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Tuesday 26th May

Hi again Year 6! I hope you all enjoyed your Bank Holiday smiley As this week would have been our half term week, I have included some activities which are slightly different to those that we've been setting for you. Remember, these activities are optional and it's up to you and your grown ups at home which of them you would like to do and when. smiley

Today's choice of activities are:

Writing: Today's task is called 'The Magic Library'. Instructions for the different tasks are included.

Maths: Iceberg area challenge. Remember the formula for finding the area of a triangle is base x height and half your answer!

Topic: Today's final lesson on the Tudors is all about the Spanish Armada. Watch the online lesson included and complete the comic strip activity afterwards!

Science: Fizzy colours challenge! If you have the things at home, follow the instructions! I would love to see your findings!

 

Speak to you tomorrow,

Stay safe,

Miss Bell & Miss Walsham

 

Monday 25th May 

Good morning everyone! laugh As it is Bank Holiday Monday, your task today it to relax and have fun smiley Since this bank holiday is slightly different and some of you may be still be looking for something to keep you busy, I have included some fun activities that you might like to have a go at. 
 

Hope you all have a lovely day,

Stay safe.

Miss Bell & Miss Walsham 

Friday 22nd May

Happy Friday Year 6! We made it through another week of Home Learning! laugh I hope you are all okay and enjoying the lovely weather that we've been having! Don't forget your sun safety if you are spending time in the sunshine!

This week has been Mental Health Awareness Week. Remember, everyone has mental health, whether that's good or bad. Sometimes when you're feeling upset or a little nervous (which some of you might be at this time) it's important to know that there are things that you can do to cheer yourself up! One of the most important things is to talk to someone; sharing your worries always makes things a little easier. Other things might include watching your favourite film, diving into a book you love, getting some exercise or colouring, anything that you enjoy and makes you happy! smiley In light of this, I have included some resources today to focus on everything positive to help you relax, unwind and, most importantly, smile! 

Today's choice of activities are:

Daily Reading: Today's 60 second read is a poetry text.

Maths: It's Family Challenge Friday! Work together with people at home to try and tackle this weeks problems.

Art & DT: Create your own board game. I have included a template for inspiration but feel free to design your own. Think about what the theme is going to be, characters (if you want them) and the way to win! I would love to see your designs! 

Mindfulness Minute: An activity booklet to work through to make you relax and think positive thoughts.

Baking: I have included a recipe for jammy heart biscuits. Enjoy!

 

Hope you all have a lovely weekend,

Missing you all,

Stay safe.

Miss Bell & Miss Walsham

Thursday 21st May

Hello again Year 6! I hope you are all feeling well today and managed to enjoy the sunshine we had yesterday - what a lovely day it turned out to be! Hopefully today will be just as nice. Why not try working outdoors for a change today if you can? smiley

Today's choice of activities are:

Writing: Today's writing activity is called 'All around the world'.  All the instructions are listed on the activity page.

Maths: Remember to watch today's online Maths lesson and complete the activity below.

Science: I have listed a microorganism investigation - showing how mould grows on bread! You will test whether mould grows more in different conditions. Remember to ask your grown ups at home to help!

 

Speak to you all again tomorrow,

Missing you all lots, stay safe,

Miss Bell & Miss Walsham

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Wednesday 20th May

Good morning Year 6! It looks like it's going to be another lovely sunny day for us today - I hope you all manage to enjoy some sunshine and fresh air! laugh

 

Today's choice of activities are:

Daily reading: Today's 60 second read is a non fiction text.

Maths: Watch the online maths lesson and complete the activity below.

Geography: Research the world landmarks; see how many you can find!

 

Speak to you all tomorrow

Stay safe

Miss Bell & Miss Walsham

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Tuesday 19th May

Hello again Year 6! I hope you are all well today smiley Thank you again to those of you who are continuing to send photographs and messages in to let us know how you are and what you have been doing while you're at home! It's lovely to see that a lot of you have been baking and trying different meals and treats to what you normally would! Please do keep sending them in as it's lovely to get to see you all! laugh

Today's choice of activities are: 

Daily reading: Today's 60 second read is a fiction text.

Maths: Remember to watch the online maths lesson first before completing the activity listed below!

Topic: Today's topic lesson is all about Mary Queen of Scots and how dangerous a threat she was to Queen Elizabeth 1. It might be a good idea to have your activities ready when looking through the online lesson and it will tell you as you go through when you will need them. smiley

 

Speak to you again tomorrow,

Missing you all, stay safe,

Miss Bell & Miss Walsham

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Monday 18th May

Good morning everyone and welcome to another brand new week of home learning! If you have been feeling a little down in the dumps last week, try starting today as a fresh start. Set yourself a timetable if needs be to get yourself motivated and make sure to give yourself some time for games, fresh air as well as some school work. smiley I hope you all have had a lovely weekend and managed to make the most of being at home! Hopefully the sun will be shining a lot more this week for us too! laugh

 

Today's choice of activities are:

Daily News Bulletin: Today's positive news story is all about an 11 year old who had managed to break the world record in skating! Do any of you already enjoy skating? If not, this might be something you want to start practising your skills in!

Writing: I have set a task today all about unlikely friends. Follow the instructions on the activity sheet to help you. 

Maths: Watch today's online lesson attached below and complete the activity.

Geography: Learn all about some of the most famous European landmarks!

 

Speak to you all again tomorrow,

Missing you all, stay safe,

Miss Bell & Miss Walsham

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Friday 15th May

Hello Year 6 and happy Friday! Well done to all of you for making it through another week of home learning! Today is International Day of Families. Held on 15th May every year, the International Day of Families was established by the United Nations in 1993 as a way to raise awareness of issues faced by families throughout the world. With this in mind, as today's challenge why not try completing your family tree, discussing with your family members, see how far back you can go and find out some new facts about your relatives that you might not have known otherwise!

Today's choice of activities are:

Daily Reading: Today's text is a poem. It should only take around 60 seconds to read laugh

Maths: It's Family Challenge Friday! Work alongside your grown ups to tackle this week's questions!

Geography: Study the World Flags poster (try and find a way of remembering something special about each one to help you) and complete the World Flags Quiz afterwards. Can you beat someone at home?

 

I hope you all have a lovely weekend and I will speak to you all again on Monday!

Stay safe, missing you all lots,

Miss Bell & Miss Walsham

Thursday 14th May

Good morning everyone! Today is another lovely, sunny day for you all to enjoy safely!laugh Thank you again to everyone who is managing to send photographs to me of what you have been getting up to. It's lovely to see what you all have been getting up to!

Today's choice of activities:

Daily News Bulletin:

Grammar: All about homophones (words that sound the same but are spelt differently) Today's is all about there, their and they're

Writing: Thank you activity - Read the instructions at the top of the activity.

Maths: Watch the online maths lesson and complete the activity below.

Geography: Today's lesson is all about countries and their capitals.

 

Speak to you all tomorrow,

Stay safe, missing you all

Miss Bell & Miss Walsham

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Wednesday 13th May

Hello again Year 6! laugh I hope you are all feeling well today and still staying as positive as you can! Yesterday was the start of National Nurses Week as it was the 200th birthday of Florence Nightingale! What do you already know about Florence Nightingale? Although born in Italy, Florence Nightingale's family were British and Florence was raised in England. Florence Nightingale believed that God had destined her for a life devoted to others. In 1844 she decided to become a nurse, against the wishes of her family and contrary to expectations of women in society being only wives and mothers. During the Crimean War, Nightingale trained a number of female volunteer nurses and successfully urged the British Government to improve medical facilities for those wounded in battle. She implemented hand washing and other hygienic practices to improve care and reduce the suffering of the wounded soldiers. and after returning to Britain, Nightingale worked to improve sanitary conditions in hospitals and living conditions for the poor. As an extra challenge today, why not research Florence Nightingale further, and in particular why she was named 'the lady with lamp'?

Today's choice of activities are:

Daily reading: Today I have given you a non fiction text which should take around 60 seconds to read.

Maths: Watch today's online maths lesson and then complete the activity below.

Art: Follow the guidance to improve your skills in portrait drawing and complete a family portrait.

 

Speak to you all again tomorrow,

Stay safe,

Miss Bell & Miss Walsham 

 

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Tuesday 12th May

Hello again Year 6! smiley How are you all feeling? There have been some interesting and confusing news around us lately, however, some fun news has shown that a museum in East Sussex has reopened, letting 5 people at a time virtually stroll the galleries using a robot!

Read today's daily news bulletin to find out more! laugh

Today's choice of activities are:

Daily Bulletin

Writing: I have included a writing activity today. All instructions are included on the page!

Maths: Watch the online maths lesson and complete the activity below..

Topic: Learn all about Elizabeth and her marriage. Help her choose who the most suitable husband would be to help her to run the country!

 

Speak to you all again tomorrow,

Stay safe,

Miss Bell & Miss Walsham

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Monday 11th May

Good morning Year 6 and welcome to a brand new week! A week that under normal circumstances would have been our SATs week - can you believe it?! Hope you all had a lovely weekend and are feeling fresh and ready for some more home learning smiley

This week is National Vegetarian Week - National Vegetarian Week runs from 1th - 17th May 2020 and is an annual event to educate people about the benefits of a meat-free diet. During National Vegetarian Week,  people are encouraged to try going meat-free for a week, with vibrant and exciting vegetarian recipes being promoted and shared. Why not give it a go if you can, even for one meal a day? I will post one vegetarian recipe each day for inspiration but would love to see if anyone gives going veggie a go!

Today's choice of activities are: 

Daily News Bulletin: A story all about NASA.

Daily Reading: I have attached a fiction activity today which should only take around 60 seconds to read smiley

Maths: Watch today's online maths lesson listed below and complete the activity.

Science: Today's Science activity is all about Space. Have a look through the online lesson attached and use the information to complete the activity afterwards.

 

Missing you all lots,

Speak to you again tomorrow, stay safe,

Miss Bell & Miss Walsham

 

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Friday 8th May

Happy Friday everyone and Happy VE Day! laugh 

Victory in Europe Day - also known as VE Day - celebrates the Allied Forces accepting the Nazi’s unconditional surrender from World War 2. The final document was signed on 8 May 1945. Today, countries throughout the world celebrate VE Day annually, on either 8th or 9th May. There were street parties and parades throughout the Western world - especially in the UK and the USA. More than a million people took to the streets in Great Britain, with the greatest crowds in London and the day was declared a national holiday.

For lots of people, the day was a solemn affair. Throughout Europe, wives had lost husbands and families had been torn apart by the war. VE Day was a chance to grieve and reflect. Still, for many people of both nations, VE Day signalled an end. It gave them a glimpse of a future that was not entirely governed by a global war. And for the families who were lucky enough to be reunited with loved ones, it was a day worth celebrating. Please remember to send me any of your VE day photographs of how you've been celebrating at home!

Today's choice of activities:

Daily Reading: Complete the final activity this week of our Space eBook (remember the link for the story is at the top of the activity page.

Friday Maths Challenge

VE Day: Watch the online lesson listed below, complete the morse code breaking activity, create your own spitfire glider or create some treats from the wartime recipe book!

SEALIFE! Live: Click this link (https://www.facebook.com/watch/live/?v=2966879050036418&ref=watch_permalink) and join Harriet and Andre from London Sea Life Aquarium for a live video from the turtle enclosure as they introduce, feed and answer questions about the turtles at the aquarium. Why not try studying turtles and see what fun facts you can find out about them?

 

Hope you all have a fun and safe weekend,

Speak to you all on Monday,

Stay safe

Miss Bell & Miss Walsham

Thursday 7th May

Good morning everyone, how are you all doing today? It looks as thought it's going to be a lovely, sunny one today, so please remember to enjoy the warm weather safely! As it is VE day tomorrow, I know a few of you are researching the War and celebrating at home, so I have attached some decorations that you might like to complete in preparation for tomorrow!

Today's choice of activities are:

Daily Reading: Watch the link on the activity sheet for today and answer the questions

Grammar: Spot the pronouns & nouns

Maths: Watch today's online maths lesson and complete the activity listed below

Topic: Today we are thinking about what Elizabeth 1 might have looked like. Go through the online lesson, analysing portraits and completing the activities as you go. Feel free to research what certain elements of portraits represented in the Tudor times to help you smiley

VE day: Complete the bunting and war time colouring posters to prepare for tomorrow.

 

Speak to you tomorrow,

Stay safe,

Miss Bell & Miss Walsham

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Wednesday 6th May

Good morning everyone! laugh I hope you all had a lovely nights sleep and feeling fresh and ready for a new day! From today until the 10th May it is National Sun Awareness Week which is a campaign led by The British Association of Dermatologists (BAD) to highlight the dangers of exposure to the sun. With us all staying at home, and spending a lot more time in the garden, enjoying the sun, why not try creating a poster to promote sun safety and raise awareness of potential dangers of the sun for others?

Today's choice of activities are:

Daily News Bulletin: All about glowing plants.

Daily Reading: Answer the questions on Chapter 2 Part 2 of our eBook. Remember you can click the link on the activity sheet to access the story too. https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/jazz-harper-space-explorer-ebook-t2-or-650

Maths: Watch the online lesson below and complete the activity attached.

Topic: Today's lesson is all about the reign of Henry's daughter: Queen Mary. Look at the online lesson first and then complete the activity to test your new knowledge!

 

Speak to you all again tomorrow,

Stay safe

Miss Bell & Miss Walsham

 

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Tuesday 5th May

Hello again Year 6! How is everyone feeling today? Today is African World Heritage Day laugh

African World Heritage Day was proclaimed in 2015. During the 38th session of the UNESCO General Conference, its aim is to promote and celebrate the fantastic heritage and culture that the Continent of Africa possesses through its communities and people. Africa has numerous threats that other continents around the world do not have, from Climate Change, Civil unrest and instability to poaching, many wonders in Africa are at risk of disappearing. This day is used to highlight how important Africa is and that its value needs to be protected at all costs. Why not try learning some new facts about  Africa or completing the activities below?

Today's choice of activities are:

Daily Bulletin

Daily Reading: Read chapter 3 and 4 of this week's eBook. https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/jazz-harper-space-explorer-ebook-t2-or-650

Maths:Today's online maths lesson is listed below,as well as the activity to complete.

Art:Complete an African silhouette drawing or painting.I have included silhouettes that you could cut out - or try drawing our own!

I hope you all have a lovely day,

Stay safe,

Miss Bell & Miss Walsham  

 

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Monday 4th May

Good morning everyone and welcome to a brand new week! I hope you all had a lovely weekend and are feeling fresh and positive ready for a new week of home learning! smiley

All this week is Children's Book Week! Children's Book Week is an annual celebration of reading for pleasure for children of primary school age. The idea for this event was conceived by Franklin K. Matthiews, the librarian of the Boy Scouts of America, in 1913. He thought that a celebration of children's books would help get more children into reading, helped by the backing of publishers, booksellers and librarians in the US. Now going for over 100 years, Children's Book Week continues to grow in popularity year on year! In light of this, why not celebrate your favourite book at home? You could create a book review, turn your favourite story into a comic strip, copy some of the illustration or simply read an old favourite or try something brand new!

Today's choice of activities are:

Daily Bulletin - Today's news is all about VE Day which is celebrated later this week.

Daily Reading -  Read 2 chapters of this week's eBook: Jazz Harper Space Explorer https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/jazz-harper-space-explorer-ebook-t2-or-650

Maths  - Today's Online Maths Lesson is all about simplifying fractions

Global Themes - I have attached a challenge today which is all about plastic pollution. Research as much as you can about the topic, and plan a speech or a PowerPoint trying to include as many of the words listed as you can.Present your findings to your grown ups at home or send them in for me to see - tally up how many points you get. Let's see who gets the most!

 

Speak to you all tomorrow,

Stay safe,

Miss Bell & Miss Walsham

 

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Friday 1st May

Hello again everyone and happy first of May! smiley I hope you are all doing okay and staying positive going into the new month ahead! Did anyone see the celebration of the new Colonel Tom Moore yesterday? What an outstanding achievement to raise over £30 million! I wonder how he is celebrating turning 100 and how many of us will be celebrating our birthdays quite differently this year!

Today's choice of activities:

Daily Bulletin: Telling us all about Crane Spotting.

Daily Reading: Answering questions relating to chapter 5 of our eBook (The man who bought a mountain).

Writing: I have included some activities today all about creating your own characters. Once you have done this, why not try creating a story based around this character as an extra challenge over the weekend? 

Maths: Remember, our Friday is a Family challenge. Questions 1-5 are most suitable for Year 6, however, why not give the others a try and help each other out to answer them smiley

Topic: Our topic lesson today is all about Henry's son Edward taking the throne at a very young age!

 

I hope you all have a lovely weekend and I will speak to you all again on Monday.

Stay safe, missing you all.

Miss Bell & Miss Walsham

 

 

 

 

Thursday 30th April

Good morning Year 6! smiley I can't believe it is the last day of April! Does any one else think it has gone so quickly? Today is Captain Tom Moore's 100th birthday and he is making a special message this morning on television! Who will be watching? Remember tonight at 8pm is the Clap to show our appreciation for our NHS staff. You could design some posters or cards to stick outside your house to show your neighbours your support when they come outside!

Today's choice of activities are:

Daily News Bulletin: Our positive news story is all about the veteran Captain Tom Moore and receiving his post mark for his 100th birthday.

Daily Reading: Answering the questions on Chapter 4 of our eBook.

Grammar: Copy out the sentences and decide whether the sentences have fronted adverbials or not, underlining them if they do. If the sentence does not, could you add in an appropriate fronted adverbial that would work in the sentence?

Maths: Today's online Maths lesson is carrying on with problem solving.

Science: Research different types of animals in order to complete today's activity. There might be more than one tick for each category smiley

 

Look after yourselves and each other,

Speak to you all tomorrow, stay safe,

Miss Bell & Miss Walsham

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Wednesday 29th April

Good morning everyone! It was lovely to speak to most of you yesterday and hear how well you are all doing! Today is International Dance Day! International Dance Day is a worldwide event that celebrates all genres of dance. It was created by the Dance Committee of the International Theatre Institute (ITI) - the world's largest organisation for the performing arts. Why not try celebrating at home this year by learning a new dance or try teaching your family members a dance that you've already been practising? Don't forget to send in any videos - I would love to see them! laugh

Today's choice of activities are:

Daily News Bulletin: Today's story is all about museums collecting household items to show what life was like during the lockdown in 2020.

Daily Reading: Answer the questions on Chapter 3 of this week's eBook - remember the link for the story is on the question activity sheet.

Writing: I have included an activity to help you practise your skills in showing, not telling the reader, as a method of describing.

Maths: Today's online lesson is focussing on problem solving.

Topic: We are still focussing on King Henry this lesson, but thinking more about why he broke away from Rome.

 

Look after one another,

Speak to you again tomorrow, stay safe,

Miss Bell & Miss Walsham

 

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Tuesday 28th April

Hello again everyone, how are you all doing today? smiley Is everyone still looking for good news stories around them? It might be something that you hear on the tv or it could even be something positive that's happened to someone you know! Yesterday, there was a story released in America of firefighters who worked together and managed to save a litter of puppies that had become stuck; the prime minister of New Zealand announced that the spread of the illness has been eliminated in her country! And, who could forget, our own Captain Tom Moore who has now raised over £20 million! The war veteran is the focus of our daily news today, why not have a read and find out more about him?

Today's choice of activities:

Daily Bulletin: News story about Captain Tom Moore's fundraiser

Daily Reading: Answer the questions based on this week's eBook (The man who bought a mountain)

Writing: Complete the character profile template - try using your plan to write a description of your character as a stand alone piece of writing. Don't forget your new skills of showing not telling!

Maths: Today's online lesson is about calculating angles in regular polygons.

Science: Watch the online presentation on Classification (sorting) and afterwards, see if you can organise the animals three different ways (e.g type of animal: mammal, reptiles etc. number of legs. cold blooded/warm blooded and so on...)

 

Hope you all have a lovely day,

Speak again tomorrow, stay safe!

Miss Bell & Miss Walsham

 

 

 

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Monday 27th April

Good morning Year 6 and welcome to another week of learning from home! I hope you all had a nice weekend and managed to enjoy the sunshine! Has anyone been starting any new hobbies or learning anything new while they've been at home? I've loved seeing all of your projects that you have been getting up to and doing things that you have never done before! smiley

Today's choice of activities are:

Daily Bulletin: Today's news is all about 3d printers being used to build houses!

Daily Reading: This week's eBook is called 'The man who bought a mountain'. Read Chapter 1 and answer the questions attached below - you can access the story through a link on the questions page!

Writing: Linked to our new story, complete the descriptive activity about a mountain trek.

Maths: Today's online lesson is about calculating angles in specific quadrilaterals. Watch the video below and complete the activity underneath.

Topic: Today's topic lesson is all about Henry VIII. Go through the PowerPoint lesson first and then look at the sources attached to answer the questions.

 

Hope you all have a lovely day,

Speak to you again tomorrow, stay safe smiley

Miss Bell & Miss Walsham

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Friday 24th April

Good morning Year 6 and Happy Friday! We made it through another week smiley

Did anyone see BBC's Big Night In last night, raising money for Comic Relief and Children In Need? What was your favourite part? I think I enjoyed the singers coming together to sing 'Times like these' the most. It's amazing the way the whole country is coming together despite the strange time we are going through at the moment!

Today's choice of activities are:

Daily News: Your positive news story today is all about last night's BBC's Big Night In fundraiser.

Comprehension: Reading Chapter 5 of this week's eBook and answers the questions attached as well as some dictionary work.

Writing: I have included a template for a comic strip today! You could try retelling one of your favourite stories or films or creating your own narrative. Don't forget to include your illustrations! 

Maths: Slightly different today - rather than an online Maths lesson, each Friday you will have a Math's challenge. The questions most appropriate for Year 6 are questions 1-5, but why not try solving the other problems with your family and help each other? Do as many as you can smiley

Science: Click this link (https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zk7fy9q) to learn some interesting facts about our solar system! Then test your knowledge by completing the activity listed below 

Journal: I have attached your final journal entry for this week.

 

I hope you all have a lovely weekend and I will speak to you all again on Monday!

Stay safe and look after one another,

Missing you all,

Miss Bell & Miss Walsham 

Thursday 23rd April

Hello again, Year 6! I hope you're all doing well today smiley Today is Saint George's day! Do you know anything about Saint George? He became a soldier when he was just 17 years old and became the patron saint of England after he defeated the French at the Battle of Crecy in 1350. Why not try learning some more interesting facts about him? There is an information PowerPoint included below, or you could try finding out information online -  I would love to see what you have been researching! smiley

Today's activities include: 

English: Reading Chapter 4 of our eBook for this week and answering the questions, as well as a grammar activity, focussing on synonyms (remember synonyms are words which has a similar meaning to each other!)

Maths: Our online lesson included today is all about calculating the value of missing angles.

Journal: I have included your Thursday template to include in your journals.

Art & Craft: Thank you colouring pages for our key workers keeping us safe. You may want to use them as inspiration to create your own drawing and posters! Don't forget to show your support tonight at 8pm! 

 

Speak to you all tomorrow,

Stay safe,

Miss Bell & Miss Walsham

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Wednesday 22nd April

Good morning everyone smiley Hope you had a lovely day yesterday. Did you know it was our Queen's 94th birthday? I wonder how she celebrated during quarantine! Do any of you have a birthday coming up? It's fantastic to see lots of you are managing to balance your school work and having your own down time activities! Keep up the good work everyone! smiley

Today's activities:

English: Read chapter 3 of our eBook (How to skin a bear) and answer the given questions. I have also included a grammar activity focussing on the prefect present tense - don't forget to read the helpful hints at the top of the worksheet to help you!

Maths: Today's online lesson, listed below, is all about finding the angles in special cases.

Craft: I have attached instructions to help you create your own sun beam weaving craft,

Journal: Here is Wednesday's journal entry for you to complete.

 

Speak to you again tomorrow,

Stay safe,

Miss Bell & Miss Walsham 

 

 

 

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Tuesday 21st April

Hi again Year 6! Hope you are all well today and enjoying the sunny weather we've been having! smiley Hopefully you all are getting back into somewhat of a routine to try and maintain some sort of normality! You could maybe try making yourself a timetable to keep yourself on track.

Today's activities that you might want to have a go at include:

Daily Bulletin: Today's newspaper story is all about an ancient woodland.

Maths: Today's online lesson is all about angles in triangles, don't forget the lesson is posted as a video below, and the activity to go alongside is listed underneath smiley

English: I hope you all enjoyed Chapter 1 of our new ebook! Today's task is to read Chapter 2 and answer the listed questions. There is also a conjunctions task listed to try.

Topic: Continuing with our Tudor topic, there is a task all about Tudor family coat of arms and what the different elements represent. Have a look through the powerpoint and try designing your own which represents your family.

Journal: Listed is Tuesday's template entry for your journal, or remember, if you'd prefer to, you could design your own.

 

Hope you enjoy!

Speak to you all tomorrow,

Stay Safe, 

Miss Bell & Miss Walsham 

 

 

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Monday 20th April 

Good morning Year 6 and welcome back! I hope you all had a lovely Easter (considering the circumstances!) and, most importantly, had plenty of chocolate! smiley

Thank you so much to those of you who have been emailing in to let me know how you are, what you've been up to or sending photos and videos - it really does brighten my day getting to see you all so please do keep staying in touch!

As this would be the start of the Summer term, we will be updating this page each day again with activities, to try and maintain as much of a routine for you as possible, remember try and get done what you can.

Daily News Bulletin: It's important to remember there are still positive things happening around the world! Read today's bulletin all about monkeys going on their own adventure to keep up to date and impress your family members!

Maths: Today it all about calculating opposite angles! I have attached your Maths Online lesson for today as a video below and the activities to do alongside are attached.

English: Read chapter 1 of the Ebook below: How to skin a bear and complete the activities provided

Crafts: Try printing the template provided to create your own corner page book mark, or get creative and design your own!

Journal: As you are living through something which will no doubt go down in history, I thought it would be lovely to keep a journal. I have attached Monday's entry (or you could use it as inspiration to create your own!) and will be posting each days for you to complete and look back on at a later date!

 

Hope you are all looking after yourselves,

Speak again tomorrow smiley

Miss Bell & Miss Walsham 

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Monday 6th April

Good morning everyone! I can hardly believe it's the start of the Easter holidays!

As it is your break, we will not be updating this page daily with activities again until the 20th April. We will be checking our mailbox everyday to see what you all have been doing so please continue sending in your photos - we love seeing them!

Instead, here is a list of Easter activities which you may want to do over the holidays, but you can decide when you would like to complete them:

 

· Write an Easter or Spring poem

· Bake an Easter treat and write instructions for someone to follow.

· Decorate a boiled egg.

· Design and make an Easter card for someone in your house.

· Have an egg hunt around your house or garden. Can you write some clues to help find them?

· Design some packaging for a new Easter egg.

· Create an advert to promote a new Easter egg. This could be for a poster / billboard, a digital display advert or an advert for radio / television / cinema.

· Make a comic strip or an animation with an Easter theme.

· Find out how Easter is celebrated in different parts of the world. Could you create a news report, information page or a presentation to teach others about what you discover?

· Design a board game with an Easter theme and play it with your family.

· Design a vehicle that can transport a hard-boiled egg safely from one point to another.

 

Speak to you all soon,

Stay safe

Miss Bell & Miss Walsham

Friday 3rd April

Hello everyone and happy Friday! Hope you are all feeling good today and ready to start your last Joe Wicks workout of the week! Did anyone clap at their front doors for the NHS staff last night at 8pm? Everyone in my street came out to clap, beep their horns and cheer - it was lovely to see everyone coming together and staying so positive smiley With this in mind, as part of today's activities, I have included a thank you card for the NHS for the amazing work they are continuing to do for all of us.

 

Today's online Maths lesson is linked below (Week 1, lesson 3: Introducing the ratio symbol) and your activities are listed below!

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

 

Stay safe,

Miss Bell & Miss Walsham

Thursday 2nd April

Good morning everyone!smiley Hope you are all doing well today! Has anyone been reading any

new books while you have been at home? I have started reading the Disney Twisted Tales stories, starting with Reflection which is a twist on the story of Mulan! I know that we didn't manage

to finish the Nowhere Emporium at school so if you can manage to get your hands on a copy during this I would highly recommend!smiley

 

Here is the link for today's Maths online lesson remember it's (Week 1, lesson 2) Ratio and Fractions:

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

 

Speak to you all tomorrow,

Stay safe

Miss Bell & Miss Walsham

Wednesday 1st April

Good morning everyone! Happy first of April, and what a lovely sunny one it is to start the month smiley 

Hope you are all keeping well - Thank you so much to those of you who have already started sending in some photos of what you'be been getting up to, it has been so lovely for me to see you all!

How are you managing to keep active? Are you still doing your Joe Wicks PE lessons? Have you been using your one hour of daily exercise outside?

Here are today's suggested activities - remember you might want to print these or complete them later in the week, or next week, or you might like to try and do them today - they are just daily suggestions to help your home learning smiley 

 

Here is the link for the Maths online lesson today (Week 1, lesson 1) Using Ratio Language:

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

 

Speak to you all tomorrow,

Stay safe

Miss Bell & Miss Walsham

Tuesday 31st March

Hello Year 6!

We have moved over to this page to keep you updated with activities to help you through your home learning smiley

Here are some suggested activities for today if you're looking for a little extra to keep you going!

Don't forget to keep doing your tasks on MyMaths smiley

Your parents should have been sent an email address to send over any photos and videos of things that you have been getting up to. I will attach them onto our class page so please keep sending them in - I can't wait to see what you've all been doing and would be lovely for you all to see each other too!

We miss you all very much, stay safe and look after each other!

Miss Bell & Miss Walsham

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