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Friday 5th February


You have worked incredibly hard this week.  Percentages can be tricky and they take time to master.  It's also important that you feel increasingly confident with each step before moving on to another.  I know from messages and work posted on Seesaw that many of you have work to complete and answers to correct.  I also know some people need time to go back over some of my videos.  If that is you, you should do this today.


If you are feeling confident with calculating percentages, I have set an assignment on Maths Shed for you to test your skills.  I will be able to track your results and see how well you are doing and where you might need help.  If you have spent time making corrections and going back over work, that doesn't mean you cannot then try the Maths Shed work too.


Don't forget arithmetic homework also needs completing before Monday so there is lots for you to be getting on with before we move on next week.

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Tutorial Video - Friday 22nd January

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Tutorial Video - Friday 15th January

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Up for a challenge?

Friday 8th January

Year 6, you have come to the end of your fractions unit.  As this unit was covered during our bubble closure and then completed after the Christmas break, today I would like you to work through the end of unit assessment to give me and yourself a good idea of what you have learnt and those areas we may need to go over again (which we will, don't worry!)

As there is no video to follow today, you will be able to get started straight away so I have attached both parts of the assessments.  Do as much as you can in the hour you have for maths today.  The answers have been added for you so that you are able to see how you have done.

Instead of adding your written maths work on Seesaw today, I would like you to add a note explaining which areas of the unit are your strongest and which areas you want to target for improvement or revision.