*Friday Update – Well done for working through the week’s tasks 🙂 Miss Lowe and I can’t wait to read your newspapers about Malfoy and the Hippogriff! Remember you can post parts or your whole newspaper on the blog as a comment with a made up email: firstname.lastname@example.org e.g email@example.com or you can email them to us at firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com. We’ll be waiting in anticipation!*
Hello Year 6,
Welcome to the Year 6 blog. From now on, we will be posting the tasks you need to complete over the week in one go. Hopefully, this will enable you to be able to be flexible in your learning and make it work for you and your family.
On this post, you will find 5 English, 5 maths and 3 wider curriculum tasks for you to complete throughout the week.
For English and maths, there will be 5 lessons available. It would be amazing if you could complete one a day – we know this isn’t possible for everyone – so aim for at least 3.
There will also be 3 other tasks to complete which will be the wider curriculum as well as spellings. These may be science, geography, history, PSHE, art or D&T. You can choose when you would like to complete these.
We love reading your comments on the blog and receiving emails from you all, especially pictures of your incredible work; we endeavour to respond as promptly as we can.
Our emails are:
We will continue to post chapters of our story for you to enjoy so keep an eye on the blog for those to appear.
We are both missing you all dearly but so grateful that technology can bring us so much closer together.
Have a great week – we look forward to hearing from you! Just let us know which lesson or activity you are completing on your blog post, so we know how to help you best!
Miss Lowe and Miss Spaven
Here are the individual links for the websites:
From their week 1 tasks – from week beginning 20th April
Lesson 1 (Monday) Newspaper reading comprehension -Fact retrieval
Lesson 2 (Tuesday) Newspaper reading comprehension -Fact retrieval
Lesson 3 (Wednesday) Newspaper: identifying features of a text
Lesson 4 (Thursday) Newspaper: Using direct speech to write quotes
Lesson 5 (Friday) Newspaper: writing a newspaper report
We know you may have already completed one of the reading lessons already from the English for this week but have a go at the other lessons that you haven’t yet explored.
From their week 2 tasks
Lesson 1 (Monday) -Calculating scale factors
Lesson 2 (Tuesday)- Ratio and proportion problems
Lesson 3 (Wednesday) Measure with a protractor
Lesson 4 (Thursday) -Introduce angles
Lesson 5 (Friday) Calculate angles
Geography – https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zrkx6v4