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Homework 12.9.19

Posted On 14 Sep 2019
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Year 3 

Due in on Tuesday 17th September

Since the start of term, we have been focusing on settling in and learning how things are done in Junior school. Every week you will be given either Maths or English homework. We expect you to spend at least 30 minutes completing each piece of homework. You will be given homework on a Thursday each week, and we expect it to be handed in by the following Tuesday. 

In addition to Maths or English homework, we also expect you to read at home at least 4 times a week and record this in your Home School Book. We have been very impressed with how many of you have done this already. We will collect home school books in every Monday to look at your reading record for the previous week and will be awarding house points for the amount of reading you have completed.  We also expect you to practise your times tables ready for the Cracking Time Tables Test every Monday.

If you ever have any problems completing your homework, please let us know.  Remember, we expect all of you to put as much effort into your homework as you do in your school work. We expect excellent presentation as well as an underlined date and title.

 

Please use a writing pencil for homework, and use a ruler for any underlining.

This week your homework is …

English

Can I complete a SPAG quiz?

Please complete the sheet that has been given to you, and stick it very neatly into your English homework book.

Reminder:

Roald Dahl Day Friday 13th September.

Please donate £1 to wear your pyjamas to school, and bring your favourite Roald Dahl story book to share!

The Year 3 Team

Year 4

Here is the homework for this week.

Maths: In Maths this week we have looked at place value up in  numbers up to 5 digits. There are questions stuck in their books. Due in on Tuesday 17th September.

Spelling

Mrs Pilgrim’s group:

To be learnt for a test next Wednesday 18th September

Spellings – suffix:

guilty/ guiltily

greedy/ greedily

noise / noisily

hungry / hungrily

sensible/ sensibly

terrible / terribly

energetic/ energetically

enthusiastic / enthusiastically

Inform / information

operate / operation

 

Statutory Spellings for Y3/4:

(for a house-point each word)

 address

 Answer

Mrs Wendes’ group:

To be learnt for a test next Wednesday 18th September

Spellings -ly suffix:

happy / happily

angry / angrily

easy / easily

hungry / hungrily

merry / merrily

shy / shyly

dry / dryly

bad / badly

 

Statutory Spellings for Y3/4:

(for a house-point each word)

 address

 Answer

Mrs Pryce’s group:

To be learnt for a test next Wednesday 18th September

Spellings- adding -er-ing-est -ed-y to one syllable words with a short vowel doubling end consonant

skip/skipped/ skipping/ skipper

hop/hopped/hopping

big/bigger/biggest

wet/wetter/wettest/wetting

flop/floppy/flopping

slip/slippy/slipping/slipped

(ten words will be taken from these to test them on their understanding of the rule)

Statutory Spellings for Y3/4: 

(for a house point each word)

 address

 answer

Mrs White’s group:

To be learnt for a test next Wednesday 18th September

Spellings -ly suffix:

has

had

an

as

bed

but

did

from

got

school

Statutory Spellings for Y3/4:

(for a house-point each word)

 address

 answer

Times Tables

Make sure you are also learning your times tables every day. We will be doing Cracking Times Tables on Monday! 

Reading

Reading regularly is essential to help improve all aspects of your learning as well as being an excellent way to relax! You are expected to read at least 4 times/week but aim to read everyday if possible! House points are awarded for reading and recording what you have read. 

We will be collecting Home School Books in on Monday. Please make sure you get an adult to sign your book.

Have a lovely weekend

Mrs Wendes, Mrs Pilgrim, and Mrs Ketley

 

Year 6

English

LC; Can I record information in detail about myself?

This week we would like you to speak to an adult at home to get some details about yourself. Next week you are going to be writing an autobiography so will need to know loads of things! You might like to ask where and when you were born (as in the EXACT time), which hospital you were born in (if you were even born in a hospital?) how much you weighed, where your first house was (if it is different to now), and any other specific details you know so that you can come prepared next week for your lesson. You should remember to present your work beautifully and ensure you do a date and title.

Reading

Remember you must be reading AT LEAST 4 times a week, and recording this in your Home School Book. You must also be writing comments and getting an adult to sign your book to show they have seen what you have entered for your reading. Home School Books will be collected in every Monday morning.

 

Times Tables

Please make sure you are also learning your times tables every day. We will be doing Cracking Times Tables every Wednesday

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