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Lesson 2 – Multiply fractions by fractions

This week we are starting a new topic on fractions.

You need to go click on the video link below which will lead you to, Summer 1 Week 4 because this is the learning we need to cover (don't worry we are not behind).

Today your screen should look like this so make sure you are working from the right page. 

Watch the video as many times as you need to. Start the task and then mark your own answers. I have attached the question and answers worksheet below.


Today you could listen to some music by Mozart on the internet. How old was Mozart when he wrote his first opera?

Literacy: A letter of complaint.

Today we continue with our letter of compliant unit on Oak Academy. 


There is a quiz to try and a video to help. 

Topic- Human geography Fair trade.

Please can this project or photographs of this project be emailed to me by the end of this week: Year6@overseal.derbyshire.sch.uk 


If we were in school this term we would have been doing our geography fairtrade topic thus I want us to try and do as much of that learning as we can at home. Today you are going to look at a world map. You could use the one below, print it out if you can, use an atlas, use a globe, use the internet or sketch the one provided once opened below. Then open the the activity sheet uploaded below. Can you locate all the produce and the country that produces them and where they are traded from. Can you think of a creative way to present this? Perhaps you could attach pictures around the map? I look forward to seeing the way you choose to present this information about where produce comes from around the world. You should answer the questions on the task sheet.  

What do you notice about where the countries are?

 Are there some countries which seem to produce more than others?

 Where does the Fairtrade produce you bought from the supermarket come from?

Can you find it on the map?

Pin these produce to the countries they are from. You could find some of this produce in your own kitchens!