Wednesday 1st April – Years 4, 5 and 6

Good morning everyone!

We hope you are enjoying your home learning. We have really enjoyed reading all of your blog comments and seeing all the wonderful things you have been getting up to. Please continue to post comments on the blog and use our teacher emails to email us any pictures of your creativity!

As usual, we are starting the day with Joe Wicks at 9am and we will learn some British Sign Language with Natasha Lamb on YouTube after lunch. We hope you choose to join in too!

Here are your literacy, maths and wider curriculum tasks for the day. We can’t wait to see and hear all of your creative ideas.

Have a good day!

Miss Lowe, Miss Spaven, Miss Taylor, Mrs Byfield, Miss Chambers and Miss Clancy

78 thoughts on “Wednesday 1st April – Years 4, 5 and 6

  • 1st April 2020 at 9:23 am
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    Once a strong, mighty boat, which used to rule the sea but now just sitting there shore with no hope of ever returning. On a deserted island stuck, in the for around 20 years the ships heart snapped the trickling feel of the water rushing through him was no more now he was just a piece of metal feeling weary after a crash.
    Maths
    1.£2630
    £1950
    £266
    2.13
    3.4×10=40
    70 divided by 10= 7

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    • 1st April 2020 at 10:44 am
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      Great work Tobi. You’ve used personification in your description of the ship. I’d like to find out more!
      Can you check how you worked out the cost for under 18s? If there were 126 and the price was £5 each?
      I’m glad you can recall multiplying and dividing by 10. What happens when we multiply or divide by 100 or 1000?

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  • 1st April 2020 at 10:02 am
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    I awoke, bewildered and amazed at my surroundings, I could feel the damp sand sinking into the fabric of my clothes. I stood up carefully like a predator trying to catch its prey, the air smelt warm and dusty. This place was unfamiliar, all I could see for miles was vast empty sea. Then the realisation hit me, I was stranded literally in the middle of nowhere! The sound of the waves and the Seagulls squawking was all I had to keep me sane. Would the limited resources I brought along be enough for me to survive on? Lets find out.

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  • 1st April 2020 at 10:11 am
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    My last breath
    It was a stormy night and my hands were numb , there was a hole in the ship i thought it was indestructible but I was wrong. The cold water engulf me I patch it up but while I was patching it up ,no one was sailing the ship did the gods curse me but it was no use I crash into the powerful and deadly iceberg and I had my last breath.

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    • 1st April 2020 at 10:39 am
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      Jaydnn this is such a gripping story and your vocabulary choices are very effective – indestructible and engulf.
      Why don’t you read it out loud to your family and see if you can add any missing punctuation?
      Great work.
      Mrs Byfield

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  • 1st April 2020 at 10:12 am
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    English

    I awoke, bewildered and amazed at my surroundings. I could feel the damp sand sinking into my clothes. I stood up carefully like a predator trying to catch its prey, the air smelt warm and dusty. All I could see for miles was a vast empty sea, the squawking of Seagulls and the clashing of the waves against the rocks was all I had to keep me sane. Would I be able to survive with the limited resources I had? Let’s find out.

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    • 1st April 2020 at 10:20 am
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      I think ‘bewildered’ really sums up how someone might be feeling if they were shipwrecked – well done for capturing this!
      I feel like this could be the start of a book Isaac, maybe one you’ll finish writing before we go back to school?!
      Well done 🙂
      Miss Spaven

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  • 1st April 2020 at 10:36 am
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    English:
    At the begging of the 1900’s, an old, wooden boat crashed onto shore. Its historic story is fantastic. A pair of Victorian criminals sailed out to sea because they had stolen the Queen’s jewels and didn’t want to get caught. That day, a storm appeared and lightning and thunder hit down onto the boat. The sound of the wind and waves smashing against it was terrifying and eventually the boat sunk. The criminals swam and swam until they reached the shore of Hunstanton beach. Their shattered, disintegrated boat washed up in the same place many years later and now we can all see what’s left of it. If you visit the wrecked boat today you will see the battered wood which still smells like the salty sea.

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    • 1st April 2020 at 11:07 am
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      Hi Isabella. I like that you have thought about using your senses when writing your description. Great expanded noun phrase, ‘shattered, disintegrated boat’, well done. Mrs Bacon 🙂

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  • 1st April 2020 at 10:43 am
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    Maths

    I’ve done my 15 minutes of TTRocks.
    126 x 5 = £630
    195 x 10 = £1950
    60 x 7 = £420
    1950 + 630 + 420 = £3000
    The triangle’s value is 6,
    So to get to 19 we need 13 which is the value of the heart because 13 + 6 = 19.
    4 x 10 = 40
    70/10 = 7

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    • 1st April 2020 at 11:10 am
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      Good morning Isaac. Great maths work this morning. Can you check the first question again for me? How many over 60’s were there? Did you think of any calculations that could go in the venn diagram?
      Have a good day. Mrs Bacon 🙂

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  • 1st April 2020 at 10:46 am
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    English

    I woke up worn out. Where was I? The ship was crashed; It couldn’t move. I looked around me I was in the middle of nowhere. It was sandy and mild I could hear the crows of the seagulls. The ship was sinking quickly. What was I going to do? I had nothing that could help me.

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    • 1st April 2020 at 10:56 am
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      Excellent use of rhetorical questions to build suspense. I wish I was on a ‘sandy and mild’ desert island!
      Mrs Byfield

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    • 1st April 2020 at 11:15 am
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      Great work Klea. I like that you have included rhetorical questions in your writing. Your description made me want to read on and find out what happened next. Have a great day. Mrs Bacon 🙂

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  • 1st April 2020 at 10:48 am
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    Geography

    I think trade would effect the coastline because if the coastline is a tourist attraction and has a lot of people living there, they’re always going to have to deal with large trucks or cargo ships coming in disrupting the peace.

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    • 1st April 2020 at 11:32 am
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      I agree, Isaac. Also, if its a growing tourist area, there may follow a demand for more homes too. Remember affect is the verb (to affect something) and effect is the result or impact of something.
      Mrs Bacon 🙂

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  • 1st April 2020 at 10:58 am
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    The rusty boat rested on a patch of soaked sand. The smell of the sea salt filled my nose and as the tide came in, droplets of water landed on my rosy cheeks. I can see the birds flying in the cloudless sky. The abandoned ship split the sand leaving marks where the worn iron used to lie. The faded ship quivered as the dirty sea water smashed against it, the waves towered over the broken wood. Entangled in seaweed, the mysterious boat rotted into splinters. The dented wood was being wrecked by the sea. Chipped and mouldy the shipwreck was slowly disintegrating to nothing.

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    • 1st April 2020 at 1:29 pm
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      Wow Eleanor, fabulous writing! I love your choices of verbs – particularly your use of personification. I think my favourite part might be ‘The faded ship quivered as the dirty sea water smashed against it’. Keep up the great work!
      Miss Clancy

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  • 1st April 2020 at 11:06 am
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    Maths:
    1. £2846
    2.13
    3. 4, 70
    4. 45 x10, 50 x 2, 65 x 2, 100 x 4

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    • 1st April 2020 at 1:33 pm
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      Great maths Bella, well done!
      Miss Clancy

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  • 1st April 2020 at 11:08 am
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    Maths

    126*5=630
    195*10=1950
    38*7=266
    2486

    6+6=12
    13+6=19
    13
    4*10=40
    70/10=7

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  • 1st April 2020 at 11:09 am
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    Maths

    1.630,1950,266
    2.13
    3.4×10=40
    70/10=7

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    • 1st April 2020 at 12:24 pm
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      Great work Freya. Can you calculate the total amount of money made by adding your 3 answers?
      Mrs Byfield

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  • 1st April 2020 at 11:13 am
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    Here lies the ship wreck that use to roam seven seas. It was once a ship that carried a crew of 20 and crates of valuables. The wreck has been there for years rotting and rusting away. All that’s left is the ship skeleton that once supported the ship,ribs as big as a whale. Crashed on the beach and now full of rocks like a memorial.

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  • 1st April 2020 at 11:20 am
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    Here lies the ship wreck that use to ro am seven seas. It was once a ship that carried a crew of 20 and crates of valuables. The wreck has been there for years rotting and rusting away. All that’s left is the ship skeleton that once supported the ship,ribs as big as a whale. Crashed on the beach and now full of rocks like a memorial.

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    • 1st April 2020 at 11:48 am
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      Wow Harley you’ve got some amazing descriptive techniques here – I love the use of personification to make the boat sound like a skeleton with reference to the ribs and the use of alliteration ‘rotting and rusting’. Fab!
      Miss Spaven

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  • 1st April 2020 at 11:26 am
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    Well done for showing your working Klea.
    Can you just check your addition calculation 630+1950+266=?

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    • 1st April 2020 at 11:30 am
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      I wrote the 4and8 the opposite way it was sopposed to say 2846

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      • 1st April 2020 at 11:49 am
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        Well done, Klea. Remember to show your £ sign too in your answer. Mrs Bacon 🙂

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  • 1st April 2020 at 11:28 am
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    Geography
    I think trade would affect coast line because the coast line is normally a tourist attraction and there are lots of people living there, they have to deal with loud noises which I think would not be very peaceful.

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    • 1st April 2020 at 11:51 am
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      That’s right. Maybe a demand for more roads too if the traffic builds up? Mrs Bacon 🙂

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  • 1st April 2020 at 11:50 am
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    1. 126*5= £630
    195*10=£1950
    38*7=£266
    630+1950+266= 2846. £2846
    2. 6+6=12
    13+6=19 💖=13
    3. 4*10=40
    70/10=7

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    • 1st April 2020 at 12:32 pm
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      Super maths, Elvin. All correct. Well done! Mrs Bacon 🙂

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  • 1st April 2020 at 12:09 pm
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    This abandoned, crooked shipwreck looks as if it was forgotten by society. The edges looked chipped and discarded. The ghostly wood looks dented and has eroded over time; I wonder what happened to the men/ woman on the ship. This ship looks like it came from a few decades ago for there is only the smallest amount left of this eroded ship. I can feel it’s rusty like texture as I touch the abandoned ship. I can hear the haunted memories rewinding across the ship from maybe the past souls lingering there. The ship smells soggy as if it had been underwater for many years- the disintegrated sand beneath the ship smells damp and it feels wet and soft.

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    • 1st April 2020 at 12:23 pm
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      Hi Alana. What a great description. Good use of senses, sentence structures and high level vocabulary. Think about what other words you could use instead of ‘ship’- relic, maybe, or something similar?
      Well done. Mrs Bacon 🙂

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  • 1st April 2020 at 12:13 pm
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    An ancient Viking boat submerged in the shallows of the coast after 1000 years of isolation. The touch became slick, the souls from the unfortunate bodies of Vikings together with the briny stench fill the atmosphere with dread. The sound of lapping waves crash over the abandoned ship whilst crushing the pebbles that lie helplessly within the historic discovery.

    Maths
    1. £2,846
    2. 13
    3. 4×10=40
    70÷10=7

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    • 1st April 2020 at 12:30 pm
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      Cadi, super piece of writing and use of such powerful vocabulary. Great example of personification with the pebbles lying helplessly. You have created such an eerie scene. Well done!
      Maths is all spot on too.
      Enjoy your day. Mrs Bacon 🙂

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  • 1st April 2020 at 12:22 pm
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    Geography:
    I researched wave power.
    1. Settlements near a coastline could include ports, towns and villages.
    2. I think more trade would be bad for the environment around the coastline because there would be more pollution. Even though, for people living there it is good for them to buy and sell things.

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    • 1st April 2020 at 12:35 pm
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      Hi Isabella. What did you discover about wave power? Can you tell us a fact about it? I agree with your trade answer- I guess it’s all about getting the balance right.
      Mrs Bacon 🙂

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      • 1st April 2020 at 2:47 pm
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        Hi Mrs Bacon,

        Wave power is the force of waves crashing against land. After many years this makes cliffs and caves.

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  • 1st April 2020 at 12:26 pm
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    I think the boat belongs to a family that died because, they used the boat in a horrible storm in a sea and it got pushed onto shore. So maybe people kept on tipping over it and, filled up all the space so loads of people moved it so its still where it is now and has sunk into the mud.

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  • 1st April 2020 at 12:46 pm
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    Massive boat waiting there hoping something will appear.Rusty mud green looking like it was smashed because of a train but how could that possibly happen. The boat is still waiting for something to appear until someone saw it and walked over to the boat and walked away. A few years later the person came back the boat thought who could this be and couldn’t remember who it was. The person was crying then said that he was in the horrible waves and got washed onto the shore. What a unexpected person that had appeared.

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    • 1st April 2020 at 2:05 pm
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      This is a mysterious story Eri – who was that person who spoke to the boat? I am intrigued.
      Why not try reading this story out loud at home to see if you can spot any missing punctuation.
      Mrs Byfield

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  • 1st April 2020 at 12:59 pm
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    Description
    The place was wrecked. You could see pieces scattered everyone on the beach.
    It smelt of wet wood from all the heavy rain that fell from the sky. As the boat crashed you could hear a big thud as it hit the shore. The damp moss on the boat felt like a soft pillow.

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    • 1st April 2020 at 1:35 pm
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      Some lovely sentences Freya! I have spotted a fronted adverbial without a comma, can you find it too?
      Miss Clancy

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      • 2nd April 2020 at 8:20 am
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        As the boat crashed, you could hear a big thud as it hit the shore.

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  • 1st April 2020 at 1:03 pm
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    For maths the first answers added up together would be 2846.

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    • 1st April 2020 at 1:51 pm
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      Well done. Remember your £ sign too.
      Mrs Bacon 🙂

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    • 1st April 2020 at 2:01 pm
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      Exactly – great work!
      Mrs Byfield

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  • 1st April 2020 at 1:06 pm
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    These are the remains of The Sheraton, built in 1907 in Beverly, that can still be seen when the tide goes out. During the World War 1 it was used for mine and submarine patrol duties. In the Second World War it was fitted with a gun and became an armed patrol vessel. After the war it was used for target practice by the RAF. It sank off the Norfolk coast in 1947.

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    • 1st April 2020 at 1:59 pm
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      Great ideas Elvin, I love that you’ve considered the role of the boat through different periods of time. Read through your work again and see if you can put in any commas after fronted adverbials.
      Miss Clancy

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  • 1st April 2020 at 1:24 pm
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    English
    For 15 years now, this Wrecked hopeless boat -which was once the most extravagant boat of all-is now laying, rotting as the days and years go past. As the lonely ,brown and crushed boat sits there at sore lost and stuck forever.

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    • 1st April 2020 at 2:00 pm
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      Great use of a relative clause and an expanded noun phrase. I’m wondering about this boat’s history…
      Mrs Byfield

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  • 1st April 2020 at 1:57 pm
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    Maths
    1.2846
    2.13
    3.4 x 10=40
    70\10=7

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    • 1st April 2020 at 2:02 pm
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      Great maths Freya, keep up the brilliant work!
      Miss Clancy

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  • 1st April 2020 at 1:59 pm
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    English sentence
    As I was sailing on my ship,I was peacefully standing at the rear of the ship whistling a song from my nursery. I stopped for a drink. The water rapidly raced down my lungs like it was in a race. In a blink of an eye, there was a tall iceberg. When I saw it I thought my boat was weak and not going to make it but it did. It was indestructible. It was like it was covered in more layers of wood not just one. As i tumbled on a island my ship was stuck in the vines coming from the tree. I could see the palm trees everywhere. I could smell the coconuts and taste the bitter air. I could hear the air swooshing through my ears and my feet touched the rocky sand.
    English questions
    1 I think the boat was used for fishing
    2 I think it has been their for at least 20 years
    3 I think it was for fisherman
    Maths
    1 126*5=£630
    195*10=£1950
    60*7=£420
    2 The value of the heart is 13
    3 4*10=40
    70/10=7

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    • 1st April 2020 at 3:30 pm
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      What an exciting opening sentence! What was the song from your childhood days I wonder? You’ve used the 5 senses really effectively.
      Just check your maths – how many over 60s entered the park at £7 each?
      Mrs Byfield

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  • 1st April 2020 at 2:14 pm
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    geography

    Beach is one of the physical feature of the coast. A beach is a landform alongside a body of water which consists of loose particles. The particles composing a beach are typically made from rock, such as sand, gravel, shingle, pebbles.

    Settlements near a coastline would be ports towns and villages.

    I think that trade would be bad because you might not know what there trading so it might be bad for the environment. The common thing would be pollution .Air pollution is bad for the people trying to have a good time at the beach.

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    • 1st April 2020 at 3:28 pm
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      You’ve explained how a beach is formed really clearly Eduard.
      Why do we need ports in an island country like the UK? What might cause the air pollution?
      Mrs Byfield

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  • 1st April 2020 at 2:26 pm
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    Under 18 126×5=630
    18-60yr olds 195×10=1950
    38×7=266

    630+1950+266 = £2846.

    ❤= 13
    🔺+🔺=12
    ❤+🔺=19
    4×10=40
    70÷10=7

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    • 1st April 2020 at 3:27 pm
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      Very clear maths workings Cosmo – I like the way you’ve used symbols.
      Could you write your own question which uses similar symbols?
      Mrs Byfield

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  • 1st April 2020 at 2:59 pm
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    I woke up as soon as I drowned.
    I saw my broken ship. It’s smelt like seaweed. It was all mouldy and half of it was smashed.I saw my treasures and julary.But suddenly,I heard a shark coming towards me but it wasn’t a shark it was a dolfine “ohh”, I said it looked magnificent.
    Maths
    1. 2,846
    2. 6+6=12
    13+6=19
    3. 4×10 =40
    70÷10=7

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    • 1st April 2020 at 3:26 pm
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      Well done for including speech in your description Miriam. You’ve also used your sense of smell to draw the reader in.
      Great maths work.
      Mrs Byfield

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  • 1st April 2020 at 3:02 pm
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    English
    The boat was used for fishing.
    I think that it has been there for a year.
    I think it was John the fisherman.
    Description
    The mysterious boat smelt like rotton fish which are smelly old forgeten bones of fish.The boat,which felt like putting
    your hand in a waterfall,has been left and discarded for another person to find.Seagulls pass by as the waves gently
    wettened the beach, the warm breeze blew in my face.The sandy beach filled sand in my shoes and around my feet while being below the blue
    sky.
    I think the appropiate words would be negative and mysterious
    maths

    1.£2846

    2.13+6 = 19 the value of heart is 13

    3. 4*10=40
    70/10=7

    Geography
    You would find ports near the coast and holiday resorts.
    Trade is affecting the coastline by covering the beach with ports and and souvenir shops.

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    • 1st April 2020 at 3:25 pm
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      Great work today Rhys. I can just imagine the sand filling your shoes. I like the relative clause describing how the water inside the boat feels like a waterfall.
      Why are ports important for an island country like the UK?
      Mrs Byfield

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  • 1st April 2020 at 3:04 pm
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    126 x 5 = £630. (5×100=500, 5×20=100, 5×6=30)
    195×10 = £1,950 (added a zero to 195)
    38×7 = 266. (7×30=210, 7×8=56)
    The total the theme parked made was £2,846 (£630+£1950+£266)

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    • 1st April 2020 at 3:36 pm
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      Spot on, Toby. Well done. Mrs Bacon 🙂

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  • 1st April 2020 at 3:05 pm
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    Geography
    Physical features of the coastline – Caves
    Caves are formed by waves from the sea, eroding away at the rocks in the cliffs bit by bit.

    Settlements you find near the coast.
    Ports- are settlements by the sea used for transporting goods by ship or boats from other countries.
    Fishing villages- these were settled in by people close to the sea for the natural resouces found in the ocean to feed the locals. Now fishing villages would still catch the fish, but the fish would be distributed around the country for money, which would go back into the local econemy.
    Seaside resorts- during Victorian times, it became popular to visit the seaside for health benefits.

    How trade affects the coastline.
    Trade makes coastlines busy through the importing and exporting of goods from other countries, bringing wealth to the town, casuing it to expand, into a bigger town or city.

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  • 1st April 2020 at 3:07 pm
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    I came across a shipwreck on the hunstanton beach. The boat looks like it hat been there for 7 years. The boat looks like it could of been a fishing boat. Fishermen would of been on the boat. I think there had been a storm and strong winds blew the boat onto shore. When I run my hands along the shipwreck, I can feel the bumps and moss.

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    • 1st April 2020 at 3:23 pm
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      I enjoyed your subordinate clause Ethan. You have used your sense of touch to describe the boat which is very effective.
      Mrs Byfield

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  • 1st April 2020 at 3:23 pm
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    Geography
    Physical features of the coast – Caves.
    Caves are formed by the sea waves eroding away at the rocks bit by bit, usually over many years.

    Settlements you find near the coast.

    Ports- are settlements by the sea used by ships and boats for transporting goods from other countries.

    Fishing Villages- were settled in by people close to the sea for the natural resouces found in the ocean to feed the villagers.

    Seaside resorts – during Victorian times the coast became a popular place to visit, as it was thought to be healthy.

    How trade affects the coastline.
    Trade makes coastlines busy through the ports importing and exporting goods from other countries, bringing wealth to the town and country, causing the coastal towns to expand into cities, such as Liverpool.

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    • 1st April 2020 at 3:32 pm
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      Such interesting answers Cosmo.
      You’ve explained the different types of settlement on the coast really well.
      Do you think importing goods by boat is more environmentally friendly?
      Mrs Byfield

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  • 1st April 2020 at 3:25 pm
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    Geography
    Physical features of the coast – Caves.
    Caves are formed by the sea waves eroding away at the rocks bit by bit, usually over many years.

    Settlements you find near the coast.

    Ports- are settlements by the sea used by ships and boats for transporting goods from other countries.

    Fishing Villages- were settled in by people close to the sea for the natural resouces found in the ocean to feed the villagers.

    Seaside resorts – during Victorian times the coast became a popular place to visit, as it was thought to be healthy.

    How trade affects the coastline.
    Trade makes coastlines busy through the ports importing and exporting goods from other countries, bringing wealth to the town and country, causing the coastal towns to expand into cities, such as Liverpool.

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  • 6th April 2020 at 11:26 am
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    I’m not doing my work

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    • 20th April 2020 at 9:02 am
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      It would be great if you could do some of the work set by your teachers Klea. It will really help you with your learning over this time at home. Hopefully you have had a little break over the Easter holidays and are ready for some new activities.
      Mrs Hackney

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  • 12th May 2020 at 3:21 pm
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    English:-

    Description:-
    At the edge there was a wrecked boat, which had been there for months or maybe years.The boat was used by 2 men sailing on a ship but once they drowned they were never found again. After a few years, the boat had come out on the itchy, yellow sand. The boat was used for people to sail in and now that it is wrecked, everyone ,who walked pass would ignore this ship. Everyone abandoned it!

    Maths:-

    1) £2846. (126 x £5 = £630 + 195 x £10 = 1950 + 38 x £7 = £266)
    2) The value of the heart is 13
    3) 4 x 10 = 40
    3a) 70 / 10 = 7

    Venn Diagram :- 
    3 digits – 593, 918, 460, 790
    Even – 54,182, 830, 610
    Multiple of 10 – 70, 10, 570, 940

    Bonus challenge:
    Even – 18, 7654, 2990, 40
    4 digits – 8760, 6502, 3280, 1640
    Multiple of 20 – 60, 3420, 5660, 3480

    Wider Curriculum:-

    Green = One of the physical features on the coast is water currents.

    Amber = Near the coast the settlements that you can find are lighthouse, peir and boats.

    Red = Trade can effect the coastline because traders have to work with large trucks and deal with other peple. When there is a flood, which first comes in the coastline, there is a disruption to the peace.

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