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It has been super to see how many of you are reading and are thoroughly enjoying the books you are currently reading, keep up the great work! Reading is a part of your weekly homework. Ideally you should be spending around ten to fifteen minutes each day reading your book. Even though you are now becoming more independent readers, you may still want to discuss your reading with an adult at home, or perhaps even try and persuade them to read to you sometimes!

We should see evidence of what you have been reading, along with a brief comment, in your reading journal, which should be in school every day. If you are struggling to find something to read, then talk to us and we will do our best to help. If we can see you are struggling to make time to read at home, we will take some time to discuss this with you during a break or lunchtime so we can help you to overcome this issue. 





 Times tables are a fundamental part of maths and if you have rapid recall of these, you will find many elements of maths much easier. To help with this we expect you to practise your times tables every week. For maths homework this week, we have set up a soundcheck and battle on Timestable Rockstars. Get rockin'!

This week in Maths, we have been exploring division. Here are a range of questions for you to practise your short division skills. Choose the level which you think is right for you:


If you have been working on your times tables and multiplication this week rather than division, here is your homework. Remember to use a place value grid to help you. You can draw one of these in your homework book. 

This is not homework, but it is something you might be interested in doing. Scientists are trying to count the number of Walruses in the world to help determine the effect that climate change is having on their population and they are looking for volunteers to help them do this. It involves looking at satelite images and counting what you see. If you are under 13, you will need parental consent to particpate. You will find all the details on the link below.


Walrus from space

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