Good morning everyone.
Welcome to the final half term of the 2019/20 academic year!
As mentioned before half term, there will be a change in the way home learning will be set on Seesaw. I will not be making the usual daily announcements but will, instead, be setting work for the week today, though this will be supplemented with some additional activities as the need arises. I hope that, over the next two weeks I will be getting into the classroom to prepare for our return!
I can't set check-in activities on Seesaw anymore but it would be good to see some updates about how your seeds have developed. After weeks of looking very sorry for themselves, I'm glad to say the tomatoes I sowed are finally beginning to look something like they should!
A piece of writing for a change. Here's a prompt from my friends at The 100 Word Challenge:
This week we have another prompt from a student. It gives you lots of room for some great tales! It is:
…that’s when I knew I should run…
Things to think about
Where are you?
What are you doing?
What has made you consider running?
Why run & not stay or walk?
I can't wait to read your responses to this prompt! Remember to redraft, check your spelling, punctuation and grammar ..., all the things we would do in school.
Comprehension: Common Lit: “THE WORST BIRTHDAY” FROM HARRY POTTER AND THE CHAMBER OF SECRETS.
Rules and Formulae
Maths SATs Question Book
Foundation: Pages 54 -59
Standard: Pages 66 - 69
Advanced: Pages 44 - 48
As always, achieve 80% on MyMaths and use your study book to help with all Maths activities.
Computing/2Code It's time to have a go at the Gorilla section. Take your time and repeat as necessary.
We're in the Sculpture section again! Let's see those your amazing creations by Friday, please.
I've attached a pdf file. Please work through the pages of the following UNICEF article Freedom of Association.
Please work through the attached pdf from the Catholic Education Service; there are a couple of really nice activities in it. I would particularly like to see you complete the 'Building a Prayer Table' activity.