete a quiz on Accelerated Reader once you’re done.  You can also work on your tables on TT Rockstars and perfect your handwriting using “Letterjoin”.


Times Tables – (Y2-6) TT RockStars – ideally spend 5-10 minutes a day practising tables;



You will have your reading book and should continue to read for 10-20 minutes a day.  Once you have finished your book, you can log in to Accelerated Reader and take the test in the same way that you would in school. Here is the link for Accelerated Reader - - you will only be able to take the test within school hours. 

Handwriting – Your child can continue to use Letterjoin at home to practise their handwriting: for handwriting practice at home and lots of fun activities. The parent guide and information letter can be downloaded from the website. 

Tablet login: 

Username:  eg8276         

Password:  Swipe an L shape

Desktop login:

Username:  eg8276

Password:  home


Purple Mash – Your child already has a log-in for this site and can access a multitude of activities and games.

Contact the School

Fulfen Primary School

Rugeley Road

Main Contact: Mrs S Steele

Tel: 01543 226070

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