27 April 2018
This week our homework is practice makes perfect and involves practising long and short division. Here are some links to support you at home:
20 April 2018
This week’s homework is a talk time homework and is due on Thursday 26 April.
This half term, our Christian value is Peace. In school, we have looked at the definitions of peace and how we can use peace to impact our own lives and our school life. With an adult or your family, discuss the following question.
If you were Prime Minister, what would you do to promote peace in your country and the world?
23 March 2018
Focus: Talk Time
I can say how Easter is celebrated around the world.
Please make notes in your homework book.
16 March 2018
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.
09 March 2018
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!
Use the protractor to draw angles of the following degrees.
02 March 2018
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.
• 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
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.
02 February 2018
‘I can stay safe online.’
Links to support your homework:
Here are some ideas for how you could present your homework:
- Create a poster
- Write a story
- Make a model
- Make a video
26 January 2018
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
How are they the same? How are they different?