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Website-New Home Learning Page & sharing information

 

A new area has been created on the school website as easier access for parents/pupils to access all future home learning information.  
Click on this link: 
https://www.stphilipevansprm.cardiff.sch.uk/year-3-5/

 

or go to:

MENU > Homework > Homework: Distance learning > Year 3

 

WEEK 3 TASKS WILL BE LIVE ON THIS NEW AREA AT 11am ON MONDAY 20th APRIL.

Easter Holidays

 

Miss Spiller and I would just like to take this opportunity to say how proud we are of all the work you have handed in to us this week and last week! We can see how hard you are working from home! Well done! 

 

Next week is the Easter Holidays and it is the most important week in our Church's liturgical year. Since we are unable to take part in our usual Holy Week assemblies and attend services and Mass as we usually would, we have provided you with some suggested Holy Week activities for your Home Learning over the Easter Holidays. These activities will be available to you on Monday morning on our google classroom and they are also available as documents under the Easter Resources heading below. You can choose what activities you want to complete. You do not have to complete them all.

 

The next 2 weeks will also give you an opportunity to catch up on any work you may not have had the chance to finish from week 1 and week 2 of our distance learning. We will be keeping an eye on google classroom throughout the break, but please make sure you all have a break too.

 

Please remember you can still access Mathletics, Spellodrome, Active learn, Espresso and Giglets over the next two weeks too.

 

We hope you have a safe and happy break! Spend time with your families, read books, stay active, have fun and remember to rest.

 

We wish you and your families a safe, calm and relaxing Easter! Pasg Hapus! Happy Easter!

 

Miss Tsakiris and Miss Spiller :) 

Distance Learning Week 2 - WB 30.03.20

 

We have attached a word document below which contains a timetable of all of your distance learning tasks for WB 30.03.20. Each week you will have 5 maths, 5 literacy, 2 context, 1 Science and 2 RE tasks to complete. The majority of these tasks will be completed using

one of our online platforms. However, some tasks may be completed in learning logs. The timetable clearly states where you should complete each task. 

 

We have also uploaded word documents below (under resources) of the tasks in case you are not able to access any of our online platforms.

 

If you are directed to complete a task on HWB/Google classrooms, please follow these directions:

 

  • Sign in to HWB/Google Classroom using your login and password
  • Click on Google for Education
  • It may ask you to sign back in again
  • When you are on the Year 3 page, click on the tab that is called ‘Classwork’
  • You will see a heading that is called ‘Distance Learning Week…’
  • Click on the heading and you will see the assignments that have been posted
  • Click on the assignment you need and complete it
  • Once you have completed the assignment, you need to press ‘Turn it in’
  • Then you need press ‘Hand in’ 

     
  • Note, if you click on an assignment and there is more than one task to complete, please do not hand it in until you have completed ALL of the tasks. The file will automatically save and you can come back to it at a later date.

 

 

Thank you for your continued support during this time. Stay safe, stay healthy and remember to keep your mind and body as active as you can!

Distance Learning Week 2 Timetable - WB 30.03.20

 

Distance Learning 22.03.20

 

We have attached a word document below which contains a timetable of all of your distance learning tasks for WB 22.03.20. Each week you will have 5 maths, 5 literacy, 2 context, 1 Science and 2 RE tasks to complete. The majority of these tasks will be completed using one of our online platforms. However, some tasks may be completed in learning logs. The timetable clearly states where you should complete each task. 

We have also uploaded word documents of the tasks in case you are not able to access any of our online platforms

 

If you are directed to complete a task on HWB, please follow these directions:

 

  • Sign in to HWB/Google Classroom using your login and password
  • Click on Google for Education
  • It may ask you to sign back in again
  • Then you will probably have to verify your account. Look at the email address and make sure it is your account. If it is, press verify.
  • (Some of you may need accept the invitation to join the Year 3 classroom)
  • When you are on the Year 3 page, click on the tab that is called ‘Classwork’
  • You will see a heading that is called ‘Distance Learning Week…’
  • Click on the heading and you will see the assignments that have been posted
  • Click on the assignment you need and complete it
  • Once you have completed the assignment, you need to press ‘Turn it in’
  • Then you need press ‘Hand in’

     
  • Note, if you click on an assignment and there is more than one task to complete, please do not hand it in until you have completed ALL of the tasks. The file will automatically save and you can come back to it at a later date.

 

 

Thank you for your continued support during this time. Stay safe, stay healthy and remember to keep your mind and body as active as you can!

DIstance Learning Timetable 22.03.20

Self Isolating Pupils - Home Learning Tasks

 

The following tasks have been set:

 

Mathletics - (Capacity x1 lesson, timestables x1 and Reasoning x 2 lessons)

Giglets - (2 books and reading tests have been set)

Spellodrome -  (accessed through mathletics log in)

Espresso - India  information page and videos, use this to create your own Fact File.

P.E. - There are lots of Joe Wicks 5 minute movement workouts on youtube very similar to the fitness circuits done in P.E lessons e.g.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d3LPrhI0v-w

 

Music (Mrs Roberts) - Become a Musical Explorer. 

https://www.classicsforkids.com

Click on Music
Choose Hear the Music from the menu. Choose a piece of music and listen to it.

https://www.classicsforkids.com/documents/K-3/Listen_to_Music.pdf

 

https://musiclab.chromeexperiments.com

What is Chrome Music Lab?

Chrome Music Lab is a website that makes learning music more accessible through fun, hands-on experiments.

You can experiment every day with different musical activities.

Take a look and good luck! 

 

 

Login info for Giglets:

school code - stphilipcps

user - first 4 letters of FIRST and SURNAME (no caps) - e.g davibeck (if David Beckham)

password - spe123 or SPE123

 - note  - You must VISIT LIBRARY and find & read the book before completing the reading test Qs section

 

Log in info for Espresso:

Log in: Student6486

Password: evans6

Friday 13th March  

Homework is due on Wednesday 18th March 

 

This week we would like you to think about our new pair of virtues 'Faith-filled and Hopeful'.

You can either:

  • Write a prayer 
  • Create a poster about being Faith-filled and Hopeful 
  • Make a promise 

 

 

Mathletics: Money 

 

Can all children please familiarise themselves with the Act of Sorrow.  It is below, your child needs to know this for Reconciliation.

 

O my God because you are so good,

I am very sorry that I have sinned against you

And by the help of your grace,

I will not sin again,

Amen

 

 

 

Friday 6th March  

Homework is due on Wednesday 11th March 

 

This week we would like you to find out about The Global Goals. The Global Goals link to the rights you have as children and our Science Week project called 'Beat the Flood!'.

You can either:

  • Choose one of the goals to focus on and explain why that goal is important and how we can help meet the goal
  • Look at the Global Goals in general and say why they are important 
  • Make a leaflet about Sustainable Development 
  • Think about the 3 elements that we need to focus on to make sure we have a sustainable world: 1) Social progress     2)Economic development     3)  Climate and Environment.

 

Here is a link to a video that you have already watched in class but you may want to watch it again for some ideas:

https://vimeo.com/144354623

 

Homework can be presented Learning Logs or on Hwb. 

 

 

Mathletics: Reasoning Questions 

 

 

 

Spelling test will take place on Monday 9th March. Please continue to learn the spellings below. 

Use your spelling words in sentences in your Learning Logs as extra revision. 

Watermelons

 

Mangoes 

 

Pineapples 

 

promise 

purpose

quarter 

question 

recent 

regular 

remember 

sentence

separate 

special 

 

 

 

 

whale

wheat

wheel

while

what 

whisper

whistle

white

who 

when 

went 

chop

chat

chip

such

much

cheese

chase

charm 

cheek

chick

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Friday 28th February 

Homework is due on Wednesday 4th March 

 

Next week is Fairtrade Week and the focus this year is on Cocoa. Your homework is to find out about chocolate.

Our Big Question is 'Why does chocolate need to be Fairtrade?'

 

 

We would like you to find out about this topic and display your findings using Hwb, Google Slides or Powerpoint. 

 

Mathletics: there is a Mathletics competition happening next week. Please go on Mathletics as much as you can over the weekend and next week. 

 

Spelling 

Watermelons

 

Mangoes 

 

Pineapples 

 

promise 

purpose

quarter 

question 

recent 

regular 

remember 

sentence

separate 

special 

 

 

 

 

whale

wheat

wheel

while

what 

whisper

whistle

white

who 

when 

went 

chop

chat

chip

such

much

cheese

chase

charm 

cheek

chick

 

 

 

Friday 14th February 

Homework -Eisteddfod 2020

 

There will be various home/school competitions for your children to enter as part of our St. David’s Day celebrations this year. Please could you ensure that all competition entries are brought into school to be judged by Monday 24th February 2020.

 

Children are welcome to enter as many competitions as they wish, and winning entries will be announced during our Eisteddfod celebrations on Friday 28th February (Key Stage 2).

 

The children are able to choose which competition/s to enter. They are welcome to enter all competitions open to them. There will be house points awarded for every competition entry. The winning entries will receive house points, certificates and a special welsh prize.

 

The competitions are as follows:

Whole School Competitions:

 

Welsh Learner of the Year-The children are encouraged to use what they have been learning in school to showcase their knowledge and understanding of the Welsh language. They may choose to write some phrases or sentences, a letter, conversation or celebrity profile in Welsh. The children must also write a paragraph in English explaining why they think they should be ‘Welsh Learner of the Year’. There is a very useful online dictionary on the website bbclearnwelsh which will be helpful when the children are writing in Welsh.

 

3D Modelling Competition – Children are encouraged to make a 3D model of something which represents Wales for them. Children may use whichever means of media they wish and the topic is broad to encourage creativity.

 

Cookery Competition - Children are encouraged to cook something which is a traditional Welsh recipe or depicts Wales to them.

 

Young Performer Competition- As part of our Eisteddfod this year we are also encouraging the children to showcase their talents. Auditions will take place in class on Thursday 21st February. Two children will then be chosen to represent their class during our Eisteddfod celebration. The children may like to prepare a song or dance, recite a poem or play a musical instrument.

The children are also encouraged to wear traditional welsh costume or a full welsh sporting kit such as rugby or football.

 

The following Key Stage 2 additional competitions have been decided upon through pupil voice sessions:

Key Stage 2 Competitions:

The Advantages of Learning Welsh – Children to present the advantages of learning Welsh, using Google slides or Google sites. Please consider the following questions: Why is learning Welsh important? Why is learning Welsh a lifelong skill? What are the benefits of learning Welsh?

If children decide to use the tools available on Hwb it is then their responsibility to download the file and save it into the Eisteddfod entry folder in their pupil folders on Monday 24th February. If any support is needed to do this, please see class teachers. Alternatively, competition entries completed on the computer be burnt onto a disc and handed to class teachers

 

A Welsh Song  - To write and perform a song highlighting the advantages of learning Welsh. The song could include Welsh words and phrases. Auditions will take place at lunchtime on Tuesday 25th February in the Year 6 classroom.

Please ensure that all entries are solely completed by the children themselves. We look forward to seeing the fantastic contributions which will play a vital part in celebrating the heritage and culture of Wales during our Eisteddfod.

 

Mathletics tasks and Giglets will be set for all pupils.

 

Friday 7th February 

Homework is due on Wednesday 12th February 

Homework - Safer Internet Day 2020
 
To celebrate Safer Internet Day on Tuesday 11th February, create one of the following:
 
1 - design a poster based on the theme : Together for a better Internet
 
2 - create your own emoji/avatar which could represent you online 
 
3 - create a short video (e.g iMovie) explaining how we can work together to help build a better/safer internet
 
electronic work can be emailed to homework@stphilipevansprm.cardiff.sch.uk 
 
Some useful websites:
https://www.childnet.com/young-people 
Hwb login - online safety resources
https://www.saferinternet.org.uk/advice-centre/young-people 

 

 

Mathletics: times tables 

 

 

Watermelons

 

Mangoes 

 

Pineapples 

 

screwdriver

blackboard

forgetful

playground 

information 

knowledge

paintbrush

elephant 

important 

panther

 

 

 

 

careful

boastful

handful 

painful 

powerful 

 

bravely 

sadly

weekly

suddenly

lonely

 

 

below

blow

flow

glow

grow

show 

slow

snow

throw

yellow

 

 

 

 

 

Friday 31st January 

Homework is due on Wednesday 5th February 

 

This week we would like you think about how you can be Compassionate and Loving.  

 

We would like you to either:

  • Write a prayer about being Compassionate and Loving 
  • Write about someone you know who is Compassionate and Loving 
  • Create a poem about being Compassionate and Loving 

 

Homework can be completed on HWB or in your learning logs. 

 

Mathletics: fractions 

 

 

Watermelons

 

Mangoes 

 

Pineapples 

 

bouncing 

calculating 

celebrating 

competing 

composing 

damaging 

dancing

deciding 

decreasing 

exploring 

 

 

 

 

chatted 

chopped

clapped

dragged 

dripped

dropped

fitted

grabbed

hopped

hugged

 

joint 

point

spoil 

foil

coil

 

toy

joy

annoy

boy

enjoy

 

 

 

 

 

 

Friday 24th January 

Homework is due on Wednesday 29th January 

 

This week we would like you to research India. 
You can create a poster, fact file, information leaflet or google slides on HWB.  

 

Mathletics: data handling 

 

 

Watermelons

 

Mangoes 

 

Pineapples 

 

disable 

disagree

disarm 

disclose

discover 

disease 

disgrace 

dislike 

disobey 

disorder 

 

 

 

benches 

lunches

beaches

peaches

gases

buses

brushes 

bushes

crashes

wishes 

than 

that 

the

them 

then 

there

thin 

thing 

think 

this 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Friday 17th January 

Homework is due on Wednesday 22nd January 

 

Please remember if you are in 3T to learn your lines for your class assembly next Thursday. 

 

This week we have started our new Context topic 'Brilliant Builders'. We would like you to create a poster about the dangers of entering a building site. For example, climbing scaffolding, debris falling etc. 

 

 

Mathletics: weight 

 

 

Watermelons

 

Mangoes 

 

Pineapples 

 

bedroom 

blackbird

bonfire

cloakroom

clockwise

cupboard

database

football

goalkeeper

goodnight

 

 

 

colder 

longer

older

richer

smaller

smoother

sweeter

taller

braver

closer

ash 

cash

crash

flash

slash

mash

rash

smash

bash

dash

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Friday 10th January 

Homework is due on Wednesday 15th December

 

This week we have started our new Come and See topic 'Journeys'. We would like you to write about a journey that you have been on and explain why is was important to you. 

 

Mathletics: temperature

 

Spelling 

Watermelons

 

Mangoes 

 

Pineapples 

 

possession

possible

potatoes

pressure

probably

promise

purpose

quarter

question 

recent 

 

experiment

extreme

famous

favourite

February

forward

fruit

grammar

group

guard 

fair

chair

pair

stair

hair

air

dairy 

Homework

Friday 13th  December

Homework is due on the 18th December

 

Over the Christmas holidays you have a choice of what you do.

You can make something eco-friendly out of Christmas waste e.g. Wrapping paper and old cards. 

You can make a poster on how you have been eco-friendly over Christmas.

You can make a new year’s resolution on how you can be eco-friendly for 2020.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Maths 

Mathletics times tables will be set. 

Please revise your times tables. You should know your 2, 3, 4 and 5 times tables off by heart. 

 

We hope you have a lovely Christmas break! See you all in the New Year! :) 

Homework

Friday 13th December

Homework is due on Wednesday 18th December

 

Your homework this is to write descriptive paragraph about a dragon/beast. Please use alliteration, similes and adjectives in your description and draw a picture of your dragon/beast underneath your writing. 

 

Mathletics: doubling and halving 

 

Spelling 

Watermelons

 

Mangoes 

 

Pineapples 

 

notice 

occasion

often

opposite

ordinary

particular

peculiar

perhaps

popular

position

 

describe

different

difficult

disappear

early

earth

eight

enough

exercise

experience 

rose 

close

pose

chose

smoke 

hole

hope 

stone

vote 

wrote 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Homework

Friday 6th December

Homework is due on Wednesday 11th December

 

Your homework this week is to create google slides on HWB or a leaflet about the importance of learning Welsh.Please answer the following questions:

Why is learning Welsh important?

What are the benefits of learning Welsh?

How will learning Welsh help you in the future?

Do you enjoy learning Welsh? Explain your answer. 

 

Mathletics: multiplication problems 

 

Spelling 

Watermelons

 

Mangoes 

 

Pineapples 

 

knowledge

learn

length 

library

material

medicine

mention 

minute

natural

naughty 

 

calendar 

caught 

centre

century

certain 

circle

complete

consider 

continue 

decide

play

clay

day

bay

away

pay

pray

say

lay

may 

 

Homework

Friday 29nd November

Homework is due on Wednesday 4th November

 

This week we would like you to make an Advent promise. You can think about our Golden Rules in school or maybe you could think about a promise you could make outside of school. Please either draw a candle, star or Advent wreath to accompany your promise. You could also draw/paint/ make of these and write on your promise on there. 

 

Mathletics: Length 

 

 

Spelling 

Watermelons

 

Mangoes 

 

Pineapples 

 

guard 

guide

heard

heart

height

imagine 

increase 

important 

interest 

island 

 

accident 

actual

address

answer

appear

arrive

believe

breathe

build

busy

meet 

greet

see

weep

seed

creep

cheek 

feel 

queen 

sheep 

 

Homework

Friday 22nd November

Homework is due on Wednesday 27th November

 

This week we have started our new context topic 'Polar Explorer'. We would like you to research your favourite Polar Animal. 

You can create either:

  • a fact file about the animal
  • create a PowerPoint the animal
  • Draw and label the animals habitat 

 

Mathletics: Fractions

 

 

Spelling 

Watermelons

 

Mangoes 

 

Pineapples 

 

experience

experiment 

extreme

famous

favourite 

February 

forward

fruit 

grammar

group 

 

wettest

saddest

fattest

biggest

thinnest

maddest

fittest

reddest

slimmest

trimmest

Tea

Pea

Please

Cream

Beam

Scream

Dream

Team

Gleam

Sea

 

 

 

 

Homework

Friday 15th November

Homework is due on Wednesday 20th November

 

Next week we will be starting our new Come and See topic 'Visitors'. We would like you to either:

  • Create an acrostic poem using 'Visitors'
  • Write about when you were a Visitor/ have welcomed Visitors into your homes/school
  • Create a poster welcoming new children to St Philip Evans school

 

Here are some key words to help you:

friends

family

company

help

time

welcome

preparations

difference.

Please complete your homework in your learning logs. 

 

 

 

Mathletics: Time and times tables 

 

 

Spelling 

Watermelons

decide

describe

difficult

different 

disappear

early

earth

eight

enough

exercise

Mangoes 

wetter

sadder

fatter

bigger

thinner

madder

fitter

redder

slimmer

trimmer

Pineapples 

bake

cake

make

lake

fake

stake

crate

grate

flake

skate

 

 

 

 

Homework

Friday 8th November

Homework is due on Wednesday 13th November

 

This week we would like to research about Roman Pouches as next week we will be making our own! We would like you to find out about them, why they were used and what material they would out of. 

If you want to, you can draw your own Roman Pouch in your Learning Log. 

 

 

Mathletics: Time

 

 

Spelling 

Watermelons Mangoes  Pineapples 
Calendar 

Quick

Load 
Caught Thick  Toad 
Centre Cold  Moan 
Century  Long  Boat 
Certain Rich  Goat 
Circle Clean  Coat 
Complete Fast  Float 
Consider Cool  Moat 
Continue Fast  Bloat 

 

 

 

 

 

Homework

Friday 25th October

Homework is due on Wednesday 6th November

Learning Logs. After half term, we have a special week in school. It is 'Thinking About Our Successful Futures' week. 

Your homework over half term is to produce a CV for your future Job.

 

What do you want to be when you grow up?

What do you need to be able to do for your future career?

What skills will you need?

What experience will you need?

How can you present your CV creatively?

 

Here are some key words to help you:

punctual 

creative

hard-working 

polite

determined 

responsible 

helpful 

 

Mathletics: multiplication and division 

 

 

Spelling 

Watermelons Mangoes  Pineapples 
Accident  Bobble  Sound
Actual  Cobble  Pound 
Address  Baffle  Home 
Answer Raffle Time 
Appear  Niggle How 
Arrive  Giggle Could 
Believe  Fiddle Would 
Bicycle Middle Should 
Business  Battle Loud 

 

 

 
 
 

Homework

Friday 18th September 2019

Homework is due on Wednesday 23rd September 2019

 

Learning Logs: Next week we will be looking at our new Literacy topic 'Dragon Slayer'. 

We would like you to find out as many facts as you can about Dragons. You can set it out as a fact file, draw pictures of dragons or write a paragraph. Please ensure your homework is completed in your learning logs.  

 

 

Maths: Place Value  on Mathletics.  

Reading books - please read your books at home and fill in your Reading Records.

Spellings

 

Watermelons 

 

Mangoes 

Pineapples 

toothbrush

snowflake

bedroom

firefighter

screwdriver

rainbow

policewoman

cornflakes

seashore

strawberry

Rebuild

Recall

Refill

Recycle

Reform

Return

Replace

Revisit

Repay

 

Replay

Dew

Few

New

Pew

Flew

Blew

Grew

Threw

Knew

Screw

 

  • Homework

    Friday 11th September 2019

    Homework is due on Wednesday 16th September 2019

     

    Learning Logs: Promises

    This week we would like you to write a prayer about the promises you have made to God and your family. Please complete your homework in your learning logs and if you would like to decorate your prayer please do.  

     

     

    Maths: Number sequences  on Mathletics.  

    Reading books - please read your books at home and fill in your Reading Records.

    Spellings

     

    Watermelons 

     

    Mangoes 

    Pineapples 

    dislike

    disown

    displease

    disagree

    disappear

    dishonest

    disobey

    distrust

    disappoint

     

     

     

     

    comb 

    tomb 

    lamb

    thumb

    dumb

    numb

    crumb

    limb

    climb

    plumb

    stood

    hood

    good

    wood

    brook

    hook

    took

    book

    cook

    look

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

       

Homework

Friday 4th October 2019

Homework is due on Wednesday 9th October 2019

 

Learning Logs: This week, we would like you to write a diary from Boudicca's point of view. You can either write it about the night before the battle, morning of the battle or during the battle. Please write your diary in your learning logs. 

Maths: Mathletics.  

Reading books - please read your books at home and fill in your Reading Records.

Spellings

 

Watermelons 

 

Mangoes 

Pineapples 

Knife

Knee 

Knock

Knuckle

Know

Knew 

Knit

Kneel       

Knelt

Knight

 

Tumble

Fumble

Humble

Jumble

Mumble

Rumble

Crumble

Grumble

Stumble 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

fight

sigh         

might

thigh       

light

night

right

sight

tight

bright

flight

fright

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Homework

Friday 27th September 2019

Homework is due on Wednesday 1st October  2019

 

 

This week we would like you to design your own rugby kit for the World Cup. Please make sure the rugby kit represents you and your hobbies or likes. 

Mathletics

Reading books - please read your books at home and fill in your Reading Records.

Spellings

 

Pineapples

 

Mangoes 

Watermelons 

fight

sight          

might

thigh       

light

night

right

sight

tight

bright

flight

fright

 

 

 

 

tumble

fumble

humble

jumble

mumble

bumble

rumble

crumble

grumble

stumble

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Happiest

Chilliest

Cloudier

Prettier

Cheekiest

Gloomier

Fussiest

Crispiest

Cloudiest

Happier

 

 

 

Homework

Friday 20th September 2019

Homework is due on Wednesday 25th September 2019

 

Learning Logs:Rugby World Cup 

*DO NOT FORGET* In the newsletter there is a rugby world cup immersion day on Monday 23rd of September. Here is the memo:

On Monday the 23rd of September 2019, St Philip Evans will be hosting a Rugby World Cup Day, to kick-start the Rugby World Cup campaign alongside healthy and fit week. Pupils can wear either a red t shirt or a wales rugby shirt. Pupils can also bring a small red badge or scarf to support wales. This is entirely optional, if pupils do not wear one of these items they must still come into school with normal correct uniform. Pupils must however, not wear shirts of other colours and other nations, as we want everybody to support our national team. At lunch time on this day there will be a rugby skills session with the rugby team from 12:30 – 13:00 on the school field for years 3-6. There will be a rugby world cup themed homework so please check your class page website for more details.

 

This week, as the Rugby World Cup is starting this weekend, we would like the children to make or design (in their learning logs) a book mark. The book mark has to have a Rugby World Cup theme. 

 

Maths: Addition and subtraction on Mathletics.  

Reading books - please read your books at home and fill in your Reading Records.

Spellings

 

Watermelons 

 

Mangoes 

Pineapples 

Hottest

Wettest

Saddest

Fattest

Biggest

Thinnest

Maddest

Fittest

Reddest

Trimmest

 

 

 

Spending

Hunting

Bending

Dusting

Costing

Sinking

Winking

Bumping

Jumping

Singing

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scoot 

Loop

School

Zoom

Cool

Tool

Dew

Few

Flew

Threw

 

 

 

 

  • Homework

    Friday 13th September 2019

    Homework is due on Wednesday 18th September 2019

     

    Learning Logs: Immersion day - Celts. 

    As you know, our context this half term in Gods and Gladiators. On Thursday this week, we have immersion day. For homework we would like you to create a costume that you can wear to school on Thursday to dress up as a Celt or a Roman (using materials you have at home). 

    You could make:

    A shield 

    A Celtic torque bracelet (using foil)

    Armour 

    Swords

     

    Maths: Your Maths homework this weekend is to practice your number bonds on Mathletics.  

    Reading books - please read your books at home and fill in your Reading Records.

    Spellings

     

    Watermelons 

     

    Mangoes 

    Pineapples 

    Hotter 

    Wetter

    Sadder

    Fatter

    Bigger

    Thinner

    Madder

    Fitter

    Redder

    Slimmer

    Trimmer

     

     

     

    Blowing

    Throwing

    Screaming

    Drowning

    Clearing

    Pushing

    Lifting

    Acting

    Sending

    Melting

     

     

     

     

    Spoon

    Shoot

    Droop

    Stool

    Groom

    Toot

    Hoop

    Spool

    Room

    Afternoon

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