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Week 6 Week Beginning 11th May

IT IS SATs WEEK!
To mark the fact that it is SATs week - well it would have been SATs week - it would be a shame not to have some SATs tests this week. Especially as you have been working so hard towards it!
However, I what I must share with you, it that by SATs I mean SILLY SATs, SILLY & ACTIVE TASKS! 

First of all, as it would have been SATs week and you did spend most of the year with Mrs Kelly getting ready for this, I would like this week for you to do an act of kindness. 

I would like you to send an email to Mrs Kelly to say Hi! and to let her know how you are doing. 

Her email is: ckelly@srsa.richmond.sch.uk 

Below I have uploaded 3 SATs papers. These are silly papers. Can you mark the papers and see how well I have done?

Please be aware:

The questions may not have any relevance to the type of paper! blush

The papers are not to be taken seriously in any way! wink

These are made up papers to be a bit of fun and not not to be taken in test conditions! cool

Your adults at home may need to get involved at some points! yes

 

Have fun! 

Mr Whoops has made some errors with his spellings. Can you correct the spellings. Remember you can use a dictionary to help you. 

UNUSUAL SPELLINGS:

 

Below are some unusual words that are found in the English language.

 

Can you find out what they mean?

 

NUDIUSTERTIAN

QUIRE

WINKLEPICKER

KAKORRHAPHIOPHOBIA

XERTZ

GOBBLEDYGOOK

 

 

 

BELOW ARE LOTS OF BUSY AND PRACTICAL TASKS FOR SATs WEEK TOO 
We have had a lot of lovely pictures of cakes from our budding young chefs, but this week how about cooking dinner for your family. There are many different recipes out there, so I am sure you will find one you all like. Jamie Oliver has been putting up regular recipes during the lock down so maybe his website is worth a look! 

Have some practical and active fun! 

I have added 2 links below to 2 really great science websites, which have lots of practical and fun experiments. I would love to see your photos of this, or even better still, a video! 

Outdoor ideas:

 

If you do have an outdoor space, have a look at these ideas below. In school the children have made a pond in the Lime Tree garden. These are all really great ways to encourage nature.  

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BOLD AND BRIGHT ART BY ROMERO BRITTO 
Have a try at creating a piece of artwork in the Style of Romero Britto. There are some videos to help you if you prefer a tutorial or there are some pictures of examples below. 
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