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Wednesday 24th June 2020

Good Morning 6B


I hope that you are all well and that you have started thinking about your favourite memory of Scotby school. Please remember that they don't need to be funny.

For example:

My favourite memory of this year was competing in the teacher netball team as part of Sport Relief and having a gorgeous class cheering everybody on.


Please remember to send me 1 recording of you saying your favourite memory and 1 recording of you doing an activity you enjoy. (Both videos together should last no longer than 30 seconds.)


If you are unsure of what to do please get in touch. All videos must be with me by Sunday 28th June.


Suggested Timetable for Today

Morning Activities:

P.E: Team Sports

Flashback 4: Recapping maths

Reading/English: Chapters 13 - 15 Holes VIPERS

Maths:  Vertically Opposite Angles

Science - Separating Mixtures Lesson 4

Music - Livin' On A Prayer


P.E:  As you should already know, this week is National School Sports Week. Download the PDF below to find out about today's activities which focus on team sports. Don't forget to capture you completing your chosen activity and remember to send some photos. 

Flashback 4: Check out the answers to yesterday's Flashback 4 in the image below.

If you were unsure of how to convert question 4 into a mixed fraction, please send me a message and I will send you a video explaining how to do it.


Now let's take a look at today's Flashback 4. Can you get them all right?

Reading/English: Please read chapters 13 - 15, which have been attached below. When you have read them, download and complete the VIPERS questions. Tomorrow, we will be writing a diary entry from X-Rays perspective so it important that you are up to date with the reading.

Maths: Over the past couple of days, we have explored angles about a point and angles on a straight line. Today, we are going to be looking at  vertically opposite angles.

We should all be able to recall that when two straight lines cross each other and create an intersection, the angles directly opposite are the same size as shown in the image to the right.

However, if the lines have even a slight bend in them, these will not create equal opposite angles. See image below:

An easy way to check this is to simply place a ruler along each straight line and check that there are no bends.

Download today''s activity sheet below and see if you can identify the opposite angles that are equal.

Science: Last week, you focused on planning your investigation. This week we would like you to conduct it (carry it out) and right up your results. If you have already done the investigation, please write up your findings and find a way to present your results.

Music: Log on to Yumu and practise the whole song of 'Livin on a Prayer' by Jon Bon Jovi. If you are feeling confident, you could remove the backing track so that it is just you singing.

Remember your login details are available on SATs Companion messages if you can't remember them.