Year 6

Monday 4th January 2021

Good morning Year 6,

Happy New Year to you all, but it isn't the start that I was expecting!

As you will all be aware by now, Ladbrooke, as well as many other schools, will be closed for the next two weeks. I will miss seeing your faces in class but am hoping to do some live face to face learning when we all get used to Teams. Today, you will be receiving your username and password via email and I would highly recommend you attempting to log in and familarise yourself with this new learning platform. I have already posted some assignments! If you are unable to use Teams, please let me know asap.

If you are unable to get onto Teams, I will be posting your daily tasks on this page for a short time, so please check everyday.

Hopefully, it will not be too long before we are all back in the classroom learning together, but in the meantime I really need to you to demonstrate your excellent learning capabilities and work ethic by getting on (without moaning to your parents!) with the tasks I set. I will also be available on the phone (school number) and email (when I am not teaching the key worker children) so you can always ask, if you are unsure of a particular activity.

I will try to be as organised as possible, so you will probably find the daily/weekly tasks will be uploaded early, this does not mean you have to do them all early, but it will give you an idea of your next activities.

More detail will be given on these activities in the videos I will be uploading or any live learning through Teams.

Tuesday 5th January 2021

If you have been able to access my video for today, you should start today with the 6 a day. If not, here is a sudoku to try.

Comprehension - The Dodo (Answers on the back page! Please don't check until you have completed all of the questions)

Maths - Decimals - Recap. My video    Powerpoint 1 Up to 2dp Activity  Target your Maths pages   Nrich (challenge) activity

English - Slow Write - describing a setting. My video

Science - Introducing our new topic Forces. What is weight? Activity

 

Wednesday 6th January 2021

Continue with your sudoku you started yesterday or hopefully you can access my video for today's 6 a day.

Comprehension - Diamonds (Answers are on the back page, but please don't look at them until you have completed the quesions)

Maths - Decimals My video- compare and order decimals. Catch up Quiz, video, worksheet and interactive game.              Challenge activity from Level up book p132  p133

English - Speech punctuation. Watch my video to support this learning

PE - Use this time to get some fresh air - go for a walk or jog, bike ride or play in your garden etc

 

Thursday 7th January 2021

Comprehension - Between the Lines

Maths - Decimals - rounding decimals. My video Target your Maths Rounding 1  Rounding 2

English - Editing Challenge 1  Challenge 2  Challenge 3 

Topic - Lauching our new topic - Flight - paper aeroplanes.

 

Friday 8th January 2021

Comprehension - The Volcano (Answers are on the back page, but please don't look at them until you have completed the quesions)

Maths - Arithmetic paper

English - Prefix examples Prefix activity prefix wordsearch

French - 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Monday 13th - Friday 17th July 2020

Hello Year 6. Did you manage to listen to my goodbye message to you on Potters Bar Radio? I hope you enjoyed it. Well, this is your last week at Ladbrooke JMI School. For all of you, this week is going to be very relaxed, as it would be if you were at school, but for those children in school, this week is an opportunity to say goodbye to some of your friends, staff members and share another little surprise. You will continue to sign your shirts ready to take home as well as you reports on either Tuesday or Thursday, depending on what Bubble you are in. Those joining us on Thursday for our leaver's celebration will be given a bag of their books and their report to take home.

Homelearners:

This week, I would like you to write a letter to your class friends, those you haven't seen in a while and after Thursday, may not see agan for some time. Tell them what you have been up to, how you feel about finishing primary school and any advice you might want to say - this is in plave of not being able to sign their shirts.

French - New video and lesson page to complete

TT Rockstars - make the most of this last week. Can you finish primary school further up the table?

Prefects - If you still haven't done this, please produce a, 'How to be a...' passage of writing, telling the new prefects how to successfully fulfil the role of ICT, Curriculum or Playground prefect.

I am looking forward to seeing you all on Thursday, so I can say goodbye to you all in person.

                                 __________________________________

 

Home Learning

Please find a link to Year Six's home learning booklet

Whilst at home over the next few weeks, please keep busy with some of the suggested activities within the class booklet. Ensure you complete some Maths and English each day. I will be setting a daily task on this page - this might be taken from the booklet or maybe in the form of an activity from one of the suggested websites.

During this time, I think it would be a great idea to write your own diary about all that has happened. This historic world event will be looked back on in years to come and you could create a resource that your children, grandchildren and great grandchildren will read in wonder. I know it may seem like a confusing time right now, but this will pass and things will go back to some kind of normal, but to make sure we never forget it, write your thoughts and feelings down to look back on.

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Please don't feel like you have to do the daily tasks, they are just suggested. It is much more important that you are happy and healthy. Sometimes, you might just want to colour! I know I do! I have found some mindfulness colouring (that need to be printed off) for those times when you want to keep busy, but don't really want to think about it.   1   2   3   4

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*CAMHS (Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service) have put together some resources at this time to support children who may be suffering with anxiety over the current (or other) situation/s. The link can be found here, where you will find videos, downloads, books, apps and website recommendations.

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Book reviews

I hope you have been reading lots during this time. I love reading and am so pleased that I finally have the time to do so and in the garden as well, in between home schooling my boys of course!

Thank you to some of the class who have written reviews and emailed them to me so I can share. Have a read of them and see what books are being recommended.

Eren   Emma   George   Kenny   Mia  Mia  Ana  Adrian  Ben Yusra  Ella Eren Zakir pg1 pg1

                          ______________________

Word searches

Sasha   Emma   Adrian   Zac  Kenny  Ana

                           _______________________

Word Art

Eren  Emma Adrian Ben Tom Zac

                         ___________________________

I will be uploading a week's worth of work from now on, so it may look like a lot of work but it won't all be for you individually, look carefully for the work your particular group is being asked to complete. Any queries, don't hesitate to email but please be mindful that I am teaching all day so will endeavour to reply as soon as I can.

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*Updated Thursday 9th July

I have recorded a little message for all the year 6 Leavers - which is being played on Potters Bar radio on Friday 10th July at 10am. It would be lovely if you could all listen live. The radio station can be found at this link - http://www.pbradio.co.uk/. I have also been informed that you can listen through your Alexa if you have one - Amazon Alexa
You can listen to PBR1 through your Alexa device. Log in to your Amazon account and search for the “Potters Bar Radio” skill. Enable it for free, and then ask Alexa or FireStick to “Play Potters Bar Radio”. You may also use the Alexa app on smartphones and tablets.

I have also found out that Boris Johnson will be addressing all school leavers at the exactly the same time on Friday (I wonder which you will choose to listen to!). His statement could probably be listened to again at a later date. This can be found in either of these two places:

Facebook

 and 
 YouTube
 
Obviously, you will need adult guidance to access these sites, as well as adult supervision when listening.

Monday 6th - Friday 10th July 

Hello Year 6. Please start to bring in your shirts to be signed this week, this way all of the children in the different year 6 bubbles can sign them. Hopefully, the children not coming into school will be attending our Leaver’s picnic and so they will be able to sign your shirts then. Also, bring in some plastic bags or a rucksack, as I will be continuing to send home school books.

This week, we are starting our projects. These would normally have been set as part of your homework after the SATs, but we have decided to do these as part of our class work. This video introduces the projects. When in class, these projects will take the place of your English and Maths lessons that you may have become used to. You will be expected to complete more at home.

This is also Health and Fitness week, which means, for most of you, your homelearning tasks will consist of health and fitness activities (as well as completing your projects). Miss Webster has put together a plan for you to enjoy at home. Not only will you compete in our Sock Olympics, there are a range of challenges that I would like you to work through.
Please click here to find out more about Health and Fitness week.
Thank you to some of the Year 6 children who have helped organise the Sock Olympics, in the form of video demonstrations. Within the document Miss Webster has put together, you will see links to these videos. Press Ctrl and then click on the link.

For your information:
Transition – Last week, we made a list of questions you have about starting secondary school. Today, we will be answering them with the support of ex year 6 pupils and their experiences. We will have a look at maps of some of the schools you will be attending and possible timetables.
Home STEM tasks – More Science tasks to have a go at.
FrenchNew video to watch and lesson page to complete.

Prefects - if you haven't alread done this, please can you write about your role in a piece of writing entitled: 'How to be a ..... prefect' (ICT, Curriculum or Playground). This document will help the next prefects know how to do the role successfully.

 
 
                                                                                Monday 6th July 
Please make sure you read these instructions carefully, ensuring that you are completing the right activity for your bubble. Remember this is to also work on how you manage your workload, how are you going to complete your given work?

Bubble 1 and 2 Start projects in class
Bubble 3 and 4 Start projects at home. Watch video and decide what you will do your project on. Email any work completed or save on a USB stick that you can bring in on Wednesday.  Also complete a Fitness Challenge from Miss Webster’s suggested list.
Homelearners Start projects – watch video to introduce this. Here are the overview pages for Countries, Decades and Famous Person. Also, complete a Fitness Challenge from Miss Webster’s suggested list - can be found in the above information, under 'Health and Fitness week'.

                                                                               Tuesday 7th July 
Bubble 1 and 2 Continue with projects in class
Bubble 3 and 4 Continue with projects at home. Choose another Fitness Challenge
Homelearners Continue with projects at home. Choose another Fitness Challenge
 
                                                                             Wednesday 8th July 
Bubble 1 and 2 Fitness challenge & continue with project at home
Bubble 3 and 4 Share projects (so far) and continue in class
Homelearners Fitness challenge & Continue with project at home

                                                                             Thursday 9th July  
Bubble 1 and 2 Fitness challenge & finish projects – save work on stick or email, ready to share next week
Bubble 3 and 4 Continue with projects in class
Homelearners Fitness challenge & finish projects – email finished work to me please
 
                                                                                 Friday 10th July
                                                                                 Sock Olympics
Remind yourself on the different events, by clicking here to see Miss Webster’s plan
Please participate in the Olympics and email through your scores, so they can be collated to find out which house won

Monday 29th – Friday 3rd July 2020

Hello Year 6. I hope those of you coming into school are getting used to it now and the shock has worn off! We had some beautiful weather last week so was able to get outside lots and enjoy the fresh air. Long may it continue!

Those children staying at home, please remember to write your memories of Ladbrooke into a short paragraph or a poem. This will then be used in our Leaver’s video that we are hoping to produce. The idea is that you are filmed, at home (landscape orientation please), catching a scrunched up piece of paper from the left, opening it up and reading your memory, then scrunching it up again and throwing it off in the opposite direction (to the right). It will seem like it is being thrown to each person in the class. Please attach and email, either myself or the school, your videos as soon as you can.

This week we will be working on our Year Book Tasks. This is the book that you will receive when you leave Ladbrooke. Please complete each task and email it back asap for it to be included in the book:

Please find year book tasks below. Click on each link to find out more:

Future jobs - Here you will find a list of your peers. What job do you think they will have in the future: teacher, vet, nurse, doctor, hairdresser, dancer, author, painter, police officer…

Words to describe others in the class - Here you will find another list of the names of your peers. This time, I would like you to think very carefully about one (kind) word you would use to describe each person: brave, hardworking, academic, friendly, happy, loud, quiet, shy, funny, serious, clever…

About me – For this activity, I just want you to write about yourself.

                For your information:

Art – Fingerprint Art. Last week we looked closely at our fingerprints. This week we are taking our fingerprints and creating some art from them.

Transition – What questions do you have about secondary school? Can we work through an answer? We will be hearing from some ex pupils about their experiences. Email your questions.

Home STEM tasks – Have any of you been working through the starter tasks I have been uploading?

French – Madam Elena has created another lesson for you to watch. Complete the relevant pages in your French book. Friends United pop song. Noughts and Crosses

                                                                                          Monday 29th June 2020

Please make sure you read these instructions carefully, ensuring that you are completing the right activity for your bubble. Remember this is to also work on how you manage your workload, how are you going to complete your given work?

English

Bubble 1 and 2 Start Year Book work in class

Bubble 3 and 4 Continuing on from your class work, watch video part 3, which explains the task in more detail. Write an incident report based on the wagolls sent home. Titanium video can be found here.Scroll down to the second video

Homelearners Year book activities. Click on links found above, underneath Year Book Tasks.

 Maths

Bubble 1 and 2 Reasoning paper 2 2019 SATs in class.

Bubble 3 and 4 Murder mystery maths booklet. You were given these at school last week.

Homelearning group Reasoning paper 2 2019 SATs. Scroll down until you come to '2019 key stage 2 maths paper 2 reasoning'. Answers can also be found at this link, scroll down until you find ‘Marking scheme’ and then scroll through the document until you find the relevant answers for paper 2.

                                                                                         Tuesday 30th June

English

Bubble 1 and 2 Continue with and finish Year Book activities in class.

Bubble 3 and 4 Watch video part 4 – the task is explained more within the video. Write a diary entry from the boy the following morning. How does he feel? What is he going to do?

Homelearners Complete and email back yearbook activities

Maths

Bubble 1 and 2 Reasoning paper 3 2019 SATs in class.

Bubble 3 and 4 Murder mystery maths booklet. You were given these at school last week.

Homelearning group Reasoning paper 3 2019. Scroll down until you come to '2019 key stage 2 maths paper 3 reasoning.' Answers can also be found at this link, scroll down until you find ‘Marking scheme’ and then scroll through the document until you find the relevant answers for paper 3.

                                                                                        Wednesday 1st July 

English

Bubble 1 and 2 Complete a proof reading task. Click here to read a range of extracts from well-known books. Note down errors along the way. These will be in the form of spelling mistakes, grammatical errors, lack of punctuation, poor sentence structure and misuse of vocabulary. Answers can be found here.

Bubble 3 and 4 Start Year Book work in class

Homelearners Complete a proof reading task. Click here to read a range of extracts from well-known books. Note down errors along the way. These will be in the form of spelling mistakes, grammatical errors, lack of punctuation, poor sentence structure and misuse of vocabulary. Answers can be found here.

Maths

Bubble 1 and 2 Reasoning paper 2 2019 SATs in class

Bubble 3 and 4 Please complete puzzles found at https://ilovemathsgames.com/puzzles.html

Homelearning group Nrich activities. Here, you will find a range of games and activities with interactive content.

                                                                                        Thursday 2nd July 

English

Bubble 1 and 2 Today, I would like you to use your descriptive writing skills by writing about a given image. Click here to see the activity, where you will need to use your senses, as well as other techniques to write paragraphs on the image

Bubble 3 and 4 Continue with and finish Year Book activities

Homelearners Today, I would like you to use your descriptive writing skills by writing about a given image. Click here to see the activity, where you will need to use your senses, as well as other techniques to write paragraphs on the image

Maths

Bubble 1 and 2 Reasoning paper 3 2019 SATs in class

Bubble 3 and 4 Corbett Maths primary. Last week in class you worked through some maths investigations and it became apparent that some of you had forgotten key units of work. Today, I would like you to choose one of the following videos to watch and activities to do - Words/Figures video 76, Nets video 42 or The Mean video 35.

Homelearning group Corbett Maths primary video. Choose an area you would like to work on. Watch the video and complete the associated activity.

                                                                                    Friday 3rd July

*Updated...If you are currently a prefect, I would really like it if you could write a 'How to be a...ICT prefect, Curriculum prefect, Playground prefect.' This document should tell the next prefects how to complete their role, including jobs they will need to do.

If you haven’t been able to, please use today to catch up with your French lessons. Look back at the lessons I have attached in the last two weeks, making sure you complete the work set in your books.

Spend some time improving your Rockstars average

Complete a STEM activity. Type/Write up what you have found out using scientific language. Look at this week’s Home STEM tasks or look back at the previous documents.

If you have been keeping a diary during this time, update it to include whether or not you have returned to school and how this makes you feel.

Read! Complete a book review of a recent book you have enjoyed and would like to share.

Monday 22nd - Friday 26th June 2020
Hello Year 6. It was so lovely to see so many of you last week in school. It was very strange to be in small bubbles and to only see you for two days, but good to see your happy faces, doing something a bit different to that of recent months. I am looking forward to doing it all over again this week.
Those children staying at home, please remember to write your memories of Ladbrooke into a short paragraph or a poem. This will then be used in our Leaver’s video that we are hoping to produce. The idea is that you are filmed, at home, catching a scrunched up piece of paper, opening it up and reading your memory, then scrunching it up again and throwing it off in the opposite direction. It will seem like it is being thrown to each person in the class.

Topic and Transition work can be done at any point for homeleaners, but the children coming into school will be doing this in class.
Art – Fingerprints. What are fingerprints? How do the police use them to detect crime? What do your fingerprints look like? Find out as much as you can about fingerprints. Draw and label your own.Powerpoint using in class. Activity
Transition – Write a letter to your new secondary school, introducing yourself. Tell them about you - family, likes, dislikes, hobbies, etc. Remember about first impressions! Handwriting!
Home STEM tasks – Have any of you been working through the starter tasks I have been uploading? Try these
French – Madam Elena has created another lesson for you to watch. Complete the relevant  pages in your French book
 
                                                                                         Monday 22nd June 2020
Please make sure you read these instructions carefully, ensuring that you are completing the right activity for your bubble. Remember this is to also work on how you manage your workload, how are you going to complete your given work?
English – This week we will all be developing our writing skills by working through a unit called Titanium. I know this was a homelearning task set during school closure but I am only aware of a few of you completing it! I would like to use this time to go into more detail and develop greater depth writing skills.
Bubble 1 and 2 Start Titanium work in class. Today, you will be describing the settings
Bubble 3 and 4 Complete a proof reading task. Click here to read a range of extracts from well-known books. Note down errors along the way. These will be in the form of spelling mistakes, grammatical errors, lack of punctuation, poor sentence structure and misuse of vocabulary. Answers here
Homelearners Today, you will be starting on Titanium. There is a series of videos I have made to go alongside this work. Tasks will be given within the video. Click here to see Part 1a. Here for 1b
WAGOLL 1 & WAGOLL 2 for Titanium work found here
Maths –This week I have set lots of investigation activities, where you will need to apply your maths skills to solve the problems.
Bubble 1 and 2 Murder Mystery Maths completed in class with teacher support
Bubble 3 and 4 Corbett Maths primary. Hopefully you are familiar with this website after last week’s work. Today, I would like you to revise Roman Numerals: Video 55. Watch the video and then try the questions.
Homelearning group I would like you to also start working through Murder Mystery Maths. Click here to see the booklet.

                                                                                       Tuesday 23rd June
English
Bubble 1 and 2 Continue with class work on Titanium. Today, we will be writing a conversational exchange between the teacher and the police officer.
Bubble 3 and 4 Today, I would like you to use your descriptive writing skills by writing about a given image. Click here to see the activity, where you will need to use your senses, as well as other techniques to write paragraphs on the image
Homelearners Watch video part 2, which goes over the task (same as 1 and 2) of writing a conversational exchange between the police officer and the teacher. WAGOLL1 & WAGOLL 2 for Titanium work found here
Maths
Bubble 1 and 2 Continue with class work on Murder Mystery maths. This may be extended onto Manorside Maths investigation. (Take home for tomorrow)
Bubble 3 and 4 Corbett Maths Primary. Revise The Mean: Video 35. Watch the video and then try the questions.
Homelearning group Continue with the Murder Mystery Maths started yesterday.  Extend onto https://ilovemathsgames.com/puzzles.html
 
                                                                                            Wednesday 24th June
English
Bubble 1 and 2 Continuing on from your class work, watch video part 3, which explains the task in more detail. Write an incident report based on the wagolls sent home.
Bubble 3 and 4  Start Titanium work in class. Today, you will be describing the settings
Homelearners Continuing on from previous work, watch video part 3, which explains the task in more detail. Write an incident report based on these wagolls.
WAGOLL1 & WAGOLL 2 for Titanium work found here
Maths
Bubble 1 and 2 Continue with Manorside maths at home
Bubble 3 and 4 Murder Mystery Maths completed in class with teacher support
Homelearning group Emoji Multiplication Mosaic. Choose your challenge.
 
                                                                                               Thursday 25th June
English
Bubble 1 and 2 Watch video part 4 – the task is explained more within the video. Write a diary entry from the boy the following morning. How does he feel? What is he going to do?
Bubble 3 and 4 Continue with class work on Titanium. Today, we will be writing a conversational exchange between the teacher and the police officer.
Homelearners Watch video part 4 – Write a diary entry from the boy the following morning. How does he feel? What is he going to do?
WAGOLL for Titanium work found here
Maths
Bubble 1 and 2 Corbett Maths primary. Hopefully you are familiar with this website after last week’s work. Today, I would like you to revise Roman Numerals: Video 55. Watch the video and then try the questions.
Bubble 3 and 4 Continue with class work on Murder Mystery maths. This may be extended onto Manorside Maths investigation. (Take home for tomorrow)
Homelearning group Corbett Maths primary. Hopefully you are familiar with this website after last week’s work. Today, I would like you to revise Roman Numerals: Video 55. Watch the video and then try the questions.

                                                                                                Friday 26th June
English
Bubble 1 and 2 Escape the Rooms booklet - English
Bubble 3 and 4 Continuing on from your class work, watch video part 3, which explains the task in more detail. Write an incident report based on the wagolls sent home. You will be continuing this work next Monday and Tuesday as part of your home learning.
Homelearning group Watch final video part 5, here you will be asked to choose a piece of writing from this week’s work to edit and rewrite. This might be one part, two or more parts or the whole narrative.
Maths
Bubble 1 and 2 Escape the Room Maths Investigation booket - Maths
Bubble 3 and 4 Continue Murder maths started at school. Extend onto Escape the Room maths investigations
Homelearners Escape the Room Maths Investigation. Powerpoint to introduce. Clue card. Answers

Monday 15th - Friday 19th

Topic and Transition work can be done at anypoint for homelearners but children coming into school will be doing this in class.

Art - Leaver's Art project. We have had a disappointing amount of responses to the Art project, so will be doing this as part of our Art work this week. If you are not coming into school and haven't responded, please think about an image that could be engraved into wood. This image should be something that reminds you about your time at Ladbrooke and will be a lasting memory.

Transition  - What will be your lasting memories of Ladbrooke? Write them into a passage or create a poem that will used as part of our Leaver's work. Please email this asap so I can add it to a whole class video we are hoping to produce.

 

                                                                                               Monday 15th June 2020

Good morning Year 6.

We are looking forward to welcoming some of you back to school today and others on Wednesday. There is a small group of you (Homelearners) not returning but I hope you will continue to follow our daily tasks that I will be uploading today.One of the aspects of secondary school transition is being able manage your time and workload, I know some of you have already been demonstrating this, but this is the first week I have uploaded a complete week's worth of work, so think carefully about how you are going to manage it.

Please make sure you read these instructions carefully to ensure that you are completing the right activity on the right day!

English

Bubble 1 and 2 - Today, you will be starting some poetry work in class with either myself or Mrs Holden and Mrs Hepke

Bubble 3 and 4 - Today, you will be completing a lesson from BBC Bitesize on Semi Colons

Homelearning group - You will be following Bubble 1 and 2's daily plans. Click here for the video introducing your work on transitional poetry. I have also attached the Powerpoint (PDF) without the video for you to use, click here.

 

Maths 

Bubble 1 and 2 - Today, you will be completing a Numbers review in class 

Bubble 3 and 4 - Today, I would like you to complete some Corbett Maths. Click here to go to the webpage. Scroll down until to get to video 48. Pie Charts: Drawing. Click on the video first and then attempt the worksheet and then mark your own work with the answers. The questions for both videos are the same! 

Homelearning group - Click here to find the Numbers review page. Complete in your books. Email me for the answers.

                                                          

                                                                     Tuesday 16th June 2020

English

Bubble 1 and 2 - Today, you will be continuing with your poetry learning in class and focusing on comprehension 

Bubble 3 and 4 - Today, you will be completing a lesson from BBC Bitesize on hyperboles, similes and metaphors

Homelearners - You will continue with Bubble 1 and 2 plans. Click here to find the comprehension I would like to complete.

 

Maths

Bubble 1 and 2 - Today, you will be working on some number problems in class.

Bubble 3 and 4 - I would like you to continue with your Corbett Maths. Moving on to Reading Pie Charts: Video 49

Homelearning group - Click here to find the number problem activities 1 and 2. I would like you to complete today. Email and ask for the answers. Please click on these links for some Nrich number problems - Give me 4 clues   Maze

 

                                                                      Wednesday 17th June 2020

Hello Year 6, we are looking forward to welcoming the next two bubbles of year 6 into school. Bubbles 1, 2 and homelearners, please make sure you continue to work though the set work on the class page.

English 

Bubble 1 and 2 Continue with the poetry comprehension started yesterday and complete extension - given out yesterday 

Bubbles 3 and 4 Today, you will be starting some poetry work in class with either myself or Mrs Holden and Mrs Hepke

Homelearners - Extend onto more poetry comprehension found here (poem) and here (questions)

 

Maths

Bubble 1 and 2 -Today, I would like you to complete some Corbett Maths. Click here to go to the webpage. Scroll down until to get to video 48. Pie Charts: Drawing. Click on the video first and then attempt the worksheet and then mark your own work with the answers.

Bubble 3 and 4 - Today, you will be completing a Numbers review in class

Homelearning group - Please complete the same task as Bubble 1 and 2 above.

 

                                                                                               Thursday 18th June 2020

English

Bubble 1 and 2 - Today, you will be completing a lesson from BBC Bitesize on hyperboles, similes and metaphors

Bubble 3 and 4 - Today, you will be continuing with your poetry learning in class and focusing on comprehension

Homelearners - Please complete the same task as Bubble 1 and 2

 

Maths 

Bubble 1 and 2 - I would like you to continue with your Corbett Maths. Moving on to Reading Pie Charts: Video 49.

Bubble 3 and 4 - Today, you will be working on some number problems in class.

Homelearning group - Please complete the same task as Bubble 1 and 2

 

                                                                                           Friday 19th June 2020

English 

Bubble 1 and 2  Today, you will be completing a lesson from BBC Bitesize on Semi Colons

Bubble 3 and 4 Continue with the poetry comprehension started yesterday and complete extension

Homelearners - Please complete the same task as Bubble 1 and 2

 

Maths

All groups to complete 2019 Arithmetic paper. You will have been given a copy of this is school. Those who haven't been in school can access it here. Scroll down and click on the first document.

Answers can also be found here. You will need to scroll down to document entitled, '2019 KS2 Mathemtics mark schemes'.