Tuesday 21/4

Math Lesson

For those who are having difficulty accessing OneNote, here is the Math lesson for today…

Maths

A A Farmer has realised that part of the fence surrounding his paddock has been broken. He has decided to replace all the fencing around the paddock.

How will the farmer know how much fencing he needs to buy?

 

What is the term used to describe measuring this? The farmer measures the p______________ of the paddock to work out how much fencing is needed.

 

G  I understand how to measure the perimeter of a shape using formal units of measurement.
N perimeter. • Is  the distance around the outside of a shape, calculated by adding the length of all sides together.

 

 

 

A

 

 

Below are some  Math Problems to solve. Show your working out in your book or in your OneNote Notebook if you are able to access.

 

If you are able to add your work to your Class Notebook, follow the steps below:

  1. Save the Word document in the documents folder on your laptop
  2. Make a new page under your name/maths and call it Tuesday 21/4
  3. At the top of your OneNote page, click Insert/File Attachment
  4. Find you maths document in the document folder and click Insert

Perimeter (& Area) Word Problems

Problem Number Sentence and Calculations Answer
Libby has just bought a rectangular display board for her classroom.  It has a length of 90 cm and a width of 50 cm. Libby would like to put a border of yellow ribbon around the perimeter of her display board. How many centimetres of yellow ribbon will she need to buy?

Extension: If Libby decides she would like to put a blue fabric backing piece to cover the whole board, how much blue fabric will she need?

Chris has just bought a new puppy. She needs to build a fence around her backyard so the puppy can’t run away and get lost.

Chris’s backyard is a rectangle. It has a length of 8 m and a width of 6.5 m. How many metres of fencing does Chris need to buy?

Holly does her hair every morning using the square mirror on her bathroom wall. The mirror has sides of 60 cm. What is the perimeter of Holly’s mirror?

Extension: What is the area of Holly’s mirror?

Isabella’s dad is laying out new grass in the backyard. The backyard is a square, with sides of 12 m. What is the area of grass that Isabella’s dad will need to buy?

 

 

Perimeter (& Area) Word Problems

Problem Number Sentence and Calculations Answer
Last year, Giorgio and Evan went to the circus with their family. The big top was in the shape of a hexagon. Before the circus began, Giorgio, Evan and their family walked around the perimeter of the big top. How many metres did they walk, if each side of the hexagon was 22 m in length?

Extension: What would be the area of the canvas floor used to cover the base of the big top tent?

Farmer Tom and Farmer Tim own farms next to each other. They both have goats on their farms.  Farmer Tom has a large rectangular paddock for his goats with a length of 20 m and a width of 8 m. Farmer Tim has a smaller rectangular paddock for his goats with a length of 10 m and a width of 5 m. If Farmer Tom and Farmer Tim decide to join their paddocks together, how much fencing might they need to go around the combined paddock?

Extension: What will the area of the new goat paddock be?

 

 

Extension: I have 50m of fencing materials. What could the dimensions of my paddock be?

Show this in 4 different ways. Draw a diagram to show the shape and dimensions of the paddock. All examples must be of different shapes. 2 examples must include a decimal value of at least 2 lengths.

Record your working out on today’s maths page in your Class Notebook

G How would you explain to someone else how to calculate a shape’s perimeter?

Extension: How would you explain to someone else how to calculate a shape’s area?

 

When might you need to calculate perimeter in a real life situation?

Extension: When might you need to calculate the area in real life?

 

Art
Art lesson details can be found on the MPPS Art Blog – http://mppsarts.global2.vic.edu.au/

Monday 20th April 2020

Reading

Focus: Read – Information texts are formal

APK

What genre do you think these texts may be?

Use text clues to help you predict.

New Information:

There are many differences between the structure of information reports and narrative texts.

Some features include

  • formal vs informal
  • structures (headings, tables)
  • tier 3 words

 

Goal:

These are our unit goals for this term:

  1. Readers understand the text structure and organisation of information reports.
  2. Readers use appropriate strategies to understand information from the text.
  3. Readers research for a purpose.

 

Using the information you have been given, which of the unit reading goals from above do you think we are starting with.

 

Application:

Read the text Quakes Floods and Natural Disasters (click the link below)

Monday 20/4 – Text for reading lesson   (Web view)

Choose a fiction text from home look at the differences between the two texts.

Draw a Venn diagram in your Reader’s notebook, on paper, or draw up a 3 column grid in your lesson application section of your Digital reader’s Notebook (One OneNote). Use the Venn diagram (or table) to illustrate the differences and similarities between the nonfiction text and a fiction book. Think about more than the physical differences such as what the texts will look like. Take a photo and put it into your class note book in the reading section under lesson application. Don’t forget to date your work and add the lesson goal at the top. (the lesson goal will be one of the three below –  using the lesson clues, which one do you think it will be?

 

  1. Readers understand the text structure and organisation of information reports.
  2. Readers use appropriate strategies to understand information from the text.
  3. Readers research for a purpose.

Goal Reflection:

Write a reflection to justify which reflection goal you picked.

Example: I think it is this goal because….

 

Writing

Goal:  I can show what I know about writing information texts. (Pre-assessment)

APK:

   

 

What are some differences between narrative and information texts? Think about the structure, features and language used.

 

New Information:

As a pre-assessment, you are going write an information text on a topic that you are an expert on. The purpose of this pre-assessment task is to show everything you know about information reports. Make sure you consider the following:

  • Text structure
    • Features of information reports
  • Features of information reports
  • The language used in information reports

 

Application:

Choose a topic you know lots and lots about. Write an information report on this topic. Make sure you do this by yourself so that your teacher can see what you already know about writing information reports. Type your report on Onenote under your name/Writing/Information Reports/Pre-assessment

Don’t forget to date your work.

Some ideas for topics:

  • Moonee Ponds Primary School
  • A sport
  • An animal
  • A place/country

 

Goal Reflection:

Draw up a table to list some topics that would be suitable to write information reports about.  What are some that would be unsuitable?

Example

Suitable information

Report Topics

Unsuitable information

Report Topics

 

Wellbeing

Goal: I can identify character strengths I admire or value.

APK:

  1. Draw a rough sketch which shows you (or another character) doing something positive for, or with, someone else. This sketch shows something you think is a ‘good’ thing. It helps make the world a better place for someone. Once drawn, you should label your sketch.

 

  1. Take a photo of this picture and share in the ‘gallery’ page on our class OneNote Collaboration space.

If you are having trouble posting you may email to your teacher or post on your blog so we can copy it over. Failing that, please write, in the collaboration space, what your picture would have been about.

Links to Gallery Page, if you are having trouble finding it:

5/6A: Gallery

5/6B: Gallery

5/6C: Gallery

 

This lesson will be continued tomorrow – please make sure you have included a picture in the collaboration space so we can discuss it tomorrow. If you are unable to put a picture, please put a sentence explaining what the picture would have been of if you were able to insert it.

 

 

Maths

Goal: I can accurately identify and use tools to measure length and distance.

APK:

Measuring tools

Go on a hunt around your house.

What ‘tools’ can you find to measure with? What would they be used to measure?

Fill in the following table with your answers:

 

Name and picture of tool What might I measure with this? What units of measurement would I use?

 

 

If you are working at school or are unable to get up and move around the house in case you disturb others who are working – use this link/activity instead.

APK  (Web view)

New Information:

We use different tools to measure different things with formal units eg. cm, g. Here are some examples of why accuracy is important:

  • When making a cake, your measurement must be accurate, otherwise the cake won’t work.
  • Builders need to be accurate because if they make a window too small, the glass won’t fit into it.

What other examples can you think of?

Application:

Work through the list, giving an example for each type of measurement. If you are at home, measure some items and record their exact measurement. Fill in the table with an example for each type of measurement. You can find the table in under your name/Maths/Lesson Application/Monday 20/4.

Length

Mass

Time

Temperature

Capacity

Perimeter

Area

Volume

 

When you have finished, try one of these activities. Level 1 is easier and Level 2 is more challenging.

Activities  (Web view)

Goal Reflection:

What were some of the challenges you encountered when trying to measure accurately?

 

 

Optional

Touch Typing (10 – 15 minutes recommended)

https://www.typingclub.com/

Or you can use Tux Typing, which is installed on your laptop.

Afternoon Activities:

Choose an activity to do from the list below:

  • Go for a walk
  • jigsaw puzzle
  • Play with lego
  • Draw a picture
  • Write a letter
  • Write a journal entry
  • Clean your room
  • Cook something
  • Mindful colouring
  • Read a book
  • Make a paper plane
  • Build an obstacle course
  • Play outside

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Friday 17th April 2020

Good morning 5/6 Awesome! I have been missing you.

It has been great to chat to many of you over the past 2 days – and if we have not spoken yet, I will be trying to get in touch today.

The link below is a space to share any TV show or movies that you may have enjoyed over the holidays. Please feel free to add to it.

Movies or TV shows

Friday 17/4 Focus: Reading
G Goal: I can use comprehension strategies to help me understand a text.
A

 

Write the 20 words in your Reader’s Notebook, or a book you have at home.

N Choose the easy, medium or challenging option. Read the text and use your comprehension skills to answers the questions. Write your answers in your Reader’s Notebook, a book you have at home, or on some scrap paper.
A
5/6A 5/6B 5/6C
Easy  (Web view) Easy  (Web view) Easy  (Web view)
Medium  (Web view) Medium  (Web view) Medium  (Web view)
Challenging  (Web view) Challenging  (Web view)   Challenging  (Web view)

 

When you have finished, do some independent reading.

G Write in your book:
A comprehension strategy I used was…

 

 

 

Friday 17/4

Focus:     

Editing and proof reading               

G I can use an editing checklist to edit a piece of work.
A
N

Editing and Proof Reading Checklis1

 

It is really important to proof read your work, before you submit your piece. Often students will submit their work and then realise that there were many silly errors or that their writing doesn’t make sense.

We write for an audience so if it doesn’t make sense to you then your audience will struggle to read your writing.

Using previous feedback given to you by your teachers peers and the editing checklist, edit the following pieces depending on your knowledge and effort score.

 

A

 

Click on the Links below

Checklist:

Texts to choose based on your score

 

G Share this with another person in your family, did you find all the mistakes?

Remember to apply proofreading skills to all your writing tasks to ensure that you are producing your best work.

 

 

 

In your Maths book (or another book if you do not have your Maths book) please complete the following lesson. Remember to use a ruler, red pen and pencil or blue/black pen. Date the work.

 

 

Friday 17/4  Mathematics
 

 

Focus:  Problem Solving/recording thinking

                              

G I can use my problem solving skills to find the answer to a word problem and record my thinking.

1.       I’m not sure where to start

2.       I think I have a strategy that might work

3.       I’m reasonably confident I can do this

4.       I could teach someone else how to do this

 

Record your Knowledge and Effort scores.

A

How many legs can you count in this farmyard picture?

 

N  When I am solving a word problem in maths I must;

1.       Read the question carefully

2.       Determine EXACTLY what is being asked.

3.       Use strategies from the Mathematician’s toolbox (can I draw this? Have I seen something like this before?)

4.       Record my thinking

5.       Check the accuracy of my working out

6.       Make sure the answer is clearly stated (have you included a clear answer with units?)

A Based on your pre-assessment score, choose the appropriate activity:

If you scored yourself as a 1 or 2

 

In my backyard I have some chickens and some dogs.  Altogether I can count 12 heads and 38 legs. How many dogs do I have?
If you scored yourself as a 3 or 4 In my backyard I have some chickens and some dogs.  Altogether I can count 25 heads and 78 legs. How many dogs do I have?

 

If you complete one activity easily, try to make up a similar clue yourself.

G  Take a photo of your working out for this and save it in your OneNote Class Notebook or on your blog. Write a reflection under it, sharing how you approached this problem and what worked or didn’t work.

 

Re-score your Knowledge and Effort scores.

Friday 17/4

Physical Activity

Try 4 different Go Noodle videos. Recommend videos you like in the Onenote Collaboration Space here –

Log into Go Noodle

https://app.gonoodle.com/login

Go Noodle log in details
Email: coleman.holly.m@edumail.vic.gov.au
Password: grade562020

Friday 17/4

Afternoon Activities

Choose an activity to do from the list below:

    • jigsaw puzzle
    • Play with lego
    • Draw a picture
    • Write a letter
    • Write a journal entry
    • Clean your room
    • Cook something
    • Mindful colouring
    • Read a book
    • Make a paper plane
    • Build an obstacle course
    • Play outside
    • Go for a walk

 

 

Thursday 16 April 2020

Thursday 15/4  Reading  
 

 

Focus:  Comprehension Strategies                                
Goal: I can use comprehension strategies to help me understand a text.
A
Choose the easy, medium or challenging option. Read the text and use your comprehension skills to answers the questions. Write your answers in your Reader’s Notebook, a book you have at home, or on some scrap paper.
A
L2Easy

 

 

L2Medium

 

L2Challenging

 

To find the activity in Onenote, you need to follow the link below then scroll down to the page under Thursday 16/4/20.

5/6A 5/6B 5/6C
Easy  (Web view) Easy Easy
Medium  (Web view) Medium Medium
Challenging  (Web view) Challenging Challenging

 

When you have finished, do some independent reading.

 

G Write in your book:
A comprehension strategy I used was…

 

Thursday 15/4 Writing
 

 

Focus:  I understand the writing process.                                         
G I can use the writing process to help me create a narrative.
A Identify where you are at in the writing process with your personal writing.

Most of you should be at the drafting and revising stages of your personal writing pieces.

It is important to set yourself a goal of what you want to achieve during this time. For example in this session I would like to complete my draft, or I will edit my piece of work. (If you do not have your Writer’s Notebook,  with you can start a new narrative. Use the prompt below).  

 

… although it was Saturday nothing was opened…

Things to consider:

  • Why is this strange?
  • What did you need to be opened?
  • What will you do instead?
  • How much of a problem is this?

 

A Use the next 30-45 mins to work on your personal writing piece. Remember it is important to follow the writing process. If you have completed all the steps between prewriting and editing get someone to give you feedback. 
G What did you achieve in this session?

Give yourself a knowledge and effort score.

 

 

In your Maths book (or another book if you do not have your Maths book) please complete the following lesson. Remember to use a ruler, red pen and pencil or blue/black pen. Date the work.

Thursday 15/4 Mathematics
 

 

Focus:  Equivalence in maths 

                               

I can match equivalent items in maths.

 

Record your Knowledge and Effort scores.

A
This trick will impress even your maths teacher.
  • Think of a number.
  • Double it.
  • Add 10.
  • Halve it.
  • Take away you original number.
  • Is your answer 5?

Try this with a different starting number. Did you get a different result? Why does this happen?

Write the answer on a piece of paper without letting anybody see it and seal it in an envelope. Have somebody hold the envelope and at the end ask them to open it and reveal the number you wrote at the beginning. Wow, Magic!

 

Equivalence is a term we use in mathematics. When two things are equal they are not the same but have the same value. For example 1/2 a pizza is equal to 4 slices of a pizza that has been cut into 8 pieces.
A Open the following document – Make me balance. 

Level 1 Activity

 

Match the equivalent amounts

Balance me out – Level 1

 

Level 2 Activity

 

See how many of the things in section A you can match with the section B items.

Group 2 Make-Me-Balance

 

If you finish quickly, see if you can make your own equivalent pairs.

 

G  What areas were you most confident in matching? What areas did you find challenging?
Re-score your Knowledge and Effort scores.

 

Thursday 15/4 Physical Activity
Thursday 15/4 Afternoon Activities
Choose an activity to do from the list below:

  • jigsaw puzzle
  • Play with lego
  • Draw a picture
  • Write a letter
  • Write a journal entry
  • Clean your room
  • Cook something
  • Mindful colouring
  • Read a book
  • Make a paper plane
  • Build an obstacle course
  • Play outside
  • Go for a walk

Wednesday 15th April 2020

Welcome back to everyone!

Please note that this information is also available in the email you have received and on Class Notebook in the Content Library section.

We’re excited to start Term 2 with you. This term will be very different, but we are looking forward to learning in new ways together. You will have a lot of independence this term, however we will be here to help you if you need it. You can contact us via email during school hours and we will get back to you as soon as we can. Our emails are here:

 

haigh.elizabeth.j@edumail.vic.gov.au

mizis.christine.c@edumail.vic.gov.au

coleman.holly.m@edumail.vic.gov.au

 

This is the weekly overview for the learning you will do each day this week.

 

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Reading Reading Reading
Writing Writing Writing
Break Break Break
Maths Maths Maths
Physical Activity Physical Activity Physical Activity
Lunch Lunch Lunch
Choose an activity Choose an activity Choose an activity

 

We have attached to this email a detailed plan for each day.

 

Please contact your classroom teacher via email if you have any questions.

 

Thanks,

Libby, Chris, Nancy and Holly

 

 

Wednesday 15/4

Reading

Focus:   Comprehension Strategies                                    
G Goal: I can use comprehension strategies to help me understand a text.
A
Can You Find? Title of Book
A book with 100 or more pages
A book with an animal as the main character
A book about science
A book with no words
A book with words in another language
A book about sports
A book that has been made into a movie
A book that rhymes
A book you can’t wait to read
A book about history
A book you have read more than once
A book by your favourite author

You can write this in your reading notebook, on paper or on your laptop.

N Look over the CAFÉ menu to revise some of the reading strategies you might use.

Choose the easy, medium or challenging option. Read the text and use your comprehension skills to answers the questions. Write your answers in your Reader’s Notebook, a book you have at home, or on some scrap paper.

A
Easy
Easy
MediumMedium ChallengingChallenging

 

Links to Onenote

5/6A 5/6B 5/6C
Easy Easy  (Web view) Easy
Medium Medium  (Web view) Medium
Challenging Challenging  (Web view) Challenging

When you have finished, do some independent reading.

G Write in your book:
A comprehension strategy I used was…
Extra activity: 
See if you can add to the Book Recommendations on the Collaboration Space of the Class Notebook. What have you been reading over the holidays?

 

 

 

 

 

Wednesday 15/4

Writing

                                     
G I can write a journal entry about my holidays
N A journal is place where you can record your thoughts about things you have been doing, thinking and feeling. This can be shared with an audience or personal. 

 

 

A Write a journal entry about your holiday. What was usual/unusual about these holidays? How did you feel? What did you do? What were the challenges? What did you miss about your regular holidays? What new things did you discover?

You can choose to write your journal entry in the following ways:

  • Type as an email and send to your teacher
  • Type as a word document and attach to an email and send to your teacher
  • Type into Onenote in your own writing section (make sure you email to let us know you’ve put it there)

 

 

 

In your Maths book (or another book if you do not have your Maths book) please complete the following lesson. Remember to use a ruler, red pen and pencil or blue/black pen. Date the work.

Wednesday 15/4

Mathematics

Focus:  Ordering numbers (revision)                              
G I can order numbers from smallest to largest.

  1. I can order whole numbers up to 10 000
  2. I can order any whole numbers
  3. I can order numbers including decimals
  4. I can order numbers including decimals, fractions and whole numbers

 

Record your Knowledge and Effort scores.

A Date Maths 15/04/2020:Use the digits for today’s date, 15th April 2020 so use  1, 5, 4, 2, and 0 to make all the numbers to 20 using a variety of mathematical operations:

You can only use these digits, but can combine them to make 2 or 3 digit numbers eg. 15.

The digits are:  1, 5, 0, 4, 2, 0, 2 and 0

e.g. 5 – 4 = 1

1  5 – 4 = 1 6 11 16
2  5 – 4 + 1 = 2 7 12 17
3 8 13 18
4 9 14 19
5 10 15 20 5 X 4 = 20

 

Points are awarded for:

1 point for each answer

2 points for multiple operations in the one problem

3 points for using brackets (correctly)

5 bonus points for completing all sections

 

Add up your total score and record in the collaboration space of your Class Notebooks through the links below. If you can’t get onto Onenote, just write down your score in your book.

5/6 A: onenote:https://eduvic-my.sharepoint.com/personal/09433854_education_vic_gov_au/Documents/Class%20Notebooks/5-6A%202020/_Collaboration%20Space/Maths.one#Scores%20for%20Maths%20Lesson%20APK&section-id={80F113FA-10A7-40EB-9A69-92CE709334C1}&page-id={91C8DEE1-4D68-45FA-8A8D-0661082D8B5E}&end

 

5/6 B: Wednesday 15th April

 

5/6 C: Wednesday 15th April

N When you are placing numbers in order, what are some of the things you need to watch out for.Write down the steps YOU follow when placing numbers in order from smallest to largest.

 

A Based on your pre-assessment score, choose the appropriate activity:

Place the following numbers in a place value chart showing that you know how large they are. The rewrite the numbers in order from smallest to largest.35, 145, 350, 32 009, 36, 357, 32 090, 35
When I placed 10 different numbers in order, the highest was 32 359 and the lowest was 89. There is at least a difference of 100 between any 2 numbers. What could the listing of numbers be?
When I placed 10 different numbers in order, the highest was 32.359 and the lowest was 0.89. There is at least a difference of 0.1 between any 2 numbers. What could the listing of numbers be?
Place the following numbers in order from smallest to largest.32.123     2 2/3     32 2/3    2.34      32.12       32.023       32.103       32.3      32.10       32 1/6

 

If you complete one activity easily, try another.

G After completing the application task, did you find any steps (from your new information) the you need to clarify or add?
Re-score your Knowledge and Effort scores.

 

Wednesday 15/4

Physical Activity

For 10-15 minutes choose one of these activities:

  1. Walk around your house
  2. Walk/Run laps around your backyard
  3. Walk or run down your street – only if you have an adult to go with!

Then, try holding the below yoga poses. Try to stay in each pose for 10 breaths and focus on the sound of your breathing.

 

Wednesday 15/4

Afternoon Activities

Choose an activity to do from the list below:

    • jigsaw puzzle
    • Play with lego
    • Draw a picture
    • Write a letter
    • Write a journal entry
    • Clean your room
    • Cook something
    • Mindful colouring
    • Read a book
    • Make a paper plane
    • Build an obstacle course
    • Play outside
    • Go for a walk

Week 8 Homework – Due Friday 20/3

  1. Reading 4 nights. Make sure you record in your diary what pages you have read and how long you have spent reading. you should read a minimum of 20 minutes – preferably 30 minutes.
  2. Please complete the 100wcWe have someone in difficulty for this week’s prompt. It is:

    … ‘I’m trying to hold on,’ he shouted …

    Things to think about:

    • Is this a physical situation?
    • What is he holding onto?
    • What will happen if he let’s go?
    • He is shouting so is this dangerous?
  3. Maths – find something at home that is measured in : kilograms, grams, metres, millimetres, degrees, litres and seconds. Record the item and it’s measurements e.g. the bag of flour is 2kg. We have used half so we have 1kg left.

Reminder – Friday is ‘Live for Lily’ day – wear pink.

Homework – Due Friday 13th March

  1. Please make sure you read 3 nights this week, recording both the amount of time read and the pages read in your diary.
  2. ICT Agreements are due – please return ASAP
  3. Place these decimals in order. Choose which level you are able to complete independently:

Level A:       0.5      0.7     0.34     0.3      1.3

Level B:        3.24           3.42        3.26        1.35

Level C:        0.204       0.302         0.002         0.303         0.320       0.32

4.  Choose 3 interesting or new words from you reading and place in a sentence that shows you understand the meaning  eg. shrieked – I saw a great, big, hairy spider and I shrieked in terror making an ear-piercing noise.

5. Re-read the 100wc challenge you wrote last week. Look at the feedback you have received and see if you can revise and edit using some of the suggestions made.

 

Homework – Due Friday 6th March

  1. Reading 4 times for the week. Record pages read in your diary.
  2. Ensure your diary is signed at least once for the week.
  3. Multiplication Facts – continue working on these. Make sure your check list is stuck in your homework book and that you are continuing to revise.
  4. 100 Word ChallengeThis week, it sounds like trouble could be on its way! The prompt is:

    … we took no notice of the sign …

    Things to think about:

    • What is the setting?
    • What might the sign have said?
    • What will now happen that the sign has not been taken notice of?

Homework – Due Friday 28th February

Apologies to those who have been diligently searching for this week’s homework… the post was not published 🙁

Maths:

Choose the times tables that you need to work on. Practise and get your parent to sign.

If you think you’ve got them, come and get it signed off by your teacher. You don’t have to do all of them this week. Pick one or two each week to work on.

Reading:

4 nights reading, include the title of the book, number of pages read and make sure your parents sign it.

Writing:

Write a reading response about ‘All the things that could go wrong’

Include topics from Reading Journal Topics

  • How it reminds of something
  • How the book makes you feel
  • Whether you like the book or not
  • How do you feel about the characters?
  • What are your questions or wonderings?

Attention Global2 users: Department-funding for Global2 is being discontinued.

The Department of Education and Training will not be funding the use of Global2 past the end of the current contract on 31st of December 2020.

Please refer to FUSE for further details on the discontinuation of funding and transition options available for schools.