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Voluntary Controlled Primary

Small School, Big Ideas

Tuesday 5th May 2020





Hello Turing Class!


See the table below for today’s learning. 


Just a reminder that it is really important that you continue to read and practise the times tables every day. I know this is not always in the table but this must be done daily.


Remember if you don’t have a home learning pack you will need to complete the work in your own notebook or on a piece of paper. 


If you have any learning-related questions email me on You can also send me pictures of your learning or things you have been doing whilst at home – I will be putting these on the website. 


Mrs Harvey smiley





LI: To solve long multiplication questions. 


Write the date, Roman numeral date and the LI in your maths home learning book (or on paper if you do not have a home learning pack). 


Today, you will be revisiting long multiplication – multiplying 3, 4, and 5-digit numbers by a 2-digit.








Answer the questions from either the red, blue or gold worksheet (make sure you choose the correct worksheet).


There is also a challenge worksheet for you to have a go at.  





LI: Broken: Rock, Paper, Scissors – questions.


Write the long date and the LI in you literacy home learning book or on a piece of paper. 


Today, I would like you to watch the video clip using the link below. You only need to watch the first video clip titled 'Broken: rock, paper, scissors'


First, watch the clip and don’t make any notes. Watch the clip again and take notes about the characters and what is happening.  


Then, answer the following questions in your books. 


  1. Who are the characters in this video clip?
  2. Who is Rock watching?
  3. Describe how Paper is moving.
  4. Described Scissor’s face using a simile. 
  5. Why can’t Rock hold on to Paper’s arm?
  6. How did Rock feel when he vanquished Scissors?
  7. Do you think Rock regrets his actions?
  8. Summarise the video clip in four sentences. 







LI: To understand how the Maya number system works.


Turn to the back of your literacy home learning book and write the long date and LI.


Today’s lesson will be about learning about what the Maya numbers looked like and how the Maya people interpreted numbers.


Your first task is to read through the PowerPoint in the resource section.  


Once you have gone through the information, complete the ‘Maya Number System’ activity which is explained in the PowerPoint. 


I would love to see some of your learning. So, if you can, send it to the class email and I can upload it to our home learning page for your friends to see.



TT Rockstars



Last week, you tested yourself on the TT Rockstars quiz.


Today, I would like you to practise the times tables using TT Rockstars or hit the button if you prefer. 


We will be doing another test on Thursday to see if you can beat your score. 


I have put the TT Rockstars grid in the resource section just in case you would like to practise using the grid. 




I know PE is not on the list for you to do today however, I just wanted to let you know that Joe Wicks is doing a PE session every morning on his YouTube channel from 9am if you would like to get involved. I’ve copied the link below if anyone is interested.









You can send your completed learning to the class email for it to be marked and to receive feedback.