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Home learning.

 

Here you will find work for children to complete at home. This section will be updated weekly with a new selection of work and then the following week any answer sheets will be uploaded to allow children to self-mark.

The home learning grid is designed to give children a choice of topic-based tasks to be completed throughout the week.

If you have any questions, we are available through Facebook messenger and the school's e-mail.

 

Year 6 'Then and Now' Photographs 
Transition Activities 
Week 13 (week commencing 29/06/2020)
Week 12 Answers 
During PE this afternoon, the Year 6 bubbles have been competing in relay races with a twist. The children ran 60 metres and had 1 minute to collect grass in their bucket. They did this six times. When the time was up, an adult measured each pile of grass. The children then converted the measurements from cm to mm and then m to find out the overall winner. 
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Bubble 1 have made dream catchers this afternoon. They are amazing. Well done, girls! 
Year 6 have been completing transition activities set by their secondary school. 
Week 12 (week commencing 22/06/20)
Week 11 Answers 
Week 11 (week commencing 15/06/20)
Week 10 Answers
Week 10 (week commencing 08/06/2020)
Week 9 Answers 
Week 9 (week commencing 01/06/2020)
Week 8 Answers 
Week 8 (week commencing 18/05/2020)
Week 7 Answers 
Home Learning Week 7 (week commencing 11/05/2020)
Week 6 Answers 
Week 6 Home Learning (week commencing 03/05/2020)
Week 5 Answers 
Week 5 Home Learning (week commencing 27/04/20)

Week 4 Answers 

 Week 4 Home Learning (week commencing 20/04/20)
                                                               Easter Activities 

Greetings Year 6!

We're sure you've been working hard to complete the tasks we have set, so as a reward you can have two weeks rest. However, if you would like to stay busy there are plenty of activities on the Easter activity grid or you can follow the links to any of the websites below. 

Have fun!

Stay safe!

And don't eat too much chocolate! 

 

 

Week 1 Answers

Week 1 Home Learning 

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Welcome to Year 6's class page. Here you will find what we are learning about this year. You will see pictures of our classroom, our work and all of the fantastic things we will see and do this year.

 

This year, Miss Richardson, Miss Taylor and Mrs Dames will be working in Year 6. 


You will also find links to any websites we find useful in our learning.

We hope you enjoy looking at our class page.

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION:
Reading books will be brought to school daily  and we would be grateful if you could read with your child each evening.
Spellings will be sent out weekly and will be linked to your child’s group work.
Homework: Children will be  expected to complete  Mathletics, SPaG.com and spellings homework , as well as daily reading practice. 
Homework  will still need to be brought to school every Friday.
It would be helpful if PE kits were left in school all week.

Every Wednesday afternoon, Year 6 will attend swimming lessons at St John's school.

Year 6 attended 'Safer Futures Live' event.

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In Science, year 6 children tested how voltage effects the sound of a buzzer.

In Science, year 6 children tested how voltage effects the sound of a buzzer. 1
In Science, year 6 children tested how voltage effects the sound of a buzzer. 2
In Science, year 6 children tested how voltage effects the sound of a buzzer. 3

As part of the Junior Education Programme, Year 6 were visited by Kate to discuss environmental crime. Year 6 watched videos that showed crime to the environment and discussed in groups whether or not they thought it was an offence or not.

 

 

 

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Year 6 were extremely lucky to have had a visit from the Anne Frank Trust.  They discussed topics such as discrimination, racism and homophobia.

 

As part of the Junior Education Programme, Gillian from Stray Aid visited year 6 to talk about caring for animals.

 

 

 

 

Year 6 pupils visited our local church, St Mark's. They performed traditional Christmas hymns and recreated the Nativity scene.

Happy Christmas from Year 6

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Year 6 have used a formula to calculate degrees in order to construct pie charts.

 

 

 

As part of our Remembrance Day activities, we have written poems in the style of 'In Flanders Fields.'

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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In Science, we investigated the relationship between the distance of a light source and the size of the shadow created.

 

We have already completed this amazing work based on War Horse...

 

 

 

 

 

To link in with our World War I topic, we are reading and basing all of our English work around War Horse by Michael Morpurgo.

We have been using the following songs to help us learn our times tables. 

Eight Times Table Song (Cover of All About That Bass by Meghan Trainor)

This 8 x table song is extremely catchy!

Six Times Table Song! (Cover of CHEERLEADER by OMI)

The best way to learn your 6 times table..with a song.

Foundation subjects

 

 

PE

 

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