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Friday

Hello, Year 6! Well, it’s the last day of term!

 

It’s a beautiful day in Springtime,

It’s a whistle a tune and sing time,

It’s a breezy green grass and yellow dancing day,

It’s a wonderful feeling!

Blossom and buds in bloom time,

It’s a change-around all things new time,

It’s a happy, hoppy healthy Springtime day!

 

Why not put on a hat and parade around your garden?

 

Here are Thursday’s answers:

Now for today’s learning:

 

The Daily Joke: laugh

What’s an astronaut’s favourite part of a computer?

(answer is at the bottom)

 

Click here for today’s Newsround Story.

 

Please ask someone to test your spellings today.

 

We would also like you to use TT Rockstars. We will be able to see the progress that you are making with this so please make sure that you login and have a go. Please use ‘Soundcheck’.

 

Maths

For today’s maths, after a warm-up, you are going to continue the unit of work about ‘angles’. There is a video to watch, then a task to complete. You can answer the questions in your exercise book.

Remember, you can pause the video at any point.

Start by watching the video and then open the pdf sheet underneath for the questions.

Angles Lesson 3

We will put the answers up later today so that you don’t have to wait 2 weeks to see if you got them right!

Here are the answers to today's maths. Please ensure that you have completed the work before you open this document:

English and Topic

We’d like you to use today to finish off your Viking project. Keep it all safely stored because we are looking forward to seeing all of your hard work when we return to school.

By the end of today, you should have finished your project. It should contain information about:

  • The invasion of Lindisfarne
  • Longships
  • Home life
  • Alfred the Great

 

Please let us know how you have been getting on with your project What have you found most interesting about the Vikings? Did anything surprise you? Are they really 'vicious Vikings'?

You can post your responses here.

 

Once you've clicked on the link, Into the ‘Room Name’ box, type CHESTER263 if you’re in Class 14 and RODGER8236 if you’re in Class 13. Then click 'JOIN'.

 

Then type in your first name and last name initial so that we know who has answered. Then click 'DONE'.

 

You will then be taken to the question and a box in which to answer.

Once you have submitted your response, click ‘OK’. It will say ‘You‘ve completed the current activity. Waiting for the next activity to begin…

At that point, you can exit.

 

We look forward to reading your responses. We aren’t able to respond to you personally, but we will read everything that you tell us.

 

Thank you for the comments that you have posted so far. It sounds like you can certainly see why Alfred is known as 'Great'! What's particularly pleasing is that, between you, you have mentioned almost every single thing that we have covered. Most importantly, you have understood that so much of what we think we know isn't always based on evidence. One of you used the word 'stereotype' to describe how Vikings have often been portrayed - you are absolutely right! Someone has requested more paper models. The instructions are rather sparse, but you might enjoy them!

THIS ACTIVITY IS NOW CLOSED.

 

Here's your workout from Joe.

The Daily Joke Answer: laughlaugh

The space bar.

 

Well that’s the end the end of another week! We hope you have enjoyed your work and have learned something new.

 

It’s also the end of the Spring Term so it’s now the Easter Holidays!

There are no lessons for two weeks. Learning will resume on Monday 20th April. Try to get away from the computer screen for a while.

 

Have a good break, remember to stay at home, keep washing those hands and eat plenty of Easter eggs!

 

Take care, everyone and enjoy the holiday!!!  smileysmiley

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