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Spelling Bee

Happy new year! We hope you have been busy practising the first list of words for the first round of the spelling bee.
This will take place in classes throughout the week beginning January 23rd.
Children will be asked to say each letter (not the sound) in the given word.
Here are the word lists for each year group.


 

 Spelling Bee 2017

We have just completed round one of the spelling bee. If you have made it through to the second round, well done!
Please continue practising with the original 100 words and the new list of 100 words.
The second round of the Spelling Bee will take place w/c 20th March.
Please note that the children will not be asked to write each word down but to spell each word orally. This also needs to be the letter name and not the letter sound.
For example; “rendezvous, r-e-n-d-e-z-v-o-u-s”.

Well done for all of your hard work so far! If you haven’t made it through, keep practicing, it is an important skill and you can try again in next year’s competition!

 


 

                Spelling Bee Stage 3

 

Dear Parents,

Your child has made it through to stage 3 of the Spelling Bee!
Please continue practicing with the previous 200 words and the new list of 100 words.
The third round of the Spelling Bee will take place w/c 2nd May.
Please note that the children will not be asked to write each word down but to spell each word orally. This also needs to be the letter name and not the letter sound.
For example; “rendezvous, r-e-n-d-e-z-v-o-u-s”.

If you would like to see some examples of a spelling bee please type ‘spelling bee’ into YouTube or come and speak to me.