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St Stephen's Church of EnglandPrimary School

Respect, Aspire, Achieve

In our school, whatever the challenge,

we aim high with God in our hearts

Year 6

Year 6 home learning schedule:

All home learning activities can be found on Showbie. 

Top tips: How to remain positive during lockdown!

Snowcial Distancing!

 

The teachers in Year 6 are :

6 Yew                                                                                                   6 Beech
Mr Seedat                                                                                       Miss Sheth

Teaching assistant: Mrs Patel                                                                     Teaching assistant: Mrs Seedat

Supporting teachers: Mrs Watson and Mrs Shivnan         

Year 6 start and end times: 8.30am -3.00pm (Robinson Street)

 Welcome back and Happy New Year!

We hope you have had a safe, restful and joyous break and are ready for another exciting term ahead.  

  

Core subject Focus Areas: 

Guided Reading:

The Jaguar Stones, Middleworld written by J&P Voelkel will form our guided reading text this term. Children will embed inference skills and will continue to be given opportunities to develop their fluency and oracy skills throughout the curriculum. In order to continue supporting the school’s priority of reading, please encourage your child to read on a daily basis at home. Question your children about the books they are reading in school and at home and help develop your child's love for reading using our top tips guide on Showbie.

English:

We will be focusing upon reading a variety of myths linked to the Maya topic including The Rain Player by David Wisnewski as well as exploring the famous Viking saga- How Odin Created the World.

Writing will follow the ‘Talk for Writing’ strategies and children will continue to develop their written skills in a range of ways.

Maths:

Our Maths lessons will cover decimals, percentages and converting between units of measure. Children will be provided with the opportunity to use concrete, pictorial and abstract methods to gain a strong understanding of  mathematical concepts. We will also study: algebra, ratio, perimeter, area and volume.
Arithmetic will also continue to be a focus throughout this term. 

Science: 

Big question: What is light? 
This term will focus on the Physics strand, light in particular. Children will be researching and investigating how light travels and how we see objects. They will also deepen their understanding of the formation of shadows.

 

Foundation subject Focus Areas:
British Value: Individual Liberty

PSHE : Relationships 

RE : Eucharist
History: Maya civilisation

Geography: Origin of The Maya 
Music :  Dancing in the Street
Art : Maya culture and mask making
Computing: Internet safety

PE:   Dance and Gymnastics

Passport for Life:   Blackburn Rovers sessions and Mad Science (Tuesday afternoon)

Homework

It is essential that homework tasks are completed on a daily basis, in the set time. Tasks will be set from the revision books, on the My Maths website and the Showbie learning platform. Daily reading should also take place at home. Please ensure that you discuss books that the children are reading and ask the children questions. Also please ensure that the reading record books are signed daily. 

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