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Week 14 - 13th July

Hiya Willow Class,

 

It was so great to see some of you last week and I'm so excited to see you if you are coming into school this week. Mr Gates has got some really fun activities for you to do whilst your here and he can't wait to meet you..

 

If you are in school on Tuesday you will need to start on Tuesday's work on Wednesday, then it's up to you if you want to do Friday's work on Monday next week. 

 

This is the last week of home schooling (hopefully) so will be the last work I will put on the website before September (when we will hopefully all be back at school again). I just wanted to say thank you so much for such a lovely year, even if has been cut short! You've all been so brilliant during this strange time and we are all incredibly proud of you. Have a lovely summer and enjoy yourselves and I will look forward to seeing you all in September.

 

Stay safe and have fun, 

 

Mrs Stonehouse laugh

 

Week 14

Spellings – Homophones and near-homophones. Remember these are words that sound the same but mean different things and are spelt differently. You need to learn which spelling means which thing, as well as how to spell them. smiley

 

                    there               

                  they're             

                    their               

                    two

                     to

                    too

                    here

                   hear

                    see

                    sea

 

Potential activities:

Three times: Can you write each of your spelling words three times. Once in pencil, then in crayon or coloured pencil. Then finally in felt tips. Remember to write neatly!

Here is a link to a website with lots of games to help you practice your spellings: https://spellingframe.co.uk/spelling-rule/105/28-Homophones-and-near-homophones 

 

Project

In our Katie story this week one of the paintings is of St George. Your project this week is to find out about St George. Who was he? Why was he important? What can you find out?

I would love to see what you find out and how you present your research smileyyes

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The school is now closed for the summer holidays. We open again for children on Monday 7th September. Information for families during the summer is in Key Information - Summer 2020.
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