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New Spellings

posted 17 May 2018, 13:17 by H Killen

1

disappear

2

disapprove

3

dishonest

4

dislike

5

incapable

6

incomplete

7

incorrect

8

independent

9

invisible

10

    unhappy

11

unkind

12

unlock

13

unsafe

14

different

15

difficult

New Spellings

posted 8 May 2018, 13:09 by H Killen

babies

carries

copies

cries

families

hobbies

multiplies

mummies

replies

tries

complete

consider

continue

decide

describe

New Spellings

posted 27 Apr 2018, 00:27 by H Killen

affection

ambition

caption

expedition

fiction

fraction

option

section

station

     vacation

caught

century

centre

certain

circle

New Spellings

posted 23 Apr 2018, 09:32 by H Killen

agreement

amazement

argument

attachment

basement

development

employment

government

punishment

     replacement

treatment

breathe

build

busy/business

calendar

Mathematics Homework

posted 23 Apr 2018, 09:32 by H Killen


New Spellings

posted 16 Apr 2018, 07:27 by H Killen

agreement

amazement

argument

attachment

basement

development

employment

government

punishment

     replacement

treatment

breathe

build

busy/business

calendar

Year 5 Optional Homework

posted 29 Mar 2018, 02:09 by J Janiszewski



Mathematics Homework

posted 19 Mar 2018, 10:18 by H Killen

Please find the next homework attached. 

New Spellings

posted 19 Mar 2018, 10:17 by H Killen

careless

faultless

fearless

harmless

helpless

penniless

thoughtless

useless

pointless

      answer

appear

arrive

believe

bicycle

breath

Mathematics Homework

posted 15 Jan 2018, 07:40 by H Killen

Miss Killen’s Mathematics Homework

Given out: 15.01.18  Due in: 19.01.18

 

 

Your homework task is to create a poster that shows what you have learnt about converting measurement of length.

 

 

Include facts such as:

·         How many mm are in a centimetre?

·         How many cm are in a metre?

·         How many metres are in a kilometre?

·         How many kilometres are in a mile?

 

 

Include examples. E.g. 30mm= 3cm

 

You can use your Maths book, plain paper or alternatively, you can use a computer to create your poster.

 

You could even do some of your own measuring and record the heights of people in your family.

 

Good luck!

 

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