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'Knowing Every Child'

Year 6

Welcome to Year 6!

Year 6 English Homework

 

History Home Learning.

Due Wednesday 14th November, 2018.

You are going to represent one of the countries at a European Union meeting next week.

At the meeting you should be able to say hello in the language of your country.

Find out how your adopted country was involved in WWII, which side they were on and if they are still in the EU.

Draw the flag of your chosen country on an A4 sheet of paper and bring it to the meeting.

 

Spellings 

Pattern: ‘said’ words

 

 

One

Two

1

pronounced

spoke

2

continued

yelled

3

growled

cried

4

exclaimed

asked

5

interrupted

sobbed

6

whimpered

shouted

7

grumbled

replied

8

bellowed

answered

9

reassured

warned

10

squealed

roared

11

shrieked

begged

12

mumbled

whispered

13

whispered

pleaded

14

complained

moaned

15

questioned

groaned

Year 6 Homework

Math Homework Over Half Term

 

We would like the children to use some websites to help them think about the skills we have covered so far. The children have all been provided with a login and password and a school code. Once they have logged in, they will then be able to access some math games to help them with key skills. 

 

https://www.activelearnprimary.co.uk/login?c=0

 

Other than this link, you can also just google 'active learn' or 'abacus' and should be able to find the same website login page.

 

P.S. the school code is 'behe'

 

Y6 English Homework

Due Wednesday 21st November 2018

 

After half term Year 6 will be studying Biographies in English. Over the following few weeks, the children will write the biography of a person known personally to them. Each child must choose someone from family or friends to write about. Half term homework is to begin to gather information about the chosen person and to organise (not write) the information into the following sections.

 

FAMILY/ EARLY LIFE

  • Where born, when, family, mother & father

 

SCHOOL/ EDUCATION

 

ADULTHOOD/ CAREER

 

KEY MOMENTS/ ACHIEVEMENTS

 

These facts should be in note form only as the actual writing will be done in school.

 

In addition, children need to gather extra anecdotal information about the chosen person. The children need to try to show the personality of their chosen character and what makes them tick! The aim is to give a flavour of the person and their life- we are looking for more than simple facts.

 

Photographs, pictures or documents will enhance the biography. These can be photocopied in school and returned home safely.

 

Parents and grandparents have been very successful subjects for biographies in the past. The person chosen needs to be someone children can contact while this project is ongoing as additional information is sometimes required at short notice!

 

Thank you for your support with this project.

 

PS

Please keep all notes safe in a plastic wallet.

Information for Year 6 Leader Roles

Year 6 Meeting for Parents

Here is a copy of the Powerpoint that we used in the meeting.

Year 6 suggested reading list.

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