Year 6

Happy Half Term!

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So the half term is upon us, but as you can see from the video, there's still plenty to do!

 

Over the week, please take time to start the Year 6 Transition activities as we will be using these in our end of yer celebration.

 

If you're looking for something a bit different to do, have a go at the first of the weekly Challenge Tasks. This week: Have something unusual wear an item of your clothing. Most unusual will win. Send all entries to your class email address.

 

Have a fab half term and do let us know what you're getting up to - we always love hearing from you!

 

Miss O, Mrs C, Mrs D

Monday 20th April - WELCOME BACK!

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So after a rather unusual Easter Holiday it's back to work you lot!

We look forward to hearing what you've been up to and looking at your lovely work!

Miss Osborne, Mrs Croxford and Mrs Drake.

Have a lovely Easter

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Good Morning Year 6 - Well, it's Friday and nearly the weekend! Thank you so much for all the lovely work you have emailed us over the past week. It has been lovely seeing how much effort you are all putting in! Keep it coming... 

Here is some Literacy and Maths work but don't forget to look at Miss Ryan's suggestions to keep active and Mrs Drake's Maths games if you get a chance.

Look after yourselves, 

x Mrs C, Mrs D and Miss O

 

Friday, 27th March 2020 - almost the weekend!

Work for Thursday, 26 March

Wednesday 25th March work- Enjoy :-)

Tuesday, 24th March 2020

 

Good Morning Year 6. I hope your first day of home learning went well and you didn't miss us too much!

Below we have attached today's Literacy and Maths tasks, including links to the text you will need for Literacy. There is also Topic work on SAM Learning.

Have a Terrific Tuesday!

x Miss O, Mrs D and Mrs C

Miss Osborne's Book Talk!

 

As I have a bit more time to myself now I can't leave the house so much, I thought I'd take the opportunity to catch up on some reading, starting with a huge pile of books for our class library that were donated to me.

 

Keep checking in to see how I tackle the tower, and also to hear some recommendations and reviews.

 

Happy reading!

 

Miss Osborne

:)

The Graveyard Book - Neil Gaiman

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After narrowly escaping a murderer as a baby, Nobody (Bod) Owens is adopted by a graveyard full of ghosts who have sworn to protect him from the man still trying to kill him. But the living are not meant to live forever on the borderlands of the dead and so Bod realises he must face both death and destiny.
An EXCELLENT book, highly recommended!

The Amber Spyglass - Philip Pullman

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The final part of the 'His Dark Materials' trilogy sees the conclusion of Lyra and Will's quest to find out the true nature of the mysterious substance called Dust. This epic story has everything you could possibly ask for - armoured bears, witches, spies no bigger than your thumb who ride dragonflies, a knife that splits open worlds, and deals with some really big ideas in a masterful way. Highly recommended!

The Silk Roads - Peter Frankopan

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A bonus video this week - this is a non-fiction title you may want to explore if you've been enjoying our Summer Term topic of The Silk Road!

The Leaning Tower of Literature!

In Case You Missed It...

Well, so far we've had a really busy start to year 6. 

A big congratulations to all those who have been chosen to represent their houses or class in the School Council.

This term we have started our History topic which is World War II. Watch this space for some great photos of 1940's swing dance and watercolour paintings. We have also started the year with a lot of grammar work. Soon some exciting writing will follow...

 


Year 6