Year 3 Autumn Term 2021

Welcome to Year 3!

 

We hope that you have had a fantastic summer break and are ready to start the juniors. We have loads of information for you and your parents on this page.

Autumn Term 2021

Maths:

In maths we will be continuing with Power Maths. We will be looking at place value (3 digit numbers), addition and subtraction, multiplication and division.

English:

In English our featured text will be ‘Stone Age Boy’ by Satoshi Kitamura. We will also be reading extracts from Stig of the Dump by Clive Davies and The Wild Way Home by Sophie Kirtley to support us with our writing. We will then write our own adventure story inspired by these texts and include some of the SPaG features we have been looking at in class. Other areas of reading and writing will be covered related to Black History Month and Roald Dahl day. We will then be concentrating on writing instructions based on “How to wash a Woolly Mammoth”, followed by reading and writing shape poems.

 

Topic: The Stone Age

Our topic this term is The Stone Age. Through our topic we will develop our historical skills by looking at what life was like in the Stone Age, studying what we can learn about the past from artefacts and finding out when the Stone Age was by looking at timelines. We will also be looking at Stone Age Art and Craft and create our own cave paintings and analyse Stone Age weapons and jewellery including spears, axes and bear tooth necklaces.

 

Science: Moving and Feeding

In Science the children will learn that animals including humans need the right types and amounts of nutrition to thrive and grow and that eating the wrong types and amounts can lead to health problems. They will investigate some of the health problems associated with not eating well. They will learn that we cannot make our own food and that we need to eat a varied diet and list the types of food that we need and why we need them and construct a balanced food plate. They will find out that different animals have different dietary requirements and some foods humans eat may be poisonous to animals.  The children will also discuss the role of the muscles and skeleton and describe what would happen if we didnʼt have them.

Our second science topic is Light and Shadows.

The children will explore the differences between light sources and light reflectors. They will be able to describe how shadows are formed and will explore the relationship between light, objects and the formation of shadows. They will create and change shadows in the context of a puppet shadow play. They will explore the properties of materials that can cast shadows and use the scientific terms opaque, translucent and transparent to describe these materials. Finally children will demonstrate an understanding of the possible dangers to health that the Sun, as a strong source of light, holds for them and others.

Working Scientifically, children will set up simple comparative and fair tests to compare materials, and they will make systematic and careful observations of shadows.

 

PHSE: JIGSAW: Being Me in my World

During this ‘puzzle’ the children will be looking at their thoughts and feelings during new experiences. They will be looking at what makes them proud and how this made them feel. They will create their own personal and class targets linked to our Investors in Pupils and assess their progress in achieving them.The second puzzle is : Celebrating Difference where we look at differences between people, diversity and anti-bullying.

 

RE: What do different people believe about God?

In RE the children will be looking at what different people believe about God through stories, buildings and art.

PE: Basketball, Tri-golf, dance and gymnastics

In PE the children will learn games skills and dance and gymnastics

Music: BRASS

During our music lessons the children will have the opportunity to learn how to play a brass instrument with Tameside music service.

ICT:

In our ICT lessons we will be looking at Connecting Computers and Stop-frame Animations.

MFL: French

Our first theme is France and its culture. We will then look at greetings and names and learning how to count up to 20 in French, the French alphabet and colours.

 

 

Want more?

You all have a Times Tables Rockstar login to practise fast retrieval of your multiplication tables. Please ask an adult to see your teacher for a replacement card if you lose or forget your login.

https://www.ttrockstars.com

You will need to regularly revise the year 2 spelling list and learn the Year 3 spelling lists.

Practicing Spellings At Home

Year 3 and 4 Common Exception Words

Year 3 Spelling Rules and Examples

 

Other important information:

  • Please ensure your name is clearly written in all your school uniform.
  • Please ensure your correct and full PE kit is in school all week as PE days can change in school (it will be sent home every half term to wash)
  • Bring your reading book and reading diary to school every day. Sometimes a reading volunteer will choose you for extra reading.
  • Please bring a school water bottle every day.

All the equipment you need is supplied for you in school. Please do not bring in your own pencils, rubbers etc from home.

PE lessons will be every Wednesday and Thursday this term. Please make sure that your child has their PE kit in school. This should be black shorts, pumps and a plain white t shirt or Corrie PE top.

 

Homework

Homework will be sent home every Friday and is expected to be returned to school by the following Wednesday. If all homework is completed and handed in by Wednesday you will achieve green on your assertive mentoring chart. If you hand it in later than Wednesday you will achieve yellow. If you do not compete all homework you will be given a red.

Children have maths homework which is linked to their lessons that week, topic homework from the menu and also Spelling and handwriting practise and Times Table Rockstars.

Take Away The Stone Age

 

Reading books should be signed at home at least twice a week and should be in school every day, but will also be checked on Wednesdays along with the homework.

We are really looking forward to a new and exciting term. If you have any questions or concerns, please ask.

Mrs Lynch and Mrs Hall

 

Summer Term in year 3

Summer term in year 3!

Welcome to the final term of year 3, we have a busy and action-packed term ahead! We will be celebrating World Culture Day on May 21st, where the children will learn about the wealth of cultures we have in school. Sports and Health week will be held on w/b 6th June, where the children will get to try lots of new sports!

IMPORTANT NOTES:

PE lessons will be every Monday and Thursday. Please make sure that your child has their PE kit in school. This should be black shorts, pumps and a plain white t shirt or Corrie PE top.

 

Homework will be sent home every Friday and is expected to be returned to school by the following Wednesday.

 

Reading books should be signed at home at least twice a week and should be in school every day, but will also be checked on Wednesdays along with the homework.

 

Please find below what we will be learning about:

Maths:

In maths we will continue using Power Maths and will start the term by focusing on fractions before looking at time. Please practise telling the time as much as possible with your child at home. We will then learn about angles and properties of shapes before moving onto mass and capacity.

English:

In English, we will start the term by looking at Escape from Pompeii by Christina Balit, which tells the true story of the volcanic eruption in Pompeii in 79AD. Children will look at writing descriptive recounts of the volcano erupting before writing their own newspaper reports about the eruption. We will then look at The Tear Thief by Carol-Ann Duffy about a thief who each night collects the tears of children who cry. We will use this story as inspiration to write a persuasive poster and a letter of explanation. We will continue to embed year 3 SPaG throughout all of our writing.

Topic: Extreme Earth

Our topic this term is Extreme Earth. We will look at the structure of the Earth and will be investigating what causes volcanoes and earthquakes. We will then look at the impact of a natural disaster and what to do during a natural disaster. We will learn about other extreme weather such as tornadoes and tsunamis and identify patterns in weather around the world.

 

Science: Plants and Rocks and Soils

We will continue learning about what plants need and the functions of all the different parts of the plant. We will then move on to learning about Rocks and soils. The children will recognise that below the surface of Earth is rock which they may not be able to see. They will understand that over time rocks have been broken down to form smaller rocks, pebbles, stones and eventually soils. They will recognise that there are different rocks and different soils which have different properties and appearances. Children will identify, name and describe different rocks. They will compare and group different rocks and soils based on appearance and properties.

 

PHSE: JIGSAW: Relationships and Changing Me

The children will learn how babies grow, outside and inside body changes, family stereotypes and look ahead to next year in school and further as they grow up.

RE: What does it mean to be a Hindu in Britain today?

In RE the children will learn more about the Hindu faith and the different beliefs and traditions. We will then look at what it means for people being a Hindu in modern Britain.

PE: Basket Ball and athletics

In PE the children will have the sports coaches on a Monday to learn basketball skills before playing short games against each other in teams. We will also have athletics on a Thursday in preparation for sports day.

Music: BRASS

During our music lessons the children will have the opportunity to learn how to play a brass instrument with Tameside music service.

ICT: We will continue with our work on programming including using Turtle Logo and Scratch. We will then move onto Creating Media using a desk top publishing program.

MFL: French

We will complete our work on months and the date, then look at The Very Hungry Caterpillar story in French. After that we will look at the topics of My Family and On the Farm.

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HOME LEARNING LINKS / IMPORTANT TO REMEMBER 

Every term the children will receive a ‘Take Away Homework’ a menu of homework activities linked to our Topic. If you would like to email us your child’s homework please email to admin@corrie.tameside.sch FAO Miss Wood / Mrs Lynch.

 

The children will also be set a piece of maths work online linked to their learning in class. If your child does not have access to the internet, please ask for a worksheet instead. The children will also have handwriting/ spelling practice each week.

 

Home Reading: Reading a school book is part of your homework. Children should read at least twice week and signed by an adult. Reading books will get checked every Wednesday. Reading books will be changed on a Monday and Thursday. Your child’s reading diary must be signed before a new book is given and all activities completed (if applicable)

REMEMBER: all homework needs to be completed each week and handed in by each Wednesday to achieve GREEN for Homework in your Assertive Mentoring. If you hand it in on Thursday you will achieve YELLOW and after that you will achieve RED for that week.

 

Want more?

You all have an ACTIVE LEARN and Times Tables Rockstar login for other Maths activities, games and multiplication facts practise to enjoy at home online. Please ask an adult to see your teacher for a replacement card if you lose or forget your login. Web links:

 

http://www.activelearnprimary.co.uk

https://www.ttrockstars.com

You will need to regularly revise the year 2 spelling list and learn the Year 3 spelling lists.

Practicing Spellings At Home

Year 3 and 4 Common Exception Words

Year 3 Spelling Rules and Examples

 

Other important information:

  • Please ensure your name is clearly written in all your school uniform. We have a permanent marker if you need to write your child’s name in their jumper etc.
  • Please ensure your correct and full PE kit is in school all week as PE days can change in school (it will be sent home every half term to wash)
  • Bring your reading book and reading diary to school every day. Sometimes a reading volunteer will choose you for extra reading.
  • Please bring a school water bottle every day.

All the equipment you need is supplied for you in school. Please do not bring in your own pencils, rubbers etc from home.

 

We are really looking forward to our final term. If you have any questions or concerns, please book an appointment to see your child’s class teacher.

Miss Wood and Mrs Lynch

Year 3 Spring Term 2021

Hello everyone and welcome back to spring term in year 3.

Maths:

We will continue to use our new scheme Power Maths in school and start by looking at multiplication and division. We will then move onto measurement by learning to add and subtract amounts of money, we will also look at bar charts and pictograms and learn to measure, compare, add and subtract different lengths. They will then finish the term with a unit on fractions.

English:

We will start the half term by focusing on narrative writing inspired by The Egyptian Cinderella by Shirley Climo, a traditional tale and alternative version to Cinderella. We will start by comparing different versions of a traditional story and then write our own narratives and edit our story. We will then use a short film ‘Tadeo Jones’ to inspire diary writing.

 

Topic: Ancient Egypt

Our topic this term is going to be Ancient Egypt and we are going to find out all about this fascinating period of history. We will be doing lots of activities in our Kagan books, looking at Egyptian artefacts and discovering what life what like in the Egyptian times.

 

Science: Magnets and Forces followed by What Plants Need

The children will learn about forces, friction and magnetic attraction. They will learn about forces in the context of pushing and pulling, and will identify different actions as pushes or pulls. The children will work scientifically and collaboratively to investigate friction, by exploring the movement of a toy car over different surfaces. They will work in a hands on way to identify magnetic materials. They will conduct an investigation into the strength of different types of magnet.

In the plants unit children will explore what plants need to grow well. They will compare how plants grow in different soils and explore how fertilisers can be used to improve growth. Children will investigate the amount of water needed to help a leafy pot plant grow well. They will also investigate how space affects plant growth by comparing how well grass seeds grow with more or less space.

 

PHSE: JIGSAW Dreams and goals 

During this half term, children will look at understanding what their dreams and goals are and look at how to achieve their aspirations.

 

RE: Why do people pray?

In RE the children will be looking how and why people pray across a range of different religions.

 

PE: Invasion Games

The children will now have the sports coach working with them on a Monday afternoon. They will be looking at invasion games and learning different skills to apply in a range of games. They will then apply these skills by learning to play basketball and play matches against each other.

Music: BRASS

During our music lessons the children will have the opportunity to learn how to play a brass instrument with Tameside music service. Music lessons are every Wednesday. If your child would like to take their brass instrument home to practice, a deposit can be paid to the office allowing them to take it home.

 

Computing:

 This term we will continue or work on word processing using the laptops. We will move onto programming using Logo and Scratch.

 

MFL: French

We will be developing our language skills this half term by looking at colours and the french alphabet.

HOME LEARNING LINKS / IMPORTANT TO REMEMBER 

Homework is set on a Friday and due the following Wednesday. We provide the children with a menu of choices for topic homework activities that they can carry out during the term. They still only need to complete one piece per week. We will also continue to set maths homework online via Google Classroom each week (a paper version of this is available). Children will also have handwriting/ spelling homework this term.

If you would like to email us your child’s homework please email to admin@corrie.tameside.schFAO Miss Wood / Mrs Lynch

Home Reading: Reading a school book is part of your homework. Reading books are checked every Wednesday and your child must read at least twice a week. Books will be changed on a Monday and Thursday. Your child’s reading diary must be signed before a new book is given and all activities completed (if applicable).

REMEMBER: all homework needs to be completed each week and handed in by each Wednesday to achieve GREEN for Homework in your Assertive Mentoring. If you hand it in on Thursday you will achieve YELLOW and after that you will achieve RED for that week. Homework is a vital part of your child’s learning and school provides homework club after school on Tuesday if you require support.

Want more?

You all have a  Times Tables Rockstar login for other Maths activities, games and multiplication facts practise to enjoy at home online. Please ask an adult to see your teacher for a replacement card if you lose or forget your login. Web links:https://www.ttrockstars.com

You will need to regularly revise the year 2 spelling list and learn the Year 3 spelling lists.

Practicing Spellings At Home

Year 3 and 4 Common Exception Words

Year 3 Spelling Rules and Examples

 

Other important information:

  • Please ensure your name is clearly written in all your school uniform. We have a permanent marker if you need to write your child’s name in their jumper etc.
  • Please ensure your correct and full PE kit is in school all week as PE days can change in school
  • Bring your reading book and reading diary to school every day. Sometimes a reading volunteer will choose you for extra reading.
  • All the equipment you need is supplied for you in school. Please do not bring in your own pencils, rubbers etc from home.
  • PE is on Mondays and Thursdays.

 

 

Year 6 Home Learning Update 13th July 2020.

Y6 Home learning updated 13th July 2020

If you are missing hugs and contact from loved family members…

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2PnnFrPaRgY&feature=youtu.be

We hope you are all safe and well. Please keep  sending us pictures and messages about your wonderful work and activities, either through Facebook or the Year 6 email.

year6@corrie.tameside.sch.uk

New Learning Packs for the last 2 weeks of term.

These packs will be available to collect from school from Monday 13th July or if you prefer you can find the links below in order to download them yourself.

Re__New_work_pack

If you would like your exercise books from your time in Y6, please come to school before 17th July to collect them. They will be outside with the work packs – weather permitting.

Please try and complete the maths and English lessons every day and do something different in the afternoons. The links to our Ancient Greece topic is below and there is a link to a science booklet. We would still love to see your creative projects.

 

There are still many other sites that you can also continue to access.

Congratulations to the children who are continuing to access the Active Learn activities and Spelling Shed games.

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 three 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.

Normally, in school, we would be continuing our topic on Ancient Greece. There are  lists of activities to complete, if you would like to.

Ancient Greece Homelearning Activities

Greeks

Have a go at these projects too.

Science Home Learning Pack: Primary Download – Spring into Spring

Online Lessons

There are 2 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.

https://www.thenational.academy/online-classroom/schedule/#

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/dailylessons

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. We can send you the worksheets if you email us.

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/

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.

https://www.barefootcomputing.org/homelearning

 

Your parents can also use the following link to access the free year 6 home learning packs from Twinkl.

https://www.twinkl.co.uk/offer

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:

year6@corrie.tameside.sch.uk

Also, you may access :

https://www.discoveryeducation.co.uk/

Click on “login” and select “Espresso.” Enter your username: student22435. Enter your password: corrie

 

You can still continue to access all the amazing resources based on amazing pictures on the Pobble website.

https://www.pobble365.com/

 

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:

USERNAME: 5-a-dayAtHome

PASSWORD: AtHome123

 

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.

https://home.oxfordowl.co.uk/

Here is a link to a site where your child can listen to stories too.

https://www.storylineonline.net/

If you would like to continue your French work, please find below a link to a workbook that you can download.

https://mrfrench.uk/category/mr-french/sample-mr-french

**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:

www.mymaths.co.uk/

Login: mgs

Password: prime

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.

Stay Safe.

 

Kind Regards

Mrs Lynch, Miss Turner and Mrs Mitchell

 

Year 6 Home Learning – 4th May Update

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.

Ancient Greece Homelearning Activities

Greeks

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 :

Year-6-Home-Learning-Pack

Year-6-Home-Learning-Pack-Guidance-and-Answers

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.

https://www.thenational.academy/online-classroom/schedule/#

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/dailylessons

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.

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/

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.

https://www.barefootcomputing.org/homelearning

 

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.

http://www.pobble365.com/

 

Your parents can also use the following link to access the free year 6 home learning packs from Twinkl.

https://www.twinkl.co.uk/offer

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:

year6@corrie.tameside.sch.uk

 

Also, you may access :

https://www.discoveryeducation.co.uk/

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:

 

USERNAME: 5-a-dayAtHome

PASSWORD: AtHome123

 

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.

https://home.oxfordowl.co.uk/

Here is a link to a site where your child can listen to stories too.

https://www.storylineonline.net/

 

Also, David Walliams is reading one of his stories every day at 11am – they are very entertaining.

https://www.worldofdavidwalliams.com/elevenses

If you would like to continue your French work, please find below a link to a workbook that you can download.

https://mrfrench.uk/category/mr-french/sample-mr-french

**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:

www.mymaths.co.uk

Login: mgs

Password: prime

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.

Stay Safe.

 

Kind Regards

Mrs Lynch, Miss Turner and Mrs Mitchell

 

 

Y6 Home Learning – update 2.4.20

Y6 Home learning updated 2nd April 2020

Thank you for sending us pictures and messages about your wonderful work and activities.

Please find below links to online learning while school is closed.

Each fortnight we will update your work on Active Learn and Spelling Shed. We have set you some new activities for the next few weeks until after Easter. We have also set you a really fun book 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.

You may complete any outstanding topic work from the WW2 topic homework list.

In your plastic folder you also have all your CGP SATs books for maths, SPAG and reading. You also have your brown SATs papers folders which can be completed.

(If you were not in school on Thursday 19th March or Friday 20th March your packs are waiting for you at school.) Please can we ask that when you come to school for your packs that you return your child’s reading book also?

If you have ordered a new pack to be printed for after Easter these will be available from Monday 20th April.

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.

http://www.pobble365.com/

 

Your parents can also use the following link to access the free year 6 home learning packs from Twinkl.

https://www.twinkl.co.uk/offer

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:

year6@corrie.tameside.sch.uk

 

Also, you may access :

https://www.discoveryeducation.co.uk/

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:

 

USERNAME: 5-a-dayAtHome

PASSWORD: AtHome123

 

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.

https://home.oxfordowl.co.uk/

Here is a link to a site where your child can listen to stories too.

https://www.storylineonline.net/

 

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.

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/

Also, David Walliams is reading one of his stories every day at 11am – they are very entertaining.

https://www.worldofdavidwalliams.com/elevenses

If you would like to continue your French work, please find below a link to a workbook that you can download.

https://mrfrench.uk/category/mr-french/sample-mr-french

**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:

www.mymaths.co.uk

Login: mgs

Password: prime

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.

Let us know how you get on.

Stay Safe.

 

Kind Regards

Mrs Lynch, Miss Turner and Mrs Mitchell

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Year 6 School Closure work

Y6 Home learning from Monday 23rd March 2020

Please find below links to online learning while school is closed.

Each fortnight we will update your work on Active Learn and Spelling Shed.

You may complete any outstanding topic work from the WW2 topic homework list.

In your plastic folder you also have all your CGP SATs books for maths, SPAG and reading. You also have your brown SATs papers folders which can be completed.

(If you were not in school last Thursday 19th March or Friday 20th March your packs are waiting for you at school.) Please can we ask that when you come to school for your packs that you return your child’s reading book also?

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.

http://www.pobble365.com/

 

Your parents can also use the following link to access the free year 6 home learning packs from Twinkl.

https://www.twinkl.co.uk/offer

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:

year6@corrie.tameside.sch.uk

 

Also, you may access :

https://www.discoveryeducation.co.uk/

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:

 

USERNAME: 5-a-dayAtHome

PASSWORD: AtHome123

 

Below is a link to an online library. 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.

 

https://worldbook.kitaboo.com/reader/worldbook/index.html?usertoken=Mjk5MzQ6MTpJUjA5MjAxNjoyOmNsaWVudDE2OTc6MTY5NzoyMjE2Mjg4OjE6MTU4NDM4MDExMzA2Mjp1cw==

 

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.

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/

 

Kind Regards

Mrs Lynch, Miss Turner and Mrs Mitchell