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Day 3 (15.07.20)

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Today is our chance to say thank you to you and your parents for all of your hard work over the past four months. We know that for some of you it has been really challenging, but despite this, you have found ways to overcome any difficulties you have had. We are very proud of you.

Thank you to those children who have e-mailed to update us with their news and to share photos of their work. It has kept us going during what has felt like such a long time since we were all together. We have missed you all so very much.


Good morning one and all!


We hope you are well this drizzly Wednesday morning. Three days to go…


*   When you come to collect your books or brother/sister today, please walk around the outside path to our classroom 

     and collect your Anglo-Saxon house (weather-permitting it will be outside on a table) *

    Oh, and don’t forget to give me a wave and a smile through the window!


Here are your tasks for today:


Maths:     Converting units of time


Watch the video and then complete the worksheet:

Year 5 - Week 12 - Lesson 3 - Converting units of time

This is "Year 5 - Week 12 - Lesson 3 - Converting units of time" by White Rose Maths on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.

Further activities for today’s learning can be found here:


For Tuesday’s maths can be found here:


Or for Monday’s maths here:


(Just in case you want any additional practice with any of these topics)

English: I am unique


Today we would like you to take part in some self-reflection.


  • Have a look at this quote. What do you think it means? Do you agree with or live by this motto? Maybe you could discuss this or share your thoughts with an adult at home.



  • It's important to do the things that make you, you. Draw a picture of yourself and surround it with the things that you love and enjoy, that you are proud of and that mean that you are being yourself.

Extra activities:


I am amazing

What 3 words do you hope that people will associate with you in this next academic year? If you have access to a computer you could use the words to create a picture on


I can achieve great things

What have I accomplished this year?


Think of all the amazing things you have achieved this year. Write them down on a piece of paper and add them to your jar. Eg. I have worked independently each day on my home learning.  See if you can fill a jar with all your wonderful achievements. 


Hope you have a lovely day,


Miss Wood and Mrs Canipa

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