Year 4 Homework: 28.01.19

Dear Parents/Carers, The homework for this week is as follows… times tables (all and corresponding division facts) Maths worksheet English worksheet maths passport targets reading three times per week (and record in books) Lexia (if your child has access) Thank you for your continued support, Miss Peck and Mr Viollet

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Year 5 Homework – Week beginning 28.01.19

Tuesday: English: Research and produce a fact-file about famous highwaymen e.g. Dick Turpin. This can be done on the computer or handwritten. Due 5.2.19 Maths: My Maths Due 5.2.19 Friday: Spellings: Learn words Due: 8.2.19 On-going: Reading at least three times each week – remember you can log onto bug…

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YR Week Ending 1.2.19

This week in Reception, we have been working very hard in reading, writing and maths. In Literacy, we have been learning our new Talk for Writing story ‘How to Catch a Star’ – based on the text by author Oliver Jeffers. We have been enjoying acting out the story in our…

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Year Six Homework week beginning 28/1/19

Hope you have all had a lovely weekend. Here’s an overview of the homework for this week. The auditions for Mary Poppins will be continuing this week. Monday – Spellings – please learn words enging in cial and tial for 4/2/19. As always these can be accessed on Spellanywhere. Tuesday – Maths.…

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Year 3 Homework 21.01.19

Please find below this week’s homework: Maths: 11 times table and maths passport. English: complete reading comprehnsion. Spellings: learn words for Monday’s test. Reading x 3 a week and recording it in your child’s reading diary.

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Year 2 homework 21st January 2019

This week the homework is a 2D shape activity. Please complete the sheet and discuss with your child 2D shapes in your everyday environment too. Please continue to read at least 3 times per week and record in their reading diaries. Ideally, the children should be doing a short reading…

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Year 4 Homework: 21.01.19

Dear Parents/Carers, The homework for this week is as follows… times tables (all and corresponding division facts) Maths worksheet English worksheet maths passport targets reading three times per week (and record in books) Lexia (if your child has access) Thank you for your continued support, Miss Peck and Mr Viollet

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