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12 January 2021


Please have a go at dots and dashes on page 25 of your purple spelling book. Remember eigh, ei and ey are sounds.

Maths (Zoom input at 9:00)

We have been looking at multiplying 2 numbers together, now we are going to look at multiplying 3 numbers together.

What do we need to know?

When multiplying 3 numbers together, you need to multiply the first 2 first and then multiply that answer by the last number in the calculation.


3 x 4 x 5 =

We need to work out 3 x 4 = 12

Then, we can work out 12 x 5 = 60.

It does not matter which order you multiply the numbers in. This is because multiplication is commutative, and it doesn’t matter which numbers we begin with, the answer will always be the same.

Have a look at the PowerPoint and then have a go at the worksheet.


I thought it would be a great idea to write to a company to persuade them to stop using palm oil in their products and I need your help!

Today, we will begin to plan our letters to write to the company and look at the different sections and grammar we will need to use to be successful.

How does palm oil farming make you feel? Why?

Why is palm oil farming bad?

We will be discussing this in our Zoom input at 10:30, but if you cannot make it, there are some ideas on th PowerPoint below. 


Today we will be learning how to say members of our family in French. There are two worksheets to complete. 

Family: French Vocabulary Card Sort | Teaching Resources

Tips for completing worksheet: 

Lecon 9: 

Activity 1: 

Work out who is the mum/dad/ sister etc and then write the correct name under the picture.

Activity 2: 

Use the information from activity 1 to help you fill in the missing letters. 

Activity 3: 

Comment s'appelle = What are they called?

Il s'appelle =  He is called.

Elle s'appelle = She is called. 

Lecon 10

Activity 1:

See if you can work out which picture is being decribed. Remind yourself of French numbers here: 

French Numbers - Introduction

Activity 2: 

See if you can write sentences to describe the pictures. Use activity 1 to help. 

Activity 3: 

Describe your own family tree. 

I would write: J'ai un frere, il s'appelle Sam.