Spellings due 20th November 2019

To support with understanding definitions for spellings, the ‘Collins children’s cobuild dictionary’ is a very useful tool.

Due to the changes in the Literacy curriculum children in Year 6 are expected to be secure with all KS2 spellings. There will be no choice of spellings, in terms of degree of difficulty. All children, of all abilities, need to learn the following for next week:

favourite grammar
knowledge mention
natural occasionally
opposite particular
peculiar possession

Homework for 20th November 2019

Read at least 3 times and ask an adult to sign your reading diary to confirm.

Learn your spellings. Complete detailed sentences and definitions in your homework book.

Equivalent fraction worksheet to be completed. Sheets separated in to 1*/2*/3*

1* Find equivalent using the fraction wall for support.

2* Find equivalent fractions using the shown method

3* Solve the equivalent fraction problems

Yr6 spellings due 13th November

To support with understanding definitions for spellings, the ‘Collins children’s cobuild dictionary’ is a very useful tool.

Due to the changes in the Literacy curriculum children in Year 6 are expected to be secure with all KS2 spellings. There will be no choice of spellings, in terms of degree of difficulty. All children, of all abilities, need to learn the following for next week:

medicine possess
special though
weight earth
famous length
surprise ordinary

Yr6 homework due Wednesday 13th November

Read at least 3 times and ask an adult to sign your reading diary to confirm. Please encourage your child to read at home!

Learn your spellings. Complete detailed sentences and definitions in your homework book.

Complete the compound/complex sentence activity

2/3* Complete the activities on sheet: rewrite sentences in section A to turn them in to compound sentences using the conjunction word bank; identify the main clause and the subordinate clause in section B; and insert commas in to the sentences in the correct position in section C
Compound and Complex Sentences Worksheet LA

1* Re-write the sentences to create compound sentences using the conjunction word bank.
compound sentences 1 star

6S homework due Thursday as only receiving on Monday due to not being handed out

Wednesday 23rd October @ NJS

On Wednesday 23rd it is whole school mufti for a £1, funds will be going towards the New and Improved Quiet Area.

The PTA Disco is also on Wednesday 3-5pm. Entry to the disco is a £1 and there will be drinks, crisps, sweets & fruit for sale at an additional cost – we advise no more than £4.

Upper School(Yrs 5&6) will have their disco 3-4pm then they will go to the Victoria Block for a movie so can be collected at 5pm from the Victorian Block.

Lower School (Yrs3&4) will have their movie first then into the hall 4-5pm for the disco, they can be collected at 5pm from the school hall.

Yr6 spellings due 23rd October

To support with understanding definitions for spellings, the ‘Collins children’s Cobuild dictionary’ is a very useful tool.

Due to the changes in the Literacy curriculum children in Year 6 are expected to be secure with all KS2 spellings. There will be no choice of spellings, in terms of degree of difficulty. All children, of all abilities, need to learn the following for next week:
calendar complete
describe different
women through
strange probably
sentence suppose