GET YOUR WRITING PUBLISHED IN MRS CAFFULL'S UP AND COMING BOOK- LIFE IN LOCKDOWN-THE INSIDERS' STORY. EVERY SINGLE ENTRY WILL BE PUBLISHED IN THE BOOK. THIS IS YOUR WRITING TASK FOR THIS WEEK.
WHAT DO I NEED TO DO?
- Produce a piece of writing around the theme of lockdown.This could be a diary entry, a poem, a poster, a letter, a description, a story. The possibilities are endless and this is a great opportunity to become part of the written history of Covid 19.
- SEND YOUR ENTRIES TO firstname.lastname@example.org
Mrs Caffull is also running a competition to design the front cover of this book. Send your entries to the same address.
Home learning week beginning 4th May 2020.
SEND and wellbeing resources.
HOME LEARNING UPDATE:
Monday 25th May 2020
Check this space weekly for updates on weekly plans for home learning in these unprecedented times. Plans will go onto the website each Monday for 9am. These plans will include lesson activities and a timetable you can follow for learning. We stress that you may choose to work to your own times, you may even choose to explore different ways of learning and (most importantly) ensure that your children's well being takes priority.
If you have any questions about the learning or would like us to email you with some more tasks, feel free to contact us on:
We would love you to email us some of the work you do!
On a separate note we are so proud of our Year 6 children <3 continue to look after each other :)
Miss White and Mrs Stacey
HERE IS YOUR GRID FOR LEARNING FOR THE WEEK BEGINNING 25th May
SPAG WORK: CHOOSE YOUR LEVEL FOR THIS WEEK'S SPAG MAT. IF YOU FEEL UP TO IT, TRY THE SPAG MEMORY CHALLENGE ON WORD CLASSES! THERE ARE ALSO ASSIGNMENTS ON SPELLING SHED TO COMPLETE. PUT THE ANSWERS IN YOUR WORK BOOK- NO NEED TO PRINT.
READING WORK: PLEASE FILL IN THIS GRID AND EMAIL US SO THAT WE CAN KEEP TRACK OF HOW MUCH YOU ARE READING. IF YOU HAVE RUN OUT OF BOOKS/MAGAZINES, THE LIBRARY ARE PROVIDING AN EXCELLENT ONLINE READING SERVICE CALLED 'BORROWBOX'. HAVE A LOOK AND FIND SOMETHING NEW TO ENJOY!
PLEASE SEE THE GRID FOR ONLINE READING LESSONS TO COMPLETE.
ENGLISH WORK: Recreate a poem in the style of "The Adventures of Isabel" ...
Check out Pobble for more creative writing tasks and ideas.
- PLEASE SEND YOUR WRITNG TO US AS WE WOULD LOVE TO READ IT AND GIVE YOU SOME FEEDBACK.
MATHS WORK. HERE ARE THE WORKSHEETS TO COMPLETE THIS WEEK, BASED ON RATIO. YOU MAY CHOOSE TO COMPLETE THE FLUENCY QUESTIONS, PROBLEM SOLVING QUESTIONS, OR BOTH.
MATHS MENTAL ARITHMETIC TESTS (ANSWERS INCLUDED ON SHEETS)
CHOOSE THE CORRECT LEVEL FOR YOU IN EACH SHEET. NO NEED TO PRINT, YOU CAN JUST WRITE YOUR ANSWERS IN YOUR WORK BOOK.
ART TASKS. PLEASE LOOK AT THE LEARNING GRID TO FIND OUT THIS WEEK'S TASKS (YOU MAY USE COLOURING PENCILS, PENS OR PAINT IF YOU HAVE IT!)
MUSIC TASKS. MRS MINSHALL HAS KINDLY ORGANISED FOR SOME MUSIC WORK FOR THIS WEEK, WHICH CAN BE ACCESSED IN THE DOCUMENT BELOW.
GEOGRAPHY WORK. READ THE LEARNING GRID BEFORE COMPLETING THESE TASKS
SCIENCE WORK. PLEASE READ THE LEARNING GRID AND TRY THIS TASK.
HERE IS LAST WEEK'S GRID IF YOU MISSED IT AND WOULD LIKE SOME MORE TASKS TO COMPLETE. IF YOU NEED ANY OF THE RESOURCES FROM THIS GRID PLEASE EMAIL THE CLASS EMAIL AND WE WILL SEND THEM DIRECTLY TO YOU.
PLEASE EMAIL THE YEAR 6 EMAIL ADDRESS TO COLLECT YOUR LOGIN AND PASSWORD FOR SPELLING SHED. THERE ARE LOTS OF GREAT GAMES AND COMPETITIONS TO HELP WITH YOUR SPELLINGS!
HERE ARE SOME EXAMPLES OF THE WORK YEAR 6 HAVE BEEN DOING AT HOME. WE WOULD LOVE FOR YOU TO SEND US MORE!
Lewis F has produced a well presented report on Florence Nightingale "The Lady of the Lamp," with effective layout devices. An excellent way to combine writing, history and science!
Ethan has produced some superb writing, which highlights effective use of vocabulary and punctuation in The Mirror. He has also designed and created packaging for his DT product: we think you'll agree that the name and tagline are incredibly creative!
Enjoy the Wonderful World of Randomness- a creative poem by Lewis F, filled with witty rhyme and fantastical imagery!
Lewis C took on the 100 world challenge- he has built up a suspenseful story with a shocking (but gripping) ending!
Ruby created a brilliant PowerPoint on jobs in the Victorian era. It is very informative and filled with fascinating facts and the story of Thomas Barnardo, founder and director of homes for poor children (and modern day Barnardo's children charity).
Some beautifully presented work from Daisy for DT and Science. We love the use of colour and pictures.
An informative letter from Maisy, who outlines her idea for a new snack bar (the "Flapana") in great detail. Well done!
Lucas has worked really hard on his descriptive sentences, using a range of vocabulary. We love the design for his snack bar in DT too - "The Meteor Bar!" The slogan is fantastic.
This is an excellent piece of writing by Isla. The vocabulary has been chosen for its effect and I think you will agree, it is a very emotive piece.
A lovely recipe for a peanut butter and banana wrap, with a very creative bunny salad decoration! Perfect for Easter.
Some wonderful writing examples, including work on a 'Vampire' rollercoaster and the poem 'Mountain.'
A fantastic recipe for what looks like a mouth-watering white chocolate cheesecake!
Lewis made some delicious cheese scones!
This is a great first entry into our limerick competition.
Around the World! Facts from individual countries neatly presented with some super drawings of the country flags.
An amazing sketch of an apple - we were very impressed with the shading and attention to detail!
A lot of hard work and effort went into this thoughtful poster which shows appreciation and gratitude for all our key workers.
A story that builds the suspense and uses a range of interesting vocabulary!
A lovely drawing of still life (a cactus) and a fantastic piece of writing on a rollercoaster theme park: Wonderland! Being greeted with a tea party sounds like a marvellous idea...
The amazing results of a home economics lesson!
The beginning part of an incredible Wolf story (we are loving the vocabulary!)
A fantastic piece of non fiction writing!
Showcasing a fantastic example of proportion and shading!
A superb historical timeline with interesting facts!
Next week is Safer Internet Week... our Year 6s will be proudly taking on the role of "virtual assistants" and running workshops across the whole school on e-safety. Alexa and Siri have nothing on our Year 6s, leading the way for future generations to use the internet responsibly :)
We are looking forward to our class trip to Hairspray at the Colne School. We will have the songs in our heads all half term I am sure...
In maths this term, we have been revising measurement and fractions, as well as revising angles on a straight line, around and point and in a triangle.
We have also looked at analysing statistics, such as line graphs and pie charts. Please look at the video below for tips on how to approach pie charts:
Design and Technology
We have been making bridges, based on the design of Trajan. We built bridges out of lego, cardboard and straws. We then edited our designs.
Click on the link above to access information about the Key Stage 2 SATS for 2018.
Look at the information below to explore our curriculum by looking at the current term's newsletter, photos and examples of work, homework information and reminders.
Missed our Year 6 SATS parent information evening talk? Here is the information we gave.
"Today a reader... tomorrow a leader!"
"Exercise is to the body what reading is to the mind.."
Here in Year 6, we believe that reading opens the doors for all manner of possibilities! We encourage the children to use our reading corner regularly, and we hope that you find a comfy space to read with your child at home.
Please look at the age related reading text link below to try out some interesting books...
There is no homework this week due to MOCK SATS week (February 10th-14th)
We ask that you get lots of sleep, practise times tables and read for 20 minutes (at least!) a day.
You may also wish to practise spellings ahead of the SPAG paper, so we have attached a link for spellings below: