We hope you have had a lovely half term break and managed to enjoy the sunshine.
Please find work for the week of the 1st June. If our child is returning to school this week, please only complete the work on the days they are not in school. The lessons run in a sequence and will be the same lessons that the teachers will deliver in school. It would be very helpful to do the wok either leading up to or after the school taught lessons. Live Lessons will continue on Tuesday's and Wednesdays via the Facebook page.
Good Morning. Please find work for next week on this page. We have provided a suggested sequence for learning but please fit the activities in where you can. If you would like to share your work please use the year six email address posted last week.
We hope you are all safe and well and enjoying some sunshine.
Mrs Brock and Miss Tylor.
Good afternoon all,
We have posted the work for next week so that you can enjoy your day off tomorrow!
From this week, there will be the option to email work your children have done if you are not keen to share the work on the facebook page. It is lovely however for the children to see what each other are doing and to see their happy faces. Please be aware that the email is simply to send work and not for welfare issues. these must be directed to the support email which you should have had this week.
The email is email@example.com
Have a happy and healthy bank holiday🤩
All resources can be found on this page. Please remember that with the Maths, choose an activity from the work. You do not need to do all of them. Worksheets with an A are slightly easier moving to C which is the most challenging. There will often be another activity if you fancied something else to do as well. YouTube has some wonderful videos if you are losing your way but always remember to put your year group as you may end up with a very complicated version!
Friday would have been a non-pupil day as it is VE day celebration day. It is up to you ( and your parents!) whether you continue to work that day or not! I have uploaded some suggestion for what you could do to celebrate with your family.
Have a lovely weekend, fingers crossed the sun comes out. 😀😀
I have uploaded a plan for next week as well as suggested resources.
Good morning everyone. Last day of the Spring term!! Woo Hoo!! So Easter Holidays start from Monday and as I said I will not be setting formal work for the children to do. Try and think of it like a holiday and do what you might have done...without the travel! We have been asked to post a letter each Friday (not Easter holidays) to you and the children. Please see attached. Have a restful Easter...🐰🐤🐣
A Facebook page has been set up for Year 6 Home Learning to have access to live lessons and 'help' videos. Please make sure you take a look if you are on Facebook. I will duplicate as much as possible on this page also to keep you busy.
Please keep safe
Home learning for potential school closures.
We have been asked to prepare for Schools to close and to provide you with home learning that the children can do. This is obviously optional but I would like the children to continue learning for as long as possible. I have already spoken to the children about this and will set out below suggestions to keep their learning ticking over:
There are also Websites which are specifically aimed at supporting families whilst this 'lockdown' happens. Twinkl are offering a free month of resources. Google Twinkl and follow the steps to claiming your free month. You can find thousands of resources on here including Maths and English papers although we are not yet sure about the future of SATs.
Discovery Education is also an excellent tool to use.
If you wanted to have work books, Amazon do a great range of CGP Maths and English year 6 books.
We sincerely hope that everyone remains healthy and that things return to normal as soon as possible.
Mrs Brock and Mrs Benefield
Welcome back to the Spring term. The main topic for this term is based on The Vikings. Thank you for the wonderful projects that they children have completed over Christmas. They look fabulous in the classroom. This term’s topic web is attached for your information.
This term we will be working hard towards the SATs in May. Some people have asked me for some further guidance or practise so I shall post links to practise papers on here. Please remember that we prepare the children well for these tests and try not to put too much pressure on them.
A few notices...
Christmas Production: Can all children be back by 6pm for the evening performances. We will be taking photographs which will be available on the Year 6 class pages.
Christmas party: 16th December. Marconi and Scott please bring in something sweet for our party food and Armstrong and Churchill something savoury.
Homework: from this week we will be sending home project homework for our next topic: The Vikings. There will be no English or Maths set so instead we are giving the children an opportunity to get started on their project before the Christmas holidays! Please can we have homework in the first week back after Christmas.
Natural History Museum
We had a wonderful time at the Natural History Museum visiting all of the different areas and exhibits. We took part in a really interesting activity all about classification where some of us joined in! Take a look at the pictures to see what we did.
I hope you have all had a wonderful summer and are rested and ready for the Autumn term. I am looking forward to the year ahead and seeing all of your 'Extreme Earth' projects!
Here are a few notes to help you settle in...
PE lessons with Mr Radley will be on a Thursday Morning so remember your full outdoor PE kit. This will start from the second week.
See you all tomorrow!