Wilton CE

Primary School

Everyone Belongs, Everyone Achieves.

Courage

Kindness

Love

Perseverance

Respect

Nothing should ever go unchallenged, be brave and challenge yourself

Treat everyone as you wish to be treated

Love for god, love for each other, love for learning

Have the highest aspirations of yourself and others, never give up

Listen to one another, everyone is unique, everyone has a voice

Contact Details

Spellings

01/06/2020

 

This week's words are addition spellings and revision of previous words.

 

breath

build

extreme

fruit

height

notice

purpose

strange

surprise

consider

18/05/2020

 

Understand homophones or near-homophones.

 

A homophone is a word that is pronounced the same as another word, but differs in meaning, and may differ in spelling.

 

mail

male

 

main

mane

 

meat

meet

 

weather

whether

 

whose

who's

 

Don't forget to make sure you know the meaning of both words.

11/05/2020

 

Understand homophones or near-homophones.

 

A homophone is a word that is pronounced the same as another word, but differs in meaning, and may differ in spelling.

 

accept

except

 

affect

effect

 

ball

bawl

 

here

hear

 

brake

break

 

It is really important that the children know not just how to spell these words but they know what the words mean and how to use them.

04/05/2020

 

Understand the possessive apostrophe.

 

girls'

boys'

babies'

children's

men's

mice's

parent's

teacher's

helper's

auntie's

 

The apostrophe is placed after the plural form of the word; 's' is not added if the plural already ends in 's', but is added if the plural does not end in 's' (e.g. children's)

27/04/2020

 

Investigate the 'ay' sound spelt 'ei', 'eigh' or 'ey'.

 

vein

weight

eight

neighbour

they

obey

rein

sleigh

survey

convey

20/04/2020

 

Investigate the 's' sound spelt 'sc'.

 

science

scene

discipline

fascinate

crescent

scissors

scented

scenery

descend

descent

 

These words have originated from Latin / Romans.

 

03/04/2020

 

New Spellings:

 

invasion

division

confusion

decision

collision

television

explosion

corrosion

confession

 

If the ending of nouns sounds like 'shun', it is spelt 'sion'.

27/03/2020

 

New Spellings:

oversure

reassure

seizure

pleasure

overinsure

furniture

picture

nature

adventure

capture

 

These words are always spelt 'sure' for 's' sounding endings, 'ture' for nouns that cannot be verbs.

e.g. teacher vs creature, catcher vs furniture

Top