Reasoning, characters and a calculator test
Along with an A level introduction series, and better use of YouTube #shorts, I'm planning to add some more detailed written pieces to the newsletter so .... there might be some changes in the layout and delivery.
It seems to make sense to use Substack, to enable easy access to previous publications, and there should be a seamless transistion in the next few weeks.
In the meantime please do click the picture and visit the Substack - any thoughts, ideas or comments, are gratefully received.
Key Stage 2 (2nd to 5th Grade)
Year 6 SATS preparations are a main focus of the work at the centre, and students are being issued past papers each week. Please do let me know if you need any support, and here's a few pages to work through.
Key Stage 3 (6th to 8th Grade)
Thank you for some very interesting English assignments this week, and it's good to see students using ambitious vocabulary, dialogue, long / short sentences ... all the elements that make the reader want to carry on ... reading. We definitely have some potential novelists, and I'm looking forward to sharing some of their work in the next few weeks.
In the meantime can you describe a character? Perhaps a friend, member of your family, a famous celebrity? How would you decribe them - appearance, personality, mannerisms?
Key Stage 4 (9th and 10th Grade)
Regular tests play a key role in revising for next years GCSE's - and here's a worksheet with some popular calculator questions, aimed at around grade 3 - 4.
Looking forward to seeing you soon
PS. There are 52! (52 x 51 x 50 x 49 and so on) ways to arrange a pack of cards. That's quite a large number: 80,658,175,170,943,878,571,660,636,856,403,766,975,289,505,440,883,277,824,000,000,000,000