Letter from Year 6 Staff w/c 13th July
Date: 10th Jul 2020 @ 5:19pm
We hope you are all continuing to be well and staying safe.
We would like to invite you to our virtual leavers’ assembly next Thursday at 2pm. Details are to follow on Monday.
If you want to continue with regular reading and learning using BBC Bitesize lessons (https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/tags/zncsscw/year-6-and-p7-lessons/1) or previous lessons you didn’t get to yet on Oak Academy or White Rose, please remember that we can be contacted with any queries. If you are having trouble with online activities and require any Learning Packs then please get in touch with us, either by calling school and requesting a learning pack or emailing us via the school website. If you are unsure of our email address, this can be found through the school website under the heading ‘pupils’, and just scroll down to staff contact.
It would be great to see some examples of your child’s learning or to hear of things your child has learned or enjoyed learning about via email so that we can give them a ‘shout out’ on the school blog part of the school website.
Home Learning wb 13th July 2020
NB. We are focussing on Week 11 on the Oak Academy site (wb 6th July).
This week, we will be looking at writing a biography.
As before each of the five English lessons begins and ends with a quiz. These are not essential to the lesson but will help you to see how much progress you are making and show you which areas you need to practice.
An online teacher will guide you through your main activity in a videoed lesson. This can be paused whilst you do your work. The teacher will tell you exactly what to do.
Lesson 1 Reading Focus – During this lesson, we are going to be looking at structure questions.
Lesson 2 Reading Focus – In this session, we will continue to look at reading comprehension questions.
Lesson 3 During this lesson, we will be identifying the features of a biography.
Lesson 4 In this lesson, we are going to be looking at cohesive devices.
Lesson 5 During this session, we will be writing a biography.
The lessons include daily spelling practice and a test on Fridays. Remember that you can improve your accuracy using Spelling Shed!
Don’t forget to keep reading whilst you are at home. Read to yourself, to an adult, and share stories with brothers and sisters! Listen to stories on BBC teach or look at the links on the school website; they are all part of daily reading and we believe they should be aiming for 30 minutes or more in total every day.
This week’s maths lessons are focussing on graphs and data handling.
Lesson 1 In today's lesson, we will learn to solve problems involving the relative size of two quantities.
Lesson 2 In today's lesson, we will continue to learn to solve problems involving the relative size of two quantities.
Lesson 3 In today's lesson, we will explore ratio problems.
Lesson 4 In today's lesson, we will look at unequal sharing.
Lesson 5 In today's lesson, we will solve problems involving unequal sharing.
Keep on using TT Rockstars to ensure you increase the speed in which you can multiply and divide. This will help you when it comes to solving problems in all areas of Maths.
This week’s timetable includes:
Geography: In this lesson we will be exploring learn all about food production, food distribution and food waste. With a growing global population, we will explore how we can meet the demand this places on food.
Spanish: learning how to talk about physical appearances.
Science: In this lesson, we will look at how to identify whether a chemical reaction has taken place.
Music: In today's lesson, we will be learning to sing a major and minor scale.
PE: https://www.sportingage.co.uk/ - a great set of physical challenges that will provide you with a sporting ‘age’ assessment if you sign up with your details.
Or PE with Joe Wicks on You tube.
Please also check the School Games website: https://www.yourschoolgames.com/sgo/newsome-high/ where you will find all of Linda Stacey’s retweets.
Remember to keep active the best you can. There are also a number of PE challenges on the school website for you to have a go at in the pupils section.
Mr Millington and Mr Norris