Forestdale Primary School

Believe - Aspire - Excel


Thank you for all your kind words of support at this time.....

Work to complete at home

Hello Year 3!


Use this page to find work for you to complete whilst you are unable to attend school.


English work is to be completed if you self isolating and can be found on the link below.

Please read through the book carefully and complete the tasks.  You can either print out your work and bring it back to school with you when you return or you can take a picture and email your work to Miss Ashe or Mrs Raja.

Your weekly spellings are set on Spelling Shed. Log in to your account to practice these spellings at home.  You can access Spelling Shed by clicking the link below.  Your account login details can be found in your reading record book.  If you are unable to find these please email Miss Ashe f.ashe@forestdale.bham.sch.uk or Mrs Raja n.raja@forestdale.bham.sch.uk

We have been working hard in Year 3 with our new handwriting.  While at home you can access our handwriting scheme where you can practise your fancy pants cursive handwriting.  

Remember to use those starting kicks and ending flicks.

You can access Letterjoin by clicking on the link below.


Maths work to be completed at home...smiley


We are looking at shapes and fractions.


We are always practising our times tables so keep on learning these at home.

Please look at 2x, 5x, 10x as well as 3x and 4x.

Click on the link below to have a go at your times tables!yes


Remember Sumdog will help you practise your maths so log on and have a go at the games.


If you need your Sumdog logon please email Miss Ashe (Monday - Wednesday) f.ashe@forestdale.bham.sch.uk or Mrs Raja n.raja@forestdale.bham.sch.uk (Thursday and Friday)

Recognise and describe 3-D shapes

Recognise and describe 3D shapes worksheet

Horizontal and vertical

Parallel and perpendicular


Awards we have received so far.

  • Primary Science
  • Healthy Schools
  • Health for Life
  • Artsmark Award
  • EEF
  • Big Lottery Fund
  • Music Mark