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Year 6 Peregrines and Ravens

           

Year 6

Ravens and Peregrines

 

Welcome to the Year 6 page!

This week, our stars of the week are:

 

 Connor from the Peregrines class. Harrison from the Ravens class.

Congratulations to you all and well done for your hard work.

 

 

 

 

Click here if you are currently learning from home. 

Year 6 Homework

 

Friday 10th June 

Next week we will be continuing with our unit of work about Inspirational People. We will be writing a biographical recount about someone who has overcome a difficulty of some sort and has gone on to inspire you. We have already begun our research at school. For homework, find some more information about this person. The more information you have the easier it will be to write the biographical recount. Also, make some notes to explain why you have selected this person. You will need these notes for our English lesson on Monday 13th June.

 

 

For anyone wishing to enter the Summer Fair Poster Competition, the details are here. 

The SFA is holding a competition to design a poster advertising the school fair. 

The information that this poster must include is:
 

Southmead Primary School

SFA Summer Fair

8th July 2022

3.15 - 5.15

 

Your poster needs to be A4 size. 

English  Homework

This week you have a reading activity to complete on the topic of super heroes. You should have a copy of the sheet already but it is attached below just in case.  

Maths  Homework

This week we have been working on calculating different angles and have learnt lots of key facts to help us (e.g. there are 90 degrees in a right angle and 180 degrees in a straight line). You should all have a copy of your homework stuck in your Maths homework book but the sheets are attached below just in case. It may look like a lot of questions, but you should be able to get it done in 20 - 30 minutes as most of them are quite quick. Remember to show some working and write your final answers clearly. If you need any help, please remember to come in and ask during homework club. 

 

 

Times Table Homework

 

Please make sure that you practise your times tables ready for your times table test on Friday.

 

 

 

Reading Homework 

 

Make sure you read at least five times and record it in your reading diary.  

 

 

 

Year 6 Meeting Slides

 

Please find the slides from our welcome meeting attached below. If you have any questions, please feel free to get in touch.

Year 6 

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