Wednesday 13th May 2020
Today would’ve been your arithmetic paper! So as we have done previously, we are going to try to make it fun. Below you will find an arithmetic paper with only 15 questions! This can be set up as a treasure hunt if your adult can set it up as one! You can print the questions or you can just write them on paper and hide them around your house. Try to complete the questions remembering all the arithmetic skills you are so good at! If you can’t do it as a treasure hunt, just try to answer the questions as best you can.
Today’s fun quiz is a Where’s Wally test! Time how long it takes you to find Wally! J
Today is Guided Reading day. Today, we are going to complete it with one of our unseen texts. Below you will find a picture of the text. Please read this through before you try to answer the questions. The questions are also listed below. Please answer these into your homework book as usual. I will post the answers to these tomorrow so you can check!
Today, you are continuing your new topic about Light!
Below, there are two PowerPoints on refraction and the light spectrum. Please read through these PowerPoints and complete the task on each of them!
Mrs Carlisle has also put on some challenge experiments and investigations for those people who are interested! Have a go if you want to and let us know how you are getting on with them!
Remember I love seeing your work and the fun things you are doing! Keep sending them to firstname.lastname@example.org
REMEMBER if you haven’t already: Yearbook
We are really hoping to be able to get a Yearbook put together for you all to remember your time at St Joseph’s. We will try everything we can to do this! To do this, I need some information about you all to put in the Yearbook.
There is a document below to fill in but all I really need to know if what your ambition is for the future e.g. what you would like to do for a job or career when you grow up and what your favourite memory of St Mary’s is!
Please have a think about these and email this document or just the answer to these two questions to email@example.com
You could drop it off at school if you live nearby and can’t email this. To do this, please just leave it in the foyer of school so there is no contact between you and the members of staff and children in school for everyone’s safety. If you can’t do this, you could ring school and tell the answers to these to a member of staff who will write these down and pass them on. Please try the other methods if possible though.