14 September 2018
This week the whole school has the same Practice Makes Perfect homework which should be completed by Thursday 20 September.
I know some Where in the World facts.
This homework, which links to our current mini-topic (Where in the World), is a chance for children to show off their geographical knowledge. Children should learn and remember (one of our 8Rs for learning) some facts about the world that they find interesting. There are many things children could learn about:
- the seven continents
- capital cities
- names of the oceans
- the countries of the UK, Europe or the world
- the population of some countries
- interesting facts about a place they find interesting or have been
- how to say a common word or phrase in several languages (for example, hello!)
- and, of course, there are many more facts children could find out and learn
This homework should be evidenced in homework books with children ready (another of our 8Rs for learning) to show off their new-found geographical knowledge as part of our weekly homework review next week.
07 September 2018
The homework this week is creative and due in Thursday 13 September.
I can show where in the world my food has come from.
- take photographs of food labels in your house?
- make a map to show where foods come from?
- make a poster?
- make up some maths stories/ problems to show how far food has travelled?
It’s up to you!
29 June 2018
ALL: Learn your lines for the production.
Year 5: Practice makes Perfect- finding percentages of an amount.
Year 6: Write a reflection of your time at St James’ School. It can be in the form of a poem, diary entry or just a memory. Think about some funny moments; happy moments and your favourite moments.
22 June 2018
Focus: Talk time
‘Are footballers good role-models and are they honest?’
World cup fever has gripped the nation. So for homework discuss this question with your family. You may wish to record some of the responses in your book.
Be ready to have a class discussion and give your opinion next week.
15 June 2018
This week the home-work task is to learn your lines for the end of term production, including the songs.
08 June 2018
This week’s homework is creative and is due on Thursday 14 June.
This half term, our topic is Honesty. We have talked about the importance of honesty and what honesty means: always telling the truth.
This week’s homework is to show what honesty is. It could be a picture, a drawing, an acrostic poem, a model or even a story showing someone being honest or dishonest.
17 May 2018
Living and Learning: To use calming down strategies.
To go with our current Christian Value of peace, we’ve been considering ways to calm down. Think back to our lesson last week about ways to calm down e.g counting, breathing.
Your task is to create a page all about ways to calm down. You may choose one strategy or lots of them. They can be strategies that we’ve discussed in class or something that you like to do yourself.
11 May 2018
Year 6: Revision for the tests next week
Year 5: Creative Homework
‘I can show how to calculate fractions.’
Over the past two weeks, we’ve been re-visiting adding, subtracting and multiplying fractions. Show in a creative way, how we do this.
You could: make a poster; make a PowerPoint; write maths stories; make a rap or something else.
04 May 2018
This week’s homework is ‘Practice makes Perfect.’
Y6: arithmetic and reading comprehension
Year 6 Revision
Year 6, please use this PowerPoint to revise colons (:) and semi-colons (;) this week.