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Friday 28th January 2022

MATHS

Warm-up: maths starters - get your brain number smart, maths smart!

When finding a percentage of an amount, most of you used the new method well.

However, where there were some errors it was actually caused by small mistakes with the column multiplication method. So, today I would like you to revisit this method as a warm up and get your brain in number shape!

It's break time!

Have 20 minutes of exercise, fresh air, relaxation and a snack if you have one.

Go to the toilet, wash your hands and then return ready to learn.

ENGLISH

GPS QUICK TASKS:

                                  

 

                                   

STOP, DROP and READ:

20 - 30 minutes of reading by an adult, or to an adult: demonstrating good practice and modelling fluency, pace and expression.

MAIN TASK:

Can you use your knowledge about hyphens to complete the sheet?

Now create some Highwayman hyphenated sentences of your own.

It's lunchtime already!
I hope you are having something healthy, nutritious and tasty!

ASSEMBLY

MFL:

Can I determine the gender of nouns?

 

 

Revisit:

What a noun is in English?

 

What is a determiner/article?

 

What do you know about masculine/feminine (gender nouns) and plurals.

 

Using the French dictionaries (or website for home learners click here:  French-English dictionary | English translation | Reverso) to find words from slides 27 and 28 to establish the noun gender.

 

Complete the worksheet entering the masculine/feminine/plural words into the correct circle.

PSHE

Can I recognise some of the pressures on relationships and to develop strategies to manage them?

Consider friendship as a chain linking people together.

Discuss or list your ideas on paper, in order to feedback to the class later.

 

On another piece of paper, imagine the chain has broken – what is it within the friendship that has caused it to break?

(e.g. criticising people behind their back, going off with other people, breaking trust, not having enough time for each other.)

 

Is this any different from your family life? Are there occasions when there is a broken chain between siblings?

(E.g. spending too long on the PlayStation when it’s your turn to have a go etc.)

 

Think about a relationship which can be tricky, what could you do to improve it?

 

Have a look online at Wordle - can you create a Wordle – list all the things we can do to improve friendships.

Look at the example below:

                                             

Have a lovely weekend Y6.

Get well soon - keep healthy.

I look forward to seeing you in class very soon.

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