Year 4 Homework 17.11.17

Homework – 17th November 2017
This week in class we have been learning about our teeth and the different functions that they have.  We would like you to create a poster to persuade people to look after their teeth.  The best ones will be put on display!



Year 3 Homework

This week we have started to learn about soil and rocks.

Please click the link below to see the homework linked to our learning.


Due in Wednesday  15th November.

Thank you.

Remembrance Day Display

We have been absolutely blown away by the creativity and thought the children put into their Remembrance Day pieces. We have put together a display of a selection of the children’s pieces. Here are pictures of some of the children’s work and a video put together by a Year 4 child.

Thank you to everyone at home for your support with these amazing creations.

   Remembrance song video

King James I

Year 5 have been learning about King James I and the religious conflicts that occurred which led to the plotters: Robert Catsesby, Thomas Wintour, Thomas Percy and Guy Fawes also known as John Johnson attempting to blow up the House of Lords. The children have been working on their writing skills that will enable them to write a report to inform. 

Year 4 Homework 03.11.17

For homework this week, we would like you to think about Remembrance Sunday. On Tuesday, we will be having a celebration assembly. We would like you to create something that we could share during this time. How you present it is up to you. It could be a poem, a reflection, or a piece of art work symbolising this important date.

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We would like homework to be in school on Monday 6th November. Thank you.

This week in Year 3, we have been continuing to learn about our Stone Age topic and have been discussing our Stone Age inventions ready to persuade the Dragons’ Den which one they should invest in.

Remembrance homework

Please find above (click the link), details of the homework for this week. It is due back earlier (on Monday 6th November) as some of the children’s work will be used in a Remembrance assembly on Tuesday morning.

Year 4 Viking Day

Year 4 have had a fantastic start to their Viking day. We have all been so impressed with all the effort that has gone into the children’s outfits and shields…very creative. Thank you to everyone at home who helped to get these ready.

Here are some great pictures of some of the children’s efforts and our chance to see some real replicas of Viking weapons.

Year 6 Homework

Homework grid for ‘How are we the same? How are we different?’ unit

Each week you will need to complete one maths, one english and one theme activity.  There are more theme activities than weeks so that you have a choice of what to complete.  Tick them off as you do them.

This grid will run for 4 weeks.


Each week choose one:

Find the population of 5 countries and round to the nearest tens of thousands, then hundreds of thousands, then millions


Time how fast you can write the 6,7,8 and 9 times tables in order


Find out what mean, median and mode mean and explain using examples


Complete the maths challenge sheet you have been given


Each week choose one:

Look up the meaning of each of your spellings in a dictionary and write the definition


Write a sentence for each of your spellings using the word in context


Write a short story (less than 1 page) with the title ‘We are the same but different’.


Write a list of 10 words and their antonyms (opposites)


Each week choose one:

Create an information sheet using the facts from the knowledge organiser.

Ask someone to quiz you on the information on the knowledge organiser- get them to sign your homework bk

Find out what does and create an information page.

Create a poem about what diversity means.

Draw a poster explaining tolerance.

Create an anti-smoking poster.

Investigate the main beliefs of the Muslim faith and write a paragraph explaining what you have found out.