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St Joseph's Catholic Primary School

Growing with Jesus

 

 

Reading Books are changed on Wednesdays. 

Bug Club is available for other reading material and library books are changed on Thursdays. 

 

Please ensure that PE kits are in school every day. 

         

Set: Friday 15th March

Due: Tuesday 26th March

English

Reading comprehension  task (see sheets in your book). This week's reading, as it is Science week, is linked to our Science topic of animals and lifecycles. 

Please remember to keep practising the Year 1 & 2 Common Exception Words. 

Please read for at least ten minutes every day! 

Spellings 

Words to be tested Friday 22nd March - with ‘s’ as /zh/

  1. unusual
  2. usual
  3. treasure
  4. measure
  5. pleasure
  6. television
  7. division
  8. conclusion
  9. division
  10. revision
  11. explosion  

Words to be tested Friday 29th March - Words ending ‘ful’, ‘ment’, ‘ness’ and ‘less’

  1.     painless
  2.     harmless
  3.     careful
  4.     wonderful
  5.      painful
  6.      cheerful
  7.      sadness
  8.     darkness
  9.      kindness
  10.      appointment
  11.      enjoyment
  12.      entertainment
  13.      closeness
  14.      selfishness

 

Spelling challenge: Can you think of any other words that fit this pattern?

 

Continue to revise the Y1 & Y2 common exception words. 

 

Use phonics play to revise phonics sounds to support spellings - http://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/index.htm

(The password for this should be stuck to the front, inside cover of your homework book.)

Maths

My maths - block charts and pictograms activities. Please work through the lessons as well as completing the activities.  

TT rockstars  (see login and passwords provided)

RE

Please work through the 'Ten:Ten' monthly newsletter together. 

Discuss our Value & Virtue for this half term: Learned and wise

 

 

Science

 

British Science Week Poster Competition

British Science Week runs from 8th – 17th March 2019. The theme this year is ‘Journeys.' For your homework, can you create your own poster about journeys? The top 5 entries will be sent away to the national competition for your chance to win a range of prizes. The poster must be 2D either A4 or A3. You can create your poster with a group or friends, siblings or on your own.  

Please ensure names, ages & school are on the back of your poster.

Complete and return by Friday 29th March.

 

 

Presentation
Please ensure that you follow the school presentation rules in the same way that you would in your school books. Use pencil for writing and coloured pencils for pictures. Please don't stick lots of sheets into your books.
Please refer to the homework section of the website for further information.

 Please stick in any sheets of work. 

English 

We have been reading some fantastic books in English. 

First we looked at Roald Dahl's The Minipins. 

           

Then we explored 'The Day the Crayons Quit'.

Can you guess which colour we are representing in our freeze frames? 

  

    

 

 

Maths 

We have been working hard in maths on place value and  addition and subtraction using fact families. 

Science 

What materials are things made out of? We have been busy investigating the properties of materials.

RE

In RE we have been learning about the Old testament characters and the special (and often difficult) jobs that God gave them. 

Can you name these characters and the special jobs they were given?

                               

 

 

Our very 'colourful' assembly about the Harvest.

 

Topic Week - The Great Fire of London

Baking Bread - but not in Pudding Lane and not with Thomas Farriner! 

                  

                  

                  

Acting out scenes from 1666!

                                                     

 

Learning to write diaries with ink and a quill, just like Samuel Pepys.