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YEAR 6 HOME LEARNING

Homework - 21st January 2022

Dear parents and carers, 

This week's homework is grammar based. Please see the attached differentiated worksheets on punctuating grammar. After doing this, they could have a go at writing a story with direct speech in it, remembering that when a new character is speaking they must start a new line. 

Have a lovely weekend,

Mrs Neale

Punctuating Speech Worksheet

 

HOMEWORK - 14TH JANUARY 2022

Please see the attached maths sheet for this week's homework. 

This relates to our maths lesson today so this learning should be nice and fresh in their minds. Please select an appropriate level for your child, Developing, Expected or Greater Depth. 

Answers are on the final sheet - we encourage the children to mark their own work and correct their slips/errors independently. 

Have a great weekend! 

DECIMAL PLACES

 

 

Year 6

Home learning activities for week beginning

Monday 10th  January 2021

As always, just do your best with home learning. If you or your child are unwell, we would not expect you to do the activities as your well-being is more important. Each family circumstance will be different, so just do what you can.

Maths

We begin a new maths unit this week of decimals and will start off by recapping some of the learning from year 5 with numbers to two decimal places and understanding thousandths.  

Day of the week

Topic

Link to activity

Monday

LO: to find fractions of an amount

Lesson Slides

Worksheet

Answer Sheet

Tuesday

LO: to find the whole

Lesson Slides

Worksheet

Answers

Wednesday

Consolidation on fractions learning

 

We will be doing an end of block assessment today and looking at areas that we need to revise from our fractions block.

 

Take a look at the BBC Bitesize link where you can find all the lessons we have covered during this unit. You might feel you need to go over finding equivalents, or simplifying fractions – if so, have a go at these lessons. Even if you feel confident in everything, revising and practicing will only make you quicker and more efficient. Good luck!

 

BBC Bitesize - Fractions

Thursday

LO: to understand thousandths

Lesson Slides

Worksheet

Answer Sheet

Friday

LO: to explore numbers to three decimal places

Lesson Slides

Worksheet

Answer Sheet

 

Please see the scheme on learning here (fractions) and here (decimals) to help you understand the small steps your child will be learning.

 

As usual, please encourage your child to log onto Time Tables Rock Stars daily to practise their times tables. If you need to get a reminder of their log in, please don’t hesitate to contact me via Mrs Knight in the school office.

English

Our new topic this term is ‘Who’s the Mummy?’, an Ancient Egyptian theme. We will begin by writing our own Egyptian Myths and then move onto creating our own portal story for of suspense.

See attached PowerPoint and resources.

Day of the week

Topic

Activity

Monday

LO: to develop the description of a character

In class this week, we are working towards writing our own Egyptian myth. I have broken the activity into lessons, but you may find that you prefer to do this over a longer period of time on one day. Nothing worse that stopping when you’re in the flow of writing – so make the most of having more flexibility as you’re at home.

 

Things you will need to do to be successful:

  • Develop a really good bank of sentences that will describe your character
  • Plan your myth. What will happen in each section? Remember, we tend to stick to five sections: beginning, build-up, problem, resolution and ending. See the PPT I have attached that shows how this looks for the Iris and Osiris myth we looked at last week (see last week’s planning for the attachment)
  • Write a draft – you can do this on the computer, or by hand. But, it is important to tell yourself that this isn’t your perfect finished article, you will come back to it to make improvements. Ask an adult or sibling to read it through for you after you have tried to make all the improvements you can. Use an online thesaurus to help you improve your word choices too.
  • Publish your writing. If you have used a computer, can you add pictures to your story? You could even use PowerPoint to make it into a picture book you could share with a younger child, perhaps even making a video with audio of you reading it added to it. It’s up to you!

 

I have included the week’s PPT for you to look at to guide you through this activity.

Tuesday

LO: to sequence my own Egyptian myth

Wednesday

LO: to draft my Egyptian myth

Thursday

LO: to assess my own writing

Friday

LO: to publish Egyptian myth

 

Reading – Read your book for at least 20 minutes each day. Choose two of the activities below to do over the course of the week:

  • Write a summary about what you have read so far
  • Draw your favourite scene
  • Create a playscript of the story you are reading
  • Write a prediction of what will happen next in the story
  • If you finish the book, write a review (you could create a double page spread that can be put into our reading scrapbook)

In class, we will also be studying stretching our reading skills to look at some articles on smoking, drugs and alchohol (in line with our RHE curriculum lesson we had before Christmas) and Holes by Louis Sachar.

Reading

Drugs and Alcohol

 Print article

Reading

Stories from Former Smokers

Print article

Reading

Holes by Louis Sachar

Print Ch1 and Ch2

 

Science –  No science in this topic

RE –  

The Bible is by far the best-selling book of all time.

The word Bible means book, although actually it is a collection of different kinds of books or writings, which we call Holy Scripture. It tells of God’s love and how people responded to that love. The books of the Old Testament tell of the events before the coming of Jesus. The New Testament tells of the birth, life, passion, death and resurrection of Jesus and of how the Church began and grew as it spread the Good News.

Much of what is in the Bible started with telling a story orally and passing it on from one generation to the next. Gradually, over a very long period of time the stories were collated and written down. There are seventy-three books in the Bible, forty-six in the Old Testament and twenty-seven in the New Testament. Nobody knows exactly when each book was written. We do know that it took a thousand years or more for all the books to be completed. The last book was written at the end of the first century AD.

Over many years, many different authors have contributed writings, so there are poetry, letters, prayers, history, documentaries, drama, legend, biography in fact any kind of writing or genre that you would find in a good library. All these authors, regardless of the style in which they wrote, wanted to tell one thing – the truth about God and his love for his people.

The Holy Spirit inspired the authors in their writing. This is why the Church family believes that the Holy Spirit is also the author of the Bible. When Christians read the Bible or listen to the Readings during the Liturgy of Word at Mass, God is truly present and those who hear the Word come, through the power of Holy Spirit, to know and love God the Father and Jesus who was sent by God, to show God’s love for everyone. It was written in three different languages and on three different continents. The Old Testament was originally written in Hebrew, with a few chapters in the prophecies of Ezra and Daniel written in Aramaic. Whilst the New Testament was written in different languages, mainly Greek. Its many authors include fishermen, kings, prophets, poets and musicians. The Bible has been translated into countless different languages and versions.

The Bible is divided into two sections:

The Old Testament – texts written before Jesus Christ was born and covering God’s dealings with the ancient Hebrew world and its people.

The New Testament – writings following the death of Jesus and covering his life and teaching, the establishment of the Christian church, and letters from church leaders.

 We share the Old Testament with the Jewish people. They call it the ‘Hebrew Scriptures’. However, the order and number of the books is slightly different. All Christians share the Bible, Old and New Testaments, but the number and order of the books is often different.

Both Jewish people and Christians treat Holy Scripture, with great reverence and respect, because they believe it is the Word of God. At Mass, the Scriptures are placed on a special reading desk called a ‘lectern’ and are read with care and reverence. At the end of the reading, the priest kisses the Scriptures.

Paul, in his letter to the people of Rome, who were suffering persecution for their faith, explains how Scripture helps us:

Everything written in the Scriptures was written to teach us, in order that we might have hope through the patience and encouragement which the Scriptures give us. And may God, the source of patience and encouragement, enable you to have the same point of view among yourselves by following the example of Christ Jesus, so that all of you together may praise with one voice the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ.

Romans 15: 4-6

(Note that Catholics have 73 books in their Bible not 66, because some Christian Churches do not include some of the books that Catholics do.)

SOME KEY QUESTIONS

  1. What kinds of stories are passed on in your family? What do they tell you about your family?
  2. What do you think the people of God might have thought was important to remember and pass on?
  3. Why is the Bible important to Christians?
  4. When do you hear the Bible being read?
  5. How is the Holy Spirit the author of the Bible?
  6. What do you think is the hope that Paul is referring to in his letter to the Romans? (Hint: it could be the hope for Salvation, for Eternal life.)

 

SOME SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES

  • Look up a reference, for example, Matthew 5: 13-16 in different versions of the Bible. Record the text, note and comment on any differences found and say which version you like and why. Show how the text might influence and shape the life of a Christian
  • Look at a selection of books in the Bible, both the Old and New Testaments. Find out what they are about and classify them into different genres. It may be useful to use Good News Bibles for this purpose.
  • Look at as many different versions of the Bible as you can. (Invite the children to bring in any they may have at home.) Note down similarities and any differences that you find. Decide on a ‘Code of Respect’ for how to treat your Bible. Think about and note down where and how it should be kept and treated.

 

History –  2 lessons

We will be mummifying tomatoes this week. Have a go at this activity.

We will also be learning about the discovery of the Rosetta stone – carry out some research on how it was discovered and what historians learnt about the ancient Egyptian writing.

We will then be making our own cartouches, writing out own names in Egyptian hieroglyphs. See the attached hieroglyph and cartouche sheets.

ICT –  Continue with your typing practice with Typing Club. You could practice your new typing skills by typing up your writing in English. Your username is you initials and there is no password to put in, just click login.

PE - Try and get outside if you have a garden. If it is rainy why not ask your family to put on an exercise video that you can enjoy. The Joe Wicks ones are still on You Tube or maybe try Just Dance or similar.

Spellings –  spellings with the sound ‘er’.

heard

soldier

research

herd

determined

government

favourite

average

controversy

desperate

Can you use each of these words in a sentence? Perhaps you can look up what each of these words mean.

It is always good to practise words you have learnt previously to help you remember their correct spelling. Have a go at this game, picking some spelling lists from previous years.

Cartouche template

English Egyptian Myth Writing PPT

Heiroglyph Word Mat

 

 

HOMEWORK - 7TH JANUARY 2022

Welcome back to all our lovely year 6s! 

This week's homework is a revision of synonyms and antonyms. 

A refresher video here for anyone that needs it. 

Complete the attached sheet and then you may mark it yourself with the answers on the second sheet. 

You can also find a fast-paced game here if you want to practice your antonym and synonym knowledge more. 

HOMEWORK SHEET - PLEASE CLICK

 

 

Year 6

Home learning activities for week beginning

Tuesday 4th January 2022

As always, just do your best with home learning. If you or your child are unwell, we would not expect you to do the activities as your well-being is more important. Each family circumstance will be different, so just do what you can.

Maths

We continue our learning in fractions for the first few days of the term. You may find you need to recap on multiplying fractions (especially for Thursday’s lesson where you’ll be using BIDMAS) – these videos will be helpful:

Day of the week

Topic

Link to activity

Monday

BANK HOLIDAY

 

Tuesday

LO: to divide fractions by an integer (1)

Lesson Slides

Worksheet

Answer Sheet

Wednesday

LO: to divide fractions by an integer (2)

Lesson Slides

Worksheet

Answer Sheet

Thursday

LO: to use four rules when calculating fractions

Lesson Slides

Worksheet

Answer Sheet

Friday

LO: to find fractions of an amount

Lesson Slides

Worksheet

Answer Sheet

 

Please see the scheme on learning here to help you understand the small steps your child will be learning.

As usual, please encourage your child to log onto Time Tables Rock Stars daily to practise their times tables. If you need to get a reminder of their log in, please don’t hesitate to contact me via Mrs Knight in the school office.

English

Our new topic this term is ‘Who’s the Mummy?’, an Ancient Egyptian theme. We will begin by writing our own Egyptian Myths and then move onto creating our own portal story for of suspense.

See attached PowerPoint and resources.

 

Day of the week

Topic

Activity

Monday

 

 

Tuesday

LO: to explore creation stories

Look at the creation stories on the PPT and in the attached links. Create a table of the similarities and differences between the stories.

 

You may wish to discuss other creation stories you know, or research them further on the internet.

Wednesday

LO: to understand the features of an Egyptian myth

Read the story of Isis and Osiris. This is our model text for our myth writing. What features do you notice in the story? Take a look at slide 25 for some clues about what you need to include to write an effective myth.

 

Note: we are not just look at grammatical features so this shouldn’t be a list of writing devices such as ‘capital letters and full stops’. However, you might want to think about whether speech is included, what kind of tense it is written in, is it formal or informal/active or passive voice?  

Thursday

LO: to develop character and setting

You may wish to do this lesson after you have carried out some research in Ancient Egypt.

 

Setting

What kind of setting is your myth going to be set in? How would you describe it? You can produce a drawing or painting to display your setting and gather together lots of interesting vocabulary that will describe it and bring it to life for your reader.

 

Character

Slide 29 on the PPT shows a variety of gods and goddesses that you may want to include in your myth. We will have learnt about most of these when we looked at the Egyptian creation story on Tuesday. You may want to research your chosen one a bit more. Thinking about what they’re the god or goddess of, how would this effect their character? How would you describe them. Remember, it is not just adjectives alone that describe a character, adverbs and expanded noun phrases should too, for example:

‘The majestic and poised Nut looked down gracefully from high in the sky.’

You can use this opportunity to come up with phrases as well as just single words to describe your character/s.

Friday

LO: to use senses to describe a setting

Follow the slides on the PPT.

 

Reading – Read your book for at least 20 minutes each day. Choose two of the activities below to do over the course of the week:

  • Write a summary about what you have read so far
  • Draw your favourite scene
  • Create a playscript of the story you are reading
  • Write a prediction of what will happen next in the story
  • If you finish the book, write a review (you could create a double page spread that can be put into our reading scrapbook)

In class, we will also be studying the lyrics of songs from musicals.

Defying Gravity from Wicked

Waving through a Window from Dear Evan Hansen

Science –  No science in this topic

RE –  Talk about books and how you use them. Note that only a few hundred years ago, books were only for the very rich, as they were costly and written by hand by monks. Later, when printing was first invented, they were still expensive and also very few people could read. Nowadays, books are for everyone.

Discuss whether Kindle or electronic books would ever completely replace actual books. Is it a book or not? What makes a book a book? What are the pros and cons? Is it possible to imagine a world without books? Talk about how books enrich our lives, whether they are electronic or hard copies, how they can take us beyond our environment and our own thoughts and ideas. Discuss how books might have influenced your thinking, ideas or behaviour.

Make a list of all the books you use over the course of the week, why you use them and what for.

Books I have used

Why I used them

What its use is

 

 

 

  1. Which book would you most like to own and why?
  2. Which kind of books are the most helpful to you and why?
  3. Which kind of book would you give a friend or a family member and why?
  4. Why should we treat books with care?
  5. If you wrote a book, what kind would it be and why?
  6. How would you feel if you had a book of your own printed?

 

History – See the link to the PowerPoint, Photos and Worksheet.

Follow the PPT. For this lesson you are going to be looking into artefacts from Ancient Egypt. You can use the internet to further your research but there are photos included to help you. If you have a printer, you may print the worksheet out but this is also a chance for you to be creative and gather your learning about the artefact/s you have chosen in whatever way you wish; double page spread, a poster, a PowerPoint presentation of your own. It’s up to you!

Geography – Internet Research Lesson – Egypt.

Useful websites:

Use your research to create a leaflet about Egypt. Include a map of the country and label it (you may want to draw it yourself, or print one out to label).

Things to think about including:

  • Population
  • Culture
  • Climate
  • Things to do
  • Popular places to visit

ICT –  Continue with your typing practice with Typing Club. You could practice your new typing skills by typing up your writing in English. Your username is you initials and there is no password to put in, just click login.

PE - Try and get outside if you have a garden. If it is rainy why not ask your family to put on an exercise video that you can enjoy. The Joe Wicks ones are still on You Tube or maybe try Just Dance or similar.

French (KS2 only) –  Dash and Blink: Forgotten French

Spellings –  spellings with the sound ‘air’.

aware

therefore

dictionary

compare

necessary

wear

heir

prayer

ancient

Egyptian

Can you use each of these words in a sentence? Perhaps you can look up what each of these words mean.

It is always good to practise words you have learnt previously to help you remember their correct spelling. Have a go at this game, picking some spelling lists from previous years.

Tues - Greek Creation Story

Wed - Isis & Osiris

Ancient Egyptians - Powerpoint

Ancient Egyptians - Photos

Ancient Egyptians - Worksheet

English - Powerpoint
 

 

 

 

HOME LEARNING - 13TH DECEMBER 2021

Year 6

Home learning activities for week beginning

Monday 13th December 2021

As always, just do your best with home learning. If you or your child are unwell, we would not expect you to do the activities as your well-being is more important. Each family circumstance will be different, so just do what you can.

There is a variety of off timetable activities happening this week in school. If you are off on the Friday – we will also be having a Christmas Quiz – you may like to compete against your family with this one and see who is most knowledgeable about 2021. Good luck!

Some Christmas activities you might like to do:

  • Baking – There is always something yummy you could make for this time of year. Perhaps challenge yourself to something you’ve never made before.
  • Christmas Cards
  • Paper Chains
  • Make something our of Lego that is Christmas themed
  • Write a Christmas poem
  • Come up with your own Christmas jokes to share during your Christmas dinner

Maths

  • Times tables practice – Log onto TTRS and see if you can improve you rock star status.
  • Christmas Activity Booklet (see link below – answers included). Do over a number of days.

English

  • Watch this video and pick at of the activities at the bottom of the page to complete.
  • Write a review of your favourite Christmas movie.
  • Using the Passive Verb Revision (see link below)
  • Cohesion Revision (see link below)
  • Parenthesis Revision (see link below)

Science –  See the PPT on adaptation. How do Animals and Plant evolve and adapt over time to help them survive in their environment. You may like to carry out your own research into this – there are plenty of experiments/activities that can be found carried out at home.

RE –  See attached PPT re: John the Baptist. Watch the video on the powerpoint detailing who John the Baptist was. Again, you may wish to carry out your own research for this. You will need a bible to for the reading on one of the first slides (use your one at home, or online).

ICT –  Continue with your typing practice with Typing Club. Log onto DB Primary to see if you have any of the Ace Race activities left to complete.

PE - Try and get outside if you have a garden. If it is rainy why not ask your family to put on an exercise video that you can enjoy.

French (KS2 only) –  Have a go at listening to one of the French stories on this link and learning the French vocabulary in it.

SpellingsTake a look at the spelling we have been doing since September – are there any that you are unsure of? Practise these and perhaps ask a family member to test you on them.

Science Adaption Lesson

RE Lesson

Passive Voice Revision

Parenthesis Revision

Cohesion Revison

Christmas Maths Activity Booklet

Christmas Maths Activity - answers

 

HOMEWORK - 10TH DECEMBER 2021

Homework this week is to continue with the advent calendar in maths set in last week's homework.  Continue to read and practise your times tables.

Have a good weekend

 

HOME LEARNING - 6TH DECEMBER 2021

Year 6

Home learning activities for week beginning

Monday 6th December 2021

As always, just do your best with home learning. If you or your child are unwell, we would not expect you to do the activities as your well-being is more important. Each family circumstance will be different, so just do what you can.

Maths

Day of the week

Topic

Link to activity

Monday

Subtract Fractions

n/a

Tuesday

Subtracting Fractions

Video

Worksheet

Answers

Wednesday

Mixed addition and subtraction

Video

Worksheet

Answers

Thursday

Multiply fractions by integers

Video

Worksheet

Answers

Friday

Multiply fractions by fractions

Video

Worksheet

Answers

English

Day of the week

Topic

Activity

Monday

LO: to generate vocabulary to describe a setting

Lesson Link

Tuesday

LO: to generate language to describe a character

Lesson Link

Wednesday

LO: to write an opening

Lesson Link

Thursday

LO: to generate vocabulary to write a build-up

Lesson Link

Friday

LO: to practise writing speech

Lesson Link

 

Science –  We continue our learning about evolution. Take a look at this BBC Bitesize lesson that shows some key vocabulary we have been learning.

Use the internet to research an animal and see how they have evolved over time to adapt to their environment, just like the finches did on the Galapagos Islands.

RE –  See attached PPT on Incarnation. Answer the questions at the end of the PPT as fully as you can. You may wish to research further the incarnation has been depicted in artwork over the years and how this is similar to the artwork we looked at for with annunciation.

ICT –  Continue with your typing practice with Typing Club. Log onto DB Primary to see if you have any of the Ace Race activities left to complete.

PE - Try and get outside if you have a garden. If it is rainy why not ask your family to put on an exercise video that you can enjoy.

French (KS2 only) –  Dash and Blink: Forgotten French

Art-  See the attached PPT explaining the activity drawing the Evolution of Man artwork. Practise your hatching and cross-hatching to create contoured shapes. Which one is most successful? On the third slide there is an example of sfumato (shading to create a ‘smoked’ effect), have a go at recreating your own version. You could use something in your house to draw, a Christmas decoration perhaps.

Once you have practised these techniques, apply them in a recreation of the Evolution of Man drawing on the final slide.

SpellingsTake a look at the spelling we have been doing since September – are there any that you are unsure of? Practise these and perhaps ask a family member to test you on them.

 

HOMEWORK - 3RD DECEMBER 2021

Weekly Home Learning for Year 6

Well - we have made it to the end of another week! I just want to congratulate the children on how super they have been this week with the measures we are putting in place to keep safe AND doing assessments. They are absolute superstars! 

This week our home learning is maths themed and will take us up until the end of term with a problem-solving advent calendar. 

https://nrich.maths.org/advent-primary

Have fun! 

Isolating Home Learning - 2-3/12/21 

Thursday 2nd December 2021

Maths 

Video - https://vimeo.com/471389642

Worksheet - https://resources.whiterosemaths.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/Y6-Autumn-Block-3-WO7-Add-fractions-2019.pdf

Answers - https://resources.whiterosemaths.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/Y6-Autumn-Block-3-ANS7-Add-fractions-2019.pdf 

English - https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-analyse-a-visual-clip-c8v6ct

Spelling - https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-investigate-more-prefixes-6nj3cr

Geography - https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/what-time-is-it-in-different-countries-

c8w34r?activity=intro_quiz&step=1

Reading - Continue to read your chosen book for 20 minutes 

Times Tables Rock Stars for 20 minutes

Adding Word Fractions - 1

Adding Word Fractions - 2

 

Friday 3rd December 2021

Spelling - https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-investigate-and-apply-prefixes-6mt32r

Grammar - https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-explore-the-past-present-and-future-progressive-tense-6djk2c

Maths - Fractions Word Problems (Attached Below) *There are two levels of difficulty*

Computing - Log onto DB Primary and complete the lessons on the Ace Race Pathway. 

Science - Log onto DB Primary to complete the lesson of Evolution and Inheritance.

 

HOME LEARNING - 1ST DECEMBER 2021

If you are continuing to isolate, please see the home learning that can be completed for 1st December 2021. 

We continue to carry out assessments in Maths, Reading and Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling so our normal timetable of lessons isn't happening today. 

Maths - Times Tables Rock Stars. You may also like to have a go at the times tables challenges on https://www.transum.org/Tables/Times_Tables.asp

English - We are carrying out a Reading assessment in our lesson today so follow these BBC Bitesize lessons to revise recently learnt grammar and punctuation: 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z6g98xs

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z92fhcw

Reading - please read for 20 minutes and write a summary paragraph of what has happened so far in the story (or facts you have learnt if your book is non-fiction) you are reading. 

RHE - We will be looking at Cyberbullying and the causes and effects of it. 

Have a watch of this video https://www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/watch/what-is-cyberbullying

Discuss and consider what advice you would give in these scenarios: 

  • What would you say to someone who is being bullied?
  • What would you say to someone who has seen cyberbullying?
  • What would you say to someone has realised that he's been unkind? 

 

HOME LEARNING - 29TH NOVEMBER 2021

Home Learning for Monday 29th November 2021

Good morning,

Should you find that you need to keep your child at home today – please see below the home learning they need can complete.

We are focussing on finishing our Charles Darwin diary entries over two lessons for English:

  1. Plan diary entry
    • Four sections (initial thoughts of the voyage, Galapagos Islands, months later and then an entry towards the end of his voyage summing it up).
  2. Write a draft of diary entry
    • Focus use of conjunctive adverbs; semi colons/colons for linking clauses or a detailed list; expanded noun phrases included a prepositional phrase and a relative clause to extra detail.

We will be editing these on Tuesday ready to publish.

Science - https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/how-do-fossils-provide-evidence-for-evolution-6gt3ce?from_query=fossils

Children could combine this lesson with a walk around their garden, or local area is not isolating to observe nature and wildlife in the same way that Darwin would have done.

Spelling – look up the meaning of your spelling words this week and use them in a sentence. Can you use more than one of them in the same sentence? Get someone else to test you on them and highlight any that you are finding tricky and need to practice more.

Time Tables Rock Stars – year 5 have a MUCH higher average than us because a few of the members of that class have put in a mammoth effort over the weekend. We are neck and neck for points though. Get yourself logged on and let’s see if we can make a difference to our average!

 

HOMEWORK - 26TH NOVEMBER 2021

Hi Parents and Carers, 

Please see attached Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling mat for home learning this week. 

Hope you have a lovely weekend. 

Best Wishes, Amy Neale

Please click here for attachment

 

Homework - 19th November 2021

Dear Parents and carers,

This week’s homework is maths based. We have started our new unit on fractions and it will be beneficial for the children consolidate some of their learning.

The attached sheets have three different levels, your child can pick which one they would like to do. One set of sheets is fluency based questions and the other is reasoning and problem solving. Both sets have the answers on the last sheet so that your child can use to ‘mark’ their own work.

Have a great weekend!

Amy Neale

Reasoning & Problem Solving - click for details

Varied Fluency - click for details

 

Homework 12.11.21 (Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling)

Please see the attachment for the editing activity for children to complete – if you do not have access to a printer, children can complete from the screen making their editing corrections as they go along writing it out on paper.

Team Year 6,

Can you spot all the mistakes in the two paragraphs? Once you are sure you have found all you can, you will need to re-write the new and improved version, being sure to include all your corrections. If you are hand-writing it, be sure to use your very best handwriting!

Good luck, Mrs Neale

HOMEWORK - 12TH NOVEMBER 2021 - PLEASE CLICK FOR DETAILS

 

YEAR 6 HOMEWORK - 5TH NOVEMBER 2021 - PLEASE CLICK FOR DETAILS

 

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