Week Commencing Monday 20th September 2021
To add and subtract whole numbers.
To use the inverse.
To solve multi step word problems.
To infer a character's thoughts and feelings.
To describe character, setting and atmosphere.
To be able to use parenthesis (dashes, commas and brackets).
Group 1 spelling rule - Adding -im to root words beginning with m or p e.g. impossible, impatient, immortal, immature, impolite, impure.
Group 2 spelling rule - Words ending with zhuh spelt - sure e.g. measure, treasure, leisure, pleasure, pressure, closure.
Group 3 spelling rule - Suffixes -y, -ing, -ed, -er, -est, -tion, -ous, -ant e.g. nicest, sensible, cycling, tasted, slimy, joker.
Red words - there (it's over there), their (it was their turn), they're (they are coming to the party), rain (the rain poured down), reign (the palace was built during the reign of King Henry VIII), rein (Santa Claus pulled on Rudolph's rein).
Orange words - thorough, soldier, secretary, equip, criticise, equipped.
To recognise that living things produce offspring of the same kind, but normally offspring vary and are not identical to their parents.
|Optional Topic Homework||Extreme Survivors|
Homework is set on a Wednesday and needs to be completed by the following Wednesday.
Maths - Roman Numeral Challenge
English - Comprehension activity 'Doorstep Animals.'
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Each term, before the children embark on their learning in a new topic, we send home a Parent Topic Planner explaining for parents and carers the learning opportunities across the curriculum that each child will receive. Teachers select and suggest useful websites and places to visit which will enhance and prepare the child for the topic they are about to start. There are also useful dates and a bank of topic words that families may choose to talk through with their children.
|Mayans Knowledge Mat|
|Parent Information Meeting Presentation September 2021 (as per ParentMail 17/09/2021)|
|Growth Mindset Presentation|
|Supporting Developing Reading and Comprehension|
|Year 6 expectations- By the end of year 4, pupils should have memorised their multiplication tables up to and including the 12 multiplication table in year 6 they must develop their precision and fluency.|
|Relationships and Sex Education Overview - Year 6|
Please see below some useful websites to assist with your child's learning.
|Purple Mash Information Guides|
|Information Letter to Parents|
username Barnsbury6B or Bartnsbury6M
for 6B - Class6B
for 6M - Class6M
Recommended Books to Read
Logging into to the program at home;