The children have done some great work since we've started back at school. They have produced some amazing artwork introducing themselves to the rest of the school.
Each class has also been learning about an inspirational woman, we have learnt about the author Onjali Q Raúf and created portraits of her. This art will be on display in the hall alongside the work from the other classes.
This week we are looking at homophones. These are words that sound the same but are spelt differently. It is important the children understand when to use each spelling and not just how to spell them. They should write a sentence for each work to show they understand this.
You will find a 2do on Purple Mash that will help you practise your spellings
This week's maths is on Purple Mash.
School Council Speech
This week you should write a speech explaining why you would be a good school councillor. You should write the speech even if you don’t want to be considered for the role. It's good practise to think about your strengths and to try and persuade people.
Here are some things to include.
Have a lovely weekend,
Don't forget... we have PE on Monday so please come in your PE kit.
Learn all the spellings from the list.
This week’s spellings are linked to our topic for this term. The children will be using them lots in their writing so it will help them if they can recall the spellings quickly.
Write a sentence using each spelling.
Research the Romans and find out at least 5 facts about them.
Can you make your newly found information into a fact-file?
You will find a fact-file template on Purple Mash that you should try to use.