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Wednesday 1st April- Daily prayer

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Welcome to Year 6


Hello year 6!


Welcome to your new home learning.

Pease see below all information needed to support your weekly learning. Remember to stay active and use the weekly timetable to plan your days. 

If you have any questions or to share your work, please use my email below.

(Make sure you are emailing from your parent’s email address even if you cope yours into the email too.)


I am looking forward to hearing from you all!


Miss Graham smiley

Weekly timetable

Task sheet, spellings and arithmetic for the week beginning 30.3.20.

Y6 homework challenges!


Can you figure out how many squares there are in this pattern in total?

Show me how you solved it and see if you can create your own logic puzzle!


















Remember to creatively dress up as you 'word' on Thursday 5th March to earn your saves!



Can you think of a creative way to show how light travels to allow us to see the objects around us?




We all have our own special and personal relationships with God.

Write a poem to show what your relationship with God means to you.


Passport to the world

This half term, our country is Ukraine.




Our Big Question this term is:


How long will it last?



During the spring term we will be exploring light, electricity and sustainability. 



How does the number of volts impact a circuit?


How can we see the objects all around us?


What travels faster, light or sound and how to we know if we cannot see it?


Jesus, the bread of life




   In RE we are exploring how Jesus is the bread of life. We wrote some beautiful poems exploring who God is to us and why he is so special. 















In literacy, year 6 are currently looking at the story ‘The Selfish Giant’.


Through this unit of work, the children will be exploring the power of language and sentence structures to impact their readers. We will be writing narratives and formal letters.


Spellings will also be sent home weekly.











Throughout the year, year 6 will be considering the question below...



We will be focusing on applying their numeracy skills to solve reasoning and real life problems. Children will deepen their

understanding of the 4 operations and how they can be applied to the world around them. One brilliant way we will be using our mathematic skills every day will be when we are spending our saves in Sutton Stores or when we are saving up in Seacombe Bank!






Things to remember!


  • Wider opps is on a Friday morning
  • Check Edmodo everyday
  • Spelling test is every Friday 
  • Arithmetic test is every Friday
  • Read every day, and remember to get your reading diaries signed


Don't forget to read every night and have your red books signed!


Making Mayan pottery

Exploring the Mayans at Cadbury’s World.

Want some extra practice?