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Homework details for week commencing 14th October 2019

Please note that your child is expected to complete all of the homework for their year group, and not choose from the lists below.

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Year 3  
Reading Read at least 5 times before next Monday.   Each time you read, find an example of a future tense verb phrase e.g. will do, could walk.
Maths Log on to My Maths and complete the two activities on addition and subtraction set by your teacher.

Talk Homework

How can you make sure everyone is respected and listened to?  

Spellings Learn your new spellings for this week. These will be tested and set on Wednesday.
Times Tables Log on to Times Tables Rock Stars and practise your times tables in Garage mode 
   
Year 4  
Reading

Read at least 5 times before next Monday. Look for examples of when a and an have been used. Can you spot a rule?

Talk Homework

How can you make sure everyone is respected and listened to? 

Spellings

Learn your new spellings for the following week. These will be set towards the end of the week.

Times Tables Continue to practise your times tables. Your teacher will set you the appropriate timestables on Timestable Rockstars. 
Maths Log on to mymaths.co.uk and complete the activity set by your class teacher. Your login and password should be in your homework diary. 
Year 5  
Reading Read at least 5 times before next Monday. Each time you read find an example of a fronted adverbial. Write an example in your diary.  
Talk Homework

How do you think ‘seek first to understand and then to be understood’ will help create a positive friendship?    

Spellings

Learn your new spellings for the following week. These will be set at the end of the week.

Maths
 

Log on to My Maths and complete the activities set. 

Times Tables

Practise your times tables on Times Tables Rockstars.

   
Year 6  
Reading Write a comment about what you have read e.g. ‘I was surprised when Harry was angry at Hagrid as they are usually good friends,’ and make sure your diary is signed by an adult.
Talk Homework

Be Proactive

How are you going to be proactive and make positive choices in your new year group?

Maths

In your blue books, complete questions.

Use the school website and MyMaths for revision materials.
TimesTables Practice your timestables using Timestables Rockstars. Make sure your diary is signed by an adult.
Spellings

Practice your spellings in preparation for the Thursday test. Make sure your diary is signed by an adult.

 

changeable, noticeable, forcible, legible, breakable, available, renewable,

dependable, responsible, visible

Notes

PE lessons are Tuesdays and Fridays. You may come to school in your PE kit on a Friday.

Class Talks-Monday 14th Oct

Dragons’ Den-Thursday 17th Oct

Parent Homework Survey - please see below