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Mathematics Homework

posted 5 Sep 2017, 13:54 by D Wright   [ updated 5 Sep 2017, 13:54 by L Ross ]

You should be practicing your times tables regularly to help your ability to recall your multiplication facts and associated division facts at speed. 
In addition to this, I have set homework to build upon your reasoning skills. 
These may at first seem challenging but you will soon become masters in this area.
Please see me in school straight away if you would like me to go through these with you.
Mr Wright

Term 1a English Homework

posted 5 Sep 2017, 13:46 by D Wright   [ updated 5 Sep 2017, 13:55 by L Ross ]

We have introduced DADWAVERS sentence openers to help with our writing this term. Please see the example of how to use these in the post below. If you are struggling with DADWAVERS, please see me in school and I will be happy to go through this method with you. Mr Wright.

Term 1a Spellings

posted 5 Sep 2017, 13:42 by D Wright   [ updated 5 Sep 2017, 13:42 by L Ross ]


Multiplication Grid

posted 5 Sep 2017, 13:42 by D Wright   [ updated 5 Sep 2017, 13:42 by L Ross ]

Image result for 20 x 20 multiplication chart

Long Division exmple

posted 5 Sep 2017, 13:40 by D Wright   [ updated 5 Sep 2017, 13:40 by L Ross ]

Image result for long division poster with steps

DADWAVERS Openers

posted 5 Sep 2017, 13:37 by D Wright   [ updated 5 Sep 2017, 13:37 by L Ross ]

DADWAVERS  is a tool that can be used  to help us with our writing.


Sentences are broken down into 8 sections: 
-Description
-Action 
-Dialogue
-Where
-Adverb
-Verb
-Estimation of time
-Rhetorical Questions
-Simile or Metaphors
DADWAVERS - helps us remember these
Example in action
Description:   Bright trees stood silently all around looking down on flowers and shrubs coloured with autumnal shades   as the sun cut through the branches like shards of broken, golden glass.

Action:  It woke up – slowly uncurling and looking around before padding to the edge of his towering home.

Dialogue:   “She is back at last,” he whispered to himself so she didn’t hear him.

Where:  High above the treetops, he sat admiring her as she flitted from plant to plant.

Adverb:  Gently she grabbed each flower between he slender fingers.

Verb:  Breathing life into everything she touched she made the forest come to life.

Estimation of time:  Minutes passed as he watched her admiringly, whilst resting his head on his hands.

Rhetorical Question:  Had anything ever been so beautiful as she was?

Similes:   “She is as delicate as a flower, an elegant paper flower, fragile and brittle to the touch.

Exclamation:   Stop! Oh No Stop! He tried to call out but only silence emanated from his stony maw.


Coordinating Conjunctions

posted 5 Sep 2017, 13:30 by D Wright   [ updated 5 Sep 2017, 13:30 by L Ross ]

Term 1b English Homework

posted 18 Oct 2016, 14:19 by D Wright   [ updated 18 Oct 2016, 14:19 by L Ross ]

Please find attached the homework for this term. 

If you have any questions, please come and see me as soon as possible. 

Regards, 

Mr Wright

Term 1b Mathematics Homework

posted 18 Oct 2016, 13:34 by D Wright   [ updated 18 Oct 2016, 13:34 by L Ross ]

Please find attached the homework for this half term. 

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask me. 

Kind regards, 

Mr Wright

Term 1b Spellings

posted 18 Oct 2016, 00:39 by D Wright   [ updated 18 Oct 2016, 00:39 by L Ross ]

Please find attached the spellings for term 1b. 

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