Year 6 - Sycamore and Poplar
Welcome to Year 6
Adults: Miss Edwards, Mrs McVeigh, Mrs Wilson, Mrs Dawson and Mrs Burrin.
In Poplar, Mr Southren will be in class until December, while he completes his final teaching placement.
Homework: Set on a Friday, due on a Wednesday. Autumn 1 homework tasks from ‘“Moving On Up” document.
Spellings are set and tested on Fridays.
Reading - We would like children to read at least 3 times per week.
This term’s learning
Our topic for the Autumn term is “We’ll meet again.” Learning will include a trip to Stibbington for an evacuation experience, as well as a day of practising and producing a Lord Woolton Pie.
Sycamore - Monday - Outdoor PE
Thursday - Indoor PE
Poplar - Monday - Indoor PE
Thursday - Outdoor PE
Children can wear PE kit for both PE days.
Isolation-Home Learning-Autumn Term
Below you will find the two documents needed for your child, should they need to self-isolate at home. The first word document explains the English, Maths and Topic work.
(For reference with the maths units of works on the White Rose website. Week Beginning - 11th October 2021- corresponds with Autumn Week 8- Number:Fractions.)
The second document is a PDF, which has all the activities on for the English activities.
We wish you all well, and look forward to seeing the children's work when they return to school.
Homework and Spellings
For Autumn 1, children will be required to complete a task from the "Moving On Up" document.
These will be as follows:
10.09.21 Page 10 Song Lyrics Comprehension
17.09.21 Page 13 Create - short burst writing activities
24.09.21 Page 20 Investigate spelling with silent letters
01.10.21 Pages 7 and 8 Navigate - reading comprehension about Titanic
08.10.21 Page 18 Word map spelling activity
15.10.21 Page 14 Writing challenge
22.10.21 Page 16 Origami Story Generator
Please send work into school by Wednesday of the following week.
If your child wishes to complete additional activities, please send these into school as we would like to acknowledge their efforts.
This week, we have solved BIDMAS problems and commenced our unit of learning about fractions. Times table knowledge is a must with these.
Having completed our Stibbington recounts last week, we started learning about biographies and autobiographies, identifying features, practising oral biographies, then recording significant events of Winston Churchill’s life.