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Clowne Junior School

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Tuesday 19th Jan


Chapter 5- Today we would like you to read chapter 5 HOWEVER you need to STOP on page 35 where Wilbur says,        “I didn’t mean to be objectionable.” 

Task- Once you have read those few pages, here are some prediction questions to answer: 


1) Who do you think the mysterious voice belongs to?

2) Why do you think don’t they appear straight away in the morning?

3) What will happen when Wilbur finally meets his friend?

4) How will he feel and why? 


This week we are moving on to the next step in our writing sequence. This is the part where we write our own non-chronological report on Barn Owls!

To do this, you need to use all of the vocabulary, grammar skills and amazing facts you’ve developed over the last two weeks to help you!

We will add a paragraph each day, building up to our amazing piece of writing by Friday!



Today’s job is to write the first main paragraph about: Appearance and Features

Add this on to your piece of writing, underneath your introduction from yesterday. 

This paragraph will include what the owl looks like and the features they have that makes them special e.g. amazing hearing and sight. Remember to pack it with facts! Also, make sure your paragraph has a sub-heading. 


Use the help sheet to help you include all of the grammar features and vocabulary in your piece of writing. Use the WAGOLL to help you too. 

Writing a draft/rough version to edit and then writing your best version might be a good idea! 


This half term we will be focusing on 'Multiplication and Division'.

This morning we would like you to look at: Correspondence Problems 

Watch the video first. You will need to keep pausing this to have a go at the tasks. 

There are slides too (same as the video) if you need to look at this more slowly and carefully. 


Then, complete the worksheet. Look at the questions on a screen and write your answers on paper. Remember, the later questions are normally problem solving and reasoning questions so give these your best shot. You may need a little bit of adult explanation for these. 

Spr4.3.4 - Correspondence problems

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Today in PSHE we are continuing our 'Money Matters' topic. We are going to investigate key terms related to money such as, loan, tax, income, payslip and deductions etc. 

First, take the quiz (see the link below) to see what you know to begin with. Don't worry if you don't get any right, you will take the test again at the end to see what you have learnt! 


Once you have done the quiz. Read the e-book ' A Fair Day's Pay' (link below) If you click over the words that are underlined in purple it will explain the meaning of these terms. 


Next, look at the payslip and the deductions fact sheet - you don't need to print these off. Read through these. You can then explore the map of Pride Place and find out how services are paid for. 



Design a fact file or power point, it doesn't matter how you present it, about what you have learnt today about loans, interest etc.