Off By Heart Year 6 Maths Homework

Year 6 Update 9.3.18

Year 6 have had a brilliant week and despite the snow, completed their Bikeability training. They were a credit to themselves and represented Blackrod Primary with pride whilst out and about in the village.

Yoga continued this week with the second group taking part in their session with Mrs Bradley this afternoon.

Reminders:

It is World Book Day on Wednesday, don't forget to come dressed in your pyjamas for the Bedtime stories theme.

Wednesday is the first Year 6 glow in the dark fitness session 3.30-4.30pm

Home Learning

Home learning spellings will be assessed soon, please practise practise practise!

Maths - to know the conversions between mm-cm, cm-m, m-km and the inverse

g-kg and kg-g

ml-l and l-ml

Reading - Page 12-13 Olympic torch relay for Thursday

Have a good weekend

Mrs Mead

Year 6 Update 2.3.18

A good start to a chilly spring half term! The creative Mayans homework is fantastic, thank you for all of your support in helping the children to be creative and imaginative with their tasks. I will post pictures of the Mayans work on the class twitter page later this week.

Our first Yoga session took place yesterday with Mrs Bradley, the children were amazing and tried really hard to listen and follow the instructions. Due to Bikeability, next weeks session will be on Friday 9th March.

Due to Bikeability, we have completed some of the Spring term assessments this week, children have been given their papers back to look at home and to share their successes. Everybody is working hard and striving to do the best that they can do.

Bikeability will take place on Wednesday and Thursday, children need all of the relevant equipment explained in the information letters and will need to wrap up warm.

Home Learning Tasks

For Monday 5th March = Maths 100 Pages 33,34,35  or Maths 100+ Pages 35&36

For Wednesday 7th March Punctuation Pages 22 and 23

Year 6 update 16.02.18

Happy half term everybody!

Yesterday afternoon the Y5&6 Sports hall athletics team represented Blackrod Primary with pride and came second out of fifteen schools across Bolton. Due to unforeseen circumstances, three children stepped into the team at the very last minute showing bravery and team spirit. The team were exceptional and we are very proud of them all.

We are still enjoying the class novel Wonder and have been working hard in all areas across the curriculum. The children have produced some wonderful stories for the 500 words competition and it was incredibly difficult to choose a small selection to enter. We will celebrate all of the children's efforts after half term.

Home Learning 16.2.18

Maths for Monday

Maths 100+ Pages 6, 7, 53 and 54

Maths 100 Pages 6, 7, 53 and 54

Reading for Tuesday

Hostages to handheld devices Pages 8&9

Cider with Rosie Pages 10&11

Grammar and Punctuation for Thursday

Punctuation Pages 14 and 15 Apostrophes

Grammar Pages 46 and 47 Standard English

Year 6 Update 9.2.18

Year 6 have enjoyed researching about two local historic events this week. The 100 year anniversary of the Votes for Women bill and the 60 year anniversary of The Munich Air disaster. Look out for their reports which will be posted or read online later in the term

Home Learning

On Monday, we will be writing our entries for the Chris Evans' 500 word story competition.

Over the weekend, the children have been asked to write a plan and/or draft their story ready for Monday's English lesson.They have a copy of the instructions in their bags and they will be posted on here as a reminder for anybody who has lost theirs.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/articles/50pnqLfDywb9CFxjNvth5l0/about-500-words

The children have been asked to check that they have completed all of their past home learning tasks by Monday. It is very difficult to review the tasks with the children and support them with their challenges if they have not completed the work on time or brought their books into school.

Please ensure all booster books and home learning diaries are in school bags every day. We are reviewing homework and identifying areas of challenge regularly and using the books in booster sessions.

Thank you for your continued support

Mrs Mead

Bikeability

The following information has been sent home today.

Bikeability 7th and 8th March

March 7th and 8th is the Year 6 Bikeability course. I have requested the information which will arrive shortly. In the meantime, it is worth children having a practise riding their bikes to ensure they are stable and confident. To work towards Level 2, the children are required to ride on the roads but will only be allowed to do so if they are wearing a helmet that fits correctly and can ride their bike steadily.

I will send out the course information as soon as it arrives

Many Thanks

Mrs Mead

Year 6 Update 2.02.18

A fantastic busy week in Year 6, all the children have worked incredibly hard across the curriculum.

In PE we are learning how to play Badminton in doubles, it's getting rather competitive.

There is a fantastic Mayan display linked to our challenge curriculum and also work inspired by the text Wolves in the Walls. These images will be posted on our twitter and class page so please have a look.

Children have completed some progress assessments recently, they have been given some of their papers to take home so feel free to have a look through and discuss with your child. We have some children who are feeling very proud of themselves as they have worked incredibly hard and made great progress.

Home Learning

The children record all home learning tasks in their diaries, these need to be completed by Thursday 8th February

Maths 100 Pg 9 and 13 OR Maths 100+ Pg 13 and Pg 23

Grammar Pg 58 and 59

Punctuation Pg 12 and 13

Any questions or queries, please don't hesitate to contact me at school or write a note on the home learning.

Have a great weekend

Mrs Mead and The Year 6 team

Year 6 Update 22.1.18

Y6 Maths Booster

Children have their revision books with them and will write the instructions in their home learning diaries tomorrow (Tuesday)

Please complete:

Angles on a straight line work and show working

On the scalene and right angled triangles work; complete all of the estimating angles

Revision books need to be returned to school by Friday 26th January

Children have been asked to bring a  ring binder folder into school so that they can store any revision work. There is no obligation to buy a new one, any folder will be fine. The children can customise it if they wish to.

Year 6 update 5.01.17

Happy New Year!

Its been a short yet still busy week in Year 6, everybody has returned to school with lots of enthusiasm.

The new diaries have been sent home, these now replace the old exercise book diary. The home school learning spellings and mathematical facts are all included. We have completed the home learning challenges and the children have recorded them in their diaries, please continue to support your child with their home learning.

Year 6 booster sessions are due to start on Monday 15th January, a letter has been sent home this week.

Home Learning Tasks:

Learn the fraction/decimal/ percentage equivalents (see note in diary)

Read 3x 30 minutes and have at least 3 entries recorded in the diary

Begin to learn the Spring Term spellings (see list in diary)

On behalf of the Year 6 team, I would like to say a huge thank you to all of our families for the lovely cards, gifts and festive wishes sent before the holidays.

Happy New Year to you all

Mrs Mead

Year 6 festive update 15.12.17

It has been a busy week in Year 6, the children have been fantastic. The winter production was sensational and I am sure you are all as proud of your children as we are.

On Tuesday afternoon, we enjoyed the panto in school and are now fully in the festive swing.

The children completed the class novel 'Holes' this week, it has been great to see them all so engaged and excited by the story. As a treat, we are hoping to watch the Disney movie on Monday morning, the children have brought a letter home which requires a permission slip being signed and returned on Monday.

It is the party on Monday afternoon, children can come to school in their clothes but must make sure they are wearing sensible shoes and a warm coat.

Attached below is the Holiday homework, please have a look through our class page as we have added photographs from recent weeks. Keep following us on twitter for regular updates and photographs.

I'd like to take this opportunity to thank you all for your continued support this term, Year 6 have been amazing, they truly deserve a rest over the holidays.

Have a very Merry Christmas and I look forward to seeing you all in 2018

Mrs Mead

Year 6 Update 24.11.17

We have completed test week this week and children will be bringing their test papers home. We have reviewed these in class but ask that children review them with and adult and try to correct or amend some of their mistakes in SPAG and Maths. For Reading, a copy of the text is available below.

https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/439346/Sample_ks2_Englishreading_readingbooklet.pdf

We are currently assessing children on their home learning work - spellings and multiplications. We will feedback to parents on their progress over the next couple of weeks.

Reminders:

  • It is our Y6 parent/child interviews on Tuesday and Wednesday, please contact the office if you have not already made an appointment or spoken to a member of staff.
  • Our fabulous 'Christmas Tree service' is on Friday 1st December, children can wear Christmas accessories for the event. Following that, it is the PTFA Christmas Markets on Friday evening. We hope that you can come along and support the event.
  • Homework: As usual; spellings, multiplication practise and sustained reading for 30 minutes 3 x per week plus review test papers and make corrections.
  • Winter production after school rehearsals will begin on Monday

Have a great weekend

Year 6 Update 17.11.17

We have had a great week in Year 6. Lots of hard work and energy in lessons. The children had a great session on Monday when we watched a performance of Wolves in the Wall to start our English. We have worked collaboratively with Year 5 in English and will continue to do so next week. Our reading swap shop is very popular, children are engaged with the concept and are happily recommending books to each other and sharing. Thank you to all of the children who have contributed so far. In Diversity week we have had some mature and indepth discussions around the quote 'We are all born free and equal' Year 6 have discussed what every child's entitlement should be no matter what.

Children in Need day began with a lively and energetic fitness assembly with Miss Parr and Pudsey, thank you for your support.

We have auditioned for the production 'Christmas is forever' today and parts have been cast. We ask that children work really hard to learn their lines off by heart. Information regarding costumes, after school rehearsals and additional dance parts will be finalised next week.

Homework is as usual - Autumn Term spellings, multiplications and sustained reading for 3x 30 minutes.

Enjoy the weekend

Mrs Mead

Year 6 Update 10.11.17

It's been a busy week in Year 6, the children have worked incredibly hard, selling poppies and other poppy items for Remembrance.

We have written our class charter and as a class, the children have decided how they think they should behave around school as role models for our younger pupils.

In English we have been using song lyrics to develop our reading skills, we also did a little bit of singing along as well

We are taking part in Barvember which is a daily bar model challenge from The White Rose Maths Hub, it is embedding our application of the bar model strategy (as discussed at the recent Maths strategy parents meeting)

Reminders

Weekly home learning is:

Reading 3x30 minutes per week (minimum)

Practise times table and division facts so they can be recalled instantly (up to 12x)

Y6 Autumn Term spellings (see below for the list)

We will be having weekly challenge tests to monitor children's progress in their home learning  

It is crucial that children are supported in completing these tasks daily and embedding their skills.

Year 6 update 3.11.17

Another busy week in Year 6, we started off with an enthusiastic writing session advertising Spooky products for Terror TV

We have focussed on fractions this week and are beginning to embed using the bar model to solve problems. Next week we will be taking part in White Rose Hub Barvember - a daily challenge using the bar model.

Please continue to practise the multiplications and division facts for times tables up to 12, these are crucial in supporting children in accessing the maths curriculum.

Children have brought home an audition letter and rehearsal script in preparation for 'Christmas is Forever' this years KS2 performance.

Reminders

Please make an appointment for our upcoming parents day meetings

Homework is to learn the Autumn term spellings, practise all multiplications off by heart and to read 3x30 minutes per week

Have a great weekend

Mrs Mead

Year 6 update 19.10.17

Happy Half Term Year 6

We have had a busy week, the children sang beautifully in the Harvest Celebration and were excellent representatives of our school when they went out to visit the elder members of the community and deliver gifts. This is working towards our British value for this term 'Contributing to the community'. The children also worked tirelessly to sort the food bank donations and will be visiting the food bank shortly after half term. Thank you to everybody for their kind and generous donations.

A letter was sent home today explaining the Home Learning expectations as explained during 'Meet The Teacher.

Reminders

Applications for secondary school places are due by 31st October

School is closed tomorrow (Friday)

Have a great half term Year 6

Year 6 Update 13.10.17

Another good week in Year 6, we have mastered the 'chunking' strategy to divide 4 digit numbers and can apply it to reasoning. We have continued to read our class novel Holes and study 'Way Home' in English lessons putting ourselves into the shoes of the main character Shane.

This week children were given their words for the Harvest Celebration, I have attached the words below so If anybody hasn't brought them home then they can access them here. Year 6 will be delivering Harvest gifts in the community next week, a permission slip will be sent home on Monday.

Thank you to the group of parents who attended the Year 5&6 mathematics session. As a parent, It is so important to have an understanding of the expectations and how your child is being taught in order that you can support their learning at home. We hope you found the session useful and if you have any further question, please don't hesitate to ask.

Reminders for next week

Reading homework is a minimum of 3x30 minutes per week

Harvest words need to be learnt off by heart

Harvest Celebration is on Tuesday afternoon

Harvest Delivery Tuesday and Wednesday (practise your best smiles)

Thursday is non uniform day for PTFA hamper donations, the Year 6 hamper is blue.

Year 6 Update 6.10.17

Another great week in Year 6, we are really immersed in our class novel 'Holes' and have been tackling BODMAS in Maths.

The Blue Watch from Fire Service came in to talk to us about Halloween and Bonfire safety, we listened really carefully and asked very mature and interesting questions.

Keep following us on twitter and looking at the class page for regular updates and photographs.

There isn't a reasoning Maths challenge for this week so please really focus on your multiplications, spellings and sustained reading (at least 3x30 minutes)

Reminders for next week:

Suitable clothing for outdoor learning with Miss Holmes on Wednesday

Have a great weekend!

Year 6 Update 29.09.17

What a busy week we've had up in Year 6, we are really getting into our class novel 'Holes' and have focussed on prime numbers, factors and multiples in Maths.

The Macmillan Coffee Morning was fantastic, the class hosted the event brilliantly and many of our guests commented on their excellent behaviour and exceptional manners. Well Done Year 6

The Autumn Term spellings for home learning are now available below, please learn these on a regular basis and discuss the vocabulary, 'do you know what all of the words mean?'

The Maths Reasoning challenge this week is Prime factors and multiples - have a go and record your challenge in your diary. (I have adapted the file so it should be accessible, please let me know if there are formatting issues and I will print a copy for you to take home)

Reminders for next week:

  • We will be learning about The journey of a River on Wednesday and will be venturing outdoors to the Secret Garden, please bring a coat and suitable outdoor shoes.
  • Parent Pop in is Thursday 5th October - please come upstairs and see Year 6.

Have a lovely weekend

Y6 Update 21.9.17

We have had a very busy, productive week in Year 6. We have completed some assessments and everybody has given their best efforts. Well Done!

We have discussed the upcoming Macmillan Coffee Morning and created some posters to promote our event.

Growth Mindset has been a big focus for Year 6 and we have compared growth and fixed mindsets and discussed how we approach challenges. There is a super display in Year 6 representing Growth Mindset so don't forget to have a look at the next Parent Pop in session.

Maths Reasoning Challenge below this week is Place Value

Reminders for next week:

  • Book fair (see letter for opening times)
  • Macmillan Coffee Morning on Friday 29th September - Please could you donate cakes, biscuits and baked goods to support this fantastic charity. All are welcome to attend the event. (details to follow

Have a great weekend!

Holiday Homework 15.12.17

Maths Reasoning Tasks - Please have a go and record it in your Home School Diary

Year 5&6 Home Learning Spelling and Vocabulary

Homework this week

Homework will be regularly posted on this page.  If you are having any problems either viewing or printing, please let your class teacher know via your child’s communication book.

Information for all children concerning Abacus Homework (Active Learn)

Homework issued during week commencing 05 March 2018.

Birch Class (Year 5 & 6)

As children progress into Year 5/6 we feel it is important to encourage independence and a greater sense of accountability for completing and returning their homework.  This will also ensure that, in relation to homework as much as to other aspects, their transition to Secondary School is as smooth as possible.If children do not complete homework on time, they will be given time and space during the school day to complete it, e.g. part of lunchtime or breaktime.

This weeks homework should be completed/submitted by - Maths - Monday 12 March & English/Topic – Monday 19 March

Maths homework - an activity has been set on Active Learn to complete for Monday 12 Marchplease also complete ALL OUTSTANDING activities.

Y6 Homework – Triangles

English/Topic homework -  Our topic focus this term is fossils and dinosaurs.  Over the next two weeks, you will be creating a mindmap ‘project’ to investigate an area about dinosaurs.  The project is split into 4 phases, so please read each step carefully and work through these to build up you mindmap project.  You can present these in your homework book, or by using a word processor.

English/Topic Homework to be handed in on Monday 19 March (please note that this is a two-weekproject)

Spellings homework - These have been handed out in class (a list will be emailed to parents, unless your child has a separate arrangement)

 

Oak Class (Year 3 & 4)

This weeks homework should be completed/submitted by -Friday 23 March

Oak Class Homework w.e. 09.03.18

(Please note this is a two week homework project)

 

Lime Class (Year 1 & 2)

This weeks homework should be completed/submitted by - Friday 16 March

We would like the children to talk to parents and grandparents, etc. about the technology they had when they were younger.  For example computers and telephones (mobile & landline).

We would like the children to collect pictures and describe in words what they have been told about technology in the past, these findings should be put in their homework books.

 

Willow Class (Nursery & Reception)

Please continue to learn your sounds/tricky words and also share your reading books 3-5 times a week.

The Theme for next week will be ‘Three Little Pigs’

 

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Birch Class (Year 5 & 6)

As children progress into Year 5/6 we feel it is important to encourage independence and a greater sense of accountability for completing and returning their homework.  This will also ensure that, in relation to homework as much as to other aspects, their transition to Secondary School is as smooth as possible.If children do not complete homework on time, they will be given time and space during the school day to complete it, e.g. part of lunchtime or breaktime.

This weeks homework should be completed/submitted by -Monday 05 March

Maths homework - an activity has been set on Active Learn to complete for Monday 05 Marchplease also complete ALL OUTSTANDING activities.

English homework - Online punctuation game - BBC Bitesize Punctuation Game(please note: you maybe advised to update your Flash Player if it is not an up-to-date version)

Spellings homework - These have been handed out in class (a list has been emailed to parents, unless your child has a separate arrangement)

 

Oak Class (Year 3 & 4)

This weeks homework should be completed/submitted by -Wednesday 08 March

Maths homework - an activity has been set on Active Learn to complete for Wednesday 08 Marchplease also complete ALL OUTSTANDING activities.

 

Lime Class (Year 1 & 2)

This weeks homework should be completed/submitted by - Friday 09 March

Spelling Homework-test Friday 09.03

 

Willow Class (Nursery & Reception)

Please continue to learn your sounds/tricky words and also share your reading books 3-5 times a week.

The weeks theme - Chinese New Year

 

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Birch Class (Year 5 & 6)

As children progress into Year 5/6 we feel it is important to encourage independence and a greater sense of accountability for completing and returning their homework.  This will also ensure that, in relation to homework as much as to other aspects, their transition to Secondary School is as smooth as possible.If children do not complete homework on time, they will be given time and space during the school day to complete it, e.g. part of lunchtime or breaktime.

This weeks homework should be completed/submitted by -Monday 26 February

Maths homework - an activity has been set on Active Learn to complete for Monday 26 Februaryplease also complete ALL OUTSTANDING activities.

English homework – Comprehension activity – paper copies were handed out in class (an emailed copy has been sent to parents just in case it gets mislaid or needs reprinting)

Spellings homework - These have been handed out in class (a list has been emailed to parents, unless your child has a separate arrangement)

 

Oak Class (Year 3 & 4)

This weeks homework should be completed/submitted by -Monday 26 February (homework books activity) & Wednesday 28 February (Maths online)

Homework books - complete the activity that has been put in homework books, this needs to be completed and handed in by Monday 26 February

Maths homework - an activity has been set on Active Learn to complete for Wednesday 28 Februaryplease also complete ALL OUTSTANDING activities.

 

Lime Class (Year 1 & 2)

This weeks homework should be completed/submitted by - Friday 02 March

Paper copies of the following have been given to the children, but should you need to reprint them they are attached below.

Year 2 – Crossword

Year 2 – Chinese Writing

Year 1 – Crossword

Year 1 – Chinese Writing

Spelling Homework for test Friday 02 March

 

Willow Class (Nursery & Reception)

Please continue to learn your sounds/tricky words and also share your reading books 3-5 times a week.

The weeks theme - Chinese New Year

 

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Birch Class (Year 5 & 6)

This weeks homework should be completed/submitted by Monday 19 February

Please find details of the homework below:

English homework - Please choose a new book you are reading or one you have just completed and write a detailed book review using the template below.

Birch Class – My Book Review template

Maths homework - There is no specific maths homework for half-term; however listed below are a range of websites that are full of great activities and games to play.

Top Marks – Mental Maths

BBC Bitesize – KS2 Maths

Primary Homework Help – Maths

Please also complete ALL OUTSTANDING activities on Active Learn

 

Oak Class (Year 3 & 4)

This weeks homework should be completed/submitted by -Monday 19 February

Homework - The homework will be stuck into homework books.

Times tables - the children should continue to practise their times tables as this are used in class on a regular basis.

Reading - the children should read daily and with an adult if required.  Please can you ensure that ALL READING BOOKS AND DIARIES are always put back into bookbags every day as we are very lucky to have volunteers who give up their time to listen to Oak class children read at least three times a week.

 

Lime Class (Year 1 & 2)

This weeks homework should be completed/submitted by - Friday 23 February

The children have been learning about the Seasons and Weather.

For homework this week, we would like the children to think about the different seasons, then choose their favourite season and create a poster.

The poster should only be about one season, please – it can be any size, shape, colour/s – use your imagination and creativity, and please can they describe in words why this season is their favourite.

 

Willow Class (Nursery & Reception)

Please continue to learn your sounds/tricky words and also share your reading books 3-5 times a week.

CAN YOU MAKE A STORY BOX? – this homework needs to be handed in w.c. 19 February (after Half-term)

Please find a shoe box or similar and turn it on its side. The idea is to make a scene inside the box that tells the story. The children can use things from around the home and decorate the inside to represent the story and its characters. The children should choose their favourite or a familiar fairy tale/ traditional tale. They will show and talk about them with the class after half term.

The theme for w/c 19 February - Chinese New Year

 

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Birch Class (Year 5 & 6)

This weeks homework should be completed/submitted by Monday 05 February

Please find details of the homework below:

Maths homework - an activity has been set on Active Learn to complete for Monday 05 Februaryplease also complete ALL OUTSTANDING activities.

Computing homework - Our focus for computing this term is programming, we will continue to use the programme ‘scratch’.  The children will continue to work on their ‘Balloons’ project.  We started this in lessons at the beginning of the week and therefore all of the work completed so far should be saved online through their account.  The children were each given a ‘project pack’ earlier in the week, which they can use at home to assist them with this homework.

This homework needs to be completed by Monday 05 February.

English homework - Spellings will be available in class w.c. 05 February for a test on Thursday (they will also be emailed to parents unless your child has an alternative arrangement).

 

Oak Class (Year 3 & 4)

This weeks homework should be completed/submitted by -Wednesday 07 February

Maths homework - an activity has been set on Active Learn to complete for Monday 07 Februaryplease also complete ALL OUTSTANDING activities.

Times tables - the children should continue to practise their times tables as this are used in class on a regular basis.

Reading – the children should read daily and with an adult if required.  Please can you ensure that ALL READING BOOKS AND DIARIES are always put back into bookbags every day as we are very lucky to have volunteers who give up their time to listen to Oak class children read at least three times a week.

 

Lime Class (Year 1 & 2)

This weeks homework should be completed/submitted by - Friday 09 February

This week the children have made Christingles to celebrate Candlemas.  Candlemas is an important date in the Churches calendar.

For homework this week, we would like the children to think about a time of year that you celebrate and to create a poster that you can share in class next week.

The poster should only be about one festival, please – it can be any size, shape, colour/s – use your imagination and creativity.

 

Willow Class (Nursery & Reception)

Please continue to learn your sounds/tricky words and also share your reading books 3-5 times a week.

CAN YOU MAKE A STORY BOX? – this homework needs to be handed in w.c. 19 February (after Half-term)

Please find a shoe box or similar and turn it on its side. The idea is to make a scene inside the box that tells the story. The children can use things from around the home and decorate the inside to represent the story and its characters. The children should choose their favourite or a familiar fairy tale/ traditional tale. They will show and talk about them with the class after half term.

The theme for w/c 05 February - Hansel & Gretel and Beauty & the Beast

 

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Birch Class (Year 5 & 6)

This weeks Maths & Computing homework should be completed/submitted by Monday 29 January

Please find details of the homework below:

Maths homework - an activity has been set on Active Learn to complete for Monday 29 Januaryplease also complete any outstanding activities – if you are unable to complete these activities at home, please let Mrs Butler know and you maybe able to complete it during school time.

Computing homework - Our focus for computing this term is programming, we will continue to use the programme ‘scratch’. The children will continue to create their own adventure world.  We have begun this in lessons at the beginning of the week and therefore all of the work completed so far should be saved online through their account.  The children were each given a ‘project pack’ earlier in the week, which they can use at home to assist them with this homework.

This homework needs to be completed by Monday 29 January.

English homework - Spellings will be handed out in class w.c. 29 January for a test on Thursday.

 

Oak Class (Year 3 & 4)

This weeks homework should be completed/submitted by -Wednesday 31 January

Homework has been put in the homework books and should be handed in no later than Wednesday 31 January

 

Lime Class (Year 1 & 2)

This weeks homework should be completed/submitted by - Friday 02 February

Year 2 Maths Homework – w.c. 22.01.18

Year 1 Maths Homework – w.c. 22.01.18

Spellings – Lime Class (test 02.02.18)

 

Willow Class (Nursery & Reception)

Please continue to learn your sounds/tricky words and also share your reading books 3-5 times a week.

The theme for w/c 29 January - The Ginger Bread Boy/Man

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Birch Class (Year 5 & 6)

This weeks Math & Computing homework should be completed/submitted by Monday 22 January, this weeks Spellings should be learnt by Thursday 25 January

Computing homework and Spellings have been handed out in class, please find details of the homework below.

Maths homework - an activity has been set on Active Learn to complete for Monday 22 Januaryplease also complete any outstanding activities – if you are unable to complete these activities at home, please let Mrs Butler know and you maybe able to complete it during school time.

Computing homework - Our focus for computing this term is programming, we will continue to use the programme ‘scratch’. The children will need to recreate their space invader game, and continue to develop it further using the ‘project pack’ they have been given in class.

Scratch gives the children the option to create their own account, which means we can save their work individually.  This will involve them entering their age and a valid email address- if you are happy for them to create this, please can you make a note of their log in details and send them into school with the children so we can use them in lesson time.

Scratch website address: https://scratch.mit.edu/ – select Join Scratch if you don’t already have an account or Sign In.  This homework needs to be completed by Monday 22 January, please make sure that you bring your log-in details into school on Monday 22 January.

English homework - can you please practise the spellings handed out in class, the Spelling Test will be carried out on Thursday 25 January

 

Oak Class (Year 3 & 4)

This weeks homework should be completed/submitted by -Wednesday 24 January

Homework has been put in the homework books and should be handed in no later than Wednesday 24 January

 

Lime Class (Year 1 & 2)

All homework should be completed/submitted by Friday 26 January

Topic homework – cut out the events on the attached and put them in order on a piece of paper or in your homework book.  If you need the attached printed, please email the office and they will ensure a copy is given to your child on Monday.

KS1 Victorian Timeline

 

Willow Class (Nursery & Reception)

Please continue to learn your sounds/tricky words and also share your reading books 3-5 times a week.

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Birch Class (Year 5 & 6)

This weeks homework should be completed/submitted by Thursday 18 January

English homework - can you please practise the spellings handed out in class, the Spelling Test will be carried out on Thursday 18 January

 

Oak Class (Year 3 & 4)

This weeks homework should be completed/submitted by -Wednesday 17 January

Maths homework - an activity has been set on Active Learn to complete for Wednesday 17 January, please also complete any outstanding activities – if you are unable to complete these activities at home, please let Mrs Jones know and you maybe able to complete it during school time.

 

Lime Class (Year 1 & 2)

All homework should be completed/submitted by -Friday 19 January

Topic homework - draw a 2D/3D image of a room in your house and label key features/items, please make sure that you bring this homework in on Friday 19 January

 

Willow Class (Nursery & Reception)

Please continue to learn your sounds/tricky words and also share your reading books 3-5 times a week.

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Birch Class (Year 5 & 6)

This weeks homework should be completed/submitted by Monday 11 December

English homework - can you please rehearse your words for the Christmas Performance on Tuesday 12 December

Maths homework - an activity has been set on Active Learn to complete for Monday 11 December, please also complete any outstanding activities – if you are unable to complete these activities at home, please let Mrs Butler know and you maybe able to complete it during school time.

 

Oak Class (Year 3 & 4)

This weeks homework should be completed/submitted by – see sheet for details

Continue with the homework set last week, see sheet below

Oak Class Homework – w.c. 01.12.17

 

Lime Class (Year 1 & 2)

All homework should be completed/submitted by…

Practise your lines and songs for the Christmas Performance on Wednesday 13 December.

 

Willow Class (Nursery & Reception)

Please continue to learn your key words and also share your reading books 3-5 times a week.

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Birch Class (Year 5 & 6)

This weeks homework should be completed/submitted by Monday 04 December

Yr 6 – English Homework w.c. 27.11.17

Yr 5 – English Homework w.c. 27.11.17

Maths homework - an activity has been set on Active Learn to complete for Monday 04 December, please also complete any outstanding activities – if you are unable to complete these activities at home, please let Mrs Butler know and you maybe able to complete during school time.

 

Oak Class (Year 3 & 4)

This weeks homework should be completed/submitted by – see sheet for details

Oak Class Homework – w.c. 01.12.17

 

Lime Class (Year 1 & 2)

All homework should be completed/submitted by Friday 08 December

Lime Class Homework – 01.12.17

 

Willow Class (Nursery & Reception)

Please continue to learn your key words and also share your reading books 3-5 times a week.

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Birch Class (Year 5 & 6)

This weeks homework should be completed/submitted by Monday 27 November

Birch Class Homework – w.c. 20.11.17

 

Oak Class (Year 3 & 4)

This weeks homework should be completed/submitted by see sheet below for submission dates

Oak Class Homework – w.c. 20.11.17

 

Limes Class (Year 1 & 2)

All homework should be completed/submitted by Friday 01 December

Lime Class Homework – 24.11.17

 

Willow Class (Nursery & Reception)

Please continue to learn your key words and also share your reading books 3-5 times a week.

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Birch Class (Year 5 & 6)

Paper copies/instructions of the homework were distributed in class on Wednesday 15 November.

English – War Horse Diorama - due in on Monday 27 November

Maths – online at Active Learn – to be completed by Monday 20 November

 

Oak Class (Year 3 & 4)

This weeks homework should be completed/submitted by Thursday 23 November

Homework was distributed in class and should be in the homework books.

 

Limes Class (Year 1 & 2)

All homework should be completed/submitted by Friday 24 November

Paper copies were distributed on Friday 17 November

 

Willow Class (Nursery & Reception)

Please continue to learn your key words and also share your reading books 3-5 times a week.

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Birch Class (Year 5 & 6)

All homework should be completed/submitted by Monday 13 November

Paper copies/instructions of the homework were distributed in class on Wednesday 08 November.

English homework – complete the postcard as if you were a soldier; think about who you are going to write to, how they would be feeling about you being so far away, etc…

Maths homework - an activity has been set on Active Learn to complete for Monday 13 November, please also complete any outstanding activities

 

Oak Class (Year 3 & 4)

This weeks homework should be completed/submitted by Wednesday 15 November

Oak Class Homework – 10.11.17

 

Limes Class (Year 1 & 2)

All homework should be completed/submitted by Friday 17 November

Lime Class Homework – 10.11.17

Year 1 English Homework – 10.11.17

Year 2 English Homework – 10.11.17

Maths homework - an activity has been set on Active Learn to complete for Friday 17 November, please also complete any outstanding activities

 

Willow Class (Nursery & Reception)

Please continue to learn your key words and also share your reading books 3-5 times a week.

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Birch Class (Year 5 & 6)

All homework should be completed/submitted by Monday 06 November

Paper copies/instructions of the homework were distributed on Wednesday 01 November.

Birch Class Homework – set 01.11.17

Yr5 Maths Homework – set 01.11.17

Yr6 Maths Homework – set 01.11.17

 

Oak Class (Year 3 & 4)

This weeks homework should be completed/submitted by Wednesday 08 November

The homework has been stuck in the Homework Books this week.

 

Limes Class (Year 1 & 2)

All homework should be completed/submitted by Friday 10 November

Paper copies have been sent home with all children, but if they are mislaid then we have attached the files below.

Lime Class Homework – 03.11.17

Lime Class Maths Homework – 03.11.17

 

Willow Class (Nursery & Reception)

Please continue to learn your key words and also share your reading books 3-5 times a week.

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Birch Class (Year 5 & 6)

All homework should be completed/submitted by Tuesday 31 October

Paper copies/instructions of the homework were distributed on Wednesday 18 October.

 

Oak Class (Year 3 & 4)

This weeks homework should be completed/submitted by…

There is no specific homework due in after the half-term break, but please can you ensure that you read as often as possible.

 

Limes Class (Year 1 & 2)

All homework should be completed/submitted by Friday 03 November

Lime Class Homework – w.c. 20.10.17

 

Willow Class (Nursery & Reception)

Please continue to learn your key words and also share your reading books 3-5 times a week.

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Birch Class (Year 5 & 6)

All homework should be completed/submitted by Monday 16 October

Paper copies/instructions of the following homework were distributed on Wednesday 11 October.

Birch Class Homework – w.c. 09.10.17

Maths homework - is online on Active Learn, this also needs to completed for Monday 16 October

 

Oak Class (Year 3 & 4)

This weeks homework should be completed/submitted by Monday 16 October

Please continue with homework from last week, Maths and Topic needs to be handed in on Monday 16 October

Oak Class Homework – w.e. 06.10.17

 

Limes Class (Year 1 & 2)

All homework should be completed/submitted by …

Please check with the class teacher on Monday 16 October if any homework is due this week.

Unfortunately due to absence the website could not be updated on Friday, we apologise for any inconvenience caused.

 

Willow Class (Nursery & Reception)

Please continue to learn your key words and also share your reading books 3-5 times a week.

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Birch Class (Year 5 & 6)

All homework should be completed/submitted by Monday 09 October

Paper copies/instructions of the following homework were distributed on Wednesday 04 October.

Birch Class Homework – w.c. 02.10.17

Book Review 1

Book Review 2

Book Review 3

Maths homework - is online on Active Learn, this also needs to completed for Monday 09 October

 

Oak Class (Year 3 & 4)

All homework should be completed/submitted by please see sheet for deadline dates.

Oak Class Homework – w.e. 06.10.17

 

Limes Class (Year 1 & 2)

All homework should be completed/submitted by Thursday 12 October

Lime Class Homework – w.c. 02.10.17

 

Willow Class (Nursery & Reception)

Please continue to learn your key words and also share your reading books 3-5 times a week.

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Birch Class (Year 5 & 6)

All homework should be completed/submitted by Monday 02 October

Paper copies/instructions of the following homework were distributed on Wednesday 27 September.

Birch Class Homework – due in Monday 02 October 2017

 

Oak Class (Year 3 & 4)

All homework should be completed/submitted by Wednesday 04 October

Oak Class Homework – w.e. 29.09.17

 

Limes Class (Year 1 & 2)

All homework should be completed/submitted by Friday 06 October

Limes Class Homework – w.e. 29.09.17

Yr 1 Maths Homework – w.e. 29.09.17

Yr 2 Maths Homework – w.e. 29.09.17

100 Square

 

Willow Class (Nursery & Reception)

Please continue to learn your key words and also share your reading books 3-5 times a week.

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Birch Class (Year 5 & 6)

All homework should be completed/submitted by Monday of the following week

Paper copies/instructions of the following homework were distributed on Wednesday 20 September.

English homework - as instructed in class, the children need to design their own Greek God/Goddess, describing carefully their appearance, powers and personality.  Please complete in Homework Book for Monday 25 September

Maths homework - is online on Active Learn, this also needs to completed for Monday 25 September

 

Oak Class (Year 3 & 4)

All homework should be completed/submitted by Wednesday 27 September

Paper copies/instructions of the following homework are being distributed on Friday 22 September.

Oak Class Homework – w.e. 22.09.17

 

Limes Class (Year 1 & 2)

All homework should be completed/submitted by Friday 29 September

Maths - is online on Active Learn, should you need any assistance in logging-in please speak to the Class Teacher

English – This week we have been looking at labels and captions.

For this week’s homework we would like you to draw a character from your favourite book and label the key features.  Please remember to use some interesting adjectives to describe your character.

 

Willow Class (Nursery & Reception)

Please continue to learn your key words and also share your reading books 3-5 times a week.

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Birch Class (Year 5 & 6)

All homework should be completed/submitted by Monday of the following week

Paper copies/instructions of the following homework were distributed on Wednesday 13 September.

English homework - as instructed in class, please read Chapter 4 and write brief notes for Monday 18 September

Maths homework - is online on Active Learn, this also needs to completed for Monday 18 September

 

Oak Class (Year 3 & 4)

All homework should be completed/submitted by Wednesday of the following week

Paper copies/instructions of the following homework are being distributed on Friday 15 September.

Oak Class Homework – w.e. 15.09.17

(The children were each given a river to study, but if you have any queries please speak to Mrs Jones).

 

Limes Class (Year 1 & 2)

Limes Class Homework – w.e. 15.09.17

 

Willow Class (Nursery & Reception)

Please continue to learn your key words and also share your reading books 3-5 times a week.

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Birch Class (Year 5 & 6)

All homework should be completed/submitted by Monday of the following week

Paper copies of the following were distributed on Wednesday

English homework - please complete the sheet for Monday.

Birch Class Yr6 English – w.c. 08.09.17

Birch Class Yr5 English – w.c. 08.09.17

Birch Class Maths – sheets have been distributed to the children as per their individual Maths groups

 

Oak Class (Year 3 & 4)

All homework should be completed/submitted by Wednesday of the following week

Oak Class Homework – w.e. 08.09.17

 

Limes Class (Year 1 & 2)

Please continue reading the books in your bookbag (3-5 times a week)

Also practice writing numbers.

 

Willow Class (Nursery & Reception)

Please continue to learn your key words and also share your reading books 3-5 times a week.

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There will be no homework over the Summer Holidays – go and enjoy yourselves and we look forward to seeing you in September.

 

 

 

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Homework issued during week ending 14 July 2017.

Birch Class (Year 5 & 6)

All homework should be completed/submitted by Monday of the following week

Maths homework - an activity has been set on Active Lean to complete for Monday, please also complete any outstanding activities

English homework - please complete the comprehension sheet for Monday.  All children have been given a paper copy, but it has also been attached below:

Birch Class Yr6 English – w.c. 10.07.17

Birch Class Yr5 English – w.c. 10.07.17

 

Oak Class (Year 3 & 4)

All homework should be completed/submitted by Thursday of the following week

Homework will be uploaded on Friday 14 July

 

Limes Class (Year 1 & 2)

All homework should be completed/submitted by Thursday of the following week

Homework will be uploaded on Friday 14 July

English homework -  Please continue to learn your lines/songs off by heart for the End of Year Performance.

 

Willow Class (Nursery & Reception)

Please continue to learn your key words and also share your reading books 3-5 times a week.

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Birch Class (Year 5 & 6)

All homework should be completed/submitted by Monday of the following week

Maths homework – each child has been given a paper worksheet to complete for Monday

English homework – please continue to work on your Diorama (Shakespeare – scene in a box), ready for handing in on Monday

 

Oak Class (Year 3 & 4)

All homework should be completed/submitted by Thursday of the following week

Oak Class Homework – w.e. 07.07.17

 

Limes Class (Year 1 & 2)

All homework should be completed/submitted by Thursday of the following week

Limes Class – Yr 2 Maths – w.e. 07.07.17

Limes Class – Yr 1 Maths – w.e. 07.07.17

English homework -  Please continue to learn your lines/songs off by heart for the End of Year Performance.

 

Willow Class (Nursery & Reception)

Please continue to learn your key words and also share your reading books 3-5 times a week.

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Birch Class (Year 5 & 6)

All homework should be completed/submitted by Monday of the following week

Birch Class Homework – w.c. 26.06.17

 

Oak Class (Year 3 & 4)

All homework should be completed/submitted by Thursday of the following week

Maths Homework is online at Active Learn - please complete the activity assigned for this week and also any outstanding from previous weeks

English -  Please continue to learn your lines/songs off by heart for the End of Year Performance, also the children need to learn their cues of when to speak, etc…

 

Limes Class (Year 1 & 2)

All homework should be completed/submitted by Thursday of the following week

Year 1 Maths Homework – w.e. 30.06.17

Year 2 Maths Homework – w.e. 30.06.17

English -  Please continue to learn your lines/songs off by heart for the End of Year Performance.

 

Willow Class (Nursery & Reception)

Please continue to learn your key words and also share your reading books 3-5 times a week.

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Birch Class (Year 5 & 6)

All homework should be completed/submitted by Wednesday of the following week

Birch Class English Homework – w.e. 23.06.17

Maths Homework is online at Active Learn – please complete the activity assigned for this week and also any outstanding from previous weeks

 

Oak Class (Year 3 & 4)

All homework should be completed/submitted by Thursday of the following week

Oak Class Homework – w.e. 23.06.17

Units of Time Facts

 

Limes Class (Year 1 & 2)

All homework should be completed/submitted by Thursday of the following week

Learn your lines for the End of Year Performance – The Bee Musical

Maths Homework is online at Active Learn -  please complete the activity assigned for this week and also any outstanding from previous weeks

 

Willow Class (Nursery & Reception)

Please continue to learn your key words and also share your reading books 3-5 times a week.

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Birch Class (Year 5 & 6)

Science Investigationdue Monday 19 June

If possible please could the children bring in a cutting of either a plant, vegetable or flower for their Science lesson on Monday.  Please ensure that it is placed in either water or repotted to continues its growth.  The children will be monitoring the growth and therefore on Monday they will be starting the initial measuring phase of the investigation.

Please can the children rehearse their parts for the End of Year Performance, we would like them to be able to learn them off by heart as next week we will be rehearsing without scripts.  Can they also learn the words to the songs (not the solos).

 

Oak Class (Year 3 & 4)

Please could children learn their scripts for the upcoming End of Year Performance.  If they have lines then they need to learn them off by heart as well as knowing what their cues are. Please go over any words they find difficult to pronounce and discuss their meaning. Encourage them to be expressive!

All children need to learn the words to the songs (not the solos).

From next week we will be rehearsing without the scripts!

 

Limes Class (Year 1 & 2)

All homework should be completed/submitted by Thursday of the following week

Limes Class English – w.e. 16.06.17

Maths Homework is online at Active Learn

Willow Class (Nursery & Reception)

Please continue to learn your key words and also share your reading books 3-5 times a week.

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Birch Class (Year 5 & 6)

All homework should be completed/submitted by Wednesday of the following week

Birch Class English Homework – w.e. 09.06.17

Maths Homework is online at Active Learn

Please continue to work on your spelling patterns using them within your homework and in class

Birch Class Spelling Patterns

Spelling Pattern Explanatory Note

Oak Class (Year 3 & 4)

All homework should be completed/submitted by Thursday of the following week

Oak Class Homework – w.e. 09.06.17

Please continue to work on your spelling patterns using them within your homework and in class

Oak Class Spelling Patterns

Spelling Pattern Explanatory Note

Limes Class (Year 1 & 2)

All homework should be completed/submitted by Thursday of the following week

Limes Class English Homework – w.e. 09.06.17

Limes Class Yr1 Maths – w.e. 09.06.17

Limes Class Yr2 Maths – w.e. 09.06.17

Please continue to work on your spelling patterns using them within your homework and in class

Limes Class Spelling Patterns

Spelling Pattern Explanatory Note

Willow Class (Nursery & Reception)

Please continue to learn your key words and also share your reading books 3-5 times a week.

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Birch Class (Year 5 & 6)

All homework should be completed/submitted by Wednesday of the following week

English Homework – Compile some questions ready for the RE Trip on Monday

Maths Homework is online at Active Learn

Please continue to work on your spelling patterns using them within your homework and in class

Birch Class Spelling Patterns

Spelling Pattern Explanatory Note

Oak Class (Year 3 & 4)

All homework should be completed/submitted by Thursday of the following week

Oak Class Homework – w.e. 19.05.17

Maths Homework is online at Active Learn

Please continue to work on your spelling patterns using them within your homework and in class

Oak Class Spelling Patterns

Spelling Pattern Explanatory Note

Limes Class (Year 1 & 2)

All homework should be completed/submitted by Thursday of the following week

Year 1 – Maths Homework is online at Active Learn

There will be no homework for Year 2 as they will doing SATs next week

Please continue to work on your spelling patterns using them within your homework and in class

Limes Class Spelling Patterns

Spelling Pattern Explanatory Note

Willow Class (Nursery & Reception)

Please continue to learn your key words and also share your reading books 3-5 times a week.

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Birch Class (Year 5 & 6)

All homework should be completed/submitted by Wednesday of the following week

There will be no homework for Year 6, but if they would like to have a go at the Topic Homework then they are very welcome.

Birch Class Yr5 Maths – w.e. 12.05.17

Birch Class Topic – w.e. 12.05.17

Please continue to work on your spelling patterns using them within your homework and in class

Birch Class Spelling Patterns

Spelling Pattern Explanatory Note

Oak Class (Year 3 & 4)

All homework should be completed/submitted by Thursday of the following week

Oak Class Homework – w.e. 12.05.17

Oak Class Yr4 English – w.e. 12.05.17

Oak Class Yr3 English – w.e. 12.05.17

Maths Homework is online at Active Learn

Please continue to work on your spelling patterns using them within your homework and in class

Oak Class Spelling Patterns

Spelling Pattern Explanatory Note

Limes Class (Year 1 & 2)

All homework should be completed/submitted by Thursday of the following week

Limes Class Maths – w.e. 12.05.17

Limes Class Yr2 English – w.e. 12.05.17

Limes Class Yr1 English – w.e. 12.05.17

Please continue to work on your spelling patterns using them within your homework and in class

Limes Class Spelling Patterns

Spelling Pattern Explanatory Note

Willow Class (Nursery & Reception)

Please continue to learn your key words and also share your reading books 3-5 times a week.

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Birch Class (Year 5 & 6)

All homework should be completed/submitted by Wednesday of the following week

There will be no homework for Year 6, until after SATs week.

Yr 5 Maths Homework is online at Active Learn

Please continue to work on your spelling patterns using them within your homework and in class

Birch Class Spelling Patterns

Spelling Pattern Explanatory Note

Oak Class (Year 3 & 4)

All homework should be completed/submitted by Thursday of the following week

Oak Class Homework – w.e. 05.05.17

Oak Class English – w.e. 05.05.17

Please continue to work on your spelling patterns using them within your homework and in class

Oak Class Spelling Patterns

Spelling Pattern Explanatory Note

Limes Class (Year 1 & 2)

All homework should be completed/submitted by Thursday of the following week

Limes Class Yr2 English – w.e. 05.05.17

Limes Class Yr2 Maths – w.e. 05.05.17

Limes Class Yr1 English – w.e. 05.05.17

Limes Class Yr1 Maths – w.e. 05.05.17

Please continue to work on your spelling patterns using them within your homework and in class

Limes Class Spelling Patterns

Spelling Pattern Explanatory Note

Willow Class (Nursery & Reception)

Please continue to learn your key words and also share your reading books 3-5 times a week.

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Birch Class (Year 5 & 6)

All homework should be completed/submitted by Wednesday of the following week

There will be no homework for Year 6, until after SATs week.

Birch Class Yr5 English w.e. 28.04.17

Birch Class Yr5 Maths w.e. 28.04.17

Please continue to work on your spelling patterns using them within your homework and in class

Birch Class Spelling Patterns

Spelling Pattern Explanatory Note

Oak Class (Year 3 & 4)

All homework should be completed/submitted by Thursday of the following week

Oak Class Homework – w.e. 28.04.17

Oak Class Yr3 Maths – w.e. 28.04.17

Oak Class Yr4 Maths – w.e. 28.04.17

Oak Class Topic – w.e. 28.04.17

Please continue to work on your spelling patterns using them within your homework and in class

Oak Class Spelling Patterns

Spelling Pattern Explanatory Note

Limes Class (Year 1 & 2)

All homework should be completed/submitted by Thursday of the following week

Limes Class Yr2 English – w.e. 28.04.17

Limes Class Yr1 English – w.e. 28.04.17

Limes Class Maths Homework is online at Active Learn

Please continue to work on your spelling patterns using them within your homework and in class

Limes Class Spelling Patterns

Spelling Pattern Explanatory Note

Willow Class (Nursery & Reception)

Please continue to learn your key words and also share your reading books 3-5 times a week.

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Birch Class (Year 5 & 6)

All homework should be completed/submitted by Wednesday of the following week

Birch Class English – w.e 21.04.17

Birch Class Maths – Online at Active Learn

Please continue to work on your spelling patterns using them within your homework and in class

Birch Class Spelling Patterns

Spelling Pattern Explanatory Note

Oak Class (Year 3 & 4)

All homework should be completed/submitted by Thursday of the following week

Oak Class Homework – w.e. 21.04.17

Oak Class Poems – w.e. 21.04.17

Oak Class Maths – Online at Active Learn

Please continue to work on your spelling patterns using them within your homework and in class

Oak Class Spelling Patterns

Spelling Pattern Explanatory Note

Limes Class (Year 1 & 2)

All homework should be completed/submitted by Thursday of the following week

Limes Class Maths – w.e. 21.04.17

Limes Class Yr1 English – w.e. 21.04.17

Limes Class Yr2 English – w.e. 21.04.17

Please continue to work on your spelling patterns using them within your homework and in class

Limes Class Spelling Patterns

Spelling Pattern Explanatory Note

Willow Class (Nursery & Reception)

Please continue to learn your key words and also share your reading books 3-5 times a week.

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Birch Class (Year 5 & 6)

All homework should be completed/submitted by Wednesday of the following week

Birch Class English – w.e. 24.03.17

Birch Class Maths – Online at Active Learn

Please continue to work on your spelling patterns using them within your homework and in class

Birch Class spelling patterns – Spring term

Spelling Pattern Explanatory Note

Oak Class (Year 3 & 4)

All homework should be completed/submitted by Thursday of the following week

Oak Class Homework – w.e. 24.03.17

Oak Class Maths – Online at Active Learn

Please continue to work on your spelling patterns using them within your homework and in class

Oak Class Spelling Patterns

Spelling Pattern Explanatory Note

Limes Class (Year 1 & 2)

All homework should be completed/submitted by Thursday of the following week

Year 2 English – w.e. 24.03.17

Year 1 English – w.e. 24.03.17

Limes Class Maths – Online at Active Learn

Please continue to work on your spelling patterns using them within your homework and in class

Limes Class Spelling Patterns

Spelling Pattern Explanatory Note

Willow Class (Nursery & Reception)

Please continue to learn your key words and also share your reading books 3-5 times a week.

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Birch Class (Year 5 & 6)

All homework should be completed/submitted by Wednesday of the following week

Birch Class English – w.e 17.03.17

Birch Class Maths – Online at Active Learn

Please continue to work on your spelling patterns using them within your homework and in class

Birch Class spelling patterns – Spring term

Spelling Pattern Explanatory Note

Oak Class (Year 3 & 4)

All homework should be completed/submitted by Thursday of the following week

Oak Class Homework – w.e. 17.03.17

Please continue to work on your spelling patterns using them within your homework and in class

Oak Class Spelling Patterns

Spelling Pattern Explanatory Note

Limes Class (Year 1 & 2)

All homework should be completed/submitted by Thursday of the following week

Yr2 English Homework – w.e. 17.03.17

Yr2 Maths Homework – w.e. 17.03.17

Yr1 English Homework – w.e. 17.03.17

Yr1 Maths Homework – w.e. 17.03.17

Please continue to work on your spelling patterns using them within your homework and in class

Limes Class Spelling Patterns

Spelling Pattern Explanatory Note

Willow Class (Nursery & Reception)

Please continue to learn your key words and also share your reading books 3-5 times a week.

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Birch Class (Year 5 & 6)

All homework should be completed/submitted by Wednesday of the following week

Birch Class Homework – w.e. 10.03.17

Birch Class Yr6 Maths w.e. 10.03.17

Birch Class Yr5 Maths – w.e. 10.03.17

Please continue to work on your spelling patterns using them within your homework and in class

Birch Class spelling patterns – Spring term

Spelling Pattern Explanatory Note

Oak Class (Year 3 & 4)

All homework should be completed/submitted by Thursday of the following week

Oak Class Homework – w.e. 10.03.17

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