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Creative Homework

Once again, we would like all the children to produce a piece of creative homework based on our project ‘Can we Recreate the Magic of the Rainforest?’ to be handed in by Friday 26th February. This could take the form of crafts, artefacts, artwork, writing, ICT – the choice is yours. If you’d prefer, you can also complete homework linked to our class text, 'Kensuke's Kingdom'. After your wartime examples, I look forward to seeing the wonders you create this term 5G.


Reading homework should be completed every week. All of the children are expected to read and record it in their diaries three times a week (they may choose to do more!).  They can read a mixture of things including the school reading scheme books, library books, home books, comics, magazines and e-books to name but a few!  There are also NEW reading challenges this term in the children’s reading folders so remember to tick as many of those off as you can as well.
Reading Stars

Right 5G. This is going to be our term, I can feel it!! Will we finally reach that elusive 100% success rate for reading stars. Three times each - surely we can all achieve this?!
Remember, this is homework and you should ALL be completing your reading three times. You also MUST make sure your reading record is signed by an adult and in school on Friday or I cannot award you a star. If you struggle to do this at home, every Monday after school Mrs Richardson hosts homework club - she is happy to listen to you read there.

Reading Challenges
Upper School reading activities summer.pdf
Every week the children are expected to learn and practise their times tables. Depending on the Maths group they are in, this may also involve knowing the corresponding division facts as well. 
Other Challenges
Still want more practise? Try these websites:
For homework sheets for each group, please see the homework tab. Spelling homework should be returned to school by Friday each week.

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