Year 6 16-17

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    Y6 (both classes)

    Your homework is to learn your lines for the leaver's song (Perfect Day by Lou Reed with adapted lyrics). You have been given a copy of this in class.

    Members of my class have also been requested to bring in a small box, e.g. cereal or pet food size to make our cam mechanisms. Please bring in Monday; the lesson will be at some point at the start of the next week. Please also bring a t-shirt as we will be painting/gluing.

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    Y6 homework

    Please finish your entry to the play tickets front cover. Hand in to me on Monday 3rd July. Please use pencil and ensure you remember to space things out - it will be shrunk down to a5 from a4.

    Portrait, not landscape.

    Don't forget to leave space for the date/time of the show.

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    Y6 costume requests attached. Please speak to Mrs Standen or Miss Morris if you have any issues.

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    Year 6 reminder

    As SATs are now over, we would like you to return your red maths study books which have been on loan from the school this year on Monday. You may keep your white question books.

  • Ms. Dienel's avatar

    Just to confirm, no Science of History homework from me. Maths from your set teachers and English due Monday 22nd please.

    • Isabella B.
      Isabella B. said May 20, 2017

      What is the maths homework for Miss Dienels maths set?

    • alex f.
      Alex F. said May 21, 2017

      Toss the £2 50p and 5p 30 times to see if you get heads or tails

    • Ms. Dienel
      Ms. Dienel said May 21, 2017

      It's on our maths set page.

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    English / other homework

    Next week, we are coming up with a Greek creation myth, in the style of The Adventures of Odysseus (the book we've been reading). I would like you to come up with a mythical creature and how it came to be, which will help you write your story next week. I have attached a document with a similar final product (although not to do with Greek myths!) which might help you think about ideas. We will write character descriptions of them tomorrow, so you may want to draw a sketch or start thinking about them tonight.
    Please bring your thoughts to Monday's lesson.

    English / other homework

    Next week, we are coming up with a Greek creation myth, in the style of The Adventures of Odysseus (the book we've been reading). I would like you to come up with a mythical creature and how it came to be, which will help you write your story next week. I have attached a document with a similar final product (although not to do with Greek myths!) which might help you think about ideas. We will write character descriptions of them tomorrow, so you may want to draw a sketch or start thinking about them tonight.
    Please bring your...

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    Dear all,

    Just to confirm - no homework this week from me!

    Please enjoy the weekend by spending time with your families, eating well and getting lots of rest as next week will be busy.

    Best wishes to you all.

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    Y6 Science homework due 27.4.17

    Find out about Issac Newton. Who was he? Where/when did he live? What was he famous for? Family? Career? Achievements? Bring as much detail as possible.

    As we will be working on this in class, there is no need to produce a poster etc. but please do bring your notes and any helpful websites you come across.

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    English homework due Tuesday 25th April

    We have been looking at formal (also known as Standard English) and informal writing this week. Please complete the sheet given to you in class.

    Extra challenge: Write a brief conversation or story (much like we did in class about Tyler being in trouble) showing you can shift between a formal character and informal features. I have attached the help sheet for you to support you.

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    Year 6 Easter Homework

    After the Easter break, our topic will be ‘It’s All Greek to Me’! We will be thinking about Ancient Greece. Your holiday homework is to create a front cover for the topic on a piece of A4 paper. Please do this in portrait, not landscape.
    You may want to include some facts you have found out about Ancient Greece, some pictures or a mixture of both! You may use a computer or draw by hand. Please do remember that our CLJ books are slightly smaller than A4, so your work will need to be trimmed to fit accordingly. Please bring to the first day back.
    We are also sending your most recent maths and grammar papers home for you to see areas to focus on. SAM Learning and mathsframe are good sites to help (username = wheatcroft; password = stanstead). We would like these returned back after Easter.
    If you would like to look at the answers, these are available online:
    https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/ke...
    https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/ke...
    An explanation of how the government uses the scores from your papers (raw scores) and converts them to a scaled scores is here:
    https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/...
    A scaled score of 100 is considered that you have met the expected standard in this area. Whatever your score, it is a good idea to identify areas you feel less confident in and target your revision to these areas; remember the papers are only an indication of how you perform on one day. We know you are all fabulous in many different ways! Above all, we would like to make sure you have a good rest during the break and are ready for a busy Summer term.
    Have a lovely Easter,
    MIss Dienel

    Year 6 Easter Homework

    After the Easter break, our topic will be ‘It’s All Greek to Me’! We will be thinking about Ancient Greece. Your holiday homework is to create a front cover for the topic on a piece of A4 paper. Please do this in portrait, not landscape.
    You may want to include some facts you have found out about Ancient Greece, some pictures or a mixture of both! You may use a computer or draw by hand. Please do remember that our CLJ books are slightly smaller than A4, so your work will need to be trimmed to fit accordingly. Please bring to the first...

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    • oliver b.
      Oliver B. said Apr 17, 2017

      Is there an answer page so that we can know what the answers are to correct our mistakes

    • Ms. Dienel
      Ms. Dienel said Apr 19, 2017

      Yes - see above there is a link in my post!