Homework 19.1.24

In Y3/4 and we are still working hard on returning to a good routine to support our children in their learning.

This week all children are required to access TTRS and EdShed to complete homework tasks. Please see below for details.

  1. Log on to TTRS and play any game (Studio, Gig or Soundcheck). You also need to play for 10 minutes each night to earn points for your class. The Battle this week is Year 3 Vs Year 4. Which year group will be crowned champions of this tournament?
  2. Log on to EdShed and complete your assignment. You have an assignment to complete this week, as well as playing your regular Spelling Shed games to practise your spellings. It is important for you to practise your spellings as often as you can (for at least ten minutes each time) to get ready for your weekly spelling test.

All staff have access to these programs and are able to monitor which children have completed tasks/games/assignments set. Please encourage your child to complete their homework at home.

Any questions please ask a member of staff before Tuesday 23rd January.

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