Home Learning Resources
Pupils are encouraged to use Google Apps for homework and to share information. Children can log in using their emoji passwords through Wonde. Homework will be set on a Friday and will need to be completed by the following Friday.
Each half term, a new Enrichment Project will be set for the children to complete. Children can access this task by logging into Google Classroom using emoji passwords through Wonde.
To further encourage 'Reading for Pleasure' we are using 'Accelerated Reader'. Children will need to read for 20 minutes at school, and 20 minutes at home each day. On completion of a book, children will take a short quiz on a computer at school to check their understanding of the book. Children are welcome to read their personal books from home - to check if there is an associated quiz, please use the Accelerated Reader Book Find website here.
Spelling Frame is a free website which contains all of the spelling rules for each year group from Year 1 - 6. Children can practice the spelling rules and then take a test. http://spellingframe.co.uk/
The Y3/4 curriculum spellings can be found here.
The Y5/6 curriculum spellings can be found here.
To access spelling homework, children should log into Google Classroom using emoji passwords through Wonde. Spelling lists will be updated for each new topic.
Multiplication and Division Facts
Multiplication and division facts for children to practise daily can be found by logging into Google Classroom using emoji passwords through Wonde. New tasks will be added each Friday.
Maths Frame is a useful website with a variety of interactive maths games, printable worksheets and assessments. https://mathsframe.co.uk/
Brass lessons will take place on Tuesday afternoon. Please ensure that brass instruments are brought into school on or before Tuesday morning.
Our swimming lessons will take place every Thursday morning. Please ensure that swimming kits are in school on or before Thursday morning, these will also need to be taken home after school on Thursday.
Reading books must be brought into school every day.