Year 6 – 04/10/19

This week has been action-packed, including yesterday’s WW2-themed trip to the British Schools Museum in Hitchin. Thank you for the fantastic efforts with all the children’s costumes and props; they looked superb! Have a look at what we got up to:

This morning we were lucky enough to be visited by Richard’s Reptile Roadshow, to link to our whole-school English writing focus on Joan Procter the scientist. There were feelings of fear, achievement, surprise and overall great excitement as Richard brought around snakes, lizards, a cockroach, a tortoise and even a chichilla to hold, and we learnt so many interesting facts about the animals’ adaptations for survival. Thank you to Miss Pringle for arranging this fantastic learning opportunity!

This week’s home learning (due Tuesday 8th October ) is as follows:

English Spag.com à Semi-colons & colons (A) and Linking ideas & cohesion (A)

 Research: Next week, you are going to be writing a biography about Joan Procter. In preparation for this, please carry out research to find additional information that isn’t covered in the book we have studied this week. Write your findings on an A4 sheet of paper that you can use in our lessons.

Spellings Adjectives ending in –ant into nouns ending in –ance/-ancy:

observant

observance

expectant

expectancy

hesitant

hesitancy

tolerant

tolerance

relevant

relevance

Maths

Times tables

Questions on place value, to be completed in the yellow Home Learning book:

·         CGP Year 6 book pp. 24, 48, 49

·         CGP Year 5 book pp. 21, 44

Continue to revise all times tables.

Reading Daily reading and recording in Reading Records.
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  1. Nina
    Nina says:

    What an amazing week! Thank you so much for organising and sharing – after hearing so much about it all, I could not wait to see the photos! Thank you.

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