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Good morning, Year 6. How are you all?
Here are yesterday’s answers:
The Daily Joke:
What kind of music do planets listen to?
(answer is at the bottom)
Click here for today’s Newsround Story.
Today, you will focus on fraction, decimal and percentage equivalence. 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.
Today, we’d like you to complete a reading comprehension about the history of the telephone box. Right click on the pdfs to open them in new windows, then you should be able to see both the text and questions side-by-side. There is no need to print the sheet out. You can answer the questions in your exercise book if you prefer.
Return to School
We look forward to welcoming many of you back tomorrow. Here is a reminder of the items that you can and can’t bring to school.
You can bring in the following items:
-a named plastic lunch box if you are having a packed lunch
- a named water bottle
- a named hat (please put on your sun cream before you come to school)
- a waterproof coat (depending on the weather)
- school library books to return
We will put all of your classroom equipment in your tray so that you are not sharing them with other children in your class. You will have the same equipment every day.
We would also like you bring in the home learning work you have done. This includes your purple exercise book, your blue book into which you have written your Quest story and any other models, drawings or folders you may have. Please ensure you have put your name on the front of your books and that you have named any other items. Don’t go into a mad panic if you haven’t done everything or start trying to finish everything today - just bring in what you’ve got. These will be placed in a box before you come into school.
You must not bring in the following items:
- toys or games
- book bag
- mobile phones
- homework diaries or any other books
- pencil cases (including the contents)
- bikes or scooters
We do understand that everyone will have had different experiences and feelings over the last few weeks. Once you return to school, it is very important that you follow the rules and, above all, be kind to one another.
Thank you to those of you who shared comments on Socrative. Click on the link below to open a subpage where we’ve tried to address some of your comments.
The Daily Joke Answer: