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Homework

w/c 20th June=This week's homework is online again. Challenges have been set on MyMaths and Spelling Shed and TimesTable rockstars, Oxford Owl and Numbots are also available. Please try and spend some time this week having a go at any or all of these tasks.

w/c 13th June=This week's homework will be sent home with the children in their homework books. The task is a telling the time task testing their reading of time and also working out some time durations.

w/c 6th June=This week's homework is online again. Challenges have been set on MyMaths and Spelling Shed and TimesTable rockstars, Oxford Owl and Numbots are also available. Please try and spend some time this week having a go at any or all of these tasks. Also remember that the spelling homework set before the half term is due on Monday and the children also need to bring in their objects for the Pop Up museum. 

Summer Half term=This week the homework is to select and bring in an object the children can use for our Pop Up Museum. Please see the email sent before half term for details or email myself if you have any queries. Ideally the object will be brought into school on Monday 6th June, however if it is a day or so late this should still be okay.

w/c 23rd May=This week's homework is back in the red book. The children have a list of 10 words which are from the Year 2 spelling list. Their challenge is to incorporate all 10 into a short story and then add a picture. The story can be funny but must make sense and the 10 spelling words must be highlighted. This is a task the children have tried in class before!

w/c 16nd May=This week no homework will be set for the children. We have our SATs taking place in school and it is also our DT week on the theme of Jubilee. As a result I feel homework for the children on top of this may be a bit much. Tasks will still be available on all usual sites and reading books will be changed regularly but nothing will be sent home in the red books.

w/c 9th May=This week's homework is online again. Challenges have been set on MyMaths (Telling Time-we will be doing this in class this week so don't worry if your child tries this on Monday night and finds it a bit tricky), Spelling Shed (homophones) and TimesTable rockstars and Numbots are also available. Oxford Owl log ins should also be in the back of reading journals for you to access now too. Please try and spend some time this week having a go at any or all of these tasks. 

w/c 02nd May=This week's homework will be sent home with the children on Tuesday when they return to class. The homework is a chance for the children to practice the fractions skills we have been doing in the last 2 weeks. Encourage children to use the drawings or to do drawings to help them. Remember they will be splitting into equal groups. Online challenges will also be accessible through the usual sites.

w/c 25th April=This week's homework is online again. Challenges have been set on MyMaths (Addition and Subtraction), Spelling Shed (alternate spellings of the 'sh' sound) and TimesTable rockstars and Numbots are also available. Oxford Owl log ins should also be in the back of reading journals for you to access now too. Please try and spend some time this week having a go at any or all of these tasks. 

w/c 18th April=This week's homework will be sent home with the children on Tuesday when they return to class. It will involve reading a short story that has been split into sections. Each section however has the capital letters and punctuation removed so the children will need to re-write the story adding these in. Online challenges will also be accessible through the usual sites.

Easter Holidays=Homework for the holidays is to keep up with your reading. Books are available through Oxford Owl, log ins at the back of journals. Challenges will also come live on SpellingShed, Mymaths and TTrockstars. Apologies for my absence this past week and I look forward to seeing everyone fresh and refreshed after the break.

w/c 28th March=This week's homework is online again. Challenges have been set on MyMaths (Introducing Fractions), Spelling Shed and TimesTable rockstars and Numbots are also available. Oxford Owl log ins should also be in the back of reading journals for you to access now too. Please try and spend some time this week having a go at any or all of these tasks. Please remember to bring in your Maths Work from last week if you have not done so yet.

w/c 21st March=This week's homework is linked to World Maths Day on Wednesday. The children have the choice of 2 tasks this week. One is linked to collecting data and then presenting it as a tally chart, pictogram or block diagram. The second is linked to making 2D shapes and 3D shapes at home. Enjoy!

w/c 14th March=This week's homework is online again. Challenges have been set on MyMaths (2D and 3D shape), Spelling Shed (alternate spellings of the 'j' sound) and TimesTable rockstars and Numbots are also available. Oxford Owl log ins should also be in the back of reading journals for you to access now too. Please try and spend some time this week having a go at any or all of these tasks. Please remember to bring in your Science Week Growth posters if you have not done so already.

w/c 7th March=This week's homework is linked to Science Week. The children have the task of designing a poster for the Science Week competition. The poster must be on the theme of 'Growth' and can be about any sort of scientific idea linked to this theme. Ideas may be the growth of a tadpole into a frog, population growth or the growth of recycling as an important habit, whatever they can think of. Be creative!

w/c 28th February=No homework will be set in the red books this week as it is a shorter week. The children who have not yet shared their reports will do this over this week. Challenges will be available on Mymaths, spelling shed and our other sites as normal.

w/c 14th February=This week's homework is online again. Challenges have been set on MyMaths (Tally Charts), Spelling Shed (alternate spellings of the 'air' sound) and TimesTable rockstars and Numbots are also available. Oxford Owl log ins should also be in the back of reading journals for you to access now too. Please try and spend some time this week having a go at any or all of these tasks. The children will be presenting their book/film review homeworks this week in class too.

w/c 7th February=This week's homework will be sent home with the children in their homework books. The task is a speaking and listening task. It involves writing a short report about their favourite book or film which they will then present in class!

w/c 31st January=This week's homework is online again. Challenges have been set on MyMaths (division), Spelling Shed (Sounds made by the 'ou' digraph) and TimesTable rockstars and Numbots are also available. Oxford Owl log ins should also be in he back of reading journals for you to access now too. Please try and spend some time this week having a go at any or all of these tasks. Also, as last week's homework was a research task I will allow the children to have up to Friday the 4th Feb to hand in the work!

w/c 24th January=This week's homework will be sent home with the children in their homework books. In Geography we are now learning about the natural and man-made geography of the United Kingdom. The children's challenge is to research one country in the UK and present a short fact-file on this country. This can be in any format preferred and can include pictures, writing and maps.

w/c 17th January=This week's homework is online again. Challenges have been set on MyMaths (multiplication), Spelling Shed (alternate ‘o’ and ‘u’ digraphs) and TimesTable rockstars and Numbots are also available. Oxford Owl log ins should also be in he back of reading journals for you to access now too. Please try and spend some time this week having a go at any or all of these tasks. 

w/c 10th January=This week's homework will be sent home with the children in their homework books. In Numeracy either side of Christmas we have been applying our place value, addition and subtraction skills in the context of money. Children have been learning which coins and notes we have and how to find totals or change. This week's homework focuses on finding totals using correct coins. Please draw the coins and encouarge your child to count in 10s and 1s to support their working out.

Christmas Holidays=Homework for the holidays is to try out your bird feeders. Use the recipe sent home to make your bird food, then send in any pictures you can take of birds feeding in your garden. We will evaluate how well they worked after the holidays.

w/c 13th December=No homework set this week as it is our final week of term. Challenges will still be accessible on our online sites if desired however, e.g. MyMaths etc.

w/c 6th December=This week's homework is online again. Challenges have been set on MyMaths (using money), Spelling Shed ('c' making 's' sound) and TimesTable rockstars and Numbots are also available. Oxford Owl log ins should also be in he back of reading journals for you to access now too. Please try and spend some time this week having a go at any or all of these tasks. 

w/c 29th November=This week's homework will be sent home with the children in their homework books. In Literacy we have been practicing using the conjunctions 'and', 'but' and 'or' to extend or join sentences. For example; Owls are nocturnal but often sleep in the day. This week's homework gives the children a chance to practice this. Saying your sentences aloud helps with this skill too.

w/c 22nd November=This week's homework is online again. Challenges have been set on MyMaths (starting subtraction which will be a focus in class this week), Spelling Shed (split digraphs) and TimesTable rockstars and Numbots are also available. There will also be a Gunpowder Plot challenge coming live midweek on Purple Mash. Please try and spend some time this week having a go at any or all of these tasks. 

w/c 15th November=This week's homework will be sent home with the children in their homework books. We have been working on addition in class and the children have been using pictures to help them add pairs of 2 digit numbers. This is trickiest when the units (or ones) in the numbers add up to more than 10 so that the children need to regroup 10 ones to make a 10 so as to find the answer. For example 18+13. 8+3=11, 10+10=20. So the answer is 20+11, however if you move the ten (from the 11) across (regrouping) this now becomes 30+1, which is easier to solve. Encourage your children to use pictures to show their working.

w/c 8th November=This week's homework is online again. Challenges have been set on MyMaths (addition/subtraction based), Spelling Shed (aw, wh and ph digraphs) and TimesTable rockstars and Numbots are also available. Please try and spend some time this week having a go at any or all of these tasks. 

w/c 1st November=This week's homework will be sent home with the children in their homework books. The challenge this week links our Science unit. We will be finding out about the importance of diet, exercise and hygiene over the next 3 weeks. The children have been set a creative task that ties in with this.

w/c 18th October=This week's homework is online again. Challenges have been set on MyMaths (such as number bonds/addition), spelling shed (such as 'u' sound spelt 'oo') and TimesTable rockstars and Numbots are also available. Please try and spend some time this week having a go at any or all of these tasks. 

w/c 11th October=This week's homework will be sent home with the children in their homework books. The challenge this week links to our Literacy and Spelling work. In class we have been looking at adding the suffix 'ed' to verbs to make them past tense, e.g. walk---walked, then using these to write a diary entry. The homework practices these skills.

w/c 4th October=This week's homework is online again. Challenges have been set on MyMaths (x2 and x10 tables), spelling shed (alternate spellings of 'ur' sound and tricky words) and on TimesTable rockstars and Numbots are also available. Please try and spend some time this week having a go at any or all of these tasks. 

w/c 27th September=This week's homework will be sent home with the children in their homework books. The challenge this week links to our place value work in Numeracy. We are looking at representing 2 digit numbers in different ways; as a number, in tens and ones, as an addition and in picture form. (31, 3 tens and 1 one, 30+1=31) The task is to use the information given to fill in the missing gaps. 

w/c 20th September=This week's homework is online again. Challenges have been set on MyMaths (place value), spelling shed (or sound) and on Purple Mash (name the oceans). Please try and spend some time this week having a go at any or all of these tasks. Numbots and TimesTable Rockstars are also available. 

We will complete adding passwords to reading journals this week if there are any gaps. Please make sure your child has their reading journal/book/bookbag in everyday. Thank you for all the homework from last week about famous events from your dates of birth. The next red book challenge will be set next week.

w/c 13th September=This week's homework will be sent home with the children in their homework books. Homework will be set in these books every other week, and will be due in by the following Monday (so by the 20th September for this one). The homework this week links to our Literacy text. The main character is called Rocket as she was born on the day a famous rocket took off. Can you find out about any famous events that took place across history on your date of birth? See homework book for useful websites to help.

w/c 6th September=This week's homework is a launch or re-launch of some of the online systems that the children will have been using over the past 2 years. On Monday the children will received their log-in details again for Edshed (Spelling Shed), NumBots and Purple Mash.They will also receive a log in for TimesTable Rockstars and later in the week for MyMaths. These are 2 maths programs that can support the children at home. Challenges will be set on each program to allow the children some time to familiarise themselves with them again or to try the new ones out. All challenges don't need to all be done by the end of the week, the aim is more to try and find a bit of time to have go on the programs. Any issues just let me know. Next week the children will receive a Homework book which they will be able to bring home along with a piece of homework to be done at home.

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