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Enjoy your Summer Holiday! We look forward to welcoming you all back on the 1st September 2022!

Thursday 7th May

Tomorrow is a Bank Holiday for a very special reason: to commemorate 75 years since Victory in Europe which ended World War II in Europe (although the war continued until August in the Pacific).  We have a section to host any VE Day work you want to send in.


Also a happy birthday for the weekend to CSYum!



It's VE Day tomorrow so you will need to EITHER:


* Write a feature article on this day.  One page explaining the event, its history, how people have celebrated over the years and what celebrations are happening now.  You could use your research from Monday or your own work.



Do ONE of the comprehensions from here -- pages 1-4 are easier, pages 9-12 are the most difficult.  Choose the challenge that's right for you.



Mixed addition and subtraction of fractions today on our revision tour!


Revision tour, I like that.  We could call this the MEGA MATHS WORLD TOUR.  We need a logo though.  Any volunteers?



The Bible is a collection of sacred texts or scriptures.  The Christian Bible has two sections: the Old Testament and the New Testament.  The Old Testament is the original Hebrew Bible, the sacred scriptures of the Jewish faith, written at different times between about 1200 and 165BC.  The New Testament books were written by Christians in the first century AD.


We would like you to try to find the answers to the following questions:


Approximately, how long ago were parts of the bible written?

How many testaments are there?

How many books are there in the bible?

How many books are there in the Old Testament?

How many books are there in the New Testament?

Which types of genres are found in the bible?


Following your research, challenge yourself to answer the Bible Quiz by clicking on the link below: 







And finally...

'Dougie' would like to share her uncle's 'Youtube' channel with you.  He is a primary music teacher in Scotland and has created some great videos on how to use Google Music Lab. One of the videos is a 'how to' introduction which is enough to start composing straight away.  If  you would like to check it out, here is the link:



A 'Thank You' to the key workers keeping us all safe - by CSYum


Enjoy your Summer Holiday! We look forward to welcoming you all back on the 1st September 2022!