Friday 3rd April 2020

Happy Friyay!!

We have made it through another term. You are now 2/3 of the way through Year Six!! 

How did you go on the Mind-Boggling Mysteries?  I hope you solved them before your parents did.  The answers are as follows:

  1.  Driving in the dark – Having the interior lights on inside a car can make it harder to see outside the car.  He was looking at a street map, but when he turned onto the dark road, he turned the interior lights off so he could see the road better.
  2.  Eye opener – He entered a sauna, and his glasses fogged up.

To change things up a bit – today I am going to include two Maths challenges for you at the end of today’s lesson. See below for the answers to your guided reading activity

Guided Reading Answers-Thurs.

Since this is technically the last day of term – I have developed a little test for each subject J – just kidding, we will have a nice, easy day of learning.



We are going to try a new platform for learning Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar – Studyladder.  It is very similar to Mathletics in terms of navigation and assigned tasks.  You also have a little avatar you can buy things for or change their appearance.  Below are your login details – I think you can change your password as soon as you log in.  If you have any issues please let me know.

Studyladder login details

Studyladder webpage



Inference isn’t just about the words on the page, but also the images that accompany them. Sometimes it’s hard to infer from an image.  We will be practicing that today.

Friday 3rd April Guided Reading



Below you will find a selection of Maths related tasks for you to complete today.  Please complete week two, lesson three as these are concepts we have reviewed in class several times.

I've also assigned you maths tasks on Studyladder to complete.

Don't forget to keep up with the Mathletics tasks.

Friday 3rd April Maths


Art and Design:

I have set two tasks on Studyladder – The human Body and mixing colours (tones and tints).  Please complete them.

Studyladder Webpage



As promised, two maths challenges:

Maths Challenges