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Beaver & Swallow (Year 6)

Welcome to Year 6!

The Team

Class 7 Teacher: Miss Easthope

Class 8 Teacher: Mrs Forman

HLTA: Mrs Stewart

Support Staff: Mrs Peplar and Mrs Furber

After reading the Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe with Mr Boult, the Year 6 children were treated to an afternoon tea with Mr Tumnus to try all of the different food mentioned in the story. Have a look at the video below to see our adventure to Narnia. 

 

During the school closure, we are continually improving the curriculum and resources available for home learning. All specific learning tasks will now be uploaded onto google classroom. For non-screen time activities please follow the links below. 

  Non Screen time activities

List of websites and resources

Google Classroom 

From Monday 6th April, we will be sharing all of our work using Google Classroom. You have been given a log in for this and an email has been sent giving details on how to use this. We look forward to seeing you in our new classrooms 

Google Classroom is up and running; it is great to see so many of you have already logged on. Currently, there are some fun Easter tasks assigned to you. From Monday 20th April (start of term 5), there will be maths, English and creative tasks set on Mondays and Wednesday to keep you busy for the week. We look forward to sharing your learning with you. 

Year 6 School Closure Task 

Easter maths problemEaster AnagramsEaster Maths Code Breaker

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/z4mmn39/articles/zw3yw6f

As the weather is so glorious, how about taking your learning out into the garden. You could try to learn to juggle using 2 balls to start with and then move onto 3. If you don't have enough tennis balls, you could use pairs of socks or a couple of potatoes (make sure you ask your parents and practice outside). How about having a go at making a miniature garden; you could use an old tray or recycle a container - all the other items you can find in your garden. Finally why not take your pencil and paper outside and use your sketching techniques to create a fabulous piece of artwork. you could draw a flower, tree, a landscape or even part of a building. Choose something that inspires you. Enjoy and have a lovely Easter. 

The Topmarks link below has loads of great maths games to keep our brains active. https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/7-11-years/mental-maths

The children have asked for a blank timetable so they can plan out their week.

Blank timetable 

Blank timetable no sections

 Current Homework

Reading homework - Complete the comprehension Mystery, Thrills and Chills 

Maths homework - Reasoning book pages 33, 34 and 35 (Area and Perimeter)

Class Spelling tests will happen every Thursday.

Reading records will be checked Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays.

Helpful Links

Just click on some of these helpful links if you need some help with your learning!

Primary Grammar Glossary 

Hit the Button Times Table Practice

 Useful Year 6 Maths Facts to Remember

100 books to try and read before you leave Year 6 part 1

100 books to try and read before you leave Year 6 part 

National Waterways Museum

As part of our topic on Rivers, Year 6 had a very successful trip to the National Waterways Museum in Gloucester to enrich their learning. They had a workshop on erosion and managing the ph of the water, a chance to look around the museum and also a boat trip along the canal. Many thanks to all the parent helpers for making this trip possible.

 

Newsletters 2019/2020;

Y6 Newsletter Jan 2020
Y6 Curriculum web Jan 2020

Y6 Newsletter Sept 2019
Y6 Curriculum map Sept 2019

 

Newsletters 2018/19;

Y6 Newsletter April 2019

Y6 Newsletter Jan 2019 
Y6 Curriculum map Jan 2019

Y6 Newsletter Sept 2018
Y6 Curriculum map Sept 2018