My Maths Homework Club KS2
Thursday lunchtime - 12.15 - 1pm
Mrs Joyce's room (Poldark)
Sumdog Club KS1
Wednesday lunchtime - 12.30 - 1pm
Miss Sidaway's room (Gyllyngvase)
KS2 - TT Rockstars
This format has very successfully boosted times tables recall speed for hundreds of thousands of pupils over the last 8 years in over 12,000 schools - both primary and secondary - worldwide.
KS1 - Sumdog (suggested home activity)
As children play, they answer questions. Sumdog personalises the questions for each one, and tracks their progress through the school curriculum.
This is a fantastic incentive that we, as a school, are very excited about. We hope that it will encourage your child to read at home and help them to achieve different coloured wristbands.
|Number of Reads:||Coloured Wristband:|
|Total = 150|
It is your child’s responsibility to write their reads into their yellow reading record and to show it to their class teacher.
Your child should be reading a minimum of 4 pages to count as one read.
Only 1 read will be counted per day.
Parents MUST sign each read in the reading record.
How it works:
When your child has achieved 15 reads they will need to show their yellow reading record to their class teacher who will then present them with a white wristband.
When they have read a further 15 times they will show their yellow reading record to their class teacher again. The class teacher will then swap the white wristband for a yellow one. This will continue until your child achieves their black wristband.
Once your child has achieved their black wristband they will start the process again (black/white, black/yellow etc.) but they keep their black wristband.
At the end of the academic year your child will be able to keep any black wristband that they have achieved.