Towers Drive, Hinckley, Leicestershire, LE10 OZD

01455637266

office@richmond.leics.sch.uk

Richmond Primary School

Together we will Learn, Enjoy, Achieve, Respect, Nurture

Welcome to Year 6 2021-2022

We are looking forward to seeing you all on Wednesday 25th August and hope that you have all had a relaxing summer holidays.

 

Mr Pallett and Mrs Storey will be on the playground at the top of the Year 5/6 ramp to welcome you into your classroom from 8:30.

Year 6 PE days will be Tuesday and Friday (including 27th August)

 

Your child will be leaving school at 3:20 and can be either be met on the playground or to help with their growing independence on Richmond Park, Towers Drive or with your permission to walk home alone. If you are allowing your child to walk home, could you please let us know via the Year 6 email.

year6@richmond.leics.sch.uk

Please also use this if you wish to contact either teacher regarding any issues-we usually pick up the emails from it at least once a day so  you should hear back from us within 24-48 hours.

Homework:

Please find below a copy of the homework schedule-this will begin from Monday 6th September.

 

It is also imperative that your child reads for 20 minutes at least three 

times a week. Reading records will be monitored on a Friday morning.

 

Your child also needs to spend as much time as possible on 

TimesTable Rockstars to increase their times table knowledge and their 

speed in answering questions. Login details will be given out at the start of 

new year.

Grammar, Puncuation and Spelling guide for parents.

The document below is a handy guide to refer to all of the different terms that your child will encounter during grammar lessons in Year 6.


A handy guide for parents for all of the terminology concerning grammar. Hope it helps.

Please find attached the end of year expectations for Year 6.

You will need to click this link to find your work - you will have been given your login in school.

 

http://year6.richmondprimaryschool.learning.schooljotter2.com/ 

 

If you cannot remember your login, please email year6@richmond.leics.sch.uk 

This email is not monitored all of the time however we will endeavour to reply as soon as possible

 

Don't forget that you have your TimesTable Rockstar login too and Sumdog. Once again, if you have forgotten them please use the above email.

 

If you are submitting work via the Learn part of the website,use the document below to follow the steps how to do this or you can use the above email to send work in and we will give feedback on it.

For Computing home learning, click here

 PE Home learning 

http://pe-copy.richmondprimaryschool.learning.schooljotter2.com/ 

 

 

 Whilst you are waiting your login details here are some daily tasks that you could complete.The first file are 6 daily arithmetic questions, the second file are some grammar revision questions, the third file is some reading comprehension text and questions about World War 2 and the final file are some reasoning maths questions.

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 1-6.docxDownload
 Daily Grammar questions.pdfDownload
 Quick reads.pdfDownload
 Rapid Reasoning week 1.pdfDownload
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Weekly spelling

Test on 30th November

Spelling homework pages 36 and 37

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 Miss Lenton.pdfDownload
 Soft and hard c spellings.pdfDownload
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Home learning-Week Beginning 23rd November

 If you are not in school because you are self-isolating or somebody in your house is below you will find all the work that we will be doing in class. If you are in school, there is no expectation that you need to complete this

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 5 in 5.pdfDownload
 Apostrophes_cmc.pdfDownload
 appostrophes activity.pdfDownload
 English Week beginning 23rd November.pdfDownload
 fractions of amount questions.docxDownload
 fractions of amount questions2.docxDownload
 GR-World-War-2-Blitz.pdfDownload
 Rationing narrative fair share for all-Monday afternoon.pdfDownload
 Rationing questions.pdfDownload
 Rationing text.pdfDownload
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Home learning-Week Beginning 16th November

 If you are not in school because you are self-isolating or somebody in your house is below you will find all the work that we will be doing in class. If you are in school, there is no expectation that you need to complete this

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 Causes of WW2 Wednesday.pdfDownload
 Children Evacuees information for Thursday afternoon.pdfDownload
 Explanations Reading comprehension.pdfDownload
 Goodnight Mr Tom video.urlDownload
 ough wordsearch.pdfDownload
 Start of ww2 Wednesday afternoon.pdfDownload
 Write a letter home as an evacuee Thursday afternoon.pdfDownload
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Weekly spelling

Test on 23rd November

Spelling homework page 9

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 Miss Lenton.docxDownload
 Mr Pallett and Mrs Storey 2021.docxDownload
 Mrs Lamprell 2021.docxDownload
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Home learning-Week Beginning 9th November

 If you are not in school because you are self-isolating or somebody in your house is below you will find all the work that we will be doing in class. If you are in school, there is no expectation that you need to complete this

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 Christian art Wednesday.pdfDownload
 Example Text.pdfDownload
 Five in five.pdfDownload
 How does a dishwasher work.pdfDownload
 How does the Tidy Your Bedroom work model explanation text.pdfDownload
 RE Week Monday.pdfDownload
 Write a balanced argument about is it better to express religion in art and architecture or generosity.pdfDownload
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Homework-Week beginning 9th November

 Maths-Mrs Storey's group pages 29 and 30. Mr Pallett's group page 30 and 31

Grammar- Pages 22 and 23

A Child's War Knowledge organiser

Download our Knowledge Organiser to revise key concepts from this period:

A Child's War homework

Please find below the next two weekly homework document.

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 A child's War - homework.pdfDownload
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Home learning-Week Beginning 2nd November

 If you are not in school because you are self-isolating or somebody in your house is below you will find all the work that we will be doing in class. If you are in school, there is no expectation that you need to complete this work.

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 Clauses.pdfDownload
 Completing Sentences by Writing Subordinate Clauses.pdfDownload
 Grammar subordinate clauses extending sentences.pubDownload
 Main Clause Followed by a Subordinate Clause Rule Activity.pdfDownload
 Monday afternoon-The-Animals'-war. Go through the slides and create a report about how different animals helped.pdfDownload
 Monday Read The Greengrocer poem identifying the personification.docxDownload
 Monday Use these photos to write a personification verse about the forest.pdfDownload
 Mr Pallett and Mrs Storey 2021.docxDownload
 Mrs Lamprell 2021.docxDownload
 Subordinate Clauses Differentiated Activity Sheets.pdfDownload
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Home learning-Week Beginning 26th October

 If you are not in school because you are self-isolating or somebody in your house is below you will find all the work that we will be doing in class. If you are in school, there is no expectation that you need to complete this work.

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 Dulce et Decorum est.docxDownload
 Imagery in Poetry.docxDownload
 Images of life in the trenches.pdfDownload
 In Flanders Fields.docxDownload
 Life in the Trenches in WW1 Monday.pdfDownload
 Monday afternoon.docxDownload
 Organise these sentences into the ones that you think create the most vivid picture.docxDownload
 Personification poem to read ready for writing your own personification description.docxDownload
 Questions about Dulce et Decorum est.docxDownload
 Read through this poem to identify the description and features of the poem.docxDownload
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Weekly spelling

Test on 26th October 

Homework page 43

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 Mr Pallett and Mrs Storey 2021.docxDownload
 Mrs Lamprell 2021.docxDownload
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Homework week beginning October 5th

 Spelling pages 6 and 7 of CGP book

Grammar page 33 of CGP book

Maths:       Mrs Storey's group page 22 (8 and 9 optional) of CGP book

                  Mr Pallett's group multiplication sheet

Weekly spelling

Test on 26th October 

Homework pages 6 and 7

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 Miss Lenton.docxDownload
 Mrs Lamprell.docxDownload
 spelling words - Mr Pallett and Mrs Storey.docxDownload
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Homework week beginning October 5th

 Spelling page 20 of CGP book

Grammar page 8 of CGP book

Maths:       Mrs Storey's group pages 13, 14, 15 and 16 of CGP book

       Mr Pallett's group pages 10, 11 and 12 of CGP book

Weekly spelling

Test on 12th October 

Homework page 20

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 Miss Lenton 2021.docxDownload
 Mr Pallett and Mrs Storey.docxDownload
 Mrs Lamprell 2021.docxDownload
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Weekly spelling

Test on 5th October 

Homework page 18

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 Miss Lenton 2021.docxDownload
 Mrs Lamprell 2021.docxDownload
 Mrs Storey and Mr Pallett 2021.docxDownload
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Weekly spelling.

Test on 28th September

Homework page 19

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 Miss Lenton and Mrs Lamprell.docxDownload
 Mr Pallett and Mrs Storey.docxDownload
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Getting ready for Wednesday 26th August.

Please find below the videos to show how to get to our classrooms. 

We hope that you have had a restful break and are looking forward to the great things that we will achieve this year.


Towers Drive

Richmond Park

Year 6 2020/2021

 Welcome Year 6 to your new web page. Once we are back in the new term it will be full of all of the exciting learning that you will be doing. We hope that you are enjoying the Summer break and we cannot wait to meet you all when you come back to us.

Our first Connected Learning theme is going to be called 'Revolution' which is all about the Victorian era.

Below you will find some ideas of things you might want to look at before coming back to school.

Make sure that you check back regularly as we will be putting little taster tasks over the coming

weeks so you can be ready for Year 6.

 

Mr Pallett and Mrs Storey

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 home-learning-ideas.pdfDownload
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Download our Knowledge Organiser to revise key concepts from this period:

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 Victorians-knowledge-organiser.docxDownload
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Home Learning Tasks - Update 28.06.20

Hello Year Six

We have had so much fun this week with den building, pond dipping and many other outdoor activities

- even in some very hot temperatures

Thank you once again for your exceptional behaviour and hard work.

For those of you who are still staying at home, we want to ensure that you keep learning, so we have continued to set some MUST DO tasks for YOU to complete each week. In addition to these, we have also included further work relating to reading, writing and maths, and some extended connected learning tasks. It would be great if you could attempt all of the tasks, but we understand that this might be difficult for some of you.

You can email or upload your completed work for us to see.

Remember, you all have access to Sumdog and GrammarBug to complete different tasks also.

Remember - complete the MUST DO tasks, try your best and stay safe.

Mrs Storey and Mr Pallett.

 

Please click here to get the latest guidance on how to protect yourself whilst gaming.

 

MUST DO TASKS

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 Investigating-Mayan-Civilisation-Cities.pdfDownload
 must do maths.docxDownload
 My life at Richmond Primary School.docxDownload
 The day I was erased.docxDownload
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Additional Reading

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 independent_reading_activities - week three.docxDownload
 The Toenail – Page 1 Questions set 1.docxDownload
 The Toenail – Page 1 Questions set 2.docxDownload
 The Toenail – Page 2 Questions Set 1.docxDownload
 The Toenail – Page 2 Questions Set 2.docxDownload
 The-Toenail.pdfDownload
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Additional Maths

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 Additional Maths Questions.docxDownload
 Potions Master.docxDownload
 Prison Cells.docxDownload
 The Knight Bus.docxDownload
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Additional Connected Learning

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 Investigating-Mayan-Civilisation-Farming and food.pdfDownload
 Investigating-Mayan-Civilisation-Mayan Beliefs and gods.pdfDownload
 mexican folk mirror art.docxDownload
 Mexican- Folk art Mirror-lesson plan.pdfDownload
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Year Six letter - sent home 23.06.2020

Please see the following letter which was sent home today. It contains further information about the end of term arrangements

Pond Dipping and Den Building - 6AS and 6RT Bubble Fun 23.06.2020

After all of the hard work, by the children in Year Six,  clearing and tidying the pond and woodland area, we were able to have some fun today investigating the creatures in the pond and putting our den building skills to the test. We had a great time and will really enjoy many opportunities to use these areas over the next few weeks.

END OF YEAR SIX ACTIVITIES INFORMATION

 

Home Learning Tasks - Update 21.06.20

Hello Year Six

Yet again we have had another fantastic week and it has been wonderful to see even more of you returning to school.

Thank you once again for your exceptional behaviour and hard work.

For those of you who are still staying at home, we want to ensure that you keep learning, so we have continued to set some MUST DO tasks for YOU to complete each week. In addition to these, we have also included further work relating to reading, writing and maths, and some extended connected learning tasks. It would be great if you could attempt all of the tasks, but we understand that this might be difficult for some of you.

You can email or upload your completed work for us to see.

Remember, you all have access to Sumdog and GrammarBug to complete different tasks also.

Remember - complete the MUST DO tasks, try your best and stay safe.

Mrs Storey and Mr Pallett

MUST DO TASKS

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 Frida-Kahlo- self portraits.pdfDownload
 Must do maths week 4.docxDownload
 The-Benie-Qus-Page-1 adapted.docxDownload
 The-Benie.pdfDownload
 Y6-Gadgets.pdfDownload
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Additional Reading

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 independent_reading_activities - week two.docxDownload
 the boy who fooled the world.docxDownload
 The-Benie-Qus-Page-2 set 1 and 2.docxDownload
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Additional Maths

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 einsteins_riddle.docxDownload
 Five in Five additional questions.docxDownload
 Harry Potter maths - Gringotts.docxDownload
 Harry Potter Maths - Time Turner.docxDownload
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Additional Connected Learning

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 Investigating-Mayan-Civilisation-PowerPoint-Temple design.pdfDownload
 Maya gods & beliefs - design a maya god.pdfDownload
 T2-H-4198-Mayan-Civilization-Gods-and-Beliefs-Lesson-Teaching-Pack-Powerpoint.pdfDownload
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Home Learning Tasks - Update 14.06.20

Hello Year Six

We have had another fantastic week at school with many of the Year Six children. Thank you once again for your exceptional behaviour and hard work.

For those of you who are still staying at home, we want to ensure that you keep learning, so we have continued to set some MUST DO tasks for YOU to complete each week. In addition to these, we have also included further work relating to reading, writing and maths, and some extended connected learning tasks. It would be great if you could attempt all of the tasks, but we understand that this might be difficult for some of you.

You can email or upload your completed work for us to see.

Remember, you all have access to Sumdog and GrammarBug to complete different tasks also.

Remember - complete the MUST DO tasks, try your best and stay safe.

Mrs Storey and Mr Pallett

MUST DO TASKS

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 Maths - five in five must do week three.docxDownload
 the 1000 year old boy.docxDownload
 Y6-Monsters.pdfDownload
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Additional Reading

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 Harry Potter and the Philosopher - Day one questions.docxDownload
 Harry Potter and the Philosopher - Day two questions.docxDownload
 Harry-Potter-and-the-Philosopher.docxDownload
 independent_reading_activities - week one.docDownload
 The green road - questions.docxDownload
 The Green Road.docxDownload
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Additional Maths

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 Additional questions week 3 website.docxDownload
 consecutive numbers.docxDownload
 curious numbers.docxDownload
 scrabble maths investigation.docxDownload
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Home Learning Tasks - Update 07.06.20

Hello Year Six

It has been wonderful to see so many of you back in school this week and thank you for being sensible, making the right choices and keeping everyone safe - you have also produced some fantastic work.

For those of you who are still staying at home, we want to ensure that you keep learning, so we have continued to set some MUST DO tasks for YOU to complete each week. In addition to these, we have also included further work relating to reading, writing and maths, and some extended connected learning tasks. It would be great if you could attempt all of the tasks, but we understand that this might be difficult for some of you.

You can email or upload your completed work for us to see.

Remember, you all have access to Sumdog and GrammarBug to complete different tasks also.

Remember - complete the MUST DO tasks, try your best and stay safe.

Mrs Storey and Mr Pallett

MUST DO TASKS

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 Must do Maths.docxDownload
 Sunflower - questions.docxDownload
 Sunflower.docxDownload
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Additional Reading

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 New boots - questions.docxDownload
 New boots.docxDownload
 the girl with space in her heart.docxDownload
 The-Slug-Qus-Page-1.docxDownload
 The-Slug-Qus-Page-2.docxDownload
 The-Slug.pdfDownload
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Additional Maths

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 Maths Challenge - landscape gardener.docxDownload
 Maths challenge - party planning.docxDownload
 Maths Challenge - redecoration.docxDownload
 murder mystery video.wmvDownload
 murder mystery.docDownload
 Quick questions.docxDownload
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Additional writing

Choose a different writing prompt for each day from horror, fairy tale, extraordinary characters, mystery and monologues. There is a WAGOLL for each prompt and two different pictures for you to write your own extract.

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 Creative-Writing-Prompts.pdfDownload
 Creative-Writing-Prompts.pptxDownload
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Connected Learning

Create your own Day of the Dead mask using the powerpoints. They are saved as PDF as well as a powerpoint so they can be easily viewed. Use the Mexico outline to identify the key features of Mexico-key cities, physical features

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 Mexico outline.docxDownload
 T2-G-335-Mexican-Day-of-the-Dead-Photo-PowerPoint.pdfDownload
 t2-g-336-mexican-day-of-the-dead-information-powerpoint_ver_5.pdfDownload
 us2-g-12-all-about-mexico-powerpoint.pdfDownload
 us2-g-12-all-about-mexico-powerpoint.pdfDownload
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Leicestershire Libraries Summer Reading Challenge!

Home Learning Tasks - Update 1.06.20

Hello Year Six

We want all of you to make sure you are learning at home, so we have set some MUST DO tasks for everyone to complete each week. In addition to these, we have also included further work relating to reading, writing and maths, and some extended connected learning tasks. It would be great if you could attempt all of the tasks, but we understand that this might be difficult for some of you.

You can email or upload your completed work for us to see.

Remember, you all have access to Sumdog and GrammarBug to complete different tasks also.

Remember - complete the MUST DO tasks, try your best and stay safe.

Mrs Storey and Mr Pallett

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Must do tasks

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 Balanced argument text.docxDownload
 Bubbleboy reading 1.docxDownload
 Bubbleboy reading 2.docxDownload
 Connected learning-Diamond 9 on climate change.docxDownload
 Maths.docxDownload
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Additional reading

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 inference_deduction.docDownload
 Kick 1.docxDownload
 Kick 2.docxDownload
 The Boy At the Back of the class 1.docxDownload
 The Boy At the Back of the class 2.docxDownload
 The House with Chicken Legs 1.docxDownload
 The House with Chicken Legs 2.docxDownload
 The Mystery of the colour thief.docxDownload
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Additional maths

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 Consecutive number types A.docxDownload
 Consecutive number types B.docxDownload
 Consecutive number types C.docxDownload
 Consecutive number types D.docxDownload
 Consecutive number types ULTIMATE.docxDownload
 Product challenge A.docxDownload
 Product challenge B.docxDownload
 Product challenge C.docxDownload
 Product challenge- ULTIMATE no calculator.docxDownload
 Symbol puzzle A.docxDownload
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Additional writing

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 Persuasive letter.docxDownload
 Review.docxDownload
 Story.docxDownload
 Write this conversation as piece of dialogue.docxDownload
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Additional Connected Learning

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 Match the Arctic terms.docxDownload
 Speech on impact of climate change in the Arctic.docxDownload
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Starting back to school..........

 Please find below the leaflet explaining about coming back to school on Monday 1st June. 

Home Learning Tasks - Update 18.05.20

Hello Year Six

We want all of you to make sure you are learning at home, so we have set some MUST DO tasks for everyone to complete each week. In addition to these, we have also included further work relating to reading, writing and maths, and some extended connected learning tasks. It would be great if you could attempt all of the tasks, but we understand that this might be difficult for some of you.

You can email or upload your completed work for us to see.

Remember, you all have access to Sumdog and GrammarBug to complete different tasks also.

Remember - complete the MUST DO tasks, try your best and stay safe.

Mrs Storey and Mr Pallett

Must do tasks - Week beginning 18th May

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 Powerless task one.docxDownload
 Reading task - the Iron Man.docxDownload
 speedy-maths.docxDownload
 The sinking of the ‘unsinkable’ Titanic..docxDownload
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Additional Reading Tasks

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 Additional reading task five - Whales.docxDownload
 Additional reading task four - The Park.docxDownload
 Additional reading task one - Beowulf.docxDownload
 Additional reading task three - A boy called hope.docxDownload
 Additional reading task two - A boy called hope.docxDownload
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Additional Writing Tasks.

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 Additional writing task one – amazing achievements.docxDownload
 addtional writing task three - the fairy-like creatures.docxDownload
 addtional writing task two - recreating designs.docxDownload
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Additional Maths Tasks

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 additional maths - challenge 1.docxDownload
 additional maths - challenge 2.docxDownload
 additional maths - co-ordinates.docxDownload
 additional maths - translation.docxDownload
 reflection.docxDownload
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Additional Connected Learning

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 Arctic Shelters- make your own.docxDownload
 Inuit Artwork.docxDownload
 life on board the Titanic.docxDownload
 Polar creature - letter of complaint.docxDownload
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Home Learning Tasks - Update 11.05.20

We want all of you to make sure you are learning at home, so we have set some MUST DO tasks for everyone to complete each week. In addition to these, we have also included further work relating to reading, writing and maths, and some extended connected learning tasks. It would be great if you could attempt all of the tasks, but we understand that this might be difficult for some of you.

You can email or upload your completed work for us to see.

Remember, you all have access to Sumdog and GrammarBug to complete different tasks also.

Remember - complete the MUST DO tasks, try your best and stay safe. 

Mrs Cox has also put some more 'optional' computing tasks on her web page.  Click Here.

Mrs Storey and Mr Pallett

Must do tasks-Week beginning 11th May

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 Connected Learning-Plan a rescue mission.docxDownload
 Maths.docxDownload
 Reading-A Place called Pefect2.docxDownload
 Reading-A Place called Perfect.docxDownload
 Writing.docxDownload
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Additional reading -Week beginning 11th May

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 A pocketful of stars.docxDownload
 A Pocketful of Stars2.docxDownload
 Stormbreaker.docxDownload
 Stormbreaker2.docxDownload
 The Nowhere Emporium.docxDownload
 The Nowhere Emporium2.docxDownload
 Who let the Gods out 2.docxDownload
 Who let the Gods out.docxDownload
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Additional Maths tasks-Week beginning 11th May

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 Missing digits A.docxDownload
 Missing digits and bidmas.docxDownload
 Missing digits B.docxDownload
 Missing digits C.docxDownload
 Missing digits D.docxDownload
 Mixed word problems.docxDownload
 Multiplication challenge A.docxDownload
 Multiplication challenge B.docxDownload
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Additional Writing tasks- Week beginning 11th May

The polar bear story is the same picture from a few weeks back but this time there is a new audience for your story.

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 It was winter.docxDownload
 Polar bear story.docxDownload
 Sea wall.docxDownload
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Additional Connected Learning tasks- Week beginning 11th May

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 A to Z.docxDownload
 Balanced argument.docxDownload
 Imagine that Earth has entered another Ice Age.docxDownload
 Natural resources.docxDownload
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Home Learning Tasks - Update 04.05.20

May the 4th be with you!

We want all of you to make sure you are learning at home, so we have set some MUST DO tasks for everyone to complete each week. In addition to these, we have also included further work relating to reading, writing and maths, and some extended connected learning tasks. It would be great if you could attempt all of the tasks, but we understand that this might be difficult for some of you.

You can email or upload your completed work for us to see.

Remember, you all have access to Sumdog and GrammarBug to complete different tasks also.

Remember - complete the MUST DO tasks, try your best and stay safe. 

Mrs Cox has also put some more 'optional' computing tasks on her web page.  Click Here.

Mrs Storey and Mr Pallett

MUST DO TASKS  - WEEK BEGINNING 04.05.2020

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 Clothing Catalogue Worksheet.pdfDownload
 Connected learning.docxDownload
 Equipment Catalogue Worksheet.pdfDownload
 Food List Worksheet.pdfDownload
 Going the distance must do.docxDownload
 Going the distance text.docxDownload
 Maths.docxDownload
 Mondust questions must do.docxDownload
 Mondust text.docxDownload
 Writing.docxDownload
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Additional reading tasks.

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 Additional questions based on Going the Distance.docxDownload
 Additional questions based on Moondust.docxDownload
 Going the distance text.docxDownload
 Mondust text.docxDownload
 RUBBISH.docxDownload
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Additional Maths tasks.

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 Challenge-questions 1-6 are most suitable.pdfDownload
 Maths problems.docxDownload
 Times table shape problem.docxDownload
 Which is the best deal for Addy and Subby.docxDownload
 Which is the best deal for Divvy and Multi.docxDownload
 Which is the best deal for Tommy and Timmy turtle.docxDownload
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Additional writing tasks. All based on The Lighthouse video from the Must Do task

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 Diary entry.docxDownload
 New ending.docxDownload
 Newspaper article.docxDownload
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Additional Connected Learning tasks.

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 Art.docxDownload
 Effects Of Melting Ice Colour Code.docxDownload
 Ice Berg information.docxDownload
 Ice berg questions.docxDownload
 The-Northern-Lights-powerpoint.pdfDownload
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Home Learning Tasks - Update 27.04.20

We want all of you to make sure you are learning at home, so we have set some MUST DO tasks for everyone to complete each week. In addition to these, we have also included further work relating to reading, writing and maths, and some extended connected learning tasks. It would be great if you could attempt all of the tasks, but we understand that this might be difficult for some of you.

You can email or upload your completed work for us to see.

Remember, you all have access to Sumdog and GrammarBug to complete different tasks also.

Remember - complete the MUST DO tasks, try your best and stay safe.

Mrs Storey and Mr Pallett

MUST DO TASKS  - WEEK BEGINNING 27.04.2020

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 Antarctica-food-web.docxDownload
 food web animals.pngDownload
 Food web answers.pdfDownload
 Maths.docxDownload
 Task instructions.docxDownload
 The-Cave-Qus-Page-1.docxDownload
 The-Cave-Qus-Page-2.docxDownload
 The-Cave.pdfDownload
 Who is eating who.pdfDownload
 Who's-eating-who.docxDownload
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Writing task- Watch the video

23 Degrees 5 Minutes found here https://vimeo.com/62773137 

Over the course of the week you need to re-tell the story in your own words. There will be a video uploaded each day to help with your task.

Below you will find the plan and some vocabulary to help structure your story.

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 Story plan and vocbulary.docxDownload
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Here are your videos to help with your writing. Don't forget about using adventurous vocabulary, varied sentence starters, a range of sentence structures ( subordinating conjunctions to start and in the middle of your sentences), relative clauses, a range of punctuation and most importantly an engaging piece of writing

Here are pictures of all my paragraphs. Hope that you enjoyed writing your story.

Additional reading tasks.

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 a-journey-to-the-bottom-of-the-sea.docDownload
 Antarctica reading comprehension questions.docxDownload
 Antarctica_Fact_sheet.docxDownload
 Cosmic.docxDownload
 The Island at the end of everything text.docxDownload
 The Pet.docDownload
 The-Island-at-the-End-of-Everything-.docxDownload
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Additional Maths tasks

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 Angles-in-a-triangle-2020.docxDownload
 Angles-in-a-triangle-missing-angles-2020.docxDownload
 Angles-in-a-triangle-special-cases-2020.docxDownload
 Challenge-The most suitable are questions 1-6 but how many can you solve.docxDownload
 Challenge-The most suitable are questions 1-6 but how many can you solve.pdfDownload
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Additional Connected Learning 

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 Plankton task.docxDownload
 Plankton Video Questions.docxDownload
 Design a new Antarctic animal.docDownload
 Plankton task 2.pngDownload
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Home Learning Tasks - Update 20.04.20 

Hello Year Six

We hope you had a good Easter break, relaxed with your families and stayed safe at home. Many thanks for all the Easter jokes and activities which were sent in. 

We know that prior to the Easter holidays, lots of you had been completing all of our challenges, but some children didn't have time. We want all of you to make sure you are learning at home, so we have set some MUST DO tasks for everyone to complete each week. In addition to these, we have also included further work relating to reading, writing and maths, and some extended connected learning tasks. It would be great if you could attempt all of the tasks, but we understand that this might be difficult for some of you.

You can email or upload your completed work for us to see.

Remember - complete the MUST DO tasks, try your best and stay safe.

Mrs Storey and Mr Pallett

MUST DO TASKS  - WEEK BEGINNING 20.04.2020

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 Arctic adventure.docxDownload
 arctic and antarctic sorting cards.docxDownload
 FactHuntCards set with answers.docxDownload
 Sorting information.docxDownload
 speedy maths.docxDownload
 The Hobbit.docDownload
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Maths videos

ADDITIONAL READING TASKS  

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 Narrative-A Boy called Mouse.docxDownload
 Narrative-A New Hero.docxDownload
 Narrative-Fire Girl.docxDownload
 Narrative-Listen to the Moon.docxDownload
 Poetry-My Mind.docxDownload
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ADDITIONAL WRITING TASKS  

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 A day in the life of....docxDownload
 A new way to travel.docxDownload
 graffiti street.docxDownload
 save our habitats.docxDownload
 The bear necessities.docxDownload
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ADDITIONAL MATHS TASKS   

If you do attempt any of these tasks, please look at the order of days and tasks e.g Monday, Tuesday ......    A, B, C, D........

There is a PowerPoint and information sheet to help you with these tasks. There are also some different formats of the same task to help you access the information.

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 fun friday problems.pdfDownload
 fun friday problems.pubDownload
 How to draw a line graph - Wednesday.docxDownload
 Interpret line graph task D - Tuesday.docDownload
 Interpret line graph task F - Tuesday.docDownload
 Interpreting Line Graphs Task E - Tuesday.docDownload
 Interpreting-graphs G.pdfDownload
 Monday line graphs Set A - C.pdfDownload
 Monday line graphs Set A - C.pubDownload
 Monday - introduction to line graphs.pptxDownload
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ADDITIONAL CONNECTED LEARNING TASKS   

Time to travel is an extended task - the polar kit sheet is additional information

Explorer's diaries provides you with information about famous explorers

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 Arctic information.docDownload
 Explorer's diaries - Discovering Antarctica.urlDownload
 factsheet-polar-kit-and-clothing.pdfDownload
 time to travel.docxDownload
 time to travel.pubDownload
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Update 06.04.20 Happy Easter

We would like to thank you for all of your hard work - it has been fantastic to see all of the different things which you have sent to us. As it is the Easter holidays, we would like you to all have a great Easter, therefore we will not be setting work, however please have a look at the Easter document for ideas of things which you might like to do over the next two weeks.

Stay safe and have fun

Mrs Storey and Mr Pallett

 

Update 30.03.20: Home learning for Y6 children

Please find below a list of activities to complete this week for Reading,Writing, Maths and Connected Learning. Mrs Cox has also provided you with instructions for an educational game, CLICK HERE

All of the documents are read only so you will need to save them on your device to edit them. I would recommend saving them as your name and the curriculum area e.g.

Writing1Your nameandsurname. 

Once you have completed your task,you can then upload it to the Sharepoint folder. Hopefully, there will be no issues as everyone's file will be called a different name and then we will have no issues of children overwriting others work.

Do not worry if you cannot send your work, you can complete it in your pink book that you took home.

Don't forget that you still have Sumdog and Timestable Roackstar to play on-I am keeping an eye on the leader boards to see how you are all getting on.

Reading

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 Character description.docDownload
 Motorbikes-reading-comprehension-and-questions.docxDownload
 My journey never ends reading.docxDownload
 Out on the ocean reading1.docxDownload
 Robin Hood and the Potter - reading sheet.pdfDownload
 Robin Hood and the potter questions.docxDownload
 THE-SOUND-OF-BREAKING-GLASS.docxDownload
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Writing. 

 Remember to try and use a range of punctuation and Year 6 writing features-expanded noun phrases, parenthesis etc

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 Writing task-balanced argument.docxDownload
 Writing task-newspaper report.docxDownload
 Writing task-persuasive text.docxDownload
 Writing task-stepping stones story.docxDownload
 Writing task-the temple story.docxDownload
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Maths

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 Read and interpret information.docxDownload
 Time intervals.docxDownload
 Timetables.docxDownload
 Word problems.docDownload
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Daily practice sheets

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 29-34.docxDownload
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Connected Learning

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 Desert Fox Arctic fox comparison.docxDownload
 Gal-pagos-with-David-Attenborough.mp4Download
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Animal Adaptation Game

Check back every day to find out how successful your animal is in the real  world. Leave a comment below of what adaptations you have chosen and why. Leave a comment during the week to explain how your animal is doing.

Guestbook

Please feel free to sign our guestbook and leave a comment...

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Acer Hogg(about a year ago)

Hi Mr Pallett My adaptions for my creature are: large ears horns 360 vision claws strong running legs

Dexter(about a year ago)

I got 90 points for my animal adaptations!

Sam(about a year ago)

my adaptions - camoflages into surroundings, has 360 vision and claws for climbing. I completed the drawing in the pink book if that's ok. Mr Pallett- I already commented my adaptions, so I refreshed the page and it didn't come up. Does it take a while to come up? Please help.

Sam(about a year ago)

Were we meant to do this on Monday or no? Sorry if we were. I did the pollution game on Monday instead. Anyway, my animal has 360 vision, camoflages into surroundings and has claws so they can climb

James(about a year ago)

I looked at my score and i got 50 marks.

Mrs Storey(about a year ago)

Thank you for all of your comments and information regarding your adaptations. You would certainly create some unusual creatures.

Mr Pallett(about a year ago)

Hi Lexie-sorry you're having problems with the game. It must only work on laptops i'm afraid. Hope that you're ok other than that? Mr Pallett

Mr Pallett(about a year ago)

Great ideas everyone-your first scenarios are bout to be revealed. Make sure you keep a record of your points!

Fearne P(about a year ago)

Hello Mr Pallett When I open the following documents they appear as blank, I have word processing packages but not Microsoft Writing task-balanced argument.docx Writing task-newspaper report.docx Writing task-persuasive text.docx Writing task-stepping stones story.docx Writing task-the temple story.docx I have wrote a persuasive task of my own in the mean time and other tasks that I am able to open. some of my friends have opened them up and had a few problems I will upload my work at the end of the week, thanks Fearne

Rohan(about a year ago)

I choose 360 vision, camouflage fur, claws, strong climbing legs and thick fur

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Please use this link to find our Year 6 Sharepoint folder. Please follow the instructions in the letter given out to the children to access the documents and upload completed work.

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