The mean is the average of the numbers. It is easy to calculate: add up all the numbers, then divide by how many numbers there are.
- What have you enjoyed about having access to a class set of Chromebooks in Year 6?
- How have they helped your learning?
- Would it have helped to have been able to take these home? Why?
Mr Kay & Miss Hall
This week we looked at the Peppered Moth in Science, and how the species was affected by the industrial revolution. Check out Evie-Rae’s presentation to find out more:
I have been so proud of Sophia’s recent times tables progress.
Her TT Rockstars sessions this week really demonstrate this – she has 505 correct answers already and answers each question in an average time of under 3 seconds.
Well done Sophia!
Have a go at these challenge boards focusing on parts of a circle:
Monday: 6 Segment Spiral
Tuesday: 8 Segment Spiral
Thursday: Baravelle Spiral
Eve has really impressed me this week with her unbelievable effort in the online Maths lessons I set at the beginning of the week.
We all know Eve is both a fantastic writer and reader. However, even Eve will admit that Maths hasn’t always been her FAVOURITE subject in the past! Despite this, she has soldiered on and amazed me with her dedication to her Maths learning recently – you should be very pleased with yourself Eve!
Keep up the great work 🙂
Good morning everyone,
With so many of us being at home for long periods of time, I thought it would be fun to plan a holiday to Orlando, which is in Florida in the United States.
Below I have attached the plan a holiday activity.
- Use this information to help plan your holiday.
- You may want to add up the numbers in your book.
- Once you are happy with your holiday costs, you can write them on your Trip Planning Budget Sheet.