Skellig

Try some Kahoot quizzes here after reading the book

Kahoot – Quiz 1

Kahoot – Quiz 2

Kahoot – Quiz 3

Kahoot – Quiz made by ML students (2018)

 

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Comparing fractions

Play a game to see if you can compare fractions with different numerators and denominators

You will need 2 players

Print and cut out the fractions playing cards (click on the image to download the cards)

fractions game image

Play the game:

  • Place the cards face down on the table.
  • Player One turns over one card.
  • Player Two turns over a different card.
  • Use the fractions wall below, to see which fraction is bigger.
  • The player who turned over the card with the biggest fraction, wins both cards.
  • Repeat this process.
  • Once all the cards have gone, each player counts their cards
  • The player with the most cards is the winner

 

Fractions wall

Year 7 Slave trade project

If you are unable to view the ppt presentation above, you can view as a PDF here

Use the information below to help complete your project after our trip to the M Shed slavery exhibition:

Video clips:

Who benefited most from the slave trade? Watch the presentation here

Read more from the International Slavery Museum in Liverpool:

 

Abolitionists

Hannah More:

hannah more

William Wilberforce

wilberforce

Additional resources for booklet: map, slave ship and viewpoints table

Year 8 English – Term 5: Holes

During lessons in Term 5, we will be studying the book ‘Holes’ by Louis Sachar.

The book focuses on Stanley Yelnats who, at the age of 14 is sent to a juvenile imprisonment and disciplinary facility at Camp Green Lake for a crime he claims he did not commit. Once at the ‘lake’, Stanley embarks on period in his life that he will never forget. From the scary warden and daily hole digging to the deadly lizards and uncomfortable truths, Stanley has quite an experience.

You can read more about it here.

A film was also made of the book and can be viewed here