Y6 Home learning updated 4th May 2020
Welcome to the next 2 weeks of our very different summer term. We hope you are all well.
Congratulations to the children who are continuing to access the Active Learn activities and Spelling Shed games. Some children are regularly logging in and completing all the work.
Please keep sending us pictures and messages about your wonderful work and activities, either through Facebook or the Year 6 email.
Please find below links to online learning while school is closed.
If you haven’t logged in for a while:
We are continuing to regularly update your work on Active Learn. We have set you some new activities for the next two weeks. Some of the maths activities are different to the ones we normally send you – so why not login to your account and have a look. We have also set you some really fun books to read. Access this through your Active Learn account as usual. When you’ve read the book you can do a book review or make a poster to describe the book. There are also questions to answer for each book. Also, there are some new activities around SPAG. Also carry on with your spelling using Spelling Shed or Spelling Frame. There is a new TTRockstars battle of the bands set up too. 6L are still leading this battle.
You may complete any outstanding topic work from the WW2 topic homework list.
Normally, in school, we would be thinking about starting our next topic on Ancient Greece. There are lists of activities to complete, if you would like to.
If you still have some unfinished work in your your plastic folder from when we closed feel free to continue working on it.
The new packs we put together 2 weeks ago are still available if you haven’t accessed them yet. Please email if you would like the pack.
Or alternatively, find the link here if you would like to download the pack yourself :
Science Home Learning Pack: Primary Download – Spring into Spring
New Online Lessons
There are 2 new websites that are providing daily lessons if you would like to have a look. We hope that you have tried these daily lessons. They are excellent and will keep you up to date with your learning.
White Rose Maths have made daily lessons for your children for free. You don’t need a login. There are also videos to help you teach the lessons. These are also excellent.
If you want to continue your computing work you may complete Scratch missions from their website or how about trying the following website which teaches you about computational thinking. You don’t need a computer for some of the activities.
We would like you to log in to Pobble365 every day and complete the English activities for each day. You can print them out or write in the exercise book that we have included in the packs that you have brought home from school.
Your parents can also use the following link to access the free year 6 home learning packs from Twinkl.
The code to access the free resources is: CVDTWINKLHELPS
If you experience difficulties accessing the work on the internet please contact us via the year 6 email which is:
Also, you may access :
Click on “login” and select “Espresso.” Enter your username: student22435. Enter your password: corrie
If you need a break or some exercise Please visit www.5-a-day.tv to log in using these details.
The home access username and password for parents/carers and pupils is:
Below is a link to Oxford Owl for Home. Parents can join for free and their children can read ebooks and complete activities to do with reading, maths and English. Please keep up with your reading at home every day. Also, remember if you joined the library recently you have access to plenty of books that you can read online.
Here is a link to a site where your child can listen to stories too.
Also, David Walliams is reading one of his stories every day at 11am – they are very entertaining.
If you would like to continue your French work, please find below a link to a workbook that you can download.
**Another site which we have access to thanks to one of our governors is mymaths.co.uk. This has lots of interactive activities on, but for each area, there are also attached lessons, which make it much easier to work through the activities with the children. The login details are as follows:
The children do not have their own individual logins but if you choose the Middle School tab, click on an area of maths relevant to year 6, click on online homework then click practice. You can read through the lesson notes with your children first if you wish. You can also click on the Classic Mymaths tab and look for Y6 work.
Remember to get involved with art, craft and music too. It would be lovely to see any creative work that you have done at home with your families.
Look after each other and be kind.
Mrs Lynch, Miss Turner and Mrs Mitchell