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Home Learning Year 6

Home Learning in the event of your child or class having to self-isolate

Should your child need to isolate, home learning will be provided by their class teacher.

Should your child's class need to isolate, online live lessons or teaching videos will be arranged by your child's class teacher. You will be contacted by telephone or via the schools Weduc app with further information.

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Home Learning 29.6.20


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 Home Learning 22.6.20


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Year 6

Home Learning 25.5.20

Here’s some ideas of fun activities you can do as a family!

Emotional Well-Being

Dance Challenge:

Can you and your family create your own show? Rehearse it and invite family members to watch via video call.

Make a family meal

Can you plan, make or help make a family meal. Sit down together and talk.

Grow some plants.

If you have seeds at home, plant them, look after them and watch them grow.

If not, plant an apple or orange seed and see what happens.

Mood Walk

Use the video to look at how we look when feel in different moods.

https://family.gonoodle.com/

activities/mood-walk

 Create a shared piece of art:

Everybody works on a large paper and starts creating and set a timer. When the timer goes swap places and continue creating.

 Photograph your Walk

Whilst you are doing your daily exercise take photos of anything flowers you see. Take photos using different angles and views.

Have a family Sleepover

Have a family sleepover in the living room. Plan the snacks you are going to eat, the games you will play or the movies you will watch.

Face Time your family

Face time a family member or friend you miss seeing.

  

Learn how to draw… A Cat

As a family all attempt to draw a dog by following the instructions and then show one another.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y8oTyNH0bQk

Skittles Experiment

Have a go at this cool experiment.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BAAr7EvqWPk

Baking

Can you and your family make Fairy Cakes

https://www.bbcgoodfood.com/

recipes/iced-fairy-cakes

 Selfie Fun

Collect props from around your house and make your own photo booth.


 Home Learning 18.5.20

All activities are about 20-30 minutes suggested learning time of what you should do this week.

Day Writing/ Reading Phonics/ Spelling Maths Wider Curriculum

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This week we are focussing on

Follow this link to watch the story which will inspire your writing this week.  Then read the story starter attached as a word document. 

 

Retell the story in your own words: So basically...

What is the story about?  Who are the main characters?

Wing_It_-_Story_starter

 

This week’s spellings are…

preference preferring

preferred

referral

referred

referring

transferring

transferred

transference

reference

referee

Rule:

When adding ing, ed or al to a word ending fer, you always double the r.

When adding ence or ee, just add it.

This week we are learning…

All about multiplying and dividing fractions.

 

  You will again be given a question and answer sheet for each day. 

Here’s a list of things you should do every day:

 

Do your daily exercise with Joe Wicks!

9.00-9.30

Type The Body Coach TV into YouTube

A daily quiz about the learning you have done this year! Send your answers to your teacher!

 

Read a book or be read to.

 

Practise your times tables on TT Rock Stars!

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This week, you are going to create an ending for the story.  You can use the ending of the animation or you can create your own innovation idea.

Create a story plan for how the story will end.  You will need to include opportunities for your characters to share dialogue.

Create a poster which helps to explain the spelling rule when adding a suffix to a word ending in fer

Tuesday_Questions 

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The grammar we will focus on this week is building tension/suspense.

Read the attached text: Suspense Text.

What techniques does the author use to help build up suspense and tension?  Create a check list of different techniques.

E.g.

 Practise your spellings in a different way today!

  • look, say, cover, write, check
  • coloured spellings
  • pyramid spelling

Wednesday Questions

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Using the grammar from yesterday, write a sentence for each of these suspense techniques.  Make sure your sentences are based on your story ending ideas.

  • show, don’t say
  • short sentence
  • detailed description

sudden/mysterious sound  

Write a sentence which contains each of your spellings or write a short paragraph/story which uses them all correctly.

Thursday Questions

Answers

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Write the next part of the story based on the picture you created on Tuesday.

Make sure you include your planned sentences from yesterday and try to be descriptive.  You don’t have to write a complete story; it could be a cliff hanger.  

Email me a copy by Friday please.

Get your parent or a sibling to test you on this week’s spellings!

Email me to let me know your score

TT Rockstars – Can you score more than 50 in a minute? 

 Our topic this week is Mayans

Active Bodies and Minds: keeping healthy – ideas linked to PE - fitness and activity, dance, yoga

Capoeira dance

https://primaryschooldance.co.uk/2020/01/22/capoeira-dance/

 

Fun with stories and words – words, reading and stories, poems, books and literacy

 

https://readon.myon.co.uk/reader/index.html?a=sbnp_sky_f16

 

 

Quiz by Friday -

https://ukhosted17.renlearn.co.uk

/2242463/AR/

StudentApp/Home.aspx

Fun at Home - cooking, around the house, helping round the house.

 

 

Since you are looking at chocolate as part of our Mayan work –try baking sometime that includes chocolate.

Our Amazing Authors – authors ideas around reading, writing and books.

https://s22428.pcdn.co/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/WODW_

Activity_Geronimo_Part2.pdf

 

Have a go at drawing like Tony Ross – who illustrates The Worst Children for David Walliams.

Get creative - art, crafts and design technology

 

Mayans used hieroglyphs to write.  Follow this link to create a name hieroglyph for your bedroom door

http://www.paleoaliens.com/event/

mayan_glyphs/index.html

Can you work out what this one says?

Music and play - tongue twisters, drama games and warm ups, role play, music

 

What can you learn about tempo in music?

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/

articles/z682xyc

 

Time to Think - assemblies and thoughts for the day and key messages

 

We’ve thought about the people who inspire us, so now take some time and think about who you aspire to be?

 

What profession would you like to pursue?

 

Active Bodies and Minds: keeping healthy – ideas linked to PSHE - wellbeing, meditation, social games

https://family.gonoodle.com

/activities/from-mindless-to-mindful

Our Wonderful World – ideas linked to Geography and our world, and History and the past

 

What is the relationship between the Mayans and chocolate?

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/a

rticles/zngsqp3

Our Wonderful World

Before we closed school, we used knowledge organisers in Science. They include key vocabulary, and key facts about the topic we are learning about.

 

Using all the information you have learned so far on Mayans – have a go at creating a Mayan Knowledge organiser.

 Super Science - science learning and experiments

 

Do some research on facts regarding the human body, using this website to help.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/

topics/zcyycdm

Create a quiz using the facts you have discovered.

We can even send them out to your fellow classmates. Don’t forget to include the answers

Fun with numbers – ideas for maths and number work ideas

 

A video by Mrs Murray helping you understand all about factors and multiples.

 

https://offschool.org.uk/fun-with-numbers/factors-and-multiples/

 Home Learning 11.5.20

All activities are about 20-30 minutes suggested learning time of what you should do this week.

Day Writing/ Reading Phonics/ Spelling Maths Wider Curriculum

M

 This week we are continuing a story called Alice.

Follow the link to look at the story picture for this week’s writing. Read the story starter; then retell it in your own words.  So basically....

https://www.pobble365.com/

Discuss these questions with your family.  What do they dream about?

This week’s spellings are…

enough

though

thought

rough

cough

bought

drought

tough

although

plough

thorough

brought

 Rule:

It is not the spelling which makes these words tricky, they all use ough. But, the ough produce different sounds when the words are said, making them tricky to spell.

 This week we are learning…

 All about equivalent, adding and subtracting fractions.  You will again be given a question and answer sheet for each day.  There is not a sheet for Friday but please challenge yourself on BBC  Bitesize KS2 or KS3.

 

There are also TT Rockstars tournaments at present so please work hard for your band.

Here’s a list of things you should do every day:

 

Do your daily exercise with Joe Wicks!

9.00-9.30

Type The Body Coach TV into YouTube

A daily quiz about the learning you have done this year! Send your answers to your teacher!

 

Read a book or be read to.

 

Practise your times tables on TT Rock Stars!

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Draw a picture of what Alice sees/dreams next.  Label your illustration using coordinating conjunctions (FANBOYS).  E.g. The cards are muddled up so they need sorting out by Alice.

If you need a reminder of how to use coordinating conjunctions, watch this familiar face: 

https://offschool.org.uk/

Sort your spellings into groups based on how they sound when you say them out loud.

E.g. uff sounds, ort sounds, off sounds

https://www.bbc.co.uk/

 

W

 The grammar we will focus on this week is semi colons.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/

Top tip: semi colons are often used to replace coordinating conjunctions (FANBOYS)

Look at your sentences from yesterday.  Can any of the FANBOYS be replaced with punctuation?

 Practise your spellings in a different way today!

  • look, say, cover, write, check
  • coloured spellings

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Using the grammar from yesterday, write 5 sentences which could be used in your story.  Make sure that each sentence contains a semi-colon link.  E.g.

                                    

 Write a mnemonic to help remember the spelling order of ough.

A mnemonic uses a word for each letter, such as Silly Ants In Dustbins = said

 

F

Write the next part of the story based on the picture you created on Tuesday.

Make sure you include your planned sentences from yesterday and try to be descriptive.  You don’t have to write a complete story; it could be a cliff hanger.   Email me a copy by Friday please.

Get your parent or a sibling to test you on this week’s spellings!

Email me to let me know your score

 

Topic – Week Beginning: 11th May 2020  Year Group: 6

At this time of year, in Year 6 we would usually be taking part in learning to speak French with Madame Patterson.  Unfortunately, it won’t be possible this year so we are going to have a French topic week instead.

Active Bodies and Minds: keeping healthy – ideas linked to PE - fitness and activity, dance, yoga

https://www.bing.com/

 Follow the link to take part in a daily 5 minute workout where you will learn the French words for different movements.  Have fun!

 Fun with stories and words – words, reading and stories, poems, books and literacy

Listen to the story Frau Holle:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/ 

  • Who do you think Frau Holle is?
  • Why did the mother throw her Clara down the well?
  • Retell the story in your own words.

Can you make a list of the French words you recognised?

 

Fun at Home - cooking, around the house, helping round the house.

Fruit Salad

Using the vocabulary sheet attached below, can you create a recipe for a fruit salad?  Write a list of the ingredients you use.

 

Can you take a photo or draw a picture and label it using the French vocabulary?

 Our Amazing Authors – authors ideas around reading, writing and books.

How many different French authors can you name?

I’ll start you off with three of my favourites:

  • Alexandra Dumas - The Three Musketeers
  • Victor Hugo - The Hunchback of Notre-Dame
  • Jules Verne - Around the World in Eighty Days
Can you name 3 more French authors?

Get creative - art, crafts and design technology

Draw a floor map of your own home.  Label each room using French words. 

 

Can you write a sentence about your home in French?

Music and play - tongue twisters, drama games and warm ups, role play, music

Try these tricky French tongue twisters:

  • Je suis ce que je suis, et si je suis ce que je suis, qu’est-ce que je suis ?

Translation: I am what I am, and if I am what I am, what am I?

  • Cinq chiens chassent six chats.

Translation: Five dogs hunt six cats.

 

Start by saying them slowly.  Once you are confident, why not race other members of your family to see who can repeat them 5 times.

Can you write a French tongue twister of your  own?

Time to Think - assemblies and thoughts for the day and key messages

 Every day, wake up and welcome the world.  Tell the people around you how you are feeling and ask them about their own day too. 

Be kind, be thoughtful, be honest.

 

Bonjour.  Ca va?

 Active Bodies and Minds: keeping healthy – ideas linked to PSHE - wellbeing, meditation, social games

 

Heads, Shoulders, Knees and Toes!

Use the vocabulary bank below to help sing this well-known song in French.

 

Can you teach the song to another member of your family? 

The World Outside – ideas for outdoor learning and nature

French Rainbow

Create a rainbow for your window/garden/path using the French colour words.

 

Super Science - science learning and experiments

Parts of the body

Use the vocabulary at the bottom of this page to play the game: Simo dit point à votre... (Simon says, point to your...)

 

Play this game with members of your family to help them, and you, learn the French words for different parts of your body.

 

 

Our Wonderful World – ideas linked to Geography and our world, and History and the past

 

Use your research skills to create a fact file or poster about French culture.  This could be about the people, the places, the food or something else.

 

Can you present your information to members of your family, using French words and phrases?

Fun with numbers – ideas for maths and number work ideas

 

The French number system is very different to the English.  We say the ten then the one, e.g. seventy-four.

In French 74 would be said as 60+14 (soixante-quatorze).

Investigate numbers 70 - 100.  This link will help:

https://www.frenchnumbers.org.uk/

   

    

Home Learning 04.5.20

All activities are about 20-30 minutes suggested learning time of what you should do this week.

Day Writing/ Reading Phonics/ Spelling Maths Wider Curriculum
M

 This week we are writing a newspaper report.

Follow this picture link to look at the story picture for this week’s writing.

https://www.pobble365.com/
Read the magazine article about this amazing invention.  Why do you think the inventor thinks it will change the world?  Discuss the invention with someone in your family.  Tell them why it is environmentally friendly.

 

 

This week’s spellings are…

licence

license

practice

practise

advice

device

devise

entice  

advertisement advise

Rule:

words ending in ce are nouns

words ending in se are verbs

 This week we are learning about Angles in quadrilaterals and polygons and some problem solving. Use the links provided to help you.

 

Angles in special quadrilaterals.

https://whiterosemaths.com/

Monday Questions

Monday Answers

 Here’s a list of things you should do every day:

 

Do your daily exercise with Joe Wicks! 9.00-9.30

Type The Body Coach TV into YouTube

 

A daily quiz about the learning you have done this year! Send your answers to your teacher!

 

 

 

Read a book or be read to.

 

Practise your times tables on TT Rock Stars!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

T

 Create a plan for your newspaper report.

You will need to think about:

  • headline
  • 5 Ws - keep it short
  • expanded facts
  • opinions/quotes (direct and reported) 
  • conclusion

 

 

 Practise the spellings by writing the nouns with a picture of what they are.

 

Practise the verbs by spelling them and acting them out.

 

 Angles in Polygons

 https://whiterosemaths.com/

 

Tuesday Questions

Tuesday answers

W

 The grammar we will focus on this week is passive voice.

Passive voice always helps to keep your writing in a more formal tone.  Follow this link to watch the videos and complete the passive learning activities.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/

Using the grammar, write a paragraph for your own newspaper report which explains what the invention is and how it might change the world.  Make sure you use at least 3 examples of passive voice (top tip: can it end with by X).

 

 Practise your spellings in a different way today!

  • look, say, cover, write, check
  • coloured spellings

Write each spelling word in a sentence or write a paragraph which uses all of the spellings.  The trickiest homophones are license and licence.  Can you write a definition for each of them?

 

 Problem solving

https://whiterosemaths.com/

Wednesday Questions

Wednesday Answers

T

 

 

Write your full newspaper report, telling the world about this new invention.  Make sure you include your planned paragraph from yesterday to show you can use passive voice.

Email me a copy by Thursday please.

                                    

Get your parent or a sibling to test you on this week’s spellings!

Email me to let me know your score.

Problem solving

https://whiterosemaths.com/

Thursday Questions

Thursday answers

 

 

Our topic this week is VE Day

 Active Bodies and Minds: keeping healthy – ideas linked to PE - fitness and activity, dance, yoga

 

During the celebrations of VE Day, children would have played hop scotch, skipping, four square, or even marbles.

 

On your daily exercise trip or in your garden, can you play one these games.

 Fun with stories and words – words, reading and stories, poems, books and literacy

https://readon.myon.co.uk/

 

Read this book about WW2 and then quiz by Friday on AR.

 

Fun at Home - cooking, around the house, helping round the house.

 

Research a recipe from 1945 – Have a go at recreating it at home with an adult.

 

 

Don’t forget to send us pictures.

 

 

 Our Amazing Authors – authors ideas around reading, writing and books.

 

Michael Murpurgo has written many fantastic book, many which are set in the backdrop of war.

 

Create a fact file on Michael Murpurgo.

 Get creative - art, crafts and design technology

 

Take part in our VE day poster competition (Competition details attached)

 

Be as creative as you want.

May the best artist win.

 VE day competition

Music and play - tongue twisters, drama games and warm ups, role play, music

https://www.bbc.co.uk/

 

Can you create your own song/poem or even a short drama linked to VE Day celebrations

 

 Time to Think - assemblies and thoughts for the day and key messages

 

This week marks the 75th anniversary of VE day.

Take a few moments and think about what that moment would have felt like?

Will you have a similar feeling when Coronavirus is eliminated and we can start to see our friends and return to school?

 Active Bodies and Minds: keeping healthy – ideas linked to PSHE - wellbeing, meditation, social games

https://app.gonoodle.com/

 The World Outside – ideas for outdoor learning and nature

Create a bug hotel

 

You will need:

A range of materials, such as moss, dry leaves, straw, woodchips, bark, pine cones, hollow bamboo canes or plastic straws, terracotta plant pots, plastic bottles, slate or terracotta tiles, roofing felt, cardboard boxes, string.

 

Create a tally/table to record and observe your ‘guests’.

https://www.rspb.org.uk/

Super Science - science learning and experiments

What activity makes you sweat the most?

How could you set up an investigation into this question?  What would your variables be?

 Our Wonderful World – ideas linked to Geography and our world, and History and the past

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/

 

Write a short paragraph or fact file on why VE day is so important to British History?

 Fun with numbers – ideas for maths and number work ideas

 

 

 

 

 

Can you solve this calculation?

 

      Reading     

Below is a video that explains how to access our Reading platform where you can choose reading books for your child.

https://readon.myon.co.uk

Once you have chosen and read a book you can take the AR quiz for that book by clicking on the link below 

https://ukhosted17.renlearn.co.uk/2242463/default.aspx

 

Home Learning 27.4.20

All activities are about 20-30 minutes suggested learning time of what you should do this week.

Day

 

Writing/Grammar

 

Spelling

Maths

Wider Curriculum

Monday

This week our story is The Lego Disaster.

Click on the link to look at the story picture for this week’s writing.

 

 https://www.pobble365.com/crash

 Read the story starter about Lawrence the Lego pilot, and then discuss the questions with members of your family.  Why do you think he crashed?

This week’s spellings are…

suspicious

cautious

ambitious

infectious

nutritious

fictitious

delicious

vicious

precious

conscious

 

Rule:

tious can be replaced with tion to create a noun.

This week we are learning a number of mathematical concepts.  Again, your worksheet and answer sheet for each day will be provided so please do your best when answering the questions and then mark them.  If you have got incorrect answers then please try to work out where you went wrong…

Calculating scale factors

Questions

 

Answers 

Here’s a list of things you should do every day:

 

Do your daily exercise with Joe Wicks! 9.00-9.30

Type The Body Coach TV into YouTube


  


A daily quiz about the learning you have done this year!

Click on the buttons below

Light Sticky Quiz

Tectonic Plates Quiz

Send your answers to your teacher!  

 Read a book or be read to.

Practise your times tables on TT Rock Stars!

Tuesday

Create your own toy disaster using some of the things in your home. 

Take a photo/draw it and then add descriptive labels for the picture. 

Aim to use adjectives, prepositions and adverbs.

Practise the spellings using:

Pyramid spellings

Use different colours to write the word

 

 

Ratio and proportion

Questions

 

Answers

Wednesday

The grammar we will focus on this week is descriptive phrases.

Write a definition of these three types of phrases.  Then create a vocabulary list with good examples of useful words and phrases.

adverbial phrases

prepositional phrases

noun phrases

 

 

 

Practise your spellings in a different way today!

 

 

Protractor measurements

 

Questions

Answers

Thursday

Using the grammar from yesterday, write a short descriptive paragraph of your own toy disaster.  Make sure you try to use meaningful description by putting it with actions and activity, e.g. ‘the sharp plastic sword, which glistened under the bedroom light, pierced the beige carpet, narrowly missing the poor rag doll’s arm’ 

Write each spelling word in a sentence or write a paragraph which uses all of the spellings.

 

Angles

Questions

Answers

 

Friday

Write the story of what happened to your own toys.  Remember to include your planned paragraph from yesterday.

Send your story by email to your class teacher. We’d love to see it!

Get your parent or a sibling to test you on this week’s spellings!

You could email your teacher to tell them how you did!

Calculating angles

Questions

Answers

 

Our topic this week is Mayans

 

Active Bodies and Minds: keeping healthy – ideas linked to PE - fitness and activity, dance, yoga

https://www.youtube.com

 

Dance along to the Mayan music in the clip. Close your eyes and let the music guide you. What type of movements are you making?

Fun with stories and words – words, reading and stories, poems, books and literacy

As our new topic is Mayans, the text we would like you to read this week is called The Mayans by Louise Spilsbury. It is a 5.8 and available to quiz on AR.

https://readon.myon.co.uk

 

Read the book and quiz by Friday

Fun at Home - cooking, around the house, helping round the house.

Help your parents with some cooking this week. How about chopping some veg for them? Remember always be careful in the kitchen and make sure you have an adult supervising you at all times.

Don’t forget to send us your cooking pictures!

Our Amazing Authors – authors ideas around reading, writing and books.

With BGT back on or TVs, I thought we could look at David Walliams, who has very kindly been releasing extracts from his books on his website.

https://www.worldofdavidwalliams

Do a little research what inspired this famous comedian to become a children’s author? How many books has he written? Is he like any of his crazy characters?

Get creative - art, crafts and design technology

 

Could you recreate any Mayan Musical instruments at home using milk bottles or cardboard boxes?

Music and play - tongue twisters, drama games and warm ups, role play, music

 

Listen to the music in the clip from Active Bodies and Minds. What instruments are being used?

Time to Think - assemblies and thoughts for the day and key messages

During this time of a Global emergency, it is clear there some incredible heroes out there working to keep our country going and importantly keep us safe.

Who has inspired you during this time and why?

Active Bodies and Minds: keeping healthy – ideas linked to PSHE - wellbeing, meditation, social games

It is important in these unprecedented times to take a moment and look after our mental well-being, which just as important as our physical bodies.

Use the Go Noodle website or the app to do some breathing activities. I recommend Bear Breath. https://family.gonoodle.com/

The World Outside – ideas for outdoor learning and nature

Super Science - science learning and experiments

Our new Science topic is: The Human Body. Write down all the facts you already know about the Human body in a spider diagram.

Our Wonderful World – ideas linked to Geography and our world, and History and the past

Do some research and using the Map knowledge we acquired before the holidays, find out where the Mayans came from and how long ago they lived.

Fun with numbers – ideas for maths and number work ideas


How many Triangles can you spot?

Easter Challenge Answers

You can tweet your score at @BFPSOfficial

 

Easter Challenge Activities

The Great BFPS Family Easter Quiz Challenge

 

Have fun as a family answering the Easter Quiz questions. There are 20 general knowledge questions and a picture round. When you have completed the quiz, email your answers back to your child’s class teacher at their home learning email address. If you have more than one child at the school, you can send your answers to all of their class teachers. Closing date for replies is Sunday 19th April 2020. If you are the brainiest family in your child’s class, you will receive an email from the teacher letting you know that you have won!

There are no prizes, just glory!

The answers will be posted in the Home Learning section of the school website on Monday 20th April 2020. We invite you to mark your own and join in our Twitter feed by telling us your score in the twitter comments! Get ready for the quiz by following Braunstone Frith Primary School on Twitter.

Below are some suggestions if you are running out of entertainment ideas over the Easter holidays - Stay safe and have fun!

It is important that your child doesn't miss out on their education because of this closure. We have made every effort to ensure that your child can carry on learning and maintain their progress. To this end, your child has been sent home with a Home Learning Pack.

Inside each pack are home learning sheets with activities. These activities can be repeated on a daily basis. They can be recorded in the book or sheets provided as part of the pack. Year 6 children have been provided with past papers. There are also a list of websites that you can visit and programmes your children can watch.

The home learning books will be checked by the class teacher on your child's return to school.

Your child should be doing the following activities each day;

  • Reading / Spelling / Sight words
  • Practising their Times Tables 
  • A Writing activity
  • A Maths activity

Should you have any questions you can contact your child's class teacher using the email address for their year group. Emails will be responded to during working hours. Year 6 children have been given a phone number which they can call or text during working hours.

homelearning6g@braunstonefrith.leicester.sch.uk

homelearning6t@braunstonefrith.leicester.sch.uk

homelearning6vm@braunstonefrith.leicester.sch.uk

homelearning6am@braunstonefrith.leicester.sch.uk

 

Home Learning Activity Pack

Useful Websites

All can be found by typing into Google Search:

You can also use the following link which is a practise tool in the same style as the Multiplication Check children will take in June 

https://www.timestables.co.uk/multiplication-tables-check/

On-line safety

Please be aware that if your child is on-line they may be able to chat with other gamers or people that they have added as friends that they don’t actually know. All children have been taught how to report a concern either by telling a trusted adult or by clicking the report button on the CEOPS website;

https://www.ceop.police.uk/Safety-Centre/Should-I-make-a-report-to-CEOP-YP/

  

If you have serious concerns you can call the police on 999 or

childline on 0800 1111