Year 6 – Monday 27th April learning

Welcome back, Year 6, after another beautiful weekend; I hope you all made the most of your time outside. Here’s a photo of a llama from my walk yesterday!

For last Friday’s learning, Mikey and Angelina both rose to the challenge of planning and making a tall tower – great work!

Evie started making the tower but then changed her mind and decided she wanted to make a robot instead!

Last week’s online learning winners are as follows:

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

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

Duolingo: 1st Alex, 2nd Liam, 3rd Joshua

Well done; it was tight this week.

Subject Activity
Prayer Visit and click on ‘Start your retreat’ for a short daily reflection.
PE Stay fit and healthy by checking in with The Body Coach each morning at 9.00 at
Handwriting Follow the powerpoint here to learn about this week’s spellings, then copy them into your handwriting book.
Reading 15 minutes of
English Click here to open today’s English activities.
Times Tables
Maths WALT understand that a ratio shows the relationship between two values.


Fluency starter:

1.      87,146 + 1,478 =

2.      _______ = 91.8 – 4.76

3.      65 x 22 =

4.      7,830 ÷ 54 =

5.      ______ = 90.8 x 100

6.      A square has a side that is 6 cm. What is its perimeter?


Watch this video:

Now answer these questions and then check your answers here.

RE WALT understand that Jesus is always with us.


Let me lead you in a guided meditation based on yesterday’s Gospel reading: The Road to Emmaus.


When you have finished listening and reflecting, write a diary entry from the perspective of one of the disciples who was walking along the road. Think about:

How did you feel before you were joined by the stranger?

How did you feel as the stranger was talking to you?

How did you feel when you realised that the stranger was Jesus?

How will this knowledge change the way you live from now on?

Science WALT identify how animals and plants are adapted to suit their environment.

 Follow the powerpoint here to find out what this week’s science challenge entails.