Year 6 Remote Learning
Welcome to the Year 6 Remote Learning Page
Welcome to the Year 6 remote learning page. On this page you will find:
o A weekly plan which includes daily learning tasks for English, Mathematics and other subject areas.
o Extra resources to support the learning tasks.
Weekly Remote Learning
- Year 6-7 Transition Session-9-Living-Well-1.pptx
- Year 6-7 Transition Session-8-Friendships-and-fallouts.pptx
- Year 6-7 Transition Session-7-What-is-normal-anyway.pptx
End of Lockdown Plans
- Sea Cadets
- Girls' Venture Corps Air Cadets
- St John's Ambulance Cadets
- Woodcraft Folk
- Young Kennel Club
- Super Camps
- Cambridge Cricket Club
- Cambridge Youth Rugby Club
UK Parliament 'Virtual' Trip
We're excited to announce that the UK Parliament has planned lots of 'virtual' trips that you can book for free in advance and enjoy from the comfort of your own home.
Have a look at the website below and ask your adults to book you on one of the fantastic tours.
As always, send your photos etc to your class emails.
Shirley Art Competition 2021
Upper Key Stage 2 English Challenges:
Once you have finished the English learning, try one of these additional challenges. You could also complete one of these as a warm up to break up your learning throughout the day.
Creative Writing Challenges
- Think of some questions that you could use in an interview with a family member. What would you like to ask them? Could this link to your history learning? Write down their answers or record them using a mobile device.
- Write a letter to a friend or family member. What would you like to tell them about?
- Write a postcard to your favourite author
- Create a menu for today’s meals that you will be eating (or cooking!) today
- Choose a toy, a household object or something in your food cupboard and make an advert to encourage people to buy it!
- Write a set of instructions to teach people how to play a simple game.
- Write a news report about something that has happened to you recently.
- Write a book review of the book you are reading. What is it about? Who would you recommend it to?
- Make some “top ten” lists. What are your top ten book characters, or books made into films, for example?
- Make a stop motion animation that tells a story. We like Stop Motion Studio on the App Store, but others are available to download too.
- Create a comic strip that shows what you did yesterday, or what you would love to do tomorrow.
- Read the dictionary (or another book in your home) and make a note of some words that you have not seen before. What do they mean?
- Write a letter to your teacher. What would you like to tell them?
- Choose characters from different books and imagine that they came together in a new story. Imagine what they might do together.
- Think of an alternative ending to one of your favourite books.
Upper Key Stage 2 Maths Challenges:
Try these more challenging Maths activities once you've completed your daily remote learning.
Check out the language links below to help your French and Spanish skills!
Science and STEM activities:
Check out the attached activities for some activities geared towards helping you develop your science, technology, engineering and maths skills.
Home learning resources to support pupils to continue to learn about their world.
Remember to exercise with Joe Wicks every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 9am!
We've been thinking of some great activities and organisations you might want to join when lockdown is over. Have a look at these webpages and make a list of all the wonderful things you'd like to try!
Previous Remote Learning