Denton West End Primary School

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Balmoral Drive, Manchester, Lancashire, M34 2JX

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Year 6

Welcome to Year 6

Meet the Year 6 staff

Mrs Ashton

Mrs Sutlow

Y6 Teacher

KS2 Leader of Learning

Y6 Teacher

Assistant Head

Hello Y6,

Hope you are well. As you may know, we would like to create a leaver's DVD as a memento of your time at DWE. For this, we would like you to record a message which includes your answers to the following questions:

  1. What is your most memorable moment from your time at DWE?
  2. What are your ambitions for the future?
  3. Please give a kind message for the rest of the children in Y6.

As this will be a permanent reminder for you and your friends, we would like you to take your time over this. You should write a script which contains detailed answers and full sentences. You need to learn this off by heart and speak confidently to the camera. Record this in landscape.

Please send you recording to y6leavers@dweschool.org by Wednesday 15th July.

We look forward to watching your recordings!

Mrs Sutlow and Mrs Ashton

 

Home Learning

Monday 6th July

Spelling

As you will have completed the grammar, punctuation and spelling revision guides, we would like you to learn the Y5/6 spellings below and choose a different strategy each day to learn them.

  1. criticise
  2. curiosity
  3. definite
  4. desperate
  5. determined
  6. develop
  7. dictionary
  8. disastrous
  9. embarrass
  10. environment

We would also like you to complete the Y5/6 spelling crossword.

 

English and Maths

Continue using the BBC Bitesize website for English and Maths. You will need to click on the ‘Daily Lessons’ and complete the activities set. 

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/tags/zncsscw/year-6-lessons/1

 

English – Alma

Watch the video through the link below. Answer the questions on the PowerPoint and have a go at writing your own ‘Alma’ story.

https://www.literacyshed.com/alma.html

 

Art

Look at the Roy Lichtenstein PowerPoint and create your own pop art!

 

Remember to send in your work or messages to homelearning@dweschool.org !

500 Words: Black Lives Matter

500 Words is the world’s largest story-writing competition for children. Over a million stories have been submitted since 2011, in response to everything from technology to climate change. Now, we want to bring children’s voices onto the themes and issues emerging from the Black Lives Matter movement. We want children to lead on the process of writing their story.

From 6:30am on Monday 29th June until Friday 3rd July at 11.59pm 2020, we invite children aged between 5 and 13 to respond in whatever way they wish in no more than 500 words, in the form of a story.

The narratives we write and share matter. We ask children to draw on their own experiences and feelings to create a story that can be as imaginative and visionary as they want. Storytelling is a must!

For more information and to enter, click on the link below:

https://500words.me/ 

Times Tables Rock Stars

A big well done again to all those who took part in the battle. 

 

The top high scorers from 6A were:

Isabelle

Freyah-Mae

Daisy

 

The top high scorers from 6S were:

Emily

Archie

Jacob

Home Learning

Monday 29th June

Date set

Date to be completed

Maths ‘Revision’ pages

Maths ‘Question’ pages

 

Reading ‘Revision’ pages

Reading ‘Question’  pages

Grammar, punctuation and spelling ‘Revision’ pages

Grammar, punctuation and spelling ‘Question’  pages

28.02.20

6.03.20

23-25

20-22

28-31

34-35

18-21

13-14

6.03.20

13.03.20

52-55

47-48

8-11

20-21

48-51

32-33

13.03.20

20.03.20

40-41

37-38

24-27

52-55

64-65

47

20.03.20

27.03.20

46-49

43-44

42-46

14-15

34-38

23-25

23.03.20

30.03.20

8-13

6-10

12-19

6-13

8-13

6-11

31.03.20

7.04.20

14-19

11-16

20-27

16-19

14-19

11-13

20.04.20

27.04.20

50-51

20-22

45-46

17-19

28-31

22-27

40-43

56

28-29

38

27.04.20

4.05.20

23-26

20-23

32-35

28-33

22-27

15-17

04.05.20

11.05.20

27-31

24-28

36-41

36-43

28-33

18-22

11.05.20

18.05.20

32-35

29-32

47-50

44-49

44-49

30-32

18.05.20

25.05.20

36-39

33-36

51-54

50-51

52-55

34-37

8.06.20

15.06.20

42-45

39-42

55-58

See set reading comprehensions

57-60

40-43

15.06.20

22.06.20

56-59

49-52

See set reading comprehensions

66-67

48-49

22.06.20

29.06.20

60-63

53-56

See set reading comprehensions

Spelling practice

See spelling list, strategies and worksheets

29.06.20

6.07.20

64-68

See area word problems sheets

See set reading comprehensions

Spelling practice

See spelling list, strategies and worksheets

 

 

Spelling

As you will have completed the grammar, punctuation and spelling revision guides, we would like you to learn the Y5/6 spellings below and choose a different strategy each day to learn them.

  1. category
  2. cemetery
  3. committee
  4. communicate
  5. community
  6. competition
  7. conscience
  8. conscious
  9. convenience
  10. correspond

 

We would also like you to read through each of Mr. Whoop’s passages where he has accidentally spelt thirteen of the Y5/Y6 statutory spelling words incorrectly. You need to highlight the words you believe to be errors and provide the correct spellings at the bottom of the activity sheet.

 

English and Maths

Continue using the BBC Bitesize website for English and Maths. You will need to click on the ‘Daily Lessons’ and complete the activities set. 

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/tags/zncsscw/year-6-lessons/1

 

Times Tables Rockstars

Well done again to all those who took part in last week's battle! Who will win this week's battle - 6A or 6S?!

 

Computing

We would like you to follow the link below and select the ‘Hand Jive Sequence’ activity lesson.

https://www.barefootcomputing.org/homelearning?mc_cid=b8b438bf50&mc_eid=5bd90d068b

In this activity, you will create hand clapping, hand tutting or hand jive sequences of movements.

Using a sequence of hand jives, you will break down actions into smaller parts - just as problems are broken down to create computer programs like video games.

 

Mental Wellbeing

Last week, The Duchess of Cambridge hosted an assembly with primary school students. During her talk, the Duchess spoke about how important it is to be kind to one another, particularly when we are going through a difficult time.

 

You can watch the assembly by following the link below:

https://classroom.thenational.academy/assemblies/kindness

 

Wright Robinson

Wright Robinson just wanted to make you aware of the transition page on their website which includes, and will be updated with, any relevant information and resources.  Some resources we hope you will find helpful now are listed below:

-        Year 6 FAQ – this covers all of the information we would have delivered during a school visit along with some of the questions prospective students frequently ask 

-        Year 6 Spanish Challenge – a series of tasks set by the Spanish department that can be used in class or at home by individual pupils

-        Wright Robinson Around the World – a PE challenge with accompanying video aimed at Year 6

 

Parent and Carer handbook, uniform and bus details are also included.  Everything is accessible on this page: https://wrightrobinson.co.uk/transition/

 

 

Remember to send in your work or messages to homelearning@dweschool.org !

 Home Learning

Monday 22nd June

 

Date set

Date to be completed

Maths ‘Revision’ pages

Maths ‘Question’ pages

 

Reading ‘Revision’ pages

Reading ‘Question’  pages

Grammar, punctuation and spelling ‘Revision’ pages

Grammar, punctuation and spelling ‘Question’  pages

28.02.20

6.03.20

23-25

20-22

28-31

34-35

18-21

13-14

6.03.20

13.03.20

52-55

47-48

8-11

20-21

48-51

32-33

13.03.20

20.03.20

40-41

37-38

24-27

52-55

64-65

47

20.03.20

27.03.20

46-49

43-44

42-46

14-15

34-38

23-25

23.03.20

30.03.20

8-13

6-10

12-19

6-13

8-13

6-11

31.03.20

7.04.20

14-19

11-16

20-27

16-19

14-19

11-13

20.04.20

27.04.20

50-51

20-22

45-46

17-19

28-31

22-27

40-43

56

28-29

38

27.04.20

4.05.20

23-26

20-23

32-35

28-33

22-27

15-17

04.05.20

11.05.20

27-31

24-28

36-41

36-43

28-33

18-22

11.05.20

18.05.20

32-35

29-32

47-50

44-49

44-49

30-32

18.05.20

25.05.20

36-39

33-36

51-54

50-51

52-55

34-37

8.06.20

15.06.20

42-45

39-42

55-58

See set reading comprehensions

57-60

40-43

15.06.20

22.06.20

56-59

49-52

See set reading comprehensions

66-67

48-49

22.06.20

29.06.20

60-63

53-56

See set reading comprehension - Anne Frank

Spelling practice

See spelling list, strategies and worksheets

Spelling

As you will have completed the grammar, punctuation and spelling revision guides, we would like you to concentrate on the spellings below and choose a different strategy each day to learn them. The ‘Spelling Challenge Cards’ will provide ideas for learning your spellings.

We would also like you to complete ible/able and ibly/ably worksheets – choose the level that challenges you the most!

  1. noticeable
  2. enjoyable
  3. comfortable
  4. dependable
  5. horrible
  6. sensible
  7. adorably
  8. understandably
  9. terribly
  10. possibly

 

English and Maths

Continue using the BBC Bitesize website for English and Maths. You will need to click on the ‘Daily Lessons’ and complete the activities set. 

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/tags/zncsscw/year-6-lessons/1

 

‘Tour of Tameside’

Last year The Running Bee Foundation and Tameside School Sport Partnership had 7000 school children put on their running shoes and get active for the Dr Ron Hill 7 Mile Challenge! This year, it has been postponed but we would love you to still get involved with the 7 mile challenge! So put on your running shoes and guide Mo the Bee around the map of Tameside to the finish line. After every mile you complete, whether you chose to run, walk 2500 steps or jog for 20 minutes for each, move your Mo the Bee to the next location, until you reach the 7th stage! Share your progress with us and/or send a picture or video on how you are completing your miles to info@runningbeefoundation.co.uk.

For more information about the challenge, follow the link below:

https://www.runningbeefoundation.co.uk/the-dr-ron-hill-7-mile-challenge/

 

First Aid

What could be more empowering than learning vital first aid skills during this time at home? First Aid Champions is packed full of learning activities for 5 to 18 year olds. From films and photos to role plays and quizzes, there’s something for everyone.

https://firstaidchampions.redcross.org.uk/primary/guidance-and-support/home-learning-pathway/

 

Remember to keep emailing us at homelearning@dweschool.org - we love receiving messages and photographs from you!

 Home Learning

Monday 15th June

Revision Homework Timetable

Date set

Date to be completed

Maths ‘Revision’ pages

Maths ‘Question’ pages

 

Reading ‘Revision’ pages

Reading ‘Question’  pages

Grammar, punctuation and spelling ‘Revision’ pages

Grammar, punctuation and spelling ‘Question’  pages

28.02.20

6.03.20

23-25

20-22

28-31

34-35

18-21

13-14

6.03.20

13.03.20

52-55

47-48

8-11

20-21

48-51

32-33

13.03.20

20.03.20

40-41

37-38

24-27

52-55

64-65

47

20.03.20

27.03.20

46-49

43-44

42-46

14-15

34-38

23-25

23.03.20

30.03.20

8-13

6-10

12-19

6-13

8-13

6-11

31.03.20

7.04.20

14-19

11-16

20-27

16-19

14-19

11-13

20.04.20

27.04.20

50-51

20-22

45-46

17-19

28-31

22-27

40-43

56

28-29

38

27.04.20

4.05.20

23-26

20-23

32-35

28-33

22-27

15-17

04.05.20

11.05.20

27-31

24-28

36-41

36-43

28-33

18-22

11.05.20

18.05.20

32-35

29-32

47-50

44-49

44-49

30-32

18.05.20

25.05.20

36-39

33-36

51-54

50-51

52-55

34-37

8.06.20

15.06.20

42-45

39-42

55-58

See set reading comprehensions

57-60

40-43

15.06.20

22.06.20

56-59

49-52

See set reading comprehension - Matilda

66-67

48-49

 

Spelling

Learn the spellings below and ask a grown up to test you at the end of the week. If you are unsure of the meanings, remember to look the word up in a dictionary.

  1. sign
  2. signature
  3. design
  4. automatic
  5. autobiography
  6. autonomous
  7. science
  8. scientific
  9. conscience
  10. unconscious

 

English and Maths

Continue using the BBC Bitesize website for English and Maths. You will need to click on the ‘Daily Lessons’ and complete the activities set. 

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/tags/zncsscw/year-6-lessons/1

 

Get Cycling!

Cycling is a great way to keep fit and active and it's also great for your mental well-being. We would love you to create a ‘Safe Cycling’ poster and email them to homelearning@dweschool.org along with photos of you cycling! Remember to keep safe and always wear a helmet!

For more information and ideas, visit https://www.cyclinguk.org/bikeweek

If you haven’t got a bike, challenge yourself to do the daily mile in your garden!

 

 Times Tables Rock Stars

A big well done to all those who have taken part in the battle again! We have been very impressed by the high scores!

 

Keep up the good work and remember to keep sending in your photographs and videos to homelearning@dweschool.org -  we love reading your messages and seeing your smiling faces!

 

 

St Thomas More

To those children attending St Thomas More in September, we have been sent a video for you to watch to help with your transition to high school. If you have further questions after watching the video, you can email Y6transitionquestions@stmthomasmore.org.uk

Hello Year 6,

We hope that you’ve all had an enjoyable break from ‘home learning’ over the past two weeks and enjoyed the wonderful sunshine with your families.

We have also spent lots of time outside, playing in our gardens with our children, walking and gardening.

Thank you to everyone who has sent us emails to share what you have been doing at home. We’ve had some lovely messages and it’s great to hear all of your wonderful news. Please continue to email your photos or messages to homelearning@dweschool.org.

Well done to everyone who took part in the last Times Table Rock Stars Battle and congratulations to 6S who took the victory. We are impressed with the scores and the 3 highest scorers from each class who were…

6S

  1. Emily
  2. Aston 
  3. Yasmin

6A

  1. Freyah-Mae 
  2. Kameron
  3. Sophia 

Using Times Table Rock Stars regularly is an excellent way to consolidate and reinforce times table fluency skills. Therefore, we have set up another battle between the classes which starts today (8.06.20) and ends next week (15.06.20). Please try your best to contribute to your class’s overall score.

We have also set the usual revision pages for the week (see below) and we would like you to continue to access the BBC Bitesize daily lessons which can be found using the following link https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/dailylessons

Revision Homework Timetable

Date set

Date to be completed

Maths ‘Revision’ pages

Maths ‘Question’ pages

 

Reading ‘Revision’ pages

Reading ‘Question’  pages

Grammar, punctuation and spelling ‘Revision’ pages

Grammar, punctuation and spelling ‘Question’  pages

28.02.20

6.03.20

23-25

20-22

28-31

34-35

18-21

13-14

6.03.20

13.03.20

52-55

47-48

8-11

20-21

48-51

32-33

13.03.20

20.03.20

40-41

37-38

24-27

52-55

64-65

47

20.03.20

27.03.20

46-49

43-44

42-46

14-15

34-38

23-25

23.03.20

30.03.20

8-13

6-10

12-19

6-13

8-13

6-11

31.03.20

7.04.20

14-19

11-16

20-27

16-19

14-19

11-13

20.04.20

27.04.20

50-51

20-22

45-46

17-19

28-31

22-27

40-43

56

28-29

38

27.04.20

4.05.20

23-26

20-23

32-35

28-33

22-27

15-17

04.05.20

11.05.20

27-31

24-28

36-41

36-43

28-33

18-22

11.05.20

18.05.20

32-35

29-32

47-50

44-49

44-49

30-32

18.05.20

25.05.20

36-39

33-36

51-54

50-51

52-55

34-37

8.06.20

15.06.20

42-45

39-42

55-58

See set reading comprehensions

57-60

40-43

 

As we have covered all of the pages in Reading Sats Question Workbook, we are asking you to complete the Nelson Mandela reading comprehension which is attached below. 

Using the spellings rules from your revision guide, learn the spellings below and ask a grown-up to test you at the end of the week.

  1. poisonous
  2. various
  3. curious
  4. hideous
  5. glamorous
  6. gracious
  7. spacious
  8. glorious
  9. ambitious
  10. anxious

 As it is 'Mandela Day' next month (18th July), we would like you to create a poster featuring a Nelson Mandela inspirational quote. We would then like you to take a photograph of your poster and email it to homelearning@dweschool.org . You can learn more about Nelson Mandela by visiting the following website links:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/newsround/25263229

https://www.bbc.co.uk/newsround/25361976

https://www.natgeokids.com/uk/discover/history/general-history/nelson-mandela/

You will also find a selection of Mandela's inspirational quotes attached below.

 

We will be in touch with more home learning next week. In the meantime, keep up the good work and if you have any questions, you can contact us at school.

Stay safe and happy.

Mrs Sutlow and Mrs Ashton

Home Learning

Monday 18th May

Spelling

Learn the spellings below (Y5/6 list) and ask a grown up to test you at the end of the week.

  1. amateur
  2. ancient
  3. apparent
  4. appreciate
  5. attached
  6. available
  7. average
  8. awkward
  9. bargain
  10. bruise

Continue to use the website below to play spelling games.

https://spellingframe.co.uk/

 

English and Maths

Continue using the BBC Bitesize website for English and Maths. You will need to click on the ‘Daily Lessons’ and complete the activities set. 

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/tags/zncsscw/year-6-lessons/1

 

Mental Health Awareness Week

This week is ‘Mental Health Awareness Week’ and the theme this year is kindness.

How many random acts of kindness can you complete from the list below?

15 Random Acts of Kindness whilst at home

  • Tell a family member how much you love and appreciate them
  • Make a cup of tea for someone you live with
  • Help with a household chore at home
  • Arrange to watch a film at the same time as a friend and video call
  • Tell someone you know why you are thankful for them
  • Send someone you know a joke to cheer them up
  • Send someone you know a picture of a cute animal
  • Contact someone you haven’t seen in a while and arrange a phone catch up
  • Spend time playing with your pet
  • Donate to a charity
  • Donate to foodbanks
  • Offer to skill share with a friend via video call - you could teach guitar, dance etc.
  • Offer support to vulnerable neighbours
  • Teach someone else at home how to play a new game
  • Help with looking after younger siblings

Please refer to the home page for more ideas and activities to take part in during 'Mental Health Awareness Week'.

 

Remember to keep sending in your photographs and videos to homelearning@dweschool.org -  we love reading your messages and seeing your smiling faces!

Home Learning

Monday 11th May

Spelling

Learn the spellings below (Y5/6 list) and ask a grown-up to test you at the end of the week.

  1. twelfth
  2. variety
  3. vegetable
  4. vehicle
  5. yacht
  6. accommodate
  7. accompany
  8. according
  9. achieve
  10. aggressive

Continue to use the website below to play spelling games.

https://spellingframe.co.uk/

 

English and Maths

Continue using the BBC Bitesize website for English and maths. You will need to click on the ‘Daily Lessons’ and complete the activities set. 

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/tags/zncsscw/year-6-lessons/1

 

Science

This week we would like you to complete a science experiment. Look through the challenge cards below and select an experiment to conduct. Ask a grown-up to help you and remember to take lots of photographs and send them to homelearning@dweschool.org . 

Home Learning

Monday 4th May

Spelling

Learn the spellings below (Y5/6 list) and ask a grown up to test you at the end of the week.

  1. sincere
  2. sincerely
  3. soldier
  4. stomach
  5. sufficient
  6. suggest
  7. symbol
  8. system
  9. temperature
  10. thorough

Continue to use the website below to play spelling games.

https://spellingframe.co.uk/

 

English and Maths

Continue using the BBC Bitesize website for English and maths. You will need to click on the ‘Daily Lessons’ and complete the activities set. 

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/tags/zncsscw/year-6-lessons/1

 

VE Day Celebrations

VE Day celebrations will take place on Friday 8th May. Take a look on the ‘Home’ page of the school’s website for fun activities to complete. We would also like to see photographs of you and your family celebrating this special day so remember to email them to homelearning@dweschool.org.

Well done to all those who took part in last week's TT Rock Stars battle. Congratulations to class 6A who won the battle and Emily J, Phoebe, Kameron and Freyah-Mae who were the top scorers for their classes.

Remember to take part in this week's battle...Year 5 verses Year 6!

27.04.2020

Dear Year 6,

We just wanted to say ‘hello’ and let you know that we haven’t forgotten you. It feels like it’s been a long time since we last saw you and we miss your smiling faces.

We hope that you had a lovely Easter at home with your family. We’ve also been spending time with our families and enjoying this lovely weather. Mrs Sutlow has been busy baking cakes and getting plenty of fresh air on walks with her boys. Mrs Ashton has been reading with her daughter and playing football in the garden.

We hope that you have found the work which we have set for you to do. We have tried to include a variety of things to do so that you can pick and choose the work you prefer. Please don’t worry if you don’t get it all done because it’s also important to relax and have fun during this time.

We’ve noticed that some of you are taking part in the Times Table Rock Stars battles and we’d like to say well done to those who have participated. Using TTRS is a great way to practise multiplication facts!

It would be lovely to hear about what you have been up to so if you want to send any photos or details about the activities you have been doing at home please email them to homelearning@dweschool.org These will also be shared on our school website.

Finally, we are still working in school, so if you do have any concerns or you want to speak to a teacher, please give us a call.

Take care and stay safe.

Mrs Sutlow and Mrs Ashton

Home Learning

Monday 27th April

 

Spelling

Learn the spellings below (Y5/6 list) and ask a grown up to test you at the end of the week.

  1. recognise
  2. recommend
  3. relevant
  4. restaurant
  5. rhyme
  6. rhythm
  7. sacrifice
  8. secretary
  9. shoulder
  10. signature

Continue to use the website below to play games and help you learn spelling rules:

https://spellingframe.co.uk/

 

English and Maths

This week, we would like you to use the BBC Bitesize website for English and maths. You will need to click on the ‘Daily Lessons’ and complete the activities set.  

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/tags/zncsscw/year-6-lessons/1

 

A new Times Tables Rock Stars Battle will commence on Monday 27th April. This time, Year 6 will work together to try and beat Year 5!

 

Remember to keep reading regularly!  

Art - Get creative and create self-portraits in the style of Frida Kahlo. We would love to see some of your work so remember to email them to us!

Time Capsule - Why not have a go at creating your own time capsule?!

Home Learning

Monday 20th April

 

Spelling

Learn the spellings below (Y5/6 list) and ask a grown up to test you at the end of the week.

  1. opportunity
  2. parliament
  3. persuade
  4. physical
  5. prejudice
  6. privilege
  7. profession
  8. programme
  9. pronunciation
  10. queue

 

Use the website below to play games and help you learn spelling rules:

https://spellingframe.co.uk/

 

English

Use the Pobble365 website to get creative with your writing. Choose a different activity each day. We would love to see some of your work – remember to email them to school!

www.pobble365.com

 

Maths

This week, we would like you to work on angles. Use the White Rose website to watch video tutorials and complete angle questions.  The angle work can be found in the Year 6 section – Week 2 – lessons 3, 4 and 5.

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-6/

 

A new Times Tables Rock Stars Battle will commence on Monday 20th April. Who will win this time – 6A or 6S?!

With a few more days to go, 6A is currently in the lead! Well done to everyone who is taking part!

Home Learning

Monday 30th March

English and Maths

Please use the links below to support your learning at home. The Collins website provides free resources such as worksheets and study books for English and maths. The Book Trust website offers activities and links to resources produced by authors and illustrators.

https://collins.co.uk/pages/support-learning-at-home

https://www.booktrust.org.uk/books-and-reading/have-some-fun/fun-at-home-with-authors-and-illustrators/

 

 Keep working in your revision guides. Pages will be updated on the website on Wednesday 1st April.

 

Maths

Which class will win the Times Tables Rock Stars Battle – 6A or 6S?! The battle will commence on Monday 30th March and will end on Monday 6th April.

Here is a chance to play a version of the classic Countdown Game. The challenge is to use the numbers available and the four standard operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication and division) to hit the target. Each card can only be used once but it may not be necessary to use all the cards.

https://nrich.maths.org/6499

 

For more interactive maths games, follow the links below:

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/7-11-years/ordering-and-sequencing-numbers

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/11-14-years/number

 

Topic

Research and present work based on our topic – World War II.

Home Learning

A range of home learning activities suitable for each year group can be found here on Classroom Secrets - 

https://classroomsecrets.co.uk/free-home-learning-packs/

Please note, this link will only work on a PC/laptop and unfortunately is not compatible with phones or tablets.

Home Learning

Spellings -

3rd March

Test 10th March

 

  1. curtains
  2. excitement
  3. cushion
  4. disappeared
  5. washable
  6. offering
  7. vision
  8. misplaced
  9. distance
  10. brilliant

 

Spellings -

11th February

Test 25th February 

1.     immediately

2.    opportunity

3.    exaggerate

4.    especially

5.    sufficient

6.    existence

7.    controversy

8.    convenience

9.    communicate

10.  occupy

 

Spellings -

4th February

Test 11th February

 

  1. determined
  2. develop
  3. dictionary
  4. disastrous
  5. embarrass
  6. equip
  7. equipped
  8. equipment
  9. especially
  10. mischievous

Spellings -

28th January

Test 4th February

 

  1. colourful
  2. dutiful
  3. boastful
  4. bountiful
  5. disgraceful
  6. careful
  7. beautiful
  8. plentiful
  9. playful
  10. faithful

 

Spellings -

W/C 7th January

Test 13th January

 

  1. babies
  2. carries
  3. supplies
  4. varieties
  5. families
  6. skies
  7. ladies
  8. centuries

 

World Book Day- Oliver Workshop

6S' Book in a Jar

6A’s Book Recommendations

6A’s Book in a Jar

World Book Day

Animal Adaptation Workshop- Charles Darwin Day

Poetry Workshop with Conrad Burdekin

Merry Christmas from Y6!

Year 6 General Election

Macbeth Witch Poems using Do Ink (Green Screen App)

Maths- Representing Fractions

Explore Learning Workshop

Year 6 Rock Stars Day

6A Witches Poetry

6A Art

6A We Will Remember

6S Remembrance Poppy Wreath

Maths Buddies

6S Clay Modelling

6A Clay Modelling

Science - Reflection - Making Periscopes

Safe Squad

Art with Mr Doyle 6A

Art with Mr Doyle

Fruit Crumble- Recipes (Instructional Writing)

Macbeth Workshop

Indian Afternoon

Indian Drumming Workshop

Mini-Whistlers FA Respect Workshop

Year 2 and 6 Maths Buddies- Place Value Game

Inspire Maths- Understanding Place Value