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Tuesday 24th

Good morning!

It was lovely to see so many of you yesterday for our Teams lesson. I hope those of you that had technical problems will be able to join us today.

Mrs Cohen and I felt the afternoon, with fewer students, was much better for allowing us to engage with the learning. So we have decided to split you into two groups today, with each group having their Teams lesson at different time.

Group 1 at 10am

Monty, Kit, lotte, Ava B, Laurie, Scarlett, Jola, Cora, Primrose, Adam, George, Cadence, Bailey, Stanley

Group 2 at 11am

Eva, Rafferty, Soren, Ava O, Gus, Fearne, Morris, Rio, Saskia, Dougie, Sorcha, Vinnie, Camilo, Jessica, Laila

I have also sent an email to your parents telling them who is in each group.

For today’s lessons we have:

Maths

The White Rose maths looks at a new area – measuring perimeter. You will need to watch carefully as both new vocabulary and new ideas are introduced. You will also need a ruler so look for one before you start the lesson.

I would like you to:

  • Watch the video, pausing it to think and ‘have a go’ where the teacher prompts.
  • Print the worksheet out and do the tasks where the video tells you to.
  • I’ve posted the answers so you can mark your worksheet when you have finished - just like we do in class. If you got something wrong, try and see where you made the error. Remember we learn a lot by understanding where we went wrong!

This activity can be kept at home and brought in when you return to school.

English

There is no set English today. If you are able to join me on Teams, I will be reading some more of Varjak Paw and setting a task afterwards.

Please continue to practise the spellings set last week – I will be testing you on Wednesday.

Topic

Today’s topic continues with the work on Rivers. I have given you the link to the next lesson in the Oak Academy’s Rivers block. Once again I have linked the learning to the River Ouse. I have really enjoyed looking at the history of the river and I hope you find the pictures as fascinating as I do.

See you later!

Mrs Head

 

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