Class 2 – Homework

 Read 5 times a week and record your progress on the diary sheets. 

50 points

Write a reply from your imaginary friend to one of your English diary entries

50 points

Practise your spellings 5 times a week and show your practise. Record this on the diary sheets.

 50 points

Research and create a presentation about when Queen victoria was in reign. Finding out 6 interesting facts about her.   

50 points

Write an acrostic poem about life in Victorian times.

30 points

Explain in 4 paragraphs who Oliver Twist was and what was interesting about him.

40 points

Write a newspaper article announcing Queen Victoria’s coronation.

30 points

What food did Victorian’s eat? Design your own menu for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

20 points

Where did Victorian’s go on holiday? Can you draw a labelled picture of the destination/s?

30 points

Practise your times tables 5 times a week and show your practise. Record this on the diary sheets.

Remember to practise the division facts too.

50 points

Write a diary entry for the day in the life of a CHAMP (according to our new behaviour policy). What might this person be seen doing around school and at home?

30 points

Complete a maths challenge each week.

50 points

300 points (Bronze Award).: 380 points (Silver Award) or 420 (Gold Award). The tasks in RED must be completed as these are important for your learning.

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Spellings

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These are the spelling patterns that we will be practising in lessons this half-term. Please practise your spellings 5 times a week at home.

Week 1

Week 2

Week 3

Words with the /ʃ/ sound spelt ‘ch’ and the /ʌ/ sound spelt ‘ou’

Words ending in the /g/ sound spelt ‘-gue’ and the /k/ sound spelt ‘que’

Adding suffixes beginning with vowel letters to words of more than one syllable (‘-ing’, ‘-er’, ‘-en’, ‘-ed’)

touch

young

double

country

trouble

couple

cousin

courage

encourage

flourish

nourish

chalet

chef

machine

brochure

parachute

chute

league

tongue

catalogue

dialogue

epilogue

vague

rogue

antique

unique

boutique

picturesque

mosque

cheque

forgetting

forgotten

beginning

beginner

begging

hugged

grabbed

hopping

hoping

prefer

preferred

gardener

gardening

limiting

limitation

limited

Week 4

Week 5

Week 6

Suffixes ‘-ness’ and ‘-ful’ following a consonant

The /g/ sound spelt ‘gu’

Spelling Test Week

sadness

happiness

darkness

prettiness

laziness

hopeless

homeless

 

helpful

painful

hopeful

careful

 

 

guide

guitar

guard

guest

guidebook

guardian

guarantee

guess

 

20-word test of a mixture of spellings following the patterns over the last 5 weeks.