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Year 6 - Oak Class

Welcome to Year 6 - Oak Class!

 

Who are the staff in Class 6?

 

Mr Neal – teacher

Mrs Gill – teaching assistant

 

**Oak Class Home Learning**

 

Click on the links below to find each week's home learning tasks.

 

Each week, start with the first document in the folder - it is a weekly overview, which explains each of the activities and then all the resources you will need for the week are in order underneath. 

 

I realise and appreciate that this is all very different, so please contact me via the blog or by email oak@st-nicholas-birchington.kent.sch.uk  if you're stuck or if you are unsure what to do.

 

Try to do as much as you can. Show off any work you've completed on the blog or by email. I'll do my best to respond to it as soon as I can.

 

Mrs Kemp has recorded some Collective Worships, they have been uploaded to the video links section of the website, which can be found here: 

https://st-nicholas-at-wade-church-of-england-primary-school.primarysite.media/

 

In addition to the amazing work you have been set and are completing, please ensure you are reading for a minimum of 30 minutes a day, completing quizzes online, now available at https://ukhosted55.renlearn.co.uk/2240591 and continuing to practise your times tables using Times Tables Rockstars (https://ttrockstars.com/). We will be following the Spelling Shed scheme for spellings this year, these can be accessed and practised at home at https://www.spellingshed.com/en-gb.

 

Parents, due to the current climate, if you have any concerns, please email me: oak@st-nicholas-birchington.kent.sch.uk

What does the day look like?

 

Please click on the link to view our timetable

What we learnt in Term 2?

Topic - Frozen Kingdom

Welcome to the planet's coldest lands...vast wilds and hostile territories - incredibly beautiful, yet often deadly. Take shelter from the elements or fall prey to the icy winds and the deepest chill. Trek bravely and valiantly across treacherous terrain to the ends of the Earth, treading deep in snow or be pulled by a team of mighty sled dogs.

 

The children really enjoyed this topic: learning about how Arctic and Antarctic animals are adapted to suit their environment; how food chains and webs work; who was at fault for the Titanic and they even orchestrated a search and rescue mission for a tourist cruise that got lost on its way to the Antarctic.

 

English - Shackleton's Journey

In English we based our writing on the beautifully illustrated book 'Shackleton's Journey' - a story about the trials and tribulations of Antarctic exploration. The children each took on a role and wrote in character for most of their writing. As them what they know about Ernest Shackleton and his brave crew.

 

 

What we learnt in Term One

 

Topic - A Child's War

A siren sounds, a building crumbles, a Spitfire zooms overhead. Take cover! It's 1939 and Britain is at war. Deep down in the Anderson Shelter, we will learn why nations are fighting and while child evacuees must make the long journey from their homes and families into unknown territories. 

 

The children can now share with you how the war started, who was involved and decisions that were made that were important to the survival of all involved, including rationing, evacuation and propaganda.

 

We also looked at light in science this term and your children can describe how light moves and have investigated the relationship between shadows and how near or far a light source is.

 

English - Rose Blanche

In English we read Rose Blanche, a book about a young girl, who we believe to be German, who witnesses a strange event in the small town she lives in. Curious, Rose decides to look further into this event, which puts her in terrible danger. Ask your children what happened and what they thought of the book.

 

Maths - WhiteRose

This term in maths , we worked on Place Value, Addition and Subtraction.

 

 

Homework

Pupils are expected to complete their set MyMaths and Spelling Shed homework once a week and read for at least 30 mins every evening. Once children have finished their reading books, they can log into Accelerated Reader to complete quizzes on their book.

 

Pupils homework projects will be displayed as part of the express section at the end of the unit of work. Pupils can choose whether to present their homework as written work, ICT or something creative.  If pupils decide to choose something creative such as a painting then they should choose either written work or I.C.T. for their next homework project so that they are using different skills throughout the year.

 

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