It was such a delight to see some of you last Friday. The circumstances were very, very odd but it was lovely to see you all the same.
I would like to give a big shout out to these readers on myON who are reading for 20 minutes or more daily. They are:
Well done and keep it up during the summer!
Monday 13th July
Log onto Purple Mash (Statutory words from year 5 and 6 list- Y6 SUM2 WK6 D1)
-Look Say Cover Write Check (LSWCS)
-Quiz (on the 2do section)
Number of the week: 5,446
White Rose Maths (WRM)
Go to Week 9 (w/c 22nd June) on Area and perimeter.
Complete the practise in the video.
Tuesday 14th July
Watch the video on Week 9 (w/c 22nd June) lesson 2 entitled 'Area of triangles'.
Then do the NCETM activity below.
Wednesday 15th July
Go to WRM Summer Term – Week 9 (w/c 22nd June) and watch the video (lesson 3) on ‘Area of parallelograms’.
Watch the video and practise as you go!
Watch these films, as part of CAFOD's Universal Church unit on the common good.
Consider… ‘How would I change the world for the good of all?’
Prepare a presentation to share your hopes and dreams showing how your decisions for change are informed by religious beliefs and values.
Thursday 16th July
Fr Javier will be hosting a Leavers’ Mass in school today at 10am. Social distance guidelines will be adhered to. Mass is only open to you (Y6) so unfortunately your parents/siblings cannot attend. You must arrive/exit via the double gated playground entrance. Mass will be finished by 11am. If you are going home alone afterwards, please get your parent/carer to notify the school. ✝️
Go to WRM Summer Term – Week 8 (w/c 15th June) and watch the video (lesson 4) on ‘Volume of cuboids’. Watch the video and get practising!
Friday 17th July
So the day has finally come. It's your last day at St. Agnes.
Lots of love Miss Donnelly, Kerry, Mrs Kemp and all at St. Agnes xxx
Last week, the website crashed and removed the weekly timetable.???
Apologies for this. The document had to be uploaded as a file instead and the same has been done for this week. Fingers and toes crossed it stays on the website. ?? If there any problems, please do not hesitate to contact the school.
On a more positive note, I would like to give a big shout out to these readers on myON who are reading for 20 minutes or more daily. They are:
Well done and keep it up!
Number of the week: 1,000
NCETM activity (Wednesday)
Do the activity below based on your maths group.
Yellow, Orange , Green and Red:
Sarah is 0·2 m taller than Jack. Ella is 15 cm taller than Sarah. Who is the tallest person? What is the difference in height between the tallest and the shortest person?
Sarah is 0·2 m taller than Jack. Ella is 15 cm taller than Sarah. Their combined height is 3·25 m. How tall is Ella?
Principles of Catholic Social Teaching
Riddle: If two’s company, and three’s a crowd, what are four and five?
Whiteboard marker fun
Solve this riddle: What has to be broken before you can use it?
Don't stress about schoolwork. In June, we will get your children back on track. I am a teacher and that's my superpower. So right now I need you to share your calm, strength and laughter. No children are ahead. No children are behind. Your children are exactly where they need to be (at home in lockdown!)
Miss Donnelly, Kerry and Mrs Kemp xxx
It will all be alright in the end, if it's not alright, it's not the end x
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