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|Mrs Phillips - Year 6||
|Mr Evans - Year 6||
Happy New Year to you all from all the staff in Year 6.
Welcome to the Year 6 class page. Visit this page to follow events in Year 6 and you will hear our news, see examples of our exciting work and find details of upcoming events we are involved in. To find out more about how our class works, our theme, or take a look at details of homework/ Home Learning, click on the links below.
The Year 6 team for 2020- 2021
Mrs Phillips (Class Teacher)
Mr Evans (Class Teacher)
There are many activities on this page to keep the pupils busy and to develop their learning over the time the school is closed. There are also instructional videos and an instructional sheet to help your child complete planned learning sessions. Whenever appropriate to the task, pupils are encouraged to interpret homework challenges creatively- displaying an original, imaginative approach to the task. Whilst we acknowledge that this may not always be possible (maybe because of access to technology) we hope that this will be possible for the majority of pupils who find themselves in this situation.
Your teachers will share work and assignments with you through 'Teams' on Office 365 and J2e. Pupils can access learning during their time in school as well as at home.
These activities can be accessed by pupils with laptops, i-pads, Play Stations and mobile devices etc through their HWB accounts.
Blended Learning - Home Learning Video Links for Year 6
Click this link to view the video:
Theme of Study for Spring 2021: Frozen Kingdom
Welcome to the planet’s coldest lands, which are incredibly beautiful, yet often deadly. This half term, we’ll start by making and observing icebergs. We’ll then find out more about them using non-fiction books. We’ll learn technical vocabulary so we can write reports in the role of engineers. Using globes and maps, we’ll identify the polar regions, comparing the Arctic and Antarctic. We’ll also think about how we can protect the polar environment. Then, we’ll investigate the tragic story of the RMS Titanic, and find out about the people on board. We’ll download images of polar features and save our information in digital folders. When we’re more familiar with the polar regions, we’ll write exciting stories, poems and diary entries from the perspective of brave explorers. Researching our favourite polar animals will be fun, and we’ll create animal artwork inspired by the Inuit people.
Always follow our SMART Rules which can be found on our website