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Homework 9.5.19

Posted On 09 May 2019
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Due in on Tuesday 14th May

 

Year 3

Maths

 

Title: Can I revise equivalent fractions?

 

Please complete the sheet you have been given and stick it neatly into your homework book.

 

We will be looking for beautiful presentation, and an underlined date and title.

 

Times Tables and Reading

 

Make sure you are also learning your times tables every day. We do Cracking Times Tables every Monday.

 

Remember we expect you to record at least 4 pieces of reading in your Home School Book. We will collect home school books in every Monday. Please make sure you get an adult to sign your book.

 

Mrs Jones and Ms Roome


 

Year 4

Please click on the link below:

Year 4 Homework Slip – Week 3

 


 

Year 5

Mrs Baker and Miss Wolfe’s Maths group 

Can I solve problems involving scaling quantities?

In the last week we have been looking at scaling different quantities . For homework, you would like you to do the following in your book. Please make sure you work neatly and use a ruler when drawing your table. I have included the recipe incase you would like to make some.

 

Scale the quantities in the recipe up or down to make new amounts of biscuits.

This makes about 8 Chumbly biscuits.

120g butter

120g plain flour

50g semolina

60g caster sugar

20ml vanilla essence

100g icing sugar

 

Rub the butter and flour in a bowl together until the mixture looks like breadcrumbs.

Add the semolina, vanilla essence and caster sugar, squashing everything together so it looks like a dough

Roll out the dough onto the work surface and cut out different shapes using cookie cutters

Cook at 150 °C until golden brown.  Leave to cool. Mix the icing sugar with water and decorate.

Show the quantities needed to make 2, 12, 18, and 30 biscuits.

Create a table in your book to show the information and new quantities.


 

Year 6

Next week you will be sitting your SATs tests. For this reason, we are not setting you any specific homework. It is up to you and your parents to decide what revision you do this weekend. It is important that you focus and work on any areas you find challenging so that you feel confident when you open the test paper next week and can show off how much you have learnt. The test timetable for next week is:

 

Monday – Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar

Tuesday – Reading Comprehension

Wednesday – Maths Paper 1 (Arithmetic) and Paper 2 (Reasoning)

Thursday – Maths Paper 3 Reasoning

Friday – No tests! (Unless you need to catch-up)

 

It is very important that you have a good sleep this coming week, we are inviting you all to enjoy a pre-SATs breakfast this week – please come to school as close to 8:30am as you can!

 

Remember…

SATs do not test everything. They do not test how lovely you all are and they do not test your many talents that you have, whether it be dance, drama, singing or sport. We think you have all made fantastic progress this year and have shown what a hard-working group of children you are. Next week, all you need to do is try your absolute best and persevere with anything that comes your way. Most importantly, remember to believe in yourself – you can do this and you are brilliant!

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