Year 6 Memories…
A compilation of photos of our amazing Year 6’s during their time at LSJ.
Returning to School Fun…
From colour theory, water colours, pastels and needlework to fully loaded hot chocolates and dunkin’ biscuit science investigations, it’s fair to say that we’ve managed to keep ourselves busy since we returned to school in June. See for yourselves, all the great things Year 6 has been up to in their final term. Click on the images to enlarge them.
Fun together on their last day at LSJ…
Hello Year 6,
Just three days to go before school’s out for the summer! It’s been a bizarre school year! One where some of you have spent more than a term learning at home. It just goes to show how resilient you all are. It has been a pleasure being your teacher for the last two years. You’ve all achieved amazing things and should be very proud of yourselves. Soon, you’ll be Year 7s. Wow! How did that happen so quickly? You must be excited thinking about your next adventure at high school. You’ll all be brilliant!
I’ve set a few activities for you below but remember to have some fun and do things that make you smile!
Have a fabulous summer everyone!
Mrs D x
Morning Maths – Year-6-maths-summer-morning-starter-1
This week you can choose your maths tasks. The options below are revision units that can be found on BBC Bitesize Daily. Alternatively, you could try a challenge, solving The Mystery of Cinema Suspects The-mystery-of-the-cinema-suspects-maths-game. Just work through the maths tasks to find the clues and solve the mystery.
Video tutorials are available on:
- BBC Bitesize Daily https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/year6
You can work your way through the videos and activities on-line to aid your learning, or if you feel confident with the subject, scroll down the page to find the activity sheets that you should complete in your maths books.
If you are finding any of the maths tasks tricky, please visit https://whiterosemaths.com/resources/primary-resources/parent-workbooks/ where you’ll find some new work booklets, designed by White Rose. You can choose the level you work at; perhaps you could re-look at topics you find challenging.
|Monday||Revise: Comparing fractions, decimals and percentages|
|Tuesday||Revise: Find percentages of amounts|
|Wednesday||Revise: Converting metric measurements|
My Maths – https://login.mymaths.co.uk/login
TT Rock Stars/Numbots – https://play.ttrockstars.com
For writing this week, you will find a daily Pobble365 below, to take a look at. Use the image to help unleash your imagination and tackle the tasks.
Reading Plus – https://login.readingplus.com
It is important to spend 30 minutes 3-4 times each week on Reading Plus.
SPaG – https://www.spag.com
Spelling – https://www.spellingshed.com/en-gb
This is our final week before the Summer and I would like to say a big well done to each of you at home and in school for showing amazing resilience. For some of you this means after the Summer break you will be starting Reception. I know how much Miss Kavanagh cannot wait to be your teacher again! Miss Peever and Mrs Bates are also really excited to welcome you in September. For some of you it will just be a ‘see you soon’ as when you will return in September you will be coming back to Nursery and hopefully we may have some new friends joining us! I would also like to say another huge well done and thankyou to parents and carers who have been nothing short of amazing, adapting to home-schooling- a big pat on the back for you too.
It is important to keep practising writing your name, practising numbers 1-10, building on skills to help with independence (own coat, using cutlery and toileting).
Those who will be joining Reception in September I would like you to write a letter for your new teachers. Maybe you could let them know about all the learning you have done at home, or even the things you are most excited about when you return in September.
For those children who will be coming back to Nursery could you draw a picture of what you are most excited about when returning to you class! It might be playing in our new outdoor area.
Expressive Art and Design
Over the Summer collect any drawing, photographs, postcards, tickets, etc… from your time over the Summer break. Put them into a scrapbook and keep them as a memory of all the things you did whilst at home.
Here is a list of things to do over the summer, if you are ever feeling bored pick a couple of things off the list