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Week 13 video. Hi Year 6. Hope you are all well. It has been great seeing you recently and talking to some of you on the phone. Here is the video for this week. There is a message about the leavers assembly video so please watch it carefully. If any of you want to send in a video of you doing some tiktoks, please do I will use them in the assembly. Have a great second last week. Mr Rodrigo

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Hi Year 6,

 

If you need to send a video that is too big to send on a normal email, use this link https://wetransfer.com/ It will let you send a file up to 2GB in size.

Just a reminder for videos and pictures. This week I need:

- baby pictures.

- a video of you miming or singing 'Times like these' (send it in using www.wetransfer.com).

- A picture of you in navy against a white or navy background.

- Choir you need to send in videos for Miss Palmer. Go to the choir webpage for more information.

 

Make sure you have also sent in your videos from last week. One saying you favourite memory of Sacred Heart and the other explaining what you want to be when you are older.

Week 12 video 1

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Week 12 video 2

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Hi Year 6,

 

Don’t forget to send in your videos for the end of year video assembly. This week I need two videos.

 

  • One the has you tell your favourite memory of Sacred Heart (that can be in any year group)
  • One that tells me what you want to do when you are older.

 

These don’t have to be long video clips. Once you have done them please send them to admin@sacredheart.islington.sch.uk

 

I will be giving you a new task next Monday to do with music.

 

Mr Rodrigo

Good morning Year 6S. Welcome to Week 11 of your learning. Below are two videos explaining your learning this week. The PDFs of this learning pack are available on the Home Learning page of the website along side the Maths videos. I have also put the answers to last weeks maths at the bottom. Have a great week. Mr Rodrigo.

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Week 11b.mp4

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This should help you with your science on Wednesday.

Hi 6S, watch this video with me and Mr Rodrigo to find out what you are doing in your learning packs this week. There are two videos so make sure you watch them both.

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Video 2

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Hi 6S, welcome back to Week 9 of your home learning.

 

It was really nice to speak to some of you last week and hear that you are doing well. I have had some great work sent in too, which you should be able to see below. On the phone call last week, I told your parents that I (Ms Brown)  will be taking your class until the end of the year. I am really excited to see some of you return this week.

 

Below I will explain this week’s tasks in English, Reading, Maths, Science, RE and Topic. There are 5 days worth of work this week. I have put some extra links to help you should you wan to use them. I have also, at the bottom, put the answers to last weeks maths work.

 

In English, you will be writing a letter to your secondary school. This is a great opportunity to think about your strengths and things you want to get better at but also the things you are excited about or more nervous about. Before you start writing, you will need to plan your letter. I have included a planning template for you to use, which should help you structure what you are writing.

 

In Reading, you will be completing some comprehension and writing a review of a book you have read. Make sure you continue to read for pleasure for 30mins a day.

 

For Maths you will be working on multiplying, dividing and fractions to decimals. I have put some videos that go with the lessons on the website. Use them they are really good and help with the learning a lot. You can pause them as you are watching to help too. I have also added the answers to last week’s maths at the bottom of this so you can check your work.

 

I have also put the answers to last week’s Maths under this post so you can check your work.

 

For RE, you have some more tasks based around the Kingdom of Heaven and some work on exploring the parable of the mustard seed. Both of these task are laid out clearly in your packs.

 

You will be continuing your work on South America in Topic. This will include two design projects. One are and the other DT. Please send any of your designs to the school so I can put them on the website.

 

In Science, you will be looking at micro-organism . There is an error on the timetable. For this one but the work is clear in the pack. You will be learning about micro-organisms then you will create one yourself. There is a clear template for you to use to do this.

 

There will still be Mathletics and Reading eggs set every week and I will also be adding some brain teasers and activities you may want to try every few days. You can email your answers to the school admin email (admin@sacredheart.islington.sch.uk) remember to say which class you are in. These are not compulsory but they may be fun.

 

Maths Help:

 

 

General: Use these videos to help you with the maths questions. They will explain how to work out the answers and each one is linked to the lesson for that day.

 

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-6/

 

General help

 

 https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/tags/zhgppg8/year-5-and-p6-lessons/1

 

 

 

 

 

 

Week 8 Home Learning.

 

Welcome back to Week 8 6S. I hope you had a great half term and enjoyed the sun with your family.  This weeks learning is laid out slightly differently than before so make sure you read it carefully. It is one document per week with the work in the order I would like you to complete it in. There are subheadings that tell you which day you are on and a timetable at the start.

 

Below I will explain this week’s tasks in English, Reading, Maths, Science, RE and Topic. There are 5 days worth of work this week. I have put some extra links to help you should you wan to use them. I have also, at the bottom, put the answers to last weeks maths work.

 

In English, you will be writing a newspaper article on one of three topics I have given on the writing prompt. Before you start writing, you will need to plan your article. I have included a planning template for you to use, which should help you structure what you are writing. I have also added a link below to BBC bitesize daily. It is a lessons that might help you when you are writing your article.

 

Writing an report: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/znq4kmn

 

In Reading, you will be completing some comprehension and writing a review of a book you have read. Make sure you continue to read for pleasure for 30mins a day.

 

For Maths you will be continuing with fractions; multiplying, dividing and finding amounts. I have put some videos that go with the lessons on the website. Use them they are really good and help with the learning a lot. You can pause them as you are watching to help too. I have also added the answers to last week’s maths at the bottom of this so you can check your work.

 

I have also put the answers to last week’s Maths under this post so you can check your work.

 

For RE, you have some tasks based around the Kingdom of Heaven and some work on exploring the parable of the mustard seed. Both of these task are laid out clearly in your packs.

 

You will be continuing your work on South America in Topic. This will include some research on food and a comparing task. It is a really interesting topic so if you want to send any pictures in please do so.

 

In Science, you will be looking at micro-organism . This includes planning an investigation, there is a template to use to help you with this and a powerpoint to read through first.

 

There will still be Mathletics and Reading eggs set every week and I will also be adding some brain teasers and activities you may want to try every few days. You can email your answers to the school admin email (admin@sacredheart.islington.sch.uk) remember to say which class you are in. These are not compulsory but they may be fun.

 

Maths Help:

 

 

General: Use these videos to help you with the maths questions. They will explain how to work out the answers and each one is linked to the lesson for that day.

 

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-6/

 

General help

 

 https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/tags/zhgppg8/year-5-and-p6-lessons/1

 

 

 

 

 

 

Here is a great letter to Boris Johnson, written by Jeremiah. A well structured persuasion detailing why the government should award NHS workers a pay rise. Well done Jeremiah this is excellent.

Take a look at this great fact file on the Amazon Rainforest created and sent in by Dalvin. Amazing presentation Dalvin! Great handwriting and picture.

Wow some excellent work from Mazd over the last few weeks. Well done Mazd! This is so organised and the work looks great.

Good morning 6S! Welcome to Week 7 of your home learning.

 

I hope you and your families are well. We miss you at school. How did you find the work last week? If anything was too difficult, use the links to help you. If you have any letters from last week I would love to publish them on the website or would like to send in a picture of any of the work you have done please do (admin@sacredheart.islington.sch.uk). You might also want to try BBC bitesize home learning.  Here is the link to the site to help https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/tags/zhgppg8/year-5-and-p6-lessons/1

 

 

 

Below I will explain this week’s tasks in English, Reading, Maths, Science, RE and Topic. There are 5 days worth of work this week. I have put some extra links to help you should you wan to use them. I have also, at the bottom, put the answers to last weeks maths work.

 

In English, you will be writing a balanced argument on one of three topics I have given on the writing prompt. Before you start writing, you will need to plan your argument. I have included a planning template for you to use, which should help you structure what you are writing. I have also added some links below to BBC bitesize daily. They are short lessons that might help you when you are writing your arguments. The second link is about writing an argument/debate. Your writing will be a balance argument so make sure you present both sides of the topic you are writing about. Your plan should help you do this.

 

Using hyphens and dashes https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zmnwjhv

Writing an argument/debate https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zhmdjhv

 

 

In Reading, you will be completing some comprehension and writing a review of a book you have read. Make sure you continue to read for pleasure for 30mins a day.

 

For Maths you will be moving on to fractions. Comparing, adding and subtracting. I have put some videos that go with the lessons on the website. Use them they are really good and help with the learning a lot. You can pause them as you are watching to help too. I have also added the answers to last week’s maths at the bottom of this so you can check your work.

 

I have also put the answers to last week’s Maths under this post so you can check your work.

 

 

For RE, you have some tasks based around Laudato Si and some work on exploring a person of God. Both of these task are laid out clearly in your packs.

 

You will be continuing your work on South America in Topic. This will include some research on the amazon rainforest and a DT task. It is a really interesting topic so if you want to send any pictures in please do so.

 

In Science, you will be looking at the evidence there is for evolution. This includes looking at the way that scientist have used fossils to determine what has happened in the past. I have put a PowerPoint on the website for you to go through. Then you will need to write an explanation text explaining how they use evidence and what scientist have learnt.

There will still be Mathletics and Reading eggs set every week and I will also be adding some brain teasers and activities you may want to try every few days. You can email your answers to the school admin email (admin@sacredheart.islington.sch.uk) remember to say which class you are in. These are not compulsory but they may be fun.

 

Maths Help:

 

 

General: Use these videos to help you with the maths questions. They will explain how to work out the answers and each one is linked to the lesson for that day.

 

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-6/

 

General help

 

 https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/tags/zhgppg8/year-5-and-p6-lessons/1

 

 

 

 

 

 

What a great story from Abigail. Really inventive and beautifully presented.

Great Maths work Abigail!!!

Some wonderful pieces of Art work sent in by Matthew this week. Well done Matthew they are amazing.

Week 6

 

Hi 6S! Well done on completing Week 5 and welcome to Week 6.

 

I hope you are keeping safe at home and feeling well. Have you had a chance to watched Ms Pipkin's assembly and seen the 'Share the Love' video?  Send one of your own in too. How did you find the work last week? If anything was too difficult, use the links to help you. If you have any good stories or would like to send in a picture of any of the work you have done please do (admin@sacredheart.islington.sch.uk). Its been really nice to see that some of you have and I will post it when you do. 

 

 

 

Below I will explain this week’s tasks in English, Reading, Maths, Science, RE and Topic. There are 5 days worth of work this week. I have put some extra links to help you should you wan to use them. I have also, at the bottom, put the answers to last weeks maths work.

 

In English, you will be writing a persuasive letter on one of three topics I have given on the writing prompt. Before you start writing, you will need to plan your letter. I have included a planning template for you to use, which should help you structure what you are writing. I have also added some links below to BBC bitesize daily. They are short lessons that might help you when you are writing your letters. The second link is about writing a formal report. I know this isn’t what you are writing but it discusses formal language which will be really helpful as your letter should be formally written. You can address your letter to whomever you want.

 

Using brackets https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zn8c47h

Writing a formal report https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zhqbrj6

 

 

In Reading, you will be completing some comprehension and writing a review of a book you have read. Make sure you continue to read for pleasure for 30mins a day.

 

For Maths you will be continuing to look at angles in shape then moving on to problem solving. I have put some videos that go with the lessons on the website. Use them they are really good and help with the learning a lot. You can pause them as you are watching to help too. I have also added the answers to last week’s maths at the bottom of this so you can check your work.

 

 

For RE, you have some tasks based around Prayer and a passage from John’s Gospel. This includes reading and analysing the passage then discussing its meaning.

 

You will be continuing your work on South America in Topic. This will include some Art work in the style of Brazilian street artist Eduardo Kobra. It is really vibrant, colourful art so this should be a great task to get on with. Send in any of your pieces. There is also a geography lesson that will ask you to compare the differences between countries.

 

In Science, you will be looking at adaptations. These are the changed that occur in living things over  along period of time that allow them to become more suited to their environment.  I have put a powerpoint on the website for you to go through and this link might be helpful. https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zvhhvcw/articles/zxg7y4j

Then you will need to create a diagram of a animal/plant or other living thing that is specifically adapted to living in a Year 6 classroom. Think about what features would allow it to survive (hide, eat, drink etc…)

 

There will still be Mathletics and Reading eggs set every week and I will also be adding some brain teasers and activities you may want to try every few days. You can email your answers to the school admin email (admin@sacredheart.islington.sch.uk) remember to say which class you are in. These are not compulsory but they may be fun.

 

Maths Help:

 

 

General: Use these videos to help you with the maths questions. They will explain how to work out the answers and each one is linked to the lesson for that day.

 

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-6/

 

General help

 

 https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/tags/zhgppg8/year-5-and-p6-lessons/1

 

 

 

 

 

 

For those of you looking for a bit of a Maths challenge, try these. I will add the answers to this week's Maths work on Friday.

Camlio's story for the first week is brilliant. Very inventive and excellent use of vocabulary. Well done Camilo.

Week 5

 

Hi there 6S! Hope you and your families are well and staying safe.

 

Did you have a good week? This can be a difficult time so make sure you are continuing to talk with your family and friends and share how you are doing. Have you watch Ms Pipkin’s assembly yet? How did you find the work last week? If anything was too difficult, use the links to help you. You might also want to try BBC bitesize home learning.  Here is the link to the site to help https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/tags/zhgppg8/year-5-and-p6-lessons/1

 

 

 

The next 3 weeks of work in now up on the website and I have put new timetables as well, remember to use the timetables as this will tell you what you are doing in each subject and when you are doing it. It will also explain which resources from the Home Learning pack you might need. Below I will explain this week’s work. There are 4 day worth of work because Friday is the bank holiday.

 

In English, you will be writing a narrative story based on a picture of a tiny dragon. There are some talking points first and a plan to complete before you start writing. Make sure you complete the planning first as it will help you structure your writing and ensure your story makes sense. I have added some links below to BBC bitesize daily. They are short lessons that might help you when you are writing your story.

 

Expanded Noun Phrases https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z4d6t39

Punctuation https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zb2wjhv

 

 

In Reading, you will be completing some comprehension and writing a review of a book you have read. Make sure you continue to read for pleasure for 30mins a day.

 

For Maths you will be looking at angles in shape. I have put some videos that go with the lessons on the website. Use them they are really good and help with the learning a lot. You can pause them as you are watching to help too.

 

 

For RE, you have some tasks based around Pentecost and Easter. This includes looking at Pope Francis’ actions and discussing how he is influenced by his faith.

 

You will be continuing your work on South America in Topic. This will include some Art work in the style of Brazilian street artist Eduardo Kobra. It is really vibrant, colourful art so this should be a great task to get on with. Send in any of your pieces.

 

In Science, you will be looking at inheritance. I have put powerpoint on the website for you to go through and this link might be helpful. https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/z7x78xs/articles/zp9f4qt

Then you will need to create a poster to explain what inheritance is.

 

There will still be Mathletics and Reading eggs set every week and I will also be adding some brain teasers and activities you may want to try every few days. You can email your answers to the school admin email (admin@sacredheart.islington.sch.uk) remember to say which class you are in. These are not compulsory but they may be fun.

 

Maths Help:

 

 

 

 

General: Use these videos to help you with the maths questions. They will explain how to work out the answers and each one is linked to the lesson for that day.

 

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-6/

 

General help

 

 https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/tags/zhgppg8/year-5-and-p6-lessons/1

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jeremiah has produced this great poem and sent it in. Some great examples of personification and rhyming throughout. Well done!

Week 4 Challenge

 

You remember the story of the 3 Little Pigs.
Draw a pig on a piece of paper like in the picture

 

 

Build a house out of toothpicks/sticks and bluetac around the pig. You may use as many toothpicks as you would like but only 12 dots bluetac.

Use a blow dryer to see if the structure can protect the pig.

 

Take a picture or video of the house being tested and send it in.

admin@sacredheart.islington.sch.uk 

 

Hi 6S! Welcome to week 4 of your home learning.

 

I hope you are well and enjoyed the weather last week. Did you manage to get out for some exercise? Remember to continue to use the Joe Wicks daily work out to keep yourself healthy and active. How did you find the work last week? If anything was too difficult, use the links to help you. Here is the link to Newsround so you can continue to watch it in the mornings: https://www.bbc.co.uk/newsround/news/watch_newsround

 

 

The work this week is as follows, remember to use the timetables as this will tell you what you are doing in each subject and when you are doing it. It will also explain which resources from the Home Learning pack you might need.

 

In English, you will be writing a poem after exploring the Budapest poem that has been put on the website. It is up to you how you want to write the poem but make sure you explore the language you use before you write. Have a look at the use of personification (describing a non-human thing as having human qualities) this will help you create the best poems. Also remember the other forms of poetic language: similes, metaphors, alliteration, figurative language and see if you can get some of them in your writing too.

 

In Reading, you will be completing some comprehension and writing a review of a book you have read. Make sure you continue to read for pleasure for 30mins a day.

 

For Maths you will be looking at scaling factors, proportion and angles. I have put some links below to help you if you need them.

 

For RE, you have some tasks based around Pentecost and Easter. This includes looking at the Jewish celebration of Shavu’ot and how Pope Francis lives in the Spirit of Pentecost.

 

You will be continuing your work on South America in Topic. This will include some Art work, an a Geography research project on El Nino. This website might help you with this: https://climatekids.nasa.gov/el-nino/

 

In Science, you will be looking at Evolution. This week, you will be looking at adaptive traits. These are the adaptations that occur in species that make them more suited to the habitat they live in.

 

There will still be Mathletics and Reading eggs set every week and I will also be adding some brain teasers and activities you may want to try every few days. You can email your answers to the school admin email (admin@sacredheart.islington.sch.uk) remember to say which class you are in. These are not compulsory but they may be fun.

 

Maths Help:

 

 

 

Ratio: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RQ2nYUBVvqI&list=PLUPEBWbAHUsy8XFOyG-aloxtb-yKNSk8J&index=2&t=0s

 

General: Use these videos to help you with the maths questions. They will explain how to work out the answers and each one is linked to the lesson for that day. All of this weeks lessons are under week 2.

 

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-6/

 

 

These may also be helpful:

 

Proportion:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=USmit5zUGas

 

Angles

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DGKwdHMiqCg&list=PLUPEBWbAHUsxuIbsAS--B6cobarm2bty2&index=3&t=0s

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_n3KZR1DSEo&list=PLUPEBWbAHUsxuIbsAS--B6cobarm2bty2&index=3

 

Triangles:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mLeNaZcy-hE&list=PLUPEBWbAHUsxuIbsAS--B6cobarm2bty2&index=5

 

Quadrilaterals:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yiREqzDsMP8&list=PLUPEBWbAHUsxuIbsAS--B6cobarm2bty2&index=6

 

 

 

 

Hi 6S,

 

here is your next task.

 

I have put a link below to a website below where you can work toward special computing awards/badges that you can use in Secondary school. 

Hi all, here is the answer to the teaser from Monday. I will post another one tomorrow.

Week 3 challenge. If you find an answer to this email it to admin@sacredheart.islington.sch.uk make sure you put your first name and class on the email. I will post some answers on Wednesday.

Weeks 3 and 4

 

Happy Monday Year 6S welcome back. I hope you have enjoyed your Easter break and have stayed safe and entertained. This is a challenging time you are living in so make sure you are keeping yourself safe and following the Government’s guidance. I hope you have been helping out around the house and looking after any younger brothers or sisters you have! During times like this, it can be helpful to keep yourself on a daily time table. Doing things that you might usually do in school such as watching News Round, chatting to your friends online and having a specific break in the day.

 

There is some work set on a timetable for the next two weeks in the ‘Year 6 Home Learning’ page section on the school website. It is best to go to the timetable first. This will tell you what you are doing in each subject and when you are doing it. It will also explain which resources from the Home Learning pack you might need.

In English, you will be writing a narrative story based on a picture that has been put on the website. It is up to you how you want to write the story but plan it before you write. You might want to do this using a ‘story mountain’ to help you. Whatever you do you need to make sure you have a good idea of the plot (what is going to happen); the setting (where it will happen); and the characters (who is going to be in it). I will write to you about week two’s English next week.

In Reading, you will be completing some comprehension and writing a review of your favourite book. Make sure you continue to read for pleasure for 30mins a day.

For Maths you will be looking at ratio this week and half of next week then angles the week after. I have put some links below to help you with ratio if you need them.

For RE, you have some tasks based around Pentecost and Easter. This includes looking at Matthew’s version of the Resurrection, the Jewish celebration of Shavu’ot and how Pope Francis lives in the Spirit of Pentecost.

You will be continuing your work on South America in Topic. This will include some Art work, Geography Fact files and a research project.

In Science, you will be looking at Evolution. In the first week you will be finding out about Charles Darwin and his initial Theory of Evolution. In the second week, you will be looking at adaptive traits these are the adaptations that occur in species that make them more suited to the habitat they live in.

 

There will still be Mathletics and Reading eggs set every week and I will also be adding some brain teasers and activities you may want to try every few days. You can email your answers to the school admin email (admin@sacredheart.islington.sch.uk) remember to say which class you are in. These are not compulsory but they may be fun.

 

Maths Help:

 

General: https://thirdspacelearning.com/blog/year-6-maths/?utm_campaign=15_04_2020_Home_Learning_Blog&utm_medium=email&utm_source=Pardot&utm_content=text

 

Ratio: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RQ2nYUBVvqI&list=PLUPEBWbAHUsy8XFOyG-aloxtb-yKNSk8J&index=2&t=0s

 

Welcome to Week 2! 

 

Hello everyone and welcome to week 2 of home learning! I hope you're all feeling well and rested. How are your learning packs coming along? In the event that some of you complete your packs before Friday (I know some of you will!) here are some tasks I'm challenging you to try- I'll be attempting them also!

 

1. Frugal Food Challenge:

 

With permission from parents, see what recipes and meals you can create using ONLY your cupboard and fridge stock. Five items maximum. Get creative! 

 

2. Are these statements always true, sometimes true or never true?

Can you find examples or counter - examples for each one? For the sometimes cards, can you explain when they are true? Re-write them so that they are always true or never true. 

 

 

3. Solve my riddle: Answers will be revealed Friday lunchtime. 

 

a) What can you hold in your left hand but not in your right? 

b) What question can you never answer yes to?

c) I have branches, but no fruit, trees or leaves. What am I? 

 

4.  Solve the anagram: Answer will be revealed Friday lunchtime. 

 

Have a great week everyone! 

 

Miss Stratton

Hello 6S, 

 

I hope you and your families are all safe and well! Enjoy some time at home, and use it to do the things you enjoy with your family. I can't wait to hear all about what you have been up to when you are back.

 

Remember to keep up with the packs you took home last week- I look forward to seeing the work you produce when you return to school.

 

Below are some websites that will help you with your learning from home:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/ks2

https://www.twinkl.co.uk/

https://login.mathletics.com/

https://readingeggs.co.uk/

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games

 

See you all very soon

 

Miss Stratton

Welcome to Year 6S!

 

We are very much looking forward to a busy and exciting year in our classroom. This year, our Year 6 class teachers are Miss Stratton and Miss Patterson. We are fortunate to also have our support staff, Miss James, and Mr. Fletcher. Our additional Y6 teachers are Mr. Rodrigo and Miss Pipkin.

 

This term, we have begun our religious learning by exploring our school Mission Statement, and 3-5-7. We have created our own class prayer and discussed how, as Christians, we can best practice the Mission statement in our everyday lives. We have begun our topic unit by first visiting the Ben Kinsella Exhibition at the Finsbury Library. During the trip, we learned about the importance of keeping safe as we get older and how to cope with difficult situations. We also explored how we can express our emotions through art. We looked at artwork which is intended to raise political awareness, such as Banksy, and are creating our own pieces of art surrounding a discussion we feel passionate about! We will also be linking this topic unit with our English work by writing a letter to PM Boris Johnson to raise awareness over a national issue, such as climate change!

 

In Year 6, we are passionate about making changes within our environment for the better, and we recommend each pupil to bring their own reusable water bottle into school. How we can each do our bit to save the planet is an invaluable lesson we all must learn.

In Maths this term, we will be focusing on number and place value, and multiplication and division. It is essential all pupils can recall their times tables (up to 12x12) with speed, and we recommend practicing them each night. This year we will be continuing our R.E. ‘take home homework’, which will be project based. Our first unit of work is due in on Thursday 26th September. We encourage pupils to be creative and imaginative, as work will be presented in and around the school. Homework will continue on Mathletics and reading eggs: both pieces of homework will be set each Friday to be completed by the following Friday.

P.E. this term will be held every Monday and Friday, and all pupils must wear their school P.E. kit. We are very fortunate to have Arsenal football coaches on a Monday afternoon. They will teach a range of invasion games and team building exercises. Mr. Kearney will also continue to teach computing on Friday afternoons.

 

Our class Mass will be on Wednesday 9th October, and you are welcome to come along.

In Year 6 we love seeing our work displayed in the classroom, to aid and stimulate our learning. We aim to make the most of our time, in and around the school, and hope to have an exciting and successful final year!

Y6 Prayer Book

Y6 Topic Focus

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