Thomas Jolyffe Primary School

Thomas Jolyffe Primary School



Date: 29.01.21

L.O. To divide 3-digit numbers by 1-digit

Today like the last few days you can choose to follow Lesson 1 which is the White Rose video and do the White Rose worksheets.

Alternatively, if you have been working using the written (bus stop) method then please do the alternative worksheets for  Lesson 2 today and stay on Teams at the end of the 9:30 meeting to go over the method with Mrs Karban.

Today you extend your understanding to divide hundreds, tens and ones by a 1-digit number. If you are able to print the printable worksheet it may help you today as there are quite a few  part-whole models in the questions. If not do not worry, you can always draw them out. By now I am sure that you are used to drawing your own mathematical diagrams.

Lesson 1 - White Rose Maths

Divide 3-digits by 1-digit

The second sheet is more challenging and you only have to do this if you wish. 



Date: Friday 29th January 2021

LO: To write complex sentences.

In this lesson, we will learn how to write complex sentences. We will consider how complex sentences are constructed from main and subordinate clauses and use this knowledge to write our own.

Optional extra English - spellings

Date: Friday 29th January 2021

LO: To investigate the suffix - ous

This is an extra lesson and is totally optional. In this lesson, we will be investigating the -ous suffix and set spelling words to learn for next Thursday, 4th February.


Here is Wednesday's PE with Joe for you to get your heart rate up! Remember, it's on YouTube so please be aware there are adverts. Happy Friday folks! 


Link to PE with Joe

PSHE - Random acts of kindness

At the moment we all need to think about those around us, and show some kindness to others. Below is a set of challenge cards to help you think of random acts of kindness you could carry out to help others feel a little happier and put a smile on their face. Not all are suitable during lockdown, but we're sure you can find something kind you could do! 

‘Children are captivated by their learning’, ‘The well-being of pupils is at the heart of the school’, ‘School is a calm place - pupils are polite, courteous and well-mannered’