Week beginning: 30th March 2020
As always, please encourage your child to read daily and complete their yellow reading record.
Please email email@example.com for the mark schemes of the papers sent home.
Maths: Log in to complete the tasks set on purple mash
English: Complete Grammar paper in the CGP pack provided
Maths: Complete Maths Paper 3 from the CGP pack provided
English: Log in to complete the tasks set on Purple Mash: Football Time and In the Beginning
Maths: Log in to complete the tasks set on Purple Mash
English: Complete a Reading paper from the CGP pack provided
Maths: Complete Arithmetic paper from the pack provided
English: Year Book Writing: Try and think about the trips you have been on: Chessington, Bird World, Farnham Museum, Butser Farm, RHS Wisley, Farnham Museum and Swanage to name a few. Write a short informative recount of your favourite trip, explain where you went, what you were learning about, your favourite memory and why. Remember to send this writing to firstname.lastname@example.org
e.g. In Year 3, we went to RHS Wisley as part of our Rainforest Topic. As usual, we walked to get the bus from the end of King’s Head Lane, except this time it hadn’t arrived. This was quite unusual and we were waiting for a few minutes whilst our teacher called the school the check where it was. After a few minutes, the yellow bus arrived, it turns out it had gone to West Byfleet Junior School instead of Byfleet Primary School!! Our journey took about 20 minutes. We were all so excited to go, especially after the bus had arrived later. Once we arrived, we got to explore the gardens, to my surprise they were much bigger than expected. I loved looking at all the flowers and plants, as well as reading the interesting facts about them. My favourite memory was…..
Maths: Nrich Games: Play Remainders: https://nrich.maths.org/1783
Use the clues and interactive tool to investigate all the possible numbers using the clues provided. Explain your reasoning.
E.G. Clue: “I'm thinking of a number. My number is both a multiple of 5 and a multiple of 6. What could my number be?”
Answer: “The number could be thirty, because five and six are both factors of thirty. Another answer it could be is sixty or anything that is a multiple of thirty. A rule that I found was that the answer had to end in a zero because there is no multiple of six that ends in a five, and multiples of five have to end in a five or zero. So we knew that the answer had to end in a zero.”
Challenge: You may then wish to complete the extension of this activity: The Remainders Game: https://nrich.maths.org/6402
English: Complete a reading activity from the sheet attached below
Spellings:Practise your spellings daily using one of the activities from our school's spelling approach:
Read through the Isaac Newton Fact sheet and answer the questions.
Research the work of Isaac Newton’s colour experiments further and present it in a poster or PowerPoint.
Look through the power point below. How have areas changed over time?
Find an image of an area familiar to you from the past:
Find an image from present day:
Write a short comparison between these images- what do you notice? What has changed? What has stayed the same?