Reading - We expect the children to read three times a week. They can record this in their school planners, on the yellow pages. We ask parents to sign this weekly. Planners are only checked on Tuesdays by class staff.
Spellings - Children are given spellings to learn every Tuesday, these are stuck into the blue pages in their school planner. On the following Tuesday the children will be tested on these spellings on the pink pages in their school planner. The children should be practising their spellings throughout the week using, 'Look, cover, write and check.'
Logbook tasks - One logbook task is set every term.
English and Maths - One piece of either English or Maths homework will be sent home on alternate weeks.
Our spellings this week are linked to our new topics; Anicent Egyptians and Magnets.
A selection of Mathletics tasks have been set linked to what the children have been learning in Maths.
Please help them to use their login, in their planners, to complete the activity by Monday 26th.
The Mathletics link is at the bottom of this page.
Over the next few weeks we would like you to create a pyramid. After half term our topic is Ancient Egyptians. We would like you to use any material that you wish to choose. For example you could use: paper, cardboard, lego, sugar cubes, boxes, stones etc.
Whole School Spring Logbook homework
Set: Tuesday 6th February
Due: Monday 26th February
On Tuesday 6th February, the whole school took part in Safer Internet Day. We would like you to create a project to help educate children about e-safety. This can be in presented in any form. Some examples might be: a leaflet, a poster, a PowerPoint, a drama script, a short film, a song or use your creativity to show your understanding in a different format.
Use the things you learnt on e-safety day. Also you might find the following websites useful to find out more:
Some of your projects will be displayed around the school.
Have fun and get creative!
We can really see how much time and effort the children (and parents) put into our logbook task. The children were able to talk in detail about their homework, which was lovely to see! Take a look below at some of the fabulous entries we recieved.