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Class 10

Welcome to Class 10 

The class teacher is Mr. Holmes

The T.A. is Miss Davis

Welcome to Class 10's exciting webpage.  Here you'll find information about what happens in class, what we've been learning and what we've been up to. It's worth keeping an eye on it from time to time to see what's been happening. 

First things first - here's our curriculum letter to tell you what we're doing this term...

RE

Our focus in RE is a topic called, "Loving".  Here is our current display in class.  Can you remember some of our focus scriptures and the Bible stories we have been using?

 

RE Display - Loving

RE Display - Loving 1

Class worship table

Class worship table 1

WW2 Topic

Our current topic is about children's lives in Britain during the Second World War.  We have written some letters from the point of view of an evacuee.  Take a look below at some of our writing and our display.

Britain at War

Britain at War 1
Britain at War 2
Britain at War 3
Britain at War 4
Britain at War 5
Britain at War 6
Britain at War 7

English

Check out the link below - it will tell you all about how we go about developing our writing in school using "Talk For Writing"

 

http://www.talk4writing.co.uk/about/

Big Maths

In maths, we are using column methods for the four operations. Here are some examples:

 

Addition:

Always line the digits up using place value

Don't forget to add the carry overs

Always write the addition symbol so that you don't forget your calculation

 

 

Subtraction:

Always line the digits up using place value

Always write the subtraction symbol

If you cannot take one number from the other, borrow one from the next column.

 

 

 

Multiplication:

Always line the digits up using place value

Always ADD the carried numbers

When you are multiplying by 2d number, always put the place holder '0' to help you multiply by the tens digit.

If you are multiplying by 3d number , always put two place holder '0's to help you multiply by 100.

 

 

 

Division:

If there is a remainder, carry it over to the next column

Use your times table facts to help you divide each digit

 

 

Long Division:

Long division works by dealing with the largest column 1st - in the case below the 8 (800).

How many times does 4 go into 8? ... from the 4 times table ..2 x 4 = 8. Write the 2 above the 8 and the result, 8, is written below the 8.

 

 

Work out the remainder by subtracting 8 from 8, 8-8=0 Now bring the 5 down to make 05 the next number to divide into.

 

How many times does 4 go into 5? ... from the 4 times table ..1 x 4 = 4. Write the 1 above the 5 and the result, 4, is written below the 5.

 

 

 

Work out the remainder by subtracting 4 from 5, 5-4=1 Now bring the 6 down to make 16 the next number to divide into.

 

How many times does 4 go into 16? ... from the 4 times table ..4 x 4 = 16. Write the 4 above the 6 and the result, 16, is written below the 16.

Finally, subtract 16 from 16, 16-16=0, which means that there is no remainder.

The answer is 214 with no remainder.

 

 

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