01/04/2020 at 08:00
Good morning 6J,
Well done for another excellent day yesterday. You seem to be doing really well with the ratio work in maths. Do make sure to follow the link to watch the videos if you can. The videos will help you with the worksheets.
Four new assignments will be posted on Google Classroom today:
- English – Letter Writing. Read the instructions carefully: only write the first paragraph and don’t hand it in yet!
- Maths – Ratio Lesson 3, introducing the ratio symbol.
- Topic – Coding, Hour of Code challenge. Choose your challenge and see how far you can get! (Due tomorrow)
- Topic – Draw with Rob, aliens. (Due tomorrow)
Tomorrow, two more assignments will be posted:
- English – Letter Writing (writing the next part of the letter).
- Maths – Ratio Lesson 4, Calculating Ratio.
At school yesterday, we started making sock monkeys. This was really fun and all we needed was an old pair of socks, a needle and thread and something to stuff the monkeys with (we used out-of-date bandages!). If you’d like to have a go at doing this, use the template and the link below to find out how!
Have a great day everyone!
30/03/2020 at 09:11
Good morning 6J,
Today you have been set three new tasks on Google Classroom:
- English – Climate change letter writing (research)
- Maths – Ratio lesson 1
- Topic – P.E – Joe Wicks or yoga
Tomorrow there will be a further three tasks:
- English – Spelling quiz
- English – Reading task
- Maths – Ratio lesson 2
Please ask if you have any questions about what you need to do. Don’t forget you can use Mathletics, Spelling Shed, Purple Mash, SirLinkalot or Times Tables Rockstars if you need any extra activities to do!
Twinkl.co.uk is also offering free use of its resources using code CVDTWINKLHELPS. On here you can find worksheets and PowerPoints for pretty much any topic you can think of!
Remember to also send in your pictures of other activities you are doing at home so we can share these on the blog.
Wishing you all a wonderful week,
27/03/2020 at 17:29
This week has been rather unusual as we are faced with uncertain and unprecedented times. The children in 6J have been an asset to the school and have worked exceptionally hard with their online tasks. I am very proud of you all. Here are some snip-its of what we have been doing.
Short story writing. Here are some paragraphs taken from children’s writing.
As he walked further across the glistening magic dust, a glowing light cascaded over the lands like a frosted wave fading away. “Symbols,” the boy read out. The earth-like orb hovered glinting in the wild wind and the curious boy stretched for his creased leather bag. Jackson brought out a bottle of putrid liquid allowing it to air before he dropped it over the symbol- led ancient ring. Serena
Jackson, who was cold and afraid, ambled towards the extensive mountain which towered over his frail body. The gusty wind tickled his pale-white face as he looked behind and longed for home. A shrill cry echoed in the mist.“Help, please,” called a soft voice. Jackson raced over to the cliff and saw a small young boy reaching up to him. “ Who are you? What do you need?” blurted Jackson. Anju
Suddenly, a burst of light cascaded over the land, nearly blinding him before he had no other option but to flinch. Although the light was beaming in his eyes like he was right next to the sun, he kept on edging closer to the utterly magnificent orb as he was on a mission to save his beloved planet. Srihan
Well done to all children who submitted this work!
There isn’t a lot for me to say here other than ‘Wow!’
The children watched short clips teaching them how to draw a sausage dog. As you can see there are some fabulous pieces. The children were also shown a picture of an egg and asked to think about what could be living inside waiting to emerge – I wouldn’t want to meet most of these on my own!
Well done this week 6J – it has been lovely to see you all chatting and engaging online. I am looking forward to seeing you continue to work hard next week on the exciting tasks I have planned for you.
Stay safe and have a fantastic weekend,
26/03/2020 at 08:46
Good morning 6J! What another beautiful day.
Two new tasks set today:
– Multiply and divide by 10, 100 and 1000 (Video to support and help in your revision guides)
– Wild reading task – Read the instructions and start by looking at the Google Doc
– Art task from yesterday ‘What will emerge’
Well done to Jacob E and Svana who have completed some of the Mathletics tasks set; the deadline for this is Saturday so please login and have a go!
Please check to see if you have any assignments missing or outstanding as you can still submit them after the due date.
To check this, look at the upcoming folder and click on view all. This will tell you which assignments you have completed and which you have missed.
I have placed some images below to help you with finding missing assignments.
Please could I ask that parents have a look to help children identify if they have any missing tasks.
Well done everyone and keep up the hard work!
I look forward to seeing your work today,
25/03/2020 at 09:53
Good morning 6J! A really successful day yesterday using Google Classroom and I am impressed with the work submitted.
Today’s tasks are:
- Art lesson – due 26/3 (I can’t wait to see your designs)
- Maths division task – due today
- Science adaptation task – due today
- Writing character description of Bess – Due Friday (Needs to be detailed and edited)
- Guided reading – David Walliams – due today
- Wide-eyed guided reading task – due Friday Lots to be getting on with. Please prioritise tasks and ensure you try to complete all of the set challenges. If you have any questions, don’t forget to ask!
I have assigned 4 tasks on Mathletics to be completed by tea time on 28/3/20. These tasks are linked to the learning we completed in class last week – angles. If you have any problems accessing the tasks please let me know.
Here is the login page: https://login.mathletics.com/
Some other useful links:
Spelling shed – https://www.spellingshed.com/en-gb
TT rockstars – https://play.ttrockstars.com/auth
Joe Wicks PE lessons – https://www.thebodycoach.com/blog/pe-with-joe-1254.html
13/03/2020 at 15:35
This week the children have all been working really hard on their Mathematics and English skills and have produced some really good work.
This week the children have been continuing their work around the Highwayman poem by Alfred Noyes. The children have all been provided with a copy to take home and share so hopefully you have all seen this. The children were tasked with re-telling the poem in a narrative form. I was very impressed with what I was seeing and hearing during the lessons and I’m looking forward to reading these over the weekend. Last week, we produced some art work to depict the metaphors described in the poem. Here are some examples of the work produced.
The moon was a ghostly galleon tossed upon cloudy seas
The road was a ribbon of moonlight over the purple moor
The wind was a torrent of darkness among the gusty trees
His eyes were hollows of madness
This week we have been exploring perimeter, area and volume. The children could use some of their previous knowledge to help them think of the formulas to use. They worked really hard on these skills and could answer many SATs style questions based on these. I will be setting some questions around this in the coming weeks.
Children have been set pages in both of their revision guides. They will have the page numbers written down. They have also been given an arithmetic task to complete to develop their skills further.
Enjoy the weekend,