Political Art in Year 6

“In Art today we took inspiration from Bansky and made political statements through the power of art.” Bashar

“We took images of historical moments and we coloured over them and transformed them into political statements.” Alfie

Homework 21.3.2019

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 also – 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. The spelling test takes place on Monday the 25th of March and homework is due in on Tuesday the 26th of March.

Literacy

Complete the comprehension

Numeracy

Complete the worksheets on missing angles

RE

Complete Crucifixion homework

Spellings

Learn the year 5,6 spelling list in preparation for the Spelling Bee at the end of this half term

Year 6 Homework 14/03/2019

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 also – 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. The spelling test takes place on Monday the 18th of March and homework is due in on Tuesday the 19th of March.

Literacy

Complete the comprehension

Numeracy

Complete the worksheets on the nth term

RE

Research the Via Dolorosa and draw a picture to represent your findings.

Spellings

Learn the year 5,6 spelling list in preparation for the Spelling Bee at the end of this half term

Investigating pulse in Malachi

In Science this week, Malachi class were investigating the effect exercise has on our heart rate (pulse).
To ensure our investigation would be a ‘fair test’, we identified our independent variable (the variable that will change), controlled variables (the things that stay the same) and dependent variable (what we will measure). Our independent variable was the amount of time that we exercised for (10 seconds, 20 seconds and 40 seconds.) Our controlled variables were: the people who were exercising (Ava, Anis and Nahome); the type of exercise (running on the spot) and the time given
to rest in between each round of exercise. Our dependent variable was our heart rate, which we measured in beats per minute (bpm).

This investigation was a fair test as the only variable being changed was the time spent exercising.
The majority of the class accurately predicted that heart rate would increase with exercise, as the heart needed to pump faster to supply the body with more oxygen.