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26th February 2021 Friday

English: GPS - Zoom Input at 9:30am

Friday morning is grammar time!

You can mark your work using the answers below:


Reading Targets

Please logon to Google Classroom and update your reading target.




Spelling lists for Group One and Two for Monday 22nd February - Friday 5th March 2021 can be found on the class page under Spelling.

Unit 10 - Words ending in -ible and -able

Task: Complete Word Changers on Page 48.

You can check your work using the answers below:


Maths: Zoom input at 11:00am

Today we will be looking at Finding Pairs of Values.

Sometimes there is more than one way to solve an equation. Today we will be looking at finding different solutions to satisfy the same equation. 


For example: a + b = 3 What could a be? What could b be?

  • If a= 0, b =            (0 + 3 = 3)
  • If a = 1, b = 2            (1 + 2 = 3)
  • If a = 2, b = 1            (2 + 1 = 3)
  • If a = 3, b = 0            ( 3+ 0 = 3)


Try the question below:

Watch the video below. This will be especially helpful if you are unable to join in the zoom lesson:


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Task: Complete the activity below. Try to complete as many questions as you can. 

Now you have finished, you can check your answers and mark your own work using the answer sheet below.


Mastery Challenge

Have a go at this challenge if you wish.

Google Classroom: recap quiz

Please log on to Google Classroom and complete the algebra recap quiz by 3:15 today.


Homework and Kahoot Quiz Zoom: 1:30pm

Login to Zoom to play a Kahoot quiz and mark homework - we will see you there!


Zones of Regulation

We are going to be looking at the parts of the brain that control your anger today - and help you out of the red zone.

These parts are called the amygdala and prefrontal cortex.

When we are angry, our body usually feels a lot of energy - our body and mind scream "Do something!". Anger- being in the red zone - tells our body to act and many bodily changes happen to do this. The amygdala often tells the body to release adrenaline, which is a chemical that helps the body to do something fast.



Amygdala: Our emotional alarm system, which tells the body to fight danger, run from it or freeze.

Prefrontal Cortex: Calms the amygdala by naming our feelings and imagining the consequences of our actions - putting the 'brakes' on.

Adrenaline: A chemical that gives us energy to do something fast. 

You may feel these changes in your body - your muscles tensing, your heart beating faster and your belly feeling tight. Below are some words that might describe the feelings your body goes through.

  • Dark
  • Dizzy
  • Fast breathing
  • Fast heartbeat
  • Hard to breathe
  • Heavy
  • Hollow
  • Hot
  • Nauseous
  • Numb
  • Tight
  • Tingly
  • Shaky
  • Sharp
  • Warm


Use the picture below, or draw your own picture and label how different parts of your body may feel as the amygdala takes over. By recognising these, you will be more able to control your emotions in the future.


On This Day in History: 26th February 1815

Napoleon Boneapart begins a one hundred day conquest of France.


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