Trevor Nunes

Daily Maths.

Don’t forget you should be revising your times tables and division knowledge every day.

You can also use http://www.mathletics.co.uk/ to work through your daily tasks. Use your Username and Password that was issued to you by me. If you’ve forgotten/lost it,you can come and see me!

Private Peaceful by Michael Morpurgo

Listen again to Episode One and two if need be.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p01n4p31 – episode 1

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p01n4p58 – episode 2

1. Identify the characters introduced in the first episode.
2. Consider how they are related and what those relationships look like.
3. In class on Friday we will identify where close bonds are illustrated using the text to explain.

You can jot down notes or a mind map in your reading journal or make a comment below.

What price progress. Knowledge Harvest.

Now that we have discussed the theme and thought about what ‘Progress’ means to us, it’s time to start creating the questions that we want to answer.
In the comments box below write a question that you want us as a class to answer within this topic.
Think about your life and the things that have changed in the last 5 years. How many of these changes have benefited your life? Are there any ways that they have made your life not so good?

Homework!

Check in to this section to find updates to your home learning tasks.

You can start this weekend by logging in to your Mathletics page (http://www.mathletics.co.uk/) and completing the individual tasks that I have set for each of you! It will hopefully help you with the (not so) surprise test that you’ll have on Monday!

 

 

Welcome to Migratia!

The students in MP3 are studying “Migration: Moving people” in IPC. For their Entry Point the children were to hold class elections to vote in a new ckass president. The election was rigged and the children were thrown out of their classroom by the General. They were forced to find refuge in the new land of Migratia.

“One of the problems was that we all had different coloured passports. It meant that we were entitled to different things. That wasn’t fair”    Eno. P7

“We struggled to find things to build our  camps. If we found extra, we traded with the other camps for the things we needed. Some camps stole things from us.”         Ype P7

“At playtime some of the other classes came and tried to break our camps. They didn’t want us being in their way.”       Yesi. P8