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Year 6 learning from home

We Miss You!

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Welcome to Y6's 'home learning' page. We will be updating this daily and setting tasks to support you to learn while we are not at school. Please try your best to complete these tasks. If you are unsure of anything, we will aim to go through this when we return to school in the future, but do ask an adult at home to support you with your learning.

 

When checking out your learning for the day, please scroll through and look for the appropriate date.

 

Miss O'Rourke, Miss Ledbury and Ms Ford

Thursday 9th July 2020

 

Hello Everyone!

How are you? Did you make the rocket yesterday? Hopefully, you are staying active, safe and healthy – and that you are keeping up with your school work. Remember the work you are doing now is very important, will help you to prepare for secondary school. All the activities will remain on the school website, if you wish to review any of them again. Just click on the stars at the top of the page to access previous weeks.

 

Today’s Tasks

 

Guided Understanding/Reading

 

Everyone has been set a book band on Active Learn/Bug Club.  This means that there is a large choice of books for you to read.  This week, you need to read from this collection every day and complete some of the activities.

  • You should have done this for three days now, did you?
  • Make sure you do EVERY DAY!

 

 

English

In today’s lesson, you will perform your poem.

 

First, read it through and check that it is completely finished.  If there are parts you don’t like, improve them – try different vocabulary, change the punctuation or the order of the words. Make any edits you need to so that it is your best work.

 

Next read your poem aloud a few times, making sure you change your voice to create a powerful effective performance. Think about the speed you read and the volume.  These may change as you stress some parts more than others, depending on the message you wish to communicate to the listener. It’s a good idea to ask someone to listen to you and give you feedback on your reading.

 

Finally, if you can, video your poem so that it is a record of your performance. You can email it to your teacher if you wish to, we would love to hear them.

 

j.ledbury@brookfields.bham.sch.uk       e.ford@brookfields.bham.sch.uk

 

 

Maths

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

Today, you need to complete lesson 4, which is all about Angles in Regular Polygons. Remember to have to your book and a pencil ready to pause the video and have a go at the questions.

There are more questions and two activity worksheets on BBC Bitesize  – just follow the links.

 

 

PSHE

 

 How are you feeling about your situation, whether you’re staying at home or having your last days at primary school?

 

It is an exciting step you are all making, moving on from primary to secondary, but it can feel quite unsettling too. These months of lockdown are an extra burden that you are having to face. It can help to feel less unsettled if you talk about your feelings, perhaps to someone in your family or a good friend.

 

 

To help you focus your mind, complete some of the activities on the Leavers and Transition Booklet.  This will give you a chance to reflect on your time at Primary School and consider the years to come at Secondary.  You can print it or answer in your workbook.

Well done all of you, we’re finished for today! Tomorrow will be our last day. Remember to stay safe and wash those hands often!

 

It’s lovely to see some of you, but we’re still missing others.

Miss Ledbury, Miss O'Rourke and Ms Ford xxx

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Teatime Talk - 09.07.20

 

Every day I will be posting a 'teatime talk' question for you all to discuss at home with your family. These questions are thunks.

 

There are NO right or wrong answers to these questions – simply YOUR answers.


You do, however, need to think about your answers and be able to justify them – in other words, don’t say the first thing that comes into your head, AND, be prepared to fully explain your answers when you give them.

Listen to the answers given by others and treat them seriously – even if they sound odd, they may all be valid if they can be justified.

 

What does this mean?

How does it relate to everyday life?

Can you think of any examples which demonstrate its meaning?

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Wednesday 8th July 2020

 

Hey Year 6!

 

We’ve reached the middle of our last week of primary school!

 

In school, we have been thinking about next year - year 7.  There seems to be a mixture of feelings, some excitement and some anxiety too.

 

How are you feeling? What are you looking forward to?  What questions do you have? 

 

Have a think about these questions and write down your thoughts.  

 

Today’s Tasks

 

Guided Understanding/Reading

Everyone has been set a book band on Active Learn/Bug Club.  This means that there is a large choice of books for you to read.  This week, you need to read from this collection every day and complete some of the activities.

  • You should have done this for two days now, did you?
  • Make sure you do EVERY DAY!

 

 

English

Today, you need to begin by reading the first draft of your poem. How can you improve it by editing it?  Read it a few times aloud.  Think about which words are powerful and which words are unnecessary – remember, poetry often has only powerful, descriptive language, not so many smaller ‘explanatory’ words.

 

If you need more inspiration, watch Monday’s videos again.  You can also read this message from Diversity:

 

The pursuit of equality should not become a ‘trend’.

The fight for justice should not become a ‘trend’

We are DIVERSITY and as a group we are built on one principal: ‘Our similarities make us strong but our differences make us stronger’.

Let’s keep talking openly and honestly. Even if the issues don’t directly affect you, try to be open to listening and perceiving the world through a different lens. Because the only way to right these wrongs are together.

We will continually use our voice and our art to spread love, not hate. Regardless of our age, size, creed or colour. In this moment we are saying out loud that racism on all levels must be highlighted and destroyed.

Martin Luther King had a dream. That dream is yet to be realised...

Thank you to everyone that has shown us love and support over the years. You’ve changed our lives and we are forever grateful.

 

 

Maths

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

Today, you need to complete lesson 2, which is all about Angles in special quadrilaterals. Remember to have to your book and a pencil ready to pause the video and have a go at the questions.

There are more questions and two activity worksheets on BBC Bitesize  – just follow the links.

 

 

Science

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/explain-how-to-identify-whether-a-chemical-reaction-has-taken-place

In this lesson, we will learn about the difference between physical changes and chemical reactions. We will learn about the particles in both of these types of change and the signs to look out for in a chemical reaction. You will need a pencil, a ruler and a piece of paper for this lesson. If you have baking soda and vinegar then you will need that for an investigation too, but don't worry you can still take part without these things.

 

If you want more science, have a go at making these rockets:

All done for today!  Well done for all your hard work! Remember, you still need to keep yourself safe, keep 2m apart and keep washing those hands!

 

It’s lovely to see some of you, but we’re still missing others.

Miss Ledbury, Miss O'Rourke and Ms Ford xxx

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Teatime Talk - 08.07.20

 

Every day I will be posting a 'teatime talk' question for you all to discuss at home with your family. These questions are thunks.

 

There are NO right or wrong answers to these questions – simply YOUR answers.


You do, however, need to think about your answers and be able to justify them – in other words, don’t say the first thing that comes into your head, AND, be prepared to fully explain your answers when you give them.

Listen to the answers given by others and treat them seriously – even if they sound odd, they may all be valid if they can be justified.

 

 

Tuesday 7th July 2020

 

Hi Year 6!

Hope you are all well, keeping active, staying safe and healthy. 

At school, we are working in our Bubble Groups. We will make sure we keep ourselves safe by following the Bubble Rules. Remember, if you are still staying at home, you can access the work we do in school here on the website.

 

Today’s Tasks

 

Guided Understanding/Reading

Everyone has been set a book band on Active Learn/Bug Club.  This means that there is a large choice of books for you to read.  This week, you need to read from this collection every day and complete some of the activities.

  • Did you read yesterday?  Make sure you do EVERY DAY!

 

 

English

 

In today’s lesson, you will be writing the first draft of your poem.

Begin by watching the two videos from yesterday’s lesson again.  Note down any examples of figurative language that the poets have used such as repetition, rhyme, simile, metaphor, alliteration, or personification.

Then read through your ideas and vocabulary collection that you wrote down yesterday. 

Put all these ideas together to write your own poem based either on Lockdown or Black Lives Matter

Try to use interesting vocabulary and include some figurative language.

Remember to keep reading it through, making changes to improve it  

 

 

 

 

Maths

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

Today, you need to complete lesson 2, which is all about Angles in a Triangle – missing angles. Remember to have to your book and a pencil ready to pause the video and have a go at the questions.

There are more questions and two activity worksheets on BBC Bitesize  – just follow the links.

 

Spanish

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-be-able-to-describe-physical-appearance-in-spanish-e0e5ab

In our lesson today we will recap our previous learning, then learn how to describe our hair and eye colour in Spanish. For this lesson you will need a pen and paper, as well as some colouring pencils!

 

 

That’s where we finish today!  Remember, you still need to keep yourself safe, stay 2m apart and wash those hands!

 

It’s lovely to see some of you, but we’re still missing others.

Miss Ledbury, Miss O'Rourke and Ms Ford xxx

_____________________________________________________

 

Teatime Talk - 07.07.20

 

Every day I will be posting a 'teatime talk' question for you all to discuss at home with your family. These questions are thunks.

 

There are NO right or wrong answers to these questions – simply YOUR answers.


You do, however, need to think about your answers and be able to justify them – in other words, don’t say the first thing that comes into your head, AND, be prepared to fully explain your answers when you give them.

Listen to the answers given by others and treat them seriously – even if they sound odd, they may all be valid if they can be justified.

 

 

Monday 6th July 2020

 

Hello Year 6!

 

I hope you all had a good weekend. 

This week, we will be listening to some poetry and having a go at writing our own poems around contemporary themes. We will have reading and maths every day, as well as some other subjects - and our Teatime Talk too!  

At school, we will work in Bubble Groups. We will make sure we keep ourselves safe by following the Bubble Rules. Remember, if you are still staying at home, you can access the work we do in school here on the website.

 

 

Today’s Tasks

 

Guided Understanding/Reading

Everyone has been set a book band on Active Learn/Bug Club.  This means that there is a large choice of books for you to read.  This week, you need to read from this collection every day and complete some of the activities.

 

 

English

Click on the following videos to listen to some poems written by children during lockdown. 

Black Lives Matter.mp4

Still image for this video

Christian Foley - Lockdown.mp4

Still image for this video

After listening, think and (if possible) discuss your thoughts with someone from your family:

  • What are the themes of these poems?
  • Which one do you like best?  Why?
  • How do the poems make you feel?

 

Now write down your ideas for your own poem based on any current themes – these are ‘of the time’ or ‘contemporary’.

Remember to make a collection of useful, powerful vocabulary.  Divide your words up into groups – Nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs and phrases.

Tomorrow, you will use these ideas to write your own poem.

 

 

Maths

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

Today, you need to complete lesson 1, which is all about Vertically Opposite Angles. Remember to have to your book and a pencil ready to pause the video and have a go at the questions.

There are more questions and two activity worksheets on BBC Bitesize  – just follow the links.

 

 

Geography

Today’s lesson focuses on the huge problems we have with plastic in our oceans.  Click on the link to read some of the facts about our sea life.

What can we do to help?

Make a poster to persuade others to help us to solve this crisis.

 

 

That’s it for today! Have a good week. Remember, you still need to keep yourself safe, stay 2m apart and wash your hands regularly.

 

It’s lovely to see some of you, but we’re still missing others.

Miss Ledbury, Miss O'Rourke and Ms Ford xxx

_____________________________________________________

 

Teatime Talk - 06.07.20

 

Every day I will be posting a 'teatime talk' question for you all to discuss at home with your family. These questions are thunks.

 

There are NO right or wrong answers to these questions – simply YOUR answers.


You do, however, need to think about your answers and be able to justify them – in other words, don’t say the first thing that comes into your head, AND, be prepared to fully explain your answers when you give them.

Listen to the answers given by others and treat them seriously – even if they sound odd, they may all be valid if they can be justified.

 

 

 

 

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