Monthly Archives: November 2016

Kind Reminder – Ruler, Protractor & Compass

Dear Senior 3s, Tomorrow we will not be missing our lessons together. We will be doing scale drawings and you will be needing your STP 8 Book, your ruler, protractor and compass. Please try to remember to get your own … Continue reading

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Senior 1B – Factor Bugs HW – for Tomorrow

Dear Senior 1B, For Homework help mummy bug grow her children’s legs (LAST SLIDE). As I told you in class you can just  write the number and write the pairs of factors if you don’t want to draw the bugs. … Continue reading

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Don’t forget your PROTRACTOR!

Dear Senior 2’s.. Make sure to get everything you need for your Maths test tomorrow including your protractor please!  

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Senior 2 – Looking Back – Week 9

Dear Senior 2’s This week we have covered the following learning objectives: To be able to draw a possibility space diagram to show the combined outcomes of two events happening together possibility-spaces To be able to find probabilities from a possibility … Continue reading

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Senior 1 – Looking Back – Week 9

Good morning Senior 1’s! I didn’t get to see you much this week, but in the short time we had together we managed to cover the following learning objectives: To be able to interpret (get information from) bar charts interpret-bar-charts To … Continue reading

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Senior 2 – Homework Worksheet for Tomorrow

possibility-space-diagrams-ws You do not have to print the worksheet. Just read the question, draw the possibility space diagram and answer the question/s. Let me know if you have any problems. See you tomorrow!

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Senior 3 – Constructions PowerPoints

These are the PowerPoints by the Head of Department Mr Carmelo Ellul that we used in class to recall the three constructions: Given SAS -Side Angle Side – Construct the base line first, then use protractor to draw angle (extend line), after … Continue reading

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