Year 4 Homework 12.09.2016

English – Complete the ‘Word type’ matching sheet. Then create a list of examples for each word type. Read three times a week and record in reading diary. Maths Master your 2’s, 5’s and 10’s. (challenge -Try backwards) Complete Place Value activity. Maths passport target Spellings. Learn your new spellings…

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Year 1 Homework – week commencing September 12th

Please note that this week’s homework is as follows: Spellings – These have been stuck into your child’s yellow reading diary. Please cncourage your child to learn these words for next Monday when they will complete their weekly spelling test. Reading books – Your child has received a reading book…

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Homework 12.09.16

We are really impressed by how well you have settled into Year 6 so far; we are looking forward to an exciting and successful year ahead! Please find below the notices and homework for this week. Remember to wear your Roald Dahl costume on Tuesday this week to celebrate what…

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Year 5 Homework – September 7th

What a fantastic start to year 5 our children have had!  Well done everyone, please keep up the hard work. Literacy – Complete the Space application form for Wednesday 13th September. Remember it is Roald Dahl Day on Tuesday and we are encouraging everyone to dress up as a character…

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Year 6 05.09.16

Welcome back! We hope you have had a restful and enjoyable summer and are now ready to have a hard-working (and fun) Y6. Over the summer we asked you to plan some of your autobiography (see homework sheet) and to take a photograph of yourself reading. Please ensure these are…

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Returning to School

We hope you’ve all had a great summer break and have had lots of fun and adventures. We would like to remind children that school re-opens on Wednesday 7th September.  

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Summer Homework for Year Six

Hope you all have an amazing holiday. Here are just a few reminders of the homework that has been set during the holiday: Read a book which you can bring into school with you on the first day back – make sure it’s one you would recommend to someone in…

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