Here is your learning for this week. It is essential that you keep up to date with this as we will be working from this in class. For example, if you are in the Thur/Fri class groups (Foxes and Turtles), you must complete the Mon, Tues, Wed tasks at home before you come into school. Also, please do not go any further ahead!
We will continue to use the Oak Academy maths lessons this week. We are covering the set of lessons on decimals and fraction. These are:
- To generate and describe linear number sequences.
- To use, read and write standard suits of length, mass and volume.
- To convert between standard units of length.
- To solve problems involving standard units of length.
- To calculate the area of parallelograms and triangles.
https://www.thenational.academy/online-classroom/year-6/maths#subjects As before, please submit a comment in the private comments box to say how you have got on. You only need to do this if you are not in school on that day. If something was tricky, please tell us what that was and how you managed to solve it. We are leaving feedback, including questions, so please do check back and answer these. Continue to play TTRS for five minutes a day.
We are using the Oak Academy lessons this week on instructions. The lessons are as follows:
- Instructions lesson 1: Reading Focus.
- Instructions lesson 2: Reading Focus
- Instructions lesson 3: Identifying Features
- Instructions lesson 4: Sentence Openers.
- Instructions lesson 5: Writing Instructions.
https://classroom.thenational.academy/subjects-by-year/year-6/subjects/english As with the maths, do them on the correct day and leave a comment in the private comments to let us know how you have got on.
This week, we are doing the second lesson on rocks, how is metamorphic rock formed. You can do this any day this week when you are at home. Remember, it is in the Y5 section because we have a two year rolling programme. https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/how-is-metamorphic-rock-formed
Listen to four children talk about how they struggled at secondary school at first, but eventually they were fine.