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Spring Term Wk6 8.2.21

NEW YEAR 6 EMAIL ADDRESSES FOR ALL CHILDREN! 

 

To make it easier for you to submit your work to us, every child in Year 5 and Year 6 has been given a brand new email address! This means that children can submit their own work without having to use a grown-up's email address.

 

You can use this email address to send an email to:

  • yr6@henleygreen.coventry.sch.uk (if you are in Year 6)

You will not be able to email anybody else (the accounts are set up so that contacting any other email addresses is not possible. This is to keep the children safe online).

 

Your personal email address and password will be given to you by the school ( we will email/ text/ phone). You must NOT share this password with anybody, including your friends or your brothers and sisters.

 

Username:

Password:

 

Watch the Loom video to find out how to access your email address, or follow the steps in the document which is attached.

https://www.loom.com/share/9084fff379464ade9f7611fd2856419b

 

If you are having trouble setting up your email address, please email your year group email address for support, or ask your teacher on the phone when they call you this week.

DOJOS 

HOLLY - WEEK 6

SPRUCE - WEEK 6 

We wanted to make it really clear for you what work you need to send in for us to look at and mark. Some of the smaller tasks you can make notes or jottings of or the answers are given to you on the videos so you do not need to send these in. On the timetable above we have added a camera icon  to support you in knowing what work you need to send in. Below is a timetable for the week of the work we would definitely like to see. Please send this into the Year 6 email address at yr6@henleygreen.coventry.sch.uk

Day of the week

Work to be sent in

Monday

Maths –answers and exit quiz score.

English – written outcome to be sent in.

Topic – send in a photograph of your postcard about a physical feature in Africa.

Tuesday

Maths - answers and exit quiz score.

Wednesday

Maths - answers and exit quiz score.

Thursday

Maths - photograph of calculation  answers and extra dojo for completing the challenge.

Friday

Teacher Training Day

If you would like to also send in a picture of your Outdoor Learning. You do not need to send it on Thursday - just when you have finished it. 

MONDAY

MATHS

Answers for you to mark your own Key Skills paper from Friday. Let Mrs Billingham know how you did. Which questions did you find tricky?

MATHS

WALT: read scales when measuring volume

Click on the WALT and watch the lesson. Don’t worry that Mr Barton calls you Year 5 – it’s because you missed this learning last summer when you should have been in school in year 5. 

Complete the task of reading the scales, email the answers in with your Exit Quiz score.

You can print off the activity here if you have a printer but don't worry if you haven't you can still write down your answers in your book.

RED GROUP watch the lesson and complete this activity below.

READING

Holes – Lois Sacher

This week we are exploring a brilliant story called ‘Holes’ written by Louis Sachar. Work through the lessons each day and complete the short tasks in the videos. As there are only 4 days of learning next week, some lessons and the task will carry over to after half term. Make sure to keep notes from the learning this week to help you after half term.  

ENGLISH

Before you start your English lesson today, here is some feedback on the non-chronological report you wrote on tigers. Click on the blue writing below to see the video:

Feedback for non-chronological report on tigers

Watch the video lesson overview above explaining your English learning, then follow the links below for the lesson slides and your task.

TOPIC

This week we are focusing on some of the physical and human features of Africa. Before watching the lesson, you will first need to make sure you know what a “physical” and a “human” feature means in geography. Click through these PowerPoints to understand the difference:

Now you can click on the WALT below which will lead you to today’s lesson. DO NOT COMPLETE THE TASK GIVEN IN THE VIDEO BUT COMPLETE ONE OF THESE TASKS BELOW INSTEAD. CLICK ON THE DOCUMENT BELOW TO SEE WHAT YOU WILL NEED TO DO AND EMAIL TO US AT YR6. CLICK ON THE WALT TO SEE THE LESSON:

WALT: identify some physical and human features of Africa.

TUESDAY

MATHS

WALT: investigate and explain cubed numbers

Click on the WALT and watch the lesson. Copy and complete the table below independently. Check with a calculator or get your answers from the lesson. Send a copy of your work in and your Exit Quiz score.

RED GROUP watch the lesson and do the same task, award yourself a Dojo if you can calculate beyond 6³.

ENGLISH

WALT- make a prediction based on observations

Today we are starting a new unit based on a new book. Complete any tasks as it will help with future learning but there is no need to submit them today.

READING
PAL FACTS

RED GROUP Complete PAL Facts 4:2

E-SAFETY - INTERNET SAFETY DAY

 

There is a virtual assembly for this special day. Click on the words below to be a part of it:

 

Safer Internet Day Assembly

 

Watch the lesson below and complete the activity in your book.

The activity does not need to be emailed in today but keep your hand picture in your book so that it can be looked at when we return to school.

Now click on the WALT for the lesson:

WALT: understand what to do if I see/hear something online which I am worried about.

WEDNESDAY

MATHS

WALT: estimate the volume of an object

WALT: to describe volume in cubic units

Click on the WALT and watch both of the lessons. Complete the activity in both of the lessons and email a copy of your work in and your Exit Quiz scores.

RED GROUP watch the lesson and complete the challenge below. Count the cubes to find the volume and then check your counting by using the formula L x W x H. Send in your work so we can see how you got on.

WELL BEING BREAK

You can take your 'Well Being Break' at any time in the day, when it feels a good time for your family.  If you have siblings in other year groups, don't worry you don't have to do lots of different well-being activities. 

As a family, please choose one 'Well-being Wednesday activity' from the class home learning pages for all of the children in your household to participate in.

You are not your Thoughts 

Watch the video below and then on scraps of paper write down any negative thoughts you have about yourself or generally. Then to help get rid of those thoughts, screw them up and throw them away. You don't need to hang onto those negative thoughts. 

Then on another piece of paper draw a rainbow and on each colour of the rainbow write something positive about yourself. For example, 'I am a kind friend'.

Put these up in your bedroom or somewhere you can look at these often to remind yourself of your good qualities. 

You are not your thoughts

This video explains some of the things you can try when you feel overwhelmed by your thoughts.

READING
ENGLISH

WALT - consolidate and deepen knowledge of relative pronouns

Make sure you work through all tasks and keep any notes, you will need them next week.

THURSDAY

MATHS

Click on the WALT and watch the lesson, complete the task below in your book. You need to show your calculations and the answers. Email them in so we know you understand how to calculate volume.

Try and complete the challenge for extra Dojos.

RED GROUP watch the lesson and complete this task. Use your deduction skills to calculate the volume of each shape.

READING

Thursday - W.A.L.T - Analyse the characters (part 2)

Since tomorrow is a Teacher Training Day, you will continue to learn about Holes after half term. You will also have some questions to answer as well, so make sure you have taken notes this week. 

 

ENGLISH

WALT - generate effective expanded noun phrases

Make sure you work through the tasks and keep your notes as you will need them next week.

PAL CHALLENGE

RED GROUP Complete PAL Challenge 4:2

PDF copies of your PAL Challenge here:

OUTDOOR LEARNING

There is a choice of activities this week. As the temperatures are meant to drop, you can have a go at making your own ice art. These look great when hanging up outside - this can be outside a window, on a balcony or in the garden (make sure it is outside). 

Another activity is linked to the Mental Health theme from last week - Express Yourself! Make a giant letter of the first letter in your name and decorate it with things that represent you. 

 

Giant Nature Letters AND Ice Art

Nature Art- Garden Ice Decorations

Winter is one of the most beautiful times of year. We love to throw on our hats, coats and gloves and head out to have fun with the snow and ice. If you know it is going to be a cold night, why not have a go at making one of these.

SPELLINGS

FRIDAY - NO SCHOOL

Next week is half-term. Your new home learning lessons will begin again on Monday 22nd February. Don't forget to read every day, practise on TTRS and learn your spellings.

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