Homework

23 March 2018

Posted on Friday 23 March 2018 by Mr Roundtree

This week’s homework is creative. It’s due in on Thursday 29 March.

I can show what I know about life cycles.

This week, our topic work has been looking at the life cycles of animals in particular frogs. Children can choose a new animal, or use a frog, and display their life cycle. This can be done in any creative way:

  • A story
  • A poem
  • Instructions
  • A comic strip
  • An advert
  • An interview
  • A game
  • Scenarios

…or any other creative ideas!

23 March 2018

Posted on Friday 23 March 2018 by Miss Beatson

Focus: Talk Time

I can say how Easter is celebrated around the world.

Please make notes in your homework book.

16 March 2018

Posted on Sunday 18 March 2018 by Miss Beatson

This week the homework is Practice makes perfect and involves revising spelling and grammar learning. Please collect a sheet from Miss Beatson.

Here are some links to support you with your homework.

16 March 2018

Posted on Friday 16 March 2018 by Mr Mills

Focus: Creative- with a bit of practice

During our work on playscripts, we have looking a lot at verbs: what they are; how to recognise them; how they change when used in different tenses and the spelling rules we need to use to do so.

Your task is to make a poster, leaflet or other form of presentation to show off everything you know about verbs.

Remember to include definitions, examples, tenses, first and third person and anything else you think is important.

A link to more information on verbs can be found here.

16 March 2018

Posted on Friday 16 March 2018 by Mr Roundtree

This week’s homework is a Practice makes Perfect and is due on Thursday 22 March.

This practice makes perfect is maths-based and practises all of our skills we have learned so far this year.

Have a look at Hit the Button to practise maths fluency skills.

09 March 2018

Posted on Friday 09 March 2018 by Miss Beatson

This week the homework is ‘Practice Makes Perfect’.

We have been learning about angles and practising to use a protractor to measure angles. Keep practising at home!

Tips on how to use a protractor.

Use the protractor to draw angles of the following degrees.

  • 45°
  • 120°
  • 20°

09 March 2018

Posted on Friday 09 March 2018 by Mr Roundtree

This week’s homework is a practice makes perfect and is due on Thursday 15 March.

For the past two weeks, Year 1 and 2 have been learning about fractions:

  • Year 1 have learned about 1/2  and 1/4.
  • Year 2 have learned about 1/4, 1/3, 1/2 and 3/4.

These are the definitions we have used for our fractions to help the children understand them. This works for both numbers and shapes.

  • 1/2 – one equal part of two
  • 1/4 – one equal part of four
  • 1/3 – one equal part of three
  • 3/4  – three equal parts of four

Have a look in the homework books for your child’s practice makes perfect homework based on our fractions learning this past fortnight.

09 March 2018

Posted on Friday 09 March 2018 by Mr Mills

Focus: Practice make perfect

In Maths this week, we’ve been learning about symmetry and how to draw lines of symmetry on to 2D shapes.

Your child has a sheet of questions in their book to answer. They may make jottings on other pages if this helps them.

A link to more information on symmetry can be found here.

02 March 2018

Posted on Friday 02 March 2018 by Mr Mills

Focus: Creative

Today, Friday 02 March, was the Great Big School Clean. So, for homework we’d like you to promote the Keep Britain Tidy campaign in an effort to reduce litter, end unnecessary waste and improve public spaces.

You could:
• Make a poster;
• Write a song;
• Storyboard an advert;
• Create a leaflet;
• Or anything else creative that comes to mind.

More information on the Great Big School Clean can be found here.

Enjoy your home learning and get creative.

23 February 2018

Posted on Friday 23 February 2018 by Mr Mills

Focus: Talk time

As part of our social, moral, spiritual, cultural and health education, we would like to explore the moral issues surrounding animals in captivity.

You may want to discuss the following questions:

  • Wild and free or safe and caged?
  • Should animals be used for entertainment?
  • Are zoos a good idea? What are their good and bad points?
  • …or any other moral issues surrounding animals.