Mrs Coleman, Mrs Kelleher and Mrs Aspey (our lovely class TAs) and I are looking forward to working alongside the children to progress achievement and attainment, and of course, enjoy the year ahead. I look forward to getting to know all of you and sharing our learning journey together.
Below is the home learning section which covers the curriculum subjects. In each section, you will find the task and supporting material (websites, guidance, powerpoints). However, if you need further help, please do not hesitate to email me on our class email address:
I have attached a proposed home-learning timetable for you if you would like to have a more structured approach.
In this section, you will find the English learning for each day this week and also supporting documents.
In this section, you will find the maths learning for this week.
Science and Foundation Subjects
In this section, you will find your weekly home learning for science and your foundation subjects.
Here is your learning for week 2.
I will leave both weeks up until the end of the Easter holidays, and then replace with the next two weeks learning.
I hope you are all keeping safe and well. Keep me posted with your home achievements!
In this section, you will find English for Week 2.
This week, we will be writing our narratives. Make sure you use the End of KS2 Assessment to check you have included the necessary elements in your writing.
I am excited about reading them, so send them through to the class e-mail address!
In this section, you will find the maths worksheets for week 2.
I have attached the answers for you to check at the end of the lesson.
Homework will be an important aspect of the children's learning during their time in Upper Key Stage 2.
Children will be expected to read daily, alongside a weekly READ task.
Children will be expected to work on their Maths Passport and spellings across the week as this will be assessed weekly.
Finally, children will be given a specific task for completion over the weekend. This will focus on either problem solving or extended writing. It is essential that this work is completed by the children themselves as it will be used during the following week in class during an 'uplift' lesson.
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