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Optional Computing Homework

posted 4 Dec 2017, 07:47 by D Wright   [ updated 4 Dec 2017, 07:50 ]

If you would like to hone your coding skills at home, click the image of Scratch the Cat to view the Function Machine project.  This will take you to the project which we have been working on in class.

https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/50680750/

Set 3 a and b English Booster work weeks 2-7

posted 6 Nov 2017, 13:39 by D Wright

Please find attached the work we will be looking at during boosters this half term.

Obviously, I would prefer it if you attended the sessions, which are between 0830 and 0850 each Tuesday and Wednesday, but if you can't, but do fancy having a go at the work, it is attached. 

Mr Wright

Week 1 Booster work

posted 6 Nov 2017, 12:25 by D Wright

If you are unable to make boosters this week, but wish to give the work a go, please find the comprehension attached. 

English Homeworks Weeks 2-7

posted 6 Nov 2017, 12:23 by D Wright

Please find attached the homework for the remainder of this term. 

The differentiation is challenge by choice. Please do not feel you have to to all seven questions for each piece ( you can if you wish!).

Red Chilli is the slightly easier challenge whereas Scotch Bonnet is slightly more challenging. 

If you are struggling, please see me or Mrs Hoyland_Hibbert in school. 

Mr Wright

Week 1 English Homework

posted 6 Nov 2017, 06:58 by D Wright


Term 1b Spellings

posted 6 Nov 2017, 02:48 by D Wright

Please find attached the spellings we are working on this half term. 

Week 8 Updated Maths homework

posted 20 Oct 2017, 08:36 by D Wright

Please find attached the updated Mathematics homework for week 8. 

Dictionary Skills in Reciprocal Reading

posted 20 Oct 2017, 08:27 by D Wright

Today. in English, we looked at a passage of text in detail and highlighted words we were not quite sure about to find their definitions. This helped us appreciate the true meaning of the text.

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

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