Feb 09
Key Stage One Homework - 9.2.18

​Due in 2.3.18

Rainforests

After half term, we will be learning about the rainforests.  As there is three weeks until this homework is due in, (there is an INSET day and then half term), could you please make either a rainforest or something you would find in a rainforest.  We are really looking forward to seeing your imaginative creations. 

Feb 02
Key Stage One Homework - 2.2.18

(Due in: 9.2.18)


Signs of Winter
In our topic, we are now learning about the UK seasons.  Over the week, could you look out for any signs of winter all around you, such as icy windows, frost, woolly hats, scarves, coats etc.   You could go on a winter walk and spot signs of winter within nature, such as bare trees, dead-looking plants etc.  Could you please draw what you find neatly into your book.  



Jan 26
Key Stage One - Homework - 26.1.18
​(Due in: 2.2.18)

Weather
In our topic, we are now moving on to learning about the weather in the UK.  For your homework, could you please record the daily weather for a few days.  Think about the temperature, wind, rain and sunshine.  Please record it on the table below. 



Jan 19
Key Stage One Homework - 19.1.18
(Due in: 26.1.18)

Information Books

As part of our English work this week, we have been looking at information books.  For your homework, could you please read an information book together with your child, (if you don’t have one, you could use information pages on the internet).  See how many features of a non-fiction book you can spot, such as contents pages, sub headings, diagrams, photos, captions, glossary, facts, index and lists.  Please make a list of the features that you have spotted in your text.  

(Don’t forget that the school library is open on a Thursday after school if you need to borrow an information book!)



Jan 16
Key Stage one - Homework - 12.1.18

(Due in: 19.1.18)

Antarctic

For our topic about 'The Emperor's Egg', we are trying to get a feel for how cold it is in the Antarctic, so for your homework, could you make an ice shape and then watch it slowly melt when it comes out of the freezer.  You could use a yoghurt pot, or you could fill a rubber glove with water to make a hand shape.  It would be useful for the children to see that the water, (a liquid) has turned into ice, (a solid), and back again.  Please draw the different stages in your book. ​


Jan 08
Key Stage one homework - 5.1.18

(Due in: 12.1.18)


​Antarctic

Our new topic for this half term is based around the book of ‘The Emperor’s Egg’, and features life in the Antarctic.  To get our topic started, can the children please find out at least 4 facts about the Antarctic and write/draw them neatly in their books. 






Dec 13
1T loved meeting Santa.

​We have had a very special visitor!

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Dec 13
Party time!

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Dec 11
2SW's Elf on the shelf

​Love is in the air!!!!!!!

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Dec 08
2SW's Elf on a shelf.

Oh Ernie, you are naughty!  Have you painted on the mirror and left footprints everywhere????

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