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Hello, Mr Blunt here.
Listen carefully, I will only say this once and this message will self destruct in 1 hour.
I mentioned in chapter 6 about Yassen Gregorovich and the fact we suspect him of killing Ian Rider. I have a problem though. I don’t know where he is or what he looks like so I want you to help me with the latter.
Your teachers have managed to unearth a picture of him from somewhere (don’t ask me where!). However, they are not able to send it to me as if it is posted on the internet it will be intercepted and he will disguise himself. Your mission is to write me a character description of him so I can inform my agents about him and get them to keep an eye out.
Make sure they are good, your country is depending on you.
Over and out.
I have attached your Christmas Card designs for you to share with your parents and buy if they wish. Make sure that you complete the forms that you were given and return them to school, with payment, by Friday 6th November if you would like them to be printed.
Some are not quite finished yet but will be shortly-please ask your child to identify their drawing if the initials in the corner are not clear.
Hi Year 6
Hope you are all well rested and ready to go.
As part of our I’m a Celebrity context we would like you all to reply with to the post with your favourite moment/challenge that you have seen on the show.
Make sure it is written clearly and in detail as we have never seen the show before so might not understand.
Mr Rigby/Mrs Cooper
For this week’s homework we would like you to reflect on Friday’s visit to Eden Camp.
On Friday we had a fantastic time at Eden Camp and learnt a range of different knowledge about World War 2 as well as other wars in the last century. Could you please write a reply to this post to tell us what you thought was the most interesting part of the day?
We look forward to hearing you ideas-could you please make sure you have replied by Friday 16th October.
Mr Rigby & Mrs Cooper
As we have been looking at factors in Maths, we thought you may be able to solve this maths problem involving factors. Have a go!
What number am I? I have a factor of 3, so I am not a prime number. The sum of my digits equals 6. Two of the digits are the same.
Mr Rigby and Mrs Cooper
Hi Year 6
We have looked at some of the famous (or infamous) people from World War 2. Could you please find some facts about one of the two leaders-Winston Churchill or Adolf Hitler-to help us with our biography writing over the next two weeks.
Mr Rigby & Mrs Cooper
Hi again Y5,
I would like to say a great big thank you and an equally big well done to you all for your efforts and enthusiasm on Den Day.
Together we were being sponsored to build dens out of the resources we had lying around in our outdoor classroom. The reason we did this was to get an understanding of what it might be like to have to rebuild your home after a typhoon or some other natural disaster. We saw on the Save the Children pictures some of the work that they do and how they help children all over the world who are in desperate need.
We are fortunate that our den building was just for fun but for some children it is a reality.
I would like you to write a recount of our afternoon den building. What groups were you split up into and why? What did you do? What did you build? Did you show good team work? Remember to use your writing targets and excellent punctuation and grammar :-)
I’m looking forward to reading them.
Hello again Y5!
Welcome to our new context where we will be learning about life in other cultures by taking a close look at Johannesburg.
I would like you to do some research about the climate and culture of Johannesburg. This means finding out about the temperature, how much it rains, what the weather is like at different times of the year, is a wet, hot, dry or humid place? Also see what you can discover about the culture of Johannesburg and its surrounding cities. What are the clothes like? What do they like to eat? What musical instruments do they like to play? What languages do they speak?
When you have done your research and made some notes, you can tell me all about it in a blog post using your super descriptive language that you have all been working so hard on!
Please remember your punctuation too and spelling too; just like you would if you were writing in your books.
I am looking forward to seeing what you can discover :-)