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    Maths homework - Roman Numerals sheet given to you in class.
    Due 26.6.18

    Challenge:
    Some numbers in Roman numerals are palindromic (the same forwards and backwards).
    For example, XIX.
    Generate 2 further examples.
    What do you notice?


    English - spend some time thinking about the diary of a Victorian child - we will be writing this on MONDAY so bring notes to then please.

    Computing homework - watch a section of an animated film/advert/tv show. Which techniques do you like? How do they get the message across? Bring notes to Thursday 28.6.18

    Maths homework - Roman Numerals sheet given to you in class.
    Due 26.6.18

    Challenge:
    Some numbers in Roman numerals are palindromic (the same forwards and backwards).
    For example, XIX.
    Generate 2 further examples.
    What do you notice?...

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    Please note:

    Due to us needing an extra day learning about perimeter, the maths will go out tomorrow (Fri 8th) and as a result, be due Weds 13th. The poster for playleading task is still due one week later, i.e. Thurs 14th June. 😀

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    Hi all,

    For those of you who have the double-sided angles homework sheet, question 5 hasn't photocopied well. The angle between angle f and the one labelled 41 degrees should have the right angle symbol (the square). For this question, you then now have the information you need to complete it. Sorry for the bad copying! 😀

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    Y5 half term homework

    Maths
    1. Complete the task on missing angles; remember your key facts. At a point adds to 360°, at a right angle 90° and on a straight line 180°. You have a choice of sheet but must attempt to complete all the one you have chosen. Due Tuesday after half term.
    2. You have been given up to three areas from your maths papers which you need to revise over the break. Spend some time on mathsframe or with someone at home working on these and bring proof of achievement to the first day back. This could be some calculations or problems completed together or a signature from someone at home confirming you’ve played a game/completed an activity to help revise those areas.

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    Learn your song words! (Coming out Friday 25th)

    Y5 half term homework

    Maths
    1. Complete the task on missing angles; remember your key facts. At a point adds to 360°, at a right angle 90° and on a straight line 180°. You have a choice of sheet but must attempt to complete all the one you have chosen. Due Tuesday after half term.
    2. You have been given up to three areas from your maths papers which you need to revise over the break. Spend some time on mathsframe or with someone at home working on these and bring proof of achievement to the first day back. This could be some calculations or problems completed...

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    https://app.keysurvey.co.uk/f/1219777/1ba1/
    This is the link for the pupil survey.
    Do not worry if you don't know what this is, Miss Morris will explain it you.

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    Here are the songs and their words for Darwin Rocks.

  • Ms. Dienel's avatar

    Just to confirm - no homework this week. 😀

    • Lucy H.
      Lucy H. said May 19, 2018

      Please can you put the songs and words to Darwin Rocks on here please

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    Maths homework =reflection and translation sheet. You should be able to complete all parts. Due Tuesday 15th May.

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    Maths homework - %s sheet given to you in class. Due 10.5.18

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    Year 5 English homework due Tuesday 10th May
    We have been working on our use of relative clauses this week. These give us extra information about a noun and often use the relative pronouns who, which, whose etc. We can also write them without the pronoun – see examples below.
    Following your police reports about King Duncan’s murder, your task is to write a police report about a similar heinous crime: the removal of the staff room biscuit tin. Was it taken away on purpose? Stolen? Lost? Write your detective report about who you interviewed (remember to punctuate speech correctly!), what they did and who you think is guilty, making sure you get as many relative clauses in as possible. Practise them with and without the pronoun. You may write or type this work and it should be approx. 1/3-1/2 page, depending on the size of your handwriting.
    Relative clause with pronoun and without reminder:
    Malcom, who was suspicious of Macbeth, resolved to escape to England.
    could become:
    Malcom, suspicious of Macbeth, resolved to escape to England.
    Or
    Donalbain, who was quivering with fear, knew that the murderer was still at large.
    could become:
    Donalbain, quivering with fear, knew that the murderer was still at large.




    Year 5 English homework due Tuesday 10th May
    We have been working on our use of relative clauses this week. These give us extra information about a noun and often use the relative pronouns who, which, whose etc. We can also write them without the pronoun – see examples below.
    Following your police reports about King Duncan’s murder, your task is to write a police report about a similar heinous crime: the removal of the staff room biscuit tin. Was it taken away on purpose? Stolen? Lost? Write your detective report about who you interviewed (remember to punctuate speech...

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