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Welcome Falcons

Can I just say how excited I am to be teaching you this year. You have already shown me what a brilliant bunch of children you are during our transition morning and I cannot wait to see this again in our Autumn Term and beyond!

Mr Dalton 

 

This is your Falcon Class page where you can find lots of important information about the year ahead including: spellings, topic breakdowns, revision information and most importantly, your weekly homework tasks. 

General Information

 

Class Teacher - Mr Dalton

Other Adults - Miss Houghton, Mrs Yeowell

P.E - Monday (Outdoor) and Wednesday (Indoor) On P.E days children must come to school in their kit. 

Please ensure correct Balliol P.E kit is worn (this can be purchased from the office). Any additional kit worn (such as a warm outer layer for the colder months) must be plain and black or dark-blue in colour. 

Children MUST have appropriate trainers for outdoor lessons.

 

Weekly Homework Information

Homework will be set each week on a Friday and will most often be in for the following Friday. As well as homework that is set there will be standing homework tasks to be completed each week without me specifically 'setting' them. 

 

Standing Homework Tasks

This is homework that will not be specifically set but there is an expectation that children complete it each week.

 

- Spelling. Practice daily. Children will receive personalised spelling to practise in school, they will also bring a copy home in a small spelling book to practise at home. Their spellings will also be posted on here with homework each week. Children may also wish to use SpellingFrame to practise any spelling patterns they find difficult. 

 

- Reading. 15+ minutes daily. Your child will have a school book they can read at home; when finished this book can be returned and swapped. Please question your child about what they have read. A copy of our comprehension scheme with example questions is posted below.

 

- Timestables. Practice as often as possible (daily). TTRockstars is a great way to do this.

 

Resources for these can be found below.

 

Set Homework Tasks

This is homework that will be set on Friday each week.

 

-Homework Books, Set every week (Maths one week, English/Comprehesion the next) on a Friday. In for the following Friday. These books are extremely precious and it is important they are kept safe and neat. The tasks set in them will link with the weeks work.

 

- MyMaths, Set every week on a Friday. In for the following Friday. These tasks are important as they link with and consolidate the weeks maths lessons. MyMaths logins are found in the back of children's homework diaries. 

 

- Topic Tasks, Set as appropriate.

 

- Examples of other optional home learning tasks may be found on our termly topic news letters.

                                                                               

Homework

Homework Set - 15th October 2021 Due In - 22nd October 2021

Maths Homework Book Pages: 12, 13, 14, 15 (Addition, Subtraction, Rounding and Checking)

MyMaths - Line Graphs

Homework Set - 8th October 2021 Due In - 15th October 2021

English Homework Book Pages: 52, 53, 54, 55 (Brackets and Dashes for Extra Information)

Comprehension Homework Book Pages: No Pages This Week

Homework Set - 1st October 2021 Due In - 8th October 2021

French Country Poster - Madame Kaler, our French teacher, has asked the children to create a poster with information on a Francophone country (country that speaks French). 

There will be a prize for those children who produce the best poster and they will be displayed on a new French board in school. 

A link to Madam Kaler's website can be found below. 

Homework Set - 24th September 2021 Due In - 1st October 2021

English Homework Book Pages: 24 and 25 (Prepositions)

Comprehension Homework Book Pages: 6-7 (BK 1 Why Recycle?) (BK2 Baby Birds)

Homework Set - 17th September 2021 Due In - 20th September 2021

Maths Homework Book Pages: 7, 8 and 10 (Place Value, Ordering, Rounding) 

MyMaths - Place Value

Homework Set - 10th September 2021 Due In - 17th September 2021

English Homework Book Pages: 4, 5 and 8 (Nouns, Verbs and Adjectives) 

Comprehension Homework Book Pages: 2-3 (The Word Party)

                                                                               

Spellings

Key Words 1

Key Words 2

Year 3 and 4 Spelling Words

Year 5 and 6 Spelling Words

Spelling Practice Activities

Spelling Practice - Spelling Frame

This does not replace the children's weekly spelling words but is an extra tool that they can use to revise any spellings in a fun way.

                                                                               

Reading

Comprehension Scheme - Reading VIPERS

                                                                               

Timestables

Timestables Practice - TTRockstars
Timestables Practice - Tests

Maths Practice - Written Methods

A breakdown of the written methods for: addition, subtraction, multiplication and division, that we teach at Balliol can be found in the front of the children's homework planners and there are video links below to show the steps to each method. 

Most of the video links are American, with slightly different vocabulary than the children are used to, but they present each method well. 

                                                                               

French

 

If you would like to find out more about what we have been doing in French with Madame Kaler, watch useful videos or find more information about challenges that she has set you, you can find all this here: https://www.petite-etoile.co.uk/balliol-primary

 

The current topic is: Francophone countries (Countries that speak French)

                                                                               

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