Maths  pages 30 & 31

English pages 50 & 51

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Read your book and get your diary signed every day

Practise the times tables you are still not sure of.

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Maths  pages 64 & 65

English pages 62 & 63

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Finish book chosen for Lenten class challenge by Monday

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Maths  on sheet

English pages 54 & 55

Times tables - x3 ready for a test next week

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Please remember to bring in your water booklet with the water cycle sheet filled in - thanks to those children who have already brought theirs in.

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Maths                  on sheet

English pages 33, 34 & 35

Times tables - x9 ready for a test next week

Spellings

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English        This half term we are studying Shakespeare’s Macbeth in our English lessons. For                    homework draw the character of Macbeth and write, in your best neatly joined handwriting, a character description. What does he look like? What kind of person is he? How does he act? Make sure your homework is suitable for display. You should write in sentences, remembering your capital letters, punctuation and use good descriptive vocabulary.

Maths          on sheet

Hand in by Wednesday

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Maths pages 36 & 37

English pages 30 & 31

Spellings

Times tables - x7 ready for a test next week

Hand in by Wednesday

Remember to bring in your moon watch work if you've not already done so.

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Maths (see sheet Simplifying fractions)

English pages 82 & 83

Spellings

Times tables - x4 & x8 ready for a test next week

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Don't forget to keep watching the moon to see how the moon changes over time.

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Maths pages 18 & 19

English pages 26 & 27

Spellings

Times tables - x9 ready for a test next week

Hand in by Wednesday

Don't forget to keep watching the moon to see how the moon changes over time.

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From the 30th October to the 3rd December I would like you to look up at the moon each night and record its shape and name the phase. Use the moon phases wheel that you made in class to help you. If it's cloudy and you can't see the moon, then just draw in a cloud for that day. Watch out on the 3rd of December for the supermoon - it's when the moon will be closer to Earth and so will appear much bigger! 

Just in case...

Moon watch grid

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Maths pages 12 & 13

English pages 4 & 5

Spellings

Times tables - x7 ready for a test next week

Hand in by Wednesday

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Maths pages 21 & 22

English pages 38 & 39

Spellings

Times tables 5 & 10 - ready for a test next week

Hand in day is by Wednesday

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Maths pages 14

English pages 36 & 37

Spellings

Times tables 3 & 6 - ready for a test next week

Hand in day is by Wednesday

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Maths pages 7 & 8

English pages 90 & 91

Spellings

Times tables 2 & 4 - ready for a test next week

Hand in day is by Wednesday

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On the paper provided, draw a detailed map of your route to school labelling roads and important natural and human features along the way. It is not necessary to draw all houses/buildings along the way as there will be too many. For example, you could include your house, trees, fields, places where you cross the road, shops, parks, churches, school crossing patrols. 

On the back of your work write down the name of the road and postcode you live on, so you can identify where you live on an ordnance survey map. 

Additionally if you want to take photos of different human and natural features that you pass along the way, they will be appreciated and can be used on our display. 

Thank you.

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Year 5 should continue to read regularly at home and parents please sign your child's reading diary each time they read so that they can collect their bookmark stickers. I want to see all of Year 5 regularly receiving reading certificates in our whole school assemblies!

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The children came home with RE homework which will need to be completed before coming back to school on Tuesday 21st February. The more preparation the children are able to do, the easier they will find it to write about their chosen inspirational person. Here is a copy of the homework letter...

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HOMEWORK BOOKS:

Maths pages 19 & 20

English pages 6 & 7

TIMES TABLE CHALLENGE!

This week we are focusing on the 2x and 4x tables. Test next week!

Remember the test will be fast paced so you will need to know your multiplication and division facts for this times tables really well! If you know this one, confidently then concentrate on learning another one!

SPELLINGS

This week some children will be bringing home a new set of spellings as they have moved up in their spelling groups. Well done to you! If you haven't moved up groups this time, then it is most important that you do for the next assessment at the start of next term. 

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HOMEWORK BOOKS:

Maths pages 12 & 13

English pages 36 & 37

TIMES TABLE CHALLENGE!

This week we are focusing on the 6x table. Test next week!

Remember the test will be fast paced so you will need to know your multiplication and division facts for this times tables really well! If you know this one, confidently then concentrate on learning another one!

SPELLINGS

These spellings are given out weekly and the spellings are based on an assessment done at the beginning of each half term.

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HOMEWORK BOOKS:

Maths pages 21 & 22

English pages 88 & 89

TIMES TABLE CHALLENGE!

This week we are focusing on the 3x table. Test next week!

Remember the test will be fast paced so you will need to know your multiplication and division facts for this times tables really well! If you know this one, confidently then concentrate on learning another one!

SPELLINGS

These spellings are given out weekly and the spellings are based on an assessment done at the end of each half term.

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