I had to post on our blog tonight as I’m very proud of all of your commitment to learning today. Our writing is coming along nicely in IPEELL – I can’t wait for you to start your Otley Chevin leaflets and brochures tomorrow! What’s more is, PE was great once again. Your hockey skills have developed so much. Miss Murphy was also very proud of you in RE. We are on 100% attendance this week so far, I wonder whether we’ll make it two weeks in a row?

Behaviour and alertness in class is getting better by the day; this made me think of one of my favourite people in education, Michael Rosen. Michael jokes about teachers in class and is famous for his performance poetry:

Michael LOVES to use repetition in his poems and is very animated, dramatic and enthusiastic. He is perhaps most famous for his ‘We’re going on a Bear Hunt’ performance. Maybe we’ll get to do some Michael Rosen inspired performance poems this year…

…Below is the home learning that is due in next Friday (not tomorrow).

**Home Learning:SPaG:**

We spoke about relative clauses and embedded clauses, as well as having a go at writing them. Here is some info that about them, which explains it very well:

**Maths Arithmetic:** Take your time with these – can you do the inverse to check them?**Inference Task:**

Here is a passage of text from Born to Run. What inferences can you infer? Comment below!

**Science:**

Some children have been doing Science experiments at home and sharing them with me – which I really appreciate. Miss Judge has recommended this exciting website for Science experiments: **http://www.physics.org/marvinandmilo.asp**

- Next week there are Parent Consultations.
- The author Tom Palmer is visiting Tuesday!
- Don’t forget PE Tuesday and Thursday.
- We are having a Sumdog competition from Monday to Friday.

Thanks for all of your answers and comments on the class blog,

Mr Kay

7o:missing number is 2,000

7p:next missing number is 30,000

8o: it is 414

8p:this one is 290

Thanks Yjesh.

1) 69 X 6= 414

2) 58 X 5 = 290

3) 100+3,000+20=130,020

4) 5,042,000=5,000,000+40,000+2000

Thanks Ria!

Hi Mr Kay, the maths answers are:

7o: The missing number is 2,000

7p: The missing number is 30,000

8o: 69 x 6 = 414 – the inverse is 69 ÷ 6 = 11 and 3/6

8p: 5 x 58 = 290 – the inverse is 5 ÷ 58 = 11 and 3/5

Well done for doing the inverse!

i hope you won’t be the same as miss in the video.

Me too!

i am going to try the sicence thing today

1:2,000

2:30,000

3:414

4:290

for maths

Thanks Kristina.

i was quite easy for me

7o) 5,042,000 = 5,000,000 + 40,000 + 2,000

7p) 100,000 + 30,000 + 20 = 130,020

8o) 69 (times) 9 = 414 the inverse is 414 (divide) 9 = 69

8p) 58 (times) 5 = 290 the inverse is 290 (divide) 5 = 58

Thanks for this, Yara.

2000

30,000

414

290

Inverse

69×9=414 inverse is 414

÷9=69

Hi Mr Kay hope u have a nice day and that goes to everyone 🙂

He called it lady marion because of his wife or one of his family members

Michael is halarious i watched some of his other videos and again they were amazing and sooooooo cool

Good luck kristina hope u have fun☺

Im loving it in year 6 so far cant wait for monday and Mr Kay thx so much for the biscuits and for letting us watch that funny movie

Mr Kay hope you had a nice rest and come into school with a smile on your face😀

arithmetic:

5,000,000+40,000+2,000=5,042,000

100,000+30,000+20=130,020

69×6=411

58×5=290

I am going to infer that they are not going to stay in one place they are going to travel.

Good work Yjesh.

7o = 2,000

7p = 30,000

8o = 414

8p = 290

I enjoyed doing the maths!!

1:2,000

2:30,000

3:414

4:290

Ha ha ha, I remember when you use to read born to run to us in year 5! I loved that book! It’s really nice to see you still teaching in year 6 and I hope your enjoying your new class ! Hope you don’t niss us that much 🙂