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YEAR 6 HOME LEARNING

FRIDAY 18 FEBRUARY 2022 - HOME LEARNING 

Well done year 6 on a great term. You have worked incredibly hard and we are very proud of you.

Here are your tasks for today’s remote learning:

Maths: Complete the investigation. How far can you take it? Can you find a formula? (Click here for the worksheet).

Writing: Choose one of the story prompts from the selection here. You can write a descriptive story as suggested or challenge yourself to write a Newspaper recount – the choice is yours. Don’t forget to think carefully about your writing and the year 6 criteria.

Guided Reading: Read and then answer the questions about Banksy (click here for worksheet)

Topic: Create a poster or art work for one of the articles of children rights.

We look forward to seeing your work. Have a great half term. Don’t forget to read and practise your times tables.

See you Tuesday 1st March,

Mrs Stewart and Mr Jackson


SPRING 2022

Please find below links which take you to the Year 6 online learning.

These links contain videos to watch, along with activities to complete.

We would like one English, one Maths and one other (of your choice) to be completed each day whilst you are at home.

English

This is a unit of learning recapping grammar.  Work through the video for each lesson (one a day) and complete the activities as directed.

https://classroom.thenational.academy/units/grammar-practice-e855

Maths

This is a unit of learning exploring Multiplication and Division.  Work through the video for each lesson (one a day) and complete the activities as directed.

https://classroom.thenational.academy/units/multiplication-and-division-69f6

Science

This is a unit of learning exploring Humans and Diet and Lifestyle.  Work through the video for each lesson and complete the activities as directed.

https://classroom.thenational.academy/units/diet-and-lifestyle-f893

Topic

This half term, the Year 6 topic is We Are All Born Free.

Using Kiddle (the children’s search engine), please complete your own research on Nelson Mandela:

  • Who was he?
  • What was his childhood like?
  • What was going on in the country he lived in?
  • Why is he an important historical figure?

Reminders:

  • Please remember to read every day – try to read aloud to an adult and make sure you understand what you are reading.  You should also look up any words you don’t understand in your reading.
  • Practice your times tables using TT Rockstars! 

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/7-11-years/times-tables

http://www.woodlands-junior.kent.sch.uk/maths/timestable/ 

http://www.mathsisfun.com/tables.html 

www.mathszone.co.uk