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Hello, Year 6!! How are you all today? The sun is set to shine for us over the next couple of days.


Thank you to those of you who completed the comprehension on Socrative. It is very helpful for us to see your answers. It was lovely to see some of you using it for the first time! For some of you, it might have been the first time you logged onto the e-books page of Oxford Owls. One of our character values is ‘courage’ so it’s pleasing to see you embracing the new ways of learning. Fantastic – Year 6! You are more than welcome to use the login to read any of the books available.


Here are yesterday’s answers:


Mr Whoops:

Now for today’s learning:


The Daily Joke: laugh

What did 0 say to 8?

(answer is at the bottom)


Click here for today’s Newsround Story.



We hope that you enjoyed the first part of ‘The Boscombe Valley Mystery’. Today, we’d like you to read chapters 3, 4 and 5 (p13-23) and that will take you to the end of the story. After that, we’d like you to complete a comprehension on Socrative. There is a mixture of question types.

Just make sure that you read the question carefully. Also, there is no need to start again if you answer one of the questions incorrectly - it isn't a test!


You can find a copy of the story as an e-book on the Oxford Reading Owls website.


Click on the image of the book cover.

Then click on ‘My class login’ in the pink box.

Enter the login details.


If you are in Class 13, use these details:

My class name: thehall13

My class password: c13#


If you are in Class 14, use these details:

My class name: thehall14

My class password: c14#


Click on ‘My Bookshelf’.

From the ‘Age groups’ dropdown, select ‘Age 9-11’.

Stories of Sherlock Holmes is on the third shelf.

You can read the book on screen and turn the pages using the arrows on the right or there is the option to have the story read to you by pressing the play button next to ‘Audio’. The reader will always start from the top of the page.

Here are the details:


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.


If you would prefer to answer the questions in your exercise book, we have included a paper copy of the questions:



For today’s maths, you are going to focus on comparing and ordering fractions. 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.

Maths Fractions Lesson 2


Last week on Socrative, one of you asked for ideas about poses for figures. Well, that is the focus of today’s lesson! We’d like to research and collect images of people in action. Click on the pdf to find out more!

The Daily Joke Answer: laughlaugh

Nice belt!