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Key Stage 2 homework is uploaded to this page weekly on a Thursday. It is due in the following Tuesday unless the Class Teacher has given another date. Remember also, to practise your times tables and spellings and to read at home regularly. 

Year 3 - Violet & Primrose Classes

This week the homework for Year 3 is on Mathletics. There are 6 tasks for the children to complete which have been covered recently in our Maths lessons . In addition to this, we would like children to read as much as possible at home over half term and to practise their quick recall using TT Rockstars. We hope you have a relaxing half term. 

 

Thank you.

Miss Hibbins, Mrs Spicer & Mrs Mardlin

Year 4 - Foxglove & Snowdrop Classes

This week's homework is for the children to practise their story writing skills. We would like the children to use the treasure map attached, to compose an adventure story with a clear beginning, middle and end. 

 

It is a fantastic opportunity for them to show off their impressive vocabulary, use of grammar and  imaginations! We look forward to reading them after the half-term holiday.

 

Spellings will focus on the next set of statutory words.

 

Have a lovely break.

 

Mrs Neal, Mrs Davies, Mrs Webb and Mrs Cook

 

Year 5 - Poppy Class

Over half term, the homework is all Mathletics. The children have either been re-assigned some activities to try again, or they have been given challenge to complete. There are some children who also have previous weeks’ homework to catch up on.

 

Children: remember to get some rest and have some fun. I hope you all have a lovely half term week – you have worked hard and you deserve it!

 

Mrs Kelly

Year 6 - Daisy Class

Every week, you will receive both English homework and maths homework. English homework will consist of a range of tasks, from comprehension activities to grammar and writing tasks, that will build upon the skills covered in class. Maths homework will continue to be set on Mathletics, and will ask you to apply your knowledge, again, over a variety of exercises. 

 

In addition to this, please ensure that you are reading regularly, as well as practising your times tables on Times Tables Rockstars - even five minutes a day can have a big impact with fluency and recall.

 

Thank you.

Mr Harris

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