BELIEVING, LEARNING AND SHARING TOGETHER: Starting 2nd November our new PARENT PAY cashless system will be in operation. For information about COVID procedures in school please see: Key Information - Return to School Sept 2020 tab. Please adhere to the bubble start times Year 6 (8:30am) Year 3,4,5 (8:45am) Reception, Year 1 and 2 (9am). Please arrive 5 mins before your starting time to avoid pupils and parents congregating on Brundhurst Fold. Only one adult to drop off or collect a pupil from school. Siblings can arrive together at the latest sibling drop off time. Thank you for your cooperation in keeping everyone safe. Remember HANDS, FACE, SPACE !.
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Mellor St Mary CE Primary School

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Class 3

Mrs Pye has started her maternity leave. If you need to contact a teacher regarding work please email: Mrs Harwood will be covering Class 3's remote learning. 

Click on the image below to view the Ribble Valley Virtual Mile Challenge.

A little message from us all at Mellor St Mary's.

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We are missing you all very much. Here is a little message to make you smile

Message from Mrs Pye

Hi Class Three!

Whilst school is closed it is important that you are visiting this web page every week day and completing your assigned activities so you can continue your learning even when you are away from school. You must spend at least one hour each day working on Maths and English, but as we always say in class, this is a minimum and you will achieve greater things with the more time and effort you put in! For the next two weeks, you should try to stick to your normal school routine as much as possible so please have a look at the timetable I have made for you and try to follow it as closely as you can. When the Easter holidays arrive, you will be ready for a relaxing break! smiley


You are welcome to email me any work you have done that you would like me to look at and I will try to email you back within the school day with my comments. I would recommend trying to either; complete your tasks electronically (e.g. Word), using a notebook or printing off the activities and writing on the sheet. However you record your work is okay but please be clear about which task you have done by writing a title and date. 


After the Easter holiday, I wish you all a super final term at school with your new teacher, Miss Hargreaves. I will very much look forward to coming to visit you in summer!


I hope you get on well with your set tasks- remember what we strive to achieve in Class Three- INDEPENDENCE!

Always believe in yourself and remember that with God, anything is possible.



School Closure Daily Routine

Links to Useful Websites


Please read the English planning outline to see the new learning and task for each day. All the resources and supporting documents listed in the plan have been uploaded below. All children must complete one hour of English each day (Monday-Friday) in event of school closure.


Please read the Maths planning outline to see the topic and task for each day. As we are fortunate enough to have subscriptions to different online learning platforms in maths, some of the children's activities will involve using these. Other resources and supporting documents have been uploaded below. Please check that you are choosing tasks identified for your specific year group. All children must complete one hour of Maths each day (Monday-Friday) in event of school closure.




 How Do Forces Help Us Solve Problems?

In Class we have been investigating different forces such as; gravity, friction, air resistance, water resistance and magnetism. Have a look at the resources below and have a go at the activities.