Day 1- Year 6

Timetable

We advise that you follow our suggested timetable as shown below.  Please be guided by your child as always and adapt the timetable to suit your family and home situation.

Can you think of a noun for each letter of the alphabet?

For English today, you will be revising colons and semi-colons, which we have been learning about in our SPaG and English lessons.

Click the link below to find out more about colons and semi-colons, then have a go at the tasks at the end.

English – Colon and semi-colons

CHALLENGE!

Come up with one word for each of the letters of the alphabet in order. The word must be a rarely used one. For example, from abhor to zoology.

In maths, we have been learning about fractions.

Today, you are going to have a go at some challenges involving finding fractions of amounts.

Click the link below to find your challenges; don’t forget to upload your answers to Seesaw!

Maths – Fractions of amounts

Can you find a quiet space a read a book to yourself?

Please complete this activity and send via Seesaw, using your House group.

Day 1 PE remote learning (3)

Today, you will be reading a section from ‘The Hobbit’. Read through this carefully and try to find the meaning of any unfamiliar words. When you have done this, move onto the questions underneath the text.

Reading – The Hobbit

For your last lesson of the day, you are going to learn all about how the Ancient Egyptians used medicine.

Use the link below to find out more and have a go at all of the questions as you work through the information. Remember to post your learning to Seesaw!

Foundation – Egyptian medicine

Day 2- Year 6

Timetable

We advise that you follow our suggested timetable as shown below.  Please be guided by your child as always and adapt the timetable to suit your family and home situation.

Can you think of a noun for each letter of the alphabet?

For English today, you will be revising complex sentences. Read through the powerpoint before having a go at writing several of your own complex sentences.

English – Complex sentences

CHALLENGE!

Can you take a pencil in each hand and try to draw the same shape with both hands? Start off easy by drawing a simple shape like a heart and then move on to more complicated designs.

HINT: You may need to ask someone to hold your paper still.

In maths, we are continuing to revise and develop our understanding of fractions. Today, we are revising simplifying fractions. Read through the instructions and then have a go at working on some of your own.

Maths – Simplifying fractions

Can you find a quiet space a read a book to yourself?

Please complete this activity and send via Seesaw, using your House group.

Day 2 PE Remote Learning

Today in reading, you are going to be exploring a text by Oscar Wilde. Read through and answer the questions at the end. Reading – The Selfish Giant

For your last lesson of the day, you are going to complete an investigation into how light travels.

Read through the information and then have a go at the investigation at the end. Remember to post your findings to Seesaw.

Science – How light travels