Please note letter at front of booklets below is from 2015-16 and thus information has been updated. Answers remain the same.
We would hope that children have a go at the first three days of each pack. There is no requirement to complete the booklet, but children may find it beneficial to do so. Children may decide to do five per day or all in one go.
Find out some information about either the Treaty of Versailles or the Great Depression.
Why are they significant when considering the Second World War?
You can use whichever sources you like (books, websites etc.) as long as you have written the information in your own words.
You can present the information however you choose.
It will be collected next Friday 20th January 2017.
PE Homework, set by Miss Jepson
Write a dance evaluation. Write about these things:
1. Who did you work with?
2. Did you work well as a team?
3. What did you do well?
4. What could you do to improve?
Due Wednesday 22nd February 2017
Pink Book: Page 2 'Counting and Numbers'; page 3 'Place Value and Ordering'
Orange Book: Page 2 'Counting and Numbers'; page 26 'Measuring Problems'
Purple Book: Page 2 'Counting and Numbers'; page 29 'Measuring Problems'
Week Four: Friday 25th November
Half Term Homework
Please note there is Spelling, Maths, and English homework, and a Reading Challenge.
Homework is due as usual on Friday of the first week back (Friday 4th November 2016).
Should children not have internet or library access during the break, they will be able to use the school computers the first week back to complete the English homework.
Pink Book: Page 1 'Counting and Numbers'
Orange Book: Page 4-5 'Place Value and Ordering'
Purple Book: Pages 3-4 'Place Value and Ordering'
Find a short traditional story from another culture/country to bring into school. Folk tales are a good place to start if you are stuck.