# Where does the time go?

I honestly don’t know!! We have had some great learning recently: we enjoyed our body image workshop with Ms Bell; delivered a very informative class assembly about the origins of democracy to the rest of the school; shared lots of stories on World Book Day; and been glued to our daily dose of Newsround!

We have an exciting week coming up next week too: it is British Science Week; Mr Littlewood returns on Monday for storytelling; Project Showcase day is on Wednesday; and some of us will be going to the Music Festival on Friday!

We are moving on with our Learn Its; we’re going to become super-speedy at the last three facts in the 11x table

• 11 x 10 = 110
• 11 x 11 = 121
• 11 x 12 = 132

The Read Theory Challenge is ready for a shake up. Next week’s challenge will still have a prize but will be separate from the table points. How do you fancy anyone earning 100 Knowledge Points or more guarantees their place as a Foundation reading buddy? Let me know what you think to this and any other suggestions you have….

## 9 thoughts on “Where does the time go?”

1. chloe says:

Chloe’s fraction challenge:
Calculate the following questions.
1. 1/4 + 5/8=
2. 1/9 divided by 7=
3.3/5 x 9/7=
4.2/6 – 9/12=
5.2/6 of 48=

1. Atlanta says:

1. 1/4 + 5/8 = 7/8
2. 1/63
3. 3/5 x 9/7 =27/35
5. 2/6 of 48 = 16

1. chloe says:

Hi Atlanta you got them all correct.Could you try to have a go at number 4.

2. Atlanta says:

My challenge!

Select an answer for each question and see how you did.
1.79 is what % of 57?

138.60%

243.94%

203.74%
2.
6 is what % of 21?

28.57%

28.28%

4.29%
3.
What is 87% of 54?

80.81

34.77

46.98
4.
24 is what % of 70?

1.71%

34.29%

62.41%

It’s a bit confusing so it would be hard

3. Lilymae says:

Hi its Lily-mae and could we have it back to normal so like if we do 100 quizzes then we get table points

4. courtney and lilymae says:

Hi its Courtney and lilymae and i don’t like the new challenge for the readtheory because its not quiet not fair for Robert peel because we are putting the effort in readtheory . Can you do a table points but for read theory plz .

1. Mrs Larkin says:

It sounds like we need to talk a little more about this! I don’t want my hardest working table feeling disgruntled (Google it!) 🙂

5. Chloe says:

Atlanta’s challenge:
1.138.60%
2. 28.57%
3.46.98%
4. 34.29%
Have I got them right?

6. hanna says:

our learn its our
10×11=110

11×11=121

12×11=132