Week 2 Term 4

Well we’re heading into week 2 and the end is in sight. It will be fantastic to see you all again and get back to something like normality…

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I hope you are all still well and enjoyed your time off over half term – I certainly appreciated the break from the computer screen and being able to get out for walks and bike rides…

Thank you for the lovely work that you’ve sent in over this last term… there have been a few R.O.A.s given out and well deserved to!

There is one more week before you head back to school, make sure that you keep up the enthusiasm and access the work from Google Classroom…

SubjectMondayTuesdayWednesdayThursday
Friday
Maths  – 45minsMeasurements, area, perimeter.DEEP
Clean
English – 45minsGrammar
Commas
Semi colonsColons
Guided Reading – 30 minsSaint David
Foundation – 45minsTopicAncient EgyptR.E.P.S.H.E.Science
P.E P.EYoga (GC)
Spellings – 20 minsWrite out spellings.Fill a line of each as part of your handwriting practice.Dictionary work – Find and write out the meaning of each word.Write each word in a sentence showing you understand the meaning.Write your spellings out as spelling pyramids or artistically eg. As graffiti, bubble writing etc.
Times tables- 20 minsTT Rock starsLearn your times tables.   X3TT Rock starsLearn your times tables.   X4TT Rock starsLearn your times tables.   X6TT Rock starsLearn your times tables.   X7
Reading – 20 mins20 mins20 mins20 mins20 mins20 mins
Topic project (Up to 45 mins per day)Choose an activity for the table (2 per week)

Take care and see you all soon…

Mr M

Seriously! week 6! already!

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Well done everyone! we have nearly made it through a particularly strange period to the end of term and I’m sure that, at the end of this week, you will all deserve a wonderful rest.

But, we still have another week’s work left to have a go at though..

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We have had more wonderful work this to show you..

Some lovely thoughts from A.G

I will be setting up a meeting for those of you at home to say “HELLO” on Tuesday at 9.00, so keep your eyes on the Google Classroom stream because that is where I will be posting the link… see you then….

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Remember to: follow the timetable below ; attempt you spellings and keep reading!

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SubjectMondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday
NO SCREEN DAY
Maths  – 45minsAlgebra
English – 45minsLiteracy shed –
Dialogue
Guided Reading – 30 minsCaptain Tom
Foundation – 45minsTopicAncient EgyptR.E.P.S.H.E.Science
P.E P.EYoga (GC)P.EFitness (GC)
Spellings – 20 minsWrite out spellings.Fill a line of each as part of your handwriting practice.Dictionary work – Find and write out the meaning of each word.Write each word in a sentence showing you understand the meaning.Write your spellings out as spelling pyramids or artistically eg. As graffiti, bubble writing etc.
Times tables- 20 minsTT Rock starsLearn your times tables.   X3TT Rock starsLearn your times tables.   X4TT Rock starsLearn your times tables.   X6TT Rock starsLearn your times tables.   X7
Reading – 20 mins20 mins20 mins20 mins20 mins20 mins
Topic project (Up to 45 mins per day)Choose an activity for the table (2 per week)

I haven’t seen many of you have a go at the Topic project yet!!

And then SPELLINGS!! – more silent letters… but not as many..

thumb

doubt

subtle

listen

whistle

castle

ballet

Everyone can do these this week..

OK then 6M into the last week we go!!!!!

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Wild week 5

Well the weather has certainly been wild this week…

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BUT you have been working well from the comfort of your own homes!

Ok everybody! into wk 5 and well done for all your hard work!

Please remember that you are expected to do the work set each day as though you were in school.

There was some fantastic work that I received this week.

A great scroll from E.L.

Please consider your work time table for next week.

SubjectMondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday
Maths  – 45minsAlgebra
English – 45minsTutankamen
Guided Reading – 30 minsEgyptian Gods
Foundation – 45minsTopicAncient EgyptR.E.P.S.H.E.ScienceComputers
P.E P.EYoga (GC)P.EFitness (GC)
Spellings – 20 minsWrite out spellings.Fill a line of each as part of your handwriting practice.Dictionary work – Find and write out the meaning of each word.Write each word in a sentence showing you understand the meaning.Write your spellings out as spelling pyramids or artistically eg. As graffiti, bubble writing etc.Test yourself(send in a screen shot) 
Times tables- 20 minsTT Rock starsLearn your times tables.   X3TT Rock starsLearn your times tables.   X4TT Rock starsLearn your times tables.   X6TT Rock starsLearn your times tables.   X7TT Rock starsLearn your times tables.   X8
Reading – 20 mins20 mins20 mins20 mins20 mins20 mins
Topic project (Up to 45 mins per day)Choose an activity for the table (2 per week)

And don’t forget your new spellings this week.

wreck

wrinkle

sword

answer

knight

known

knock

knife

lamb

or…

whole

people

any

could

water

poor

behind

most

gold

even

Don’t forget to do a 20min task each day!

HAVE A LOVELY WEEK!

Mr M.

Week 4

There’s snow forecast this weekend!! MAYBE?

Hi Guys!

So, we are now heading into week 4 and I need to remind you that you are expected to do the work set each day as though you were in school. It is really important that you engage with the remote learning, particularly because you will be heading into Secondary school later THIS year!!

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Please consider the time table and try to commit to 4 hours of work each day (this is not as much as you would normally work in a day at school!)

Year 6 Week 4 Timetable – all lessons will be posted on Google Classroom

MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday
MATHS Arithmetic PaperMATHS Complete paper, mark and correctMATHS Mathematics MysteriesMATHS Mathematics MysteriesMATHS Hit the Button
ENGLISHENGLISHENGLISHENGLISHENGLISH  
TIMES TABLES Times Tables Rockstars Mymaths/ Hit the button/BBC BitesizeTIMES TABLES Times Tables Rockstars Mymaths/ Hit the button/BBC BitesizeTIMES TABLES Times Tables Rockstars Mymaths/ Hit the button/BBC BitesizeTIMES TABLES Times Tables Rockstars/ Mymaths/ Hit the button/BBC BitesizeTIMES TABLES Times Tables Rockstars/ Mymaths/ /BBC Bitesize
READING ORT or Free Reader bookREADING Guided ReadingREADING Guided Reading Self-markREADING ORT or Free Reader book  READING  ORT or Free Reader book    
SPELLING Write out your words ensuring that you have copied them out correctlySPELLING Dictionary work – lookup the words and their meaningsSPELLING Pyramids / drawings/ flowers/ chalk / pasta/LegoSPELLING Silly sentences / dice game/crosswords / word search/storiesSPELLING Test Get somebody to test you on your spellings
TOPIC Ancient EgyptR. E.P.E Yoga /Relaxation  SCIENCE  PE FITNESS
P.S.H.EMUSIC  

Your spellings this week are:-

Important letter patterns – ough igh ph
 
enough
dough
thought
thorough
frighten
height
lightning
mighty
elephant
pamphlet
physical  
ie
brief
grief
chief
thief
frieze
field
shield
belief
believe
relief

Please follow the usual sequence of activities.

Don’t forget to READ!!

See you soon (Hopefully!)

Mr M

Keeping Going Everyone

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TERM 3 WEEK 3

Well, we are now heading into week 3 and I can see that you are working hard and staying safe. Well done to those who have sent in work this week, much of it has been of an excellent quality.

Remember though to keep practicing your spellings and attempt the various tasks posted on the blog and the Google classroom.

Make sure that read for at least 20 minutes each day.

Learn those times tables!

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We have been responding regularly to those at home, but have recently realised that some of the comments may have not been received. Please be aware that we aim to respond regularly to each pupil and not receiving any responses may have been due to a technical error. For this we do apologise.

Keep working hard and staying positive!

Please consider the time table below to help guide you through home learning.

SubjectMondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday
MathsFractions/PercentagesEquivalent FPDOrdering PFDPercentages of amountsMissing values
EnglishEgyptian explorers
Guided reading 30 minstbctbctbctbctbc
FoundationTopic – What was life like in Ancient Egypt?R.E.P.S.H.E.ART
Egyptian death masks.
COMPUTING
P.E.Fitness
Use fitness sheets to record your workouts.
Yoga
SpellingsWrite out spelling words. Fill a line practicing your handwriting.Find the dictionary definition and write it out.Write the word in a sentence demonstrating it’s meaning.Write your spellings out artistically eg. pyramids, graffiti style.Test yourself – send a screenshot.
Times TablesTT Rock stars
x3
TT Rock stars x4TT Rock stars x6TT Rock stars
x7
TT Rock stars x8
Topic project work. Choose 2 activities from the table.

Spellings this week:-

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burrow
hollow
shadow
bucket
cricket
pocket
kitten
siren
sudden
lemon
person
skeleton
ough
rough
enough
cough
trough
dough
though
nought
bought
brought
thought

Term 3 Wk 2

Hi everybody, well done for last week ; we received a lot of excellent work keep it up!

Well Done – Coundon Primary School

A few important things to note about sending work in:

Maths

Please try to avoid pdf format if possible, there should be no need to. We will set up Google documents to use or use the Google slides showing the questions on which to answer.

To view the slide show click “present” but be aware that you cannot write on to the slide when it is being presented. You can only type onto the worksheet if it’s not being presented (press “escape”). Click onto the answer boxes to be able to write.

 MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday
MathsMultiply decimals by integersDivide decimals by integersDivision to solve problemsDecimals as fractionsFractions to decimals
EnglishThe Tempest Comparative Sentences The Tempest How do you start sentences in different ways  The Tempest To know how to make sentences richer by adding detail  The Tempest To use relative clauses  The Tempest To identify and discuss themes and conventions in and across a wide range of writing.  
FoundationTopic Ancient EgyptR.E.P.S.H.E.Science  Computers
   P.E Fitness  P.E Yoga

All lessons will be on Google Classroom , unless stated otherwise.

Records of achievement –

For this last week, all those that have submitted work will receive a record of achievement.

Well done!!!!!

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To help get around the Google classroom site please look for the audio guide “Monday” on the classwork page.

Don’t forget your spellings this week…

Remember the tasks that we do in class? Writing out your spelling in sentences. Finding dictionary definitions. Handwriting. Spelling pyramids and other activities.

Other ending – a i o u HOT / SPICY
banana
umbrella
tarantula
corgi
kiwi
chapatti
cello
kangaroo
piano
emu
gnu
haiku  
silent lettersMILD
lamb
thumb  
wreck
wrench  
sword
answer
   

Don’t forget to keep reading and remember that you need to be constantly learning your times tables.

Take care, work hard and keep in touch,

Mr M

Hi all…

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Wednesday

Well done everybody for completing your work today – you have worked really hard. 

Can everyone make sure they attempt and turn in their paragraph for lesson 1 in English relating to The Tempest, there will be another task tomorrow of course.

.

🙂

Tomorrow there will be Mathematics, English and Science on Google Classroom.

If you are finding the Mathematics tricky, have a look on your Mymaths for alternative activities.

If you have any queries, don’t forget to email me at 6M@westrise-jun.e-sussex.sch.uk

Term 3 Week 1

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Good morning everybody and Happy New Year!

I hope you had a good holiday and that you are all safe and well. Here is the timetable for this week’s Home learning.

Your learning will be posted every week on here but make sure that you can access Google Classroom for Mathematics and English and other lessons. Don’t forget to practise your weekly spelling and read as much as you can!

Stay safe..

This term our topic is Egypt – I WANT MY MUMMY! We will start our topic next week.

For this week’s lessons in English & Maths, Science, PE & PSHE look on Google Classroom.

Outdoor Learning / Art

How lovely to be able to get an hour’s fresh air every day – during this time you can complete this week’s challenge.

Out and About – Photo challenge

For today’s exercise walk, take a camera or Smart phone. Take a creative photograph to represent each of these themes. If you don’t have a camera or a phone you can sketch or draw or even paint something similar. 

A flying object

A forced perspective

A geometric pattern

Can you guess what it is?

A living thing

A forced perspective is where you make something appears smaller or larger than it actually is, e.g. the classic shot of somebody pushing the Leaning Tower of Pisa up. 

Spellings

This week’s spellings – remember to practise them as much as you can in different and fun ways!

Children without a device on which to work

If you do not have a device on which to work could you please use the textbooks that you were given starting from the beginning, answering questions and making notes as you work through (please allow at least 30mins for Maths and for English).

Notes and answers can be written in the exercise books that were given out or on separate pieces of paper. Exercise books and paper are available from school.

The Final Week!!

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Well, we are so nearly there. We have just about made it to Christmas (Season of fun and joy to all!!) and you guys have been BRILLIANT! Well done!

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It has been a long and difficult couple of terms, especially after this year’s trials and tribulations, but you have all equipped yourselves marvelously.

As a class, you have worked hard and shown great resilience and perseverance and I think that over the holiday , you should be able to enjoy a well-earned rest…

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Therefore, there will be no homework to complete and you should make the most of having some quality time with your families over the Christmas season. I hope that you receive some lovely gifts and have some memorable experiences.

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Remember to help around the house, as Christmas can be an exhausting time for parents and carers!

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Anyway… take care and I’ll see you all NEXT YEAR!

HAPPY CHRISTMAS

Mr M.

Week 6

Celebration day was such fun this week!!! Ginger beer and jam tarts! What is there not to love!

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Homework

  • Complete My Maths – Reflection and translation/Money problems.
  • Practise your spellings
  • Reading at least 3 times and complete an activity in your reading journey books 
  • x8 times tables and related facts   80 x 6 =

Children who are self-isolating

  • White Rose Home Learning – Using the teaching slides and activities for each day – https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/
  • English / Topic – Read and rewrite a contemporary version of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol/ Oliver Twist. (Please submit on Google Classroom) https://classroom.google.com/h
  • Topic – Research World War 2 shelters (Please submit on Google Classroom)
  • English – Pobble 365– complete each daily activity (return answers to class email) https://www.pobble365.com/
  • Spellings – as above
  • My Maths as above
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