.....Kindness.....Dignity.....Endurance.....Welcome to our school. Things are a bit different right now, but we are so pleased to see you!.....Kindness.....Dignity.....Endurance.....

Longleat

Class teacher: Miss Jenkins

Teaching Assistants: Mrs Wells (p.m.), Mrs Gurung 

PPA cover: Ms Wildman (Monday a.m.) 

Leadship cover: Mr Humphreys (Wednesday)

Welcome to Longleat Class!

Welcome back to Term 2! The year is flying by and I am amazed by the amount of progress you have made so far. You have not only made academic progress this year, but you have made strides in developing your growth mindset - thinking positively about your learning and new adventures! 

Each week I will be updating this page with our phonic recap focus (our tricky alternative sounds) to support our spellings and interactive multiplication games! See this weeks below: 

9.11.20 

The /s/ sound on the end of a word is sometimes spelled ce.

Here are some examples:

Lace, pace, race, juice, choice, advice, device, sacrifice

 

On the end of a word the /s/ sound after the letter n is most often spelled ce.

Here are some examples:

Chance, glance, stance, instance, commence, sentence, announce, pronounce

 

On the end of a word the /s/ sound after the letter r can sometimes be spelled ce.

Here are some examples:

Farce, fierce, resource, divorce, pierce, force

 

On the end of a word of more than on syllable the /iss/ sound is usually spelled ice.

Here are some examples:

Bodice, hospice, novice, office, practice, service, solstice, apprentice, prejudice

 

Before the letter y the sound /s/ can be spelled with the letter c.

Here are some examples:

Cynic, emergency, fancy, mercy, policy, privacy, urgency, accuracy

 

 

Interactive maths sites: 

https://play.ttrockstars.com/auth

https://mathsframe.co.uk/en/resources/resource/477/Multiplication-Tables-Check

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

 

Miss Jenkins