Hello everyone, I hope that you are all well and that you have had a good week.
It has been great to hear about all of the different things that you have been getting up to this week. I have received messages about you doing your home learning tasks (of course) and lots of other exciting things like: making pasta, carpentry, visits to the woods (before the weekend), creating and displaying rainbows, yoga and all sorts of other exciting things. I am really pleased to see that you are making the most of the time that you are having at home.
Your home learning takes the same format as last week. The grid has all of the activities and includes links to online resources as well as downloadable documents that you will need. All of the documents can be accessed below too.
REMEMBER: You don’t have to print the documents – just use the questions or prompts to help organise your ideas.
Sadly, this is my last post as Mrs Duncan takes over the Year 6 reins from next week. I will be a round in school a little bit next week but I am aware that I won’t see many of you then.
I wanted to say a huge thank you to all of you for the lovely messages and gifts that I have received. I have really enjoyed getting to know you all. You are a fantastic group and it has been a real honour and privilege to be part of your journey. I look forward to seeing you all at a leavers’ celebration at some point in the summer.
Welcome to our first week of remote learning. I have tried to tie as many of the activities as I can into our World War 2 topic.
There is a wide range of activities here, some are online interactive activities, some have worksheets to guide your recording and there is an Excel sheet for maths.
None of the worksheets need to be printed as your responses can be hand written in a book or on a sheet of paper or you can type out responses. It s up to you.