Tuesday, 17 December 2019


Reading Books

 
For some reason I though today was Wednesday so I started changing reading books. If your child has brought home new reading books today, it is not necessary to bring them again tomorrow. If they do not have their books today, please send them in tomorrow (Wed) as normal to be changed. Please send the library books in on Thursday as normal. We will use the big library folder to send home some of their Christmas work too.





Homework for the holidays.
 

Some parents have requested work for the holidays and others do not want any.  School has suggested that each class should have 2 or 3 pieces of work, which is what I will send home on Thursday.

On Wednesday the children will bring home most of the work they have done this term so you can look through that and practice things they have struggled with. They will also bring home the maths book. Not all of the pages are completed so they can complete that too if they wish, but it is not necessary to return it.  (See note inside the maths book)

Any child who completes the homework sheets will be given a sticker if they return it. If you choose not to do it, or to do it in January,  that is fine too.
 

Many children also need to practise their handwriting. Unfortunately, it is the most boring task there is. Perhaps they can draw a picture for their Grandparents (or whoever) saying thank you for their present, but insist that the writing MUST be there BEST HANDWRITING.  Doing your best writing for a reason, rather than just doing a sheet, is more effective.
 
 

 

 

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