Today, children from all over the school had the opportunity to take over the role of a teacher. But it wasn’t just about today – they had to get through a strenuous application process first, where they had to say why they would be good for the role!
I was lucky enough to have 4 Miss Murphy’s today:
Daniel, Isaac and Matthew from 6LM and Layal from 4SP.
It was a pleasure to have them work with me today; they did a brilliant job by giving clear instructions and assisting me with my daily jobs. They planned their own lessons and even helped me mark! What I was really impressed with was how keen they were to impress and how organised they were throughout the day – well done!
In case you missed it – here is the home learning that we’ve set:
We do this skill every day. Remember which way the digits move when you divide and how it is the opposite for multiplication. We have been talking about noticing parts of a questions before we attempt them:
- I notice that it is division, which means my digits need to move to the right… (or the point moves to the left but I did not teach you that muhaha).
- I notice that it is divide by 100 which means I need to move two places.
Have a go at this challenge. The best will win raffle tickets in class.
These sentences are ‘sick’ and need help to get better. Can you help?
The ladder was big.
Tim started to climb the ladder.
Winners will be announced in class on Thursday.
Learners of the week are Niall and Ashley. They have both been working incredibly hard on their handwriting and have earned their pen passes today. Well done!
Have a super weekend,