Welcome to Class 6!
Dear Class 6,
It was lovely to see lots of you at our Zoom meeting on Friday! For those of you that didn't manage to join us, it would be great to see you next Friday, at 10am. I hope that you have all had a good week and that you are managing to get a bit of fresh air and exercise as well as continuing with your learning. Tyler and I exercised with Joe Wicks last Monday and I could hardly move on the Tuesday; I think I should have worked harder in our weekly circuit training sessions!
Thank you to those of you who have emailed your letters from Olive, I really enjoyed reading them and the work was of a very high standard. Please use my comments to further edit and improve your letters and make them even better! For those of you that haven't emailed your letters, I would love to see them!
I have set some more work for next week and, as always, if you need any help, please don't hesitate to drop me an email. Emails don't have to be work related, if you just feel like a chat, then that would be lovely too. One of the tasks for this week, is to make a model spitfire, it would be great to see photos of these!
Have a good week. Take care. Be good. Keep learning!
Mrs Sims X
I have also added a few Mathletics activities to recap your angles work from last week. Have fun! :-)
Dear Class 6,
I know that things seem a little crazy at the moment but try not to worry. You can email me anytime and I will try my best to reply as soon as I can. Keep learning your spellings and practising those times tables. I have put work below for you to do this week but don't stress, do as much as you can but don't panic if you don't get it all completed. If you have any problems, just drop me an email and I will do my best to help. Try to do some exercise every day; Joe Wicks is doing a live PE session at 9am each morning - I shall think of you all as I leap around my lounge with Tyler! Don't worry about the SATs, I know some of you will be disappointed (and some of you will be thrilled!) but it is better that we all stay safe. I know how hard you have all been working, how fabulous you are and how much progress you have made so far this year, I don't need you to do your SATs to tell me that! Keep washing your hand, be good, stay safe and drop me an email if you want help or a chat.
Love from Mrs Sims X
A letter from Olive to her Mother (Letters From The Lighthouse)
Please find some home-learning suggestions below:
https://myminimaths.co.uk/ Great for maths, especially good for arithmetic! Try to do your 5 in 5 each day!
https://classroomsecrets.co.uk/home-online-learning/ Free to join with some great maths and SPAG activities
https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/239784/English_Appendix_1_-_Spelling.pdf Keep learning those spellings! You'll have to scroll down on the linked page to get to the statutory year 5 & 6 spellings
https://uk.ixl.com/ Great for Maths and SPAG
Times Tables! - Draw yourself a times tables grid, keep practising!
Don't forget Mathletics (do the subjects you need to work on, not those that you find easy! Test your arithmetic speed with Live Mathletics) and your revision guides.
We haven't yet had the chance to finish our Properties of Shape or Statistics learning - check these topics out in your revision books and on Mathletics.
https://www.twinkl.co.uk/ A wealth of resources, including SATs Survival activities (Enter the code UKTWINKLHELPS)
Keep learning! Love from Mrs Sims X