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Hello Year 6
A reminder about this week’s homework – due Monday:
WANT TO BE THE BEST? Don’t forget that IXL.COM is freely available for practice, as is MYMATHS.COM – don’t wait for homework to be set: just get online and get a bit of extra practice done. Then relax and get some rest.
See you on Monday!
This week’s homework is mostly online:
PARENTS & CARERS – please sign your child’s homework book to confirm these pieces of homework have been completed. Thank you.
Have a good weekend!
Just a reminder that this week’s homework is due on Monday and consists of:
Don’t forget that ALL of Year 6’s spelling words are always available on this website now. You really do need to master them – and the rules that go with them!
Get the work done and then enjoy the rest of the weekend.
See you on Monday!
Year Six has a very busy academic year coming up. We begin with our
creative curriculum topic: ‘Would I survive in the rainforest?’ – a
geography-led topic which takes in not only environmental study, but also
lots of ethical questions relating to issues in our own lives. We look
forward to our fundraising day – ‘Orange for Orangutan’ in November and building some sturdy shelters in class. Watch out for news, photos and information regarding these events.
PLEASE CHECK THIS PAGE REGULALRY FOR UPDATES ON HOMEWORK AND KEY MESSAGES FOR HOME.
In the mean time, Mr Day sought to inspire the new Year Six children…’Be
More Cloud’ is our class motto! Take a look:
Review of Ye-Ha – Year 6 Leavers’ Production 2018
By Grace Maddock – Year 6 pupil
‘Ye-Ha!’ is the 2018 production at St Mary’s CE Primary School, High Crompton – performed by the Year 6 class. This comedy-packed show is based in the Wild Wild West, where tragedy hits.
Mad-Dog McNut and his posse have been extinguishing sheriffs one after another. There are gasps and chunners when a timid kitchen boy named Wilbur Hubbard is unfortunately chosen, and as the folk say – he was destined for death…but not with Billie-Jo Briskett on the case! As stereotypes for girls hold her back, she pulls through as the Lone Ranger and discovers the split personality of the evil Mayor Tex Truman!
So don’t miss out! ‘Ye-Ha’ is a humour-packed production. Join Year 6 in the Wild Wild West! Splodge City needs you!
I hope you have had a lovely Easter break, had some quality ‘down time’ and some delicious eggs!
I want to take a moment to remind you that you need to be fully ready for the next few weeks leading up to May 14th, so if you haven’t yet got your homework done, then try to get it done today and tomorrow, so that you can have all of Sunday free to yourself.
You need early nights, good food and a bit of exercise in order to be at your best. So I hope to see you bright-eyed and bushy-tailed on Monday, raring to go! This is your moment. Time to go for it!
Have a lovely weekend. I am looking forward to seeing you!
Hello Year 6
Try this out!
https://kahoot.it/challenge/0352900 Game code: 0352900
Have a great Easter and keep checking back here for further news or challenges!
https://kahoot.it/challenge/0970532 Game pin: 0970532 This is an Easter science Kahoot!
https://kahoot.it/challenge/0611288 Game pin: 0611288 This is a challenge about nets.
Hi Year 6!
Ok, so it seems the Kahoot I set up will only work if you use their mobile app.
If you do have access to it (with adult permission of course!) then try the link below one more time. I have tried my best to get it going. Good luck!
Lots of FREE extracts from books here: LOVEREADING4KIDS.CO.UK
You might have to ask a parent / carer to sign up for you, but once done, you have instant access to hundreds of extracts from hundreds of authors.
I hope on your snow days you:
But of course, you could always mix it up a bit…
Hopefully, I will see you on Monday! Have a great weekend.
I just wanted to say how nice it was to chat with parents last night. I am also looking forward to meeting parents this evening to discuss their child’s future: there are some bright young stars in the making in this Year Six class and I do enjoy chatting about their potential.
I hope the materials I provide will go some way to helping your child be best prepared for their upcoming SATs tests, and ultimately a smooth transition to secondary school – where they will hopefully develop into fabulous young adults.
On that topic, we were lucky enough to have four of last years’ leavers come along this week to chat to the children about just how working hard at Primary School has helped them to move on and begin a great education at Crompton House. My thanks to Evie, Hannah, Will and Naimh. Your Head of Year has been informed!
Hello lovely Year Six people,
Click the link below for a list of word types HIGHLY LIKELY to pop up in your SATS SPELLING SPAG TEST in 16 weeks from now.
See how many you can learn.
See you on Monday!
Hello Year Six. I hope you have managed to have a go at most of the homework so far.
A few of you were struggling with algebra on the last maths test. If you have a spare 20 minutes, it would be well worth having a look at the ‘Mymaths’ lesson on ‘algebraic thinking’ – you should be able to access from this link: https://app.mymaths.co.uk/myportal/library/11/114/1226#collapse3 or find it by looking at library – number – algebra in Mymaths.
Please don’t forget to relax with a good book as well this weekend and get some exercise in!
See you all on Monday.
Hello Year Six!
Just a reminder that your homework is due in on Monday.
Those of you who are still struggling with times tables, this is a reminder to take a look at Mymaths – check the window on the left of the main screen and look at ‘Booster Packs’ then scroll down to ‘Times Tables’ and choose the option that suits you best.
Remember: ‘Unless you care…..’ You know the rest.
Get your homework done today if you can – tomorrow is supposed to be a lovely clear day for you to enjoy!
Hello Year Six!
Just a reminder: IXL homework is due on Monday. If you struggle with the ‘fractions of amount’ work, try going to mymaths – number – Year 4 – fractions – fractions of amount and practise the online lesson as a starting point.
(And don’t forget to read this weekend!)
Year 6 were asked to utilise their talents to provide some art for the Manchester Royal Infirmary new relatives’ room, which we were only too glad to get involved with. With the help of local artist and friend of the school Hugh Templeton, the children created some beautiful butterflies which will soon be adorning the walls. Thanks to Mrs Shipton (an ex-parent and employee of the MRI) for asking us! We loved getting involved!
Well done to all the players who represented St Mary’s at the tournament today! A fabulous effort and a good result – 4th over all.
Model shelter-building. Good fun and tricky too!