Full and Empty in Maths!

Over the last week, 1C have been learning all about volume and capacity in maths. This lesson focussed on the different language we use to describe the capacity of containers. We used words such as full, empty, nearly full and nearly empty. We had a go a making these different measurements, working hard with our shoulder partner and discussing what the measurements should look like!

We thought really hard about capacity and whether the size of container made a difference to how much water they could hold. This lesson was lots of fun and we only got a little bit wet! Look how kind and careful we are as we work with our shoulder partners!

Caziyah is a shining star! 🌟

Every single day this superstar comes with home learning. She is so determined to do the best she can in her SATs and I couldn’t be prouder of her! She doesn’t just complete any home learning, she works on her areas for development asked on her gap analysis. You are smashing it Cazyiah! Another example of ‘4’ in work hard!

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So proud of these superstars! 💙

After finding out their maths scores last week, these superstars led their own learning by completing extra work at home on their areas of development! We are so proud of them all! 10 crew coins each!

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Maths superstars!

These two were desperate to share with me the awesome maths work they’ve been doing with Miss Garnham!

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Perfecting percentages!

This morning, this lovely lot smashed percentages and I could not be prouder! They applied their skill set this afternoon in their weekly arithmetic test and they all got full marks in the percentage questions!

Keep up the hard work 6B!
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This week’s home learning

Please can all Year 6 children complete the above pages for this week’s home learning. This must be returned by Monday and all returned home learning will receive a ticket for our revision raffle!

Keep working hard you superstars!

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SATs parent workshop!

Our parents have been working hard the at last SATs revision session. Our focus was multiplying fractions! This week we are moving onto dividing fractions. We hope to see you all there! The extended study which you can complete at home is the ‘fractions’ section in your maths revision books.

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The parents smashed adding and subtracting fractions!

Yesterday in our maths parent workshop, we looked at adding and subtracting fractions. The parents did such a fantastic job and then they were able to support their children with their SATs revision.

Thank you to everyone who came to support. The online task for those who couldn’t is now on Google classroom. After half-term, we will be looking at multiplying and dividing fractions!

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