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It was lovely to see so many parents at the Year 5 class assembly yesterday, the children produced a marvellous portrayal of the work they have undertaken since the beginning of term. Well done Year 5 - Reception Open Days 16th October and 5th November - See Calendar for times
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Church of England Community Academy

Spellings and Homework

Times Tables

 

The children need to be practising their 2, 3, 5 and 10s 

 

Hit the button is a great website to help them. See link below. 

Common Exception Words

 

It is really important that your children can spell these common exception words in their writing consistently. We do send these out weekly as their spellings but any extra work you can do at home to help your children remember will only help.

 

Suffixes

 

In year 2, pupils move towards more word-specific knowledge of spelling, including homophones.

 

The process of spelling should be emphasised: that is, that spelling involves segmenting spoken words into phonemes and then representing all the phonemes by graphemes in the right order.

 

At this stage children’s spelling should be phonically plausible, even if not always correct.  

 

Pupils should be encouraged to apply their knowledge of suffixes from their word reading to their spelling (-ed    –est   -ing  -er   -ful)

 

For example, adding -ed to past tense verbs:

jumped (DO NOTHING rule: there is a short vowel,but 2 letters after it, so we can just add the suffix)

stopped (DOUBLE UP rule: there is a short vowel followed by only one letter, so we double the last consonant/letter and then add -ed)

danced (DROP E rule-  the root word ends in e so we drop this and then add -ed)

tried (the root word ends in a y so the rule is- drop the y change it to an 'i' and then add -ed)


Adding –er and –est to make comparisons. These suffixes also follow the rules above.

 

Big > bigger > biggest

Small > smaller > smallest

 

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Working at the Expected Standard - The Day the Crayons Quit (KS1 Reading)

'The Day the Crayons Quit' read by a child Working at the Expected Standard for Year 2

'The Day the Crayons Quit'- Working Towards the Expected Standard

English

 

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GPS

 

The National Curriculum states: Once pupils have learnt more than one way of spelling particular sounds, choosing the right letter or letters depends on their either having made a conscious effort to learn the words or having absorbed them less consciously through their reading. 

 

We have added below the web address for the sample SATs paper for GPS.

 

https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/526093/KS1_English_GPS_Paper_2_questions_PDFA.pdf

 

 

Maths

 

 

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Science

 

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KS1 Sample Papers

 

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