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St John XXIII Catholic Primary School Inspiring Faith in our Future

Monday 18th May

English

Grammar

Complete p14 and p15 in Grammar Book 1, then photograph and turn in.

Afterwards, complete the activities attached.

 

Please remember to use your neatest handwriting and number each answer carefully so that it corresponds to the question.

Maths

Speed Tests

Following on from last weeks speed tests where Julia S had the best score by quite a bit in the multiplication and Elijah just edged the addition and subtraction, you are going to be participating in a more difficult set of speed tests this time around. Use the links below to take you to two speed tests. 

The first one is a mix between addition and subtraction of  numbers up to 2- 50.
The second one is a multiplication test with numbers from 5-12.

The test lasts 120 seconds as soon as the page opens, it will be interesting to see who can get the highest score.

When finished, you must take a screenshot and turn in. 


HAVE AS MANY GOES AS YOU WANT!! 

Remember I will be testing you on these when we return.

 

 

Follow the links:
1).
https://arithmetic.zetamac.com/game?key=68a7aa1b

2).
https://arithmetic.zetamac.com/game?key=4de73d73

Topic

Continuing on with our learning on the Evacuation during World War 2, the documents below will help you explore the experiences of children who experienced - many good, but some BAD!!!
Then, you must use what you have learned to reflect on the Positives and Negatives sides to the evacuation. Afterwards, you can use this to help you plan and write your own informal letter as if you were an evacuee writing to a family member or friend back in the city you have come from. 
The Planning Template outlines what information you can include and how it should be organised.
You can also use the Phrases and Vocabulary doc to give you ideas about the language your can use.

IF YOU PREFER, I AM HAPPY FOR YOU TO WRITE A SIMILAR LETTER THAT DETAILS HOW YOU HAVE COPED DURING LOCK-DOWN AND ISOLATION.

Please write up using your best handwriting OR type up in Google docs or Microsoft Word.

 

REMEMBER TO READ OVER YOUR WRITING TO ENSURE IT MAKES SENSE!!

Alice's Evacuee Letter

Alice reads a letter from an evacuee in World War II

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