Year 6 'Lockdown Timetable'
NOTE - This will only come into effect IF ALL THE YEAR 6 CLASS are required to isolate for 10 days Please also note that this is an example of a day of online learning. It may change due to the content and lessons being taught. Teachers will inform parents and children of their daily timetable.
Remote Learning Timetable.
NB Wednesday afternoon is PPA time for teachers. Work will be set but there will be no face to face teaching
KS2 – blue shading indicates Teacher delivered input on line
Children should be present for morning registration
9:00 - 9:20
9.20 - 10:00
Work will be uploaded to google classroom page ready for the start of the day. Children will complete their maths and English tasks during the morning using google classroom and upload for their teacher to feedback within 24 hours.
10:00 - 10:45
Independent completion of Maths tasks by children.
11:30 - 12:10
independent completion of English tasks by children
Lunchtime 12:10 -12:55pm
1:00 - 1:30
Afternoon input by class teacher linked to foundation subjects, (History / Geography, Art / DT, PSHE, MFL, RE, Science, Computing, PE, Music)
2:00 – 3.20pm
Independent follow up task linked to input
Work will be uploaded to google classroom ready for the start of the afternoon. Children will complete their foundation subjects tasks during the afternoon using google classroom and upload for their teacher to feedback within the week.
The following may be of use to you in ensuring that the children are safe whilst online at home. You can click the underlined words or links to access the websites:
Welcome to Year 6!
Your teachers this term will be: Mrs Morrell and Mrs Babcock (Tuesday and Thursday afternoons)
The class teaching assistants are Mrs Tudor and Mrs McVey (Wednesday afternoon).
English - will be a written task in the homework book provided. It will be set on Monday and due in the following Thursday.
Maths- will be a written task in the homework book provided and a mymaths online task. It will be set on Monday and due in the following Thursday.
Spellings - these are given out on a Monday and tested on Friday.
Reading- we would like you to encourage your child to read as often as possible at home and would recommend 20-30 minutes every day. Your child will be given a reading scheme book and a library book to take home - please ensure that these are in school every day.
We have also set up a login for your child on the following websites:
Read Theory - this site gives children the opportunity to practise their reading comprehension skills.
Get Epic! - this site gives children the opportunity to practise their reading and listen to audio books.
The passwords and login details for these sites are inside the children's home/school diary. Please ask a member of the Y6 staff if you need these.
Please speak to Mrs Morrell if there are any problems with homework. Children will always be offered help at lunchtimes if they are having difficulties and we have computers available in the classroom if you are having trouble accessing the internet. We expect homework to be completed each week.
Curriculum - Summer 2
We will be continuing to read the story Kensuke's Kingdom. We will be using film clips to support our writing of narrative and writing non-chronological reports.
We will be completing the following units of work: co-ordinates, statistics and properties of shapes. Along with revision of Y6 units.
Light. In this unit, the children will be planning and carrying out a series of investigations into how light travels, how shadows are formed and how we see objects. They will be working scientifically to design and make a periscope. They will extend their experience of light by looking at a range of phenomena, including rainbows, colours on soap bubbles, objects looking bent in water and coloured filters. They will also be researching the scientist Isaac Newton.
RE- Ideas About God
In this unit, the children will further their understanding of the nature of God, His characteristics and His relationship with people. They will explore how Christian beliefs are reflected in worship. They will also make links with the Islamic and Hindu faiths.
Ancient Maya In this unit, the children will be learning about the following:-
1. Where and when did the Maya live?
2. How do we know about the Maya?
3. Did the Maya play football like us?
4. What do you know about Maya religion?
5. What numbers did the Maya use in Maths?
6. What was Maya writing like?
Networks-Pupils will find out about the internet and the world wide web. They will find out about the school network. They will research and find out about the age of the internet and think about what the future might hold.
Touch Typing-Pupils will practise their touch typing skills
French- A specialist teacher will be teaching Y6 French once a week.
Art - Making my Voice Heard- The children will be studying the work of artists - Banksie, Kathe Kollwitz and Pablo Picasso. They will be producing graffiti name tags, self portraits, clay sculptures and plan their own composition based on 'Guernica'. They will be developing their mastery of Art and Design techniques, including drawing, painting and sculpture with a range of materials.
DT- Pizzas- The children will be evaluating pre-existing products and their nutritional value, researching how to make a pizza base, completing market research and designing their own pizzas. They will also learn the rules of hygiene required when preparing food.
Tuesday - Athletics
Friday - Football
Important Dates for this year
Week beginning 14th September - GANGS workshops every day from 9am.
Stanley High School Links
Here are the links for the Stanley Video Links as mentioned on the flyer sent home.