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Home Learning 26.11.20

Good morning Year 6 and welcome to another day of learning from home! Today I have English, Maths, Reading and Topic work for you. I hope that you have a wonderful day and, if you're able, please send any work you have completed to Y6lhps@gatedu.org. 

Miss Bell 

 

MATHS - Today in maths we will be adding and subtracting fractions. Follow the link below to Whiterose Maths and watch the video on adding and subtracting fractions. If you need more practice, take a look at the lesson slides we will be using in class today. When you're ready, complete the maths worksheet. If you would like to challenge yourself further, have a go at the maths mastery sheet. 

ENGLISH - Today in English you will be using the research you did on Victorian Workhouses to write the first two paragraphs of your non-chronological report. Take a look at the lesson slides from today before writing your report. 
READING - Download and read through the Year 6 text 'Endangered'. Once you have thoroughly read the text, have a go at the comprehension questions. 
TOPIC - Today we will be learning about how rivers change over time. Take a look through the lesson slides before completing the activity sheet below. 

Thursday 26th November (jeudi 26 novembre) - Le dernier challenge français - the last French challenge!

Home Learning 25.11.20

Good morning Year 6 and well done for making it to the middle of another week of home learning! Today I have some Maths, English, Topic and RE work for you. Work through what you can and don't forget the email your work across to Y6lhps@gatedu.org. Take care and stay safe.

Miss Bell

 

MATHS - Today in maths we will be doing more work on comparing and ordering fractions. Follow the link to Whiterose Maths below and watch the video titled 'Comparing and Ordering Fractions (Numerator). If you need more practice, have a look at the lesson slides for today before completing the worksheet. If you would like to challenge yourself more, have a go at the Maths Mastery sheet. 

ENGLISH - Today you will write the introduction to your non-chronological report on The Victorian Workhouse. Take a look at the lesson slides below before drafting your own introduction. 
RE - Today in RE we will be comparing two different versions of the Christian Nativity Story. One is a version recorded in the part of the bible written by the Desciple Luke and one by Matthew. Have a look at the lesson slides below before completing the comparing activity. 
TOPIC - Today in our topic lesson, we will be identifying the features of a river. have a look at the lesson slides below before completing the activity sheet. 

Happy hump day - it's Wednesday (mercredi). Voici le challenge français!

Home Learning 24.11.20

Good morning Year 6 and welcome to another day of home learning! I hope that you enjoyed the tasks that you were set to complete yesterday and are managing to stay on top of your work. Please remember to email pictures of any work you complete to Y6lhps@gatedu.org. I am back at school with most of year 6 but will reply to your emails daily. Today we have some Maths, English, Guided Reading and Science for you. Get through as much as you can; I can't wait to see your work! 

Miss Bell 

 

MATHS - Today we will be comparing and ordering fractions in class. Follow the link below to Whiterose maths and watch the video titled 'Compare and Order (Denominator). If you still need practice, take a look at the lesson slides below. When you're ready, have a go at the Maths worksheet and, if you feel like you need more of a challenge, have a go at the Maths Mastery sheet. 

ENGLISH - This week we are going to be writing a non-chronological report on a Victorian Workhouse. Take a look at the lesson slides below before planning your own non-chronological report and using the internet to find facts to include in your final report. 
GUIDED READING - Follow the link below to read chapter two of 'Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone' before completing the task on the lesson slide below. 
SCIENCE - In science today we will be continuing our work on electricity. Follow the link below to BBC Bitesize and watch the two video clips before completing the quiz on electricity. 

Tues 24th November - C'est mardi (Tuesday)! Voici (here is) your French challenge for today.

Home Learning 23.11.20

Good morning! Most of you are back at school today and I can't wait to see you. Some of you, however, are still isolating with siblings and, for this reason, I will continue to post work on the website. I hope that you enjoy today's tasks and look forward to seeing you when you're back.

Miss Bell

 

MATHS - Today in maths we will be working more on fractions. Take a look at the Whiterose link below and watch the video on placing fractions on a number line. If you still need practice, have a look at the teaching slides we'll be using in school today. Once you're ready, complete the maths worksheet below. If you would like to challenge yourself more, try the maths mastery sheet.

GUIDED READING - Follow the web link below to Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone. Take a look at the lesson slides and have a go at writing a paragraph to answer the questions using the PEE method. Make a point, find evidence to back up your point and explain how the evidence proves your point.
MUSIC - Use the youtube links below to practice the skills you have been working on in our Music lessons.

Body Percussion - Can't Stop the Feeling`

Body Percussion - Can't Stop the Feeling

Better When I'm Dancing (Body Percussion)

PE - In PE today we will be continuing our fitness circuits. Follow the link below to try a Joe Wicks home workout to burn off some energy and keep you busy.

P.E with Joe | Monday 23rd March 2020

Happy Monday, everyone! Here is ('voici') your French Challenge for 'lundi' (Monday), for anyone not able to come to school today.

Home Learning 20.11.20

Good morning Year 6 and happy Friday! Today is our last day of home learning before we return to school on Monday. I have missed you all and I'm really looking forward to getting back in the classroom together. Today I have a Maths, English, Arithmetic and PSHE task for you. Work through what you can and don't forget to send your work to Y6lhps@gatedu.org. I hope that you all have a lovely weekend and, like me, that you're all looking forward to seeing the back of isolation and getting back to normal. Take care and stay safe,

Miss Bell

 

MATHS - If we'd been in school today, we would have been looking at converting mixed numbers into improper fractions. Follow the link below to Whiterose Maths and watch the video on converting mixed numbers to improper fractions. If you still need practice, take a look at the lesson slides we would have been using in school today. When you feel ready, have a go at the Maths Worksheet. If you need more of a challenge, try the Maths Mastery sheet.

ENGLISH - You English task today is to look at using semicolons in your writing. Take a look at the lesson PowerPoint to find out how and when we would use a semicolon. Once you feel confident, have a go at the worksheet below on using semicolons.
ARITHMETIC - On Fridays we complete an arithmetic test when we are in school. Have a go at the arithmetic test I have attached below. Take your time and answer the questions as best as you can. This is a Year 6 standard end of year test so don't worry if there are some questions you're unsure of; we have lots of time to work on these and complete them so that you have the opportunity to practice a SATs style test as well has working on your arithmetic skills.
PSHE - Today in PSHE we would have been looking at the different decisions we make in different scenarios. Take a look at the lesson slides we would have been using if we were in school. Once you have read through them, have a look at the scenario cards and discuss with a grown up or write down what you would do in each situation.

Friday 20th  November

Computing Challenge #4 - Basketball

 

I hope you enjoyed the hour of code yesterday! Here is the link to today's challenge - Basketball

 

Have fun!!

Mrs Thompson laugh

Friday's French Challenge - Bon Weekend, tout le monde! (Have a nice weekend, everyone!)

Home Learning 19.11.20

 

Good morning Year 6 and welcome to another day of home learning! I hope that you enjoyed the tasks I set for you to complete yesterday. Thank you so much to those of you who have been emailing work to me. I have enjoyed seeing what you have been getting up to at home and am pleased that you have been so committed to continuing your learning. Please email your work and your questions to Y6lhps@gatedu.org and I will get back to you as quickly as I can. Take care and stay safe,

Miss Bell

 

MATHS - Today's maths task is converting improper fractions into mixed numbers. Hopefully, you will have done some work on this already in Year 5. Follow the link I've posted below to Whiterose Maths and watch the video on converting improper fractions to mixed numbers. If you still need some more practice, you can have a look at the lesson slides I have attached which we would have been using if we were in school today. Once you feel ready, have a go at the worksheet below. If you feel like you need more of a challenge, try the Maths Mastery sheet too.

ENGLISH - Today you will be evaluating your writing on The Jabberwock so far and writing your final paragraph. Work through the lesson slides below and complete activity sheet on The Deadly Jabberwock.
GUIDED READING - Follow the link below and re-read the first chapter of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone.

Consider the characters and what has happened to them on this day/ what we have learned about them from the story so far. Complete your own table like the one in the picture below to show what has been inferred about each character in the text so far. Remember inference is what we know about the character based on what we have read so far.

TOPIC - Today we would have been starting a new Geography topic on the water cycle. Take a look at the lesson slides on the water cycle. Complete the diagram of the water cycle attached below. If you don't have access to a printer, you may wish to draw your own diagram. Once you have completed this, write a story about a water droplet and how it moves through the different stages of the water cycle. I have included an example below.
RE - In today's RE lesson, we would have been looking at how different things can be interpretted. This is very important when studying religion, as often when people practice religion they are acting on their interpretation of the lessons in their holy book. Take a look at the lesson slides before completing the task sheets below and comparing.

Thursday 19th November

 

Computing Challenge #3 - Flappy Game

 

I hope you enjoyed the hour of code yesterday! Here is the link to today's challenge - Flappy Game

 

Have fun!! Mrs Thompson laugh

jeudi 19 novembre - Here is the next French challenge. Bon travail (happy work)!

Home Learning 18.11.20

 

Good morning Year 6 and welcome to another day of home learning. I hope that you enjoyed the tasks which were set for you yesterday. Today I have some Maths,  English, Guided Reading and PSHE for you. This week is anti-bullying week and your PSHE task will be centred around this. Bullying is something experienced by many, in fact, a recent survey suggested that one-fifth of people in the UK have experienced bullying. Bullying is serious and by learning about it we can help to prevent it. I hope that you enjoy the tasks set for you today. Remember if you have any questions or would like to share your work, you can email it across to me at Y6lhps@gatedu.org.

 

Miss Bell

 

MATHS - If we'd been in school today we would have been learning to simplify fractions. Follow the link below to Whitreose Maths and watch the video on simplifying fractions. If you feel you need further practice, have a look at the lesson slides we would have been using in school to work on simplifying fractions. When you feel ready, have a go at the worksheet below. If you feel like you need a further challenge, have a go at the Maths Mastery sheet.

ENGLISH - Take a look at the lesson slides on writing a paragraph of a non-chronological report using organisational and presentational devices. Once you have gone through the slides, read the task sheet and answer the questions on organisational and presentational devices before having a go at writing your own paragraphs using these features.
GUIDED READING - Read the extract from Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone thoroughly before answering the questions on what you have read.
PSHE - Take a look through the lesson slides on bullying and anti-bullying week. Once you have read the information, complete the four tasks linked to antibullying week. Task 1 is a reading comprehension task, Task 2 is to design a pair of odd socks to go alongside this year's campaign, Task 3 is to create your own anti-bullying pledge card and Task 4 is to create and anti-bullying poster. It would be lovely if you could email across some of your finished work.

Wednesday 18th November

 

Computing Challenge #2 - Minecraft Hero

 

I hope you enjoyed the hour of code yesterday! Here is the link to today's challenge - 'Minecraft Hero'

 

Have fun!! Mrs Thompson laugh

WEDNESDAY'S FRENCH CHALLENGE - ENJOY!

Home Learning 17.11.20

 

Good morning Year 6. I hope that you enjoyed yesterday's home learning tasks. Thank you to those of you who have sent work across for me to look at. Remember you can email any questions or work to Y6lhps@gatedu.org. Today I have some Maths, English, Science and Topic work for you. In addition to this, please do some reading. Take care and remember you are all doing a fantastic job!

 

Miss Bell

 

MATHS - If we'd been in school today, we would have been looking at equivalent fractions in maths. Follow the link below to Whiterose Maths and watch the video on equivalent fractions. If you need more practice, have a look at the lesson slides we would have been using today. Complete the worksheet on equivalent fractions attached below. If you would like more of a challenge, have a go at the Maths Mastery sheet.

ENGLISH - Today in school we would have been looking at relative clauses. Take a look at the teaching slides on relative clauses and complete the task sheet attached below.
SCIENCE - In science this week, we would have been revising the symbols we use to draw electric circuits. Take a look at the lesson slides to refresh your memory on how we draw the components of a circuit, there may even be some symbols you've not used before. When you feel confident, have a go at the activity sheet attached below. There are three sheets of increasing difficulty; choose the sheet you think is most suitable for you.
TOPIC - Today we would have been finishing our topic on Victorians by looking at Victorian Christmas traditions. Take a look at the lesson slides attached below to find out about traditions during the Victorian era. I have attached three Victorian crafts and activities below, complete as many as you would like.

Tuesday 17th November - Computing Challenge

 

Hi Y6, 

 

I would like to invite you to an Hour of Code - Minecraft Adventure - learn to code whilst playing a game. I will set a new activity each day. Take photographs or short video clips of your adventures and send them to y6lhps@gatedu.org so I can see what you are up to. 

Good Luck and I hope you have fun laugh

Mrs Thompson

mardi 17 novembre - FRENCH CHALLENGE!

 

Bonjour Y6!

I am missing being in school, but I have some French challenges for you.  Don’t worry if you cannot remember because the answers are at the end.  Just have a go and check what it should be.  If you get correct answers, well done you, but if not, do not worry, because you are still learning!

 

Madame Moses

Home Learning 16.11.20

 

Goodmorning Year 6. I hope that you all had a lovely weekend and that you managed to have some fun, even though we are all isolating! This morning I have a Maths, English, Guided Reading, Music and PE task for you as these are the lessons we would have been completing had we been at school. Have a go at the tasks and if you would like to submit any work or have any questions, please feel free to contact me at Y6lhps@gatedu.org. Have a lovely day.

 

Miss Bell

 

MATHS - If we'd been in school today, we would have been completing a post-block assessment on the work we have been doing on addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Have a go at the attached post-block assessment. Read each question carefully before you complete it, take your time to answer and (if you need to) go back through each question once you have completed the assessment to check your answers.

ENGLISH - If we'd been in school today, we would be writing the introduction to the non-chronological we planned last week. Take a look at the lesson slides before having a go at writing your own introduction. Remember to focus on including facts and ensuring you introduce the thing that you are writing your non-chronological report about.
GUIDED READING - Follow the link below to an online copy of 'Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone'. Read chapter 1, 'The Boy Who Lived'. What does the title of the chapter mean? Why is it so significant that Harry Potter lived?
MUSIC - Today in Music, we would have been working more on percussion. Use the youtube videos below to practice percussion using your hands and feet.

Better When I'm Dancing (Body Percussion)

On Top of the World by Imagine Dragons (Body Percussion)

PE - Today in PE we would have been completing our fitness circuits. Instead, why not give this Joe Wicks workout video a try? Have fun, drink lots of water. You might even like to take a look at his youtube page and complete another workout to burn off some energy!

5 Minute Move | Kids Workout 1 | The Body Coach TV

Week 2 Homework (13.11.20)

 

Please find below the homework that would have been sent home with you had you been at school. Have a go and the tasks over the weekend. You can submit any completed homework to y6lhps@gatedu.org. Have a lovely weekend Year 6.

Home Learning 13.11.20

 

Good morning Year 6 and welcome to your final day of home learning this week. Today is Children in Need. If you would like to find out more about the charity and their work, copy and paste https://www.bbcchildreninneed.co.uk/ into your web browser. You may even choose to watch the televised fundraiser on BBC1 this evening.

 

Today I have English, Maths and a PSHE task for you. In addition to this, if you could practice some reading at home that would be great. Have a wonderful weekend and take care,

 

Miss Bell

 

MATHS - If we'd been in school today we would have been looking at square and cubed numbers. Follow the link below to whiterose maths and watch the video on square and cubed numbers. If you need a little more practise, have a look at the teaching slides too. Complete the worksheet and, if you would like to challenge yourself further, have a go at the mastery questions.

ENGLISH - Take a look at the teaching slides on planning a report before using the planner activity sheet to plan your own report on the Jabberwockey.
ARITHMETIC - We would usually practice our arithmetic skills in school on a Friday afternoon. Have a go at the Year 6 standard arithmetic test below.
PSHE - With Children In Need in mind, I have attached a fact sheet about the charity and it's work below. Create your own information booklet about Children In Need using the fact sheet to help you. You may wish to use the internet to conduct your own research and add more detail to your information booklet.

Home Learning 12.11.20

Good morning Year 6. Well done for completing your first day of home learning yesterday! I have heard that some of you have been accessing the website and completing your home learning packs which is fantastic. Today I have an English and Maths task for you as well as some Guided Reading and RE. Work through what you can, I'd love to see your work. You can email it across to Y6lhps@gatedu.org. Take care,

Miss Bell

MATHS - If we'd been in school today, we would have been working on identifying prime numbers. You will have worked on this in Year 5 so this hopefully it won't be too difficult. Follow the link below and watch the video teaching on prime numbers from Whiterose Maths. I have included the teaching slides we would have used today if you need any more support with this. Complete the worksheet attached below on prime numbers, if you feel like you need more of a challenge, give the maths mastery sheet a go!
ENGLISH - Take a look at the lesson slides on the features of a non-chronolgical report. Once you feel confident identifying the features, have a go at identifying then in the text about molluscs. After you have identified the features, have a go at the task linked to the Jabberwocky poem on the lesson slides.
GUIDED READING - Take a look at the lesson slides on guided reading. Have a go at Task 1 - What does the blurb tell you about Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone?
RE - Look at the lesson slides on The Christmas Story. Create your own storyboard of The Christmas Story; the worksheet I have included has three levels of difficulty, choose the level you feel is most appropriate.

Home Learning 11.11.2020

 

Goodmorning Year 6 and welcome to your first full day of home learning. Each day I will be setting tasks for you to complete which run alongside what we would have been doing if we had been at school. If you have any questions or would like to show me examples of your work, you can email me at Y6lhps@gatedu.org. I will also be sending home learning packs out to you all in case you have any issues with the downloads or should wish to complete some extra practice. Take care and we'll see you soon,

 

Miss Bell

Maths - If we had been in school today, we would have been identifying common multiples. Take a look at the video on common multiples which can be found on the Whiterose Maths website which I have posted a link to below. If you need more practice, I have included the lesson slides we would have used if we had been in school today. Once you feel ready, have a go at the lesson worksheet below. If you think you could be challenged further, have a go at the Mastery sheet attached below.
English - If we had been at school today, we would have been analysing WWI and WWII themed poetry and writing our own versions. Take a look at the lesson slides on analysing poetry before making notes and comparing the examples of poetry I have attached below. Once you have finished, have a look at the lesson slides on writing poetry before writing your own version of a WWI/WWII themed poem.
Art - If we had been in school today, we would have been creating some Remembrance themed artwork. Take a look at the teaching slides on how to create your own artwork at home. Alternatively, you could take a look at some of the images below for inspiration and create your own piece of artwork. I'd love to see some of your finished work. If you'd like you could bring it into school when we return or you could email a picture across to me.

Creative Curriculum Home Learning - Week Commencing 19.10.20

 

This week you would have been learning about the first steam engines had you been in school. Take a look at the teaching slides with information about steam engines before completing the activity sheets. Perhaps you could do your own research about steam engines when you finish. You might even wish to research the inventor of the steam engine. 

Mathematics Home Learning - Week Commencing 11/10/20

 

Should you find yourself in a situation where you need to isolate at home, we will be posting videos and worksheets linked to the work you would have been doing in school on a weekly basis. Please  complete one Maths session a day as well as your home learning pack. 

 

We have also included a link to a webpage below - Whiterose Maths. You will find a video which goes alongside each of the lessons we complete which you can watch, should you need it. For each day there is a worksheet for you to complete as well as an answer sheet so that you or your parents can mark your work. 

Homework Week 6 (16.10.20)

 

Wow Year 6! This week seems to have flown. You have all worked so hard this week and we couldn't be more proud of you. We are fast approaching the last week of this half term and we have been so impressed with how well you have all settled back into school. 

This week we have been working on short and long multiplication and next week we will be we be moving on to short and long division strategies. In order to help with this, we would like you to practice your times tables. It is really essential that you know your times tables by heart as they help with so many areas of Maths. You may wish to log in to Times Table Rockstars, practice with an adult or challenge yourself to write out all of your times tables as quickly as you possibly can before seeing if you can beat your time. 

 

Have a lovely weekend. 

Miss Bell 

Creative Curriculum Home Learning - Week Commencing 12/10/20

 

This week in our History lessons, we will be learning about the Industrial Revolution and how it impacted on the lives of people during the Victorian era. Britain changed in a number of ways during the Industrial Revolution, however there were arguably 6 important factors. These were: 

  • Population boom
  • Factories
  • Transport
  • Agriculture
  • Power
  • Empire

 

Research how each of the above factors changed during the Industrial Revolution and create your own booklet or poster explaining the changes. You may wish to use the teaching slides below to help you. 

Mathematics Home Learning - Week Commencing 11/10/20

 

Should you find yourself in a situation where you need to isolate at home, we will be posting videos and worksheets linked to the work you would have been doing in school on a weekly basis. Please  complete one Maths session a day as well as your home learning pack. 

 

We have also included a link to a webpage below - Whiterose Maths. You will find a video which goes alongside each of the lessons we complete which you can watch, should you need it. For each day there is a worksheet for you to complete as well as an answer sheet so that you or your parents can mark your work. 

Homework Week 5 (9.10.20)

 

Well done for getting to the end of another week Year 6! We are all so incredibly proud of how hard you are working and hope that you have a wonderful weekend. 

 

This week your homework is to write a review of a book you have recently read. You may wish to think about giving a brief summary of the plot, commenting on whether or not you found the plot interesting and if there were any plot twists (without giving away too much). You might also comment on who the main characters were, who your favorite character was and why you liked them. It would also be fantastic if you could give your own opinion of the book and include a short explanation of whether or not you would recommend it to a friend. I have included a template of a book review below, which you may choose to use, however this is not essential and could be used for guidance. 

 

Keep up the fantastic work! 

 

Miss Bell 

Homework Week 4 (02/07/2020)

Happy Friday Year 6! Well done for another fantastic week at school  

Your task this weekend is based around a poem called 'The store full of Magical Things". Have a read of the poem on the Powerpoint that I've listed below and answer the questions. For an extra challenge, continue to poem with things that you would have in your shop. Remember, it could be anything! Try and add a verse for each item

Hope you have another lovely, relaxing weekend, ready for a fresh week of learning!

Stay safe,

Miss Bell

Homework 25.09.20 (Week 3) 

 

Happy Friday Year 6 and well done for getting through another week at school. We're all so incredibly proud of the work you have been doing this week and how well you have all settled into school, taking all changes in your stride! This week's homework is a little more PSHE. We would like to know all of the ways that you are an amazing person. Complete the task at home and if you would like to bring it in to show us, we would love to see what you have done. If you can't print out the task, don't worry, you could design your own version on paper. 

 

Have a lovely weekend and stay safe. 

 

Miss Bell 

Homework Task (Week 2) 18.09.20

 

Hello everyone and happy Friday! We hope you have had a lovely week of learning at school and you're all feeling very happy to be back - you've been amazing so far and taken all of these new changes in your stride!

For your homework this week, I want you to work on thinking positively

Task 1: You are going to design a positive thinking cap, with colourful messages about positive thinking. This could be in bubble writing, graffiti style or illustrations. Just remember to keep it positive! (e.g. Stick at it! Never give up" I can do this! etc)

Task 2:  For one whole week, you are going to record a positive thought a day. Before you go to bed, think back and reflect on the day. There may be been things that weren't so great but you can always find something that went well or that was good. Only positive thoughts are allowed in this diary!

 

Have a lovely weekend and I will see you all on Monday!

Stay safe,

Miss Bell 

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