WOW where has the time gone? If you are like us, you can’t believe that these children are beginning their final year in primary school. It is a very important year for the children - one in which they will have greater responsibility around the school, one full of memorable events and the one in which they will complete their SATs. The children will also be preparing for life after St Philip’s in their new secondary schools. Year 6 is a place where self- confidence, independence and self-worth is highly promoted and it is always wonderful to see them flourish throughout the year. Supporting the children through their journey in Year 6 will be Miss Stewart and Mrs Shea. There are lots to look forward to in Year 6. The residential to Robinwood, Eden Camp and the end of year production (to name a few). We want every child to reach their full potential and be happy at school and we’re sure if we work together we can make this happen!
SPELLING SHED ASSIGNMENT TO COMPLETE
SPAG Homework books p60-61 SEMICOLONS
SPAG Homework books p58-59 COLONS Maths Homework books p47-49 AREA OF TRIANGLES
SPELLING SHED ASSIGNMENT TO COMPLETE
NEW SPELLING SHED ASSIGNEMENT TO BE COMPLETED
NEW SPELLING SHED ASSIGNMENT. TO BE COMPLETED.
Geography- Brazil English- Create a new book front cover and blurb for A Christmas Carol Maths- Arithmetic
Year 6 have been developing their team building skills. They had the tricky task of keeping the ball off the ground while remembering which position they were supposed to be in. They had to work together, remain focused and keep their eye on the ball!
Year 6 has spent this week learning all about life in the trenches. Today they have learnt about The Christmas Truce and recreated the events using freeze frames and taking pictures to show the remarkable occurrence of that day.
Guided Reading- Jane Eyre. English- Plurals and suffixes. Maths- Arthmetic and rounding. PHSCE- A Funny Feeling Inside
Hi Year 6! I forgot to uplaod the word study example for your dictionary dilemma work. Here it is!
Maths- Square and cube numbers and time problems. Guided Reading- Comprehension. English- Word class revision. Art- Mondrian
Guided Reading- Comprehension Shark Attack. English- Dictionary dilemma. Maths- Roman Numerals. P.E- Balance and attack and defend.
Guided Reading- Comprehension Fire Girl. English- Prefixes. Maths- Missing numbers, mulitplying by 2-digit numbers, radius and diameter. Look back at Wednesday's power point to remind you of the rules of radius and diameter. Art- Nature Weaving
Guided Reading- Chapter 15 Room 13. English- Spellings with -fer. Main and Subordinate Clauses. Maths- Converting miles to km.
A gentle reminder about the Year 6 Zoom Registration which happens every morning at 9:30 for a few minutes. Login details for this have been emailed to you and I will send them again just in case you missed it. If your child is unable to join for any reason, please email me to let me know. I'm sure there are lots of technical issues or sometimes it is simply not possible! Thank you as always for your continued support during these strange times. Miss Stewart xxx
Guided Reading- Comprehension. English- Spelling and apostrophes. Maths- 2D and 3D shapes.
Maths- Ordering decimals and word problems. Guided Reading- The Raven English- Subject and Object RE- Gandhi
Lost in Space
Virtual Singing Session 39
Guided Reading- The Raven English- Synonyms and Antonyms Maths- Multiplying by a 2-digit number, radius and diameter. R.E- The Kingdom of God
- Visualising Raven verses 3,4,5,6,7.docx
- circle cut outs.docx
- Missing numbers 2 with ANSWERS.docx
- Diameter and Radius.docx
- The Raven Vocab with Definitions.docx
- The Kingdom of God Values.docx
- Synonyms and Antonyms application.pdf
- The Raven Poem.docx
- Antonym and Synonym table.pdf
- Radius and Diameter problems with ANSWERS.rtf
- Synonyms-and-Antonyms NEW.ppt
Watch out for your Spelling Shed log in details. Your teacher will be sending them out to you by email very shortly.
Year 6 have being taking advantage of the weather and doing their Maths and English lessons outside. They have combined physical exercise with exercising their brains during Maths by trying to beat the clock! And going on a hunt for comprehension questions for our class novel, Room 13.
Hi Everyone, It's Mrs Beaumont here sneaking onto your class page... Sports day is one of my favourite days of the year. I didn't want us to miss out this year so on Tuesday 6th July our school is taking part in a virtual sports day against other schools. All you have to do is have a go at some of the activities attached and submit your scores here by 12 noon on Wednesday 8th July - https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfdEX8xOo-PtkFwasg0B7deXM1uzvMQMFAPwpKCU9yEKG6qqg/closedform. You do not have to do all of the activities and can pick and choose which ones you would like to do. The more points you submit for our school the bigger our chance of winning. There are awards of sports equipment goody bags for Team work, Determination and Passion. BUT REMEMBER- The most important thing is to have LOTS OF FUN! Just like we always do at our St Philip's Sports Days! For more details and all the activities see the attached document.
https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/ White Rose Maths video tutorials.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/levels/zbr9wmn BBC Bitesize KS2
http://www.primaryhomeworkhelp.co.uk/ Primary Homework help
https://dictionary.cambridge.org/ Online dictionary
https://www.educationquizzes.com/ks2/ Education Quizzes
Year 6 have been racking their brains with given clues and predicting what their next class book is going to be. On Friday we found an object from the book at the bottom of the field and they had to investigate!