It’s Science Week! (5th March – 14th March) and the theme is ‘Innovating for the future’
To celebrate this special week, we are hosting a poster competition all around this theme!
Read the letter below for more details:
(Please hand in all entries to your child’s Class Teacher by Friday 26th March so they can be judged)
Homework Week Beginning 7/12/20
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Homework - Half Term
Operation Christmas Child
Would you like to help another child this Christmas?
Read the letter below to find out how you can take part in the Shoebox Appeal:
Homework Week Beginning 12/10/20
Maths and English
Homework Week Beginning 5/10/20
Maths and English
Homework Week Beginning 28/09/20
Add expanded noun phrases to these simple sentenses.
Eg. The dog went on a walk = The happy, brown dog went on a long, rural walk.
Have a go at these:
- The Viking wore a belt.
- A monster destroyed the village.
- The Viking went to Valhalla.
Homework Week Beginning 21/09/20
Order the following numbers from smallest to largest. Pick your chilli challenge (mild, spicy, or hot!)
Mild: 590, 620, 150, 880, 810.
Spicy: 1,693 7,281 4,825 1,382 4,826 7,911.
Hot: 146,382 836,669 444,444 193,000 837,998 146,392.
Write a letter back to Arthur in reply to your letter addressed to Atrix. Remember to include an address and 'Dear Arthur' at the top of your letter as well as a sign off at the end saying who your letter is from.
Homework Week Beginning 14/09/20
Create your own collage out of old magazines and newspapers.
Calling all Norbridge Eco Warriors!
Next week is #RecycleWeek2020.
We know many of you are already great at recycling at home and in school. To promote this message, we are holding a whole school competition. All you have to do is design your own Recycling logo to go on the recycling bin in your classroom.
Create your designs at home and then tweet a picture so they can be judged by our School Council. Make sure your design is bright and bold so it stands out for all of your class to see and to prompt them to recycle their waste. You may wish to personalise the logo to match your class bird. Please tweet your logos to your own class and @NorbridgeEco by Friday 25th September. We cannot wait to see all of your fantastic logos!