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YEAR 6

 

Year 6 Remote Learning - Monday 20th December 2021

Here are some tasks you can complete when working from home. You can complete them in any order. 

 

Maths

Revise times tables and number facts on TTRockstars & Numbots (20 mins)

Go onto Monster SATs  - Arithmetic Paper 1 Test 2 (30 mins)

If you would like to complete the matching Reasoning papers, have a go!

 

English

ARA, Bug Club, MyOn – 30 mins (go through the school website to access these sessions)

Monster SATs – Grammar section : Paper 1 and Paper 2 (1 hour)

 

Topic Art

Create a calendar for 2022, using Pixel Art or use the squared paper to create your own art piece

Use Pixilart website to create your own art piece. It could be a Christmas themed piece.

 

Science:

If you have time and you would like to do some research, can you find out who Sir Isaac Newton was? What did he find out about ‘light’? How has his work helped us today?

 

Mr Ulbricht and Miss. Ghani

Year 6

 

Welcome to our Year 6 Class Page. Here you can find out more about what we do in the school day; read about some exciting events and share in our learning.

 

Each term, we engage in different contextualised curricular themes and experiences that revise, develop and extend our knowledge and skills. This term, we will be focussing on these topics:

 

* Amazing Humans

* Let There Be Light

* Survival Of The Fittest

 

Can you tell what these topics might be about?

 

We have all begun working hard to prepare for our SATs tests, in May 2022, and are looking forward to completing these. Our weekly homework tasks are very important, to develop our knowledge and our confidence in each subject.

 

 

Homework 

In Year 6 Homework is particularly important. Not only does it help to develop understanding of work from the classroom but also enables children to develop independence and organisation that will stand them in good stead at secondary school.

The Basic structure of homework in Year 6 is as follows:

 

Individual reading book (daily), using their selected ARA book, Bug Club or MyOn.

 

Spelling practice (daily) based on the weekly spelling patterns taught or spellings in their vocabulary booklet.

 

English Grammar (1 x weekly)

 

Reading Comprehension (1 x weekly)

 

Maths (1 x weekly), based on the skills/ concepts taught in the week.

 

Mental arithmetic (1 x weekly)

 

SATs Revision (Spring Term)

 

Pupils may occasionally be given additional work to revise or research information in relation to the current unit of work.

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