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Queen Eleanor's C of E Junior School

Queen Eleanor's C of E Junior School"A caring, supportive community, grounded in a Christian ethos, where children are inspired to explore their potential and develop skills for life."

Homework

From now on, apart from spellings, the homework sheets will no longer be printed off for every child. 

Please talk to your class teacher directly if you need a printed copy. 

Please ensure that you listen to your child read at least 3 times a week and record in their homework diaries as these will checked weekly by your child's class teacher.

If your child is already a proficient reader, they are expected to update their reading records themselves, however we request for you to sign their reading records weekly before Friday.

All homework will be set on Monday.

Through the year, we undertake ILTs (Independent Learning Tasks). These tasks allow the children to work more on their own (though with our support and advice, naturally) and really show what they can do in extending themselves. The ILTs are as follows:

· Autumn Term – Pop-up Book

· Spring Term –Bridges

· Summer Term – Welcome to QE Booklet

To download the year 6 ILT, please click the link below.

ILT Egyptian pop-up book

Homework wc 19.02.24

This week's spellings are words Statutory words from the Year 6 spelling list. The children only need to practise the spellings they are set for a test on Monday 26th February 2024.

The children will complete a mental maths test on Friday 23rd February. Attached is a copy of the last mental test Year 6 completed if the children want to see which questions they got wrong or practise efficient mental strategies.

In their CGP books, they need to complete pages 59 - 62 of the English books and pages 37 - 39 of the maths. These need to be completed by Monday 26th February 2024.

The children have also been set their second ILT titled 'Bridges' which is due in on Monday 25th March. See the attachment below for more information.

For British Science Week, we are taking part in the nationwide poster competition. This year, the theme is TIME. You could create a poster showing how a certain type of technology has changed over time, or even the advancement of time-telling technology itself. Budding poster makers could also go futuristic show us how they think the world might look in years to come, or perhaps look at nature – lifecycles, lifespans, evolution and hibernation – nature is full of timely topics. The rules are it must be one page of A4 or A3, it can be completed as a team or as an individual, it must be original and created by the students – you can’t use a template. Posters will be judged in three categories: Creativity, Content, Effective Communication. Entries must be handed to Miss Oliver by the 15th March.