Wrekin Homework – Friday 25th September

Well done Wrekin! The effort on the homework I set last week was fantastic – there were so many chapters read on Fiction Express! Keep up the good work! Everything you do at home will help you in class!

Homework this week:

1: Keep on top of your spellings from the Class Spelling Page

2: Read the next chapter on Fiction Express

3: Times Table Rockstars: keep your speed and accuracy up!

4: Education City – There are some addition and subtraction activities set!

5: Find some pictures about the Bayeux Tapestry and explore what they tell you about. This is a useful start: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/clips/zmc9wmn

 

Wrekin Homework – Friday 18th September 2020

NB: This homework is to be completed by next Friday!

Task 1: Logon to TT Rockstars and complete the challenges I have set!

Task 2: Spellings – see the class spellings page to follow up your work with Mrs Norris (Test on Thursday!)

Task 3: Log on to Fiction Express and read one, two or all of the new books – Read Chapter 1 and complete the Vote and then the Quiz for each book you read! Choose from The Dragon Inside Me, The Legend of Black Shuck or Micro!

Task 4: Log on to Education City and find your homework for this week (Friday 18th Sept 2020) about negative numbers and rounding!

Task 5: Find out about how the heart works before next week’s science! Be ready to come in with lots of ideas!

Have a lovely weekend!

Mr Field

Spellings 17th September 2020

Year 5

Words with the short vowel sound /i/ spelt with y

symbol

mystery

lyrics

oxygen

symptom

physical

system

typical

crystal

rhythm

Year 6

Adjectives ending in -ant into nouns ending in -ance/-ancy

observant

observance

expectant

expectancy

hesitant

hesitancy

tolerant

tolerance

relevant

relevance

Wrekin Weekly Homework – Friday 11th September 2020

Hi Wrekin Pupils!

I will be setting online homework this term – I will give activities from a range of subjects! If you have lost your login, please ask me to print you another as soon as possible!

Maths:

To support your work on counting on and back in 10s, 100s, 1000s etc:

http://www.snappymaths.com/counting/sequences/interactive/powers10seq/powers10seq.htm

http://www.snappymaths.com/addsub/addsubp10/interactive/addsubpowers10/addsubpowers10.htm

and speed up your tables at:

https://play.ttrockstars.com/

English:

Practise perfect speech punctuation by writing out a conversation between you and a friend.

Reading:

At least 20 minutes every day

Spellings:

See the Class Spelling Page

 

 

Spellings 10th September 2020

Year 5

Words with endings that sound like

/shuhs/ spelt with –tious or -ious

ambitious cautious fictitious infectious nutritious contentious superstitious pretentious anxious obnoxious

Year 6

Homophones & Near Homophones: Nouns that end in -ce/-cy and verbs that end in-se/-sy

advice advise device devise licence license practice practise prophecy

 

Wrekin Homework

Hello Wrekin Class!

I will be setting homework each week – usually set each Friday.

Due to the current procedures around keeping us all safe and healthy, I will be setting online homework.

The first homework will be set on 11th September 2020.

If you have any problems with accessing the homework, please let us know!

Mr Field

Welcome back to school

Dear Parents/Carers

Welcome Back – Autumn Term 2020

We are delighted to have welcomed your children back to school this week.  It has been lovely to see them all and how well they have adapted to the changes we have made recently.  I would also like to say a big thank you to parents for their patience and for helping us with our new routines for drop off and pick up.  We are pleased that so many pupils have come in the new school uniform and think they look really smart in it.  To remind you again, all money (cash or cheques) sent to school must be put into the post box outside the school front door, in a sealed envelope with child’s name and what the payment is for clearly written on.  Sorry but no purses should be sent in.

Could we just remind all parents that during this time we would ask you to keep your child’s PE kit at home.  Children need to come into school in their PE kit on the day they are due to have PE.  Could parents please send their child with their school shoes in a bag to change in to if their trainers are dirty after PE.  Pupils will wear their PE kit all day, just changing from trainers to clean school shoes when necessary.

P.E DAYS are as follows:

PIMHILL: Monday

HAUGHMOND: Monday and Thursday

GRINSHILL: Monday and Friday

STIPERSTONES: Monday and Thursday

WREKIN: Monday and Friday

We hope the children have enjoyed the beginning of the new school term.

Yours faithfully

Julie Ball

Executive Headteacher