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Wednesday 6.01.21

Wednesday 6th January

Morning Chestnuts and happy Wednesday!,

Please go into today's folders to access your learning.

Plus, great news and fingers crossed, we are aim to undertake an online lesson in Teams at 11 today, so join us then and hopefully  see you there.

A big thank you Chestnuts, I have already received some great work from you this week. Today I aim to set up the gallery so you can all share and view the lovely learning and work you are doing.

Please can I kindly ask that parents and carers send any communication, work etc to my School  Please do not send it to the email linked to Teams as I will not will not be using this one.

Many thanks, and have a lovely day, Mr Gates  

Maths Wednesday 6th January

Today our number challenge is to divide by 5. You will need to watch the video below and then have a go at the tasks on the sheet. It is good to remember that If you get stuck on the challenges you can always go back and re-watch the video to help you.


Aut3.10.4 - Divide by 5

This is "Aut3.10.4 - Divide by 5" by White Rose Maths on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.


Today we are to continue learning about how we write to persuade. Yesterday you built your den. The writing  task by the end of the week is to use  language to persuade and to create a for sale advertisement for that reading den. Therefore, today we are going to challenge ourselves to understand how writers use language to persuade us to buy a product like, a breakfast cereal.


Yesterdays task was to create a timeline, I am sure you did a great job. For those that are only logging on today I thought I would give you a chance to catch up by having a look at one. It really gives us all an idea of quite how long ago the Stone Age Period was and how early man lived then. 

Topic Tasks for today and Thursday

1. I would like you to be a history detective. I have attached a power point task for you to read through and answer some questions about the local Stone Age period.

2. You can then continue your research by using the second power point to find out more about Whitehawk Women. 

3. If you have the materials (clay, plastecine or playdoor even blu tack). You can get creative and make a Neolithic Pot.

We've had 7 2 1 8 4 visitors
We warmly invite prospective parents to our open morning on Friday 6th January 9.30-11.30