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Weekly Homework

Every week, do your best to complete the following:

1. Daily reading with at least 3 updates in your Reading Diaries.
2. Times tables – complete any grids in your book and keep practising times tables to stay confident.

3. Spellings : Learn your individualised spelling list for test day Tuesday 🤩

4. Topic – for September, keep updating your moon diaries with observations and use the website reference regularly to see the changing shape of the moon over the month.

Homework Books will be needed in on Tuesdays, ready for the new spellings & tasks to be stuck in.
Any problems, just have a chat with Miss Whit, Mrs Viner or Mrs Dyke ☺️

Owl Class Homework 1.7.21

Year 6 Time-Capsule

Year 6:

This week in school, we have started work on the time capsule transition project for The Corbet (the overview of it is attached here so that you can see all of the different areas that we will be working to complete before the end of term).  For your homework, we would like you to create a fact-file all about yourself.  Try to include as much information about yourself as you can.  For example: age, height etc as well as details about your hobbies and interests, favourite books, tv programme etc.  It would also be lovely to include some photos of you to include with your written work as well.

Please bring/email your completed fact file and photos by Wednesday 7th July.

Year 5:

We would like you to write a guide to your favourite hobby.  For example, you might be passionate about rugby, football, art, reading, gaming or cats!  You could explain what equipment (if any) is needed, why it is a fantastic hobby, how it makes you feel, how long you have been doing it etc.  Please feel free to choose how you would like to present your guide.

Please bring/email your guide to school by Wednesday 7th July.

We look forward to reading your fact-files and guides.

Owl Class Homework 24.6.21

As it is Arts Week this week, we have an arty homework for you.  You may choose what you would like to do but here are a few ideas if you need them:

*Take a look at an online drawing tutorial and have a go at your own piece.  There are lots out there on all sorts of subjects from Manga to comic books.

*Paint/draw a scene from a window (including the window frame).

*Create a piece of artwork to portray your feelings and emotions using different colours.

*Research a famous artist of your choice and make a PowerPoint.

*Try out a craft – origami, make some salt dough and create a sculpture.

*Painting – try using something other than a paintbrush to paint with.

Please bring in or email a photo of your project to either myself or Miss Horton.

Owl Class Homework 17.6.21

This homework task is also on TEAMS.

To finish off our Science topic on the heart and lungs, we would like you to create a poster to promote the importance of a healthy heart and lungs.  You will need to think about how we keep healthy e.g. diet, exercise, the effects of smoking etc.  Also, consider how you will get your message across to your audience through a catchy slogan, use of colour, pictures, facts etc.

Please either email your poster, bring it into school or upload it onto TEAMS by Wednesday 23rd June.


Owl Class Homework 27.5.21

Owls, your homework this week is to have a lovely half term holiday!  You have worked very hard, especially to complete assessments, and Miss Horton and I would like you have lots of time to relax and do the things that you enjoy.

If you would like to share what you have been up to, feel free to post under the ‘Your News’ channel on TEAMS.

Have a great half term holiday and see you soon,

Mrs Hollis and Miss Horton xx


Owl Class homework 13.5.21

During our Geography and D&T lessons, we have been looking at energy: where it comes from and how we use it.  For this week’s homework, we would like you to think about what you could do to reduce your energy use.  Think about what we discussed in Geography about leaving appliances on or our use of transport in D&T.  You might pledge the following for example:

*I will turn off lights in rooms that are not being used

*I will not leave devices plugged in unnecessarily.

Please write your pledge on the attached sheet (we can send a paper copy home if you need it) and bring it into school for Wednesday 19th May.

Energy pledge sheet

Owl Class Homework 6.5.21

Well done for your superb classroom of the future designs.  There were some brilliant ideas including dogs and teachers on treadmills to generate the electricity!

This week, I would like you to find out how wind turbines work ready to start designing our models in D&T.  The following website might be useful:

Can you find out where the nearest wind farm to us is?

Please either upload your work onto Teams, email to school or bring into school by next Wednesday (13th May).

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