- Christie Edmunds comp answers.pdf
- Background to Christie Edmunds.pdf
- Christie Edmunds comprehension.pdf
- Christie Edmunds word bank.pdf
- Christie Edmunds extented writing ideas.pdf
- Christie Edmunds story.pdf
- Background to Joan Bracey.pdf
- Joan Bracey comprehension.pdf
- Joan Bracey comp answers.pdf
- Joan Bracey extented writing ideas.pdf
- Joan Bracey word bank.pdf
- Joan Bracey story.pdf
- Anne Askew answers to comprehension.pdf
- Anne Askew comprehension.pdf
- Anne Askew extented writing ideas.pdf
- Anne Askew word bank.pdf
- Anne Askew story.pdf
- Background to Anne Askew.pdf
Please encourage children to continue to enjoy their reading books and to keep completing the activities in back of their school reading records.
You will need to set an account up for your children, however, this site has a wide range of fiction and non fiction texts with bitesize questions. The site will detect your child's particular reading level and assign texts and questions accordingly with instant feedback for both you and the child.
To support the ongoing school closures the BBC are launching BBC Bitesize daily. This will include daily online lessons for all ages including a new dedicated TV channel full of learning content, podcasts on BBC Sounds and loads of educational videos on iPlayer.
Authorfy includes a host of interactive video masterclasses from published authors then fun downloadable activities linked to the books.
Literacy shed offers great activities link to videos and texts. They have offered a selection of free resources to help with school closures.
Pobble offers an opportunity to complete tasks based on pictures. All of the tasks are linked to reading skills, like inference, prediction and summarising.
Each of the links below is a grammar or reading quiz that could be used as a little extra revision.
Below are a number of activity booklets that can be printed to work through, they also have adult guidance.
- 100 Arithmetic Questions .pdf
- 100 Arithmetic Questions ANSWERS.pdf
- 100 Reasoning and Problem Solving Questions.pdf
- 100 Reasoning and Problem Solving ANSWERS.pdf
- 108 Greater Depth Maths Questions On Square Numbers, Fractions And More.pdf
- Primary Maths Dictionary.pdf
- Y6 Decimals Maths Code Crackers.pdf
- Y6 Algebra Maths Code Crackers.pdf
- Y6 Percentages Maths Code Crackers.pdf
- Y6 Maths Games And Activities Pack.pdf
- Learner Maths (Guidance Included) Y6Week 5-9.pdf
- Learner Maths Y6 Week 1-4.pdf
- Parent Gudance Maths Y6 Week 1-4.pdf
In Science over Summer Term we would be looking at Evolution and Inheritance. We have saved a series of lessons that you can work through. These include a PowerPoint presentation containing some information to read and then an activity to complete.
Lesson 1 – Inheritance
Lesson 2 – Adaptation
Lesson 3 – Theory of Evolution
Lesson 4 – Evidence for Evolution
Lesson 5 – Evidence for Evolution Humans
Lesson 6 – Adaptation, Evolution and Human Intervention
There are also some fun practical experiments that you can have a go at further down the page.
- Science Evolution and Inheritance Knowledge Info.pdf
- Science Lesson 1 - presentation.pdf
- Science Lesson 1 - adult guidance .pdf
- Science Lesson 1 - activity 1.pdf
- Science Lesson 1 - activity 2.pdf
- Science Lesson 1 - activity 3.pdf
- Science Lesson 2 - presentation.pdf
- Science Lesson 2 - adult guidance .pdf
- Science Lesson 2 - activity 1 .pdf
- Science Lesson 3 - presentation.pdf
- Science Lesson 3 - adult guidance .pdf
- Science Lesson 3 - activity 1 .pdf
- Science Lesson 3 - activity 2 .pdf
- Science Lesson 3 - Fact Cards for Biography.pdf
- Science Lesson 4 - presentation.pdf
- Science Lesson 4 - activity 1.pdf
- Science Lesson 4 - activity 2.pdf
- Science Lesson 4 - activity 3.pdf
- Science Lesson 5 - presentation.pdf
- Science Lesson 5 - activity 1.pdf
- Science Lesson 5 - activity 2.pdf
- Science Lesson 6 - presentation .pdf
- Science Lesson 6 - activity 1 .pdf
- Science Lesson 6 - activity 2 .pdf
There are a wide range of resources here that cover all areas of the National Curriculum. There is also a specific School Closure Pack for Year 6 that can be downloaded and printed as well as an entire Home Learning hub. Twinkl have announced that parents can sign up for free membership at present.
The school run is an excellent website to support grammar terminologies and it breaks down the primary curriculum for parents in manageable ways.
Lesson 1 – Tudor Crimes
Lesson 2 – Tudor Punishments
Lesson 3 – Victorian Prisons
- You will need to watch the following links to help with lesson 3 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_IAGJGwoLss
Lesson 4 – Victorian Crimes and Punishments
Lesson 5 – Modern Day Justice System
The following websites will also help to give you some context and extra facts:
- Humanities Lesson 1 - Tudor Crime and Punishment presentation.pdf
- Humanities activity 1 .pdf
- Humanities activity 1 - answers.pdf
- Lesson 5 - presentation.pdf
- Lesson 5 - activity 1.pdf
- Lesson 5 - activity 2.pdf
- Lesson 5 - activity 3.pdf
PSHE (Personal, Social, Health and Economic Education)
PSHE education gives pupils the knowledge, skills and attributes they need to keep themselves healthy and safe and to thrive in society.
Please work through the practical activities attached in relation to health and wellbeing, relationships and the wider world. There are 10 to choose from so you could perhaps do one/two a week.
- PSHE Home Learning Year 6.pdf
- Happiness Game.pdf
- Resources Circle of Support Worksheet.pdf
- PSHE and Citizenship Y6 Growing Up - Amazing Me!.pdf
- PSHE and Citizenship Y6 Growing Up - Just the Way You Are Activity.pdf
- Resources Stressful Feelings Bucket Worksheet.pdf
To link to our Crime and Punishment topic we would like you to explore Street Art and consider – Is it Art or is it Vandalism?
Lesson 1: What is Street art? Use the PowerPoint to help you understand what street art is. Now research some famous street artists and their work.
Lesson 2: Banksy. Use the Powerpoint to research the work of Banksy. Create a pencil drawing of his famous art: Balloon Girl (There is always hope). You can use different shading techniques that we have used in school before to add detail to your sketch.
Lesson 3: Keith Haring. Research his work (Powerpoint provided will help). Recreate one of his images using the ideas provided. This time add lots of colour to make your picture stand out.
Lesson 4: Graffiti. Using the warmup exercises, images and video links to help you use graffiti lettering to write your name. Remember to consider the techniques used to do this.
Lesson 5: You as an artist. Now imagine you have been asked to add art to the side of the school building. What techniques would you use? Is there anything from your research that you would include e.g famous art, pop art? Now draw and colour what you would display on the wall.
Lesson 6: Is it Art or is it Vandalism? Now you have completed your research and drawings, what are your views on this question? Use the knowledge you have gained over the last few weeks to help you explain your thinking and reasoning.
- street art powerpoint.pdf
- Banksy PowerPoint.pdf
- there is always hope Banksy.pdf
- Keith Haring art.pdf
- Keith haring graffiti artist powerpoint.pdf
- graffiti names.pdf
- graffiti art warm up exercises.pdf
Learn about the Global Goals, understand some of the problems facing our oceans and natural world and have a go at developing ideas and solutions using technology. Global Goals are 17 Goals to make the world more fair, just and equal by the year 2030.
Challenge 1 - think of what action you could take for Global Goal 15 Life on Land, to try and stop the biodiversity loss on land.
Challenge 2 - take an action for Goal 14 Life Under Water, ensure that future generations understand the importance of protection our seas.
If you need inspiration you can have a look at some examples of previous projects to get your problem solving hat on.