KS1 - Lyndhurst Road, Landford, Salisbury, Wiltshire SP5 2AE - KS2 - School Road, Nomansland, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP5 2BY

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The New Forest Church of England Primary School

Brambles Year 6

This page will outline suggested daily learning opportunities for your children to access at home. We have created a proposed timetable to give structure to the children's day

Day Session 1 Session 2 Session 3 Session 4 Love of Reading
Monday Mathematics English  Science Physical Activity  Share a story 
Tuesday Mathematics English R.E/PSHE Physical Activity  Share a story
Wednesday Mathematics English Geog/History Physical Activity Share a story
Thursday Mathematics English Art/DT/Music Collective Worship/Reflection time Share a story
Friday Mathematics English Mrs Whittaker's Topic Time Physical Activity  Share a story

 

Well done to everyone working hard at home.  I'll be available via Class Dojo during the school day. Mr Day :)

Here is your work for Friday  3rd April 2020.

Session 1

Mathematics Learning:

Arithmetic:

You have been set a task on Mathletics called “Highest common factor.”  You will be given numbers to find the factors of (remember to create a factor tree to help you) and then identify the highest factor that is shared by both numbers. 

 

What: Area of a triangle (2)

Today we will look at right angled triangles and the formula to calculate the area. Click on the PowerPoint below for today’s lesson. After working through the lesson guide, complete pages 132-134.

 

Lesson guide: Area of a triangle

Maths answers

 

 

Session 2

English Learning:

Spelling:

Test yourseld on your homophones today - see which you can now spell and which you can't - remember the spelling will change depending on how the word is used in a sentence.

All homophones for KS2 - spelling list

Reading:

What: inference from the text.

Continuing from yesterday, there is another inference based reading sheet for you to try. Read the short text and answer the inference questions - remember, this means to think about what has been implied by the author - it might not have been explicitly written, you are giving your opinion using evidence from the text. 

 

e.g. - "the house had cobwebs in the corners and the walls had large, hollow cracks between the bricks."

The house could be old and it does not seem to be lived in, if there are cobwebs inside, no one is looking after the house and keeping it clean. The cracks imply that the house is older as it is starting to fall apart. 

Inference worksheet (2)

Writing:

What: character description with different sentence starters. 

Use the PowerPoint below for today's lesson. The link to the video is above. 

Lesson guide - description and sentence starters

 

Session 3

Mrs Whittaker's Topic Time:

See her page. :) 

Session 4 

Joe Wicks daily exercise! We will be starting a new PE unit for you to try at home after Easter. 

Session 5

Love of Reading

If you can, spend some time reading the Easter story today as we think about this time of fresh starts. I have provided a link to an adaptation of the Eater story for you to watch.