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Afternoon Message-Thursday 14th May 2020


Good Afternoon, Y6. Hope you've had a wonderful day. There is still time to post pictures of your learning, if you have not done so yet.


Don't forget, that you can continue with your Home Learning activities: Bug Club; Mymaths;TT Rockstars and finish of any lessons that you haven't completed yet, including Music.


I'm interested to know if you've started any projects or undertaken any hobbies. You can post pictures of these or write a message to your teachers telling them about what you've been doing. Remember to post these in the 'All about Me' folder on seesaw.


I hope you have a good evening.

Mrs Iqbal

Morning Message-Thursday 14th May 2020


Good Morning, Y6. We hope that you and your families are safe and well and that you have enjoyed Silly SATs week! Today, we are returning to our timetabled activities. 


PE and Reading will continue as per your recent timetabled activities. Your teachers are looking forward to receiving videos of your PE lesson and of you reading your books!


For Literacy, you are going to be continuing your narrative. You will have already selected your image on Tuesday ( feel free to go back to Tuesday's page inorder to refresh your memory). I have seen fantastic examples of planning, uploaded to me via seesaw.  You may be at different stages of writing, that's ok. Just continue from where you are. Don't forget to upload your work via seesaw.


Top Tip: When uploading any written work make sure you zoom in, perhaps you can upload images of your written work paragraph by paragraph otherwise your teachers cannot read it. I have received videos of a whole day's learning and it's great to see how much effort you are putting into your learning. It would be even better if you sent one image of your best piece of work from each subject, with the exception of writing. For writing, your teachers would like to read a completed piece of work so upload that paragraph by paragraph.


For Maths, you are using BBC Bitesize . Today's lesson is:  Fractions of amounts applied in context- how to solve problems involving finding the fraction of an amount

Don't forget to use your CGP study guides to support you. To consolidate your learning you can also complete the appropriate section in your workbook.  Additionally, the following websites are available  for further support: Maths is Fun; Mathantics and  Khan Academy.


In  Spag, you are consolidating your knowledge of Synonyms and Antonyms. Again, you can use your CGP study guides to assist you. Further information is also available on the BBC Bitesize website:


In RE, you will be using your knowledge about religious leaders  to compare and contrast them. Think about their appearance and the role that they have in the community. When in a believer's life would they meet a religious leader?


Your teachers are looking forwards to receiving your best piece of learning (one piece per subject  from today's timetabled lessons, where possible marked and ready for your teacher to look at) via the see saw app.


Don't forget to take regular breaks! If you are fasting, your routine maybe slightly different but remember that you can upload your work at anytime and your teachers will respond to it as as soon as they can.


I hope you have a good day. 

We will catch up later.

Mrs Iqbal

Daily Timetable/Activities



Read for at least 20 minutes. This could be your school reading book, a home book, Bug Club or another text you enjoy. Identify any new and unknown vocabulary and find the definitions.



Complete the daily Joe Wicks (The Body Coach) PE lesson.

Visit his YouTube channel here: 



Visit the BBC Bitesize daily lesson website here (we are no longer using White Rose Maths):

Please complete today's lesson (check it is the correct date!). You can watch the videos first to help you, then complete the activities and mark them - the answers are linked directly underneath the activities. If you are finding it difficult, re-watch the videos or look for other online tutorials (Khan Academy and Mathantics are good places to start).



Today, I need you to think carefully about what stage you are at in your writing process. Some of you will need a bit more time to continue writing as narratives can take a bit longer and be more detailed than other writing tasks. If you need more time today, that is fine - you can begin editing tomorrow. If you feel that you are already (or almost) finished, you can begin editing, using all  the skills we have been talking about over previous week. Make sure you look back at Tuesday's page to check out all of the resources which can help you write or edit and improve your writing.


Practise your weekly spellings. Copy them into your home learning book and write their definitions.


Complete the SPaG activity below. There is a Powerpoint which you can work through to show you how to answer the questions. You can then work on the varied fluency questions. Select either 'Developing', 'Expected' or 'Greater Depth' depending on how confident you are with the topic. You can then mark your work and move onto the application and reasoning sheet.


Read through the PowerPoint and activity sheet below. Complete the activity in your home learning book.