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Primary 5 Homework for Thursday 14th of October

Dear Primary 5 families,

As you know, we are going to the Georgian House today, so as we would then have only 3 days to practise our spelling patterns, we shall only have numeracy homework this week. This you can find on Education City as usual, with a focus on the times tables we have revised far: 2, 3, 4, 5. Please also take some time to practise the tables verbally throughout the week.  

Any device or internet issues, please just let me know.

I hope you all have a lovely week. 

Kind regards,

Mrs Harrison

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Primary 5 Homework for Thursday, 7th of October

Dear Primary 5 families,

I hope you all had a lovely weekend. The homework for this week will follow a similar format as last week. There are 6 activities assigned to you on Education City for numeracy (please look out for your login details which were sent home in letters).

For spelling this week, our words follow our new pattern of wh.

whale

what

when

where

which

whisper

whistle

white

who

why

Please have a go at the active spelling task outlined below to practise at home (you can jump instead if you wish!).

Hop on one foot as you spell words, this is a great exercise in balance.

I hope you all have a lovely week.

Kind regards,

Mrs Harrison

Primary 5 Blog

Primary 5 Homework for Thursday, 30th of September

Dear Primary 5 families,

From this week, we shall be consolidating our learning at home once again. For the first few weeks, this shall take place on either Education City or Active Learn.

For Thursday, 30th of September, there are 6 numeracy activities on Education City and 1 spelling activity to help revise our spelling pattern for the week: -tch.

stretch

catch

stitch

match

switch

thatch

kitchen

watch

clutch

sketch

 

An ICT code of Conduct was issued on Friday, please do return this as soon as you can. 

If you have any difficulties accessing your account or with connectivity at home, please do let me know and we can come to a solution.

I hope you all have a lovely week.

Kind regards,

Mrs Harrison