Bonjour Year 6,
I hope you enjoyed your French lesson yesterday.
Here are my suggestions for today.
Check out the ‘Home Learning Hub’ for age 9 – 11. Why not keep an exercise log like the ‘Joe Wicks’ one that I have downloaded below? You could watch Joe Wicks live at 9am. Alternatively, join in with Mr Jones’ workout on the Head’s blog.
There is also a recipe for making ‘Easter Egg Nests Buns’. It would be great if you could do some cooking over the Easter holidays. It would give you the opportunity to try out the conversion and ratio work we were learning about in maths. Perhaps some of you could try out cutting an onion into eight equal parts. Some of you struggled with that concept during our work on ratio. Make sure you work with an adult.
Try to keep working in your maths, SPAG and reading comprehension books. I have downloaded below some statutory spelling word challenges that you could have a go at over the Easter holidays.
Please also watch the assembly on the ‘Head’s Blog’. I hope it is not too long before we can all see each other again. Until then, please enjoy the holidays, relax and have fun with your families. Happy Easter!
Good morning Year 6,
It’s another beautiful day and the Easter holidays are just around the corner. You deserve your two week Easter holiday because you have worked so hard this term. After tomorrow, there will be no new blogs until Tuesday, 14th April, 2020. In the meantime, here are my suggestions for today.
Check out the ‘Home Learning Hub’ for age 9 – 11. There is a daily timetable including a weekly French session. It might be worth taking a look because the resources are excellent and we were going to learn French in the summer term. It will help you prepare for learning languages at secondary school.
Please go to ‘N – Patterns and Algebra’ and work your way through the activities. This is what we should have been working on in class this week.
Hi Year 6,
Here are some suggestions for English.
I hope that you will continue to read every day and apply your ‘VIPERS & CO’ skills. Please not that ‘Audible’ has announced that it has made its entire collection of books free for as long as children are not at school. It may be worth taking a look. Please continue to do some work from your reading comprehension and SPAG books. You have all made so much progress that it would be a shame for that not to continue. Now is also the opportunity for you to do some creative writing of your own. Write about what you enjoy the most; use those amazing imaginations that I know you have.
Have a go at answering the 'skills check' below. Then check the answers below. I will add a new one every week.
Hi Year 6,
I hope you are all well.
Please follow this link to access the maths we have been covering. It includes videos, questions and answers.
Please follow the link below to access you spelling pack. It includes your spelling list, a PowerPoint, a word search and handwriting linked to your spelling words.
You could continue writing your alternative version of Hansel and Gretel. You were just about to introduce your ‘witch’ character.
Please follow the link for ‘P.E. with Joe’.
Here are some suggestions for home learning.
Keep working from the SPAG books, reading comprehension books and mathematics books that we have given you. Please don’t forget to log in to your ‘Times Tables Rock Stars’ accounts and ‘Mathletics’ accounts.
Please follow the instructions in the letter
from ‘Twinkl’ in your packs. You can search on the website for Year Six
activities. Remember that we will be on Spellings
Term 2b week 5 next week. You can
follow the mathematics plan that I put into your packs. Search for ‘Year 6
Diving into Mastery’ mathematics resources for each topic on the plan.
Satspapers.org is a free website containing all previous SATS papers.
Additional Topic Ideas
In the Summer Term, we usually learn about the Galapagos Islands. You could research the geography of the islands, the animals that live there and how they are adapted to their environment.
Explorify is good online science resource and is free to sign up: https://explorify.wellcome.ac.uk
Meet Milo - our new class pet.
Our 'Learning Adventure' for this term is:
'How Can we Care for Milo?'
We are taking responsibility for him and we are enjoying getting to know him.
The next bike session will be on Monday, 4th November, 2019 (weather permitting).
Children are welcome to leave their bikes in school until then. Please ensure that the
children bring their helmets, a waterproof and a change of clothes with them on Monday.
Year 6 have been hard at work capturing and interrogating a Roman soldier.
Our learning adventure for this term is 'The Roman Empire and its impact on Britain.'
This great course will be coming soon.
The course builds the skills and confidence of children who can already ride.
Not only does it make the children better cyclists, it can help with building confidence and independent thinking.
If you are interested, please complete and return a consent form to school as soon as possible.
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We overcome all barriers to reach our potential, developing a capacity to improve further.
We are passionate about learning.
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