Year 6 – Wednesday 22nd April learning

Welcome to another lovely day, Year 6.

Giovanna sent me her beautiful art learning from yesterday of a tropical island – thank you Giovanna:

Here is the learning for Wednesday:

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 Copy these sentences containing this week’s spellings 6-10 into your handwriting book:

6.                   Switzerland has 4 official languages: German, French, Italian and Romansh

7.                   With careful planning, they had a sufficient amount of food to survive for an entire month.

8.                   The athlete – who was expected to win the race – was determined to finish the race and limped to the finish line.

9.                   “I’m sure there’s an innocent explanation for this,” stated the head teacher with hope in his eyes.

10.                   Although she speaks French fluently, her pronunciation lets her down.

Reading 15 minutes of
English Click here to open today’s English activities.
Times Tables
Maths WALT divide non-unitary fractions by whole numbers.


Arithmetic starter:

1.       3,911 + 516,289 =

2.       6.918 – 4.526 =

3.       _______ = 44 x 26

4.       5,148 ÷ 36 =

5.       ______ = 1000 x 1.047

6.       List 3 multiples of 22.


Click here to open today’s maths lesson.

French I have set two new assignments on – Travel and Family

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History WALT describe how our own lives have been influenced by a significant event.


Watch this video which highlights the fact that we are currently living through a significant part of history

At the end of the video, it gives some ideas about how you could document this time in our lives:

·         Make a scrapbook (Click here for a how-to guide)

·         Write a diary;

·         Create a time capsule (Click here for a how-to guide);

·         Make a film.