Reception homework 18.10.17

The homework for this week is practising forming the letters c, k, e and h. Please keep reinforcing the correct pencil grip. Once again, thank you for your support. Reception Team

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Year 2 homework 16th October 2017

We can not believe that the half term is nearly complete – it’s flown by but already we can see how much  the children have progressed. Well done Year 2 ! Over the holidays please could you learn the x 3 tables for our class test on Monday 30th. We …

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Year 4 homework 16.10.17

Hello Y4! We are really proud of how hard you have been working this half term- not long now until you have a well-deserved week off. Spellings: please learn the spellings which explore and spell plural words using the possessive apostrophe. These can be found in your child’s book or on …

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Year 6 – Week commencing 16.10.17

Hello year 6 Thank you for all your hard work with your projects. Keep working on these and see below for the rest of your homework this week: Monday Spellings – learn words with ee sound spelt ei after c. 30/10/17 Topic – Climate Homework – research the climate of …

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Year 1 homework – 11th October

This week’s homework is as follows: Spellings – The ck words will be tested on Monday 16th October. These spellings can also be found on the school website by clicking on Pupils -> Spellings -> Year 1. Reading – Please ensure your child is reading at least three times per week. …

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Reception homework 11.10.17

We have had a great week starting our work on The Gruffalo. We have been thinking all about rhyming words, accurate formation of s, a and t and we have been tracking text carefully and identifying basic punctuation.  We have continued our work on Autumn, with a focus on Harvest …

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Year 2 homework – 9th October 2017

Hoping everyone had a great weekend and enjoyed the lovely autumnal sunshine! Today in English the children have been learning about homophones, words that sound the same but have different meanings. For example flower and flour or pear and pair.  Their spellings and homework are both building upon today’s activity. …

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