Year 6 Homework 13.12.18
Remember to practise your spellings and multiplications and to read your reading record every night (30 minutes).
Please remember to get your reading record signed – indicate the name of the book and pages being read eg. Charlie and the Glass Elevator, Pages 1 – 52.
Use the web links on the year 6 page for Numeracy and Literacy games to practise your skills.
Homework is due in on Tuesday 18th December.
Write your own autobiography. Include subheadings such as: Place of birth, family, schooling etc.
Complete the Arithmetic paper (give yourself 30 mins)
Complete the AT2 questions on the RE Blog.
Choose a Victorian invention to research and write a paragraph explaining the impact it has had on our life today.
In Year 6 we have been exploring the work of Victorian artist William Morris. We have been mimicking his work in our sketchbooks and making our own floral and nature themed designs based on his work. Today we chose our favourite and etched it on to a piece of polystyrene to use to make multiple prints of the same design. It was lots of fun and so interesting to see how different everyones designs were!
Today we compared the biographies of Anne Frank, Tom Daly, Barak Obama and Florence Nightingale. We looked at the organisational features and structural features, noting down key words or phrases we might use in our own writing. We then ranked the biographies deciding which we thought was the best and why.
Today, year 6 were welcomed by the Catholic Children’s Society (CCS) to be part of the Nativity Service in Westminster Cathedral. It was such a joy to celebrate with all the children from across the diocese. Our head boy Harry and head girl Alice were delighted to drop off our donation to help those in need this Christmas. We were delighted to support the Catholic Children’s Society in the incredible work they do.
If you would like to donate to the CCS, please visit : https://www.cathchild.org.uk/donate/