Autumn Term Spellings – DOWNLOAD
Spring Term Spellings – DOWNLOAD
Summer Term Spellings – DOWNLOAD
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:
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.
Year 2 had such fun following instructions to make their very own disgusting sandwiches like in the story that we had read. They were amazing chefs and thought of lots of verbs to collect and synonyms vocabulary for ‘disgusting’. We are looking forward to writing our own disgusting soup recipes.
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: firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
Mrs Hardman challenged us to put the fire out in Pudding Lane, but by the time we had got water from the River Thames the fire had spread! We had great fun learning why the fire of London started and how hard it was to stop it spreading.
We hope you are all still keeping safe and well.
Thank you to pupils and parents for the amazing work completed last week.
Miss Zylko and Mrs Hartley have loved seeing your work on Tapestry – please keep up the brilliant work !
Please click here to take you to your Remote Learning for this week.
You’ve had a busy week, so this week all I am asking is:
Make sure you relax this weekend and have some fun.
Hello to Reception pupils, I hope you are all well and keeping safe.
I have set you some tasks and home learning to complete. Please click here to see the work that I have set. There are 4 lessons for each day plus your daily reading.
I am very excited to see your work.
Shortly, you will receive details of a platform called Tapestry, where you will be able to send me pictures of your work and we will, in the future, be able to use this to set exciting tasks to complete once we are all back in school together.
Good luck, and please use Tapestry or the school e-mail to send in your work or for any further help or guidance :
See you all soon
This weekend’s homework that I sent home on Thursday is:
Please remember that this is due on Monday.
Have a good weekend.
Year 2 enjoyed taking part in a workshop today. They explored the lives, times and achievements of Christopher Columbus and Neil Armstrong. They learnt about the similarities between these 2 significant people by recreating the events of their journeys. They enjoyed audiobooks, videos, quizzes and drama activities.
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.
Here is a snapshot of some of the activities the children have enjoyed since returning to school and commencing their time in Year 5
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!
Please click HERE for a tour of your new classroom!
Hi Year Five!
Please click the link HERE to see my video.
See you in September!
Welcome to Year 1. For your video click HERE