Ash, Beech and Sycamore
Each week children should spend around 1 hour 30 minutes completing their homework.
Homework tasks are set on a Friday and expected to be handed in on a Wednesday morning.
Reading records should be in school every day. These will be monitored once a week.
Reading at least 3 times per week with an adult
Learning times tables
Weekly literacy / maths / theme task set on a Friday
Term 3 & 4
Suffixes and word endings
Find five more words which contain this spelling pattern.
Suffixes and Word Endings
Just add ly
Change the y for an i add ly
Just add ous
Drop the e add ous
Change the y for an i add ous
Just add ation
Drop the e add ation
Words that end in
Words that end in
-ture and -sure
Term 3 & 4
Mrs Humphreys' Group
Test After the Easter Holidays
|High Frequency Words||Prefix un|
Word List - Year 3 and 4 By the end of year 4 the children should also be able to spell a range of words set out by the new curriculum. These will be covered during the year in the spelling list. For a complete list use the following link:
In addition to the above spellings all children are expected to be able to read and spell the first 100 and the next 200 high frequency words by the end of year 2. These can be found using the following links:
All homework needs to be handed in on a Wednesday in their homework books. Children who do not complete the task for the week will need to complete it during Friday afternoon playtime. Please note that homework handed in after Wednesday may not be marked.
Literacy Homework: Friday 7th April 2017, due in Wednesday 26th April 2017
Over the Easter holidays, we would like you to write a short story in your homework book for the following competition:
“For the past eight years, Explore Learning has been inspiring children to write, from the young authors in the making to those a little more reluctant. So far we’ve had over 47 million words written by children eager to win the prestigious first prize – a family trip to Disneyland Paris and £500 worth of books for their school presented! These exciting prizes are presented by our guest judge, and this year none other than Steve Backshall is taking on the role!
Each year, a new theme is created and this year’s theme is ‘The Future’. Children aged 4 – 14 are transported to the year 3017 where a lot of things have changed. They will need to consider the new buildings that have been constructed, new technology that has been invented and the fancy new transport that everyone whizzes around on. We’re looking for the best story of 500 words or fewer which is set one thousand years in the future. Enter before Friday 5 May!
We’re looking for the best story of 500 words or fewer which is set one thousand years in the future. Enter before Friday 5 May!”