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English - Biography

At the end of the last half-term, we met Sean Rose - a GB paralympian with an incredible story and string of sporting awards and achievements. He was an inspirational sportsman and showed us that we can achieve anything we put our mind and effort into. In class, we have been researching all about his early life, life-changing accident and subsequent achievements since becoming paralysed. We have written in chronological order, past tense, third person and included facts as well as personal feelings and quotes from Sean Rose.

 

Science - Animals and their Habitats

Over the years in primary school we have learned lots about classifying animals according to their similarities and differences in characteristics and habitats. We have delved deeper into the different groups of classification, namely, the Linneaen system, and discovered which species have more in common than we first thought. 

 

Snow Day Music!

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On Friday 2 March, a few of us made the trek through the snow and enjoyed a fun day of art, music and creative activities. Here's a song Mottled Owls wrote (adapted from another song) and learned to play on ukulele and glockenspiel in 20 minutes! We had a lot of fun composing, practising and performing to all the classes in the school.
The Tempest Performance - Wednesday, 15th November 2017

IXL Skills

Autumn

The following areas on IXL will help you to practice skills used this half-term in class.

English

Sentence Structure A.7 - A.8

Nouns B.5, B.7

Pronouns - Various

Verbs - Various

Prefixes and Suffixes - Various

Reference Skills L.1 - L.3

Word relationship and usage M.1, M.2, M.8 & M.9

Figurative Language ALL

 

Maths

Place Value  A.1 - A.5

Addition and Subtraction ALL

Multiplication C.12 - C.18

Division ALL

Mixed Operations ALL

Spring Homework

Please complete the times tables, spelling, English and Maths tasks each week in your blue Home Learning book. This will help consolidate learning from the previous week and/or prepare you for the skills needed in the following week. The eight maths questions that you receive are intended to help you remember different skills in calculating and problem solving, which will help you greatly during the SATs tests.

Year 6 SATs Dates

 

Monday 14th May - Thursday 17th May, 2018

Summer 1, Week 5

Year 5 and 6 Speling List

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