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Key Stage 1

Weekly Phonics homework to be completed and returned to school to be marked.

Termly topic homework.  Choose one or more activities and return before the end of term.

Super hero spellings.  Super hero words lists can be taken home, learnt and tested when children are ready.

 

Foundation

Weekly Phonics homework to be completed and returned to school to be marked.

Termly topic homework.  Choose one or more activities and return before the end of term.

 

 

If you require further guidance on how you can support your child please pop and see their class teacher.

 

Here are few key areas you can further support your child with:

Foundation:

Reading and writing their name.

Counting forwards and backwards to 20.

One more, one less than numbers to 20.

Writing numbers to 10 and then 20.

Reading the first tricky words in Phase 2 and 4 - 

 

Year 1

Form letters and numbers correctly.

Reread what they have written.

Talk about the books they have read.

Count forwards and back to 100.

Write numbers to 100.

One more and one less.

Number bonds to 10 and 100.

Count in steps of 2, 5 and 10.

Simple 2D and 3D shapes.

Compare weights and lengths.

Read and write Phase 2 to 5 tricky words.

 

Year 2

Start joining their handwriting correctly.

Write for different purposes - story, letter, information text.

Proof read and edit their writing.

Talk about the books they have read and predict what might happen and why.

Read and write numbers in words to 100.

One more and one less.

Number bonds to 20.

Times tables 2, 5 and 10.  Challenge 3 and 4 times tables.

Divisions 2,5 and 10.  Challenge 3 and 4.

Simple 2D and their lines of symmetry.

Simple 3D shapes and their properties

Read scales - centimeters (cm), metres (m), kilograms (kg), grams (g), litres (l), milliliteres (ml) and degress (oC).

Read and write all 200 high frequency words and spelling rules in Phase 6 (see link below for more guidance).

 

 

In the curriculum page we have also added useful links to websites you can access at home with your child.  Phonics websites are particularly useful for those children who struggle with letters sounds and spellings.

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