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St Joseph’s RC Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. All staff, governors and volunteers are expected to share this commitment. For more information please see our safeguarding policy which can be found under Key Information > Policies & Statements > Safeguarding Policy.

St Joseph’s Roman Catholic Primary School

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Class 7 (Year 3)

Home Learning during school closure

The word document above describes and explains all activities for Maths, Writing, Reading, Spelling, Religion and Topic for the children to complete while the school may be closed. If your child is fit and able, then please encourage them to do as much as possible. It can be done in any order, although we recommend that Maths tasks, reading and spelling are completed every day. 


Below is a variety of links, videos and documents which will support your children in completing their tasks. All of the children's work can be completed in the pink exercise book which they have brought home as part of their 'Home Learning Pack'


During any school closure, we will be updating the website as often as possible with new information, so please check it regularly.



Miss Mitchell



Try to keep fit and active by exercising everyday for at least 30 minutes. Check out these fun videos that Mr Riley has found for you!


Joe Wicks - Active 8 minute workout 1.


Joe Wicks - Active 8 minute workout 2.


Joe Wicks - Active 8 minute workout 3.


Joe Wicks - Active 8 minute workout 4.


Joe Wicks - Active 8 minute workout 5.

Religion - Holy Week Powerpoint


English Video to link with Rain forest theme

World Book Week

Liverpool World Museum - Ancient Civilsations

Spring 1 Curriculum Newsletter

Healthy Cooking

Class Assembly - Preparing for Jesus

Baptism Role Plays

Autumn 2 Curriculum Newsletter

Geography Week - Map skills

Science - sorting rocks to their characteristics

Autumn 1 Newsletter

Hello and welcome!!


We've had a very exciting first day back...All children have responded positively and purposefully to the beginning of their next stage into Key Stage 2. We've had a busy day getting to know each other and learning new routines and expectations.


Hold tight and we will be posting regular updates about what we get up to in class!


Miss Mitchell (Teacher) Miss Docherty and Mrs Jackson (Teaching Assistants)