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Thursday 4th June

Good morning and welcome to a Happy Thursday!

Leo, Oliver and Cerys were joined by Niall yesterday, adding SUPER work to the blog. There were lots of fantastic Pentecost artwork and some wonderful descriptions of Quetico Park. 22 children logged into Education City and completed the spelling task. If you were one of the ones who forgot, catch up today! 


Below are your tasks for today. Remember if you need to ask any questions go to the class blog and add a comment to 4-6-20 TODAY'S WORK. Keep checking the comments on this BLOG because that is where we will post our replies to you.



For this week's PE Lessons, I want to either re-visit Joe Wicks or choose 3 Go Noodles to complete. Let me know what you choose and how you get on!


L.O To identify the similarities and differences in leaves. 

I want you to use your observation skills to study the wonderful trees and plants around us. It's the perfect time to go for a walk and look at the trees and plants and the leaves. Listen to the noise of the trees and smell the gorgeous scent. (Hopefully it will be dry today). If you can't get out for a walk, look at the plants in your garden or even your house. Please check with an adult before you pick a leaf. Some can be harmful to the skin. Read the slides below for the full details. 

4-6-20 Studying leaves


LO: To build tension in writing

Go to the English folder underneath the date folders on the Year 6 website page to find the information and task for today. It will concentrate on how tension is built when Francis first hears a knock underneath her row boat. Watch the clip from 2 minutes 20 seconds to 3 minutes and 8 seconds as this is the section we are concentrating on today.

CGI Animated Shorts : "Francis" - Directed by Richard Hickey | TheCGBros

Check out this well animated and creepy CGI animated film "Francis", Directed by Richard Hickey, and written by Dave Eggers. The story of "Francis" came abou...


L.O Calculating the MEAN to solve word problems.

Over the last two days. We have been learning how to calculate the MEAN (average) of a set of numbers. Today is our last lesson on MEAN and we are going to solve word problems linked to MEAN. If for some reason you have been unable to do the previous two lesson, I would advise you to do them first. You will find this difficult if you have not done these lessons. 

Click on the PDF below and your questions will appear. The answers are also attached so you can mark your work and send me your score by BLOG or EMAIL.


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