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Mildmay Junior School

with a Resource Base for Hearing Impaired Children

“Excelling Through Enjoyment”

Year 6

When you email your teacher during the week here is a question you could try and answer.

 

What is your favourite memory of year 6?

Year 6 suggested timetable

Summer 2

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

 

 

Thursday

Friday

Maths

 

 

 

 

*highlighted activities are uploaded every week for Monday mornings

At the top of the ‘Year 6’ Home Learning area of the school website – take a look at the maths area – choose the relevant week.

Take a look at the work set here for the week.

Have a go at some of the warm up/info.

Complete ONE of the MyMaths activities set online.

Please practise/revise/watch tutorials if needed.

 

Complete the other 2 MyMaths activities set online.

Please practise/revise/watch tutorials if needed.

 

Complete the challenges/worksheets on the ‘Maths’ area.

Please access as many of the White Rose lessons at https://whiterosemaths.com/

homelearning/

(links on school website) as you wish – there are 5 lessons per week. Try the year 6 ones, if these are too tricky – try the year 5

 

Please practise your times tables at ttrockstars.com  - NB: the government expects all pupils to know their 1-12 times tables and corresponding division facts by the end of year 4! This will be so important for your start in High School.

Please access as many of the White Rose lessons at https://whiterosemaths.com/

homelearning/

(links on school website) as you wish – there are 5 lessons per week. Try the year 6 ones, if these are too tricky – try the year 5

 

Please practise your times tables at ttrockstars.com 

English

Please complete the comprehension activity on the web page – Answers are included.

 

 

Read for at least 30mins! Remember to read a range of genres. When you complete a book – write a book review (template online)

 

Please continue to select 5 spelling words per week from the y3-6 statutory word list to practise. Remember you can use www.satscompanion.co.uk to revise spelling rules.

 

 

Read for at least 30mins! Remember to read a range of genres. When you complete a book – write a book review (template online)

 

Please continue to select 5 spelling words per week from the y3-6 statutory word list to practise. Remember you can use www.satscompanion.co.uk to revise spelling rules.

 

 

 

Read for at least 30mins! Remember to read a range of genres. When you complete a book – write a book review (template online)

 

Please complete as least ONE pobble writing task each week http://www.pobble365.com/ Use the story starter or use the image as inspiration for your own short-burst write (at least one side of A4).

 

Read for at least 30mins! Remember to read a range of genres. When you complete a book – write a book review (template online)

 

Go back to your pobble writing – edit and improve. Can an adult help you edit?

 

Take a look at the writing moderation grid – have included as many different features as you can? E.g. speech punctuated accurately? High-end punctuation? Complex sentences?

 

Read for at least 30mins! Remember to read a range of genres. When you complete a book – write a book review (template online)

Thematic /Cross-Curricular Work

  • Our Summer 2 theme is ‘New Chapters – see the area in our ‘Year 6’ Folder.
  • PLEASE NOTE: Pupils attending school WC 8th June – please only complete activity one WC1st June. We will be looking at the others in school.

Other

  • Please keep active year 6 – it’s good for our physical and mental well-being – see links on website
  • The ‘Votes For Schools’ web link will be updated weekly – some current affairs/issues for you to debate at home- or why not write a short piece based on the week’s theme?

Plus lots more on the website to keep you busy.

 

UPDATE: Please note that although the Government have decided to cancel the SATs in May – teachers will still need to assess pupils’ attainment to inform their High Schools (where streaming is highly likely to take place). Therefore, the following work is still appropriate and relevant for our year 6 pupils. In fact, the following work and the packs we will be sending home, provide an effective range of the KS2 curriculum in order to prepare pupils for what will be expected of them at High School.

 

Year 6 – Distance Learning Guidance -  Mildmay Junior School

 

  1. We have provided each pupil with a ‘SATs Buster’ pack for: Reading, SPAG and Maths. Please use these as a starting point for your child. Working through – note down any areas/terminology your child feels they need to revise/re-cap. [These are hard copies so if your child is already in isolation: these can be collected from school or you could ask another parent to collect and drop off/post through letter box]. Pupils have all been issued with a red revision exercise book.

[Please utilise the spelling practice pages: remember to use the year 3-6 statutory word list (see below) to revise and satscompanion.co.uk is good for practising spelling rules]

  1. Use www.mymaths.co.uk  and www.satscompanion.co.uk  to address/work on any needed areas. Pupils have all been issued with their log-ins. They have been shown how to access tutorials/lessons/assessments/quizzes/games. There is a very useful KS2 SATs Booster area on mymaths.co.uk.
  2. If you wish, you can access/print past SATS papers at www.satspapers.org.uk (please be aware that we have completed the 2016/17/18 papers already as part of their mocks).
  3. Please encourage your child to read an appropriately pitched book for pleasure – the benefits of reading are immense. It will ensure pupils are exposed to a wide range of vocabulary, help them to understand how/where punctuation should be used accurately, keep their mind stimulated, etc. Reading a range of genres, including poems, will also help the children be prepared for SATs.
  4. MyMaths homework will continue to be set on a weekly basis (every Thursday) as this will be remotely accessed and set by teachers. We will expect pupils to complete their weekly homework please.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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