Year 6 home learning week beginning 15/6/20​

Hello Year 6!

Another week where some of us are in school and some of us are still working from home. Wherever you are, we hope you are enjoying your learning and we would love to hear from you so remember you can either post on the blog or email us. 

Our emails are:

If you are at home for the whole week, you can still choose when you want to do the wider curriculum tasks. We would love to see and hear what you get up to!

All children who are coming into school (whether you are Beech or Larch class) you will complete at least session 1-3 of the tasks when you’re in school (maybe even session 4 too if we work really hard!) and then all children will complete the last tasks whenever you are learning from home. For example, this week, Beech class you will complete the end of the week writing for English on Thursday/Friday and Larch you will complete it on Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday.

Larch, you can then email your work to Miss Lowe, Mrs Crook and Mrs Byfield or bring it with you when you next go into school. Beech class you can email to Miss Spaven and Mr Bettles or bring it with you into school. We hope that’s clear!

We have created a video for you to explain the week’s tasks and also just to say hello, so those at home can see our faces 🙂

(most importantly so you can get an update on Miss Spaven’s vegetables!)

We also have an extra reading activity which is the ‘Library Summer Reading Challenge’. It is running virtually this year. You’ll need to sign up online and you can earn your badges there.

We will continue to read the second Famous Five book this week too, so keep an eye on the blog for the next chapters of this book. We hope you are enjoying it as much as the first one. Please let us know!

As always, stay safe and we look forward to seeing and hearing from you all very soon!

Miss Lowe and Miss Spaven


Lesson 1 (Monday) lesson 1: reading focus – comparison

Lesson 2 (Tuesday) lesson 2: reading focus  – prediction

Lesson 3 (Wednesday) lesson 3: identifying the features

Lesson 4 (Thursday)  lesson 4: colons and semi colons

Lesson 5 (Friday)  lesson 5: describing a character


 Video links for the week:

Lesson 1 (Monday): Fractions to percentages

Monday’s answers:

Lesson 2 (Tuesday): Equivalent FDP

Tuesday’s answers:

Lesson 3 (Wednesday): Order FDP

Wednesday’s answers:

Lesson 4 (Thursday): Percentage of an amount

Thursday’s answers:

Lesson 5 (Friday): Maths Challenge

Friday’s answers:


History/ Art

Spanish (scroll down to the lessons on Spanish)



Extra maths

Linked to Monday’s lesson:

Linked to Tuesday’s lesson:

Linked to Wednesday’s lesson:

Linked to Thursday’s lesson:

Extra English

Using apostrophes:

7 thoughts on “Year 6 home learning week beginning 15/6/20​

  • 15th June 2020 at 12:40 pm

    I really enjoyed the lesson 1 maths and lesson 1 English it was great!

    • 15th June 2020 at 1:31 pm

      Well done Emmie – I’m glad you enjoyed it. If you are in school this week, you will be looking at Lessons 1,2 and 3 for maths and English. Perhaps you could have a go at writing a letter of complaint tomorrow and emailing it to me. You can use all of the learning from last week in school to help you.
      Miss Lowe

  • 16th June 2020 at 9:33 am

    That’s what I had planned yesterday it’s like you can read my mind!

    • 16th June 2020 at 9:44 am

      Fantastic Emmie – please will you email me a copy once you’ve written it. I’d love to see!
      Miss Lowe

  • 16th June 2020 at 12:11 pm

    I sent it hope you like it! ?

  • 17th June 2020 at 11:10 am

    I just finished my English and maths and I really enjoyed it!?

    • 17th June 2020 at 11:37 am

      Well done Emmie – remember you will be doing lessons 1 to 3 in school on Thursday and Friday. You don’t want to end up repeating work so try and finish the maths from last week first? Or play on TTRS too.
      Miss Lowe 🙂


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