Tuesday 20th July
How lovely to see so many of you before you have a well deserved break over the summer before you begin your new exciting adventure at secondary school. I wish you the very best of luck. Thank you for making this Year 6 a very memorable year!
Monday 19th July.
I am really looking forward to Monday where we will share our completed Suffragette letters! The drafts were excellent, well written but also filled with historical information. Year 6 have really excelled with their cross-curricular writing this year.
We will be trying to solve some very challenging maths logics puzzles (just for fun!) and carrying out a debate on whether people take voting for granted nowadays and how to encourage more people to vote.
Tuesday 20th July.
We will be having a film morning and awards ceremony. We will share the fantastic animations you have made (thank you to the children who have already completed theirs and emailed them to me). We have been thinking of awards categories; best science lesson, best art project, best answer to a challenging question etc.
Finally, before we wave you off to your new adventure in secondary school, we shall take a few moments to share what it is we will be taking away from this year and how it will help us.
Friday 16th July.
We will be completing an arithmetic task, contrasting the conditions in prison for an upper class and a working class suffragette, then you will write a letter from the perspective of the character outlining the treatment as a prisoner.
Your independent task will be to continue with your fact board on the suffragettes. Don't forget to work on your stop motion animation and send it to the year 6 email to view on Tuesday.
Zoom lessons will commence on Thursday 15th July at 9.15 am and 1.30pm. I am looking forward to seeing you all there.
Please make sure you are accessing your Read+ each day to keep up your excellent progress in reading.
Thursday 15th July.
- Arithmetic quiz
- Memory task
- To continue with our Parliament topic, we will be looking at Suffragettes and the impact they made on Government and society. We will be watching two short videos together but you could also watch before the lessons.
We will also carry out the ICT task planned for the rest of term. We will go over the task on zoom.
- Create your own stop motion film inspired by the author workshop on Wednesday.
- Use small toys, drawings or modelling clay to create a short film.
- Use the stop motion app on your tablet or phone and email the film to email@example.com
- We will watch the films on Tuesday morning zoom session.
Parent meetings - week beginning 1st March. These meetings will take place on zoom, using the same codes as for the class sessions. Please check times and dates you are available, email a selection of choices to firstname.lastname@example.org. I will reply with a confirmed time and date for your meeting. Many thanks.
The Eco Centre have invited our pupils to take part in their competition raising awareness about how wasting food adds to climate change.
Food waste competition entry form. If you can't print it off, just create your own. The online link to the competition will be available from Monday 1st March.
Check out the exciting World Book Day ideas here! Can you guess who the masked reader is?
Great ideas here for reading activities that do not involve screen time.
This is the home learning timetable for the week beginning 1st March A description of the activities each day is below, each activity has a link that will take you to the page directly.
Goodness me! The last zoom session of lockdown. I am very proud of how all my lovely class have worked so hard during these challenging times and I am really looking forward to see you all back in school on Monday morning.
Don't forget, no zoom session on Friday afternoon. Take the time to complete your work and have your books ready to bring back to school. If you have used a class ipad or device, make sure you bring that and the charger back too.
Friday 5th March.
Maths - UPDATE: the incorrect lesson link has been replaced, the link below is now correct.
In today’s lesson, we will identify the properties of a circle, name the parts and find out about the relationships between the parts. Click HERE to preview the lesson.
Zoom lesson To find out about exploration and trade in the Elizabethan era.
To practise and apply knowledge of unstressed vowels in polysyllabic words, including test
In this lesson, we will apply our knowledge of unstressed vowels in polysyllabic words to further practise spellings, use a spelling strategy for the words in the spelling list from last spelling lesson, and take a test at the end of the lesson. Click HERE to access the lesson.
Thursday 4th March
Link for the Michael Rosen poem that wouldn't play. Click here
How to find the masked singer competition, go to the school home page then click on the following -
World book day activities with Mrs Thomas
Don’t forget to bring your favourite book along to the zoom session, you will share with the group what makes this a special book for you.
You will be watching these clips with Mrs Thomas.
The firework maker’s daughter. Click HERE.
The giggler treatment. Click HERE.
Reading quiz ppt
Independent reading activity. To develop reading for pleasure through personal reflection
In this lesson, we will explore examples of genre in literature and consider how reading helps build empathy. We will explore the different kinds of reading we do each day and create a 24-hour reading log. Click HERE to access the lesson.
Optional additional task. PSCHE
Be better and do more
Children will learn about climate change and the causes and effects. They will learn about the greenhouse gases and carry out an experiment to see these effects. Click HERE to access the lesson.
Spanish zoom session with Mrs Woodward at 2pm - this will be a shorter session quiz activity as Ms Chambers is holding a reading session at 2.30pm should any children wish to join in.
The spellings for the week are in the spelling resource folder. Remember to copy these into your handwriting book then create a contextual sentence for each.
PE: On the main home learning page, underneath the Spanish folder, are several links to online PE sessions. Please access a session of your choice that you are able to take part in safely in your home.