Autumn Term Spellings – DOWNLOAD
Spring Term Spellings – DOWNLOAD
Summer Term Spellings – DOWNLOAD
Here is Assembly 6 which is all about the dangers of boasting and being “puffed up”. As usual there are places to pause and reflect … hope you enjoy.
Too Clever is Dumb!
I hope you are doing well and have developed a good routine now.
Here is this week’s weekly plan: download HERE
Here are the worksheets and slides for English: download HERE
Maths work can be found HERE
Other worksheets you will need are HERE
Please don’t forget that this week there are 2 TEAMS sessions at 1.30 on Monday and Wednesday. The link should have been sent out via PARENTMAIL. Read the weekly plan and be ready to join in those sessions.
I look forward to seeing you!
Stay safe, keep up the good work and keep smiling!
Good Morning Everyone
Please watch the video below to enjoy a Worship from our Groundbreakers Friends.
The theme this week is all about forgiveness
Links to 70 times 7 Assembly
We hope you enjoy the Worship.
I hope you are all ok. Well done and keep at it – use SEESAW wherever you can to complete the work and send it back to me on a daily basis for feedback. Do get in touch if I can help in any way!
You can find the weekly plan HERE
Worksheets can be downloaded HERE
Best wishes as always,
Hello Year 6
Please access this work via the SEESAW CLASS APP if at all possible.
Your login/ QR codes are the same as the ones used previously in November. Your parents /carers should have these if they track back through parentmail messages sent previously.
Please complete ALL work and upload using the SEESAW APP.
Do get in touch if you have any problems.
WEEKLY PLAN – DOWNLOAD HERE
WORKSHEETS – DOWNLOAD HERE
This weekend’s homework, because you’ve been so brilliant this week, is…
…to relax, read a little and get prepared for a lovely Christmas
🙂 You’re welcome! 🙂
Hello Y6 – see the homework attached here: DOWNLOAD
Also this is stuck in your homework book.
Have a good weekend!
Thank you! Have a good weekend.
YEAR SIX HOMEWORK 19/11/20 – DUE MONDAY 23RD NOVEMBER
Homework this weekend please:
1) Read and record new/unusual vocab x3 times before Monday
2) Reading comprehension to complete in yellow homework book – Blackbeard. Please copy Qs and complete answers underneath.
3) IXL.COM – Maths – Y6 K4 to K6 Complete the questions and aim for 100 smart score. Too tricky? Complete K1-K3 instead.
4) Spellings to learn – gp 9 plus SATs Spellings to revise.
PLEASE MAKE SURE ANY HOME LEARNING DURING ISOLATION IS COMPLETED AND RETURNED TO SCHOOL.
Hello Year 6!
I hope you are all fit and well? We should be back in school on Tuesday 17th November and I cannot wait to get back to class. I hope you are keen to get started again!
For Monday’s work, you can see the plan by downloading it here or looking on SEESAW.
Maths worksheet: DOWNLOAD
Geography worksheet: DOWNLOAD
Please remember to bring in all work completed during your isolation when you return to school.
See you in school!
Following a few initial problems earlier today, it seems most of you are up and running with SEESAW. I’ve tested several accounts now and it seems that if you follow the instructions closely on the letter with the ‘home learning code’ and QR code and go to app.seesaw.me (or download the CLASS app) then you should be OK as long as signing in as a student -not a family member. The TEXT codes in the letters sent out a couple of weeks ago do still work – you need to leave spaces in between the groups of 4 letters :
example : FHNG EEHT ANDS SSET Each child’s code is different and if logging in this way, you’ll only be able to see your own work uploaded.
You should then be able to upload work and see the ‘activities’ tab. I’ve tried it at my house and it seems to be OK.
Again – here to support if you need me.
I am going to upload maths answers to Monday and Tuesday on Tuesday evening, because a few people have not managed to access the work yet it seems.
Keep at it and keep safe.
Have a good evening!
Hello Year 6
I hope you are all healthy and well! I am missing you already! 🙂
Read through the weekly tasks, which you can access here. Please remember that we will be using SEESAW to send work back to school – see your account / ask your parents to check their parentmail for access.
If you have any problems or questions, please make contact with me through SEESAW or through the school office email at: email@example.com
We will get through this together!
Stay safe. Stay happy. Keep positive!
Maths worksheets for the week:
Equivalent fractions: DOWNLOAD
Simplify fractions: DOWNLOAD
Improper fractions: DOWNLOAD
Mixed numbers: DOWNLOAD
Fractions on a number line: DOWNLOAD
We are very proud to welcome our Reception Class of 2020 to St Mary’s School.
Today our Reception pupils were presented with their own special prayer books by Rev Katy.
Unfortunately, due to circumstances beyond our control Year 6 were unable to be part of this service but sent their love and best wishes to each of their buddies.
This weekend, by Monday please:
Thank you! Have a great weekend.
Hello Year 6
As discussed in class today (4/11/20) we will be ‘upping our game‘ a little bit as regards spelling.
On top of your 15 weekly ‘group’ spellings, I will be dropping in a further 5 from the sheets below. Don’t forget: you’ve been given your own personal copy so keep it safe and use it. The tests will now be out of 20.
‘Grand spell’ tests will still be out of 20 and I will tell you which words to revise before those tests.
Remember: the spelling RULES are even more important than just the words.
Put the effort in and you’ll do well!
Hello Year 6!
Your homework over the holiday is to….have some time off, have some fun and relax a bit (with a good book!)
Seriously though it has been a tough half term with lots to get to grips with, so do use the time to re-charge your batteries and be ready for school again in November.
Please just make sure you pick up that reading book and read x3 times this next week.
Have a lovely, well-earned holiday and I’ll see you soon.
You’ve had a busy week, so this week all I am asking is:
Make sure you relax this weekend and have some fun.
This weekend’s homework that I sent home on Thursday is:
Please remember that this is due on Monday.
Have a good weekend.
Hello Year 6
Remember: PE on Monday morning. Be prepared with an outdoor kit please.
Have a good weekend!
Hello Year 6,
Homework this weekend – due by Monday please:
Thank you and have a nice weekend.
Hello Year 6
This week’s homework – due by Monday please:
Thank you – have a good weekend.
This weekend, please do the following – see insert into your maths homework book too.
IXL homework – spend 1hr in total between Thursday and Sunday on the following areas in IXL.
MATHS A1 TO A12 AND B1 TO B9
ENGLISH: K1 TO K5
You also have spellings to learn –group 2 please
If you want to extend your learning even further, don’t forget you can use MYMATHS online games, lessons and homework for practise sessions.
Also remember to have READ X3 TIMES since last Sunday – hand in reading book on Monday please.
Please remember to have the slip in your maths book signed.
Hello and welcome back to Year 6!
You’ve had an AMAZING few days and I must say I am very impressed – you’ve all settled really well and you are definitely ready for the challenges ahead. We’re in it together and I am SURE that all of you have it in you to make excellent progress in your last year at St Mary’s.
I’ve kept homework fairly simple this weekend – see below. Please remember that homework is due on Monday.
Parents – have you read the Y6 newsletter that was sent out on parentmail today? Take a look if you can. There is also a video on the website, showing a few snippets of life at St Mary’s over the last few days..
Have a good weekend everyone!
If you check the Purple Mash blog, I have added a new thread about ‘back to school’.
Take a look and add your comments if you like.
Take care and have a good weekend.
York Info Leaflet – DOWNLOAD
A great job by Lauren! Very professional!
I just want to point you in the direction of a new set of resources on our ‘Learning’ tab dropdown on the website.
If you click on it, you will find a range of resources and documents that contain some useful advice: especially if your children are struggling somewhat during the lockdown.
Please take a moment to have a look at the resources – particularly the information on World Mental Health Awareness Day.
Don’t forget, if we can help – we will do our best. There is usually someone here at school you can talk to.
Best wishes to you all on behalf of all the staff here at St Mary’s.
Can you guess who it is?
🙂 Mr Day
Well done Evie! A lovely sentiment!
A superb effort from Jasmin on the flower sketching task!
A brilliant tulip from Amelia! Lovely stuff! 🙂
Y6 Boys vs Girls now live! Give it your best shot!
Hi everyone – I hope you and your families are doing well!
Here’s the link for the MUSIC BOX reading answers: DOWNLOAD
I really hope you are coping with the ‘lockdown’. At least the sun is shining eh?
Don’t forget that the No.1 thing you can do to keep your brain active is to READ. Use this time to really get into a great book. You could even download or stream an audio book by visiting https://stories.audible.com/start-listen They are totally free during lockdown and there is a good selection of ‘elementary’ reads on there.
Keep an eye out for home-learning to appear here again on 20th April.
Until then, I hope you have a safe, happy Easter. You are in my thoughts. Mrs Roberts also sends her love.
Hi everyone. I hope you are well!
It appears that this week’s purple mash 2DO based on databases is unclear, so I have deleted that task and replaced it with lots of coding activities, which you should try to do in order, building up from the traffic lights (Gibbon) task through to the 2GO task (Gorilla). Try your best and remember to watch and listen to tutorials if needed. You can try these coding tasks over the next few days.
Also, the writing task is from POBBLE365.COM – type this into your address bar to search for today’s writing tasks.
Thank you and take care!
Hello Y6… by Tuesday please:
1) SPAG.COM full test to do
IXL.COM – Y6 cc3 cc4 cc5 cc6
3) 2 mymaths lessons (RATIO)
4) reading as usual
5) gp 10 spellings to learn