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In our maths lessons at school, we always start them by completing Fluent in Five and Rapid Reasoning tasks. Each task should be timed for 5 minutes. This is to practice any methods they have learnt throughout the year. 



This week in maths, we are learning about Multiplication and Division.


For our maths lesson today, we will be continuing to learn how to divide 2 digit by 1 digit numbers. However, today we will be learning about reminders as well.


Please watch the video and have a go at the tasks on the video.





For our EGPS lesson, we are going to be learning about plurals. Today, we are going to be investigating more plurals. Please follow the video. You will need a piece of paper and a pencil.






For our English lesson today, we will be reading more of our class story, Escape from Pompeii. I would like you to read up to page 9 please.


Today, we will be focusing on developing our inference skills which we started on Monday. This means we will be thinking about how Tranio and Livia are feeling using the evidence from the story. After you have read the story to page 9, I would like you to think about how Tranio and Livia's feelings have changed from the beginning of the story to now. 


Here are 3 pictures of Tranio and Livia from the start of the story to page 9. For each picture, I would like you to draw a speech bubble and write how each character is feelings.


For example: For the first picture, I would draw a speech mark for Tranio. In that speech mark I would write 'I am so pleased to have a friend like Livia. I'm always cheerful when I get to play jacks on a sunday with her.'





Today in Science, we are going to continue learning about Fossils. However, we are going to be focusing on the discovery of fossils today. I would like you to watch the true story of Mary Anning. She is a significant person and whilst you are watch the video, I would like you to think about why she is a signifcant person.




After, I would like you to drawn Mary Anning in the middle of your piece of paper. Around your drawing of Mary Anning, I would like you to write her discovers, achievements and why she is such a significant person in science.