HGJS YEAR 5 HOMEWORK

We will look at the traffic light system on many items of food and identify types of food where hidden sugar and salt can be found. An adult should sign your Home-School Book when you have read and comment on your reading. All children are expected to complete their homework – completing it builds on many skills we develop in school and helps you to strengthen your organisation skills. All children in Year 3 are expected to read each day – you must record your reading in your Home-School diary. Make sure you ask your teacher for help if you are unsure about the task. Each week you are expected to practise your times tables and complete the timed grids in your Home-School book.

Make sure you have your Home-School book available to make a note of these activities. During a Maths lesson your teacher may decide that a little more practise is needed on a particular skill or method – MyMaths activities will be set when this is the case and your Maths teacher will explain what to do and when it should be completed by. Every Friday you will be given a piece of reading comprehension homework. All children in Year 5 are expected to read each day – you must record your reading in your Home-School diary. Children in Year 5 should become increasingly independent in completing their homework and be responsible for ensuring they bring their Home-School Book and Homework Book into school everyday. Make sure you return your book on your allocated day.

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All children in Year 4 are expected to read each day – you must record your reading in your Home-School diary. Children in Year 5 should become increasingly independent in completing their homework and be responsible for ensuring they bring their Home-School Book and Homework Book into school everyday.

Year 6 Welcome – Hall Green Junior School

Each item should be clearly labelled with your child’s name. Every Friday you will be given a piece of reading comprehension homework. Make sure you have your Home-School book available to make a note of these activities.

To homswork the website, click here. This needs to be completed in your homework book by the following Thursday. Each academic year groupings within school are reviewed and changes to these groupings may take place. Sometimes you will have an arithmetic task instead to complete in your homework book.

An adult should sign your Home-School Book when you have read and comment on your reading. It will either be a comprehension based on articles from the newspaper First News or from a fiction text. The Year Group staff are.

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During a Maths lesson your teacher may decide that a little more practise is needed on a particular skill or method – MyMaths activities will be set when this is the case and your Maths teacher will explain what to do and when it should be completed by.

If you get stuck or find something difficult, you must speak to an adult on Monday. Restructuring of the groups is based upon the progress children have made in the ydar academic year.

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All children in Year 5 are expected to read each day – hgjss must record your reading in your Home-School diary. Make sure you ask your teacher for help if you are unsure about the task.

Year 6 Welcome

All children are expected to complete their homework hgus completing it builds on many skills we develop in school and helps you to strengthen your organisation skills.

If you get stuck, or find something difficult, you must speak to an adult before Thursday.

Each Friday you will also be set one piece of maths homework using the MyMaths website. It will homewodk set on Friday to be completed and returned to school by Thursday. Welcome to Year 5.

So we can get our learning off to a quick start please make sure your PE kits is in school everyday – take a look at our prospectus to double check what you need! Please work onlin e and remember to check out on the left hand side of the page after you have completed your tasks.

HGJS Teams – Hall Green Junior School

Year Groups Year 4 Homework Homework All children are expected to complete their homework – completing it builds on many skills we develop in school and helps you to strengthen your organisation skills. This next half term is only 4 weeks so we’ll be very busy cramming in lots of fun and interesting learning opportunities.

Whilst all children in Year 5 will be following the National Curriculum, the groupings will ensure that teaching is tailored to the group’s current needs. Group A – First Hfjs. These must be checked and signed by an adult. We will look at the traffic light system on many items of food and identify types of food where hidden sugar and salt can be found.

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hgjs year 5 homework

Each Wednesday you will be set some arithmetic style questions to be completed in your homework book by the following Tuesday. During this module we will look at how we are able to make informed food choices when we understand food labelling.

If you get stuck, or find something difficult, you must speak to an adult before Tuesday. Group B – First News. During a maths lesson your teacher may decide that a little more practise is needed on a particular skill or method – MyMaths activities will be set, when this is the case and your maths teacher will explain what to do and when it should be completed by.

Every Friday you will be set one piece of arithmetic homework based on number and place value skills you need to practise.

hgjs year 5 homework

Teachers use assessments, class work and teacher observations to determine the best group for each child in each subject area.