Homework

Please see Y6 Blog 2 for any homework posted after 17th March 2017

 

Maths homework

Complete tests the next two tests in your new book. Time yourself. Remember to check the answers at the back and try to correct any that you don’t get right first time.

Bring your book in to school on Tuesday 21st March

Science Homework

Finish your labelled drawing of the parts of a flower. Please write down the jobs the different parts do to help the plant produce seeds.

Return your book to school on Monday 20th March

Grammar homework

Complete pages 82 and 83 (able and ible) of your grammar book for Tuesday 21st March.

Comprehension homework

Complete the A3 sheet ‘Scott’s Last Letter’ for Tuesday 21st March.

Maths homework

Complete tests 3 and 4 in your new book. Time yourself.

Grammar homework

Complete the apostrophes sheet for Tuesday 14th March.

Comprehension homework

Complete the A4 ‘Scott’ sheet for Tuesday 14th March.

Maths Homework

On Friday, you took home your new book ’10 Minute Tests.’ Complete the first two tests for Tuesday 7th March. Remember to set your stopwatch!

RE Homework

Research the Passover. Find out why this is a holy time for Jewish people and what they do to help them remember the events that happened thousands of years ago.

Bring your research to school on Monday 6th March as you will need it for our RE lesson.

Grammar homework

Complete the sheet ‘Synonyms and Antonyms’ for Tuesday 7th March.

Comprehension homework

Complete the A3 sheet ‘The Magic of Shells’ for Tuesday 7th March.

Topic homework

Find out about the chariot racing event at the ancient Olympic games. Bring your research back to school on Tuesday 28th February.

Grammar homework

A4 sheet ‘Brackets, dashes and commas’ for Tuesday 28th February.

Maths Homework

  1. Complete the two My Maths activities on  measures by 1st March.
  2. Play Times Tables Rockstars for five minutes five times .

Remember, quick mental recall of multiplication and division facts is really important and so you should be using this website at least 5 times per week (only 5 minutes each time).

Science Homework

Please write up the four activities you carried out in class. Do them in any order. You do not need to explain how you made the pulley.

Show the direction of the force and if it has changed. If you can, explain whether it is a first, second or third class lever.

Remember to include a title and sub-headings.

Hand your book in on Tuesday 28th February.

Maths Homework

  1. Go through your reasoning papers. Try to correct at least 5 questions. Bring the paper back in to school and be ready to talk about your work on Tuesday 14th February.
  2. Play Times Tables Rockstars for five minutes five times .

Remember, quick mental recall of multiplication and division facts is really important and so you should be using this website at least 5 times per week (only 5 minutes each time).

French homework

For Thursday 9th February. Find out about a country –

-Where is it? Ou?

-Capital? la capitale

-Official language? la/les langue/s officielles

-Flag? le drapeau

-Money? l’argent

– Famous person? les personnages bien connus

– Adjective? c’est + adjective

-Anything else? et en plus

Maths Homework

  1. Complete the two My Maths activities on  percentages by 8th February.
  2. Go through your arithmetic paper. Try to correct at least 3 questions. Bring the paper back in to school and be ready to talk about your work on Tuesday 7th February.
  3. Play Times Tables Rockstars for five minutes five times .

Remember, quick mental recall of multiplication and division facts is really important and so you should be using this website at least 5 times per week (only 5 minutes each time).

Comprehension homework

Complete the A3 sheet ‘Mammoth find’ for Tuesday 7th February.

Grammar homework

This week you need to look carefully at your grammar, punctuation and spelling test booklet. Look carefully at any questions that were tricky. Try to work out the answer. You can find the answer booklet online to check. This is an important activity as it will help you to improve your score next time.

Spellings

Spellings will be given out every Tuesday from now on. Children will be tested on Tuesdays.

Grammar homework

Complete pages 30-31 for Tuesday 31st January.

Comprehension Homework

Complete the A3 sheet ‘Two Owls’ for Tuesday 31st January.

Science Homework 

  1. Please complete the conclusion from the floating and sinking experiment.
  2. Explain why you did/didn’t meet the success criteria today.
  3. Optional challenge – density tower. See Y6 blog from March 2015.

Return books to school on Monday 30th January.

Grammar homework

Complete pages 62 and 63 (colons and semi-colons) for Tuesday 24th January.

Comprehension homework 

Complete the ‘Chocolate’ A3 sheet for Tuesday 24th January.

Homework for Diana

Please make a note of all the things that make you happy. Bring this in to school on Tuesday 24th January.

Maths Homework

  1. Complete the two My Maths activities on  fractions by 25th January.
  2. Play Times Tables Rockstars for five minutes five times .

Remember, quick mental recall of multiplication and division facts is really important and so you should be using this website at least 5 times per week (only 5 minutes each time).

RE Homework

Use your research on the Dead Sea Scrolls to explain why they are so important.  Please do this work in your RE book. Return it to school on Monday 23rd January.

Maths Homework

  1. Complete the My Maths activity on adding and subtracting fractions by 17th January.
  2. Go through your arithmetic paper. Try to correct at least 3 questions. Bring the paper back in to school and be ready to talk about your work on Tuesday 17th January.
  3. Play Times Tables Rockstars for five minutes five times .

Remember, quick mental recall of multiplication and division facts is really important and so you should be using this website at least 5 times per week (only 5 minutes each time).

RE Homework

Research the Dead Sea Scrolls.  Bring your research in to school on Monday 16th January. You will need it in the RE lesson.

Comprehension homework

Complete the A3 sheet ‘Tudor Wedding’ for Tuesday 17th January.

Grammar homework

Complete page 61 of your grammar book for Tuesday 17th January.

Science Homework

Please complete your spinners investigation. Make sure your conclusion explains what happened (use your data to prove this). Remember that the key fact is that the air resistance has less effect as more paper clips are added. Also, the first fall – no paper clips – doesn’t fit the trend because it fell in a different way. It was more of a free fall because there wasn’t a paper clip to guide it down.

Hand your book in on Monday 9th January.

Maths Homework

  1. Complete the My Maths activity on reducing fractions by 10th January.
  2. Play Times Tables Rockstars for five minutes five times .

Remember, quick mental recall of multiplication and division facts is really important and so you should be using this website at least 5 times per week (only 5 minutes each time).

Topic homework

Make a poster to advertise Greece as a holiday destination. Include information about weather, landscape, activities and places of interest. For Friday 13th January.

Grammar homework

Complete page 60 from the book for Tuesday 10th January.

Comprehension homework

Complete ‘Pyramus and Thisbe’ (A3 sheet) fro Tuesday 10th January.

Maths Homework

Please go through the tests that we gave out on Monday. Find at least three questions that you are now able to answer. Be ready to share these questions on Tuesday 13th December. 

Comprehension homework

Complete ‘How music made peace’ (A3 sheet) for Tuesday 13th December.

Grammar homework

Complete page 51 of your grammar book (hyphens) for Tuesday 6th December.

Comprehension homework

Complete ‘Toad learns a lesson’ (A3 sheet) for Tuesday 6th December.

Maths Homework

  1. Produce an information poster on quadrilaterals which explains all of the properties each one has. (Remember Maths is Fun was a good website.) Include a section that explains why a square is so special (think about how it compares to the other  quadrilaterals) Bring this poster in to school on Tuesday 6th December.
  2. Play Times Tables Rockstars for five minutes five times .

Remember, quick mental recall of multiplication and division facts is really important and so you should be using this website at least 5 times per week (only 5 minutes each time).

RE Homework

Find out (bullet points only) what each of the candles and the evergreen branches represent on the Advent wreath. There will be house points for anyone who has a Bible reference to go with their research.

Bring this work in to use in class on Monday 5th December.

Maths Homework

  1. Complete the My Maths activity on division by 29th November.
  2. Play Times Tables Rockstars for five minutes five times .

Remember, quick mental recall of multiplication and division facts is really important and so you should be using this website at least 5 times per week (only 5 minutes each time).

Topic homework

Find out some facts about one of the WW1 poets such as Wilfred Owen, John McCrae, Siegfried Sassoon . Record as bullet points. We will share the research in our English lesson. Return to school on Tuesday 29th November.

Reading comprehension

Complete the A3 sheet ‘Bilbo the hobbit meets Smaug’. Hand in on Tuesday 29th November.

Grammar homework

Complete page 58 of your grammar book for Tuesday 29th November.

Reading comprehension

Answer the questions on the A3 sheet ‘Keepsake Mill’ and return on Tuesday 22nd November.

Grammar homework

Complete page 24 for Tuesday 22nd November.

Science Homework

Using your notes from today’s lesson on the digestive system, produce a poster which explains how this works. Don’t forget the key features of the text: an introduction, formal language, coordinating conjunctions (e.g. because, when, as a result), technical vocabulary, facts, present tense, passive voice (e.g. the food is cut by the incisors).

Please include at least one fact about the length of time certain foods take to pass through the system.

Hand in on Tuesday 22nd November. This work may be completed using ICT.

English homework

Find out about Road Safety Week 2016. When is it? What is the important message this year to help drivers and pedestrians to keep safe? You will use this information to write an explanation text next week.

For Wednesday 15th November.

Reading homework

Complete the reading comprehension sheet ‘Mischievous Tom’. For Tuesday 14th November.

Grammar Homework

Complete page 55 of your grammar book – apostrophe practice. For Tuesday 14th November.

Maths Homework

  1. Complete the My Maths activity on division by 16th November.
  2. Play Times Tables Rockstars for five minutes five times .

Remember, quick mental recall of multiplication and division facts is really important and so you should be using this website at least 5 times per week (only 5 minutes each time).

Science Homework

For Monday 14th November, produce a poster on the heart which shows off all the things you have learnt about it this week. There is a link to the video we watched below.  Try to use the conjunctions because, as a result, and consequently so that you know you are explaining your ideas.

For the deepening task, you could find out more about our blood. There is a BBC Bitesize link below to help you with this.

If you want to, you can use ICT to present this work.

BBC Bitesize information on blood cells

BBC Bitesize video on the circulatory system

There will be house points for effort for people who shows they have done the best they can.

Maths Homework

  1. Complete the My Maths activity on division by 9th November.
  2. Play Times Tables Rockstars and earn at least 2000 more coins by 9th November.      Remember the garage rewards you with 10 coins per correct answer. Or, if your mean answer time is less than 2.5 seconds, play in the Studio on at least ten occasions to help move us up the leader board.

Remember, quick mental recall of multiplication and division facts is really important and so you should be using this website at least 5 times per week (only 5 minutes each time).

RE Homework

Find at least five facts about St Francis of Assisi that show he had a vocation and was committed to God. Bring these in to school on Monday 7th November.

Grammar homework

Complete page 19 of your book – past/present tense. Return on Tuesday 8th November.

Comprehension Homework

This is the A3 sheet ‘Matilda joins Crunchem Hall’. Write the answers on the sheet and return it on Tuesday 8th November.

 

Science Homework

Please finish your line graph and conclusion. Remember your conclusion should answer your question and should include some of your data as proof of this. Can you explain your findings?

Ensure your success ladder has been completed.

Please hand in your book on Monday 31st October.

Maths Homework 

Play Times Tables Rockstars and earn at least 5000 more coins by 1st November. Remember the garage rewards you with 10 coins per correct answer.

Take the arithmetic test home and have a look through any errors you made. See if you can  now correct these errors having gone through most of the questions together. Don’t worry about the fractions ones for now though. Return your test to school on Monday 31st October.

Maths Homework

Complete the My Maths activity set on addition and subtraction. Also spend 20 minutes on the Nrich subtraction puzzle which you can access through the hyperlink on the My Maths task page. 

Please complete these activities by Tuesday 18th October. 

Continue to play Times Tables Rockstars five times per week.

Grammar Homework

Complete pages 27-28 of your book (formal and informal writing). Return it for Tuesday 18th October

Science Homework 

Please finish your work from today ensuring that all your bar charts have labelled axes and a title. Remember that your conclusion needs to say what you found out and your data from the nutritional information charts should be used to support this. Make sure you answer your own question too.

Task 2 – Choose a breakfast item of your own to compare to the cereals studied in class. Use the nutritional information for the item just as we did today. You could choose another type of cereal, a croissant or even a slice of toast (use the bread wrapper but remember that you also need to  think about what you spread on the toast to see how healthy it is). Add your findings to your report from our lesson.

This work should be handed in on Monday 17th October

Maths Homework

Please complete the My Maths activity assigned to you. This is to consolidate the work done in class over the last week and so you should aim to get at least 80%. If you get less than 80% please repeat the activity. There is a lesson linked to the task if extra help is needed. Click on the LL symbol which will take you to it.

This task should be completed by Tuesday 11th October.

Continue to play Times Tables Rockstars five times per week. We are checking and not everyone is doing this.

Grammar Homework

Please complete pages 44 and 45  of your book (commas) for Tuesday 11th October.

Science Homework

  1. Please produce a poster which explains what the seven life processes are that all living things do. (Remember ‘Mrs Nerg’).  
  2. Complete your food diary for the week. Don’t forget to colour code the different food groups e.g. proteins written in red, carbohydrates in orange etc.

Hand these in to be marked on Tuesday 11th October.

Topic homework

Find out about the life and achievements of Michael Morpurgo. Record using bullet points. You will use this information to write a biography next week.

Grammar Homework

Please complete page 42 of your book (commas) for Tuesday 4th October.

Maths Homework

Please complete the two My Maths activities assigned to you. These are to consolidate the work done in class over the last week and so you should aim to get at least 80%. If you get less than 80% please repeat the activity using the lesson linked to the task if needed.

For the activity ‘Negative Numbers 2’ you only need to complete page 1 but please do repeat it if you get more than one incorrect.

These tasks should be completed by Tuesday 4th October.

Continue to play Times Tables Rockstars five times per week.

Topic Homework

Find out what life was like in the trenches (100 words approx).

Return to school on Thursday 29th September

Maths Homework

Please complete the two My Maths activities assigned to you. These are to consolidate the work done in class over the last two weeks and so you should aim to get at least 80%. If you get less than 80% please repeat the activity using the lesson linked to the task if needed.

These tasks should be completed by Tuesday 27th September

Continue to play Times Tables Rockstars five times per week.

RE Homework

Please finish your letter nominating your chosen person for the Prize for Peace. You need explain why your person should win the prize  by showing which of St Paul’s list of qualities they display. Remember to also use persuasive features.

Please return on Monday 26th September

ICT Homework

Please finish your poster for Mrs Sadler. Bring this in to school on Wednesday 28th September.

Grammar homework

Complete pages 56 and 57 of your grammar book (speech marks). Bring it to school on Tuesday 27th September.

Grammar homework

Complete page 5 of your grammar book (adjectives). Bring it back to school on Tuesday 20th September.

Timetables Rockstars

Log on to Timetables Rockstars. The log on and password are the same as  the ones you use for your My Maths account. You should spend at least 5 minutes a day on this website at least 5 times per week.

Maths 

Think of 5 different 6 digit numbers that have 3 tens of thousands and eight hundreds of thousands in them. Order them from highest to lowest. Have your work ready for Monday 19th September.

Science

Please complete your fair test write up. Use the success criteria grid to make sure you have included all the important sections. Your conclusion should tell me what you found out (linked to your data) and why you think this happened. You should then identify any further questions you could go on to investigate.

Remember that, in order to tick the fair test box on your grid, you need to make sure you have included information on which variable you changed and which ones you kept the same.

Return by Tuesday 20th September

Topic

Please complete your title page in your topic book ‘The Battle of the Somme’. You can add pictures such as soldiers, poppies, tanks, guns etc.

To be returned on Wednesday 14th September

English

Please bring in a favourite book from home on Thursday 8th September. We will use this to write a book review on Friday.

Thank you.

RE Homework for Monday 12th September

Please complete the ‘All About Me’ poster on the first page of your RE book. Remember to use pictures and symbols to tell us all about you and what makes you unique. Don’t forget to include your talents and qualities.

 

 


Topic homework for Tuesday 12th July

Please find out about the life of your famous Olympian – their childhood, schooling, how they discovered they had a special talent,  Olympic medals, other achievements. Then begin to think about how you will justify why you think they are the best.

Science Homework for Monday 4th July

Please research how climate change and pressures on the global environment are forcing animals and plants to adapt.

Can you find any examples of plants or animals that haven’t been able to adapt fast enough to survive in the changing environment?

Bring your information with you on Monday.

RE Homework for Monday 20th June

Please complete your leaflet on the Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick.

Success Criteria – Your work should show that you:
1) know what a Sacrament is.
2) know where the Sacrament of the Sick originated and can give Bible references to support this.
3) can describe the significant symbols, words and actions used in the Sacrament.
4) can explain the significance of these.

These attachments might help you with your work.

Churchs Story 3 – Pg 71 (1)

Churchs Story 3 – Pg 70 (1)

Sacrament of the sick group tasks

The Sacrament of the Sick – Year 6 pg 206-210

Topic homework to be completed during half term and returned on Monday 6th June

Find out about the life of William Shakespeare. Write a biography which includes the key events in his life.

Research the Globe Theatre in London. Record unusual key facts to impress your teachers!

Finally…go online to watch a selection of Shakespeare’s animated tales from the BBC. Search for BBC Shakespeare animated tales.

Topic Homework for Tuesday 24th May

As part of our Parliament studies, please find out who or what “Black Rod” is…

Record your findings in bullet points or a paragraph.

Good luck!

Mr Jones

 

Homework for Week Ending 13th May

Keep skills sharp

Please read through the spelling list and your grammar homework book when you can.

Try to go on Timetables Rockstars each day for 10 minutes.

If there are any areas you feel you want to revise for maths use the websites My Maths and Maths is Fun to help you.

Remember you can use Edmodo to get in touch with us if you would like to.

Grammar homework for Tuesday 3rd May

Complete pages 94 and 95 of your book (confusing nouns and verbs).

Science Homework for Tuesday 3rd May

Complete your explanation text on the rotation and orbit of the Earth.

Success Criteria:

I have…

  1. used a question as my title
  2. used adverbials to link and develop my ideas (because, consequently, as a result)
  3. Use the passive voice.
  4. included diagrams
  5. used key technical vocabulary
  6. Explained my facts accurately, clearly and concisely.
  7. Ensured my writing makes sense.

BBC Video on Earth’s Orbit

BBC Video on Seasons

Maths Homework for Tuesday 3rd May

Complete the My Maths activities assigned to you.

Mrs Clements/Mrs Pearson’s mini group – complete fraction, decimal and percentage ordering sheet.

Topic homework for Wednesday 27th April

Find out about a famous building in London. Record your facts in bullet points. You will then use these facts to write a paragraph about it in class.

Grammar homework for Tuesday 26th April

Please complete pages 72 and 73 of your grammar book (hyphenating prefixes)

Science Homework for Friday 22nd April

Please complete the work on how shadows change over the course of the day.

Success Criteria…

  1. I have recorded my results from the pattern seeking investigation.
  2. a) I have made a prediction for the rest of the afternoon about how the length of the shadows and the their position on the floor will change. b) I have tried to explain why I think these things will happen.
  3. I have used a model (a torch and an opaque object such as a pen top) to check if my prediction is right. Remember, moving the torch over the opaque object is a way of modelling how the sun would appear to travel across the sky. The shadows cast will be like those we saw on the playground and you can see if your prediction is right.
  4. I have used my work using the model and my observations from the pattern seeking investigation to explain what happens top shadows over the course of the day and explain why. Remember this should be done clearly!

Key vocabulary: sun, light, shadow, opaque, object, block

Remember, if you have any questions, use Edmodo to ask them.

Maths Homework for Tuesday 26th April

Please complete the My Maths activities on negative numbers and Roman numerals – these are revision so you should get at least 85%!

Topic homework for Monday 18th April

Our new topic is London. Find three unusual facts about London which will surprise your teachers!

Maths Homework for Monday 18th April

Complete the two activities on My Maths. Remember to use the lesson if needed. Try to get a minimum of 80%.

Choose one of the questions from the morning work or, if there aren’t any, one from your test papers which you found difficult. See if you can master it. You could use My Maths, Maths is Fun or maybe even your parents to help you and give you other questions to try.

Holiday Homework – Easter 2016

You should have taken home a pack of revision sheets and some of your practise papers from the year so far. These are intended to help you revise the things we have studied so far and give you pointers on what to work on to help you improve. See if you can put right any errors made on the papers. 

Revision sheets:

Maths – Time yourself to see how quickly you can complete the calculations. Aim for a maximum of 5 minutes. Copies of the morning work will be available below too if you want extra practise.

Grammar – Follow the instructions on the sheet. Use the homework books or websites to help you if needed.

Spelling – See how many of the words you already know then work on learning as many of the others as you can. Remember the little tricks you can use to help you (e.g. RHYTHM – Rhythm has your two hips moving).

You have also been allocated a My Maths task on long division. Remember to use the lesson to help you if needed.

Try to use Times Tables Rockstars for 10 minutes per day to keep your skills sharp!

Finally – Have some fun! 🙂

Morning Work – Week Beginning 14th March 2016

Morning Work – Week Beginning 11th January 2016

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Maths homework for Monday 21st March

Please complete the My Maths activities on averages.

Maths homework for Monday 14th March

Please complete the My Maths activities on handling data.


Grammar homework for Monday 14th March

Complete pages 62 and 63 of your grammar book.

Literacy homework for Monday 14th March

Next week we will be writing a discussion text about homework! In preparation, think of four advantages of homework and four disadvantages. Record them briefly using bullet points. These ideas will be developed further in class next week.

Science Homework for Monday 14th March

Ensure the changing materials work has been edited and improved if needed.

Red pen the previous week’s work on investigating dissolving.

Homework for Friday 11th March

Imagine the Royal Mail are designing a set of stamps to celebrate British values. Think of someone you think best personifies British values who could appear on a stamp. Justify your choice using the key words and phrases we looked at this morning: democracy, equality, rule of law, tolerance, freedom of speech.

Maths homework for Monday 7th March

Please complete the two My Maths activities on time. Remember, you are aiming to get at least 80%. If you have been set the measures one again you should complete these instead

Continue to use Times Tables Rockstars. Remember, if you play in the studio you will be helping to get us up the leader board!

Grammar homework for Monday 7th March

Please complete pages 42 and 43 (commas)

Grammar homework for Monday 29th February

Please complete pages 96 and 97 of your grammar book (homophones)

Science homework for Monday 29th February

Task 1 – please carry out a mini investigation into what happens to a salt solution if it is left in a warm place over a few days. Record your results in your science book as pictures or take photos.

Task 2 – Complete the informative posters about the changes work we did in the lesson. Remember diagrams, written observations, explanations are needed on the posters as well as the type of change and whether it is reversible or not.

Task 3 – Find out what rust is, e.g. an iron nail. Include this in your information poster.

Maths homework for Monday 29th February

Please complete the two My Maths activities on measures. Remember, you are aiming to get at least 80%.

Continue to use Times Tables Rockstars. Remember, if you play in the studio you will be helping to get us up the leader board!

Grammar homework for Monday 22nd February

Please complete the modal verbs sheet.

Literacy homework for Monday 22nd February

Next we will be writing a persuasive letter about football on the KS2 playground. In preparation, please write 4 reasons for football or 4 reasons against football. Just record your ideas as bullet points as we will develop them in the lesson.

e.g. Football is the most popular sport in England and loved by many.

Or: Playing football takes up too much space which could be used for other activities.

Science homework for Monday 22nd February

Please finish writing up your experiment on thermal insulators. You need to ensure you have included: an aim;  a prediction; explanation of why your test is fair; results table; suitable graph/bar chart (depending on whether your data is discrete or continuous); a conclusion.

In your conclusion, remember to say what you found out and refer to your data to support this. Then try to explain why you got this result – Remember the key vocabulary (insulator, conductor, molecules).

Look back at the marking comments and the success criteria ladder from your last investigation for extra pointers.

Maths homework for Monday 22nd February

Please complete the two My Maths activities on coordinates. Remember, you are aiming to get at least 80%.

Continue to use Times Tables Rockstars. Remember, if you play in the studio you will be helping to get us up the leader board!

Grammar homework for Monday 15th February

Complete page 11 (pronouns).

RE homework for Monday 15th February

Please complete your RE work on Judaism if you haven’t already done so.

Maths homework for Monday 15th February

Please complete the two My Maths activities.

Continue to use Times Tables Rockstars. Remember, if you play in the studio you will be helping to get us up the leader board!

Grammar homework for Monday 1st February

Complete page 51 (hyphens)

Science homework for Monday 1st February

Please finish writing up your science investigation on dissolving. Make sure you include all the sections we discussed today: aim, prediction, results and conclusion. Use the success criteria ladder to guide you.

Don’t forget to ensure you use the special science vocabulary that you have learnt too: solvent, solution, solute, saturated, dissolve.

Maths homework for Tuesday 2nd February

Please complete the two My Maths activities.

Continue to use Times Tables Rockstars. Remember, if you play one of the festivals on the first page you will be helping to get us up the leader board!

Grammar homework for Monday 25th January

Please complete page 50 of your grammar book.

Topic homework for Friday 29th January

Find out what happened at The Marples Hotel during the Sheffield blitz. You will be using this research for an activity in class next week.

Please ensure that your work is presented neatly either hand -written or typed. It would be great if you could find some pictures too.

Maths homework for Tuesday 26th January

Please complete the two My Maths activities.

Make sure you have logged in to Times Tables Rock Stars and set up your avatar and name.  Use the garage setting to practise  your tables, ideally 5 mins each day, but 4 times each week will do. If you play in the studio we will earn points for our school and hopefully move up the chart!

Maths homework for Monday 18th January

Please complete the two My Maths activities on percentage.

Grammar homework for Tuesday 19th January

Please complete page 54 of your grammar book.

Topic homework for Wednesday 13th January

Please add further dates to your 20th century timeline. Don’t forget to bring your book back on Wednesday for the lesson!

Grammar homework for Monday 11th January

Please complete page 53 of your grammar book.

Maths Homework for Monday 11th January

Please complete the My Maths activities.

Science Homework for Friday 8th January

Please write a short conclusion to say what you found out about dissolving from today’s investigation. Refer to your data to support your explanation. 

Literacy Homework for Tuesday 5th January

It’s not really homework! Please bring a copy of your favourite book to school on Tuesday. Next week we will be writing book reviews to recommend books to the rest of the class.

Maths Homework for Friday 18th December

Just to remind you that the My maths tasks set last Monday (7th Dec) is due next week. Well done to those who have already completed it.

Grammar homework for Monday 7th December

Complete pages 24 and 25 of your book(active and passive).

Science Homework for Monday 14th December

Please draw a cartoon strip which tells the story of a water particle changing from gas to liquid. Remember the best ones will be turned into animations! 

Maths Homework for Monday 7th December

Please complete the allocated My Maths tasks on fractions.  

Grammar homework for Monday 30th November

Complete page 61 of your grammar book please (semi-colons).

Homework for Monday 30th November 

Make sure you have enough notes and facts to write an explanation text about road safety.

Complete the My Maths homework set. Please log in with your own password.

Grammar homework for Monday 23rd November

Please complete page 59 (colons).

Science Homework for Monday 23rd November

Produce a poster to explain what you have learnt about solids, liquids and gases to a younger child. Remember to include diagrams. Please include a section on viscosity.

Spellings Homework for Friday 20th November

Please revise all the spellings and patterns learnt so far this term. The spelling test on the 20th November will  include 10 words, chosen at random, from these previous lists.

Grammar homework for Monday 16th November

Complete pages 56 and 57 (punctuating speech)

Science Homework for Monday 16th November 

Please write up the light experiments from today. There are photos on the home page to help you remember what we did. Remember to tell me:

  1. What you did
  2. What you observed
  3. Why you think these things happened.

Remember the key words: reflect and refraction

Maths Homework for Tuesday 10th November

Find all the prime numbers below 100. Don’t just use Google to find the answer though! Be systematic and work your way through the numbers. Be able to show your approach!

RE Homework for Monday 9th November

Please finish your work from Tuesday. Remember you are answering the question ‘How can I make a difference?’. Choose 4 of the issues discussed in the lesson and show how we as individuals and also large organisations, such as charities, can make a difference. Try to link this to the Bible references I gave to you and the Beatitudes. Remember you need to show how what we do is linked to what we believe is important  e.g. If you believe no one in Sheffield today should feel hungry you can give to the Grace food bank to try to make a difference. 

Grammar homework

Please complete page 7 of your grammar book (adverbs) for Tuesday 10th November.

Year 6 Presentations

Starting this half term, you will be asked to prepare a presentation lasting 2 minutes on a hobby or interest.  Please prepare this at home – no power points please! You are welcome to prepare prompt cards and bring in any relevant items to support you.

Please see the list of dates on the whiteboard in the classroom. We are looking forward to listening to you!

School Council

If you would like to represent our class on the School Council, please prepare your manifesto during half term, outlining why you would make a good member of the council. We will listen to them after the holiday.

Topic homework for Tuesday 3rd November

Over the half term holiday, find out about what happened in Sheffield during the First World War. Was Sheffield bombed? Can you find out about the Sheffield pals? How did people at home help the war effort? What was made in the factories here? Choose something to research.

You can present your research in any way you want – a booklet, a powerpoint, a poster, a fact file.

Science homework for Tuesday 3rd November

Please ensure you have gone through the work from this half term and have completed any red pen comments required.

Maths Homework for Tuesday 20th October

Please produce a poster which shows how the different units of measure are related e.g. the number of centimetres in a meter, millilitres in a litre etc. Include on it 3 word problems that will require your learning partner to convert some of the units in order to find the answer. For example Lizzie had 1.5 kg of flour. She uses 300g to make a cake and 150g to make scones. How much flour does she have left? 

Grammar homework for Monday 19th October

Please complete page 6 (verbs)

Science Homework for Monday 19th October

Please finish your fantastic information texts on translucent, transparent and opaque materials. Remember to include full explanations, diagrams with annotations and examples.

Topic homework for Wednesday 14th October

At school, you started some research into life in the trenches during the First World War. For homework, find some additional information. Think about food, conditions in the trenches and battle. You will use this information next week to write a letter.

Grammar homework for Monday 12th October

Please complete pages 4 and 5 (nouns and adjectives)

Maths Homework for Monday 12th October

Use the My Maths lesson and online homework (the numbers will be different from those we looked at today) to practise using BODMAS.

Create a poster to explain what BODMAS means. Include examples of calculations to support your explanations. Some of these posters will be displayed on our maths wall.

 

Art homework for Wednesday 7th October

Find out about craftsmen who make ornamental boxes. What type of materials have they used? How have they been decorated? Bring some photographs if you can!

Grammar homework for Tuesday 6th October

Complete the clauses sheet.

Science Homework for Monday 5th October

Find out what the words opaque, translucent and transparent mean. Can you find (small!) examples of things that have any of these properties. Ideally, they could be used in our lesson next week and then be stuck in to your book.

Grammar homework for Monday 28th September

Please complete the commas sheet p45

Maths Homework – Set Tuesday 22nd September

Use My Maths to practise mental methods for addition and subtraction and then multiplication and division. Ideally, you should do this for 10  minutes 4 or 5 times over the week so it helps keep your skills sharp. Remember to choose the activity best suited to you.

RE Homework for Tuesday 29th September

Please complete the sketch/drawing of the Prodigal Son. Remember to annotate (not label!) the details you have chosen to add to your work e.g. hands showing forgiveness etc.

French homework

Learn French numbers 1-100. This is a useful online resource – BBC primary languages, then click on French and then numbers.

You will be tested next week in the French lesson.

Topic homework for Wednesday 23rd September

Find out about what happened at the Christmas truce in 1914. Record your research in bullet points. We will use the information next week to write a newspaper report.

Literacy homework for Tuesday 22nd September

Please complete the commas in lists sheet.

Maths Homework for Monday 21st September

Please carry out the  negative numbers  exercises on the sheet you were given.

Red – Section A questions  9 – 18

Yellow – Section B questions 1 – 3

Green – All Section C

Science Homework for Monday 21st September

You follow a white cat with really shiny eyes into a cave. You both turn a corner and the light from the entrance is no longer visible.

Explain what you would see.

 

Literacy  Homework

Complete the adverbials homework sheet (given out on Thursday 10th).

Bring it back to school by Tuesday 15th September.

Maths homework

Complete the task which has been allocated to your group.

Red – Section A Questions 1 – 20.

Yellow – Section B Questions 1 – 14

Green – Section C Questions 1 – 13

Please have the answers ready for Monday 14th September as you will use them in our maths lesson.

RE Homework

Please use the first page in your book to produce a collage that represents your family. Think about the images that would show special people, places etc.  

Hand in on Tuesday 15th September.

 

Literacy homework

Our new topic is the First World War. Use the BBC  history website bbc.co.uk/schools/ww1 to find out more about a famous figure from WW1. Record your research as bullet points. You will then use this research in class to write a biography next week.

You can choose from Walter Tull, Wilfred Owen, Jack Cornwell, Lord Kitchener, Sergeant Stubby, Edith Cavell and more.

Please complete your homework by Wednesday 9th September.

RE Tasks to do for Monday 7th September:

1) Back RE books

2) Find a good news story for RE.

 

Year 6 2015 – 16

All children have been given a homework diary to help them to organise themselves. Homework will also be posted here. Please keep checking to ensure none is missed.

If children are not in school , it is expected that they will find out if they  have missed any homework and then complete any task set by the deadline. Thank you.