Homework – 9.11.23

  1. Log on to TTRS and compete in the England Rocks Tournament.
  2. Log on to TTRS and compete in our in school Battle, this week it is 2SS v 2BH V 2HH. Which class group will be crowned champions of this tournament?
  3. This half term we have a project homework based on our new topic Rocks, Relics and Rumbles! Read below to find out all about your challenge – this week begin to plan and generate your ideas on what you would like to produce.

Gold, silver and bronze

Our topic this half term is called Rocks, Relics and Rumbles!

We would like you to be inspired by our topic and create your own project to showcase your knowledge this half term.

Your project must be handed in no later than Tuesday 12th December!

This is a non-negotiable task and all children must complete a project by this date as we will be presenting our work as part of a show and tell lesson.

A prize per class will be given to a child who has demonstrated 100% effort, creativity and enthusiasm in their homework project. This will be voted for by the children during our show and tell session.

You may choose to do your project in any way, shape or form. Here are some ideas:

You could: create a model, artwork, papier mache, science project, poster, fact file – anything that gets your creative juices flowing and is linked to our topic!

If you require any resources to help you with your project please don’t hesitate to ask your class teacher and we will do our best to accommodate your request if we have them in school.

Again … your project must be completed at home as homework and handed in by Tuesday 12th December – this will replace your weekly written homework for this half term only.

Your online challenges and spellings will continue to be set each week and monitored for your participation.

Parents – we thank you for all of your support as always 🙂

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