Homework

26 January 2018

Posted on Friday 26 January 2018 by Mr Mills

Focus: Talk Time

This week, our Living and Learning statement is ‘I am aware of risks’.

Talk with your child about risks.

You might want to talk about:

  • risks at home, at school and in lots of other places – can your child consider risks in different situations?
  • weighing up risks – some risks (like putting your hand up to answer a question) is a safe risk as the worst that can happen is you might get the answer wrong; other risks are more dangerous – can you think of some more examples of safe and unsafe risks?
  • risks to physical health (such as smoking), risks to mental health (such as stress) – can your child think about other examples?
  • what are the risks when going online or using social media?
  • …..or anything else that comes up.

19 January 2018

Posted on Sunday 21 January 2018 by Miss Beatson

Creative Homework

Choose two animals from the following groups and explain/draw/make the life cycles of these animals:
  • mammal
  • amphibian
  • insect
  • bird

How are they the same? How are they different?

What is a life cycle?

19 January 2018

Posted on Friday 19 January 2018 by Mr Roundtree

This week’s homework is a practice makes perfect. It’s due on Thursday 25 October.

Year 1

This week, we’ve been practising sorting out muddled up simple sentences. For example:

  • sing. like I to → I like to sing.

Year 1 children have mixed up sentences to sort and rewrite correctly. Don’t forget the capital letter and full stops!

Year 2

Year 2s are expected to know how to use an apostrophe to show letters are missing (contractions). For example:

  • can not → can’t
  • did not → didn’t

Year 2 have words to turn into contractions and then they need to write sentences using these contractions. Don’t forget the apostrophe (and, of course, the capital letter and full stops)!

19 January 2018

Posted on Friday 19 January 2018 by Mr Mills

Focus: Practice makes perfect

We’ve been learning how to represent and interpret different sets of data this week.

Your child has a worksheet glued into their homework book to complete.

More information on graphs and charts can be found here.

12 January 2018

Posted on Friday 12 January 2018 by Miss Beatson

This week the homework is ‘practice makes perfect’.

There is a reading task in your homework books.

12 January 2018

Posted on Friday 12 January 2018 by Mr Mills

Focus: Creative

This week we’ve been using conjunctions in reports.

Task: Write a short report about the dragon below. Each sentence must contain a conjunction.

More information on conjunctions and supporting activities can be found here.

12 January 2018

Posted on Friday 12 January 2018 by Mr Roundtree

This week’s homework is creative. It’s due in on Thursday 18 January.

I can find different materials around the house.

Remember, all objects are made of a type of material (wood, glass, pottery, metal). You can show the materials you have found in whichever way you wish: writing a list with pictures, taking photographs and labelling them, drawing a poster or writing a description of what you have found.

For more information and games on materials, have a look at BBC Bitesize.

05 January 2018

Posted on Monday 08 January 2018 by Miss Beatson

Practice makes perfect homework: Multiplying and dividing by 10, 100 and 1000.

Useful links to support:

05 January 2018

Posted on Saturday 06 January 2018 by Mr Roundtree

This week’s homework is practice makes perfect. 

Year 1 need to complete the maths sheet on counting to 20 and reading and writing numbers to 20. Have a look at the game Blast Off to practise recognising numbers 11-20.

Year 2 need to complete the maths sheet on groups on repeating addition and multiplication. Have a look at the game Camel Times Tables to practise repeated addition as multiplication.

Homework is due on Thursday 11 January.

05 January 2018

Posted on Friday 05 January 2018 by Mr Mills

This week’s homework is practice makes perfect.

Complete the maths sheets on angles and subtraction.

Here are some reminders on different types angles.

Homework is due on Thursday 11 January.