Homework in Robins will be set via Education City. The procedure for accessing this remains unchanged: all you need is your child's ' Wonde' password and an Internet enabled device. There is a copy of the Wonde password in your child's reading record book if you need it. Click on the link below, and follow the instructions to log into Wonde. You will then be able to access your child's Google Classroom as well as the 'My City' homework that has been set for them on Education City by their teacher.
Homework will be set in Maths and English and will be set on a Thursday to be completed by the Tuesday. Mrs Harrison will check on Education City that the homework has been completed and children will be rewarded for completing it.
We now have a full subscription to 'Numbots' and we ask that children aim to play 5 'games' a week. Each level gets progressively harder, so it is a great way to increase children's basic number fluency, understanding of number and addtion and subtraction.
Reading is THE most important thing you can do with your child at home. The expectation is that your child will read at home every night. If they do not have an opportunity to read to someone at home then they will have an opportunity to read at break time so they do not fall behind with their reading. Please ensure that you record in the reading record book when your child has read at home. Reading books will be changed on a Monday and Thursday. If you finish a book please make it clear that the book has been finished and you require a new book on book change day.
If the book is finished before book change day, please still read with your child. This can be the same book again, which is great for fluency and understanding of the text, or alternatively this can be a book that you have at home, or even a book from the Oxford Owls website. The login details for Oxford Owls are: Username: SquirrelsWSPA Password: WSPA
Just make sure you record the date, the name of the book read and a comment in the reading record book.
Children will be sent home with new sheets in their phonics folders each Thursday and these will be taken in and marked the following Thursday. The phonics sheets always link to the alternative spellings that the children are learning that week in their phonics sessions.