Year 6 – Monday 8th June learning

For this week, your afternoon learning will focus on wellbeing as we have had lots of feedback to say that this is an area you would like more activities on.

Each day will focus on a different aspect of wellbeing:

Monday – Give (all about kindness, friendship, caring, generosity and giving)

Tuesday – Be Active (all about enthusiasm, energy and confidence)

Wednesday – Connect (all about communication, teamwork, co-operation and togetherness)

Thursday – Take Notice (all about listening, observing and reflecting)

Friday – Keep Learning (all about curiosity and gaining new skills)

Pope Paul Biking Challenge

We are also setting a Pope Paul Challenge this week, in line with the wellbeing theme.

We want you to get on your bike and take part in a Pope Paul challenge! This week, try and get out and cycle as much as possible to help us reach our goal of completing a virtual cycle from John O’Groats to Lands End. At the end of the week, send me the total number of miles you cycled and we will add them together. Our target is to complete the full 874 mile journey as a school.

Subject Activity
Prayer Visit and click on ‘Start your retreat’ for a short daily reflection.
PE Miss Pringle has put together a timetable of activities for you to do each day in June, with different levels of challenge. Open it here. You’ll see that there are also tasks and activities to do at the weekend, so do have a go at those too.
Handwriting Visit—aw–to-cont- to find this week’s words. Click ‘view words’ then copy into your handwriting book.
Reading 15 minutes of
English Click here to open today’s English activities.
Times Tables
Maths WALT find a rule in number sequences.

Here is the video for today’s maths lesson:

Open the questions here and the answers here.

RE Click here to find your RE learning. Learn about Pope Francis and choose one of the 3 activities.

Wellbeing Week

Monday – Give (all about kindness, friendship, caring, generosity and giving)

Make a friendship bracelet
Write a letter to a care home During this time, people in care homes must be feeling particularly lonely and isolated, as no one is allowed to visit them. Brighten their day by sending a handwritten letter with kind words in.
Bake cupcakes for your neighbours Do a spot of yummy baking, then leave on your neighbour’s doorstep with a note. Remember to wash your hands thoroughly before and after cooking.
Send a hug Draw around yourself, colour it in and write a message to someone you’re are not able to see at the moment.

Give someone in your family a massage Quickly learn how to give a neck and shoulder massage, then treat a family member to a few minutes relaxation!