For homework we would like you to complete the measure problems attached.
‘Good Luck’ Challenge – Commonwealth Games 2022
Bring the Power, Birmingham 2022’s Youth Programme, is inviting young people aged 4 to 14 to send in good luck artwork and letters to welcome athletes to the Commonwealth Games this summer.
A selection of artwork and letters will be rewarded with some fantastic prizes that include a potential attendance to the dress-rehearsal of the opening ceremony!
- Schools and youth groups in the Birmingham and West Midlands region are eligible to take part in both the letter writing and artwork challenges.
- Schools and youth groups across England are eligible to take part in the artwork challenge.
Please see the website link below to see more information about the challenge. The templates for the Letter Writing Challenge and Artwork Challenge have also been included below.
This is optional homework that could provide a fantastic opportunity for your child to attend the dress rehearsal of the Commonwealth Games opening ceremony!
The deadline for entries to both challenges is Tuesday 10th May 2022 so this allows us to post in the entries via postal entry.
Happy writing and drawing!
#getyourcommonwealthon #goTEAMEngland #artandwritingskills
This week for homework we would like you to draw your favourite superhero from a book you may have read or a film/tv series you may have watched. Describe what your superhero is like using complete sentences.
For homework please can your child complete the reading comprehension attached. It is important they try and read it themselves and underline the answer in the text before writing their answer down. If your child is struggling with the reading please read the text and the questions to them and verbally discuss the answers.
Mrs Shah & Mrs Coe
As our topic in Science is materials, we would like you to research the contributions made to materials by JB Dunlop.
On Wednesday the 23rd of March we will be celebrating World Maths Day. Our theme will be Alice in Wonderland. For homework, we would like you to design a Mad Hatter’s maths themed hat. Prizes will be given to the most creative hat. Have fun!
We are currently learning about the Great Fire of London, and we will be learning about firefighters and writing about them in our English work. For homework this week we would like you to find out information about firefighters.
What do they wear?
What jobs and responsibilities do they have?
What equipment do they use? Etc
This week for homework we would like you to explore fractions with your child. Use practical equipment or draw images to help your child understand what a fraction is. Focus on a half, a quarter, 2 quarters, 3 quarters, a whole, 1 third and 2 thirds.
Mrs Shah and Mrs Coe
After the half term break, we will be learning about the London. For homework we would like you to research information about London e.g., landmarks, forms of transport, history of London etc.