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Maths week 11th May

Literacy 11th May week

Tree of Life

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Easter Holiday Homework.


  • Read daily for at least 15 minutes or continue to listen to (
  • Maths Passport
  • Spellings.  Look at the year 1/2 spellings year 2's             
  •   Look at the year 3/4 spellings year 3's
  • Abacus games – Please all go onto Abacus and play the games that have been set.  20 house points for anyone who completes all their games.  
  • Play games on Hit the Button and Edshed.

If you wish to continue with your child’s school work in the holiday, here are a few ideas:

  • Visit the website, Pobble 365 – choose a picture and write a story.
  • Write a book review about your favourite book.
  • Create posters for the times tables you are learning.
  • Go back through my blog and check that you have completed all the work set so that you are ready for the next lot of learning after the holiday
  • Make a cake or some biscuits and write the recipe for our class.  Can we make our own class recipe book!
  • Have you tried the 30 day Lego challenge.  Take a look!
  • Remember to blog what you have been doing.

I will be checking the blog everyday to see what you have been doing! 

Have a restful and peaceful holiday.

Stay safe and listen to your family!

Mrs Rendell

Welcome to Pegasus 


I am the class teacher, Mrs Rendell, and I am very lucky to have Mrs Jameson and Mrs Robson as my wonderful teaching assistants. We are a mixed class of year 2 and 3 children.

Everyday is filled with fun opportunities for the children to learn. The mornings consist of spelling, punctuation and grammar (SPAG), Literacy (currently we are using the book 'Flood' and various other English texts) and Maths which includes our daily Time Table Challenge.

During the afternoons we focus on the non-core subjects which include science, art, DT, RE, history and geography. Our whole school topic this term is 'The Meaning of Life'. 


Each term we have a curriculum map with information about the topics the children are learning and how you can support your child further.


Ways you could help your child with their learning:


  • Reading a variety of text with your child and asking questions to check their understanding
  • Working on their math's passports
  • Helping your child to tell the time

There is also further information about how to support your child on the website.

If you have any further questions or concerns please come and see me after school, or make an appointment with Mrs Beavis. Every Tuesday between 3:15pm and 3:30pm, it is 'Teacher Tuesday' where you are invited to come into the class for your child to show you their classroom and learning.  


Thank you for your continued support.


Mrs Rendell

Pegasus and Elves singing.

Elves and Pegasus had a fun singing afternoon at the Nadder Centre on Wednesday afternoon.  The children joined other children from the Cluster schools to perform to their parents Christmas songs which Mr Walker had taught them in previous weeks.  Myself and Mr Jackson were really proud of both classes.

Singing with Mr Walker

Long Term Planning Foundation Subjects

Foundation Subjects Long Term Planning Year 3

Creativity this term so far!

This term we are very busy.  We are reading our class book Charlie and the chocolate factory; learning about animals including humans in science; designing and making rain makers as part of our Africa topic; creating adventures on a magic bed  in English; enjoying learning our times tables; practicing our class assembly (you will receive an invite) and having lots of fun!

Gardens in Pegasus

What a wonderful display of gardens.  Thank you for your continued support.  The children have really enjoyed looking at them.

The Tiger Who Came To Tea

Holiday ideas.  


If your child is bored during the holidays, here are a few reminders of things to do:

  • Diary writing of one day of the holiday which your child would like to write about.
  • Maths passports.
  • Spelling passports.
  • Please listen to your child read and share bedtime stories with them.


Mrs Rendell