Toll Bar Primary School

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Reading scheme used in school

Click on the link  or type in Collins Connect.

Click on Teacher Sign In.

  • Login with these details
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Click on the Big Cat Collins E-book section

You can then choose the Book Band that your child is reading in school and then choose a book.  The book will be read to you when you select a page to read.  If you press on pause on turn the volume off on your device, your child will be able to read the book to you. Happy reading!

Welcome to Cedar


Welcome to Cedar

Class website:  If you have any questions for Cedar class teacher please use cedar email address.

Staff: Mrs O’Connor, Miss Hickman, Miss Barber.

It has been a difficult time during the Covid lockdown but here at Toll Bar we are all extremely proud of all our pupils and how well they have dealt with the changes we have had to put in place in school. We are going to continue to have lots of fun with our learning in Year 3.

PE days: Tuesday and Thursday. Remember to arrive at school wearing your PE kit on these days.

Reading books will be changed on a Friday to ensure that the books can then be quarantined over the weekend. Please remember to read at home as often as possible, at least four times a week. Do not worry if you have read your book before Friday as rereading your book develops fluency. You also have your bookmarks which have lots of questions you can ask based on your reading book. Remember to bring your reading book and planner to school every day.

Science will be Animals including Humans, where we will be learning all about nutrition, healthy eating and the skeleton.

Computing – All our pupils have access to Teams, which we practice in school to enable children to be able to access assignments and quizzes at home. There is also a link to Oak Academy which is a super website with lots of age related lessons delivered by teachers.


Topic This term our main topic has been Stone Age to iron Age. We have been looking at how clothes, food and people changed during these times. We will be using the internet to search for information to support our learning. Art and Design Technology will include sewing a Stone Age tunic and creating Stone Age jewellery.

See below for some useful links to our topic.

Stone Age Tool Museums

Have a look at Stone Age Tools


BBC Bitesize – Life in the Middle Stone Age


Time Traveller Kids

A great website with information and other links.


Resources Updated 23/11/2020


Online learning Y3 lessons available here: 


Our favourite FREE learning apps and websites  

For maths 



For reading and writing 


For Science

Introducing National Geographic KiDS - Unique Magazines Blog     

For Computing 


 Our other favourites to get active, creative or to just relax with a story. Maybe you fancy a trip to the zoo?!


We want to help and have put together a page of FREE LEARNING RESOURCES provided by UK zoos, designed to keep children educated and engaged during the lockdown. There are links to live "Meet the Keeper" video streams and virtual tours, so there is something for everyone. Just choose the Zoo you want to visit and away you go!