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Primary Academy

Y6 - Mr Baker + Mrs Buttress

Welcome to the page for Year 6 classes!

This is the place you will find links to support your children's learning - we look forward to hearing what you get up to.

If you are new to our school, do call the office to arrange a visit to meet our Team and see what brilliant things your child could be exploring very soon.

Looking for ideas to help your child to keep fit and healthy over the school closure period?  Here are some great resources you can use.

     

Why not try out our Reading Bingo!  Eyes down and here we go!

Home Learning Tasks

Just a reminder that any work set for the class will be available to view on this page. 

It is also in the Teams channel 'Home learning tasks'. 

All Year 6 children are expected to read everyday for 30 mins, go on TTRS for 30 mins and complete 2 pages from their grammar and arithmetic homework books. 

Additional tasks are set on a daily basis. 

Please discuss our expectations with your child to ensure that work is being carried out and to also check they don't have any issues accessing resources.  If they do have problems please reply by xpressions and we will be in touch.

Many thanks Mrs Buttress and Mr Baker.

Friday 27th March

Good Morning 

Here is your work for today.  Please remember that we are expecting you to complete your daily tasks of:

  • 30 mins reading
  • 30 mins TTRS
  • 2 pages from your arithmetic book
  • 2 pages from your grammar book

Your other tasks for today are:

  • Join in with Joe Wicks if you can at 9:00 a.m.
  • Remember you should have completed an AR quiz by the end of the week.
  • Spelling Frame – Link on your Launchpad, look at rule 41 and 42 in the Year 5 and 6 section and play the game.  Get an adult to test you on the following spellings.

Horrible                        possible            understandable             incredible

Unavailable                  sensible            comfortable                 changeable

  • English – Feel free to watch the video again. Video Ruin – Today you will be editing or rewriting your prequal (a story telling us about what happened before), see the example story sheet to help you with ideas.
  • Maths.  Complete the arithmetic test.  Let’s see who is the winner this week! Click here for the link
  • Geography – Look at the learning grid for Earthquakes.  Continue working on the squares that interest you.  This work needs to be completed by Thursday 2nd April so don’t rush it!

Thursday 26th March

Good Morning 

Here is your work for today.  Please remember that we are expecting you to complete your daily tasks of:

  • 30 mins reading
  • 30 mins TTRS
  • 2 pages from your arithmetic book
  • 2 pages from your grammar book

Your other tasks for today are:

  • Join in with Joe Wicks if you can at 9:00 a.m.
  • Comprehension Ninja – Read the Anti-bullying text. Make a note of any key words you do not understand and look them up. Complete the matching exercise
  • Spelling Frame – Link on your Launchpad, look at rule 41 and 42 in the Year 5 and 6 section and play the game.  Write your own definition for 5 of the words.
  • English – Feel free to watch the video again. Video Ruin – Today you will be writing a prequal (a story telling us about what happened before) Think about the start of the video. How did the main character end up there? What are they looking for? Why are they looking for it? Give the character a back story. Tell us something about their life. Remember this is sci-fi so make sure that you have elements of that genre in.
  • Complete Thursdays maths sheet.  You can use a piece of squared paper from your pack or create a squared grid in OneNote or on Word .

  • Geography – Look at the learning grid for Earthquakes.  Continue working on the squares that interest you.  This work needs to be completed by the day on Thursday 2nd April so don’t rush it!

Wednesday 25th March

Good Morning, 

Here is your work for today.  Please remember that we are expecting you to complete your daily tasks of:

  • 30 mins reading
  • 30 mins TTRS
  • 2 pages from your arithmetic book
  • 2 pages from your grammar book

Your other tasks for today are:

  • Join in with Joe Wicks if you can at 9:00 a.m.
  • Homework book Fiction reading – Read An Underground City p14 and p15 Complete p18 – p20
  • Spelling Frame – Link on your Launchpad, look at rule 41 and 42 in the Year 5 and 6 section and play the game.  Revise the rule then in your Spelling book 2 complete p22 and p23
  • English – Feel free to watch the video again. Video Ruin – Today you will be writing a character profile.  The English sheet explains what we are expecting from you.  You can type, handwrite or even try dictation to create your work. 
  • Complete the maths sheet on Volume.  Think about whether to start at *  or ** (sheet is available on the website, on OneNote and in Teams).  If you need a challenge, then complete *** too.  Submit your answers on OneNote if possible but you can also take a photo of work and upload to Teams. 
  • Geography – Look at the new learning grid for Earthquakes.  Decide on what you are going to complete and make a start.  This work needs to be completed by the day on Thursday 2nd April so don’t rush it!

Tuesday 24th March

Good Morning 

Here is your work for today.  Please remember that we are expecting you to complete your daily tasks of:

  • 30 mins reading
  • 30 mins TTRS
  • 2 pages from your arithmetic book
  • 2 pages from your grammar book

Your other tasks for today are:

  • Join in with Joe Wicks if you can at 9:00 a.m.
  • Homework book Fiction reading – Read An Underground City p14 and p15.  Underline any words you don’t know the meaning of and look them up.  Complete P16 and p17
  • Spelling Frame – Link on your Launchpad, look at rule 41 and 42 in the Year 5 and 6 section and play the game.  Revise the rule then in your Spelling book 1 complete p22 and p23
  • English – Feel free to watch the video again. Video Ruin – Today you will be writing a setting description.  The English sheet explains what we are expecting from you.  You can type, handwrite or even try dictation to create your work.  The sentence sheets are available in the Contents Library on OneNote or on the website at the bottom of the page.
  • Complete the maths sheet on Area.  Think about whether to start at *  or ** (sheet is available on the website, on OneNote and in Teams).  If you need a challenge, then complete *** too.  Submit your answers on OneNote if possible but you can also take a photo of work and upload to Teams. 
  • Science – This is a recap on inheritance and evolution.  Watch the lesson video and complete as many activities as you can.  The activities are underneath the video on the right hand side.  There are 4 of them.

 

Monday 23rd March

Good Morning 

Here is your work for today.  Please remember that we are expecting you to complete your daily tasks of:

  • 30 mins reading
  • 30 mins TTRS
  • 2 pages from your arithmetic book
  • 2 pages from your grammar book

Your other tasks for today are:

  • Join in with Joe Wicks if you can at 9:00 a.m.
  • Homework book Non-Fiction reading - Reread Drive-In to 1950s America and complete pages 19, 20 and 21
  • Spelling Frame – Link on your Launchpad, look at rule 41 and 42 in the Year 5 and 6 section and play the game.  Pick 7 spellings to practice and put into sentences (on OneNote if possible).
  • English – Video Ruin – Tile is on your launchpad. (The sheet is on the website, OneNote and Teams) Follow the instructions on the sheet
  • Complete the maths sheet on Perimeter.  Think about whether to start at *  or ** (sheet is available on the website, on OneNote and in Teams).  If you need a challenge, then complete *** too.  Submit your answers on OneNote if possible but you can also take a photo of work and upload to Teams. 
  • Carry on with your history tasks as these need to be completed by the end of tomorrow.