Week 4!!!

Hi 6P!

I hope you are all well!

So, we are now heading into week 4. Please remember that you are expected to do the work set each day as though you were in school. It is really important that you engage with the remote learning, particularly because you will be heading into Secondary school later this year!!

Please consider the time table and try to commit to 4 hours of work each day (this is not as much as you would normally work in a day at school!)

Here is the week’s timetable:

Here are your spellings:

Have a great week,

Mr Powell

Week 3!

Hi everyone, I hope you are now settled into Lockdown learning! It was certainly fun going for an online wander around The British Museum. Maybe we don’t need school trips anymore?

Remember to go to Google Classroom every morning.

Here is the timetable for the week, and your spellings:

Fractions %
TT Rockstars x3
English, spellingTopic
What was life like in Ancient Egypt?
Equivalent fractions
TT Rockstars x4
English, spellingRE
Ordering fractions
TT Rockstars x6
English, spellingPSHE, fitness
% of amounts
TT Rockstars x 7
English, spellingArt
Egyptian death masks
missing values
TT rockstars x 8
English, spellingComputing
PE – Yoga

rough enough
cough trough
dough though
nought bought
brough thought

Hi everybody, well done for last week. We received a lot of excellent work. Keep it up!

A few important things to note about sending work in:


Please try to avoid pdf format if possible. We will set up Google documents to use or use the Google slides showing the questions on which to answer.

To view the slide show click “present” but be aware that you cannot write on to the slide when it is being presented. You can only type onto the worksheet if it’s not being presented (press “escape”). Click onto the answer boxes to be able to write.

MathsMultiply decimals by integersDivide decimals by integersDivision to solve problemsDecimals as fractionsFractions to decimals
EnglishThe Tempest Comparative Sentences (GC)The Tempest How do you start sentences in different ways (GC)  The Tempest To know how to make sentences richer by adding detail (GC)  The Tempest To use relative clauses (GC)  The Tempest To identify and discuss themes and conventions in and across a wide range of writing. (GC)    
FoundationTopic Ancient EgyptR.E.P.S.H.E.Science  Computers
   P.E Fitness (GC) P.E Yoga (GC)

GC – Google Classroom

All lessons will be on Google Classroom , unless stated otherwise.

Records of achievement –

For this last week, all those that have submitted work will receive a record of achievement.


Other ending – a i o u
silent letters

Have a fab weekend!

Mr Powell

It’s Friday!

Good morning 6P!

Thank you for all the work that is being submitted.

I have been so impressed with your descriptive writing. I hope you are enjoying reading William Shakespeare’s Tempest. Remember that it is a play and designed to been seen rather than read!

I am looking closely at your maths and am putting the answers on Google Classroom each day so that you can check your work, and maybe correct it if you make any mistakes.

Today’s work is Maths, English and PE. Have a great day, and keep warm!

Here is your classroom, just in case you are missing it!

Mr Powell

Home Learning

Term 3 Week 1

Happy New Year!

I hope you had a good holiday and that you are all safe and well. Here is the timetable for this week’s Home learning.

Your learning will be posted every week on here but make sure that you can access Google Classroom for Mathematics and English and other lessons. Don’t forget to practise your weekly spelling and read as much as you can!

This term our topic is Egypt – I WANT MY MUMMY! We will start our topic next week.

Outdoor Learning / Art

How lovely to be able to get an hour’s fresh air every day – during this time you can complete this week’s challenge.

Out and About – Photo challenge

For today’s exercise walk, take a camera or Smart phone. Take a creative photograph to represent each of these themes. If you don’t have a camera or a phone you can sketch or draw or even paint something similar.

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Flying in the Air
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A forced perspective *
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A geometric pattern
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A ‘Can you guess what it is photo?’
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A living thing

*This is where you make something appear smaller or larger than it actually is, e.g. the classic shot of somebody pushing the Leaning Tower of Pisa up. 


This week’s spellings – remember to practise them as much as you can in different and fun ways!

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