Homework will be distributed every Friday and will either be an English or Maths task. Homework is expected to be handed in the following Thursday. Times tables will be given out with homework as will spellings for a test on both the following Thursday. TT Rockstars is to be used for at least 10 mins too please.
Homework to be handed in Thursday 17th March.
Friday 1st October
Year 3 homework is to rewrite sentences with synonyms for 'said.' The sheets with sentences are stuck in their homework books.
Year 4 homework is to correctly punctuate the sentences as seen on the sheet. These need to be written in their book please and not on the sheet.
Spellings are the high frequency words that the children came home with last week.
Friday 17th September
Research a place in the UK and write a non-chronological report about it. It could be a place that you have been on holiday to or a place that you would like to visit or just a place that you want to learn about. Don’t forget to plan what you are going to include. You might choose to include where in the UK the place is, what it is famous or well known for, what the population is etc. Think about the features that you need to include in a non-chronological report and use the checklist below to show what you have included.
This week's homework is consolidation of the place value learning that we have been doing in Maths this week and also focuses on the children being able to write numbers as words (correct spelling). The children have stuck the sheet in their book and also have an additional word search to complete too. Please see the sheet attached.
Spellings for this week are as below:
Week 2 (10.9.21)
These can also be found in the children's homework/reading diary.
This half term we will be learning about the United Kingdom.
To support the children with accurate spelling in their topic based work, please help your child to spell the following spelling words consistently.
Week 1 (3.9.21)
Week 2 (10.9.21)
Week 3 (17.9.21)
Each week, we will also revise the previous spellings to ensure consistency and precision.