YR Week Ending 17.2.17

We’ve had a lovely last week of half-term continuing our work on The Tiger Who Came to Tea!  We have had a go at writing sentences, including adjectives, and retelling the story and have completed lots of different Maths based activities. After the break, we will be focusing on The …

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Holiday homework information and swimming update

Talk for writing frame The Emperor’s New Clothes Homework http://www.bbc.co.uk/learning/schoolradio/subjects/english/hans_christian_andersen/tales/emperors_new_clothes Dear Parents The children have all been given a copy of their homework and the accompanying story, however, in case it gets lost, we have put a copy for you here. Above, there is also a link to the version …

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Year 4 Homework 13.02.2017

Please find below this week’s homework: Literacy: Bug club – read at least 2 books of your choice Continue to read 3 times a week and record in reading diary Maths: Maths passport target.   Miss Acris and Mr Williams

Year 1 homework – 15th February

Over the half term we would like your child to practise their spellings (see red books or Spell Anywhere) and read as normal. We have sent a book home today (Wednesday 15th) with your child and have also allocated brand new books on Bug Club. We will also be handing …

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Year 5 Homework 13th February

Spellings – Learn the new words set for a test on Monday 27th February. Literacy – Write a short story about anything you wish!  Aim to write about two sides of A4.  You could hand write or word process your story and we look forward to hearing them in class.  …

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Homework 13.02.17

We hope you’ve all had a good weekend and you’re rested and ready for the final week ahead of this half term . Monday – Spellings. Please learn the words for 27/2/17. As always they can be found on Spellanywhere. Also revise all of your times tables for a mixed …

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Reception Week Ending 10.2.17

We have had a lovely week, learning all about ‘The Tiger Who Came to Tea’.  The children have written shopping lists for Sophie’s mummy, a letter to the Tiger inviting him back for more tea and have also decorated cakes to look like a Tiger! We will be continuing with …

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