Monday 1st June

Good Morning Year 6

Welcome back to the wonderful world of home learning. We hope you have had a fantastic break and are ready to go with some online tasks! The weather has been so beautiful – we hope you have been able to enjoy lots of walks outside in the fresh air. 

Let’s start this half term in the same way we started the last half term: with some PE with Mr Wicks. We are really going to try and keep up with him everyday.

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Maths: comparing numbers using multiplication facts.

This week we are going to look at multiplication. Let’s ease our way back into learning by using our multiplications skills to solve the activities set on IXL. We will be multiplying any given numbers by a 2 digit number and investigate inequalities with multiplication.

This week we are going to look at multiplication. Let’s ease our way back into learning by using our multiplications skills to solve the activities set on IXL. We will work towards multiplying 3 and 4 digit numbers by a 2 digit number; something we investigated before in January but is worth taking another look at.

This week it is so important to up to speed with your times table work. We have set some garage and studio tasks for you to complete by the end of the week.

Fluent in 5.

Rapid Reasoning.

Literacy:

Grammar:

Tasks have been set on IXL and Spag.com.

IXL-Literacy

SPAG Tests Online – Practice Grammar & Punctuation Tests Online

Reading:

You should be accessing Reading Plus for 30 minutes everyday! This helps to improve your reading speed and stamina as well as your comprehension skills! Get lost in a book also and enjoy the magic of another world!

Literacy Challenge:

Show off your knowledge of synonyms and antonyms with these activities below. Watch the videos to refresh your memory first and try the tasks set. 

Remember – synonyms mean two or more words with the same or similar meaning and antonyms are words with the opposite meaning to each other.

Click on the link below to get started:

Story writing: Synonyms and antonyms

and are especially useful for story writing (narrative) as they help a writer to: Describe and explain in a way that creates a clear image in the reader’s mind. Avoid repetition so your writing doesn’t become boring. Synonyms Two words are synonyms if their meanings are the same or similar.

Topic

History: Anglo Saxons.

Learn all about who the Anglo Saxons were, where they came from and what it was like to live in the Anglo Saxon era. Click on the link below to get started:

 

Who were the Anglo Saxons?

The last Roman soldiers left Britain in 410 AD. New people arrived in ships from across the North Sea – the Anglo-Saxons. The Anglo-Saxon age in Britain was from around the departure of the Romans to 1066. They were a mix of tribes from Germany, Denmark and the Netherlands.

Friday 22nd May

Can you believe it’s almost half term already? Even though we haven’t seen you all for so long, we are still so very proud of the wonderful achievements you have made during home learning. You are all wonderful, resilient, creative individuals and we feel privileged to be your teachers. Here’s a little video from us to you, we hope it makes you smile.

The last Friday of summer term one and what better way to spend it than with some morning fun with Joe Wicks.

Maths: Catch up day before a well deserved week off.

                    

Literacy:Catch up day before a well deserved week off.

IXL-Literacy

SPAG Tests Online – Practice Grammar & Punctuation Tests Online

Kindness challenge:

Send a video message or write a positive message: record a video of your telling family members how much you’re missing them! Tell a funny story a share a memory that you have with that person!

Thursday 21st May

Good Morning Year 6!

Remember – this week’s theme is kindness! It doesn’t cost anything to be kind. Spread kindness today to anybody you see. It is as simple as a smile!

 

 

We hope you have all been enjoying PE with Joe Wicks still. Remember how important it is to stay fit and healthy!

It also keeps your mind healthy too! Click on the link below to get started:

Maths: Catch up day on number operations

Fluent in 5.

Rapid Reasoning.

Literacy:

Grammar:

Tasks have been set on IXL and Spag.com.

IXL-Literacy

SPAG Tests Online – Practice Grammar & Punctuation Tests Online

Reading:

You should be accessing Reading Plus for 30 minutes everyday! This helps to improve your reading speed and stamina as well as your comprehension skills! Get lost in a book also and enjoy the magic of another world!

Literacy Challenge:

Learn how to write a thank you letter. Click the link below to get started:

Writing a thank you letter

 

Topic:

Computing: What makes a good computer game?

Wednesday 20th May

Good Morning Year 6!

We both just love this short video; it’s amazing the effect one small act of kindness can have on the world. How many acts of kindness can you see?

Remember –  kindness is a language that we all can speak throughout the world!

We hope you have all been enjoying PE with Joe Wicks still. Remember how important it is to stay fit and healthy!

It also keeps your mind healthy too! Click on the link below to get started:

Maths

IXL-Math – Recap on number operations

Fluent in 5. 

Rapid Reasoning.

TTRS:

We are in a month long battle with East Boldon Primary School. They have taken an early lead but we have lots of time left to make up the points. Let’s see how many more points we can get this week.

Literacy:

Grammar:

Tasks have been set on IXL and Spag.com.

IXL-Literacy

SPAG Tests Online – Practice Grammar & Punctuation Tests Online

Reading:

You should be accessing Reading Plus for 30 minutes everyday! This helps to improve your reading speed and stamina as well as your comprehension skills! Get lost in a book also and enjoy the magic of another world!

Literacy Challenge:

Learn to prepare and draft and a letter and show off your writing skills. Click the link below to get started:

Preparing and drafting a letter

 

Topic:

Magnets

Kindness challenge:

The weather looks like it is going to be beautiful today. How about trying a sporty challenge with a member of your family. Your challenge is to take turns; consider letting someone else go first or even help them understand the activity. It’s lovely to hear a compliment; why not try giving one.

Tuesday 19th May

Good Morning Year 6!

As you know, this year’s Mental Health Awareness week theme is “kindness”.

This is a week where we can celebrate acts of kindness we have experienced during this difficult time and appreciate how kindness strengthens relationships and is the foundation of our mental health. Keep an eye out for our kindness challenges which we will be post every day!

Kindness is free! It doesn’t cost anything to be kind. Not only will you make somebody else feel good, you will also feel good about yourself if you show kindness!

Maths – Multiplying and dividing by 10, 100 and 1000.

Continue the work which is set on Mathletics.

Fluent in 5.

Rapid Reasoning.

Literacy:

Grammar:

Tasks have been set on IXL and Spag.com.

IXL-Literacy

SPAG Tests Online – Practice Grammar & Punctuation Tests Online

 

Reading:

You should be accessing Reading Plus for 30 minutes everyday! This helps to improve your reading speed and stamina as well as your comprehension skills! Get lost in a book also and enjoy the magic of another world!

Literacy Challenge: 

Brush up on your knowledge of semi-colons! I know you are all fantastic at this!

Semi-colons are used between two main clauses. They replace a full stop or a conjunction. They help you to avoid comma splicing!

Using semi-colons

 

Topic:

Geography: Learn about natural resources and why they are important. Click the link below to get started:

Natural resources

Kindness challenge:

Smile at everyone you see today! This might be your family at home or on your daily exercise. You never know who needs a smile and it might make their day!

Monday 18th May

Good Morning Year 6!

This years Mental Health Awareness week theme is “kindness”. This is a week where we can celebrate acts of kindness we have experienced during this difficult time and appreciate how kindness strengthens relationships and is the foundation of our mental health. Keep an eye out for our kindness challenges which we will be post every day!

Maths – Multiplying and dividing by 10, 100 and 1000.

Did you know that when you multiply and divide a decimal by 10, 100 and 1000, the place value of the digits either increases or decreases?

  • When multiplying, the digits move to the left since the number gets bigger.
  • When dividing, the digits move to the right since the number gets smaller.

It is important to remember that the decimal point does not move.

Multiplying and dividing decimals helps you in everyday life. It can help you to:

  • convert pounds into pence and vice versa.
  • convert measures such as kilograms to grams and millilitres to litres and vice versa when baking.
  • convert length, for example if you needed to work out how much space a small wardrobe would take up in a room measured in metres.

You can use place value charts to help multiply and divide by 10, 100 and 1000. This enables you to see how the digits increase or decrease in value.

A trick to help you remember how many places the digits need to move is by looking at the zeros in 10, 100 and 1000.

For example, if you multiply or divide by 1000, you either move 3 places to the right or left.

  • 1 zero = 1 place
  • 2 zeros = 2 places
  • 3 zeros = 3 places

Examples

What is 27 divided by 10?

To divide by 10, you move the digits one place to the right. So 27 ÷ 10 = 2.7

What is 3.12 × 100?

To multiply by 100, you move the digits two places to the left. So 3.12 × 100 = 312

IXL-Math – Multiplying and dividing by 10, 100 and 1000.

Try creating your very own place value chart to help you with this. We would love to see some of the creative ways you tackle these problems. How would you teach this method?

TTRS:

We are in a month long battle with East Boldon Primary School. They have taken an early lead but we have lots of time left to make up the points. Let’s see how many more points we can get this week.

Literacy:

Grammar:

Tasks have been set on Spag.com and IXL. Remember – you must use the correct link to access IXL.

IXL-Literacy

SPAG Tests Online – Practice Grammar & Punctuation Tests Online

Reading:

You should be accessing Reading Plus for 30 minutes everyday! This helps to improve your reading speed and stamina as well as your comprehension skills! Get lost in a book also and enjoy the magic of another world!

Literacy Challenge:

Show off your knowledge and learn more about hyperboles, similes and metaphors. Click the link below to get started:

Using hyperbole, similes and metaphors

 

Topic: History – Who was King Henry VIII?

Kindness challenge.

This week we are going to set you kindness challenges for you to try and complete. We would also love you to share with us the various different ways you are showing kindness at home. We know you already show kindness in your lives and some of the challenges will be things you already do; we just want to emphasise the importance and spread kindness across our families.

Monday’s Challenge – Be a good role model and be kind to the people you interact with throughout the day (online or at home). Ensure your behaviour is the behaviour you want to see in everyone across the world. Most importantly, say please and thank you at every opportunity today.

Friday 15th May

Good morning Year 6! Happy Friday – one more day of work before the weekend!

We hope you have all been enjoying PE with Joe Wicks still. Remember how important it is to stay fit and healthy!

It also keeps your mind healthy too! Click on the link below to get started:

Maths:

IXL-Math – Area and Perimeter

TTRS:

We are in a month long battle with East Boldon Primary School. They have taken an early lead but we have lots of time left to make up the points. Let’s see how many more points we can get this week.

Fluent in 5.

 

Literacy:

Grammar:

Tasks have been set on Spag.com and IXL. Remember – you must use the correct link to access IXL.

IXL-Literacy

SPAG Tests Online – Practice Grammar & Punctuation Tests Online

 

Reading:

You should be accessing Reading Plus for 30 minutes everyday! This helps to improve your reading speed and stamina as well as your comprehension skills! Get lost in a book also and enjoy the magic of another world!

 

Literacy Challenge: Show off your reading skills with today’s Literacy challenge. Click the link below to get started:

 

Bitesize Daily Book Club: Percy Jackson And The Lightning Thief by Rick Riordan

 

Topic:

Purple Mash – Complete the writing project by choosing one animal and discuss how it adapts to the woodland area. Use the key words to help you.

Purple Mash

 

 

 

Thursday 14th May

Ciao brava gente!

We hope you have all been enjoying PE with Joe Wicks still. Remember how important it is to stay fit and healthy!

It also keeps your mind healthy too! Click on the link below to get started:

Maths:

Remember this week we are working on Area and Perimeter. 

IXL-Math – Area and Perimeter

TTRS:

We are in a month long battle with East Boldon Primary School. They have taken an early lead but we have lots of time left to make up the points. Let’s see how many more points we can get this week.

Fluent in 5.

Literacy:

Grammar:

Tasks have been set on Spag.com and IXL. Remember – you must use the correct link to access IXL.

IXL-Literacy

SPAG Tests Online – Practice Grammar & Punctuation Tests Online

Topic:

DT – 3D packaging

Wednesday 13th May

Good Morning Year 6! Well done for all of your hard work this week. Not long now until the weekend!

We hope you have all been enjoying PE with Joe Wicks still. Remember how important it is to stay fit and healthy!

It also keeps your mind healthy too! Click on the link below to get started:

 

Maths:

Remember this week we are working on Area and Perimeter. Today we would like you to take another look at perimeter and complete the IXL tasks set before moving onto Area tomorrow. Look back at yesterdays YouTube link if you need a reminder.

IXL-Math – Area and Perimeter

TTRS:

We are in a month long battle with East Boldon Primary School. They have taken an early lead but we have lots of time left to make up the points. Let’s see how many more points we can get this week.

Fluent in 5.

National Numeracy Day Activities

 

Literacy:

Grammar:

Tasks have been set on Spag.com and IXL. Remember – you must use the correct link to access IXL.

IXL-Literacy

SPAG Tests Online – Practice Grammar & Punctuation Tests Online

 

Literacy Challenge:

Learn how to write a debate/discussion text. Click the link below to get started:

Writing a debate argument

 

Topic:

Science – Learn how animals and plants adapt to their surroundings in order to survive. Click the link to get started:

Adaptation

 

Tuesday 12th May

Good Morning Year 6!

We love this quote! Even though times are strange at the moment, there are brighter times to come and we can’t wait to see you all again.

We hope you have all been enjoying PE with Joe Wicks still. Remember how important it is to stay fit and healthy!

It also keeps your mind healthy too! Click on the link below to get started:

 

Maths:

Remember this week we are working on Area and Perimeter. Look back at yesterdays YouTube link if you need a reminder.

IXL-Math – linked to Area and Perimeter.

TTRS –

We are in a month long battle with East Boldon Primary School. They have taken an early lead but we have lots of time left to make up the points. Let’s see how many more points we can get this week.

Fluent in 5 days.

Grammar:

Tasks have been set on Spag.com and IXL. Remember – you must use the correct link to access IXL.

IXL-Literacy

 

Literacy Challenge:

Find out how to write a powerful speech. Click the link below to get started:

Speech writing

 

Reading:

You should be accessing Reading Plus for 30 minutes everyday! This helps to improve your reading speed and stamina as well as your comprehension skills! Get lost in a book also and enjoy the magic of another world!

Topic – Sustainability and plastics

Monday 11th May

Good Morning Year 6!

We love this image. There are days where we all feel like we are at the bottom of the stairs; let’s be sure to make it to the top of the stairs this week! You are all amazing individuals and you can do it!

 

We hope you have all been enjoying PE with Joe Wicks still. Remember how important it is to stay fit and healthy!

It also keeps your mind healthy too! Click on the link below to get started:

Maths:

This week we are going to have a  look at Area and Perimeter.

How to find Perimeter

Perimeter is the distance around a shape. For any shape we can find this by measuring the total length of the lines around the shape. It is easier for shapes made of straight lines (polygons) than it is for shapes with curved lines.

To find perimeter imagine you are walking around the whole shape and add up the length of each line. Make sure your lines are all measured using the same units!

How to find Area

Area is the measurement of space inside a 2-Dimensional shape. There are lots of different ways of calculating the area of regular shapes. We can use the measurements of the sides to calculate exact areas, or we can use unit squares to estimate the area of irregular shapes.

To calculate the area of a rectangle we use the measurements of sides. Often we will use square centimetres (cm²) or square metres (m²). Instead of counting the squares inside a rectangle, we can use the formula base length x width.

Take a look at this YouTube video to help calculate Area.

IXL-Math – linked to area and perimeter.

TTRS –

We are in a month long battle with East Boldon Primary School. They have taken an early lead but we have lots of time left to make up the points. Let’s see how many more points we can get this week.

Fluent in 5 days.

Grammar:

Tasks have been set on Spag.com and IXL. Remember – you must use the correct link to access IXL.

IXL-Literacy

 

Literacy Challenge: 

Learn the features of a formal report and write your own during today’s daily lesson on Bitesize. Click on the link below to get started:

Writing a report

 

Reading:

You should be accessing Reading Plus for 30 minutes everyday! This helps to improve your reading speed and stamina as well as your comprehension skills! Get lost in a book also and enjoy the magic of another world!

Topic – Who was Tutankhamum

Friday 8th May

Victory in Europe Day!

VE day – a time where we show our appreciation for those who fought in the second World War.

Mr P and Miss B have been chatting about the kind of questions we think you might have about VE day and have tried our best to answer them in a way that will make sense.

When did World War Two start?

World War II began on the 1st September 1939.

Why did World War Two start?

Having been one of the countries to lose the First World War, Germany had to sign an agreement that said they were to blame for the conflict, which took place from 1914 – 1918.

As part of that agreement, they had to pay a fine, lose some of their acquired land and be allowed only a small army.

Adolf Hitler and his Nazi Party ignored the agreement and secretly started building up their army and invading and taking back lands they had lost.

On 1 September 1939, after warnings from other countries not to do so, Germany invaded Poland.

Great Britain and France supported Poland and declared war on Germany, sparking the start of World War Two.

Who were the Nazis?

The Nazis were a German political party – officially called the National Socialist German Worker’s Party.

The leader of the party was Adolf Hitler, and in 1933, the German people voted in favour of Hitler and the Nazis running Germany.

The Nazis believed that Aryans (people with blond hair and blue eyes) were the ‘master’ race and that all other people were inferior.

Hitler wanted to eradicate ‘lesser’ people from Germany to make the country a world leader.

Which countries fought in World War Two?

The countries who fought against Germany were known as the Allies.

Those who fought with Germany were known as the Axis.

The Allied countries were: Great Britain, France, United States, Greece, Australia, Canada, Belgium, India, Poland, South America and many more.

The Axis countries included: Germany, Italy, Japan, Hungary, Romania, Slovakia and Bulgaria.

When did World War Two end?

By 1944, many of the countries captured and occupied by Axis powers were freed by the Allies.

With Germany and the Axis powers on the defensive, Adolf Hitler took his own life in April 1945. A week later, Germany surrendered.

On 8 May 1945, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill announced that the war was over – a date that was known as VE Day (Victory in Europe Day).

Despite the celebrations, the war wasn’t technically over across the globe until 2 September 1945 when Japan’s surrender from the conflict was officially signed.

We hope this helps you understand the importance of VE day. Today would be a great to do some research and reading of your own

We hope you all have a wonderful and safe weekend with your families.  We both miss you, as does Coco!

Thursday 7th May

Good morning Year 6! It’s Thursday – we are nearly at the end of another week! Hopefully, we will see you all very soon!

We will be doing PE this morning. Remember to do some exercise everyday to keep your brains and bodies healthy! Happy learning!

Maths:

IXL-Maths

TTRS –

Remember, we are in a month long battle with East Boldon Primary School. Let’s see how many more points we can get this week.

Fluent in 5 days.

Grammar:

Tasks have been set on Spag.com and IXL. Remember – you must use the correct link to access IXL.

IXL-Literacy

Reading:

You should be accessing Reading Plus for 30 minutes everyday! This helps to improve your reading speed and stamina as well as your comprehension skills! Get lost in a book also and enjoy the magic of another world! 

Reading Challenge:

Reading lesson: Tell Me No Lies by Malorie Blackman

 

Topic:

Science – learn how plants reproduce by clicking the link below:

How plants reproduce

 

 

 

Wednesday 6th May

Good morning everyone! We will be doing PE this morning. Remember to do some exercise everyday to keep your brains and bodies healthy! Happy learning!

Maths:

Well done for completing your IXL work so far this week. Keep up the great work.

IXL-Maths

How about a little challenge? Can you find the value of each shape?

TTRS –

We are in a month long battle with Boldon Primary School. They have taken an early lead but we have lots of time left to make up the points. Let’s see how many more points we can get this week.

Fluent in 5 days.

Grammar:

Tasks have been set on Spag.com and IXL. Remember – you must use the correct link to access IXL.

IXL-Literacy

 

Grammar Challenge: Show off your knowledge of relative clauses and click the link below to start the activities:

Using relative clauses

 

Topic – Natural Art

We would like you to create a self-portrait using natural materials that you find on your daily walk.

Here are some examples for you to give you some ideas. You could even create a picture of your family if you would like to.

We would love you to share your amazing natural art self-portraits with us on Facebook.This will be your Topic task for the next few days.

 

Tuesday 5th May

Good morning Year 6! Another day of distance learning completed this week. Now, it’s time for day two!

It is amazing to see so many of you completing your online learning! You are doing a fantastic job! Keep this up!

Remember – it’s more important than ever that we keep moving and stay healthy and positive.

Both Mr P and Miss B have been doing Joe’s work outs and our muscles are feeling it!

Let’s continue our home learning mornings this week with Joe Wicks:

Maths:

IXL-Maths

TTRS –

We are in a month long battle with Boldon Primary School. They have taken an early lead but we have lots of time left to make up the points. Let’s see how many more points we can get this week.

Fluent in 5.

Remember to use your methods.

Grammar:

Tasks have been set on Spag.com and IXL. Remember – you must use the correct link to access IXL.

IXL-Literacy

 

Grammar Challenge: Brush up on your knowledge of personification.  You are brilliant at this!! Watch the clips, identify examples of personification and and use it to write a setting description.

Click on the link below to get started:

Using personification in a setting description

 

Reading: You should be accessing Reading Plus for 30 minutes everyday! This helps to improve your reading speed and stamina as well as your comprehension skills! Get lost in a book also and enjoy the magic of another world! 

 

Topic:

Purple Mash – Read the first chapter of a story based on Ancient Egypt and answer multiple choice questions.

Monday 4th May

Good morning Year 6!

We hope you have had a fantastic weekend; hopefully, it won’t be too much longer until we are all back together again.

Remember – it’s more important than ever that we keep moving and stay healthy and positive.

Let’s continue our home learning mornings this week with Joe Wicks:

Maths:

It is really important to keep onto of the 4 number operations and use them in various contexts. Today’s works involves looking at your number methods in different ways. Remember, if you find any of the questions tricky you can listen to the explanations on IXL.

IXL-Maths

TTRS: The results from last weeks battle are in…

Well done – amazing job on TTRS last week. Let’s see if we can have another big push and win this weeks battle.

Fluent in 5. Everyday this week we will post 5 Arithmetic questions for you to complete.

Remember to use your methods.

Grammar:

Tasks have been set on Spag.com and IXL. Remember – you must use the correct link to access IXL.

IXL-Literacy

 

Reading: You should be accessing Reading Plus for 30 minutes everyday! This helps to improve your reading speed and stamina as well as your comprehension skills! Get lost in a book also and enjoy the magic of another world! 

 

Reading and Writing Challenge: Check out this week’s lesson and look at different setting descriptions, identify words which create a certain atmosphere and write your own setting description based on a video clip! Are you up for the challenge? Please ask your parents to send pictures of your setting descriptions to our Facebook inbox page so we can see your amazing work! We miss reading your outstanding writing!! Click the link below to get started:

Analysing setting descriptions

Topic:

Today we will continue looking at the Ancient Egyptians and researching what they believed in.

Friday 1st May

The first day of a new month; let’s make it a good one. No matter where we have been, today we get to start again. Let’s seize it and make May a fun and loving month with our families.

Remember – it’s more important than ever that we keep moving and stay healthy and positive.

Let’s continue our home learning mornings this week with Joe Wicks:

Maths:

Remember this week we are focusing on percentages and decimal numbers. We have set you some work to complete this on IXL ready to move on next Monday. Keep going – you are all doing a great job!

IXL-Maths

TTRS: Battle time – we are in a week long battle with Y6.  Y6 are currently in the lead, let’s try and catch them!

Grammar:

Tasks have been set on Spag.com and IXL. Remember – you must use the correct link to access IXL.

IXL-Literacy

Reading:

You should be accessing Reading Plus for 30 minutes everyday! This helps to improve your reading speed and stamina as well as your comprehension skills! Get lost in a book also and enjoy the magic of another world! 

Reading Challenge: Try this lesson on Bitesize. Watch the clips, try the activities and demonstrate your outstanding reading skills! Click the link below to get started:

Reading lesson: The London Eye Mystery by Siobhan Dowd

Topic:

Art: Try this draw-along video with Author Rob Biddulph. We think his portrait ends up looking a little like Mr P.

Music: Why not try this Music lesson and learn all about duration, tempo and Beethoven. Click on the link below to get started:

Duration, tempo and Beethoven

 

Thursday 30th April

Good morning Year 6 and bravo for all of your amazing home learning so far! Keep it up!

Remember – it’s more important than ever that we keep moving and stay healthy and positive.
Let’s continue our home learning mornings this week with Joe Wicks:

Maths:

Moving on from yesterday’s decimal addition and subtraction work, we have set you some missing number problems to complete. Remember to check your place value when working with decimal numbers.

IXL-Maths

TTRS: Battle time – we are in a week long battle with Y5.  You are still in the lead, but it’s very close! Keep going!

Grammar:

Tasks have been set on Spag.com and IXL. Remember – you must use the correct link to access IXL.

IXL-Literacy

Grammar Challenge: Brush up on your knowledge of hyphens and dashes. Remember – they might look the same but they have two different purposes! Watch this video clip, read the information and do the activities set. Good luck! Click the link below to get started:

Hyphens and dashes

Reading: You should be accessing Reading Plus for 30 minutes everyday! This helps to improve your reading speed and stamina as well as your comprehension skills! Get lost in a book also and enjoy the magic of another world! 

Topic:

Purple Mash: Create your own leaflet on how to stay safe online. Remember how important this issue is. Show off your knowledge of E-Safety and produce an informative leaflet.

Wednesday 29th April

Day 3 of distance learning this week – keep up the great work Year 6! We have seen a huge increase in the amount of work being completed! Keep it up!

Remember – it’s more important than ever that we keep moving and stay healthy and positive.
Let’s continue our home learning mornings this week with Joe Wicks:

Maths:

Well done for the excellent work on percentages over the last week. We have now set you some work to complete on decimal numbers. Log in to IXL using the link below and complete your set tasks.

IXL-Maths

TTRS: Battle time – we are in a week long battle with Y5.  Y5 are currently in the lead but there is still plenty of time left.

Grammar:

Tasks have been set on Spag.com and IXL. Remember – you must use the correct link to access IXL.

IXL-Literacy

Grammar Challenge: Find out how to use bullet points correctly! Watch the video clip, read the information and test yourself with the activities set. Good luck! Click on the link below to get started:

Using bullet points

Reading: You should be accessing Reading Plus for 30 minutes everyday! This helps to improve your reading speed and stamina as well as your comprehension skills! Get lost in a book also and enjoy the magic of another world! 

Topic:

Today we will be taking a look at the Science and the process of mixing, dissolving and separation.

Mixing, dissolving and separation –

 

Tuesday 28th April

Good morning Year 6!

Another day of home learning completed! Day two of this week and let’s make this a good day! A huge thank you to those of you accessing all of our different online learning programs – IXL, TTRS, Spag.com, Reading Plus, Purple Mash and Bitesize! There are lots of programs for you to access and practise different skills! Remember, we don’t expect you to spend all day on these but we do expect you to be spending approximately 30 minutes on each one at least three days per week!

Don’t forget to have fun though, spend time with your families, exercise and relax! We miss you all so much and can’t wait to see all of your smiling faces again! Hopefully, we will be back to school and together again very soon! In the meantime, stay positive!

Remember – staying active is so important! For your daily exercise, here is the Joe Wicks link:

Maths:

We are using today as a catch up day, a number of people need a little extra time to complete the IXL tasks currently set. Remember you can explore all of the Maths skills and lessons on IXL if you would like to recap any of our previous learning.

IXL-Maths

TTRS: Battle time – we are in a week long battle with Y5. Let’s make sure we win!

 

Grammar:

Tasks have been set on Spag.com and IXL. Remember – you must use the correct link to access IXL.

IXL-Literacy

SPAG Tests Online – Practice Grammar & Punctuation Tests Online

Grammar Challenge: Brush up on your knowledge of parenthesis and the use of commas, brackets and dashes! You all know this and can show off your knowledge! Watch the video clip and read the information before challenging yourself to complete the activities set. Click the link below to start learning:

Commas, brackets and dashes

Reading: You should be accessing Reading Plus for 30 minutes everyday! This helps to improve your reading speed and stamina as well as your comprehension skills! Get lost in a book also and enjoy the magic of another world! 

Topic:

For today’s topic, we are going to do a little bit of Science and look at the different food groups! Log on to Purple Mash and complete your To Do!

 

 

Monday 27th April

Welcome back to the world of home learning! We hope you all had a lovely weekend with your families. We have seen so many creative ways you all are keeping busy and we love them all – keep it up! A big thank you to everyone who has been accessing IXL – some of the progress you are making is fantastic. Hopefully, it won’t be too much longer until we can all be learning together again.

We really miss seeing your smiling faces on a morning; they motivate us and inspire us every single day. With that in mind, we have a challenge for you today:

For your daily exercise, here is the Joe Wicks link:

We are so impressed with all of your Maths work on percentages last week. So many of you are working through the IXL tasks perfectly showing us determination and resilience, which we are really proud of. This week we are going to continue looking at percentages.

Today, we would like you to watch these to short videos before you complete today’s learning on IXL.

IXL-Maths – Percentages of an amount

TTRS: Battle time – we are in a week long battle with Y5. Let’s make sure we win!

Literacy:

Grammar: Tasks have been set on Spag.com and IXL. Remember – you must use the correct link to access IXL.

IXL-Literacy

Grammar Challenge: Brush up on your knowledge of punctuation and paragraphs with today’s lesson. Remember how important commas are in our writing and the need to use them correctly.

E.g. Let’s eat, Grandma.

or

Let’s eat Grandma.

In the second sentence, Grandma better watch out!!!

Watch the clip and read the information to help you and then try the activities to see how much you have learned! Good luck! Click on the link below:

 

Using punctuation and paragraphs

 

Reading: You should be accessing Reading Plus for 30 minutes everyday! This helps to improve your reading speed and stamina as well as your comprehension skills! Get lost in a book also and enjoy the magic of another world! 

Topic:

This week we are going to be setting some work on purple mash and some work from BBC Bitesize.

Today, we will be taking a look at the Ancient Egyptians and what everyday life was like for them.

What was life like for the ancient Egyptians?

Friday 24th April

Good Morning Year 6! It’s Friday!! You have completed another week of distance learning! Well done! We miss you!

Remember how important it is to stay active – Miss B and Mr P are still keeping up with the Joe Wicks work outs on a morning…it’s not getting any easier!

Maths:

Remember this week we are focusing on Fractions. We hope you have been enjoying the Maths Antics videos, they are really helpful if you haven’t managed to watch them.

Today’s task continues on from yesterday’s learning. Please log into IXL to find today’s tasks! Remember your username is your first initial plus your surname and your password is vv.

IXL-Maths

Literacy:

Grammar: Tasks have been set on Spag.com and IXL. Remember – you must use the correct link to access IXL.

IXL-Literacy

Reading: Go on to Reading Plus for 30 minutes. Remember your challenge – can you reach the next level by the weekend? We are so proud of those who have already achieved the next level since our home learning began! Keep up this amazing work!

As an extra challenge, try this reading lesson. Click on the link below to begin the lesson:

Reading lesson: To Be a Cat by Matt Haig

 

Topic: PSHE

Secondary school is just around the corner! Click on the link below to think about a checklist of you might need and any worries you may have:

Starting secondary school

Friday Life Skill challenge

As we are spending more time at home we though it would be a good idea to set some tasks which will help your grown ups and help you for when you are grown ups.

We will post at least one life skill task every Friday.

Today’s is pretty straight forward! We would like you to make your bed and tidy your bedroom (we know some of you will already do this but it’s a good skill to have). How straight can you make the blanket on your bed? Can you tidy all of your toys? Can you sort your games?

Don’t forget how important it is to stay up to date with your home learning! Enjoy your weekend and relax ready for another week of distance learning next week!

Thursday 23rd April

Good Morning Year 6! We hope you are having a lovely week! It’s still so strange not seeing you all every day. We can’t wait to hear about all of the creative things you have been doing to keep busy at home.

Miss B and Mr P are still keeping up with the Joe Wicks work outs on a morning…it’s not getting any easier!

Maths:

Remember this week we are focusing on Fractions. We hope you have been enjoying the Maths Antics videos, they are really helpful if you haven’t managed to watch them.

Today’s task continues on from yesterday’s learning. Please log into IXL to find today’s tasks! Remember your username is your first initial plus your surname and your password is vv.

IXL-Maths

Literacy:

Grammar: Tasks have been set on Spag.com and IXL. Remember – you must use the correct link to access IXL.

IXL-Literacy

As an extra challenge this week, why not brush up on your knowledge of adjectives, synonyms and antonyms! Watch the video, read the information and try the activities after that to test yourselves! Click the link below to get started!

Using adjectives for more descriptive writing

 

Topic:

BBC bitesize lesson –  

 

Wednesday 22nd April

Buongiorno! Il tempo è magnifico! 

Remember – it’s more important than ever that we keep moving and stay healthy and positive.
Let’s continue our home learning mornings this week with Joe Wicks.

Maths

Remember this week we are focusing on Percentages.

Today’s task continues on from yesterday’s learning.

Here is our second percentage video of the week from Maths Antics.

IXL – Percents, fractions and decimals

Literacy

Grammar: Tasks have been set on Spag.com and IXL. Remember – you must use the correct link to access IXL.

Brush up on your knowledge of active and passive voice and watch these videos and read these notes to help. Then complete the activities! Click on the link below:

To identify and use passive and active verbs

Reading: Go on to Reading Plus for 30 minutes. Remember your challenge – can you reach the next level by the weekend? We are so proud of those who have already achieved the next level since our home learning began! Keep up this amazing work!

IXL link for Maths and Literacy – IXL-VV

Topic – The Solar System – Click the link below to be taken to today’s activity.

The solar system

Tuesday 21st April

Good Morning Year 6!

 

Another day of distance learning completed! Thank you to those of you who have been using IXL, Spag.com, ReadingPlus and TTRS! These are amazing programs and will help you enormous amounts while you are learning from home! Please make sure you keep up with these! Remember – don’t overdo it! Complete the tasks set on IXL and Spag.com and complete 30 minutes each on Reading Plus and TTRS!

 

Remember – it’s more important than ever that we keep moving and stay healthy and positive.
Let’s continue our home learning mornings this week with Joe Wicks.

 

Maths

This week we will be focusing on percentages or percent.

We have spent time this year looking at percentages but it is always important to have a recap.

Remember, remember ‘cent’ means 100!

Today’s task continues on from yesterday and will be ready for you when you log in to IXL.

IXL – Percent of a number. Check out yesterday’s video for support with this if you have not already. We will post another Maths Video tomorrow

 

Literacy

Grammar: Tasks have been set on Spag.com and IXL. Remember – you must use the correct link to access IXL.

Brush up on your knowledge of verbs and modal verbs and watch these videos and read these notes to help. Then complete the activities! Click on the link below:

To understand verbs and modal verbs

Reading: Go on to Reading Plus for 30 minutes. Remember your challenge – can you reach the next level by the weekend? We are so proud of those who have already achieved the next level since our home learning began! Keep up this amazing work!

IXL link for Maths and Literacy – IXL-VV

 

Purple Mash: We want you to complete some important work on E-Safety this week. Log on and see your To Do list! Can you match the words with their definitions?

Monday 20th April

Good Morning Year 6!

We hope you have had time to relax over the Easter break and found some creative ways to keep yourselves occupied. We are missing you all and know that you will be finding this time difficult and missing your friends. Remember to stay positive! Coco misses you all; she now can stay and walk to heel. She is so excited to get back to school and for her Year 5/6 family to take her for her daily walks. We think she’s bored of walking with Mr P now (he’s not as fun)!

Remember – it’s more important than ever that we keep moving and stay healthy and positive.
Let’s start our home learning mornings off this week with Joe Wicks. We hope you enjoyed his lessons over the Easter break.

Maths

This week we will be focusing on percentages or percent.

We have spent time this year looking at percentages but it is always important to have a recap.

Today’s focus will be a quick recap on what percentages are and how percentages can be illustrated.

Remember, remember ‘cent’ means 100!

Check out this video to help trigger some memories… he’s not quite Mr P, but he will do for now.

IXL Task – Percent illustrations

Literacy

Grammar: Tasks have been set on Spag.com and IXL. Remember – you must use the correct link to access IXL.

Brush up on your knowledge of nouns and pronouns and watch these videos and read these notes to help. Then complete the activities! Click on the link below:

To identify and use nouns and pronouns

Reading: Go on to Reading Plus for 30 minutes. Remember your challenge – can you reach the next level by the weekend? We are so proud of those who have already achieved the next level since our home learning began! Keep up this amazing work!

IXL link for Maths and Literacy – IXL-VV

Topic – Who were the Ancient Egyptians?

Ancient Egyptian videos and activities Y6 

 

 

It’s the Easter Holidays Year 6 and time for you to have fun and relax!

 

We will post some fun Easter tasks throughout the holidays to keep you busy but for now, click the link below to see some EGGtra fun Easter activities!

50 EGGstra Fun Easter Activities for Kids (and Parents!)

Who has been working on their Easter Egg or other Easter crafts? Don’t forget to ask your parents to send photos to the VV Facebook inbox to keep us up to date with what you are doing! 

Don’t forget to read over the Easter break! Get lost in a book and relax and if you want to keep your brain ticking over, you can still use Reading Plus, TTRS and IXL but we won’t be setting you any specific tasks to complete.

Enjoy your Easter break and stay safe!

Mr P and Miss B

 

 

 

Friday 3rd April

Happy Friday Year 6!

We hope you have enjoyed week 2 of your distance learning and although we still have some work for you to do today, we also want you to have fun!

Sticking with our theme of Italian…

Have some fun today! Start thinking about Easter crafts you could do! Even though we are not in school, we would love to see you design your own Easter egg or any other Easter craft – get creative and ask your parents to send us your marvellous creations via our Facebook inbox!

We hope you are keeping up with Joe Wicks! Mr P and Miss B still can’t walk after joining in with his PE sessions! Remember, exercise is an excellent way to keep you motivated and healthy!

Join Joe for his last PE session this week! Click the link below to get started:

Literacy

Grammar: Tasks have been set on IXL. Remember – you must use the correct link to access IXL.

Please see the link below:

IXL Login Page

 

Reading: Go on to Reading Plus for 30 minutes. Remember your challenge – can you reach the next level by the weekend? We are so proud of those who have already achieved the next level since our home learning began! Keep up this amazing work!

Hope you all managed the alphabet challenge yesterday!

Writing Challenge: Use these five words and the picture below to create a short story about how this penguin ended up at my door. Ask your parents to send us some examples of your amazing writing!

penguin         lingered         parched        alarmed          audacious

Maths

Mathletics: Complete IXL task

TTRS: Complete TTRS set tasks – 5 studio games (we are currently in the lead for the battle)

Topic

PurpleMash: Log on and complete ‘World Continents’.

To be completed by Monday 6th April.

Thursday 2nd April

Ciao brava gente (Hello good people in Italian…I think)!

Don’t worry if your IXL username did not come yesterday – it will be with you very soon and we can’t wait to see how you get on with the challenges set. Mr P is not sure he can handle another two mornings of Joe Wicks; his old legs are in agony. We hope you are all enjoying the early PE sessions still.

Click the link below at 9am to join in with the Joe Wicks daily PE session.

Now that we are spending more time online, we wanted to have a little recap on the importance of staying safe while online. Have a little look at this poster and make sure you are all sticking to the SMART rules!

Follow this link to see the adventures of Kara, Winston and the SMART Crew.

The Adventures of Kara, Winston and the SMART Crew

These cartoons illustrate 5 E-safety SMART rules and include a real life SMART Crew of young people, who guide the cartoon characters in their quest, and help them make safe online decisions.

Literacy

Grammar: Task set on IXL.

IXL login

Reading: Go on to Reading Plus for 30 minutes. Remember your challenge – can you reach the next level by the weekend? We are so proud of those who have already achieved the next level since our home learning began! Keep up this amazing work!

Let’s set ourselves a challenge and see how many common nouns, proper nouns, adjectives, verbs and adverbs you can think of for each letter of the alphabet. This is tricky! How many can you think of?

Can anyone complete the full alphabet? Ask parents to let us know via inbox on Facebook! Good Luck!

Maths

Mathletics: Complete IXL task

TTRS: Complete TTRS set tasks – 5 studio games (year 5 are currently in the lead for the battle)

Kahoot: Click the link and complete the game. Make sure the nickname you use has your name in so we can see who is at the top of the leader board. Currently Coco is winning but she made a few mistakes. Who will knock her off the top?

Game code – Game pin – 0428134

Play Kahoot! – Enter game PIN here!

Challenge: Can you solve the code?

PurpleMash: Log on and complete ‘Capital Cities’.

To be completed by Friday 3rd April.

Wednesday 1st April

Good morning Year 6! Happy April the 1st! We hope you aren’t playing too many tricks at home this morning!

We are now half way through week 2 of our home learning and we can now start using IXL. We know some of you have used this before but the usernames have now slightly changed and you can only login from the Valley View page for IXL. Don’t worry though – it’s very straight forward.

Here’s the link for your IXL:

IXL login page for Valley View

If you have not received your username yet, do not worry. It will be in the post very soon!

Remember, exercise is an amazing tool to help us feel happier, more engaged, and more optimistic.

Let’s start our Wednesday morning off with a spot of fitness to keep us active.

Click the link below at 9am to join in with the Joe Wicks daily PE session.

Literacy

Let’s have another look at language! Can you sort these words into 4 groups and work out what the theme of that group is?

Grammar: Task set on IXL.

Reading: Go on to Reading Plus for 30 minutes. Remember your challenge – can you reach the next level by the weekend? We are so proud of those who have already achieved the next level since our home learning began! Keep up this amazing work!

Maths

Mathletics: Complete IXL

TTRS: Complete TTRS set tasks – 5 studio games.

PurpleMash: Log on and complete ‘Capital Cities’.

To be completed by Friday 3rd April.

Art: Steve Harpster released this video on Monday and we think it’s awesome. Why not get creative and join in with some of his drawings.

Midweek Challenge: This next challenge is going to be really tiring, especially if you have a long name!

Tuesday 31st March

Buongiorno Anno 6 (That’s good morning Year 6 in Italian – you’re never too old to learn a new skill so we are trying to learn Italian!)

As always, let’s start the day off with Joe Wicks. He is doing an amazing job at keeping the world fit and motivated – well done to everyone who has managed to join in with some of his sessions.

Literacy

For your Literacy today, why not have a look at ‘The Punctuation Show’ live at 10:15am. An easy way to learn and remember a variety of punctuation!

Let’s try our five word story challenge today:
Use these five words below and create your own short story. It can be as funny as you like as long as the words are used correctly in context. Ask your parents to share them with us through our inbox service on Facebook! We would love to read some of your stories! We miss reading your creative and wonderful writing!
dumbfounded         engulfed           accomplice           crept           gloom
Don’t forget Reading Plus and Spag.com or just pick up a book, relax and get lost in another world! We have been checking Reading Plus regularly and we can see lots of you have achieved the next level – this is amazing! We are so proud!

Maths

Mathletics: Complete Mathletics task.

TTRS: Battle time – we are in a week long battle with Y5. Let’s make sure we win!

PSHE

I bet so many of you are missing seeing and chatting to important people in your life like grandparents, other family members and friends. Why not ask them some interesting questions and find out more about their lives. Here’s a lovely activity you might want to try. I’m sure your friends and family will love hearing your questions.

Monday 30th March

Welcome back to the world of home learning! We hope you all had a lovely weekend with your families. We have seen so many creative ways you all are keeping busy and we love them all – keep it up!

Great job on the den making last week; we hope you didn’t make too much of a mess.

Did you know Joe Wicks is donating all of the money he makes from his PE lessons to the NHS? What a lovely gesture that is. Let’s play our part and keep joining in with his lessons this week.

Literacy

Try this quick activity looking at your understanding of vocabulary! Order these words from slowest to quickest:

Grammar: Task set on spag.com.

Reading: Go on to Reading Plus for 30 minutes. Who can rise to the challenge and achieve the next level by the weekend?

Pick up a book or a kindle and get lost in another world! Relax and enjoy!

Maths

Mathletics: Complete Mathletics task.

TTRS: Battle time – we are in a week long battle with Y5. Let’s make sure we win!

Challenge: Can you solve the code?

PurpleMash: Log on and complete ‘European Countries Activity’.

To be completed by Wednesday 1st April.

IT’S THE WEEKEND!

Guys, we are all so proud of you and miss you all greatly.

The school is not the same without you and Coco is very much missing you all. She sends her love and can’t wait for you to be throwing her ball again very soon!

Have a lovely weekend and don’t forget to check in on Monday for your next set of work.

Friday 27th March

Happy Friday!

We would really like you to have some fun today!

Nobody’s too old build a den so let’s all build a den and read your favourite book or play your favourite game inside (your parents won’t tell you off – don’t worry! Mr P and Miss B said it’s OK, just make sure you tidy up after ha ha). All of your Year 5 team will join in and we will share the teacher dens tomorrow (I think Coco will make the best one). Please ask your parents to send us some pics to our Facebook page!

As always we would like to start your morning off with some PE with Mr Wicks; here is the link.

ART: I know you all love Art on a Friday afternoon. Try creating a dragon from the letter ‘I’. Watch Steve Harpster create his and see what you can come up with.

ICT: How about a spot of coding?

Minecraft Coding

We have also set your usual Spag.com and Mathletics tasks and you can go on Reading Plus as much as you like but today is all about having fun!

Thursday 26th March

Good morning Year 6!

Let’s start the day off with some fun facts!

Day four of our Joe Wicks workouts; he is absolutely keeping Miss B, Mr P, Miss Linfoot, Mrs Rowell and Coco in check…we are loving the work outs!

Literacy: 

Vocabulary Activity 1:

Try this vocabulary task to see if you can understand the meaning of these different powerful verbs!

Vocabulary Activity 2:

Use these five words and create a short story – it doesn’t matter how crazy that story may be! The only rule is that it makes sense and uses the words in context correctly! Have fun writing your stories!

The five words are:

vegetable                    sauntered                        bewildered                       New York                        startled                

Grammar: Task set on spag.com.

Reading: Go on to Reading Plus for 30 minutes. Who can rise to the challenge and achieve the next level by the weekend?

Pick up a book or a kindle and get lost in another world! Relax and enjoy!

Vocabulary Activity For Fun: Build Vocabulary through Word Games | Scholastic

Maths

Mathletics: Complete Mathletics task.

TTRS: Battle time – we are in a 2 day battle with Y5. Let’s make sure we win!

For fun: Try this factors and multiples game. Miss Linfoot is currently in the lead with a chain of 62. Surely one of you can beat her, good luck!

Factors and Multiples Game

Watch this ‘Maths Antics’ clip for help with factors…he’s not quite as good as Mr P with his Maths but he gives some good examples.

PurpleMash: Log on and complete ‘Ordering Brightness of Bulbs’.

To be completed by Friday 27th March.

Wednesday 25th March

Good morning Year 6! We are now on to day 3 of distance learning! I hope you are enjoying it! We miss you!

Remember, exercise is an amazing tool to help us feel happier, more engaged, and more optimistic.

Let’s start our Wednesday morning off with a spot of fitness to keep us active.

Click the link below at 9am to join in with the Joe Wicks daily PE session. We will make sure Coco joins in as well.

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Literacy: 

Grammar: Task set on spag.com.

Reading: Go on to Reading Plus for 30 minutes.

 

Maths

Mathletics: Complete Mathletics task set.

TTRS: Complete TTRS set tasks – 5 studio games.

For fun: Try this highly addictive maths game.  Use your arrow keys to move the tiles. When two tiles with the same number touch, they merge into one. Try to beat your high score! Top tip from Mr P – keep your highest number in the corner! Can you get the top score? The high score will update every time someone from our class plays, have fun and good luck!

2048

Science:

PurpleMash: Log on and complete ‘Ordering Brightness of Bulbs’.

To be completed by Friday 27th March.

 

Tuesday 24th March

Good Morning Year 6. We hope you have enjoyed your first day of distance learning. We are missing you all! School is very quiet without you!

Remember, exercise is an amazing tool to help us feel happier, more engaged, and more optimistic.

Let’s start our Tuesday morning off with a spot of fitness to keep us active.

Click the link below at 9am to join in with the Joe Wicks daily PE session. We will make sure Coco joins in as well.

 

 

Literacy: 

Grammar: Task set on spag.com.

Reading: Go on to Reading Plus for 30 minutes.

 

Maths

Mathletics: Complete Mathletics task set.

TTRS: Complete TTRS set tasks – 5 studio games.

 

Science:

PurpleMash: Log on and complete ‘How a bulb works in a circuit’.

To be completed by Thursday 26th March.

 

Monday 23rd March

Good Morning Year 6. We hope you have had a lovely weekend!

With the schools closed and us all spending more time at home, it’s more important than ever that we keep moving and stay healthy and positive.

Exercise is an amazing tool to help us feel happier, more engaged, and more optimistic.

Let’s start our Monday morning off with a spot of fitness to keep us active.

Click the link below at 9am to join in with the Jo Wicks daily PE session. We will make sure Coco joins in as well.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAxW1XT0iEJo0TYlRfn6rYQ

Literacy

Grammar: Task set on spag.com

Reading: Go on to Reading Plus for 30 minutes

 

Maths

Mathletics: Complete Mathletics task set.

TTRS: Complete TTRS set tasks – 5 studio games.

 

Science

PurpleMash: Electrical symbols pair game – match the electrical symbols to their correct names.

To be completed by Wednesday 25th March.

 

Happy home learning, we will check in tomorrow. Mr P and Miss B.

 

 

Reading English Maths  Times tables Curriculum 

Read at least one of their 

reading books at home and 

answer simple questions or 

if they are on longer texts 4 chapters each day

or one unt of reading plus 

daily

Children will be 

expected to work on 

one section

 of spag.com each 

day

Children will be expected 

to complete one 

unit of Mathletics 

each day

TT rockstars can 

be completed 

each day. 

There will be a curriculum 

linked activity on the 

school website each day. 

It might be watching a

 simple video or completing

 a short activity through 

Purple mash.com in the

 2 do section. 

Year 6 will have questions

 to answer from 

given texts. 

Year 6 will have questions to answer 

from given texts. 

Year 6 will have

 questions 

to answer from given

 texts.