For Key Skills this week I would like you to learn the equivalent percentage, decimal and fraction facts below. It may seem a lot to remember but can you spot a pattern which could make it easier to learn? What do you notice?
DAVID WALLIAMS will take to the sky to celebrate World Book Day with a one-day, World of David Walliams, multi-city tour by Helicopter – the #WalliamsWhirlwind tour – and YOU could win the chance to have him at YOUR SCHOOL!
For key skills this week we would like you to write in the comment box below and explain, in no more than fifty words, why Simon de Senlis should win a visit from David Walliams. Remember to use strong points to form your paragraphs, supported by evidence. You could also include some of the persuasive techniques we have discussed in class. Homework is due in Wednesday 4th February.
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As you know, we have been using OneNote recently to capture learning in the classroom and as a way of enhancing outcomes, especially in Literacy. Below we want you to write about the use of it in lessons. You could cover the following points to help.
You should write a detailed paragraph during morning work rotation this week and remember to include examples of correct punctuation and grammar.
Last Friday, Kevin the Viking man visited us at Simon de Senlis to give us an insight in to the history and daily life of the Vikings. We had the chance to try on various types of armour that would have been worn in battle, as well as look at weapons such as shields and spears. He also brought in artefacts which we had to handle very carefully. One of Miss Coade’s favourite parts of the day was learning about the Viking long ship boats and studying a replica model. Which aspect of the day did you enjoy the most?
We would like you to write at least two detailed paragraphs below during morning activities this week. If you need to jog your memory, look back at the OneNote document where there are many pictures and videos of the day to help you with your writing. Remember to use correct punctuation including capital letters and full stops as well as exciting vocabulary, connectives and openers to add excitement to your writing and capture the audience’s interest. You may also want to include photos to enhance your writing.
Miss Coade and Mr Wainwright.