Year 6 Homework WB 11.12.14
Remember to practise your spellings and multiplications for this week. Use the web links on the year 6 page for Numeracy and Literacy games to practise your skills.
Mr Cameron’s Set– Complete the following questions using the operations we have practised in class.
Miss Lynch’s Set – Complete questions using the expanded written method and also addition and subtraction, using the inverse method.
Try and do some research on the Heart as we will be learning more next week!
As we’re coming up to Christmas and need to prepare to demonstrate our fantastic singing voices, feel free to use these links to practice the carols we’re looking at in school!
Year 6 were lucky enough to experience what life was like for Victorian children in the comfort of their own school! Here are just some of the photos from our exciting day (more will be added later).
I was born on the 11th of January 1985, to a loving, caring family, in Dillons Cross, Cork City, Ireland. I don’t really remember that so much, but we then moved to Fairhill, because we got our own house. Fairhill ,where I grew up, was thankfully situated close to all the local amenities: shops; sporting hall; restaurants and churches. We had a busy enough household, because I’ve got two sisters (I’m the middle child) two dogs(Prince and Princess), a budgie(Frankie) and a tortoise(Lulu).
I attended a cosy, extraordinary Nursery. I was amazed that ‘big school’ was such an eventful place, full of colour , my favourite toys and most of all my giddy, silly friends. I remember my first time using paint in Nursery. I had no idea what was going to happen, when all of a sudden my hands where submerged in red paint, which felt as smooth as silk. I was elated nothing could have burst my bubble of happiness.
I awkwardly and anxiously arrived at my first day in Infants, wearing my crisp, brand new uniform. This was the most frightening day of my life. Firstly my mother deserted me at the door, followed swiftly by a woman, who spoke in a completely foreign language to me, cheerfully and mysteriously requesting we call her Muinteoir. I felt absolutely lost I couldn’t wait to get out of this place.
Use the planning sheet stuck into your homework books to note dawn 2-3 key points at each of the different stages of your life to write a short autobiography about yourselves. Look at the example below for guidance.
Miss Lynch’s Maths Set
Please use the sheet stuck in your homework book. Make sure you read the questions properly.