Coronavirus- free information book
Axel Scheffler (Gruffalo illustrator) has recently illustrated a
digital book for primary children to read about the Coronavirus.
It answers key questions in simple language.
Please see attachment below.
Maths home learning pack answers
Dear parents, carers and children,
Please find below a PDF of English and RE work that can be undertaken at home in the event of a school closure or if a child is unable to attend school. These packs will be printed for children who have attended school today (18.03.2020).
Maths and humanities work will be uploaded in due course.
Many thanks for your continued support.
Please complete the Science work added to the website.
Watch this short film. Make sure you get your parents' permission first. Calling to mind the content of the film, in your exercise book, complete the following sentence opener with 7 different endings: "How wonderful to know that...
Dear parents, carers and children,
Please find below a PDF file of work that can be done at home if your child is unable to attend school.
A free account can be created and then used to download the activities linked within the document.
Many thanks for your continued support at this time.
SCHOOL CLOSURE MONDAY 16th MARCH and TUESDAY 17th MARCH.
Good morning. Here are some activities you might like to do today while you are at home. I'll see you back at school soon.
- Complete two more SPAG tasks from your orange books, ones that you find tricky. Please clearly label which ones these are.
- Create a detailed description of your bedroom - try to build suspense by using short sentences, ellipsis, metaphor, personification. (Two paragraphs long, if you don’t have access to paper use the front cover of your grammar book and rule 12 pencil lines on the page.)
- Research St Patrick (who was he, where was he from, what was he famous for, can you compare him to any people from our time, what scripture might represent him?) See if you can use some Gaelic lettering in your presentation of him. An icon to accompany your research would be delightful.
- My Maths - any activities that will help you. Try fractions, division and ratio.
- Mathletics work set online - the due date is Friday 20 March at 3.59pm.
- Finish the whole of the maths homework sheet (6SL group), the parts that you missed after the 20 minute timer had finished.
- Science work saved below in PDF format. You can either edit the PDF format or write the answers on a plain piece of paper.
- Time how long it takes you to fill in a 12x12 multiplication square. Draw one up on scrap paper.
- Continue to learn the lyrics for our show.
- Read your book.
- Any other work that you feel will assist you, I know that you are brilliant at going beyond my expectations.
Well done in advance, children and I look forward to seeing you this week.
Science work to be completed
Well done year six! A fantastic art week and attitude to creative work. Below is a preview of our board and some of our sculptures based on Alexander Calder's work!
Welcome to our year six class page!
This will be where you can look to find out information about what is happening at school and in our classroom.
Year Six Termly Summaries
Spellings (due in Friday)
Mathletics or My Maths (due in Wednesday)
Purple reading book (due in Friday)
Blue maths book (due in Friday)
Maths reasoning problems (due in Monday)
Orange grammar book or English project work (due in Monday/project work is to be given in two Fridays later)
Dates/days to remember
- indoor P.E on Tuesdays
- outdoor P.E on Thursdays
Reading is GREAT!
Some wonderful books below which can be read by all children in year six. Try and read as many as you can - one book a fortnight is a good idea to aim for. One book a week is even better!
RECOMMENDED READING FOR YEAR 5 (AGE 9-10)
- Tuck Everlasting, Natalie Babbitt
- The Children of Green Knowe, Lucy Boston
- Millions, Frank Cottrell Boyce
- The Demon Headmaster, Gillian Cross
- Danny the Champion of the World, Roald Dahl
- The Gorgeous Georgians, Terry Deary
- The Slimy Stuarts, Terry Deary
- The Terrible Tudors, Terry Deary
- The Vile Victorians, Terry Deary
- Rumpelstiltskin and other Grimm Tales, Carol Ann Duffy
- My Family and Other Animals, Gerald Durrell
- The Little White Horse, Elizabeth Goudge
- From the Mixed up Files of Mrs, Basil E. Frankweiler, E.L. Konigsburg
- Goodnight Mr Tom, Michelle Magorian
- The Box of Delights, John Masefield
- Anne of Green Gables, L.M. Montgomery
- The Phoenix and the Carpet, Edith Nesbit
- Tom’s Midnight Garden, Philippa Pearce
- The Indian in the Cupboard, Lynne Reid Banks
- The Silver Sword, Ian Serraillier
- Black Beauty, Anna Sewell
- Shakespeare Stories: The Tempest, Andrew Matthews
- 101 Dalmatians, Dodie Smith
- Charmed Life, Diana Wynne Jones
- The Little Prince, Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
RECOMMENDED READING FOR YEAR 6 (AGE 10-11)
- Little Women, Louisa May Alcott
- Skellig, David Almond
- Carrie’s War, Nina Bawden
- Artemis Fowl, Eoin Colfer
- The Dark is Rising, Susan Cooper
- Boy: Tales of Childhood, Roald Dahl
- A Christmas Carol, Charles Dickens (Puffin)
- Oliver Twist, Charles Dickens (Puffin)
- Coraline, Neil Gaiman
- The Owl Service, Alan Garner
- King Solomon’s Mines, Rider Haggard (Puffin)
- I am David, Anne Holm
- Biggles: The Camels are Coming, W.E. Johns
- Stig of the Dump, Clive King
- Skulduggery Pleasant, Derek Landy
- The Thieves of Ostia, Caroline Lawrence
- A Wrinkle in Time, Madeleine L’Engle
- The Ghost of Thomas Kempe, Penelope Lively
- Number the Stars, Lois Lowry
- Shakespeare Stories: Antony and Cleopatra, Andrew Matthews
- Private Peaceful, Michael Morpurgo
- Wonder, R.J. Palacio
- A Series of Unfortunate Events: The Bad Beginning, Lemony Snicket
- Journey to the Centre of the Earth, Jules Verne
- The War of the Worlds, H.G. Wells
- The Machine Gunners, Robert Westall
(Especially demanding texts in bold)