Reminders: As our educational visit to The Cardiff Literature Festival is Tuesday afternoon our PE with Mrs Jones will be on Monday afternoon, please ensure you have your PE kits then. If there are any parent helpers available for Tuesday please let Miss Coker or Mr Beere know, we are currently short of helpers. The trip is leaving school at 12:15 and back to school by 2:30. Homework: Design.
We look forward to seeing you at our BLP afternoon at the end of this half term where we can share Anglo Saxon learning with you. Easter Holiday Homework. In the next half term, we will be beginning to look at the history of the Anglo-Saxons. Over the holidays, we would like to research our main questions for the term: Who were the Anglo-Saxons? Think carefully about who the Anglo-Saxons were.
HOMEWORK has now got totally out of hand. Children are often in their schools from 8am until late in the afternoon. At secondary level we then expect them to do homework for two hours a night.
Our homework routine. On Wednesdays, we collect in homework books, reading books for changing and yellow reading records for marking. The children’s books bags will therefore be empty on Wednesday and Thursday. However, children are welcome and encouraged to take class books to enjoy at home with their families at any time.
During our simmering maths session today, we looked at the homework together so they understand what it is they need to do which means they should be able to complete it independently. This year, as part of the year 3 curriculum, the children need to be secure on their 3x, 4x, 8x table by the end of the year. I would encourage them to practise their times tables little and often. On another.
Our British Value for this term. Value Passion.docx; Good Morning from Mrs Greene. Good Afternoon from Mrs Yansdankah. Thank you for checking the Year 2 Homework Section. Here you will find useful information and links related to your child's Home Learning. We would ask that you assist your child in completing daily Maths, Reading and Writing tasks of at least 15 minutes each. We understand.
Y3 Homework Summer. Y4 Homework Summer. Y5 Homework Summer. Y6 to complete all homework in their revision guides. Maths help for all year groups. Click this link for access to see the different methods we use for calculating in maths.
Homework is an essential part of being a successful learner in life. At Shankhill, we value its place as it helps our children to practise and perfect their skills, as well as deepen their knowledge, understanding and skills through regular short bursts of repetitive tasks. So rather than completing all of a spelling or times table activity during one session (e.g. on a Saturday afternoon) do.