Monday/Tuesday 20th/21st July
Being the last two days of term, the learning will be less structured than previously. We will be posting a variety of activities that you may like to try. There are also some good ones on the Year 5 Home Learning page too. In addition, could I suggest that you use this opportunity to catch up with any of the lessons you've missed over the last term or go back over some areas that you have found tricky. All our lessons can be found on the website.
Complete reading Bitter Chocolate.
Which is the odd one out?
Look at the images above. What are the similarities and differences?
Now decide which one is the odd one out and why. Can you give a reason for every answer.
Friday 17th July 2020
Today will be our last day of formalised learning. From Monday, we will publish a list of fun activities you can try, either at home on in School. Let's make the work we do today the best we've ever done and leave the 2019-2020 School Year something to remember about us.
Please read the Timetable carefully. Supporting materials for Computing and English will follow shortly. Have a superlative day. (Make it an amazing day, if you really feel the need).
Thursday 16th July 2020
Please read the Timetable before commencing work. Please also note our advice about how to carry out the English activity without printing, as shown on yesterday's work. See below to English Wednesday 15th July 2020.
Thursday 16th July 2020 - English:
Please see the Timetable for access to your English work today.
Wednesday 15th July 2020
Please read the Timetable for today's schedule. Please also note my recommendations for your English work today.
Have a great day.
Wednesday 15th July 2020 - English:
Today's lesson asks you to annotate the text. We would recommend that you use Screen Shots to copy the pages you need to work on and paste them onto an MS Word Document. You can then add text boxes and arrows to annotate and add your ideas. If you are working from a system which doesn't allow you to do this, we would recommend that you simply copy out only the sections and samples of text you consider relevant. If working from home, photograph these and send them to Mr Taylor for marking. Email us if you have any questions.
Tuesday 14th July 2020
Please read the Timetable before starting. You will find links to today's exercises.
A code for Nearpod will be released before 11:00 am today. Supporting materials for your studies with Bitter Chocolate will also follow.
Remember, if you didn't do yesterday's exercise with Chapter 21, then please do so today. Thank you to all those, including the children in the Brain Gym Bubble, who were able to meet that target yesterday.
If you get stuck, please use the 'Any Questions' Thread.
English - Tuesday 14th July 2020
Please see the Timetable for your link to today's activities. You will continue to hone your skills in understanding how to locate information within a piece of text and of how a biographical report is constructed.
Humanities - Round Up Quiz - Tuesday 14th July 2020
A lesson code for your Nearpod Activity for Humanities will be sent to you via email before 11:00am today. You are encouraged to do your primary Maths and English activities before then. We recommend you reflect back on all you have learned during our Humanities Lessons:
First World War, Second World War, Battle of Britain, Rationing, Recruitment, North American Geography, Biomes, Coastal Erosion, Earthquakes, Tsunamis, Child Labour in Africa and much more. See below for some photographs to prompt your memory.
Monday 13th July 2020
Please read the Timetable before commencing work. For English today, please follow the links provided. If you are stuck, please use the 'Any Questions' Link. Have a great day.
English - Monday 13th July 2020:
Your work for English is shown on the Timetable. Please use those links to access your key work today. Spellings are also shown on that document. Supporting materials will be forwarded to you, shortly.
Friday 10th July 2020
Please read the Timetable before you begin. We will email you the files for Computing, shortly. Start with Maths and English, please. Have a good day.
Thursday 9th July 2020
Please see the Timetable for your work today. Supporting materials will be sent to you, as needed.
Have a good day and stay dry.
English - 9th July 2020
Please see the Timetable for English tasks today.
Wednesday 8th July 2020
Good morning Yr 6! Your work for today is detailed below. As ever, please read the Timetable before you start. Supporting materials will be sent to you shortly. Have a great day. Only 7 working days left!
Maths Yellow/Red Chilli Answers
Follow the link below to the video. Watch from 26 minutes 28 seconds for the answers.
Tuesday 7th July 2020
Good morning to you all. Your Timetable is below. Please read carefully before starting work.
For Geography today, we have 'Earthquakes!'
Supporting materials will be forwarded to you, shortly.
English - Tuesday 7th July 2020
Supporting materials for today's activity will be sent to you, shortly. See the timetable for details of the challenge today.
Geography - Tuesday 7th July 2020
Supporting materials will be sent to you, shortly.
Monday 6th July 2020
Good morning. Please read the Timetable with care before starting work. An 'Any Questions' Thread has been sent out to you. If you are in a Bubble, please direct your questions to your Bubble Teacher. If you are working from home, Mr Taylor will be there to support you. However, please note that he is also in contact with the Springwood and KLA Bubble and may take a little time to reply. We will do all we can to help.
Have a safe day.
Please go to the timetable for the starter. The link to the main activity is: https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-use-read-and-write-standard-units-of-length-mass-and-volume
Friday 3rd July 2020
Please read your Timetable with care. If you have any questions, please either ask your Bubble Teacher, or, if working from home, go to the 'Any Questions' Thread. If you are learning from home, please note that Mr Taylor is teaching today and may take a little time to get back to you.
However, before you ask, remember that all of the information you will need is on the Timetable. Have a good day.
Thursday 2nd July 2020
Please read the Timetable with care before starting. Supporting materials will follow before 9:00am today.
If you get stuck, please use the Any Questions Email thread.
Have a successful day.
Maths - Thursday 2nd July 2020
Please read the Timetable first. Complete the 2 Truths and a Lie warm up. Then complete the 'LOL' task below.
Wednesday 1st July 2020
You have now entered your last month of Yr 6 and your last month in South Wootton Junior School. It has been a particular pleasure working with this Yr Group and I will take a way many fond memories of your character and hard work. You have all surprised and delighted me at one stage or another and I am proud to have known you. Now is the time, just when you are probably feeling tired, to really show your mettle and do your best work.
Please read the Timetable below. We await your finished Chapter 16 submissions with interest. Be sure to send them to your Bubble Teacher if you are in school (please send as an attachment rather than 'share' them) or to the 'Writer's Craft Submission' email thread if you are working from home.
Further supporting materials will be sent to you, shortly.
Nearly there Yr 6! Let's show them what you are made of.
Tuesday 30th June 2020
Please read the Timetable with care before commencing. Further supporting materials, too large for this website will be forwarded to you shortly.
NB: (This means Nota're Bene or 'note well')
The Timetable carries links to a Video to support your work in Maths. In English we will be doing a Writer's Craft exercise where you will complete Chapter 16. It is a crucial moment in the story and you now get the chance to take over from the author and tell us what you think will happen next. Please share this on the link to be provided. Thank you.
Monday 29th June 2020
Please read today's Timetable with care. It includes your spelling words for this week, which all have a Mathematical focus. Further supporting materials will be sent to you independently.
If you get stuck, please use the 'Any Questions' thread for today. Please note that Mr Taylor and Miss Bland will be teaching today and so you may have to wait a little while for a reply. However, we will get back to you as quickly as possible.
Have a good day.
English - Monday 29th June 2020:
Your Spelling Words for this week are detailed on the Timetable.
For reading, you will be sent an audio file with supporting materials. You are tasked to listen to each file before answering the question posed. A link to an online quiz can be found on the Timetable. Remember to start with audio file 15-1, then 15-2 and so on. Respond to each question on the audio file before moving to the next sound track. A printable version of the questions is available if you are unable to open the link.
Use the Any Questions Thread if you have any problems.
Friday 26th June 2020
Please read the Timetable for today before starting work. In addition to the work shown below, further supporting materials will be forwarded to you before 09:00 today.
If you get stuck, please ask your Bubble Teacher. If you are working from home, please use the 'Any Questions' Thread but also note that Mr Taylor will be teaching his Bubble today and may not be able to respond to you as quickly as you may be accustomed. He will do his best to respond to you as soon as he can.
Have a great day.
Thursday 25th June 2020
Please read the Timetable before you start work. Supporting materials have been sent to you, this morning. Please use the 'Any Questions' Thread if you are stuck and ask either your Bubble Teacher or, if you are working from home, Mr Taylor. Please note that Mr Taylor is working in School and may take a little time to reply. However, he will get back to you. Have a great day.
Wednesday 24th June 2020
Please read the Timetable, carefully, before starting your tasks today. There are always important links to supporting materials. Further information will be sent to you separately. Have a good day.
English Task (URGENT):
Your English task is to complete your letter to your Secondary School Teacher. Please see yesterday's Timetable and the example letter for guidance. When completed, all pupils should email this document to Mr Taylor. Please state which Secondary School you are going to to aid our work with this, today. Thank you.
Tuesday 23rd June 2020
The materials you need for today's work are either below or will be sent to you, shortly. If you are stuck, please do not hesitate to use the 'Any Questions' Email thread for today.
Stay safe and have a great day.
Monday 22nd June 2020
Please read the Timetable before starting. Supporting materials will be sent directly to you, shortly. Please also read the guidance on Bucket of Water Challenge with care.
Have a great day.
Friday 19th June 2020
Please read the Timetable carefully before starting work. Other materials will be sent to you this morning.
For your English tasking, please see the Timetable.
Computing Materials will be shared with you shortly. See below for a link to Scratch Projects Website.
Thursday 18th June 2020
Please read the Timetable carefully before starting work. Other resources will be forwarded to you, shortly. Don't forget to ask your Bubble Teachers or use the 'Any Questions' Email thread if you are unsure. Have a good day.
Wednesday 17th June 2020
Please read the Timetable carefully before starting work. English resources are printed on the Timetable and can be copied into your jotter. There are also links to activities. Further resources will be shared with you this morning. Please check your email. Have a good day.
Tuesday 16th June 2020
Please read the Timetable before starting work. Supporting materials for your tasks today will be sent to you before 9am today. If you are unsure about your work today, either ask your Bubble Teacher or, if working from home, email your Distance Learning Teacher using the 'Any Questions' Email thread. Have a great day.
Monday 15th June 2020
Please read the Timetable carefully before beginning. Answers for Friday's Spelling will be put up shortly. Supporting materials for English will be emailed directly to you. Please use the Any Questions Thread if you get stuck. If in a bubble, please ask your Class Bubble Teacher. Have a great day.
Friday 12th June 2020
Please read the Timetable carefully before starting. Supporting materials for English and Computing have been sent to you this morning. Have a great day!
Thursday 11th June 2020
Please start by reading the Timetable carefully. Materials for your work are below but further resources will be sent to you, today.
Maths for Thursday 11th June 2020
Make sure you completed Fluent in 5 yesterday. Think about if there are any other methods you could have used? Which is the most efficient? Explanations for the two written calculations are below.
No worksheets required for the main part of maths today - see timetable for the lesson.
Wednesday 10th June 2020
Please read the Timetable with care before starting to work. All of the materials you need are below. The audio file and other supporting materials for English will be emailed to you shortly. Ensure you scroll down to find all you need.
Maths 10th June
1. Mark yesterday's work.
2. Complete Fluent in 5 and mark this.
3. Watch the lesson (see link on timetable).
4. Optional: complete the additional practice. Complete one sheet and mark before moving to the next.
English for Wednesday 10th June 2020
Please read the Timetable. Other materials will be sent to you this morning.
Tuesday 9th June 2020
Please read the Timetable with care before starting work.
Monday 8th June 2020
Please read the Timetable for today before commencing. Text and audio recordings to support your work today will be forwarded by email shortly. If you get stuck, please use the 'Any Questions' Email thread.
Bucket of Water Challenge news will be sent out shortly.
Friday 5th June
Morning everyone. You know what to do ....read the timetable and then let's get started.
Please make sure you complete the PATHs lesson today as this is important transition work for High School.
Please make sure you have watched my video explanations from Fluent in 5 (see Wednesday timetable or our Y6 Channel before tackling today's questions. The questions are very similar.
Thursday 4th June 2020
PLEASE READ THE TIMETABLE BEFORE STARTING
(some of your questions tell me some of you aren't doing this).
When working with Chapter 2 of 'Bitter Chocolate', see if you can spot the very clever trick the writer uses.
Wednesday 3rd June
Good morning everyone. Read your timetable and then let's get going with today's learning.
Please find below my explanations to yesterday's Fluent in 5 questions. Even if you got them all right yesterday, take a look as I might have used a method that you hadn't thought of. There will be more questions like these on FRIDAY.
Tuesday 2nd June
Good morning 6B and 6T. Today's work is below. The timetable is your starting point as always. Have a great day!
The Powerpoint was too big so it has been emailed to you.
Monday 1st June
We hope you've had a great half term. Find today's timetable and any other documents that you need below. Please read the timetable before continuing.
Friday 22nd May
Good morning 6B and 6T. Last day of Home Learning before half term. Usual drill - read the timetable before completing any work please. Have a lovely holiday! Miss Bland and Mr Taylor.
Please see today's timetable. Results of the reading challenge will be out today.......I know whichever class wins will choose wisely - remember it's Miss Bland's birthday!
Thursday 21st May
Good morning 6B and 6T. Hope you're ready for another day of fun learning.
You know what to do.....read the timetable, then complete the tasks, starting with English and maths.
Wednesday 20th May
Good morning everyone. You know what to do - read the timetable/email before completing any tasks. Today, I also want you get outside an enjoy the sunshine. Don't forget your sun cream!
Miss B and Mr T
Today you're going on a Virtual Science trip to a Sonic Show. The web link and password was sent to your email account. Have fun on your trip.
Tuesday 19th May
As usual, please read the timetable before starting any tasks.
The Powerpoint was too large to upload to the website so please look at your email.
Monday 18th May
Please read the timetable carefully before completing any tasks.
Friday 15th May
Please read the timetable first.
Fluent in 5 (answers from yesterday's task)
Miss Bland's explanations are below. Please watch these. I wonder if you used the same methods as me or had a different or more efficient method.
All Other Subjects
See timetable for details
JOB NUMBER 1 - PERSONAL STATEMENT
If you have not done so already, please ensure you complete your Personal Statement for the Yr 6 Year Book. This will go next to your photograph in the Year Book and will be a constant reminder to you and your friends of how you looked and thought when you left our School.
The questions you need to answer in your statement are:
Some examples are attached below for you to follow. When completed, please email this to Mrs Kirby or Mr Taylor. Thank you.
Please read the timetable, due to be published at 9am today, before you continue with any tasks.
We have shared an audio book with all Yr 6 Pupils, via your School Email Account. This will be read — one chapter each day — by Mr Taylor. We hope you enjoy it. If you have trouble locating this, please email him.
Wednesday 13th May
Please read the time table carefully before doing any tasks.
Tuesday 12th May
Please read the time table carefully before starting your work.
Please find the timetable for today below. Please read this carefully before you proceed.
Today we begin to mark the 75th Anniversary of VE day. You will still be required to complete your Maths and English work, as laid down in the timetable. However, we have also provided some links, below, to help you find out more about this event. As we've added extra work today, you have plenty to keep you going tomorrow, which is Bank Holiday Friday.
Your Primary English Task will be to complete your Review, as described in yesterday's timetable. Once done, please go onto the VE Day Activities, shown at the link below.
Wednesday 6th May
Please read the instructions carefully on the daily timetable below. Your priority subjects today are English, maths and science.
Tuesday 5th May
Please read the instructions carefully on the daily timetable.
English (see timetable)
Monday 4th May
Please read the instructions on the daily timetable.
Orange Juice Problem
Send the answers to Miss Bland
Tackling Tables (on-line)
Nessy Phonics if you have an account.
Log onto your MyOn account - Your parents have the details.
Once on MyOn, select a book.
Take a Star Reader Test to raise your levels on MyOn.
Remember, if at any point you get stuck, just email your teacher. All you've got to do is ask!
Good luck with this challenge. Mr Taylor
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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