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Afternoon message 12.05.20


Hello Y6,

How did you find Today's Silly SATs tests? The answers to the book names in emojis are below.

  1. Cat in the hat
  2. The Hungry Caterpillar
  3. Matilda
  4. Green Eggs and Ham
  5. 3 Little Pigs
  6. Alice and Wonderland
  7. James and the Giant Peach
  8. Harry Potter
  9. Charlotte’s Web
  10. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
  11. The Rainbow Fish
  12. Tiger came to tea
  13. Black Beauty
  14. We’re going on a bear hunt
  15. The lion, the witch and the wardrobe


How many did you get correct? Tomorrow will be the last of the Silly SATs test and it will be the reasoning paper. Please please please send some of your answers to the reasoning questions to your teachers on Seesaw. We are very excited to see this. I am sure you have the option to type your answers straight onto Seesaw, you don't have to send a picture of paper. But it is completely your choice, do what works best for you.

  I haven't been up to too much lately but I did make some delicious brownies! I actually quite enjoy baking and I may have eaten most of the cake mix off the spoon before putting them in the oven, oops! But they have turned out great!

I hope you all have good night's rest ready for your final test tomorrow. I can not wait to see some of your answers! cheeky


Mrs Dushku

Morning message 12.05.20


Good morning! 

How did you find your SATs papers yesterday? I did think the spellings were extremely easy so I hope you all got 20/20. Today for Silly SATs you will have the reading paper to complete. It is uploaded below. Remember to try your best and the answers to check your work will be uploaded later at 3pm.

 You're allowed to go out for unlimited exercise now so I hope you take full advantage especially when the weather is nice. You could even take a picture on Seesaw and show us your outside activities.


Have a good day everyone.


Mrs Dushku

Daily Timetable/Activities



Read for at least 20 minutes. This could be your school reading book, a home book, Bug Club or another text you enjoy. Identify any new and unknown vocabulary and find the definitions.


You can then complete your Silly SATs Reading paper! Enjoy!



Complete the daily Joe Wicks (The Body Coach) PE lesson.

Visit his YouTube channel here: 



Visit the BBC Bitesize daily lesson website here (we are no longer using White Rose Maths):

Please complete today's lesson (Multiplying Fractions by Fractions). You can watch the videos first to help you, then complete the activities and mark them - you can find the answer document directly underneath the activity on the BBC Bitesize website. If you are finding it difficult, re-watch the videos or look for other online tutorials (Khan Academy and Mathantics are good places to start).



Today you are going to begin writing your fictional narrative based on one of the pictures which you should have chosen yesterday. Each of you is doing something slightly different, so you need to use your own judgement to decide how to begin. Below I attached a few things which will help you as you write your narrative. Remember to check back through your plan as you write and also check the TAF regularly to ensure you are meeting your targets. We will continue writing tomorrow  so there is no need to rush it today! I've also added the pictures from yesterday to the bottom of this page so you can easily check them again!


Use  2Publish Plus on Purple Mash (it has been set as a to do) to create a leaflet based on your learning in History or Science for this term.

You should need to be able to ensure there is consistency across the document – this means not using too many different fonts and colours etc. Make sure you consider the audience. 

When you have finished your leaflet,  evaluate the document you have made –

is the document fit for purpose?

Is the colour / font / layout appropriate for the audience?

Is it easy to read?

Is the font size too small / too big?  

Using your evaluations, you should be able to edit and amend your documents as needed.

Don’t forget to save! 

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