3.5.19

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SPaG revision:

Question 1:

Question 2:

Question 3:

Question 4:

Maths: Angles

angles around full turn = 360 degrees

angles on a straight line = 180 degrees

angles in a right angle = 90 degrees

angles in a triangle = 180 degrees

angles in a quadrilateral = 360 degrees

Question 1:

Question 2

 

Have a relaxing long weekend!

This week’s parent email:

3.5.19

Year 6: What have we been up to?

Dancers: On Tuesday, children from Year 6 attended a dance festival. Boys and girls from 6SK and 6LM represented the school competing against others from across the Leeds area. The children did the school proud and managed to win ‘Best Teamwork’, as well as receiving some fantastic comments about their choreography. Everyone received a certificate for their achievements, well done everyone.

Hoodies:

Hoodies have now been ordered. We expect them to arrive during the Summer term. Many thanks for your orders.

Spellings: Well done to this week’s 10/10 spellers. Scores are in planners, along with the next set of spellings to learn. We have set 8 spellings to learn this week, many of which are based on the same spelling rule – so they shouldn’t be too tricky.

Home Learning: We have been very happy with the effort being put into revision both at school and at home. Because of this, we have not set SPaG or Maths home learning pages, but have asked children to work through them at their own speed. A ‘little and often’ approach to revision is usually the best way, although, we have advised children to relax and not to stress about the upcoming weeks.

See you back on Tuesday 7th May

 

 

Miss Murphy

9 thoughts on “3.5.19

  1. Blog Challenges ➕➖➗✏️📝

    Grammar

    1.
    He’ll be there at four o’clock.
    My two sons are very different from one another.
    My new house is similar to my old one.
    The lake was deep compared with the rivers that fed it.

    2.
    The pedestrian was blown over by the gale. ✅
    The gale caused the pedestrian to blow over. ⬜️
    In the gale, the pedestrian blew over. ⬜️
    Because it was gale-force conditions, the pedestrian blew over. ⬜️

    3.
    Let us go to see the new Harry Potter film; it has been well reviewed.
    [Let’s] [It’s]
    You should not be late or you will miss the opening title.
    [Shouldn’t] [You’ll]
    We are going to love it!
    [We’re]

    4.
    The bull elk’s carcass was ripped to peices by the wolf pack.

    The wolf pack ripped the bull elk’s carcass to peices.

    Maths

    1.
    a) 151*
    b) 90*
    c) 119 5/27
    d) 90569
    e) 6627
    f) 4801

    2.
    90*

  2. SPaG
    Q1-
    He’ll be there at four o’clock.
    My two sons are very different from one another.
    My new house is similar to my old one.
    The lake was deep compared with the rivers that fed it.
    Q2-
    The pedestrian was blown over by the gale.
    Q3-
    Let’s
    it’s
    shouldn’t
    you’ll
    we’re
    Q4-
    The wolf pack ripped the bull elk’s carcass to pieces.
    Maths
    Q1-
    151 degrees.
    Q2-
    96 degrees
    Q3-
    119 5/27
    Q4-
    90569
    Q5-
    6627
    Q6-
    4801
    Q7-
    234 degrees
    Have a great bank holiday!
    Daniel.

  3. Hello Miss Murphy!

    Spag

    1. At
    From
    To
    With

    2. The pedestrian was blown over by the gale.

    3. Lets
    It’s
    Shouldn’t
    You’ll
    We’re

    4. The wolf pack ripped the Bull elk’s carcass into pieces.

    Maths
    1.209 degrees
    2.96 degrees
    3. 119 r 5/27
    4.11045
    5.6627
    6.4801
    7.92 degrees

  4. My spag revision:
    1.
    a) He’ll be there at four o’clock. b) My sons are very different from one another. c) My new house is similar to my old one. d) The lake was very deep compared with the rivers that fed it.
    2. The pedestrian was blown over by the gale.
    3. Let’s,it’s,shouldn’t,you’ll,we’re.
    4. The wolf pack had ripped the bull elk’s carcass into pecies.

  5. SPaG Revision:
    Q1 –
    He’ll be there at 4 o’ cock.
    My two sons are different from one another.
    My new house is similar to my old one.
    The lake was deep compared with the rivers that fed it.

    Q2 –
    The pedestrian was blown over by the gale.

    Q3 –
    Let’s go see the new Harry Potter film: it’s been well reviewed.
    You shouldn’t be late or you’ll miss the opening titles.
    We’re going to love it.

    Q4 –
    The wolf pack ripped the bull elk’s carcass to pieces.

    Maths: angles:
    Q1 –
    1. c = 151 degrees
    2. d =176 degrees
    3. 119 4/27
    4. 90569
    5. 6627
    6. 4801

    Q2 – 234 degrees

  6. He’ll be there at four O’clock.
    My two sons are very different from each other.
    My new house is similar to my old one.
    The lake was deep compared with the rivers that fed it.

  7. Hi Miss Murphy I hope you are having a nice week

    Grammar

    1) by ,from,to,with
    2a) the pedestrian was blown over by the gale
    2b) the pedestrian was blown over by the gale
    3) let’s , it’s ,shouldn’t , you’ll ,we’re
    4) The wolf pack ripped the bull elks carcass to pieces .

    Maths

    1) 151degrees
    2) 96degrees
    3) 100and5/27
    4) 2209×41=90269
    5) 4398+2229=6637
    6) 4801
    7) 92 degrees

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