Homework 11/1/19

Hi Year Six,

This weekend’s homework is:

  1. Reading as usual – don’t end up on the ‘hit list’!
  2. Spellings to learn – group 8 Spring
  3. x10 min reading test – on sheets in your books.
  4. SPAG.COM test online (2014 SATs test)
  5. Maths – measurement worksheet to complete: please work neatly in your book, showing working out and clear answers. Do not answer on the worksheet please.

Thank you!

Mr Day

Homework – due 8th January

Hi

Be sure to have a rest and lots of fun – and don’t leave this until the last weekend!

  1. x6 reads minimum
  2. Spring group 7 spellings to learn
  3. A total of 90 minutes IXL practise – you choose!  10 mins a day would be great!
  4. Science book revision – read and learn!

Enjoy your Christmas and have a lovely time!

Thanks for all your kind gifts and cards!

Mr Day

Homework 14/12/18

Hi Year Six!

The homework this week includes:

  1. Reading x3 as usual – are YOU doing enough?
  2. GRAND SPELL NEXT WEEK – SPRING GROUPS 1 TO 5
  3. x10 min reading and x10 min SPAG test – in yellow book already.
  4. x20 min IXL Maths online of your choice.

ALL HOMEWORK MUST BE PLEASE CHECKED AND SIGNED.

Thank you

Have a great weekend!

Mr Day

Shaw market debate

Children had a great time participating in a debate as part of learning about the British values – individual liberty and democracy. We discussed whether Shaw market should stay on the high street or move back to it’s old location behind the shops. There were strong arguments from both sides. After a heated debate, a vote was taken. The result was the majority wanted the market to stay on the high street. Well done everyone for taking part!

Homework 7/12/18

DUE MONDAY – EXCEPT ONLINE MYMATHS WHICH IS DUE WEDNESDAY

  1. Reading – x3 reads as usual.
  2. Mymaths – complete any lessons by Wednesday – 75% score needed as a minimum.
  3. x10 min reading test – on sheet in book.
  4. Silent letter spellings & sentences in book.
  5. Group 4 spring term words to learn.

Thank you

Mr Day

Homework 30/11/18

Hi everyone!

A weekend off – sort of. Use the time well – and that could mean just having a good rest after a bit of exercise!

  1. Reading as usual please
  2. Spellings to learn – group 3 Spring

Any extra you choose to do is a bonus for yourself.

Have a good one!

Mr Day

Homework 23/11/18

Hi everyone – due Tuesday 27th November:

  1. reading – as usual x3 minimum
  2. Spring term group 2 spellings to learn
  3. IXL ENGLISH Y6 B1-B9 30 mins practise
  4. Mymaths – angles 4 and construction of triangles lessons online
  5. Angles worksheet (in book – with parent helpers please)
  6. Parents please sign all homework – thank you!

Don’t forget to return your protractors to school.

Remember: don’t leave it until the last minute!

Mr Day

The Chill Factor

Everyone had lots of fun on our class visit to the Chill Factore. The morning was spent learning team building and survival skills before  venturing into the snow park where the class worked together to build an igloo and find hidden items beneath the snow. To finish the day, much fun was had travelling down the slopes in various ways

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God and The Big Bang – November 2018

Year Six enjoyed a thoroughly thought-provoking day at Manchester Cathedral today: presentations by Dr Matt Pritchard (scientist and magician extraordinaire), Caleb Gordon (environmental ethics) and Hannah Malcolm (theologist and philosopher). Big questions about life and our planet…with a few answers. We enjoyed the chance to reflect and think BIG about our role in the world…

Mountain Research

Over half term, the children were given the task of researching mountains. I am so impressed at the hard work and effort the children put into their learning and the variety of ways their findings were presented. Here are just a few of the examples.Well done, Year 5!

Debbie Abrahams

On Friday 16th November,Debbie Abrahams, M.P for Saddleworth and Oldham East, came to speak to Year 5. She spoke on a range of issues such as how she became a member of parliament, the work this role involves and what a ‘democratic parliament’ means. In addition, she informed the class of the UNICEF ‘Outright’ campaign which promotes the rights of children all over the world, to clean air. Debbie’s talk prompted the class to consider a range of issues and ask many thoughtful questions.

Homework 16/11/18

Hello Year 6,

This weekend please remember to do your homework:

  1. x3 reads as usual within the week
  2. 10  min reading comprehension
  3. Finish all the ‘explanation maths’ questions in your maths homework book. Carry on from where you left off in class. Remember – most Qs need an explanation and an example of ‘how you know’.
  4. Learn SPRING TERM GROUP 1 spellings – we are working ahead of the rest of school.
  5. IXL – if you have not been on at home this week, you should consider spending at least half an hour on areas you know that you struggle with.

Have a great weekend!

Y6 homework 9/11/18

This week please:

  1. Read! Lots if you can! Enjoy it – or find something you do enjoy reading. x3 minimum as usual. Remember – our ‘reading week’ goes from Sunday to Sunday.
  2. Learn by heart group 11 words and others that follow the rule / word families.
  3. There are 3 online MYMATHS lessons and homework to complete about TIME. You should do this by MONDAY and if you have problems with the internet this could be completed at break time in school. You need to get at least 75% scores as these are YEAR 4 lessons. Keep trying to aim for your very best and do the lessons again if you need help.
  4. 10 minute reading comprehension – on paper, in your yellow homework book.
  5. 10 minute SPAG test to complete – on paper, in your yellow homework book.

PLEASE HAVE EACH PIECE OF HOMEWORK CHECKED AND SIGNED BY A PARENT / CARER.

Thanks!

Mr Day

Scary news!

Not really…just wanted to say I hope you all had a great time over Halloween and stayed safe. Be careful if you are at a bonfire this weekend too…remember to follow the fireworks code!

https://www.rospa.com/home-safety/advice/fireworks-safety/

Don’t leave your homework until the last minute – remember to do as many corrections as possible on those test papers and hand them in on Monday.

A special mention to: Lewis, Kai, Lucy, Emilia, Lily-Ann and Meadow who have been doing their little bits of extra learning on IXL this holiday. Every little bit counts!

See you next week!

Mr Day

October 2018 Half Term Homework

Dear Year Six,

I hope you have plenty of rest this half term, but please remember to do some basic home learning inbetween snoozes and playing out:

  1. As many corrections as you can on the test papers you did during assessment week. Use a different colour pen and return the ‘test packs’ on the Monday after the holiday. Remember: if you are stuck, look for a ‘MyMaths’ lesson or some IXL questions. In maths, there’s always a way to find the answer!
  2. Group 10 spellings to learn – remember they are at the top of this page if you need them!
  3. Reading – x3 minimum during this week as usual please. Have you checked the ‘Battle of the Books’ list for ideas?

Have a safe, great holiday and see you after the break!

Mr Day

Homework 19/10/18

Hi everyone!

A reminder for this week’s homework – due Monday:

  1. x3 reads as normal recorded, unless your score was less than 25/50 in last week’s reading test- if that was the case you needed to record x6 separate ‘reads’ over this weekend.
  2. 10 min reading test – in literacy homework book.
  3. Two maths calculations sheets (BIDMAS)
  4. Be ready for ‘Grand Spell’ test: groups 1 to 9 revision.

See you on Monday!

Mr Day

Homework 12/10/18

Hello everyone.

This week’s home learning is as follows:

  1. Reading – x3 minimum as usual.
  2. Literacy – in book – x2 small SPAG tests to complete. Please work with care!
  3. Maths – division work in books. This links to this week’s work.
  4. Spellings – group 9 to learn please.
  5. 30 minutes of IXL of your own choice. Must log this in homework book and have a parent / carer sign please.

Thanks!

Remember: a little time invested now will help your confidence levels grow in the future!

Have a great weekend!

Mr Day

Keeping Healthy

Today has been ‘World Mental Health Awareness Day’. We have been thinking about how we can stay physically healthy and mentally healthy. Exercise, eating healthily, talking to friends and trusted adults, sharing our worries, listening to music, showing people we care, getting a good nights sleep and doing the ‘Daily Mile’ were just some of ideas. Here we are doing the ‘Daily Mile’ in the lovely sunshine.

Homework 5/10/18 – due Monday

Hi Year 6!  Here’s your homework!  Enjoy!

  1. Reading x3 as usual minimum.
  2. SPAG.COM TEST – 2013
  3. 10 min comprehension – in book / on sheet
  4. Maths sheet  +  and – on sheet
  5. Group 8 spellings to learn + meanings

DO NOT LEAVE IT UNTIL THE LAST MINUTE!

HAVE ALL HOMEWORK SIGNED PLEASE

Thanks!

Mr Day