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UKS2 Spellings

22.06.16

suggest

symbol

system

temperature

thorough

 

twelfth

variety

vegetable

vehicle

yacht

15.06.16

rhyme

rhythm

sacrifice

secretary

shoulder

signature

sincere

sincerely

soldier

stomach

sufficient

Spellings – 03.05.16

 Yr5/6 Bronze

  1. “I recommend the fish pie,” suggested the waiter.
  2. Please ensure you bring along the relevant documents to the airport.
  3. The restaurant served a range of different foods for a variety of tastes.

 Yr5/6 Silver

  1. I recommend the fish pie; Sam recommends the cheeseburger.
  2. Before arriving at the airport, please ensure you have all of the relevant
  3. The new Thai restaurant opened, bringing new tastes and flavours to the town.

Yr5/6 Gold

  1. I thoroughly recommend the delicious fish pie; Sam naively recommends the cheeseburger.
  2. Before arriving at airport (Exeter), please ensure you have all of the relevant documents (passport and E-ticket).
  3. The new Thai restaurant (Thai Emerald) opened, bringing new tastes and flavours to the town – tables are already booked up.

 Spellings – 25.4.16

 Yr5/6 Bronze

  1. “What is the correct pronunciation of the word?” asked the teacher.
  2. It would take ages to queue for the new rollercoaster.
  3. I didn’t recognise the criminal at first.

Yr5/6 Silver

  1. The teacher asked if the children knew the correct pronunciation of the word.
  2. It would take ages to queue for the new rollercoaster, despite arriving early.
  3. During the court case, I was able to recognise the criminal who stole the purse.

Yr5/6 Gold

  1. Before continuing with the test, the teacher asked if the children knew the correct pronunciation of the word.
  2. It would take ages to queue for the rollercoaster – The Kraken – despite arriving early.
  3. During the agonizing court case, I was confidently able to recognise the evil criminal who stole my mother’s purse.

Spellings – 18.4.16 to be tested on 25th April.

Yr5/6 Bronze

  1. It was a privilege to receive the Accelerated Reader award on Friday.
  2. James decided to join the teaching profession.
  3. The new sports programme has started on BBC One.

Yr5/6 Silver

  1. After all the hard work, it was a privilege to receive the Accelerated Reader award on Friday.
  2. James decided to join the teaching profession, although he may still go back to college.
  3. “The new sports programme has started on BBC One,” cried Dan excitedly.

Yr5/6 Gold

  1. After all the hard work, it was a privilege to receive the highly acclaimed Accelerated Reader award on Friday.
  2. Eventually, James decided to join the teaching profession, although he may still go back to college.
  3. “The new sports programme has started on BBC One,” cried Dan excitedly, whilst skimming through the TV channels.
UKS2 Spellings – Year 5 & 6.

Please revise these spellings for your test on Monday 11th April.  Happy Easter!

 

explanation familiar foreign forty
frequently government guarantee harass
hindrance identity immediate immediately
individual interfere interrupt language
leisure lightning marvellous mischievous
muscle necessary neighbour nuisance
occupy occur opportunity parliament

 

Yr5/6 Bronze: Wk5 – 20th March, to be tested on 11th April

  1. “Can I persuade you to buy this new CD?” said the sales assistant.
  2. Physical education (PE) is an essential part of primary education.
  3. The man showed prejudice towards people from other countries.

Yr5/6 Silver: Wk5 – 20th March, to be tested on 11th April

  1. “Surely, I can persuade you to purchase this CD?” asked the sales assistant.
  2. Physical education (PE) is an essential part of primary education, as well as a healthy lifestyle.
  3. The irritating man showed prejudice towards people from other countries.

Yr5/6 Gold: Wk5 – 20th March, to be tested on 11th April

  1. “To persuade you to buy this CD, you will need to listen to track 4,” pestered the persistent sales assistant.
  2. As a means to tackle child obesity, physical education (PE) has become an essential part of the primary education,.
  3. Despite his upbringing, the man presented prejudice behaviour towards people from other countries.

Yr5/6 Bronze: Wk4 – 14th March, to be tested on 21st  March

  1. The volcanic eruption will occur at midday.
  2. “You have the opportunity to play for England,” said the coach.
  3. The school went on a visit to the Houses of Parliament.

Yr5/6 Silver: Wk4- 14th March, to be tested on 21st March

  1. “The volcanic eruption will occur. We must leave this town now!” screamed the scientist.
  2. “You have the opportunity to play for England,” said the coach, whilst collecting the equipment.
  3. As a result, the school went on a visit to the Houses of Parliament.

Yr5/6 Gold: Wk4 – 14th March, to be tested on 21st  March

  1. “The volcanic eruption will occur. We must leave this town now!” screamed the scientist.
  2. “You have the opportunity to play for England,” said the coach, whilst collecting the equipment.
  3. The school won the competition; the prize was a trip to the Houses of Parliament.

Yr5/6 Bronze: Wk3- 7th March, to be tested on 14th March

  1. The neighbour knocked but there was no answer.
  2. The dog next door was a nuisance and barked all day long.
  3. Kingskerswell Primary School will occupy Heatree House.

Yr5/6 Silver: Wk3- 7th March, to be tested on 14th March

  1. The neighbour, who had just moved in, played loud rap music.
  2. Barking all day long, the dog was a real nuisance.
  3. To occupy Heatree House, Kingskerswell Primary School would need 40 pupils.

Yr5/6 Gold: Wk3- 7th March, to be tested on 14th  March

  1. Annoyingly, the neighbour next door (house number 3) never mowed his lawn.
  2. Barking all day long, the dog, which was tiny, was a real nuisance.
  3. To occupy Heatree House, KKPS (Kingskerswell Primary School) would need 40 pupils.

Yr5/6 Bronze: Wk2- 29th February, to be tested on 7th March

  1. The monkeys were mischievous when the tourists arrived.
  2. Ronaldo pulled a muscle during a tackle against the defender.
  3. “Was it really necessary to throw the ball away?” asked Mr Yiend.

Yr5/6 Silver: Wk2- 29th February, to be tested on 7th March

  1. When the tourists arrived, the monkeys were mischievous and stole items of clothing.
  2. After a crunching tackle, Ronaldo pulled a muscle and limped off the pitch.
  3. “You threw the ball away! Was that really necessary?” asked Mr Yiend.

 

Yr5/6 Gold: Wk2- 29th February, to be tested on 7th March

  1. When the tourists arrived, the monkeys, who were mischievous, stole items of clothing.
  2. Stretching his leg out to intercept the ball, Ronaldo painfully ripped a muscle in his leg.
  3. As he was writhing in pain, the doctor thought it necessary to call an ambulance.

Yr5/6 Bronze: Wk1- 22nd February, to be tested on 29th February

Where is the new leisure centre going to be built?

Thunder and lightning echoed around the enchanted forest.

George’s marvellous medicine had a major impact on Grandma.

 Yr5/6 Silver: Wk1- 22nd February, to be tested on 29th February

After many years, local builders had finally built the leisure centre.

Thundering across the sky, lightning zigzagged towards the village.

“George’s marvellous medicine turned a chicken into a giant chicken!” shouted Dad.

 Yr5/6 Gold: Wk5- 1st February, to be tested on 8th February

The leisure centre, which was hugely popular, closed in February due to financial problems.

When the storm cloud arrived, intense thunder and lightning terrified the local people.

Marvellous! We can use this medicine to make giant animals!” announced Mr Kranky with glee.

 

8th February, to be tested on 22nd February – All Spring + tricky Autumn spellings.

Yr5/6 Bronze: Wk5- 1st February, to be tested on 8th February

  • What are the individual traits of the breed?
  • Outsiders should not interfere with the traditions of natives.
  • It’s not polite to interrupt.
  • English is the most common language spoken around the world.

Yr5/6 Silver:Wk5- 1st February, to be tested on 8th February

  • Careful evaluation will identify a patient’s individual
  • Is it ethical for outsiders to interfere with the traditions of local natives?
  • We interrupt this program to bring you a special announcement.
  • Which language is spoken the most around the world;  English, French or Spanish?

Yr5/6 Gold: Wk5- 1st February, to be tested on 8th February

  • A thorough consultation will identify a patient’s individual
  • “It’s unethical to interfere with the traditions of an ancient culture,” suggested Professor Smart.
  • Every summer periods of cool weather occasionally interrupt the intense heat.
  • Starting off as a jumble of Germanic dialects, English today is a global language.

Yr5/6 Bronze: Wk4- 25th January, to be tested on 1st February

  • A curb or step may be a hindrance to wheelchair access.
  • The identity of this week’s Lotto winner will remain confidential.
  • The fire brigade’s arrival was
  • Leave the building immediately if the fire alarm goes off.

Yr5/6 Silver:Wk4- 25th January, to be tested on 1st February

  • As stairs are a hindrance to wheelchair users, ramps are usually located nearby.
  • According to new rules, the identity of subsequent winners shall remain confidential.
  • The fire brigade’s immediate arrival reduced the fire damage.
  • “I rang 999 immediately for an ambulance,” Henry proudly announced.

Yr5/6 Gold:Wk4- 25th January, to be tested on 1st February

  • Architects consider the location of stairs in order to reduce the hindrance to wheelchair users.
  • Using a pseudonym protects your identity when you’re surfing the web.
  • The fire brigade’s arrival was immediate; consequently, the fire damage was minimal.
  • “Call 999 immediately for an ambulance to be dispatched!” anxiously exclaimed the policeman.

Bronze: Wk3- 18th January, to be tested on 25th January

  • The Ancient Greeks would frequently attend athletic events.
  • Once elected, a government will decide how best to run the country.
  • My computer has a two year
  • Don’t harass me or I will call the police!

Silver: Wk3- 11th January, to be tested on 18th January

  • Historically, Ancient Greeks would frequently participate in athletic events.
  • A government may introduce additional laws to protect all citizens.
  • My computer’s guarantee will cover the damaged hard drive.
  • “Never harass that grumpy, old man!” warned my father.

Gold: Wk3- 11th January, to be tested on 18th January

  • Historically, the enthusiastic Ancient Greeks would frequently participate in athletic events.
  • In order to avoid greater debt, a government may enforce austerity measures.
  • Never assume that an extended guarantee will cover all personal electronics.
  • Continue to harass me and you will face severe consequences; it’s your choice.

Yr5/6 Bronze: Wk1/2 -11th January, to be tested on 18th January

  • Do you have an explanation for tooth decay?
  • Foreign food restaurants are a familiar sight in Britain.
  • Forty is a number that has four tens and zero units.

Yr5/6 Silver: Wk1/2- 11th January, to be tested on 18th January

  • Thirty-nine, forty!” counted the leader.
  • Foreign food restaurants are a familiar sight in Britain.
  • “Do you think this is a good explanation?” asked the scientist.

Yr5/6 Gold: Wk1/2 – 11th January, to be tested on 18th January

  • “That is an extremely precise explanation!” exclaimed the scientist.
  • As a family, we have travelled to many foreign countries and have become familiar with a variety of languages.
  •  “Forty is the next number!” announced the Bingo organiser.

       Bronze: 30th November, to be tested on 7th December.

  1. Everything needs to be ready, especially if the hurricane shifts its path.
  2. Fishermen always exaggerate the size of a fish they almost caught.
  3. Have you read that excellent book on the existence of aliens?

Silver:

  1. Everyone needs to be prepared, especially if the hurricane shifts its course.
  2. In my opinion, fishermen always exaggerate the size of a fish they almost caught.
  3. I would recommend the excellent book, Outer Space, which explains the existence of aliens in

Gold:

  1. Preparation is the key to survival, especially if the hurricane changes its course and threatens communities.
  2. Even if it’s fairly close to the truth, in my opinion, fishermen always exaggerate the size of a fish they almost caught.
  3. “This is an excellent piece of research on the possible existence of alien life forms in space!” exclaimed the teacher.

Bronze: 23rd November, to be tested on 30th November

  1. Could driving in the snow be disastrous?
  2. Katie left before she could embarrass her sister even more.
  3. The Arctic Circle is a very hostile environment.
  4. Are you equipped with the correct equipment for the climb?

Silver: 23rd November, to be tested on 30th November

  1. The Met Office predicts more snow showers and other disastrous weather!
  2. Furious, Katie left before she could embarrass her sister any more.
  3. “The Arctic Circle is the most hostile environment known to us,” commented the scientist.
  4. “Are you equipped with the correct equipment for the climb?” the instructor asked.

Gold 23rd November, to be tested on 30th November

  1. The Met Office predicts more snow showers, which suggests that road travel could be disastrous!
  2. Furious, Katie stormed out before she made more of a scene that would embarrass her sister.
  3. “Compared to other zones, the Arctic Circle is the most hostile environment known to mankind,” commented the scientist.
  4. Being equipped for any incident, the climber cathe climber carefully checked his safety  equipment before packing it away.
  5. Bronze
  1. The police were desperate to learn more details about the crime.
  2. The student was determined to do well in his maths exam.
  3. Can drills help football players to develop their passing skills?
  4. A dictionary can be used to look up the correct spellings.

 Silver:

  1. Who would do something desperate, like covering up an old crime for years?
  2. The swimming squad was determined to win their first gold medal.
  3. It is a fact that passing and tackling drills will develop your football ability.
  4. Do you know how to use a dictionary to look up definitions?

Yr5/6 Gold:

  1. After such an intensive search, the police were desperate for additional information about the crime.
  2. The swimming squad was determined to win a gold medal, despite having the slowest time for their final lap.
  3. In order to develop your football skills, do you need to master tackling and passing techniques?
  4. At times, it is necessary to use a dictionary to look up complicated definitions.

Bronze: Date 2nd November to be tested on 9th November

  1. Athletes prepare themselves months ahead of a
  2. Does a guilty conscience stop you from taking biscuits out of the tin?
  3. The nurse made sure the patient stayed conscious until the doctor could see him.
  4. Controversy can make a newspaper more interesting to read.

Silver: Date 2nd November to be tested on 9th November

  1. Only the most dedicated athletes, at any stage of their career, will perform well at a
  2. Caught with a hand in the biscuit tin, Tammy’s guilty conscience made her blush!
  3. Do ambulance medics ensure patients remain conscious on the way to the hospital?
  4. Controversy in the headlines has shown to increase the number of sales,” admitted the reporter.

 Gold: Date 2nd November to be tested on 9th November

  1. “The controversy that surrounds your highly-reported activities could ruin your chances at a competition,” muttered the athlete’s (rather annoyed) coach.
  2. With a furrowed brow, John’s guilty conscience was making him feel worried about the consequences of his actions.
  3. “Being highly experienced, my role is to ensure patients remain conscious until admitted at the Accident and Emergency department,” answered the medic.

Statutory spellings to be tested on 2nd November

accommodate, accompany, according, achieve, aggressive, amateur, ancient, apparent, appreciate, attached, available, average, awkward, bargain, bruise, category, cemetery, committee, communicate, community

Bronze: Date 12th October to be tested on 19th October

  1. We looked at the war graves in the cemetery.
  2. The school committee members were planning a party.
  3. The children had to communicate with each other to solve the problem?
  4. They worked hard with the community to improve the roads.

Silver: Date 12th October to be tested on 19th October

  1. In the cemetery, there are a number of unmarked graves belonging to soldiers.
  2. The committee, who was made up of ten people, proposed over forty changes.
  3. Nathan doesn’t speak any English, he is finding it difficult to communicate with people he meets.
  4. Tom often writes to the editor of the local newspaper about issues of concern to his community.

Gold: Date 12th October to be tested on 19th October

  1. The City of the Dead, an ancient cemetery in Cairo, provides shelter for thousands of the city’s poor.
  2. Peter, who was the oldest in his class, was nominated for committee 
  3. The people in some Turkish villages often communicate through whistling, which allows them to communicate over distances of almost a mile.
  4. The community rallied together to raise money for the refugees of Syria.

Bronze: Date 5th October to be tested on 12th October

  1. An awkward silence fell all over the playground.
  2. Kate couldn’t believe the bargain she had found in the sale.
  3. Jack had a large bruise on his head from the fall.
  4. There were three winners in each age category.

Silver: Date 5th October to be tested on 12th October

  1. “I hope I haven’t called at an awkward You’re not eating are you?” John asked.
  2. I found a bargain holiday which included; airfare, hotel and car hire.
  3. Tom had a large purple bruise on his knee from playing football at the weekend.
  4. The actress cried as she received her award in the best film category.

Gold: Date 5th October to be tested on 12th October

  1. She is on crutches, so getting down the stairs is a little awkward for her.
  2. The antique chair was £300, but I was able to bargain with the shop owner, and I got it for £200.
  3. Be careful with those peaches; I don’t want you to bruise
  4. This year, there will be a category for boys and girls at the award ceremony.

02.10.15 Ocelot Literacy homework

02.10.15 Ocelot Maths Homework

Ocelot class 8 x table for Friday 2nd October

8-times-table

UKS2 Spellings

Bronze: Date 28th September to be tested on 5th October

  1. “I appreciate your honesty,” said Mr Brown.
  2. The police car had a flashing light attached to the roof.
  3. The swimming pool is available every Wednesday morning.
  4. The man was above average

Silver: Date 28th September to be tested on 5th October

  1. “I really appreciate your help tidying the house,” said Emma’s Mum.
  2. The children attached a rope to the tree, so they could make a swing.
  3. Unfortunately, the Doctor would not be available until next Wednesday.
  4. The children were able to calculate the average shoe size of their class.

Gold: Date 28th September to be tested on 5th October

  1. “Thank you so much for looking after my dog. I really appreciate your help,” said Mrs Jackson.
  2. Mrs Smith attached labels to all of Tom’s new school clothes, in case he lost them.
  3. Bananas are available all year round. They are harvested every day of the year.
  4. According to the survey, the average child watches 3 hours of television a day.

Bronze: Date 21st September to be tested on 28th September

  1. Do you think that video games make children aggressive?
  2. He was an amateur gardener.
  3. The people lived in ancient times.
  4. It soon became apparent.

Silver: Date 21st September to be tested on 28th September

  1. Although the dog barked loudly, it was not aggressive.
  2. “I’m just an amateur when it comes to art, but I really like this painting,” said Emily.
  3. In ancient times people believed that the world was flat.
  4. Suddenly, it became apparent that the challenge was impossible.

Gold: Date 21st September to be tested on 28th September

  1. Sharks are generally aggressive only if they are threatened or disturbed.
  2. Now that Jack has won practically every amateur tournament he has entered, he was considering entering the Olympics.
  3. In ancient Rome, it was considered a sign of leadership to be born with a crooked nose
  4. Whilst working together to solve the problem, the answer suddenly became apparent to the children.

17.09.15 Ocelot class Rounding dp homework

17.09.15 Ocelot class newspaper homework

W.B  29th June. Tested 6th July

Bronze

  1. The secretary answered the phone and took a message.
  2. The children enjoyed clapping the rhythm with their partner.
  3. To make a sacrifice you must give something up.

Silver

  1. The Police Officer stopped the vehicle as it was going too fast.
  2. “If I won the lottery, I would buy a big yacht,” declared Mr Baker.
  3. Abbie had cereal for breakfast every day.
  4. When Simon’s television broke he had to call the repair company with the serial

Gold

  1. The children showed their adherence to the school rules by walking silently to assembly.
  2. For homework the class used reference books to find out facts about rocks.
  3. Mrs Miller attended a conference for Head Teachers.
  4. In Maths, Red group measured the circumference of circles.
  5. The children had to sequence the events from the story.

W.B  22nd June. Tested 29th June

Bronze

  1. To answer the question, we had to find the relevant information in the text.
  2. The Italian restaurant is always busy on Saturday nights.
  3. David loves reading poems that rhyme to his little sister.

 Silver

  1. The children conducted a thorough investigation in Science this week.
  2. Lucy came twelfth in the marathon.
  3. The library has a wide variety of books.
  4. Mr Jackson loves to eat vegetable soup on a cold day.

Gold

  1. Edward’s Dad was shocked by the abundance of toys he had collected over the years.
  2. Startled by the teachers abrupt appearance, the children sat quietly,
  3. Connor was given a monthly allowance to spend on games.
  4. Daniel’s Mum told him that under no circumstance was he play on his Xbox before learning his spellings.
  5. The worried lady needed the fire brigades assistance to get her cat down from the tree.

W.B  15th June. Tested 22nd June

Bronze

  1. Jane couldn’t decide which profession to join after university.
  2. James enjoys watching his favourite programme every week.
  3. We have been learning the correct pronunciation of some tricky words.

Silver

  1. “I suggest you take your book home,” said Mr Jones.
  2. We use symbols in Maths every day.
  3. The school needed a new computer system.
  4. Helen had a temperature and didn’t feel well.

Gold

  1. Adam found it hard to tolerate his brother’s terrible mood.
  2. The boy, who had fallen over, had a high tolerance to pain.
  3. Tiger class had the best attendance in the school.
  4. The actress won an award for her grace and elegance on the stage.
  5. The end of year performance is always the best.

W.B  8th June. Tested 15th June

Bronze

  1. Simon tried to persuade his puppy to return his half chewed shoe.
  2. The girls were given the opportunity to compete in a netball competition.
  3. Members of Parliament often visit London for meetings.

Silver

  1. “I sincerely apologise for breaking the vase,” said Mark.
  2. The soldier waved goodbye as he left for training.
  3. Tom ate so much chocolate over Easter he had stomach
  4. There was sufficient time to get an ice cream before the boat left.

Gold

  1. You should not deviate from the path when walking home.
  2. Crime and deviance in teenage children is worrying for parents.
  3. Mrs Cross did not hesitate to help the child when they fell in the playground.
  4. The boys hesitance was due to a bad past experience.
  5. Sarah began to dominate the class discussion.
  6. People in authority often have the dominance over others.

W.B  2nd June. Tested 8th June

Bronze

  1. immediately
  2. individual
  3. interfere
  4. interrupt
  5. language
  6. leisure
  7. lightning
  8. marvellous
  9. mischievous
  10. muscle
  11. necessary
  12. neighbour
  13. nuisance
  14. occupy
  15. occur

Silver

  1. opportunity
  2. parliament
  3. persuade
  4. physical
  5. prejudice
  6. privilege
  7. profession
  8. programme
  9. pronunciation
  10. queue
  11. recognise
  12. recommend
  13. relevant
  14. restaurant
  15. rhyme
  16. rhythm
  17. sacrifice
  18. secretary
  19. shoulder
  20. signature

Gold

  1. sacrifice
  2. secretary
  3. shoulder
  4. signature
  5. sincerely
  6. soldier
  7. stomach
  8. sufficient
  9. suggest
  10. symbol
  11. system
  12. temperature
  13. thorough
  14. twelfth
  15. variety
  16. vegetable
  17. vehicle
  18. yacht
  19. cereal
  20. serial
  21. father
  22. farther
  23. guessed
  24. guest
  25. morning
  26. mourning

W.B  18th May. Tested 2nd June

Bronze

  1. Mr Smith complained that the flies were a nuisance.
  2. Football had begun to occupy all of Tom’s spare time.
  3. It did not occur to Sam to look in his tray for his reading book

Silver

  1. To make a sacrifice you must give something up.
  2. The secretary answered the phone and took a message.
  3. Wendy hurt her shoulder when she fell from her horse.
  4. The artist put his signature on the corner of his painting.

 

Gold

  1. Every Friday, Lucy and her father take their dog to the beach.
  2. The blue house was farther away than the red house.
  3. “I would never have guessed,” said Wendy.
  4. Miss Jackson was excited that she would be a guest at the wedding.
  5. Many people walk to school in the morning.
  6. When you lose someone you love, there is a period of mourning.

 

W.B  5th May. Tested 18th May

Bronze

  1. During the school race, Jim pulled a muscle in his right leg.
  2. It wasn’t necessary for the children to wear coats at playtime.
  3. Joe plays football with his neighbour every Saturday.

 

Silver

  1. To answer the question, we had to find the relevant information in the text.
  2. The Italian restaurant is always busy on Saturday nights.
  3. David loves reading poems that rhyme to his little sister.
  4. The children enjoyed clapping the rhythm with their partner.

Gold

  1. Mr Jackson loves to eat vegetable soup on a cold day.
  2. The Police Officer stopped the vehicle as it was going too fast.
  3. “If I won the lottery, I would buy a big yacht,” declared Mr Baker.
  4. Abbie had cereal for breakfast every day.
  5. When Simon’s television broke, he had to call the repair company with the serial number.

W.B  27th  April. Tested 5th May

Bronze

  1. The lightning could be seen for miles across the moors.
  2. George’s marvellous medicine had a dramatic effect on Grandma.
  3. Strangely, the children were in a mischievous

 Silver

  1. We have been learning the correct pronunciation of some tricky words.
  2. The children had to queue for a long time to get an ice cream.
  3. Peter had grown so much that his Uncle didn’t recognise
  4. Sam could recommend the homemade chocolate cake

Gold

  1. The school needed a new computer system.
  2. Helen had a temperature and didn’t feel well.
  3. The children conducted a thorough investigation in Science this week.
  4. Lucy came twelfth in the marathon.
  5. The library has a wide variety of books.

 W.B  20th  April. Tested 27th April

Bronze

  1. The teacher asked the children not to interrupt her when she was talking.
  2. The children had been learning sign language in class.
  3. The leisure centre was closed for the winter.

Silver

  1. We should treat everyone fairly and without prejudice.
  2. It had been a privilege to meet the Queen after the race.
  3. Jane couldn’t decide which profession to join after university.
  4. James enjoys watching his favourite programme every week.

Gold

  1. The soldier waved goodbye as he left for training.
  2. Tom ate so much chocolate over Easter he had stomach ache.
  3. There was sufficient time to get an ice cream before the boat left.
  4. “I suggest you take your book home,” said Mr Jones.
  5. We use symbols in Maths every day.

 W.B  13th  April. Tested 20th April

Bronze

  1. The children came in to class immediately, as it was raining.
  2. The class made their own individual cakes for the fayre.
  3. The adults had to turn off their phones, as they could interfere with the speakers.

Silver

  1. The girls were given the opportunity to compete in a netball competition.
  2. Members of Parliament often visit London for meetings.
  3. Simon tried to persuade his puppy to return his half chewed shoe.
  4. Taking part in daily physical activities can help you stay healthy.

 Gold

  1. To make a sacrifice you must give something up.
  2. The secretary answered the phone and took a message.
  3. Wendy hurt her shoulder when she fell from her horse.
  4. The artist put his signature on the corner of his painting.
  5. “I sincerely apologise for breaking the vase,” said Mark.

W.B  23rd February. Tested 2nd March

Year 6 – able

  1. Understandable
  2. Enjoyable
  3. Comfortable
  4. Dependable
  5. Available
  6. Adorable
  7. Breakable
  8. Preferable
  9. Forgettable
  10. Disposable

Year 5 – ous

  1. Humorous
  2. Glamorous
  3. Dangerous
  4. Poisonous
  5. Generous
  6. Hazardous
  7. Adventurous
  8. Disastrous
  9. Momentous
  10. Infectious

W.B  9th February. Tested 23rd February

Bronze

  1. The road works were a hindrance to the drivers on their way to work.
  2. The detective kept his identity a secret.
  3. Emily took an immediate liking to her new school.

Silver

  1. Joe plays football with his neighbour every Saturday.
  2. Mr Smith complained that the flies were a nuisance.
  3. Football had begun to occupy all of Tom’s spare time.
  4. It did not occur to Sam to look in his tray for his reading book.

Gold

  1. Sam could recommend the homemade chocolate cake.
  2. To answer the question, we had to find the relevant information in the text.
  3. The Italian restaurant is always busy on Saturday nights.
  4. David loves reading poems that rhyme to his little sister.
  5. The children enjoyed clapping the rhythm with their partner.

W.B  2nd February. Tested 9th February

Bronze

  1. The class wrote letters to the government.
  2. The new washing machine came with a five year guarantee.
  3. The boy continued to harass his Mum for a new bike.

Silver

  1. George’s marvellous medicine had a dramatic effect on Grandma.
  2. Strangely, the children were in a mischievous mood.
  3. During the school race, Jim pulled a muscle in his right leg.
  4. It wasn’t necessary for the children to wear coats at playtime.

Gold

  1. Ella couldn’t decide which profession to join after university.
  2. James enjoys watching his favourite programme every week.
  3. We have been learning the correct pronunciation of some tricky words.
  4. The children had to queue for a long time to get an ice cream.
  5. Peter had grown so much that his Uncle didn’t recognise him.

W.B 26th January 2015. Tested 2nd February 2015

Bronze

  1. I have always wanted to learn a foreign
  2. My Dad will be forty on his next birthday.
  3. We frequently visit the museum during the holidays.

Silver

  1. The teacher asked the children not to interrupt her when she was talking.
  2. The children had been learning sign language in class.
  3. The leisure centre was closed for the winter.
  4. The lightning could be seen for miles across the moors.

Gold

  1. Members of Parliament often visit London for meetings.
  2. Simon tried to persuade his puppy to his half chewed shoe.
  3. Taking part in daily physical activities can help you stay healthy.
  4. We should treat everyone fairly and without prejudice.
  5. It had been a privilege to meet the Queen after the race.

 

W.B 19th January 2015. Tested 26th January 2015

Bronze

  1. Some people believe that the existence of dinosaurs is not real, however others do not agree.
  2. The Scientist was asked to write an explanation of how the machine worked.
  3. The boy seemed very familiar, but Jerry didn’t know why.

Silver

  1. Emily took an immediate liking to her new school.
  2. The children came in to class immediately, as it was raining.
  3. The class made their own individual cakes for the fayre.
  4. The adults had to turn off their phones, as they could interfere with the speakers.

Gold

  1. Joe plays football with his neighbour every Saturday.
  2. Mr Smith complained that the flies were a nuisance.
  3. Football had begun to occupy all of Tom’s spare time.
  4. It did not occur to Sam to look in his tray for his reading book.
  5. The girls were given the opportunity to compete in a netball competition.

W.B 12th January 2015. Tested 19th January 2015

Bronze

  1. Sometimes people exaggerate the stories they tell.
  2. The children were excellent at listening in class.
  3. Charlie was very excited, especially as it was his birthday the next day.

Silver

  1. The new washing machine came with a five year guarantee.
  2. The boy continued to harass his Mum for a new bike.
  3. The road works were a hindrance to the drivers who were on their way to work.
  4. The detective kept his identity a secret.

 Gold

  1. The lightning could be seen for miles across the moors.
  2. George’s marvellous medicine had a dramatic effect on Grandma.
  3. Strangely, the children were in a mischievous mood.
  4. During the school race, Jim pulled a muscle in his right leg.

 

UKS2 Spellings Date 5th January Tested on 12th January

Bronze

  1. We need to protect the environment for the future.
  2. The explorer had to equip himself with clothes for all weathers.
  3. The hotel is equipped to serve over one hundred people.
  4. We collected all the equipment after our science lesson.

Silver

  1. I have always wanted to learn a foreign
  2. My Dad will be forty on his next birthday.
  3. We frequently visit the museum during the holidays.
  4. The class wrote letters to the government.

Gold

  1. The class made their own individual cakes for the fayre.
  2. The adults had to turn off their phones, as they could interfere with the speakers.
  3. The teacher asked the children not to interrupt her when she was talking.
  4. The children had been learning sign language in class.
  5. The leisure centre was closed for the winter.

UKS2 Spellings Date 8th December Tested on 15th December

  1. We always use a dictionary to check our spelling.
  2. The flooding had a disastrous effect on the village.
  3. “I didn’t mean to embarrass you.” said Kate.

Silver

  1. The children were excellent at listening in class.
  2. Some people believe that the existence of dinosaurs is not real, however others do not agree.
  3. The Scientist was asked to write an explanation of how the machine worked.
  4. The boy seemed very familiar, but Jerry didn’t know why.

Gold

  1. The boy continued to harass his Mum for a new bike.
  2. The road works were a hindrance to the drivers who were on their way to work.
  3. The detective kept his identity a secret.
  4. Emily too an immediate liking to her new school.
  5. The children came into class immediately, as it was raining.

 UKS2 Spellings Date 1st December Tested on 8th December

Silver

  1. The hotel is equipped to serve over one hundred people.
  2. We collected all the equipment after our science lesson.
  3. Charlie was very excited, especially as it was his birthday the next day
  4. Sometimes people exaggerate the stories they tell.

Gold

  1. I have always wanted to learn a foreign language.
  2. My Dad will be forty on his next birthday.
  3. We frequently visit the museum during the holidays.
  4. The class wrote letters to the government.
  5. The new washing machine came with a five year guarantee.