Week beginning: 22 JUNE 2020
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Mental maths books – Daily task – Week 35 – work through your book daily.
nspcc assembly with ant and dec
If you didn't get the chance last week to watch this video, we've kept it on this page for one more week. We'd like all of you to spend some time watching this, which has been made by the NSPCC with the help of Ant and Dec. If you want to know any more afterwards, click on the "Keeping Safe" option above.
the london eye mystery
Much of your home learning for Literacy and Guided Reading is about chapters from this excellent book. You need to refer to different chapters for different tasks. Here are the chapters you'll need.
We are continuing work on – The London Eye Mystery – we are focusing on chapter 10 and 11 this week, where the police arrive to investigate the missing child. But the chapters 7,8,9 are attached too so that you can keep up with the book.
Day 1: SPAG lesson – Please look through the revision powerpoint on pronouns, and then complete the pronouns task. There are three tasks which progressively become more challenging. Please Pick 2 tasks. Answers are on the honesty card.
Day 2: Introduction to police reports. Read both reports and think about how they are similar or different. Then look at the features that are included and find evidence of them in both texts. Then explain how the 2 reports are similar and different.
Day 3: Today, you have been given a transcript of a police report – this is the real evidence spoken by the witnesses. Read the example and then create your own TRANSCRIPT using the evidence from Chapter 11.
Day 4: Today you are to write the police report from the transcript you made yesterday. Convert the transcript into the Police’s version on events. Remember to look at the report example from Lesson 2.
This week we will be looking at Britain. We will be looking at money and day trips.
Day 1: Work your way through arithmetic sheet focusing on % of amounts in the folder SEE THE MATHS WEEK 1 DAY 1 FOLDER FOR TASK + HONESTY CARD. Watch the Bitesize link to help you work out % of amounts if you have forgotten.
Day 2: Tickets please – You have the ticket prices for 4 London attractions work through the worded problems and there is an honesty card too!
Day 3: Challenge task: read through the instruction on the sheet to solve the Perimeter investigation. Do the coloured task that you would usually do at school and try the next one too!
This week, we are focusing on chapters 10 and 11 this week.
Task 1 – retrieval questions
Task 2 - find evidence of the children’s’ Love/hate relationship
Task 3 – Body language – Look at the evidence given and compare it to the text and explain how the body actions reflect their thoughts and emotions.
Task 4 – using the evidence from the text, draw the scene when the police arrive.
other tasks to do
Here are some other tasks for you to do as and when you get the chance.
YOU CAN DO AS MANY OR AS FEW AS YOU LIKE!
History: A look at the history of London. First of all, click the map of old London to read about the history of London. Then click the London logo to read the task and, finally, the scissors to get the cut out task!
Geography: Firstly, do the quiz about famous landmarks of the world (click the picture of the famous landmarks!) Then click on Tower Bridge to read this week's task.
PE: REAL PE Day 9.
Want to stay in contact?
To find your class blog, go to the Purple Mash home page and find the ‘Tools’ box. Find the Communicate box and click on 2blog. Here you will find your class blog from which you will be able to contact your teacher and members of your class. Make sure your messages are kind and helpful. You can also email each other or the teachers through Purple Mash.
You can email things you've done to your class teacher at "classname"@orchardjunior.com. Someone will try to look at the emails each week day and get back to you.
As always, we would like you to practice your times tables and spellings.
Parents please test your children in the way we do at school - they will tell you how!