Homework - General
*Please let your teacher know, on a Monday, if you had any problems with the homework.
Times Tables Rock Stars
Each week you will be completing regular times tables practice. It is important that you do this little and often. You will be set a certain number of levels to complete each week, which can be found in the maths homework section of your Learning Journey.
Reading Homework Information:
All children at HGJS are expected to read each day - you must record your reading in your Learning Journey. Every Friday you will be given a piece of reading comprehension homework, set in Reading Eggspress or the Rivers Activity book. This needs to be completed by the following Thursday.
Arithmetic and Bar Model Homework Information:
Each week you will be set some arithmetic style questions to be completed in your homework book by the following Tuesday. Every Friday your maths teacher will share with you a problem that can be solved using a bar model. You will have a similar question to solve at home using your new bar model skills.
MyMaths Homework Information:
During a maths lesson your teacher may decide that a little more practise is needed on a particular skill or method - MyMaths activities will be set when this is the case and your maths teacher will explain what to do and when it should be completed by. The homework task will be written in your Learning Journey.
The details to log in to the site are:
You then need to enter your own personal username and password to log in to 'my portal' and access your task.
Make sure you ask your teacher for help if you are unsure about any of the homework tasks you have been set.
You can access the school's Britannica page by clicking here.
The login is HGJS followed by your surname (without a space). For example - HGJSKhan
Homework - Current
Mathletics has been set up for you to access and complete topics we have covered this half term. Click here to find out more about Mathletics
Please remember to bring in your bunting into school on Monday 23rd May. Try and be as creative as you can with what you have and use red, white and blue as your colour scheme.
We can't wait to see what you come up with.
Arithmetic click here
Bar Model click here
Reading Comprehension click here to go to the reading website
Reading - A street Dog Named Pup
During this half term you maybe asked to read part of the book at home. Make sure you check this part of the website to find a copy of what you need to read.
Chapter 3 click here
Chapter 5 click here
Chapter 7 click here
Write out the key points of the chapter ready to write a plot summary.
Mrs Hancock's Reading Group
In preparation for next week's session, please listen to the following part of our story. You will need to be ready to read this to Mrs Hancock so you might want to practise it a number of times.