Homework will be set on paper or on line, on our Google Classroom. Children will be given a page of certain calculations addressing to the Maths we have been working on; they will be given either a page of crosswords, or "crack the code" or word search related to the spellings revisited during the week, or to the lessons done in Science or Topic.
Homework should be uploaded on the Google Classroom or brought back to school in paper by next Wednesday, so we can mark it together.
Children are incouraged to complete their homework by themselves and bring back to school anything they couldn't complet, so I can explain it again.
We do not have a weekly spelling test, as it used to be in the past. Assessments will take place in class through a range of activities such as dictation, group activities and investigative work.
From time to time, children will have a project related to our Humanities or Science topic, to complete at home over few weeks.
WORLD BOOK WEEK COMPETITION!
SEE POSTER BELOW
What do I have to do?
Design your own bookmark for World Book Day. Think outside the box! You can use any materials you like. You may: sew, paint, bake, draw etc. Be creative!
When will it run?
The competition will end at 9am on Friday 4th March
How do I enter?
Send your picture of your bookmark to your teacher with your name by the deadline. You do not need to bring the bookmark in.