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Class 11

THERE IS NO FORMAL HOMEWORK FOR THE HALF-TERM HOLIDAYS

Thinking Day /Founders Day

To celebrate this special day on Friday 22nd February, all members of the Scout Association & Girlguiding UK are allowed to wear their uniforms to school on Monday 25th February. 

  • English Homework

  • Due in Weds 13th February 2019

    It's competition time! It’s super simple. Following on from last week’s homework…. We would really like to enter the BBC Radio 2 ‘500 word story’ competition. All entrants must write an original story, no more than 500 words in length. It can be about ANYTHING you want - space-ships, grannies, insects, microwaves. The list is endless!

    Stories are judged anonymously, without regard to grammar, punctuation or spelling. The competition culminates in a broadcast extravaganza of live music and sensational story-telling every summer, at a special venue. Past venues have included The Globe and The Tower of London.

    We would like entries to be typed and then saved onto our class padlet boards (see link below) so we teachers can then submit them online before the deadline. If you don’t have a computer – you can just write your story in your H/W Book or on lined paper.

    Class 11: https://padlet.com/Cathedral11/s5rzgn5joflh

  • Star of the week

    Congratulations to Finlay for being awarded the star of the week certificate this week for increased self-confidence and perseverance when faced with challenges. Well done Finlay!

On Wednesday 5th December 2018, four talented mathematicians in year 6 were selected to go the semi-final of the maths competition at Explore Learning and were given three challenges to complete in 55 minutes.
The team of George, Annabel, Joely and Francis worked well as a team, sharing their ideas of the brainteasing questions. The challenge was to find a way that a number is made by adding together the numbers on the fold of the number line (1-200).
Francis said,” It was brilliant to think deeply about the questions and to work with an excellent team.”
Joely said,” It was an amazing experience to make it to the semi-finals.”
Annabel said,” It was great that we got to take part of the event.”
Finally, George said,” It was fun and exciting to get a feel of what secondary maths equations are like.”Enter text...

Useful websites

This is a quick-and-simple website on which to practise times tables. You can set the difficulty level too.

www.mathschase.com

Use your log-in on www.readtheory.org to complete increasingly tricky reading quizzes.

To practise your timetables quiz, remember to log-on to Times Table Rock Stars using the link below:

https://ttrockstars.com/login       

Remember to use the Child/Pupil Login and then click on Student and School.
Our school is The Cathedral CEVA Primary School, Chelmsford.
Speak to Mr R if you have lost your username or password.

Online reading

The Class have been encouraged to start a new Bug Club book at www.activelearnprimary.co.uk

New titles have been allocated and children have been given their usernames.
Short and long free readers have been allocated Blue (KS2) level.
Please note the school code you need to input is rqrx