Dear all of 6A
Well here we are everybody, one day into the school closure. It is a strange feeling being off school when we should be in the classroom but we have got to make the best of this situation.
I don’t know how many of you have had a look at your study packs yet – perhaps you are still getting used to the novelty of being at home- but there is enough work in there to last a week or two if you work sensibly.
If you haven’t already started, I would have a look at the maths ‘ten for ten’ booklet and have a go at day 1. There are arithmetic and reasoning questions on there for each day. Don’t worry about how long the questions take to complete – you have plenty of time. Remember though, the whole point is to do some maths every day and not to be in a hurry to complete it all.
Once you have completed the maths task, why not have a look at the first reading book task, base it on the book ‘Clockwork’ that we have just finished in class and complete some of the activities e.g. What was your favourite part of the story or perhaps you could draw your favourite character etc.
If you still feel like you need something else to do after this, then remember to read for twenty minutes or so – you all took two books from our library to keep you going for a while. And if you are still wanting more, then have a go on the ‘Moonfleet’ comprehension sheet.
But keep in mind, we don’t know how long this situation is going to last so pace yourselves.
And remember…. ‘We don’t count the days, we make the days count.’