Children have just received spellings to learn for their homework, this week.

They will be tested on these spellings next Friday.

Spellings 08.12.17

Posted
AuthorCatherine Slater

Maths: Rounding-pages 12 & 13

English: 'ay' sound-page 93

Times Tables: 12x (Test next Friday 8th January)

Posted
AuthorCatherine Slater

Maths: Writing Fractions as Decimals-page 35

English: Fronted Adverbials-pages 20 & 21

Spellings-Practice ready for our test next Friday 1st December

Spellings 24.11.17

Posted
AuthorCatherine Slater

Maths: Equivalent Fractions-page 29

English: Suffix -ly - pages 80 & 81

Maths & English due for Wednesday 19th November

Times tables- 8x tables (test on Friday 21st November)

Posted
AuthorCatherine Slater

Homework has an English and a Maths focus each week. Homework will be set on a Friday to be returned the following Wednesday. Each week the children will be given either one or two pages to complete from their homework book. These pages will be related to what we have been learning that week in class; so the children should be able to complete their work by themselves.

Homework is important to develop a sense of independence and organisation. 

Posted
AuthorCatherine Slater

Year 4 have done very well during the reading challenge...

Posted
AuthorEmily Hollinghurst

We are focusing on the 9 times table and time in Maths this week...

Posted
AuthorEmily Hollinghurst

We are currently working on being up to speed on our six times tables.

Posted
AuthorEmily Hollinghurst

Homework has a Literacy and a Maths focus each week. Homework will be set on a Wednesday to be returned the following Monday. Each week the children will be given either one or two pages to complete from their homework book. These pages will ALWAYS be related to what we have been learning that week in class; so the children should be able to complete their work by themselves.

Spelling will also be sent home on a Wednesday. Spellings sent home in a yellow book, please feel free to practice words in these books if you like.

Homework is important to develop a sense of independence and organisation. 

 

Posted
AuthorRob Hotchkiss