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Year 6

Week beginning Monday 13th July

We have reached the final week of the term and it is such a shame that we have not been able to participate in the usual end of year / end of primary school activities.

I am really looking forward to seeing you all on Friday (some in the morning and a group in the afternoon.)  Be safe.  Be kind.  Have a great summer.  Best wishes to you all.

Week beginning Monday 13th July Learning Project: New Beginnings

Week beginning Monday 13th July English reading and writing activities

Week beginning 13th July Spelling word search

Week beginning 13th July Spelling crossword

13th July Year 6 Leavers Poem

July 13th Transition shield template

July 13th Transition Superhero template

July 13th Old and New Schools worksheet

Week beginning Monday 6th July

15 pupils have been back at school for 3 weeks now and working hard.  From PE with Joe Wicks in the morning to maths, reading, writing, SPaG and history.  Not forgetting forest school two afternoons a week - we had pancakes around the fire pit and made a variety of objects including baskets and necklaces.  Keep working hard and stay safe.

Week beginning Monday 6th July Weekly learning project

Week beginning 6th July Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar MAT

Week beginning 6th July Writing task 'The Stargazer'

6th July Poem: Not a Planet Anymore

6th July Space pictures

6th July Solar System Fact Cards and Fact Hunt

6th July Mindfulness Space Themed colouring sheets

6th July Classroom Secrets Home Learning Pack

Week beginning Monday 29th June

A second week back at school and wasn't it a scorcher!  In addition to, maths, English, geography and PSHE we enjoyed two afternoons outdoors taking part in a variety of 'forest school' activities.  Keep posting your pictures and comments on the class pages.  Take care.

Week beginning 29th June Learning project

Week beginning 29th June SPaG mat

Week beginning 29th June Handwriting practise

Week beginning Monday 22nd June

It was a great delight to see so many of my year 6 pupils back last week.  We had an enjoyable week and I was very pleased to discover that much of the skills and knowledge came flooding back.  We have more maths, English, geography skills, PSHE and forest school - outdoor learning, to look forward to this week.  If you are continuing learning from home then there is more work to keep you going.  Stay safe.  

22nd June Reading comprehension - football theme

22nd June Spelling punctuation and grammar activity

22nd June Extra Reading booklet - Going The Distance

Week beginning Monday 15th June 

This is an exciting week as we welcome back many year 6 pupils.  If you are continuing to work at home don't forget to keep in touch by using the class blog.  Take care.  Be kind.  Don't forget to help out at home.

Mrs Tait

15th June weekly learning project

Refugee an original story

Poem They Took Your Home From You Now They Call You Refugee

15th June Spelling, punctuation and grammar task

Week beginning Monday 8th June

Hello year 6 I hope you are all fit and well.  It is lovely reading the posts on the blog. Here is some more work for you to give it a go.  Remember don't stress and move on if you are stuck.  I hope to see you all soon.  Be safe.  Be kind.

Mrs Tait

Learning project week beginning 8th June 2020

What is Pink a poem by Christina Rossetti

Gallery of artwork. A collection of artists who have explored colour in their work.

Ideas for reading week beginning 8th June

Spelling, punctuation and Grammar revision 8th June

Lego challenge 8th June

Exercise ideas

Week beginning Monday 1st June
Hello year 6.  I hope you are all looking after yourselves and are fit and well.  What a lovely few days we have had.  Have you enjoyed some time outdoors?  I have added more work for you - once again just try your best and if you can't do something move on to something else.  Be kind to everyone at home and try to help out when you can.  Miss you all.   Mrs Tait.

Learning project week beginning 1st June 2020

Map of the United Kingdom

Science - Classification week beginning 1st June

Hello year 6.  It was such a treat laugh to speak to most of you on Friday (sorry I could not reach 3 pupils.)  I was pleased to hear that you are doing well and enjoying the time at home.  Don't forget that you can keep in touch via the class blog page.  Once again there is some work for you to tackle.  Please don't stress or worry just do what you can.  If there is something you would like to research then go for it.  Stay safe everyone.

Learning project week beginning Monday 18th May

Kindness Chart

Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar

Happiness is. . .

Hello again year 6.  I hope you are well.  This would have been SATs week - can you believe it!  Once again I have put some work on the website for you.  Have a go and don't forget to let me know via the class blog how you are doing.

Stay safe.

Week beginning Monday 11th May

Weekly Learning project 11th May 2020

Maths flashback 4 questions - one page per day

What's On My Plate?

Tackling Food Waste

Food Art by Carl Warner images

Hello again year 6.  I hope you are doing well.  Here are more activities for you to do this week.  Just try your best and don't worry.  I am looking into the best way to record the answers to the maths basic skills work and will try to sort this out over the next few days.  I would love to hear from you on the school blog.  Go to the year 6 class page.  Take care and I hope to see you all very soon.

Mrs Tait

Week beginning 4th May 2020: The Earth and the Environment

Weekly learning projects for this week (4th May)

Earth mobile (4th May)

Wonderful World lyrics

Protect Our Species Word search

Mindfulness colouring sheets

Hello year 6,  I hope you and your families are all well.  Please let me see some of the work you are doing by using our class page on the Blog.  Here are some activities for you to try this week.  Once again - don't get anxious just try your best.  If you have been doing other activities with your parents then I would love to hear about those too.  Take care every one.

Wk beg: 27th April 2020 - Newcastle and the River Tyne

Big River lyrics

Newburn Know-it-all quiz answers

Rivers world map

Wk beg: 20th April 2020-Newburn

Hello year 6. 

I hope you and your families are all safe and well.    I hope you received more chocolate eggs than I did.  I had to make my single egg last a week!

 

I have included more tasks for you to do this week.  Remember don't worry or become anxious about any of them - just try your best.  Remember to draw, colour, dance, sing and keep fit.  My thoughts are with you all.  I hope to see you all soon.  Take care everyone.  (Remember it is a stressful time for everyone so try to help out at home.)

  Mrs Tait 

Week 2 writing tasks - two pieces of writing to complete. The first is a narrative and the second piece is a non-chronological report.

Wk beg: 30th March 2020 All About Me 

Hello year 6.

I hope you are all feeling well and keeping safe.  This is a very strange time for everyone. 

 

Please try to do some work every day and don't forget to help the adults at home.

 

If you still have work in your book then keep going with that. Remember to do a little reading, writing, arithmetic, maths and spelling, punctuation and grammar each day. 

 

I have added more tasks onto the link below. 

 

Please don't get anxious about any task - try to do it - or ask an adult for help.  If you are really 'stuck' move on to something else.

 

Remember to log on to Times tables Rock Stars, Mathletics and Lexia every day.  These are key skills and will help to keep your brains 'ticking over'.

 

Don't forget to do some singing, dancing and art too.  If you can, take part in the Joe Wicks daily workout at 9am every morning that should get you going. 

Take care everyone.  Remember to check the website every week. 

Thinking of you all. 

Mrs Tait

 

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