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8th June


As Year 6 return to school this week, the lesson content online will mirror that of the classroom. However, the classroom will be one day behind as we settle back in on Monday.

Spellings – to be tested on Fri 12th

10 words from the Year 5 and 6 Word list.











Y6 Catch up - 12th June

Friday 12th June

Today is our fourth lesson on Algebra with the video link above and the worksheets below. Today, you can also do a polished version of your holiday brochure page. There's also our weekly KS2 Friday Theme here . Don't forget your spelling test: the audio is below. If you haven't seen it already, there's also Gareth's learning for KS2 this week, available here.

Friday's Maths

Spelling Test

Thursday 11th June

Today it's Holiday Brochure writing day at home; can you use your opening paragraph plus your zooming sentences to help you! 

Use the Maths video link above and the worksheet below as we continue our algebra learning.

Thursday's Maths

Wednesday 10th June

Morning everybody. Today we continue to work on our algebra knowledge as we look at forming equations. In English today, you're working on openers and using preposition phrases to 'zoom in' on a setting for description .

Wednesday's Maths

Wednesday's English

Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube.

Tuesday 9th June

Today's learning for Maths and English is below. Use the WhiteRose Hub video to help you get started and then the questions and answers are available here. Mrs.Ferry and I will be looking at your learning each afternoon.

Tuesday's Maths

Tuesday's English

Monday 8th June

This week, we'd like you to think about your favourite place or somewhere you'd like to go. Today, you have 2 challenges which the video explains. To research somewhere you'd like to go and to design a hotel you could build there.

By the end of the week, you will have written your own persuasive text for a new holiday brochure!

Maths will be shared from tomorrow (Tuesday) onwards. Please use today to work on your Timestable Rocks multiplications. 

Monday's Learning

Spelling Test

Here's the audio for last week's spelling test if you haven't already attempted the test yourself.