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If you are a Year 6 Parent, please complete the questionnaire below:

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Internet Safety

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You can also use Worry Bot to report any concerns you have to the school.

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Suggested timetable W.B. 22.06.20

Welcome Year 6

& parents! 

You have made it to the wonderful world of Queens virtual learning!

Here you will find everything you need to know about the work you will be doing over the next few weeks. 

Worry Bot

Also find below a link to our Worry Bot function on our website which can be used if children have any worries about school, work or home they would like to share.

https://queensworrybot.uk/postworry.php  

Week beginning 2.06.20

Welcome back to another week of Queens Online Learning. Keep up the good work year 6, we have been really impressed with the effort we have seen and look forward to seeing the excellent work you will do this week.

 

The tasks that you will need to complete this week:

 
1) Go to https://www.thenational.academy/online-classroom/year-6#schedule and each day, I would like you to complete the English work ONLY. 
 
2) For the Maths this week, Mr Grimwood has uploaded some videos based on Maths lessons I have been teaching in school. Please watch these and complete the work. There are 4 videos in total - one for each day and the final day can be used to finish off any of the problem solving activities that are included. You will find the videos in two places: Your class padlet page or https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL3uecatjV1qofJ9L2FIvBx5-BPia_sv7g
 
3) Go to https://readtheory.org/auth/login and complete at least one quiz per day. Any login problems, please email me. 
 

4) Go to https://www.purplemash.com/login/ where you will find an online safety activity (only one per week) that needs completing. This week's activity is called Sources of Support Poster which will be available to access from Monday and the deadline will be Friday 26th June. Any login problems, please email me. 

 

5) For your Foundation subjects this week, please see the work on this page. You have a space project to complete and there is some Spanish revision. As the Spanish is revision, it would be good if you could complete an activity a day. There is also an additional activity here: https://www.queens.covmat.org/spanish/ The deadline for the Space project and Spanish work will be Friday 3rd July

All foundation work is to be emailed directly to Mrs James at art@queens.covmat.org.uk

 

 

Amazing effort has gone in to these projects! Send your project photos to your teacher and perhaps see it here soon too!

Purple Mash:

Each week there will be one new internet safety task for you to complete on Purple Mash. We are all using our devices so much more than usual and it is important that we remember how to stay safe online. 

This week's activity is called 'Making choices'. We want you to think about four key questions and explain what choices you would make. Mrs Lewis will be looking out for your fantastic advice on Purple Mash this week.

 

Read Theory:

https://readtheory.org/auth/login  

Keep up with your quizzes everyday to keep your reading skills sharp!

Art Project:

Mrs James has kindly created an art project for you to get your teeth stuck in to in the power point and video below. Learn more about the Spanish artist Pablo Picasso and get inspired by his cubist style.

We have already had some amazing examples of your art work sent to us, which we have passed on to Mrs James.

Be sure to send your artwork in before the deadline this Friday!

(22.05.20) 

Year 6 LESSON 9 Picasso faces small.mp4

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Week beginning 11.05.20

Welcome to another week of virtual home learning! We have been very impressed with the work that has been sent to us so far and look forward to seeing what you produce this week. 

 

The tasks that you will need to complete this week:

 - Read Theory (one quiz each day)

 - Purple Mash (one online safety activity per week)

 - Oak Academy lessons (English, Maths and Foundation every day)

 - Art project set by Mrs James (deadline 22.05.20)

 

Oak Academy:

This week you have lots of exciting lessons to get your teeth stuck in to!

English: 

This week you will reading extracts from 'The Weirdstone of Brisingman' by Alan Garner and then writing instructions on how to capture the outlandish creatures you have read about. 

 

Maths:

This week you will be translating and reflecting simple shapes as well as working with coordinates to solve problems. 

 

Foundation:

You have a wonder variety of lessons with week including writing about World War Two, very appropriate as we have just celebrated the 75th anniversary of VE Day.

You will learn about the pulse and rhythm of music as well as how to say the date in Spanish!

 

Purple Mash:

Each week there will be one new internet safety task for you to complete on Purple Mash. We are all using our devices so much more than usual and it is important that we remember how to stay safe online. 

This week's activity is called 'Upsetting video'. We want you to think about how it makes someone feel when they do see an upsetting video but also what they should do next. Mrs Lewis will be looking out for your fantastic advice on Purple Mash this week.

 

Read Theory:

https://readtheory.org/auth/login  

Keep up with your quizzes everyday to keep your reading skills sharp!

Week beginning 27.04.20

Below is everything you need to know about your work for this week. If you have any questions or need any support, please send your class teacher an email and we will do everything we can to help. 

Your work checklist:

  • Read Theory quiz (at least one a day)
  • Oak Academy lessons (3 a day)
  • Purple Mash Internet Safety task (one a week)
  • Art Project

 

Oak Academy:

Please find the link the Oak Academy and the work we would like Year 6 to do this week. https://www.thenational.academy/online-classroom/year-6/ 

Please follow the schedule and complete the tasks daily (ie Monday’s work on Monday etc). We would like all three lessons completing daily including a Maths, English and Foundation subject and the work completed can go into the exercise book that was initially brought home from school.

Please take a picture of your work  and email it to your class teacher so that we can see the wonderful work that you are producing. 

 

Read Theory:

https://readtheory.org/auth/login  

Keep up with your quizzes everyday to keep your reading skills sharp!

Purple Mash:

Each week there will be one new internet safety task for you to complete on Purple Mash. We are all using our devices so much more than usual and it is important that we remember how to stay safe online. 

 

Art Project:

Mrs James has kindly created an art project for you to get your teeth stuck in to in the power point below. It would be fantastic to see some pictures of the incredible art work you create!

Week beginning: Monday 20th April 

We hope you all enjoyed your Easter Holiday with the lovely weather, time in the garden and maybe even a chocolate egg or two.

Here is your English and Maths work for the week. Please use our contact emails at the bottom of this page if you have any trouble accessing the work. In the afternoons you can continue with the home projects in your home learning pack (see link above if you need another copy). We would love to see the progress you have made with these projects and welcome any photos of your work that we could upload to show off to the year group. laugh

 

English:

You should have all been sent an email with your login details for 'Read Theory'. We would like you to log in and complete at least one quiz every day. We will be able to see your work and track your progress. 

Below is also some spelling, punctuation and grammar (SPaG) work. Please answer the SPaG questions set for each day and then check your work against the answers (no peaking until you've had a go!).  Learn your group's spelling words for the week and then get an adult to test you.

 

Maths:

Here are some really fun investigative activities for you to get your teeth stuck in to. There will be 5 activities each week so complete 1 a day. Some are easier than other and some start easy with some challenge questions near the end.

Group 1 - You need to complete ALL activities, including the extra challenges.

Group 2 - You must have a go at teh main challenge at least but feel free to do the extra if you want!

Most of the investigations have answers near the end but no peeking until you've had a go! Enjoy!laugh

 

 

>< Week 2 ><

This week, you have been given Maths and English work to complete through the packs that were sent home. These are test-based questions, which cover the year 6 curriculum and are fantastic revision tools as well as preparation for secondary school. The answers to these questions can be found below so that parents can check your work. 

 

In the afternoons, you still have plenty of interesting projects to get your teeth stuck in to in your home learning packs (copy below if needed). You could grow your own sunflowers; learn about Japan ready for the Olympic games in Tokyo or think about our planet and design sustainable, positive changes we could use to make our world a better place. 

 

Keep coming back to our Year 6 page to be kept up-to-date with spellings to learn, exciting websites you can use as well as weekly Maths and English work being set from 20th April onwards.

 

* E-SAFETY *

Have a look at this website to remind about e-safety. As we are more and more dependent on the internet to communicate with you and I'm sure you are using it to help complete your work, it is really important to remember how to stay safe when using the internet.

Tasks have now been set for you to complete on Purple Mash. 

https://www.childnet.com/young-people/primary  

Are you an e-safety wizard?

Try this quiz to test your knowledge. 

https://www.saferinternet.org.uk/safer-internet-day/safer-internet-day-2020/safer-internet-day-2020-quiz  

STAY ACTIVE!

Although We're sure you are enjoying having your electronics with you all day, please make sure that you exercise! Joe Wicks has created some videos especially for you to keep fit and healthy whilst at home.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5nZ2iBGvFhE&feature=youtu.be 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oiTaFviEt74&feature=youtu.be 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PhFmi_OaBG4&feature=youtu.be 

 

{ CONTACT US }

If you have any questions or need support with any of the work above, your parents are able to contact us using the emails below.

newton@queenscofe.org.uk

rowling@queenscofe.org.uk

shakespeare@queenscofe.org.uk

Maths School Closure Work - Questions and Answers Day 1-10

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