Y1 homework 28.1.16 due 4.2.16

This week we are concentrating on using capital letters and full stops correctly. Y1 will need to complete the sheet (which will be given out on Thursday), and re-write the sentences inserting a capital letter and full stop in the correct place. Any questions please ask. Miss Faulkner and Mrs …

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Year 2 Homework Week Beginning 25.01.16

This week’s Literacy homework for all pupils is the conjunctions worksheet, using different types of conjunctions in sentences. Due in 03.02.16 Miss Cook’s maths group – This week we have been looking at the 3 times tables. Please complete 3 times table activity on MyMaths independently. Due in 02.02.16 Mr …

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Year 3 homework 25th January 2016

This week our homework is: Read 3 times this week Learn spellings for Monday’s test Complete maths multiplication sheet Practise passport target for Wednesday and Learn x 3 table for a new weekly times table test – this will be on a Monday following spelling test.   We are beginning …

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Y6 Homework for week commencing the 25/1/16

Please find below details for this week’s homework. Many thanks for the cardboard sent in last week for our Viking day onWednesday – it was much appreciated. Also, just a quick reminder that the workshop is on Friday so we look forward to seeing you there if you can make it …

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Year 5 Lego Workshop

On Friday 22nd January, staff from the Birmingham City University came to visit Year 5 – teaching them all about programming through the use of LEGO. The children had the opportunity to build moving objects ranging from a drumming monkey all the way to dancing birds. Some of the creations …

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Year 3 Ice Bear work

During the first two weeks of January, Year 3 really enjoyed using Jackie Morris’ book, The Ice Bear as a stimulus for their writing. We focused our writing on different styles of poetry and developing our use of descriptive language. We hope you enjoy reading our work! Senses Poem by …

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Year 5 Ice Bear Writing

We have had an amazing time over the last two weeks studying ‘The Ice-Bear’ and discovering what life is like in The Arctic.  The children have enjoyed making dream catchers, sketching polar bears, undertaking descriptive and factual writing, constructing igloos and becoming immersed in this wonderful book.  Please enjoy reading …

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