11am: There will be an online Zoom lesson for the whole class at 11:00 where we will do our next changes and relationships lesson. This will involve me sharing my screen with you on Zoom so that we can watch the video together.
1.30pm: There will be a Zoom for Year 6 at 1.30pm today, about transition for secondary school. There is a booklet below which can be picked up from school or printed out at home.
Spelling Lessons and tasks for this week.
These can be done today and throughout the week.
Spellings - Spelling Bees
Click on the link below to take you to the Spelling Bees groups.
Spellings Week 5 - Year 5
LO: Convert nouns or verbs into adjectives using suffix ‘ive’
Spellings - Week 5 Year 6
LO: To spell synonyms and antonyms to describe temperature
Maths - Alternative lesson for Mrs Charmer's Group
LO: To partition 3 digit numbers in different ways
Click on the link to access the lesson. Do the quiz, then watch the video, pausing when asked to complete the activities. You will need a die (dice) for this lesson. If you don't have one, you could make one!
Maths - Year 5
LO: To translate shapes
Maths -Year 6
LO: To read and interpret pie charts
11am - PSHE Live Zoom
Lesson 4 - Spots and Sleep
We will try this lesson using Zoom.
This is the page from the booklet which we would be completing.
English - short lesson
LO: To plan a balanced argument
Try to list as many of Macbeth’s crimes as possible
Order Macbeth’s crimes from least worse to worse
1 Plots to kill an anointed King
2 Orders murderers to kill Banquo and his young son
3 Upsets the natural order of the world by killing God’s representative on Earth
4 Kills King Duncan – God’s representative on Earth
5 Kills Macduff’s entire family and household including babies and small children.
Here are some pictures of some of the pages which you may find helpful when trying to think of all of his crimes.
Alternative English Lesson for Mrs Charmer's Group
LO: To recall events from a text
Year 6 Transition Session
Year 6, join us on Zoom for a transition to secondary school session!
The Zoom link is on the blog.
Year 5 Reading
Choose your difficulty, read the text and answer the questions.
Use your best handwriting, full punctuation and remember to include your answer and some evidence from the text using quotes.