Online lessons at home- Maths
This link will direct you to a series on online lessons.
The lessons come in weekly blocks of five and are designed to help your child with essential maths skills. Most lessons are about 15 - 20 minutes long and build up knowledge step by step, so we suggest that you follow the lessons in order, starting with week one.
Should you need it, this link will direct you to the parental help page.
You may need to sign up to the NCETM site to login. (NCETM is a official government endorsed site)
Hello Year Six,
We are missing you all very much. I will post weekly learning tasks on this page for you. Don't forget to log on to TT Rockstars and Purple Mash.
Stay safe year Six
Update 22nd May 2020
Hello Year Six, I hope you are all well and enjoyed your tasks over the last few weeks.
I have put a link below, that takes you to the BBC Bitesize website and the year six page.
This page contains revision units for you to help you revise the learning in English you have covered in year six.
There is also the White Rose link that takes you to your daily Maths lesson. Each lesson contains a video to support and help your learning and then tasks to complete.
Stay safe year six, we miss you all.
Update 20th April 2020
The Language of Persuasion
Gather a range of products from around the home and study the language.
Which words and phrases have been used to encourage you to buy the products? You could also watch TV adverts for different products and consider the language of persuasion used by sellers.
Can you create an advert for a product in your house or a new product that you have designed, making it as persuasive as possible?
Which words and phrases will you include to make someone want to buy?
Share with friends and family – can you persuade them to buy your product?
All about Character
Place yourself in the shoes of one of the characters you have just read about and write a diary entry of a key moment from the story.
Try to choose a moment in the story in which the character has plenty of interaction and emotion to share in a diary entry.
Your diary entry should be around a page in length and contain information you learnt from the book when the character was in that specific place and time.
Remember, when you are writing a diary entry you are writing it from first person perspective. It is usually, but not always, written in present tense.
You could try to ensure you are using informal words and phrases and include some parenthesis and adverbials to add extra detail.
Don't forget to keep revising your statutory year 5 and 6 spellings
Last term, pupils had an amazing time when they went on residential to Colomendy - North Wales.
Colomendy is set within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, in beautiful woodland with views of Moel Famau.
Pupils had the opportunity to push themselves to the limits whilst participating in high-intensity activities, including a high ropes course woven amongst the trees.
Pupils loved their experience and were extremely saddened to come home!
Please go to The Gallery to see more pictures from our fabulous residential!
Home Learning Mathematics - 6th May 2020
Each lesson has a video clip to show you the focus of the lesson and a task to complete.