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Please also remember that the children have a "mega-spell"  after each half-term break which includes the spellings from the statutory lists as well as a "lucky dip" from all those set this half term. Children should always have their spelling book in school each Friday ready for the new lists. 

Children should also continue to read regularly at home and where possible to an adult. This ensures good understanding of what your child is reading, accurate decoding and making sense of new vocabulary. Each child is expected to have their reading book and reading log in school every day. If your child has lost their reading log, another can be obtained for a small charge from the school office. Completed logs are replaced free of charge.


The knowledge of Times Tables is one of the most useful tools for unlocking much of the Maths curriculum such as fractions, decimals, area and of course calculations involving division and multiplication. In June the children will also be taking part in a government pilot scheme to assess rapid recall of times tables facts. This becomes statutory in 2020. The following explains "50 Club" and which times tables your child needs to focus on learning as part of their ongoing homework.