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Home learning 23rd - 27th March

 

Please see the recommended timetable. all resources for the activities on the timetable are linked below 

KS2 National Curriculum Tests (SATs)

 

As you are probably aware, we are quickly approaching the KS2 National Curriculum Tests (commonly referred to as SATs). At this point in the year, we would expect all children to be completing revision activities at home. Many of you have purchased revision guides, such as the CGP books which the school offered at the start of the year. This is the perfect time to increase your usage of these revision guides. You should particularly focus on practising the topics which you are finding challenging - not simply going over topics you are already comfortable with!

 

We will be providing children with additional revision materials over the next few weeks. 

Children will also be receiving their previous practise papers. They should look through these and attempt to correct their mistakes, using their revision materials to help them correct their mistakes if necessary.

Home Learning Expectations

 

This year, rather than giving out home learning on a specific day, children will be given a range of activities throughout the week. This may include conducting research for an upcoming topic, editing a draft of their writing or completing an RE activity. This is to ensure a wide variety of home learning projects. We recommend children practise their spellings daily to improve their chances of remembering them and being able to apply them in their writing. In their homework books, we would like children to write the meanings of their spelling list words, as well as write a sentence where they use them correctly. All children have also been given log-ins to Bug Club, My Maths, Times Table Rock Stars and Purple Mash. Children should use these fantastic online resources regularly. Children need to read daily and write comments into their reading logs. If you have any questions, please speak to your Class Teacher.

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