Homework

P7 TASK

Find out as much as you can about renewable and non-renewable energy for the St Mungo’s visit on Monday.

Some useful websites are:

www.kids.esdb.bg

www.childrensuniversity.manchester.ac.uk

 

HOMEWORK – WEEK BEGINNING 27th MAY

Task 1 – To create an attractive and informative fact file/poster/leaflet about a chosen actor/actress.

Process: you will:

  • Work well on your own to achieve your goal
  • Ask for help from peers or teacher when needed
  • Try to work as independently as you can

Product: Your fact file/poster will:

  • Contain basic information about your actor/actress (Name, Birth/death, age, childhood, education, nationality etc.) as well as any additional and relevant facts.
  • Contain accurate and interesting facts.
  • Have pictures/sketches included.
  • Have accurate spelling and grammar throughout.
  • Be word processed or hand-written to the highest standard.

The following websites will be useful when researching:

www.imdb.com

www.biography.com

www.oscar.com

www.filmsite.org

P6 – DUE WEDNESDAY 5TH JUNE

P7 – DUE MONDAY 10TH JUNE

Task 2 – Bug Club – read book and complete activities by Next Monday (3rd June)

Task 3 – Go on to Sumdog and complete Maths challenges.

HOMEWORK – WEEK BEGINNING 20TH MAY
Task 1 – As we have had a very busy week, I am going to give you some extra time to finish your ‘Film’ homework. It will now be due Friday 24th May.
See instructions below:
Find out anything you can about one or two of the following:
Studios at Work, Animation, Famous Movies, Film Stars, Silent Movies, Movie Making.
Please present your findings in an interesting way (i.e. a poster, information leaflet, fact file, brochure, presentation, powerpoint, dramatic scene etc.)

Task 2 (P7 only)  – As part of a Science transition day at St Mungo’s, you have been asked to design and build a car in school. The specifications are below:

*No more than 30cm long and 20cm wide
*Can be battery or wind powered
*Should be under 500g in weight

*Points will be awarded to teams out of 10 for the following
*Speed/Distance (10 pts max)
*Aesthetics (10 points max)
*Use of recycled materials (10 points max)
*Special features (max 10 points)

You will work in groups of 3 in school for this task, however, it would be useful if you could bring in any clean recycled materials (e.g. tubs, bottles, cardboard boxes etc.) that you and your team could use and also anything else that you would like to add to your car! You want to get as many points as possible!

Task 3 – Sumdog National Contest – Ends 23rd May

Task 4 – Please continue with your reading and Bug Club activities. Due Wednesday 22nd May.

 

HOMEWORK – WEEK BEGINNING 13th MAY

Continue with Task 3 from last week (finding out about an aspect of film) as well as preparing to present your solo talk this week.

The next National Sumdog challenge will begin this Thursday 17th May so please practise for this by going on to Sumdog and playing the different Maths games.

Miss McNally 🙂

HOMEWORK – WEEK BEGINNING 7th MAY
Task 1 – Continue with your Solo Talk. Remember to be prepared for week beginning Monday 13th May.

Task 2 – Please complete the two Sumdog challenges I have set. These will end on Friday 10th May and we will have a look at the leaderboard in class.

Task 3 – Find out anything you can about one or two of the following:
Studios at Work, Animation, Famous Movies, Film Stars, Silent Movies, Movie Making.
You have 2 weeks for this task – Please hand in your work by Monday 20th May. Please present your findings in an interesting way (i.e. a poster, information leaflet, fact file, brochure, presentation, dramatic scene etc.)

Good luck! Miss McNally 🙂

HOMEWORK – WEEK BEGINNING 29 APRIL
Task 1 – Prepare a solo talk on someone who inspires you/someone you admire.
This could be someone you know or a famous person.
Please note that the presentation should not be in the form of a powerpoint though you may use props/pictures if required. Your presentation should also not be read from paper but you can use prompt cards to help you.
You will present your solo talks week beginning 13th May so please be prepared for this date. Thank you 🙂

Task 2 – Find out two or three interesting facts about Pope Francis I and list your findings below. (Remember to acknowledge your sources – e.g. websites used, books used etc)
Due Friday 3rd May.

Task 3 – Please use your Sumdog login to go on and and continue competing in the National Maths Contest for Falkirk. We are currently in 1st place so let’s keep it up and win the contest! 🙂

HOMEWORK – WEEK BEGINNING 22 APRIL
Task 1 – Follow the link below and read the article ‘Tablets tipped as top tech in class’ (near the bottom of the page). Then answer the following questions by commenting below:
1. Would it be better if tablets were used in schools? Why/why not?
2. By examining the text, can you find a synonym for the word ‘considerably’?
3. Which words/phrases in the text support the use of tablets in the classroom?

Task 2 – Using the same link now complete the quiz and please comment on whether you agree or disagree with the use of mobile phones in the classroom. Remember to give reasons for your answer.

http://www.dailywhat.org.uk/2013/04/tablets-tipped-as-top-tech-in-class/interactive-(1).aspx

79 Responses to Homework

  1. Phoebe Angus says:

    Pope Francis
    – Pope Francis’ full name is Jorge Mario Bergoglio
    – Pope Francis was born on the 17th of December 1936 in Buenos Aires, Argentina
    – He is one of five children born to a railway worker and his wife
    – He speaks Spanish, Italian and German
    – When he was a teenager he had a lung removed due to an infection
    – When he was Archbishop of Buenos Aires he shunned all the luxury, he lived in a
    simple apartment with an older priest, he got a bus to work, he wore an ordinary
    priests robe and he even had to cook his own meals
    – He has written books on meditation and spirituality
    – Pope Francis is the first jesuit to be named a pope
    – He entered the society of Jesus and was ordained in 1969 during his theological
    studies at the Theological Faculty of San Miguel
    – He chose the name Francis because a cardinal once told him always remember the
    poor and Saint Francis is the Patron Saint of the Poor.
    – Pope Francis is the first pope from the Americas and he is also the first pope from
    outside Europe in over 1,000 years
    – Even though he has no Vatican experience, he becomes the 266th pontiff in the
    Roman Catholic Church’s 2,000 year history
    – He was the second choice of the conclave that elected Joseph Ratzinger { Pope
    Benedict XVI}
    – Pope Francis is so humble, recently he asked his favourite cobbler from Buenos
    Aires to fix his shoes
    – At 4:30 pm on the 2nd of May, Pope Francis met with Pope Benedict to welcome
    him back to the Vatican.
    Sources- C.B.C. news and Sister Pauline from the Franciscan nuns.

      

    • missmcnally says:

      Wow what excellent facts Phoebe! Well done for remembering to acknowledge your sources too! +2 🙂

        

  2. Katie says:

    Pope Francis

    Here are some interesting facts about Pope Francis

    Name: Jorge Mario Bergoglio
    Age:76
    Date of birth: 17th December 1936

    *Pope Francis was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina Latin America.
    *He is the first pope not born in Europe over a thousand years!
    *He is the first Jesuit Pope and he was the Archbishop of Buenos Aires.
    *Pope Francis was one of five children and his parents came from Italy.
    * He also trained as a chemist.
    *Pope Francis chose the name Francis in honour of St. Francis of Assisi, a 13th-century monk known for his charity and kindness to animals.
    *In 2001, Pope Francis washed the feet of 12 patients with AIDS at an Argentine hospice.
    *Pope Francis is rumoured to have been the runner-up in 2005, losing the election to Benedict XVI.
    * After being elected pope, he remained standing on the same level as the cardinal-electors rather than sitting in a throne.
    By Katie
    References: http://www.abcnews.go.com/blogs/headlines/2013/03/20-facts-you-should-know-about-pope-francis/

      

    • missmcnally says:

      Wow Katie! What a lot of interesting facts! Well done for remembering to acknowledge your sources too 🙂 +2

        

  3. Eve says:

    Task 2:
    *My interesting facts about Pope Francis I are that he was born on December 17Th
    1936.
    *He went to school at University of Buenos Aires.
    *Pope Francis I is from Argentine.
    *His parents names were Regina Maria Sivori, Mario Jose Bergoglio.
    I got all of these facts from Google!!!

      

  4. brendan says:

    Intresting facts about Pope Frances I

    1.He has lived since the age of twenty with one functioning lung.His other lung was removed because of infection.
    2.When he was made cardainl he asked hundreds of people not to fly to rome to celebrate with him but instead give the money of a plan ticket to the poor.
    3.His real name is Jorge Mario Bergoglio.
    4.He is 76 years old.

    I got the information from webs sites like ,online reference tools and head lime alley.

      

  5. Erin McGuirk says:

    hi, Miss Mcnally
    When I typed in My password and user name on sumdog it kept on coming up that is was wrong so I could not complete all of my questions….. Please could you reply with my username and pasword because i think i might of typed it in wrong and i forgot to bring it home today….thank you

      

  6. caitlin24 says:

    1.5.13 Homework Pope Francis 1

    1.He is the son of an Italian railway worker and a housewife.
    2.He speaks fluent Italian, as well as Spanish and German.
    3. He trained as a chemist.
    4. In 2001 he washed and kissed the feet of Aids patients in a hospice..
    5.He has lived for more than 50 years with one functioning lung. He had the other removed as a young man because of infection.
    6.He has co-written a book, in Spanish, called Sobre el Cielo y la Tierra (On Heaven and Earth).

      

  7. saskia says:

    Pope Francis I

    1. He grew up in Argentina.

    2. His real name is Jorge Mario Bergoglio , but he chose the name Pope Francis because of his favorite jazz singer ‘Frank Francis Albert’ .

    3. He supports San lorenzo Fc and also enjoys golf !

      

  8. ennah2002 says:

    These are some of the facts that i found about Pope Francis I:

    Task 2 :
    1.) Pope Francis was long ago training to be a chemist worker.
    2.) Pope Francise’s parents were from Italy.
    3.) Pope Francis speaks three different languages such as:
    German, Italian and Spanish.

      

  9. ellie1301 says:

    I can’t remember my Sumdog username and it is in my homework jotter!!!

      

  10. isabella11 says:

    Task 2-My three facts on Pope Francis are:
    *He is the first Jesuit Pope ever.
    *Pope Francis is 76 years of age.
    *He is the first Pope born out of Europe for more than 1,000 years.
    I used abcnews.go.com to find these facts on Pope Francis.

      

  11. ellie1301 says:

    Pope Francis I Facts

    . Pope Francis is the 266th Pope of the Catholic Church.
    . He is from Argentina but his Parents are from Italy.
    . He is the first pope from Latin America.
    . He is also the first pope born outside of Europe in 1,000 years!
    . He is 76 years of age.
    . He trained as a Chemist.
    . He speaks Spanish, Italian and German.

    Bibliography
    . google
    . Abc News

      

  12. chloe34110 says:

    pope Francis facts:
    he is the first pope to be from Latin America
    he is 76
    he is the first pope born out of Europe in over 1,000 years
    he trained as a chemist
    he had a lung removed when he was a teenager because of an infection

      

  13. Erin McGuirk says:

    Jorge Mario Bergoglio was born Dec. 17, 1936, in Buenos Aires, Argentina, one of five children born to an Italian family.
    2. He is the first pope from the Americas and the first from outside Europe in more than 1,000 years.
    3. He has lived for more than 50 years with one functioning lung. He had the other removed as a young man because of infection.

    My sources-
    • Google
    • Cbcnews
    • The Guardian News

      

    • missmcnally says:

      Great facts Erin and well done for acknowledging your sources 🙂 +1

        

  14. Rosie says:

    Interesting Facts About Pope Francis:

    1. Jorge Mario Bergoglio was born on 17 December 1936, in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He is one of the five children born to Italian immigrants.

    2. The new Pope chose Francis as his papal name. This is the first time that the name has been used in papal history.

    3. He has written books on spirituality and meditation.

    I found this information on: http://m.ibtimes.co.uk/pope-francis-jorge-mario-bergoglio-argentina-facts-445873.html

      

  15. olivia22 says:

    27/04/13 Homework

    Task 2.
    Interesting facts about Pope Francis I.

    1. Pope Francis I, speaks Italian, German and Spanish fluently, in addition to a smattering of English, French and Portuguese.

    2. He chose the name ‘Francis’ in honour of St Francis of Assisi, a 13th century monk known for his charity and his kindness towards animals.

    3. Pope Francis I,is currently living at 79 years of age.

    4. Before Pope Francis was elected, he was the archbishop of Buenos Aires.

    5. Pope Francis I is from Buenos Aires,making him the first ever Pope from Latin Amercia.

    6. Pope Francis trained as a chemist before entering the world of God.

    7. Pope Francis I is one of 5 children and his Parents, Regina Maria Sivori and Mario Jose Bergoglio were from Italy.

    These are my 7 interesting facts on Pope Francis I,I tried my best to make them as interesting as possible so I hope you enjoy them. ❤

    Sent from IPad.

      

    • missmcnally says:

      Well done Olivia! Lots of interesting facts 🙂 +1

        

  16. elijah12 says:

    1.I think tablets are a good idea because they have tools and if there is an emergency someone can call them.
    2. A synonym for considerably is hugely.
    3. The text says “but they can also be good for school lessons” and “a new study in Scotland shows that the use of tablets helps children, and especially boys, to learn.”

      

    • missmcnally says:

      Well done Elijah but I would have liked fuller answers from you. Please remember to complete your homework for next week so you don’t have to do it in class.

        

  17. caitlin24 says:

    Homework Quiz

    1. I disagree with the use of mobile phones in the class because some people might not have a mobile and get teased or bullied and the teacher can’t monitor what people are doing on them.

      

  18. saskia says:

    1.I think that tablets should be used in class as i think that pupil would enjoy lessons more instead of jotters and copying off boards and books.
    I also think that they should not because they can become very adictive and we should get used to pens and paper for later on in life !

    2.significantly

    3.Technology can contribute significantly to classroom engagement.
    The Scottish Government is now looking at ways to make the best use is made of new technologies.
    Boys can learn more when using modern technology.

    Task 2. I disagree with use of mobile phones in class as it can be distracting/disturbing while working .People could be getting cyberbullied by classmates during class

      

    • missmcnally says:

      Super answers, Saskia. Well done! You have included a lot of evidence to support your answers which is great too. +1

        

  19. elijah12 says:

    I like this idea for homework. its grrrrrrrrrrr8!

      

  20. daniel says:

    1.I think it would be good to have tablets in class because it has calculators and other apps.
    2.significanly
    3.classroom engagement.
    I think is a disadvantage because people can text there friends in class.

      

    • missmcnally says:

      Well done Daniel, I think you could have found a few more examples for question 3 but overall good answers 🙂

        

  21. daniel says:

    1.I think it would be an advantage to have tablets because they have calculators and lots of other things that help with learning.
    2.significanly
    3.classroom engagment
    i disagree because people can text their friends in class.

      

  22. Eve says:

    1a)I don’t think tablets should be used in school for health and safety reasons. If pupils used tablet in school and were facing the teacher, the teacher would not be able to monitor what the pupils where doing on their tablets.
    b)Significantly is the synonym in the newspaper article for considerably.
    c)The words and phrases that support the use of tablets in school are boys learn more whiles using tablets, great fun, good for school lessons, helps pupils to learn.
    2)I still don’t think tablets should be used in school for the same reasons as the first question.

      

    • missmcnally says:

      Super answers Eve and you have remembered to include a range of evidence to support your answers. Well done 🙂 +1

        

  23. Erin McGuirk says:

    Task 1-
    1. I think it would be better in tablets were used in the classroom because;
    • Boys learn more whilst using a tablet.
    • It is better than writing in a jotter.
    • I would be more interested in what I was being taught
    2. Significantly is a synonym for
    considerably.
    3. The phrases/words are;
    • Great fun to play games on.
    • Good for school lessons.
    • boys learn more
    • more of an interest
    • can contribute significantly

    Task 2 –
    1. Quiz completed
    2. I disagree with the use of mobile phones in the class room because;
    • Some children might not have a phone.
    • They might end up texting their friend instead of doing their work.

      

    • missmcnally says:

      Excellent answers Erin, you have set your work out clearly and included a lot of good evidence in your answers. 🙂 +1

        

  24. ennah2002 says:

    Task 2: I think mobile phones should not be used in your own class because
    you could do inappropriate things on them and people can get distracted by you if your on them and you could be texting or phoning someone in class and you can use the same kind of tools in class such as searching things on the internet on your phone which you could do on the class computer and using a dictionary on your phone which you could use the original book in class and some people don’t have mobile phones or they don’t have internet on them or they might not have such good phones as other people in class and you could be saying nasty comments or bullying people on your phone and you could be putting music on to distract people while there concentrating on their own work.

    Task 1:
    1.) As i said before on the other task, i don’t think it’s a good idea to have tablets in class because people can do inappropriate things on it and can bully people on their tablet like on some websites or be nasty to them and they can not be very nice to the people who have a very low kind of quality of stuff on the tablet such as maybe some games that cost money or something like that, and some people may not be allowed tablets because of money wise or because of safety or some people might not just have a tablet at all but then i think it’s a good idea because as it said in the artical it might be a good way for boys to learn new things and it could be a fun way to just discover new things on it and learn different things on it and it could help you to control it better and how to do things on it better as well.

    2.) I’m not very sure but maybe this might be one that i found in the text ” It took More of an interest. ( I was not very sure what to put. )

    3.) ” Boys can learn more and better”.” Great fun”, ” Good for school lessons”, ” More of an interest”.

      

    • missmcnally says:

      Good, full answers Ennah but quite difficult to read. Try using bullet points or shorter sentences next time or if you’re writing a big paragraph, remember to use punctuation! Overall, good answers and you have included evidence. 🙂

        

  25. brendan says:

    1. I think it is a bad idea because people can use their tablets to text people and play games and that could distract other people.It could be bad for your handwriting and spelling too.However it is a good idea for facts and maths games and use of apps.

    2. an other word for considerably is significantly.

    3. The words /phrases in the text that support the use of tablets in the class room are , good for school lessons , especially boys to learn , more of an interest , significantly to class room engagement and it appears boys may benefit in particular.

      

    • missmcnally says:

      Super answers Brendan and you’ve remembered to include appropriate evidence to support your answers. Well done 🙂 +1

        

  26. ellie1301 says:

    Homework
    1. I think it would be better if tablets were used in class because as the article said boys learn more whilst learning on iPads and both boys and girls take more of an interest in what they are learning compared to a normal lesson. Although the school would have to provide for those who don’t have them and it would cost quite a bit of money!
    2. Significantly is the synonym for considerably in the text.
    3. Some of the phrases in the text that support the use of tablets in school are: boys benefit in particular, can contribute significantly to classroom engagement, they can also be good for school lessons, some pupils already use iPads and android technology and pupils take more of an interest.
    Task 2
    After completing the quiz, I disagree with the use of mobile phones in class because they do the same as computers except on mobiles you can text and call people which you shouldn’t be doing in school.

      

    • missmcnally says:

      Excellent homework Ellie, great answers and evidence included. Very well written and clear to read. +1 🙂

        

  27. Rosie says:

    For
    Research shows that children learn more with technology , especially boys.
    Pupils also take more of an interest in the lesson using tablets .

    Against
    Not every pupil has access to a smartphone or tablet.
    The study was only carried out in one school that had more boys than girls in the experiment class , to be fair this study should have been carried out in a wide variety of schools.

    A synonym for considerably that I found in the text was significantly.

    The words and phrases that support the use of tablets in schools are :
    ‘Our results suggest the technology can contribute significantly to classroom engagement’
    ‘Research shows that pupils using ipads took more of an interest in what they were being taught compared to traditional classroom lessons’
    ‘A new study in Scotland has shown that the use of tablets in primary schools can help pupils and especially boys, to learn’

    I disagree with the use of mobile phones in classrooms because they could be a big distraction in class if they were not put onto silent. They are also a source of bullying as people could send nasty and inappropriate messages to others.
    However, there are some really effective apps which could be used to help in class e.g. Dictionaries, search engines and educational games.
    In conclusion, if pupils used them sensibly it could increase learning.

    Ps I used my iPad to do this homework!

      

    • missmcnally says:

      Super answers Rosie! Very well written and great presentation. I love the fact you used your iPad too 🙂 You’ve used a range of evidence to support your answers and remembered quotation marks when quoting from the text too. +2 🙂

        

  28. kat0407 says:

    Homework

    Task 1

    1. I think it would be better not to use a tablet because someone could be playing a game instead of researching or doing work .

    2. The Synonym of considerably is significantly.

    3. * They can help pupils to learn especially boys.
    * More interest in learning
    * It seems boys have a benefit in particular

    Task 2

    1. I disagree with mobile phones being used in the classroom, but if you had a mobile in your bag for after school purposes I would agree with that if you keep it on silent.

      

    • missmcnally says:

      Great answers Katie, very clear and you’ve explained your answers well. +1 🙂

        

  29. phoebe2002 says:

    Task 1
    1. For this question I have a mixed opinion. I think yes and no so I am going to put both of my views. Yes I think that tablets should be used in school but not all the time. For example we could use them sometimes for work but also do normal work. No I don’t think tablets should be used in schools because some children may not have a smartphone or tablet and might feel left out and disadvantaged.
    2. The synonym in the text for the word considerably is significantly.
    3. Words and phrases in the text that support the use of tablets in school are:
    – great fun
    – good
    – can help pupils to learn
    – boys can benefit in particular.
    Task 2
    No I don’t think there is a place for mobile phones within school as we have all the facilities in school that a mobile phone contains i.e. calculators, dictionaries, video cameras etc. Also pictures can be taken and used out of context which may lead to bullying. The temptation to cheat could also be a problem for some children.

      

    • missmcnally says:

      Very good answer Phoebe, I like the fact you have a mixed opinion and have used evidence to support either side. Great +1 🙂

        

  30. olivia22 says:

    Homework, 22/04/13

    Task 1. I think it would be better working with a Tablet/iPad for various reasons. First of all I think it’s handy for Internet access when researching references,facts and any information relating for various projects.

    2. By examining the text, a synonym for ‘considerably’ is significantly.

    3. The words/phrases used in the text to support the use of Tablets in the classroom are;
    – Great
    – Fun
    – Good
    – Can help pupils
    – Benefit
    – Research found pupils using iPads took more of an interest

    Task 2. I don’t think mobile phones should be used in the classroom because it can cause distractions to you and others around you.It can also be used for a student to cheat.

    By Olivia McMahon.

      

    • missmcnally says:

      Super homework Olivia. Great answers and you have included evidence to support your answers. Clearly set out and well written. Well done 🙂 +1

        

  31. caitlin24 says:

    21.4.13 Homework

    1. Yes and no. Yes because tablets can make lessons more fun and intresting because instead of using a jotter tablets are interactive and are more fun to use.

    2. The synomym for the word considerably is significantly.

    3.the words/phrases that support the use of tablets in the classroom are :
    good for school lessons
    helps pupils
    pupils using iPads took more of an interest in what they were being taught
    boys may benefit in particular.

    Task2. Quiz done.

      

    • missmcnally says:

      Great answers Caitlin! +1 thank you for going back and completing the question in task 2. 🙂

        

  32. isabella11 says:

    I disagree with the use of phones in class because:
    *Some children can’t afford a phone and they could get picked on.
    *It could make them lose concentration in class because the phone is a bad distraction.
    *They could be sending rude or inappropriate messages in class and the teacher wouldn’t know.
    * Phones are very expensive and it could get lost or stolen.

      

  33. isabella11 says:

    1. I think it would be a good thing to use tablets in school because I it would help girls and boys (especially) by
    * Making it more interesting because technology is more appealing.
    *Helping the girls and boys learn more because they are concentrating better.
    * Teaching them to interact with the lesson because they’re getting involved.

    2. The synonym for ‘considerably’ is significantly.

    3. The words/phrases in the text that support the use of tablets in the classrom are:
    *Boys learn more.
    *Good for school lessons.
    *Help pupils.
    *More of an interest in what they were being taught.
    *Contribute significantly to classroom engagement.
    *Boys may benefit in particular.

      

    • missmcnally says:

      Excellent answers Isabella – very well presented and clear to read. +1

        

  34. chloe34110 says:

    1, well i think it is a bad idea for having tablets in school it’s just that laptops can do the same so there is no need.
    2,the synonym for considerably is significantly.
    3, the words and phrases that show it is a good idea are… boys learn more, great fun, good for school lessons, tablets in primary school can help pupils, i pad’s took more of an interest and boys may benefit. There is the words or phrases more of the phrases.
    task 2: disagree for many reasons for phones not getting used like here are a couple of reasons the ringtone for your phone might go off when you are learning and some people can afford to get the new phones but some people don’t even have a phone so it isn’t really fair but i say bring it in and don’t turn it on till home time encase there is an emergency after school.

      

    • missmcnally says:

      Good answers Chloe – make sure to read over your work before submitting to check it all makes sense and next time maybe try bullet points or shorter sentences to make your answers clear to read. Overall good answers 🙂

        

  35. chloe34110 says:

    thank you miss McNally for trusting us to do it on here thanks …

      

  36. erin123 says:

    I think that the homework is great but sometimes we get a bit to much, i thought that it would be good if we could make it 1 spelling activite per week and 1 maths worksheet per week and we would get it on the Monday and return it to school by Friday…

      

  37. saskia says:

    I think sometimes our homework can be a bit much and hard to try and finish it before friday if we have clubs on or certain things during the week 🙂

      

    • missmcnally says:

      Thanks for the comment Saskia 🙂

      Miss McNally

        

  38. erin123 says:

    The websites are a big help thanks alot Issabella !!!!!! 😉

      

  39. saskia:) says:

    i think this is a gr888888 idea and it saves time in the morning hehehehe 🙂 !!!

      

  40. saskia:) says:

    this is going to be gr8 and it will save us time in the morning hehe 🙂 !!!

      

  41. ellie1301 says:

    Thanks Isabella these websites are a big help. 🙂

      

  42. caitlin24 says:

    Thanks Isabella these websites are great help 🙂

      

  43. brendan says:

    that is great much better than copying in to our jotters 🙂

      

  44. tamzin12 says:

    Great work Isabella and this is going to be very usefull instead of us having to copy our homework from the board :p

      

  45. ellie1301 says:

    Thank You Miss McNally. This will be much easier 🙂 😛

      

  46. erin123 says:

    This will be gr8. It is a gr8 idea Miss McNally:)

      

  47. caitlin24 says:

    This sounds great then I wont have to copy it in my jotter anymore 🙂

      

  48. olivia22 says:

    This sounds like a great idea! Cant wait for homework 😉

      

  49. isabella11 says:

    That will be great. It will be much easier than having to right it in our jotters. Can’t wait 🙂 *

      

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