Welcome to our Y6 class!
The teachers are Mrs Patel and Mrs Patel!
The children refer to us as Mrs Patel and Mrs P.
Welcome to our new Y6 class. We are so glad to be back at school, ready to learn and progress academically, socially and spiritually.
I am Mrs. Patel, the class teacher. I love teaching, reading, cycling, going for long walks and hikes and eating desserts!
There is another Mrs. Patel who works in our class and she is awesome. We call her Mrs P. to avoid confusion. She makes sure the class is running smoothly for the children and myself alike. She will also be teaching Science and Topic and PSHE in the afternoons. Mrs P. loves walking, cooking, reading and making sure everyone is OK!
- Please could you make sure the children come in the correct school uniform everyday.
- PE is on Fridays in Y6 and the children need to come in their PE kits with the school jumper over it. They may also wear their trainers on that day.
- Please make sure the children bring in their own water bottles.
- Hand sanitisers will be in class and in the corridor so please encourage your child to use it frequently.
- If your child is going to be absent, please let myself know through Class DoJo or the school office. I will be sending messages and reminders frequently through Class DoJo so please make sure you check it.
- If you need to contact me, please do so via Class DoJo.
The Year 6 end of year play videos
Thursday 2nd July.
Good morning. Today’s Maths tasks are about time intervals. Once you have completed the tasks below, go onto Nrich Maths and choose an investigation about time intervals. Choose a KS2 challenge, and if you are super confident, try the KS3 challenge. Make sure you explain how you worked the challenge out. 🙂
Wednesday 1st July
Tuesday 30th June
Good morning everyone. Thankyou for all the awesome work you are sending me. I really enjoy reading your work and giving you feedback. Tomorrow, at 11 o’clock, there is another TT Rockstar battle with Y5/6. They won again last week, but just by a tiny margin. Let’s beat them tomorrow. 🙂
Friday 26th June.
Good morning everyone. It’s been a good week with high temperatures and lots of sunshine. You haven’t been to school and have done things you wouldn’t normally, as you would have been at school (if we weren’t in lockdown).
So I would like you to tell me, in paragraphs, what you will keep doing when we are out of lockdown and what you will change. Write about 3 paragraphs.
See you at the Zoom meeting at 2pm.
Good morning, here are your English tasks.
Good morning everyone. It’s going to be a lovely week weather wise. Get your work done and get outside too. Maths work today. 🙂
Only 1 piece of work today so you can catch up on the previous tasks. 🙂
Hope to see you this afternoon on Zoom.
Lots of brilliant work being sent in, thankyou 🙂.
Maths work today.
Wednesday 17th June.
Good morning everyone, here are your English tasks for today. 🙂
Tuesday 16th June.
Here are your Maths tasks. Don’t forget to listen to our story on Dojo. 🙂
Monday 15th June.
Good morning. From this week, I will give English work one day and Maths work the next. I will also post a reading of the book, Pig Heart Boy on ClassDojo. We can discuss what we’ve read so far on the Zoom call on Friday. 🙂
Thursday 11th June.
Today’s task is a writing task: You are 25 years old. You are telling your life story so far to a distant relative that you haven’t met since you were 10. What are you doing with your life? Who is in it? How did you get to this point? Write it in at least 3 paragraphs. Plan it well and include the vocabulary you want to use, like you did in class. Write it out and if you need to, redraft it. You can send it today, or better still, send it tomorrow after you have given it enough time. I can’t wait to see what you do in this task. The winner of the recount will be announced in tomorrow’s Zoom meeting. The winner of this task will be announced the Friday after. Good luck! Don’t forget to complete the tasks that you owe from this week too. 🙂
Wednesday 10th June
Good morning. Brilliant work from so may of you. 🙂
Here are some more tasks:
Tuesday 9th June.
Good morning, here is some work for today. Any problems, ask me on Dojo.
Monday 8th June.
good morning everyone. It was lovely seeing so many of you on the Zoom call on Friday. I’m looking forward to seeing and speaking with you again this Friday.
Time to get on with some work again. This time, I’ve got some comprehension work for you to have a go. Make sure you complete the tasks and go back to previous days if you need to catch up.
Friday 5th June.
Good morning. I am not going to give any new work today as there is quite a lot of work that the children need to catch up on from previous work. Those of you who have completed all the tasks, well done and take a well-earned chilled day reading your favorite book, writing a free-style short story, or giving a review of your favorite film. for Maths, you can play an interactive game on Nrich. You make take pics of your activities and send them to me.
For those who haven’t completed the tasks from over the previous days and before half term, you can catch up today. Don’t forget to send your work on ClassDojo. 🙂
Thankyou for the brilliant diary accounts some of you have sent. There are a few of you who are not sending me work you have done. If you have done it, don’t forget to ask to have a picture taken of it so I can give you the feedback. If you haven’t done it, make sure you find some time to catch up.
Today, I would like you to send me 2 book reviews from the list of books I have posted on here. If you haven’t read any of them, write about two that you have read. Also, find some time to read some of the books from the list. You may be able to find them online for free.
I am seeing some very good work being presented on DoJo 🙂. Well done everyone for persevering in this lovely hot weather. I’d love hear about your best day so far in the sun. Write it as a diary account with brilliant vocabulary and a variety of sentence structures. The best one will be shown to the school on ClassDojo. I am also putting up your revision for Arithmetic and Grammar along with some vocabulary work. Remember, if you haven’t caught up with the previous work, do a little extra every day to catch up. 🙂
Good morning, thankyou to everyone who is promptly sending their work on Class DoJo. The standard of work is very impressive and this will really help with revising the academic skills that you have learnt so far in school.
Here is some more for you.
Good morning, I hope you have had a lovely half term.
From now on, I will be posting all work on here. The work that the children do at home will, as usual be sent on ClassDojo. In English, you will be set some Grammar tasks and vocabulary tasks. In Maths, you will be set Arithmetic tasks one day and Reasoning tasks the next. Once a week, I will set a writing task as well.
Chapter 23 and 24
Now the book has ended. Tell me how you feel about the book...
What was the best bit, the worst bit.
Which character was your favourite and why?
Would you recommend this book? Who would you recommend it to and why?
Write the next chapter to this story.
In the holidays, see if you can watch the film and compare. Which did you prefer and why?
As I have given you lots of tasks, I won’t give any maths work. But if you do want to over the holidays, play the game Remainders on Nrich, which is the next part of The Remainders game from yesterday.
What do you think will happen in the final chapter. Have a think about all the characters. Write it as if you are the author. Give me at least 3 paragraphs. Show off your writing skills. 🙂
If this link doesn’t work, Google: The Remainders Game Nrich. It’s an online game. Explain how you solved the challenge. 🙂
Research the habitat of a lion online. Write a fact file about this habitat.
Draw the fierce monster described in the forest.
Maths:Answer the tasks on the pics.
- Draw what the characters saw when they were on the wall. Look up the words you didn’t understand.
- What is the problem with a city being made of China?
- Why do you think the author wrote about a city made of china and why did the princess refuse to go with Dorothy?
Maths: Try these tasks. Remember your angles facts. 🙂
Write a newspaper report of what happened after the scarecrow was made the ruler of the Emerald City. The writer of the report is a resident of the city so write as you were them. Research what features a newspaper report has if you have forgotten.
If you want to set it out with pictures, you can do. 🙂
Maths: Answer the questions in the pics.
Is Dorothy right that she doesn’t want to stay in Emerald City?
Write an argument of whether it would be better for her to stay or better for her to go and why. Finish your argument by including a conclusion on your own thoughts.
Complete the Maths pics.
Draw or paint or make the balloon that is in the chapter.
How does Dorothy feel when the balloon goes off without her?
Plan how you could make a balloon that could fly. Include these points : What materials would you choose and why. How could you make it rise up? What would you use to make someone or something stand in it. Give detailed drawings. This can be done over the week and sent when you have done it.
Maths: Complete the tasks in the pictures below. 🙂
Listen to the chapter.
Write a diary account of the 3 characters of when they went to the wizard to get what they wanted. Write at least a paragraph for each character. Show off your writing skills. 🙂
Maths: solve the 2 pictures.
Remember that you have covered this work already in class.
Listen to the chapter and write a diary account of Oz.
- What does he think of the characters? What does he think of himself?
- In your opinion, What is Oz actually?
- What do you think of the beautiful city of Emerald now?
Give these answers in paragraphs.
Answer the fractions questions in the 2 pictures.
We have been studying the book The Wizard of Oz. I have been posting tasks in our class DoJo (in the messages section) and I will also be posting the tasks on this page.
There will be Maths tasks too. If you can, take pics of your work and send it on the class DoJo messages so I can give you direct feedback. If not, leave your work at school and I will get it from there.
There is also a page on the school website that has links to websites that you can work on after you have finished these tasks.
Stay home and stay safe.
Can you compare another story where the main characters get help? What are the similarities and differences?
Your comparisons can be from a film, a cartoon or a book.
Solve the Maths tasks in the picture: