As part of DT this term, we are making a WWII scrapbook. We have created a flashing lighthouse to go into our scrapbook using a picture that we drew and a paper circuit.
Welcome to the Autumn Term in Year 6!
Art and DT
During PPA, the children will be learning French and Computing with Mrs Locke
Homelearning: This will be set at the following times:
Maths – Monday to be handed in on Friday.
English – Wednesday to be handed in on the following Tuesday.
Reading – 15 minutes reading daily. We ask that an adult signs the reading diary and it is handed in at least once per week.
Spellings: There will be weekly spelling tests.
The topic projects are due in on Wednesday 10th July - There is a link to the page below.
Games and PE:
Children will need their PE kit in school all week however, games is on Tuesday and PE on Friday. We will be focusing on kwik cricket and athletics in games and badminton and tennis on a Friday.
Kit: Trainers, white shirt, blue shorts, football socks.
In colder weather, a plain tracksuit should be worn outdoors for games.
Please ensure that all items of clothing are named. A small named bag containing your PE kit is all that is necessary, as cloakroom space is limited.
Please come in to see me if you want to discuss anything regarding your child's education, health or welfare.
VISIT TO HMS DRAKE AND THE NAVAL MUSEUM - 12TH DECEMBER 2018
Useful Websites to support your learning at home:
Here are some great maths resources - for young and old!
We explain what the long multiplication method is and review how multiplication skills are built up through each year of primary school.
The long division method is used when you are dividing a large number (usually three digits or more) by a two-digit (or more) number.
Use knowledge of the order of operations to carry out calculations involving the four operations and explore the order of operations using brackets.
A step towards a more formal written method of columnar addition using place value counters.
A good starting place for teaching column subtraction. Helps children to visualise the processes involved.