Welcome to Year 6!
This year your teachers will be Mrs McDevitt & Mr Jordan.
Our PE day is Friday.
Please check in here regularly for updates & home learning if you are isolating
Week Commencing 13th September
Maths: Watch the videos below & complete the worksheets.
Friday 10th September
Maths: Please watch the video session below and complete the worksheets. There are also some recap sheets that can be completed.
English: Read the spelling list below. Practise learning them (10 at a time). Do you know the meaning of the word? Using a dictionary, or an online device, find the meaning.
Wednesday 12th May
Maths: Watch both of the video lessons on Volume & complete the worksheets. #
English & Geography: Research the effects of Climate Change on our planet. Write a formal letter to the Prime Minister pointing these problematic effects out and reminding him that the eyes of the world are watching governments and are expecting them to make significant changes.
Submit work via Seesaw.
Tuesday 11th May
Maths: Watch the video bellow on area of parallelograms. Complete pages 80 & 81 of the workbook, and Challenge 2 on pg 82, or/and complete the sheets attached.
English: Read the information on parenthesis. Complete pages 104 & 105 of the work book.
Home Learning w/c Monday March 8th
Maths: Recap of Fractions, Decimals, Percentages. (Please also refer to the lessons from previous weeks on Fractions, Decimals & Percentages as we are recapping these in school this week.
English: Write a diary entry from Auggie's perspective about his day at school dressed up for Hallowe'en
PE: PE with Joe Wicks session
It's the last day of term! Well done for working so hard this half term
Home Learning Friday 12th February
English: Live lesson on Zoom at 9.15am
Maths: A selection of videos and activities are being uploaded on fractions. Choose the area that you would like to recap and watch that lesson video.
Reading: A relaxing afternoon of reading or listening to a story! Here is a link to the author of the week from Oak Academy, Konnie Huq, if you want to choose a book online to read. Happy reading & happy half-term! https://library.thenational.academy/
Home Learning Thursday 11th February
English: Live lesson on Zoom 9.15am
Maths: Complete both of the end of unit fractions assessments attached, A & B. Please now mark your work, upload your sheets, and send me your score :) Thank you.
Science: International day for women & girls in Science. Follow the PowerPoint attached & complete the activities.
Home Learning Wednesday 10th February
English: Live lesson at 9.15am on Zoom
Maths: Fractions of amounts (2) watch the lesson video, complete the worksheets and/or pgs 50 & 51 of your workbook.
Spellings: PowerPoint, word-search and handwriting practise uploaded below. Test on the first Monday after half-term
R.E: St Valentine's Day tasks attached below.
Home Learning Tuesday 9th February
English: live lesson on Zoom at 9.15am. Pgs 20-23 of your workbook on Synonyms & Antonyms
Maths: Fractions of an amount. Complete the video lesson and worksheets.
Geography: Double page spread on Rivers to end our unit
Safer Internet Day: Attached is a link to a YouTube live session at 1.30pm with Liverpool FC on the theme of reliability online.
Home Learning Monday 8th February
English: live lesson on Zoom at 9.15am. You may also print the attached comprehension for the lesson if you wish to.
Maths: Four rules of fractions. Follow the video below and complete the worksheets.
PE: Complete the new PE with Joe session (link attached after English) or take part in the GoPark activity (details on Seesaw & Twitter)
Spanish: Watch the video lesson attached. Saying your age in Spanish
Home Learning Friday 5th February
English: Live lesson on Zoom at 9.15. You may print the attached document for the lesson (do not worry if you can't print it- I will be sharing it on screen)
Maths: Divide fractions by integers (lesson 2). Watch the video lesson and complete the worksheet and/or pgs 54 & 55 of your workbook.
Assembly: Children's Mental Health week assembly attached.
Reading: Reading for pleasure or book 'journaling' see PowerPoint for examples!
Home Learning Thursday 4th February
English: Live lesson on Zoom at 9.15am.
Maths: Divide fractions by integers (lesson 1). Watch the video lesson and complete the worksheets. Answers will be available before noon.
Spanish: Watch the video lesson attached below.
Reading: Send in your audio recording if you haven't done one this week
Home Learning Wednesday 3rd February, 2021
English: Following the PowerPoint, complete the activities for today's lesson.
Maths: Multiply fractions by fractions. Watch the video lesson and complete the worksheets
P.E: Follow the P.E with Joe link or complete a Wednesday walk! Take part in our new challenge Go Parks! that was shared on the Seesaw page & on Twitter- go along to local parks, find the banner, scan the QR code and select St OSBURGS to win points for our school! Try the Memorial park, Lake View park, Hearsall Common and many others around the city. Check the twitter page for more information
Spellings: Follow the PowerPoint to learn the strategies in your spellings for this week. Complete the activities during the week to practise them.
Home Learning Tuesday 2nd February
English: live lesson on Zoom at 9.15am. After the lesson, write your first draft. Focus on English and maths today; do not worry if you don't get anything else done
Maths: Multiply fractions by integers. Complete the video lesson and worksheet.
Science: Who is George Washington Carver?
Well-Being: Choose some activities to complete from the list on the Express Yourself document.
Home Learning Monday 1st February
English: Live lesson at 9.15am. Worksheet attached for the lesson or you can write out the plan in your exercise book.
Maths: Mixed addition and subtraction of fractions. Watch the lesson video below and complete the worksheets and pg 53 of your workbook if you haven't already completed it. I will be posting extra fraction maths videos for you to watch/take part in if you are struggling with the concepts from last week or want more practise
Children's Mental Health Week: Oak Academy assembly will be posted after the English lesson. I am also going to share a Mindfulness session with you for you to take part in (the details for this have been sent via Seesaw). There will be a choice of activities uploaded to the class page for you to complete during the week.
Daily: Practise reading, spellings, times-tables using TTRockstars.
Home Learning Friday 29th January, 2021
English: live lesson at 9.15am
Maths: 2 sessions today. Adding fractions, and Subtracting fractions. Watch both videos and complete the worksheets or pages 52 & 53 of your workbook. Answers have now been uploaded, please mark your work and upload it to Seesaw.
Reading: Retrieval comprehension activity on pg 53 of your English workbook. Send in a recording of yourself reading your book please
I've shared a link below to the Winter-watch BBC lesson that was live yesterday that you may like to watch. It was made in partnership with the RSPB and is a chance to find out more about birds and local wildlife, and learn some key skills.
Home Learning Thursday 28th January
English: Live lesson on Zoom at 9.15am
Assembly: CAFOD assembly. The link is attached; this will be available for you to watch after our live lesson.
Maths: 10 minutes on the Daily 10 website as a warm up, you choose the activities. Arithmetic paper attached. Please mark your own paper and send your score via Seesaw
Home Learning Wednesday 27th January, 2021
English: Live lesson on Zoom at 9.15am
Maths: End of block assessment today. The assessment is attached below; please complete it this morning. I will post the answer sheet for marking at lunchtime. Please mark it, record your score in each section, and your final score please. Please upload clear pictures of your assessment to Seesaw along with your final score this afternoon . I have also uploaded some optional reasoning & problem solving questions for you to do to finish off the unit.
Science: Link to video lesson below- Who is Rachel Carson?
Please try to join in with the assembly link above for this week's assembly.
Home Learning Tuesday 26th January
English: Zoom lesson at 9.15am
Maths: Fractions to Decimals 2: watch the video lesson and complete the worksheet. Answer sheet has now been uploaded; please mark your work and submit it on Seesaw :)
Geography: Watch the lesson link below. What happens when a river floods?
Spellings: Follow the PowerPoint & complete the handwriting sheet, word-search, and the spelling practise sheet during the week.
Home Learning 25th January
English: Zoom lesson at 9.15am. I've also attached a short grammar video lesson. You may watch this & complete pgs 106 & 107 of your workbook.
Maths: Fractions to decimals: Lesson 1. Watch the lesson video and complete the worksheets. You may also complete pgs 56& 57 of the workbook if you haven't already done so. Answer sheet is attached for you to mark your work. Don't forget, the answers for your workbooks are in the back of the book for use only when you have completed the work!
P.E: Fun in the snow! or I will post PE with Joe after our live lesson.
Home Learning Friday 22nd January
English: Zoom lesson at 9.15am
Maths: Decimals as Fractions. Watch the video lesson below and complete the worksheets. Pg 56 & 57 of the workbook Decimal Fractions.
R.E: Lesson PowerPoint and task sheet attached below.
Reading: Comprehension activity on page 34 of your workbook- challenge 1 & 2 only.
Home Learning Thursday 21st January
English: Zoom live lesson at 9.15
Maths: Division to solve problems. Watch the video and complete the worksheet. Answers are now up for you to check your work.
Pg 44 & 45 of the workbook- spend no more than 30 minutes (any remaining questions can be completed on another day)
PSHE: Worksheet and information attached. If you've completed a PowerPoint or you are unable to upload this piece of work to Seesaw, you may email it to me on: firstname.lastname@example.org
Home Learning Wednesday 20th January
English: Zoom lesson at 9.15am; the link is on Seesaw
Maths: Divide decimals by integers. Follow the lesson video below and complete the worksheet. I will put the mark sheet up at lunch time. Please check and mark work before uploading to Seesaw. Answers are now uploaded.
Remember you have your Flashback 4s to do for practise, and daily practise of your spellings and reading please.
Geography: Why are Rivers important to people? Follow the lesson link below. Remember to keep all of your work as you will be doing a double page spread to end the topic
Home Learning Tuesday 19th January
English: Zoom lesson at 9.15
Maths: Today for maths, please complete the arithmetic paper below. I will post the answers at lunch time; please mark your paper and send me your score on Seesaw.
Spelling & Handwriting practice: Follow the lesson below and then use the handwriting sheet to practise your spellings and hand-writing. You will have a test on Monday
P.E. Follow the link for P.E. with Joe or your family daily exercise can count too.
As always keep up with your Times-tables Rockstars, Daily 10 and reading
The answers for the arithmetic paper are on the end of the paper- I didn't realise! So please mark your work and send in your results; no checking the answers when you are completing the paper!!
Home Learning 18th January
Good morning Year 6.
I'm looking forward to seeing many of you on our Zoom lesson today! Please look at the link to the Oak Academy Library below; each week a book will be available for you to read online.
English: Live lesson on Zoom at 9.15am (details have been sent via Seesaw- please check there for the login details)
Maths: Video for the lesson attached below. Multiplying decimals by integers. I have also uploaded a Flashback 4- you may use this to practise skills throughout the week. In school, we usually complete one slide a day. You can choose to answer them as you wish. I will upload the answers on Friday afternoon.
Science: Video lesson & task on Who is Alexander Graham Bell?
Spellings: New spellings for this week will be uploaded after our English lesson.
Home Learning 15th January
Thank you for all of the lovely reading audio clips today; we loved hearing them!
Today's lessons are maths, English, R.E.
Maths: Video and worksheet attached. Lesson is on dividing by 10,100,1000. Please use the answer sheet to mark your work before uploading it to Seesaw. You may also do pgs 36 & 37 of your maths workbook.
English: Live lesson with Mrs C. The Secret of Black Rock, Lesson 4. Pages 14 & 15 of your workbook on Suffixes.
R.E. I have assigned this lesson as an activity on Seesaw. I have uploaded the PowerPoint and worksheet on there- if there are any issues, do email me. You may complete the work on Seesaw, print your own sheet, or do your own work in your exercise book.
If you need an exercise book for home learning, they are available from the school office.
Spellings: Please practise your spellings ready for a test on Monday.
Times-tables: Spend 10-15 minutes on Times Tables Rock-stars.
Reading: Send in a recording of yourself reading your book- I don't mind which book you choose to read. Aim to send these in twice a week.
Home Learning 14th January
It's great to see all of the work that you are sending in via Seesaw. If you can't remember your login, email myself or Mr Jordan and we will send you your details. email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Today's lessons are maths, English, P.E., and handwriting. I would also like you to send in a voice recording of you reading your book once or twice a week and post it on Seesaw (just a couple of minutes or pages will be fine). There is a link to a tutorial below for you to try this. Mr Jordan & I will listen to you reading and comment back- we look forward to hearing your voices!
Please mark your work using the answer sheet before uploading it to Seesaw.
English: Live lesson with Mrs C: The Secret of the Black Dog, lesson 3
Maths: Video and worksheet attached. Multiplying by 10, 100, 1000
P.E.: Either the P.E. with Joe session attached or if you have a family walk/exercise planned, that can count too.
Handwriting: Please complete the sheet attached. Take your time to perfect your style.
Home Learning 13th January
Thank you for all of your efforts yesterday; here are today's home learning sessions. As always, please do as much of the work as you can, and ensure that you are practising your spellings, times tables, and reading daily.
Daily 10- times table practise for 15 minutes
White Rose session- 3 decimal places. Watch the video lesson and fill in the sheets or write your answers on paper. Answers are below- please check your work and make any corrections in a different coloured pen before uploading to Seesaw
Live with Mrs C: The Secret of Blackrock Lesson 2
What landforms do rivers create? (part 2) live lesson with Oak Academy- link is below. Please keep all of your work on Rivers as you will be asked to do a large piece of work to finish off this unit in a couple of weeks.
Non-fiction comprehension on Light. You will need the first 2 pages only (the 3rd page is the answers, only use this to mark your work at the end- no cheating!) Write your answers out on paper. If you don't understand the meaning of some of the vocabulary, you may use a dictionary/the internet to find out the meanings.
Home Learning 12th January
English is a live lesson with Mrs C- please follow the link below. You will need paper and a pen/pencil. Get your page ready for Thinking side & Writing side. (If anyone needs an exercise book, they are available for you to collect from the school office). These lessons were recorded live on You Tube but we are following them a day behind so you can start first thing.
Spellings for this week Follow the powerpoint and complete the word-searches to help you to learn your spellings. You should also copy them out to practise and put the words in sentences checking that you're using them accurately.
Maths please follow the link for the White Rose Maths session (Understand thousandths). You may complete the work on the sheet or on paper. Some of you have been editing the pdf which is fine too.
I will put the answer sheet up this afternoon for you to mark your work before submitting it to Seesaw. Please now mark your work and write any corrections in using a different coloured pencil/pen.
Science Follow the link below for our new science unit: Notable Scientists. We begin this half-term's unit on Katherine Johnson. You may have science books which mention these scientists or you do some extra research research online to broaden your knowledge. I know that we have some books on the classroom on these scientists which I will get ready for your return!
Home Learning 11.01.2021
Home Learning 08.01.2021
White rose maths: Reflections - Watch the vimeo above and complete the activities on the worksheet.
Big write: Use the following story starter and the image above to write your own short story.
Story starter - He pushed his hand into the carved hand-print on the rock, there was a rumble from beneath his feet and then it opened. Dare he go inside?
What landforms do rivers create? (Part 1) - Click the link above and complete the activities.
Home Learning - 07.01.2021
Maths: Translations - Watch the above vimeo and complete the questions on the worksheet.
Geography: How do rivers shape the land? Follow the link above and complete the activities.
Remember to share your work on seesaw.
Home Learning - 06.01.2020
Maths: Geometry - Four Quadrants. Watch the above video and complete the worksheet.
English - Workbook
Science - Where are the world's rivers? - https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/where-are-the-worlds-rivers-6dh32d
Follow and complete the activities on the link above.
Send in examples of your finished work to seesaw for feedback.
Good morning Year 6, and welcome back to Remote Learning for the next few weeks. We hope that you have had relaxing Christmas breaks.
This week, we will be posting lessons on the Class Page each day- some are video lessons. Next week, live lessons will commence and you will be sent the links via Seesaw. If you do not have your Seesaw code, please email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please send your completed work in via Seesaw. Try to complete the lessons but please do worry if you can't do everything- we know there is a lot going on right now for everyone.
Maths- Our unit this week will be Geometry: Position & Direction. Video lesson attached below
PE- for PE today, log on to the new sessions from Joe Wicks on his YouTube channel, or a family walk in the crisp sunshine is equally as good!
Home Learning 14.12.20
English: Using the powerpoint to help you, retell the story of A Christmas Carol from the perspective of one of the ghosts. Use the ghost that you chose last week in your planning. Send in work via Seesaw.
R.E: Create your own Bambinelli. In school, we are using clay but you may choose to draw/paint or make one from whatever materials you have at home.
Science: Complete the lesson attached below.
Tuesday 8th December
Maths: Complete the arithmetic paper attached. The answer booklet will be posted after school for you to mark.
P.E: Complete an online PE with Joe session of your choice.
English: Write a descriptive story opener. See PowerPoint. Complete pages 82 & 83 of your English workbook on Proofreading.
Tuesday 1st December
English: Complete the VIPERS reading questions in your exercise books.
Maths: Watch the video below and complete sheet.
Monday 30th November
English: Thank you to those who came to the Zoom lesson. If you didn't make it, please look at the last 2 slides of the PowerPoint attached and edit and write up your chapter. This needs to be sent to me by 3.30pm tomorrow. It may be either handwritten in your exercise book or typed on Word (please take off your spell check). I've attached 2 word banks to support you.
Maths: Watch the video attached and complete the worksheets.
Science- Complete the lesson linked below.
Friday 27th November
English: Write the last section of your story. Complete pages 102 & 103 of your workbook on commas.
Maths: Watch the video and complete the worksheets and pages 58 & 59 of the workbook (if you didn't do them yesterday).
P.E. Wake up with Joe.
Thursday 26th November
English: Write the middle section of your story - at least 2 paragraphs.
Maths: Watch the video. Complete the worksheets and/or pages 58 & 59 of your workbook.
Geography: Rivers. Follow the link below for the lesson.
Wednesday 25th November
English: using the last 2 slides of the PowerPoint and your plan, write the first section of your suspense story. Below are some vocabulary sheets that will help you. This should take at least 30 minutes.
Maths: Watch the video and complete the work sheets. This can either be done by printing and working on the sheet, writing the answers in your exercise book or by completing the worksheet online.
10 minutes of Timestables Rockstars too please!
R.E. Find out the hierarchy of the Catholic Church. Research one of the significant individuals of Coventry: Bishop Ullathorne, Cardinal Newman or Cardinal Wiseman.
Tuesday 24th November
Thank you for attending our Zoom English session today. Please complete your plan and submit work via Seesaw. Your plan must have 3 sections and can be in bullet points. PowerPoint with my plan is attached. I have also attached the planning sheet.
Maths: Complete the arithmetic paper. I will upload the answers later on. Please mark it and work out your score. You don't need to send in copies of your paper but please send your score via Seesaw.
P.E. Wake up with Joe session.
Home Learning Monday 23rd November
Good morning children. Home learning today will be maths (1 hour), English (1 hour 20), and Science. Please upload all completed work to Seesaw each day. If you are struggling to access, let me know via school. Everyone took home their log in and it should be simple to use- fingers crossed!
Maths: Watch the lesson below on equivalent fractions and complete the worksheets. If you can't print/access the worksheets, complete pages 48 & 49 of your workbook. (some of you may choose to do both for practise).
English: Follow the instructions on the PowerPoint- use the exercise book that you took home to complete your writing in. Remember - best handwriting and check your spellings! For SPaG, complete pages 44 & 45 of your workbooks.
Science: Check back for this, this afternoon.
Tuesday 17th November
Maths: Have a go at the questions on the arithmetic paper ( I will post the answers this afternoon)
English: Pages 32 & 33- Types of poetry and literary devices.
P.E: Wake Up with Joe- follow the link below.
Monday 16th November
Maths: Watch the video below & complete pages 46 & 47 of your workbook.
English: Pages 30 & 31 of your workbook. Home reading book for 20 minutes at least.
Please email pictures of completed work at the end of each day.
Friday 13th November 2020
Maths: Watch the video and complete pages 20 & 21 of your workbook. You may also complete the sheet below if you wish.
Home Learning 12.11.2020
Maths: Watch the video below and complete pages 34 & 35 of your maths workbook.
Log into Times tables Rockstars- it's the second last day of the competition!
English: Complete pages 28 & 29 of your English book on reading comprehension. Read your own book for at least 20 minutes.
Home Learning 11.11.2020
Please watch the Remembrance Day assembly by Year 3 on the Year 3 class page.
Maths: Watch the video below and complete the sheet (if you can't print it, write your answers on paper)
English: Reading- complete pages 26 & 27 of your workbook.
P.E. Complete one of the P.E. with Joe videos for your P.E. lesson.
Spellings: Practise the spellings attached for a test next week.
Maths: Watch the video and complete the sheet attached.
English: Reading- pages 24 & 25 of your English workbook.
Handwriting: Copy the poem Firework Night by Enid Blyton
Maths: Watch the video attached and complete pages 32 & 33 of your workbook.
English: Complete pages 12 & 13 of your workbook on Prefixes. Plus 20 minutes of reading at least.
R.E: Complete one of the lessons in the Home Learning document above.
Maths: Watch the video on long division.
Complete pages 40 & 41 of the workbook.
Write a sentence using your 3 chosen 'dis' words.
Some distrusted the emporium; some disbelieved the stories about it; some disagreed whether to enter or not.
Gather a bank of synonyms for a 'memory'.
Gather positive and negative adjectives for the emporium. Use these banks to write a short paragraph about the emporium.
Geography: Research David Attenborough or watch one of his documentaries on saving the planet.
Maths: Either complete the sheet that is attached or complete page 40 of the workbook, challenge 1& 2.
MATHS for today.
Please watch the video link and complete the worksheets. If you can't print the worksheets, write the calculations onto paper. :)
Homework for Year 6 will go home on a Tuesday and should be returned on the following Monday. Children will take home a maths sheet to practise the skills that we have been learning that week. They are also expected to read independently (once/twice a week to an adult), and they have a login to Timestables Rockstars where they can practise their times-tables daily. From next week, they will also bring home a reading comprehension to complete. Spelling tests are usually on a Friday- the spellings will be sent home on a Tuesday after we have learnt them in school.
R.E. & Theme Home Learning
This is a copy of what has been sent with your child in their pack. Please complete one activity on Theme and one for R.E. for each week that your child is isolating at home. If your child is in school, they do not need to complete any of these.
Friday 25th September
Maths and English work for today is below.
This afternoon is our P.E. session; complete a Joe Wickes online session.
Thursday 24th September
Watch the video, complete the sheet or page 23 of the workbook.
Wednesday 23rd September
Complete the maths video and page 22 of the work-book. I have also attached the worksheet to use.
For English today, please complete the following activity and send in your letter by Friday.
Dear Mrs McDevitt and Year 6,
I am really hoping you will be able to help me?
Since we returned to school a few weeks ago I have noticed there are a few things that need improving around school but I don’t really know where to start!
Last week I had a chat with your class about applying for the roles of Head Boy and Head Girl as well as School Council and the responsibilities involved… I’m hoping they are ready and willing to apply as I could really do with their help and I’m in desperate need of some fresh ideas J.
I look forward to reading through the applications and along with yourself, Mr Jordan and Mrs Rynott, can’t wait to pick our ‘dream team’ of proactive, thoughtful and fun to be around candidates.
Good luck everybody – remember you all have amazing qualities to offer so make your application stand out!
Tuesday 22nd September, 2020
Please complete today's English lesson with Mrs C.
Monday 21st September
The maths lesson on negative numbers is below along with the worksheet. You may print the worksheet out if you are able to or complete the work on paper. Also complete pages 14 & 15 of the work book.
The English lesson will appear here after lunch!
Friday 18th September
Today's lessons are P.E and English. For P.E complete one of Joe Wicks' lesson you tube. I will include a link below.
Our English lesson is number 3 from Mrs C; please send your writing to me as I will be sharing some of them with Mrs C.
Thursday 16th September
Learning for today. Have a go at following the Mrs C live lesson for English. Chot your notes, and write your sentences (any paper will do). Beware- some biscuits may be eaten during the course of this lesson!
Wednesday 16th September
Maths: Please watch the new video below on rounding.
English: Please watch and take part in the Mrs C Live Lessons below that we are following in class. You will need paper and a pen/pencil.
Tuesday 15th September, 2020
Please watch the video below on rounding. Complete pg 16, challenge 1 of your maths book.
Complete pg 6 of your English workbook.
Home Learning Friday 11th & Monday 14th September:
Please complete pages 12 & 13, challenges 1-3 in your Maths workbook. There is also a video below to watch.
Complete pages 4 & 5 of the English workbook.
Read for at least 20 minutes per day. If you finish your reading book, write a book review for the class library.
Well done on finishing this text! I hope that you enjoyed the story. I was surprised by the twist at the end. I have attached some reading and writing activities on these last chapters for you to complete by Monday 29th June.
Enjoy the sunny weather this week, and we look froward to welcoming some of you back to school next week.
*The Boy at the Back of the Class*
Well done to everyone who has been reading the book and completing the work- it's been great to see.
Please finish the book over the weekend and I will put the last pieces of work up on Monday.
Have a lovely weekend.
Please read chapters 21-23 by Friday. Check back for more related work on Friday
Please read chapters 16-20 over the weekend and I will post activities on Monday
I hope that you are enjoying the sun and have been reading our class text. The new activities are above for you to try. I am loving this book and will definitely be looking at other books from this author, Onjali Q. Rauf.
Remember to keep practising your maths work too by using the TimesTables Rockstars page and trying out some of the Oak Academy maths lessons. I will re-post the link.
As it is half-term this week, I won't set any activities for you to complete!
During the course of the week, read chapters 9-15 of the book and I will put the activities online on Monday June 1st.
Have a lovely week
Please complete the reading questions and writing activities by Friday and email them into school On Friday, I will put up the new chapters to read.
If you would like to complete some Maths questions, I recommend looking at the Oak Academy Gov lessons on the links below; they cover a variety of maths topics for Year 6.
I hope you have enjoyed the chapters so far! I loved meeting the characters, Tom, Josie, Michael and Ahmet! I found it hard to work out the narrators name? I thought it was lovely how he thought about the feelings of the new boy, Ahmet, and winked at him! Jennie doesn't sound too kind though! And what does seclusion mean? Where do you think that Ahmet goes?
I've attached the quiz and the writing activities- have a go at them and email pictures or documents of your work to me by Friday :)
On Friday, I will put up the new chapters for you to read.
Happy reading & writing.
Welcome to our class read for the Summer Term!
Some of you already have either collected or had delivered your own copy of the book- these are for you to keep!
Once you have got your book, read chapters 1-3 by Tuesday. Check back in on this page and there will be a little quiz to answer on the chapters and a writing activity for you to try .
If you don't have your book, it may be delivered this weekend. If it isn't, please collect from the school office on Monday. Any problems with this, let the office know on Monday.
I will be reading the same chapters as you! I'm looking forward to finding out, who this boy is, does he have friends, why is he at the back of the class?
Websites to keep you moving and to keep fit.
To keep yourself active while in the house, you can always try 'Cosmic Yoga'.
You can also try '5 Minute Move' with The Body Coach.
BBC Super Movers
Home Learning Websites
Times Tables Rock Stars. You should all have your login to 'TTRockstars'. Times Tables will be set for you to practice.
Top Marks has lots of Maths challenge games for you play on.
Daily 10 is what you are all familiar with.
Free Twinkl Login Code: PARENTSTWINKLHELPS
Classroom Secrets Home Learning Packs
Once Upon a Picture Writing Inspiration