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Monday 1st March


Good morning! We hope that you had a lovely weekend and that you are ready for the last 4 days of remote learning. We've almost done it - what an amazing achievement! 


***Curie Class - remember to email Mrs Ellis with your work today***


Hudgell class Mrs. Lee won't be able to reply to Science emails as I am in school, but feel free to still send it in please to 

Curie class please email your Science work to Miss Constant at hconstant@bishop-ridley.bexley.

MATHS - Fractions of a set of objects (revision 1)

Today we are going to find fractions of a set of objects and amounts. We begin by looking at objects (toy cars) and then bar models are used to represent how we can use counters, base 10 and place value counters to divide amounts so that we can see how many objects total each fraction or part of the whole. We then move on to finding fractions of a number. We recommend that you watch both videos to help you with today's learning. The key to finding fractions of amounts is to know your times tables using both your division and multiplication facts. Today you will be only finding a unit fraction of an amount (so you are only finding one part as indicated by the numerator). Remember, only attempt the questions on the worksheet that you are comfortable with but we can see that you are beginning to grasp how to use fractions and we are impressed with your progress so far, well done! 😁👏

Find a unit fraction of a number | Fractions |

Find a unit fraction of a number


This week we are moving on to noun phrases, beginning with identifying them in sentences. Please watch and engage with the teaching video, before choosing a worksheet to complete which suits your understanding and confidence, but also gives you a challenge.  

1st March - Identifying Noun Phrases

Science with Mrs. Lee (Hudgell class) and Miss Constant (Curie class)

Welcome back after the weekend. winkThis week we continue our learning on solids, liquids and gasses. Called the States of Matter. 

Please follow the information below and complete the one activity on papercheeky



Please watch the video and read through the presentation. In the presentation they ask lots of questions you do not have to write down the answers for them. It also says discuss this with a partner. Only do that if you have someone available. 


Then there is activities to complete. Choose one depending on your resources (printer/paper/if you have balloons to do the experiment) at home. 


3 States of Matter for Kids (Solid, Liquid, Gas): Science for Children - FreeSchool - Bing video   (Click here- 3min)

If you choose the picture activity just write down numbers 1-16 and give the answer solid, liquid or gas.