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Ash class were set an interesting homework last week, creating a new way of counting in the Stone Age! The children used imaginative ways to record these. Here are just a few!
Please complete one of the following to be used in lessons on Thursday 27th. Research a famous scientist – e.g. where were they born, what did they work on, where did they learn about their subjects, if they are dead – when did they die? Or Find out about a science story that is in … Continue reading
Topic book covers is the subject of these weeks homework. The covers should be A4 sized, but leave yourself a boarder, as they will be trimmed to fit onto your books. Here is the sheet that I gave you today if you want to do it on the computer that is fine, but please remember to include … Continue reading
Here is OW’s topic based homework for this week. It is due in on Monday. Homework Friday 19th April They also have Education city homework online that should be completed by monday and their reading comprehensions are also due back on Monday. The comprehensions are either “The Quarrel” or “Birdtalk”. I look forward to seeing … Continue reading
Please collect and bring in a range of boxes to explore during maths and technology. You can open them out into their nets to make it easier to bring them into school.
Here is the topic homework for OW and PG. If you find that it is easier using the colour pictures, that is absolutely fine. I look forward to seeing your amazing instructions on Monday. PG and OW topic homework
I must say that I am in awe of the talent here at LJS (don’t mess with LJS). I may be prejudiced, but I think that OW is the most talented class in the school. The quality of the finalists, shows just how high the level of competition was for all the children who auditioned … Continue reading
I hope that you are all making the most of the snowy weather. This is also a great time to think about our topic. We have been thinking about world war 2 in class, and we are going to start thinking about evacuation. What do the children think that they would pack into a small … Continue reading