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Week beginning 22nd June

 

Good morning everyone,

 

I hope you are getting on well with the work I'm setting.

 

Remember the more you are able to do at home the more confident you will be when you return to school. So if you can, please try to keep up with the tasks set. I know lots of you are doing other learning with your parents too- which is brilliant.

 

This is the work for the whole week. If you require more then please have a look at other lessons on the Bitesize and Oak Academy websites. Please also remember that Mrs Last is still adding French work to her folder for you to attempt.

 

Take care everyone.

 

Mr Williams

 

Year 6

 

Subject What to do: Suggested time
Literacy

Spellings- Please see the attached '40 Spellings' word document. These are the 40 spellings from the 2016 and 2017 SATs tests. Please have a good look at these and choose up to 20 of them for your spellings this week.

 

Writing- Include each of your chosen spellings in a well punctuated sentence.

 

Writing- Write your own story that must include at least 2 main characters, a journey and an amazing discovery.

Think about the setting (seaside, housing estate, holiday park, forest etc); where the characters are going and what they find. End your story by writing about what happens after the discovery. Try to make your story exciting to read. Remember to write in paragraphs, include interesting detail and use well punctuated sentences.

 

Reading- Log onto Scholastic learning Zone- use the password you were provided with:

From 'My Zone' Click 'Pro Reading Library', then in the blue panel in the centre, click on the 'Books' icon.

Select online reading books from here (this works in the same way as a kindle). You don't have to read all the book in one go (just note down the page number so you can continue next time you log in.

 

SPaG Online- Please practise your Grammar and Punctuation by attempting the latest SPaG online challenge. Try to improve on your score from last time.

 

 

20 mins

 

30 mins

 

 

60 mins

 

 

 

 

20 mins x 5

 

 

 

 

45 mins

 

 

Numeracy

Quick fire percentages:

1. 10% of 450                              7. 21% of 640

2. 10% of 265                              8. 29% of 825

3. 20% of 230

4. 20% of 760

5. 30% of 830

6. 40% of 117

 

Challenge 1- which 3 consecutive numbers multiply together to give the answer 2184? (use trial and error)

Challenge 2- Write down all factors of 400

 

Look in your Geometry, Measure and Statistics SATs buster book and work through any pages you have not yet completed. Many of you haven't done p17-21 Units, if you have done this find another section to complete.

 

The Year 6 children who have been in school have been doing some Algebra. Take a look in the Algebra folder and see if you can work out the challenges on these pages.

 

30 mins

 

 

 

 

 

30 mins

 

 

 

30 mins

 

 

45 mins

 

Topic

These are 3 'Computing lessons' on the BBC Bitesize website.

1. 7th May- Algorithms and debugging

2. 21st May- What makes a good computer game?

3. 19th June- How to know if you can trust a website.

 

45 mins

 

 

 

Creative

Oak Academy- Optical illusions. Foundation, Creative- Lesson 3: Follow the lesson and then see which optical illusions you can create/ research on the internet.

 

Project Please continue with any outstanding project work if you haven’t yet finished. 30 mins

 

 

 

Year 5

 

Subject What to do: Suggested time
Literacy

Spellings- Please see the attached '40 Spellings' word document. These are the 40 spellings from the 2016 and 2017 SATs tests. Please have a good look at these and choose up to 20 of them for your spellings this week.

 

Writing- Include each of your chosen spellings in a well punctuated sentence.

 

Writing- Write your own story that must include at least 2 main characters, a journey and an amazing discovery.

Think about the setting (seaside, housing estate, holiday park, forest etc); where the characters are going and what they find. End your story by writing about what happens after the discovery. Try to make your story exciting to read. Remember to write in paragraphs, include interesting detail and use well punctuated sentences.

 

Reading- Log onto Scholastic learning Zone- use the password you were provided with:

From 'My Zone' Click 'Pro Reading Library', then in the blue panel in the centre, click on the 'Books' icon.

Select online reading books from here (this works in the same way as a kindle). You don't have to read all the book in one go (just note down the page number so you can continue next time you log in.

 

Oak Academy Literacy Year 5- if you require extra work to that set above, please choose an appropriate challenge from the Oak Academy Website.

 

20 mins 

 

 

30 mins

 

 

60 mins

 

 

 

20 mins x5

 

 

 

 

 

 

Numeracy

Quickfire Arithmetic (show your working out):

 

1. 168 x 4

2. 8393- 2687

3. 5873.64 + 1679.8 (line up the decimal points)

4. How many 7s in 4067 (bus stop method)

5. 4636.4 x 100 (move each digit 2 places to the left)

 

Challenge:

6. 457 x 21

7. 592 divided by 16

 

Continue with your maths text book you were given- check your work before asking an adult to help you mark it.

 

Time- I have added activities above all linked to the Maths topic of 'Time'. Work your way through some or all of these tasks.

 

BBC Bitesize- Challenges for Year 5 (weekly maths challenges). If you are finding some of the maths on Bitesize a bit too difficult have a look at the Year 4 lessons, or if you want an extra challenge look at the Year 6 lessons.

 

30 mins

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

30 mins x 2

 

45 mins

 

 

 

45 mins

 

 

Topic

These are 3 'Computing lessons' on the BBC Bitesize website.

1. 7th May- Algorithms and debugging

2. 21st May- What makes a good computer game?

3. 19th June- How to know if you can trust a website.

 

 

45 mins

Creative

Oak Academy- Optical illusions: Foundation, creative lesson 3. Follow the lesson and then see which optical illusions you can create/ research on the internet.

 

Project

Please continue with any outstanding project work if you haven’t yet finished.

30 mins
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