Year 6 – Friday 22nd May learning

Today marks the end of another half term and the end of Spirituality Week. Thank you to our Liturgy Leaders and House Captains for taking the time to contribute to the activities by making recordings. It added a lovely personal touch to the blogs.

Thank you also to Sofia and Elysia for creating powerpoints for the Wednesday Word for the past couple of weeks.

This is what the leaderboards look like for the whole half term:

Readtheory: 1st Matthew A, 2nd Giovanna, 3rd Luca T

Prodigy: 1st Matthew A, 2nd Alex, 3rd Jude

Duolingo: 1st Alex, 2nd Luka K, 3rd Louise

A huge well done to those people!

Subject Activity
Prayer Begin your day by visiting today’s Spirituality Week blog here.
PE Today’s challenge requires flexibility and balance! How low can you go?


Spelling Ask a family member to dictate the following sentences to you, writing them into your handwriting book. Remember to think about correct punctuation, as well as spelling.

  1. The jet-black dog squealed when someone stepped on its tail.
  2. “I don’t want to,” Leo murmured grumpily.
  3. Sad that the story was over, Chloe sighed and closed her book.
  4. The whole class shrieked with delight when the treat was revealed.
  5. “Fee-fi-fo-fum!” bellowed the giant.
  6. Inches from the parked car, the van screeched to a halt.
  7. Emily muttered under her breath when she missed the penalty.
  8. “I think they’ve gone,” Mary breathed in relief.
  9. When he saw the sunflower seed, the parrot squawked with delight.
  10. The cave was so big; even when I whispered, the sound echoed.
Reading 15 minutes of
English Click here to open today’s English activities.
Times Tables
Maths WALT use maths in context.

Today’s maths lesson is also today’s D&T lesson. Have fun!

Find the ingredients lists and recipe cards here.

Try the puzzles here.

D&T See above
Prayer Reflection Light a candle, put on some quiet music and spend 15 minutes quietly reflecting on your week and on these words:

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