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Today in maths we would like you to continue to solve word problems involving division.  Watch Mrs Booth's video again from yesterday and think about when remainders are important in terms of the answer to a question and when they can be ignored.  Have a go at the questions on the worksheet below and think carefully about the remainders in each case before you record your answer.  



Read through the ‘How to write a diary entry’ powerpoint. Make sure that you press ‘Slide Show’ at the top of the screen and ‘From beginning’. This way, you will be able to answer the questions as you go along, without seeing the answers first!

Afterwards, answer these questions in your book.

  1. What tense is the majority of a diary entry written in?
  2. Formal or informal?
  3. Does the date always need to be written above a diary entry?
  4. Look at the diary writing checklist then change the page so you can’t see it. Write a list of the features that you remember then check your list. If you forgot any, add them to your list.

SPaG - subordinate clauses

Many of you still need to complete last week's test 'Parenthesis & Commas (A)' please complete this as well as doing today's lesson.  We can see the list of who has already completed this lesson and what you scored, well done to all who did this last week.


Did you know that the prefix sub means under and ordinate means the order or ranking of something? Therefore, something which is subordinate is of a lower order/importance.  In this case subordinate clauses are the ones that cannot stand alone as a sentence without the main clause.


Watch this input as a refresher about subordinate clauses, then go on and complete Subordinate Clauses and Conjunctions (A)

What is a subordinate clause? | Oxford Owl

Learn the difference between a clause, a subordinate clause and a relative clause. Perfect to help with grammar homework and to prepare for the Key Stage 2 S...