This is the holiday homework for Year 2. While this will not be formally marked in September, Mr. Crow and Ms. Maximin are looking forward to sharing and celebrating the work at the start of the new academic year when your children move to Year 3.
This is the homework given to the children in reception for the summer holiday. While this work will not be formally marked in September, Miss Guay and Mrs. Gillott are looking forward to sharing and celebrating the work when your children return to school and begin Year 1.Reception Holiday Homework
This is the homework given to Year 5 for the summer holiday. While it will not be marked, Ms. Bynoe and Ms. Mcleod are looking forward to sharing and celebrating the work with the children on their first day in Year 6.
This is the homework given out to Year 3 children for the summer holiday. The project is meant to be fun and exciting. While the homework will not be marked, Mr. Vidal and Ms. Gradley are looking forward to seeing what the children bring in on their first day in Year 4.
During the summer holiday, you may want some ideas to keep your children exploring and learning. Here are some sites which may prove useful.
BBC Bitesize give activities for children to do to continue their learning in English, maths and science.
Newsround will help your child keep up to date with current issues and news. The programme is designed for children and makes new accessible to them.
Woodlands Junior School as some resources you can access for different curriculum areas.
Topmarks has some resources for different subjects arranged by year group.
www.kidinfo.com is another site with interactive resources and games as well as reference materials.
Barclays Bank have developed a site where children can explore coding, an important part of the computing curriculum.
And for the historians? Try the British Museum.
Have a restful and safe summer.
Please see below the homework which will be given to children in Year 3. We learnt about time earlier in the year. This is a chance for the children to revise what they know about adding on or taking away hours. There is an example which the children will have been shown in class and this also show you how we want the work set out.
Mr. Crow and Miss CleggMaths Homework 29th June