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Year 6

Bug boxes!

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Up periscopes!

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Home learning.

 

Details of how children and parents can get access to the home school learning platform was sent home on Friday with the children.  Children and there parents who were not in are being contacted on Monday. if they have not been already.

 

School will be answering phone calls and emails on Monday.  If you have any problems please contact us then.

Homework 11-3-20

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SPaG 64 65

Maths 66 67

Puppet making and science investigation work

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Homework

SPaG 66 &67

Maths 50

Homework

Maths 76 & 77

SPaG  revise the sections for the questions you usually make mistakes with. 

This term, we will be playing tennis outside for PE.  This will mean that we may have PE on Tuesday, Wednesday or Friday depending on the weather and other classes using the space.

 

We will also be carrying on with our alternating forest school sessions with Kandinsky staring off on the 28th February.

 

Our next round of PIXL tests are next week so that we can update you with your child's progress at parents evening.

This web page has been very popular with the class using the new interactive whiteboard.  Lots of practise of triples and doubles.  Great with a mouse too, with the wobble set high. https://primarygames.co.uk/501darts/501dartsres.html 

Suggested kit list for residential. We should be taking part in watersports and swimming activities

Homework

Maths 51,52

SPaG 44,45

I am sure people are starting to think about the forthcoming residential.  We do not have a confirmed programme, but are expecting to take part in watersports, climbing other outdoor activities activities throughout the week.  Children will not need specialist clothing, but waterproof coats, a couple of pairs of old trainers, warm layers and plenty of socks will be on my packing list.  When the information comes through confirming the activities, I will update you all.  If there are any question, please feel free to come and see me.  Thank you.  Mr Smart  

Homework 5/2/20

SPaG 24,25

Maths 14

Homework 29-1-20

Maths percentages 34 & 35

SPaG  verb tenses 19 & 21 

Kandinsky's Roman Doctor Experience Morning

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Times tables are still an important area of work for our year six children.  It can be a limiting factor to their progress through their maths work.  Instant, correct, recall of facts is so important.  Please encourage your children to log on weekly.

Homework 02-1-20

 

Homework has been set on educationcity for both classes.  It is named as 20-1-20 and is a comprehensive coverage of coordinates for Y6. educationcity usernames and passwords are on the children's reading journals.

Interventions

 

The children in year 6 could be working with various adults from school over the next few months both in class and in other spaces.  This could be for SEN, helping children to achieve, confidence building or mentoring.  If you wish to know more please see your child's teacher.

The WAGOLL and the map for our English work on non-chronological reports

Homework 8.1.20 

SPAG: Pages 48 and 49

Maths: 66 & 67

Spring Term 1

 

Year Six will be taking part in Forest School on a Friday afternoon.  They will be alternating weeks between the classes with Kandinsky starting off the fun on the 10th January.  Please send the children with the correct kit.

 

Timetable

10/1/20 Kandinsky

17/1/20 Shakespeare

24/1/20 Kandinsky

31/1/20 Shakespeare

7/2/20 Kandinsky

14/2/20 Shakespeare

Next Term's Wider Curriculum Overview

It’s time to suspend your disbelief and open your mind. We’re going on a magical journey to Alchemy Island! Slight of hand, or a trick of light?  Or was is a flick of the wrist and a whispered charm that set things in motion? And while we’re talking magic, let’s master the ancient art of alchemy - science or medicine? How would you like to be cured? Discover the grotesque, or down-right bizarre, medical marvels. But hold your nose - you don’t want the bad air making you sick. And if you smell a rat, my friend – get out of there!

Two quick updates:

 

Year 6 children need to be in school for 8:00am on Friday 6th December for the museum trip. Please remember packed lunches and snacks.  We are expecting to be back between 3:30 and 4pm.  If we are going to be late we will update via text or our socials.

 

Maths work has been posted on to the EducationCity website.  Details of Kandinsky's logins have been sent home, Shakespeare's to follow.

 

Any problems please let me know.

Homework 27.11.19

SPaG p. 42 &43

Maths p.20 & 21

The text we are learning. This includes the story map and the text we have been learning (a WAGOLL - What a good one looks like)

Kandinsky's WW2 Propaganda Posters

20.11.19

 

Homework 

GPS 16,17

Maths 18,19

Homework 6.11.19

 

GPS 38,39

Maths 16,17

War and Peace is this term's topic.

A siren sounds, a building crumbles, a Spitfire zooms overhead. Take cover! It’s 1939 and Britain is at war. Deep down in the Anderson shelter, learn why nations are fighting and why child evacuees must make the long journey from their homes and families into unknown territory. Read the Rose Blanche, written about a child's experiences in war-torn Germany, and try to empathise with her dilemmas and fears. Delve deep into a bygone era, when loose lips sank ships. And, as peace is declared, let’s get ready to celebrate. Mr Churchill says ‘It’s an unconditional surrender!’

 

SPaG 14-15

Maths 12-13

Superb invasion game skills

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We have been working on a game, which includes all of our favourite features of invasion games, to improve our ball skills. Have a look at the speed and accuracy of passing.

Homework 16/10/19 SPaG 12,13 Maths page 15

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Homework for 9/10/19 Maths 10-11 SPaG 6-7

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The Reading Text for the PIXL paper September 2019

Frozen Kingdoms: Arctic and Antarctic Information Posters

Multiplication 4 x 2 Digits Methods

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Some of Kandinsky's Displays

Homework Images

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Homework for this week is the following:

SPaG pages 8 and 9

Maths page 9

Could these please be back in school on Monday.  

Thank you.

Reading Journals

The teaching staff will be checking the reading journals weekly to monitor the reading of the children.  Please feel free to write comments to us, if you feel the need, but do not feel that you have to as time is precious.

Homework

 

Maths page 8

 

English page 56

 

We've been learning about the geography of the polar regions in the first few weeks of term.  Check out this fantastic non-chronological report about the Antarctic that communicates the children's own research!

 

 

 

 

Homework

 

Maths page 7.

 

English page 88.

Homework

 

Homework will be set every week on Wednesdays and is due in the following Monday.  We will be marking it as a whole class together.  The homework will always be closely related to the concepts we have studied the previous week, so will be a good chance to revise and for children to explain to their grown ups what they have been learning!

 

This week it is:

 

Maths p.6

English p.82 + 83

 

Next week, year 6 pupils will be taking part in PIXL testing.  There will a reading test, a grammar test, a spelling test and three mathematics tests spread throughout the week. These are intended to highlight areas of weakness or gap in the children's learning so that we can fill those gaps and prepare them for the SAT tests in the summer.  We will be reporting back to parents once the data has been returned which is expected during the first week of October. 

If you have any questions about them, please ask the class teacher or Mr Badger. Thank you for your co-operation.

This term we will be covering a topic based on the Frozen Kingdom.

Welcome to the planet’s coldest lands. Vast wilds and hostile territories – incredibly beautiful, yet often deadly. Take shelter from the elements or fall prey to icy winds and the deepest chill. Be alert, for magnificent mammals roam these lands, sometimes hungry or fresh for a fight. Perhaps a hungry polar bear or an Arctic fox is hunting rodents, as swift as the wind! Research facts of climate, temperature, habitats and ecosystems, and follow in Shackleton’s footsteps as we ‘Endeavour’ to explore this treacherous landscape.


 
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