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Have a great Easter Year 6 and we will see you all on Monday 19th April
Over Easter please practise your 3/4 words and 5/6 words that are in your pink spelling books. We will be testing you on these when we return.
Please make sure you are up to date in completing your maths revision book. We will be re-starting homework in these after Easter. The list below shows the pages that should have been completed.
Number and Place Value - pages 6-10
Addition, subtraction, multiplication and division - pages 11-19
Fractions, decimals and percentages - pages 20-28
Position and Direction - pages 47-50
Measurement - pages 36, 37, 38
Year 6 homework will be uploaded to this section of the class page. Please check back each week to see any new tasks which have been set for you.
Mrs Clay and Mrs Medcraft's class will be tested on a Wednesday .
Mrs Forde and Mrs Manwaring's class will be tested on a Thursday.
Spellings words to be tested on Weds 24th or Thurs 25th
This section of our page contains links to lots of fun maths resources for you to access.
Try to play some games on Times Table Rock Stars as often as you can to improve your speed and move up the whole school leader board! All children have an individual username and password. If you have any difficulties logging on, please contact Mrs Forde at email@example.com or Mrs Medcraft at firstname.lastname@example.org
Our school login details are:
Remember to use your own login to access your portal once you are logged in to check for homework you have been set.
If you would like to really challenge your reasoning and problem solving skills, try the Nrich Maths link below, where you will find lots of tricky challenges.
Don't forget to play some of these SPAG games as often as you can - they will help with your writing tasks and keep you familiar with the rules.Lots
Well done to everyone who has logged into SPAG.com
Practise your spelling patterns from the Year 5 and 6 statutory words.
Lots of fun games to keep you familiar with your spellings - try to play a few each day!
Remember to keep reading as often as you possibly can. We have provided a super book list for you to look through.
We'd love to hear all about your reading too.
Perhaps some of you might like to send us your book recommendations - we may even post some onto our class page!
The Book of Hopes
Take a look at this wonderful new reading resource to share with your family.
A collection of short stories, poems, essays and pictures by popular children's authors and illustrators. These are written and dedicated to all those working in hospitals.
You have all probably seen or heard of the film, but films can’t add all the details a book can – although I do admit: the film is pretty good!
This book is a super read and I know that many secondary schools were recommending it for children last year as a transition to secondary read. You can really feel the characters emotions as different events are shown through the eyes of Augie, Via (his sister) and some friends.
When I first read this book, I felt a range of emotions and it really opened my eyes to differing perspectives. I think it highlights the importance of standing back and weighing up situations and thinking: why are people behaving the way they are? What has happened to them? How do they perceive the events that have happened?
We can all be a little quick to judge or make assumptions; this book is a leveler and well-worth the time to read – I do, however, think it will be read quickly as it is quite addictive.
What an amazing book this is. Sophie Anderson has used the folklore character: Baba Yaga ( a witch) who in Russian tales is not a pleasant character and transports herself around the globe with her house that runs on chicken legs, but in this story, Baba is not vicious – in fact she is rather kind; you will find that out as the story unfolds.
It is written from the viewpoint of Marinka who is a young girl – about your age. You know of the frustrations you feel being told to do things by your parents and teachers - don’t you? Well, imagine if you were not allowed to play or settle anywhere as you live with Baba Yaga and the house moves on before you can make friends – which of course is forbidden.
You guessed it: Marinka sneaks away from the watchful eyes of the house and the story begins. This book is different and brilliant. In fact, now I have reminded myself of it, I will have to dig it out and read it again!
Emma Carroll is an excellent author known for her historical fiction. She has written this book about a maid called Tilly who begins work at Frost Hollow Hall in the Victorian era. In no time this story grips your attention as there are mysteries to solve and ghosts to meet! Enjoy if you dare! There are other brilliant reads by Emma Carroll:
Letters From the lighthouse
The snow sister
In Darkling Woods
The Somerset Tsunami
The Girl who walked on air
All of the above have been read by my daughter or other children about your age and they have enjoyed.
Another book I must mention is When we were Warriors – also by Emma Carroll. Two of the short three stories follow on from Frost Hollow Hall and Letters from the Lighthouse, but the characters are older, so it is not necessary to read the others before. Sometimes it is quite nice to see how the characters mature though.
Mrs Clay x
Take a look at the page below to find out about this exciting book!
This book is brilliant :it tells the story of Fred, Con, Lila and Max whose plane has crashed in the Amazon Jungle as they travelled to see their families in Manaus. Was somebody there before them? How will they survive ?
For those of you who enjoyed 'Survivors' David Long has two more lovely books: Rescuers and Heroes; we are enjoying this one in the Clay household!
Darkus' Dad is missing. Along with some new friends and a beetle...will the mystery be solved?
For those of you who have read 'Malamander' and enjoyed it, the next book is out!