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Welcome to the Year 6 Page!

 

On this page, we will be uploading information, exciting tasks and your work and activities for parents to see! smiley

 

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This term's topic is, 'We are the same but different'.

Hello 6J! 

 

I hope you are well at home and working hard! I am missing you all and looking forward to seeing you soon!

 

You have your Maths and English (Reading and SPag) packs with you and below, I will be uploading exciting home learning tasks for you to do!

 

Miss Jehangir smiley

Monday 14th September 2020

 

Hello 6J! Happy Monday! smiley

I hope you have had a wonderful weekend and are ready for a fantastic week of home learning! You have had your instructions of what to include in your daily learning:

 

1 page from your Maths pack

1 page from your English Comprehension pack

2 pages from your SPaG pack

 

Here are some extra tasks for you to get busy with!

 

Arithmetic:

1) 89,994 + 7643= 

2) ___________ = 936 + 285

3) 879 x 3 =

4) 96 ÷ 4 =

5) 100 x 412 =

6) 23 x 21 =

7) 3 squared = 

8) 2 cubed =

 

Handwriting Practice:

Using your reading books, copy out a page of text, ensuring you are writing in cursive style with consistent letter size and formation. 

 

Topic:

We are all individuals. In this topic we want to find out as much as we can about what makes us who we are. One way to do this is to find out about our family members who came before us.

 

TASK 1: MONDAY AND TUESDAY

Conduct interviews with a members of your family from a different generation (the older the better!). This could be a grandparent or a great aunt or uncle. If this isn’t possible then you could ask your parents. Asking more family members will make the activity even more exciting.

Hint: take notes while the family member is talking on scrap paper. Then, in your exercise book, copy the question with the answer in a full sentence below. Remember to think about details and presentation as this work WILL BE MARKED.

 

Questions:

1. When and where were you born?

2. What were your parents’ names?

3. Can you tell me about your brothers and sisters when they were younger?

4. Tell me something that you remember about your Mum and Dad

5. When you were young, what did you do for fun?

6. What are your memories of school when you were younger?

7. When you were younger, what did you want to be when you grew up?

8. What different jobs have you had?

I’d like you to ask at least 2 extra questions that you have made up yourself.

I can’t wait to hear all about your families! 

 

 

Missing PE and Physical Health? Don't worry! Pop over to Mr Pulley's page (link below) for some activities to do at home!

Values assembly 'HARDWORKING'

MOMENT OF REFLECTION

What do you think the message of the poem is?

Do you agree with this message?

Have you ever wanted to do something but told that you can't?

Have you ever been told that your dreams are silly?

Tuesday 15th September 2020

Hello and happy Tuesday! It was lovely speaking to you all yesterday and hearing how hard you’ve been working at home… Keep it up! Mrs Shaheen and I will be ringing again today to see how you are getting on. For now, here are some extra tasks for you to be completing:

 

Arithmetic

  1. 64, 352 + 17, 263 =
  2. _______= 4761 – 762
  3. 654 x 4 =
  4. 126 ÷ 3 =
  5. 100 x 213 =
  6. 32 + 10 =
  7. 22 + 23=
  8. 27 x 28 =
  9. ¾ of 128 =
  10. 250 ÷ 10 =
  11. Order these numbers. Smallest first:   2.2    0.43      2.252     0.365
  12. 24 months = _______ years

48 hours = ________days

21 days =      __________ weeks

 

 

Handwriting Practice:

Using your reading books, copy out a page of text, ensuring you are writing in cursive style with consistent letter size and formation. 

 

Topic:

Your task is the same as yesterday's (scroll up to find it!). I can't wait to hear about the exciting facts you find out about your family!

 

Physical Health:

I know we don't have PE today but we can still keep fit whilst being at home!

Have a go at the super fun workout video on our Keeping Active at Home page (link below)... Can you beat Mr Pulley?? Only one way to find out... smiley

 

Wednesday 16th September 2020

Good morning 6J! You have all been working hard at home and it has been great speaking to you over the last couple of days. Keep up the good work!

Here are some extra tasks to do alongside your work from your packs:

 

Arithmetic:

  1. 87,654 + 14, 625 =
  2.  _________________= 3,500 + 700
  3. 678 x 5 =
  4. 432 ÷ 4 =
  5.  100 x 5643 =
  6. 32 + 52 =
  7. 23 - 22 =
  8. 53 x 27 =
  9. 2/5 of 60 =
  10. 560 ÷ 10 =
  11. Round 84 ,516

To the nearest 10 =

To the nearest 100 =

To the nearest 1000 =

 

Extention:

At the start of June, there were 1,793 toy cars in the shop. During June, 8,728 more toy cars were delivered and 9,473 toy cars were sold.

How many toy cars were left in the shop at the end of June?

 

Handwriting Practice:

Using your reading books, copy out a page of text, ensuring you are writing in cursive style with consistent letter size and formation. 

 

Physical Health:

The weather has been lovely recently and the sun has been shining bright! Take advantage of the good weather and keep physical in the garden. Maybe do your own version of the Golden Mile at home? Running, walking, jogging, pigeon steps, sprinting, jumping, zombies... The list is endless! How many different kinds of laps can you do? Have a go and be ready to feedback before our Golden Mile session next Thursday! smiley

 

Topic

Create a family tree. You may need to ask your parents for some extra information here.

Hint: the horizontal lines (--------------- )are people in the same generation (Brothers / sisters / cousins). The vertical lines are for people who came before you. The equals sign means married those two people are married. Here is Miss Grogan’s family tree as an example. Practice on scrap paper before putting into your exercise books as they are tricky to get right!

 

 

 

Thursday 17th September 2020

It’s nearly the end of the week and soon we’ll be back at school! Well done for working hard and persevering at home! Here are your tasks for today:

 

Arithmetic

  1. 87,654 - 14, 625 =
  2. ____________ = 3,500 – 700
  3. 323 x 6 =
  4. 712 ÷ 4 =
  5. 10 x 7643 =
  6. Copy the prime numbers:

2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9

  1. 123 x 14 =
  2. 3/5 of 120 =
  3. 1200 ÷ 100 =
  4.  Write these numbers in order, smallest first

1.6    0.56    1.227    0.312

 

Handwriting Practice:

Using your reading books, copy out a page of text, ensuring you are writing in cursive style with consistent letter size and formation. 

 

Topic:

We are all individuals. In this topic we want to find out as much as we can about what makes us who we are. One way to do this is to find out about our family members who came before us.

 

TASK 3: THURSDAY

Today we are going to find out a little bit more about the places our family have come from. Using google maps, or the maps below, I want you to identify as many places as you can that your family members have come from. As well as this I’d like you to find out about the different languages they speak. We will use this information to add to our class map when we return to school.

 

 

In your exercise books, I want you to copy and complete the table below for as many family members and close family friends as possible.

 

Friday 18th September 2020

Hello 6J! Happy Friday! It’s nearly time for the weekend and soon you will be back at school – I hope you are as excited as I am! Here are your tasks for you to complete in your books today, ready to bring back with all your work from the week. I look forward to seeing your hard work!

 

Arithmetic:

1. 123,654 - 36, 625 =

2. ___________ = 3,800 + 800

3. 4323 x 4 =

4. 735 ÷ 5 =

5. 10 x 7161 =

6.Copy the square numbers from this list:
     4, 81, 64, 42

7.Copy the prime numbers:

2, 5, 7, 11, 14, 21, 23

8.  1223 x 14 =

9. 6/5 of 20=

Why is this not possible?

10. 1700 ÷ 1000 =

 

Topic:

We are all individuals. In this topic we want to find out as much as we can about what makes us who we are. One way to do this is to find out about our family members who came before us.

 

TASK 4: Friday

 

 

Today is the day I’d like you to use all of the research you have conducted and write about the history of your family.

Hint: Below are a few sentence stems to help you. I’d make a rough plan on scrap paper before writing my amazing family history in my exercise book, to make sure it was as fabulous as my family deserve!

Helping Stems:

My name is …………………… and I come from an amazing family.

The earliest family member I could find out about was ……………………… and he / she …………………………………..

In the year ........................was born. She / He…………………………………..

Life was different for ………………….. because…………………………..

When ………………………… went to school………………………………

 

 

 

 

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