Thomas Jolyffe Primary School

Thomas Jolyffe Primary School



Date: 28.01.21

L.O. To divide 2-digit numbers by 1-digit and find a remainder

Like yesterday, you have a choice today of whether you wish to continue to follow the White Rose lesson which is Lesson 1 or to follow Lesson 2 which will develop your understanding of the written method. Your teachers will go over this with you in the Teams Meeting as there is no video on this today. In both lessons you  will continue to develop your understanding of division and remainders.

Lesson 1

The video tries to help you to develop your fluency by encouraging you to look for patterns. This is what mathematicians do so spend some time pausing the video and trying to find and describe the patterns for yourself. Talk to your adult helper about what you see, then listen to the teacher's explanation on the video. Was the pattern you saw the same as that described?



Divide 2-digits by 1-digit

Worksheets for Lesson 2.Please note the answer document contains some extra worksheets that were not put on the website today


Date: Thursday 28th January 2021

LO: To develop an understanding of the chocolate making process.

In this lesson, we will learn how chocolate is made. We will then summarise each of the four main stages by writing a sentence for each stage.


Date: Thursday 25th January 2021

L.O. To investigate amplitude. 

Listen to the video on this subject and repeat the words when the teacher tells you to.  You are given a list of sounds in the video and you should list them in your book from the quietest to the loudest. So remember to pause the video when you are told.  Complete the sentences you are given on screen filling in the missing words. 

At the end of the video, the teacher refers to a worksheet, but this is not available. So when you have completed the video lesson. You may want to have a go at making the instrument below. 

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