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Year 6 - Ivy

Teacher:  Mr Day                                                                                  Teaching Assistant:  Mrs Henderson

To help keep your children engaged and learning at home during this time, we wanted to provide your family with some structure. We have created a weekly home learning timetable for you to follow. 

Whilst this may seem prescriptive, it's intention is to BBC Bitesize on Twitter: "Studying at home away from friends and ...help, so please feel free to adapt it to meet your child's needs. Relevant supporting documents will be uploaded on the Homebased Learning page and on SeeSaw daily, including links to free activities and games. 

All are of a good quality and have been selected to best support the needs of this year group. However, feel free to access other Year group resources for revision, consolidation or extra challenge.   

They are all also free to use, but may require passwords that have been sent home, either as individual cards or via Marvellous Me

Recommended  Weekly Home Learning Timetable
Time Suggested Activity Ideas and Resources
9:00 - 9:30 PE Activities
9:45 - 10:45

Learning Time:
Literacy

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  • Word of the Day 
  • Check the ‘Homebased Learning’ tab (on the right hand side) for your daily/weekly tasks.
  • Check Seesaw for any additional tasks/communication from your teacher.
  • Complete tasks in your home learning packs
  • Handwriting
  • Spelling Practice (these will be set on a Monday, with Purple Mash activities to support)
10:45 - 11:00 Break clipart breaktime, Break breaktime Transparent FREE for ...
  • Pop out for a walk or other exercise!
  • Remember to have a healthy snack such as a piece of fruit and don’t forget to wash your hands before you eat. For ideas: healthier-snacks-for-kids
11:00 - 12:00

Learning Time: Mathematics

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  • White Rose Maths - Every day, there’s a learning video  to watch and a link to that day’s BBC Bitesize page for more information and even more lesson content.

  • Check the ‘Homebased Learning’ tab (on the right hand side) for your daily/weekly tasks and Seesaw for any additional tasks. (Mental Arithmetic)

  • Complete tasks in your home learning packs
  • Mathletics
  • Times Table Rock Stars 
  • Times table grids
12:00 - 12:30 

Reading

 

 

 

 

 

  • Choose one of your favourite books and read for half an hour.
  • Read lots of different types of texts and discuss them
  • 30 minutes reading and associated Accelerated Reader quizzes
  • Comprehension tasks - check the ‘Homebased Learning’ tab (on the right hand side) or Seesaw for any additional tasks
  • Book Trust Our Book finder will help you discover the very best kids' books. 
  • Recommended Reads for Year 6
12:30 - 1:30 Lunchtime Clip Art
  • Remember to wash your hands before eating!
  • Make (or help with) your lunch and eat.
  • Help to clear away after.
  • If you have a garden or balcony, try to get some fresh air after lunch. 
1:30 - 2:00

Learning Time:
Reading Comprehension

Check the ‘Homebased Learning’ tab (on the right hand side) for your daily/weekly tasks or Seesaw for any specific suggestions.Outcome/purpose:
To develop understanding of the meaning of texts.

2:00 - 2.45

Wider Curriculum - Check the ‘Homebased Learning’ tab (on the right hand side) for your daily/weekly tasks or Seesaw for any specific suggestions.
One activity each day only

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  • Humanities (Monday)
  • Spanish (Tuesday)
  • Science (Wednesday)
  • Humanities (Thursday)
  • Creative Arts (Friday)

BBC Bitesize Daily Lessons

Bitesize Daily lessons schedule - BBC Teach

  • History (Monday)
  • Geography (Tuesday)
  • Science (Wednesday)
  • Music (Thursday)
  • PHSE/Wellbeing (Friday)
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  • Charanga Music 
    Music and Me is part of a series of units focusing on inspirational women working in music. The series explores the concept of ‘identity’ – the various elements that shape us.

    In this unit, we start with gender, with reference to social and cultural differences.
2.45 - 3.30 Practical STEM
  • STEM stands for science, technology, engineering and maths.
  • Carrying out STEM-based activities is a brilliant way to develop problem solving skills, encourage critical thinking and promote investigation.
  • Choose one of the challenges to try out.
3:30 - 4:30

Outdoor Activities

  • play outside
  • go on a scavenger hunt
  • create patterns and pictures with natural objects
  • plant flowers or vegetables
  • ride on your bike or scooter
  • as a family, leave the house for exercise. 
4:30 - 5:00

Phone a Family Member or Friend 

GUIDANCE: Making a telephone call can be an easy way to stay connected when you are unable to visit your friends or family.

 

 

 

 

  • Telephone  - Telephone Number Instructions
  1. Decide who you are going to call. You may need to ask an adult to help you find the correct telephone number.
  2. Dial the number (or get an adult to help you).
  3. If the person you are calling answers the phone, you can begin your conversation. You could tell them who you are with, what you have been doing or how you have been feeling.
  4. If the person you are calling does not answer the phone, you can leave a message for them or simply hang up.
  5. When you have finished your conversation, end the call or hand the phone to an adult.
  • Top Tips
    You could make a list of what to talk about before making your phone call so that you don’t miss anything out!
    Remember to check with an adult before making any phone calls.
    If you have a smart phone, you could video call your family member or friend so you can see them as well as talk to them! 

5:00- 8:00

Family Time

 

  • Help to prepare your meal and help set the table.
  • Eat as a family.
  • Help with the washing up and tidy away.
  • Family movie night
  • Audible Stories 
  • World of David Walliams 
  • Play games together
  • Share what you have enjoyed about the day, discuss what you would like to do tomorrow,
  • Contact any family members you haven’t been able to see, write a journal/diary of your day.
  • Bath/Shower, brush your teeth for 2 minutes.
  • Get ready for bed and share a story together.

Please keep in touch with us through Seesaw - you must activate both the child and parent account. Download the 'Seesaw Class; app for your child to access their journal, and the 'Seesaw Family' app to log in as a parent.  Please log in at web.seesaw.me

Complete some activities from the Year 6 Bucket List:

  • Learn to knit
  • Design a product or business idea and pitch it to ‘investors’
  • Plan a virtual tour around your local area - You could use Digimaps
  • Choose objects to put in a time capsule
  • Write and record/broadcast a radio play
  • Make a dessert
  • Organise tea for parents and carers

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