Homework 14.02.20

We hope you have a great week off school during half term. To ensure that your brains don’t completely shut down, we have set you some homework. As always, for the maths workbook, check your work using the answers at the back or in the middle of the book.

Maths homework

Miss Brown’s group: purple book pages 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and pages 58 and 59. White book pages 20 and 21.
Mrs Crowhurst’s group: Purple book pages 32, 33, 48, 49, 50 and 51
Mrs Hallsworth’s group: ordering decimals worksheet

6C- you have been set a reading comprehension from the English home learning booklet. It is comprehension 5.
6T- you have been given a booklet of World War 2 related comprehension tasks. You are to complete the first task only.


You have been given a booklet of grammar tests. You are to complete the first test only.

6T: This week, we are looking at spellings that belong to the same family of words. The particular root word that we are going to look at this week is ‘mit’. ‘mit’ comes from the Latin word that means ‘to send’. In many words, it can also mean ‘to miss’.
commit, committee, transmit, submit, commitment, emit, permit, intermittent, omit, unremitting


As you know, we are starting our topic of World War 2 when we return to school after the half term break. You have been given a knowledge organiser which you should look at everyday to try and remember the key dates and events. There will be a quiz at the end of the topic.

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