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Editing to improve!

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This morning in literacy we are going to be editing our newspaper article we wrote yesterday. We will be able to identify features we have used using our self assessment sheet, we will how check our spellings in our work … Continue reading

Fractions, Decimals and Percentages!

This morning in Maths we have been looking at fractions, decimals and percentages. We have been given a range of questions  relating to fractions, decimals and percentages. Do you know the answers to the question below?


This afternoon we have been given a challenge  to cook something. Have a look at the ingredients below and step by step instructions. What do you think we are cooking? We will post photos later on to reveal what we have been cooking.

Identifying features of journalistic writing!

This morning we have we have been identifying journalistic writing. We can identify SPaG elements in a newspaper report and know why certain SPaG elements have been used. As well we are able to explain the purpose of the features and SPaG elements are used. Do you know any features of journalistic writing?

Punctuation and Grammar!

This morning we have been looking at punctuation and grammar. We have looked at statements to which one should have a full stops, questions marks, pair of verbs and lots more. Do you know where a full stop should go?

Learning how to substitute into simple expressions and equations!

This morning we learnt what it means to substitute into equations and we know what it means when a number is next to a letter. We have been able to substitute into simple equations to find part of a particular value.  Do you know what substituting into equations means?

Describing a key event in detail!

This morning we have been describing a key event from A Midsummer Nights Dream. We know we need to include subordinating clauses (makes a complex sentence), embedded clause (change clauses for effect), and fronted adverbials (time, reason, manner, place). Do you know what a fronted adverbial is?

Creating our oil/ pastel pictures of William Shakespeare!

This afternoon we were given the challenge to do a collage of William Shakespeare. We were each given a specific area to do (left hand side of face, right hand side of face, bottom left hand side of face and bottom right hand side of face). We then match each section together to form our collage. What part would you choose to draw?

Identifying buildings in our town in French!

This afternoon we have being doing French. We looked at pictures and words in French linked to building where we lived. Then we had to write what we had in our town and what we didn’t have in our town in French. Do you know what supermarket is in French?

Using complex sentences accurately!

This morning in literacy we have been doing complex sentences. We know how a complex sentence is structured and we know how to develop sentences around a key clause. As well as writing a sentence with a main and embed clause. Do you know how to create a complex sentence?