HAPPY EASTER CLASS 6!
It's the Easter holidays. Yes, that means that you have 2 weeks off school to chill out at home, relax, slob in your PJs, do what you want when you want.....oh! That sounds weird now doesn't it?!
But nevertheless, it IS Easter time and therefore for the next couple of weeks, I am not going to be setting you daily English, Maths etc like I have been. Yay, I hear you cry! But I'll be bored, I hear you moan!
And for just that reason, I have created for you instead, an Easter Activity Menu with fun learning for you to choose from, to prevent boredom. Remember if you are bored, then YOU are being boring! ;-)
This is what the menu looks like:
You will find it attached below. Also attached are a few additional resources I've found that you may want to have a look at and use as you wish.
The usual daily home learning menu will resume from Monday 20th April.
I'd love you to keep emailing me to show me what activities you have chosen to do, along with anything else you have thought of to keep your brain and body busy, whilst staying safe.
I'm missing you all so much and thinking of you every day. The last few weeks haven't been easy and we've been separated from each other. BUT, we are going through this together, and that will always bond us and no one will ever be able to take that bond away.
You may have joined in with the clapping for the heroes that are playing their part in this Corona Virus crisis. But I think that EACH AND EVERY ONE OF YOU ARE HEROES. You are certainly MY heroes.
You have dealt with this brilliantly and it hasn't been easy. You have carried on, you have been brave and you are playing a massive part in saving lives by being at home and keeping yourselves and others safe.
I just wanted to say that I am so proud and I think that each and every one of you is AMAZING:
Shaan, you are AMAZING! Gracie-Mai, you are AMAZING! Ella, you are AMAZING! Imogen, you are AMAZING! Max, you are AMAZING! Nathan, you are AMAZING! Jessica, you are AMAZING! Leo, you are AMAZING! Oliwia, you are AMAZING! Olivia, you are AMAZING! Savannah, you are AMAZING! Shelbie, you are AMAZING! Jack, you are AMAZING! Will, you are AMAZING! Nikita, you are AMAZING! Finley, you are AMAZING! Milly-Ann, you are AMAZING! Lewis, you are AMAZING! Ruby, you are AMAZING! Libby, you are AMAZING! Jesse, you are AMAZING! Kai, you are AMAZING! Miley, you are AMAZING! Harry, you are AMAZING! Roxie, you are AMAZING! Ava, you are AMAZING! Poppy, you are AMAZING! Guy, you are AMAZING! Isla, you are AMAZING! Josh, you are AMAZING!
Enjoy Easter and have fun, remember the meaning behind it all, be good, be polite, be kind and eat LOADS of chocolate!
Happy Easter! Lots of love,
Miss Bewick x
Spring Nature Treasure Hunt
How many of these can you find whilst doing your daily outside exercise?
Flowers with blue petals New shoots A feather Sticky weed
Cones A daisy Pussy Willow Skeletal leaves or pods
A snail or discarded shell A dandelion A daffodil Ivy
Stinging nettles Red Robin shrub (in gardens)
Read Harry's fab story...
Today's story will begin in the great town of Nottingham, where an aggressive dragon has been spotted soaring through the counties of England. Scientists have a rough idea of what this dragon looks like.
People have seen this dragon ranging from places like Dover to Manchester to Nottingham. At night people have said to have witnessed load noises, which they said were like a predator's call.
In Leicester, two people have gone missing with no explanation; all that was left was a tooth on their bed - this is a true mystery.
Not only have people gone missing but farm animals have gone missing too. These include: sheep ; cows ; chickens ; pigs and more. The farmers who own these animals have said that when they went to let the animals into the field, all that was left was a pile of guts and scarlet-coloured blood. The farmers were in shock and called 999 immediately. When the police arrived at the scene, the guts had vanished and so had the farmer. WHAT COULD HAVE HAPPENED?
Private investigators were called. Instantly the investigators found three vermilion glowing scales with scratch marks on them. The investigators took it to a lab but they couldn’t identify the anonymous species. Weeks went past with more people going missing but no creature was found.
Until one day, when there was a cricket match, the fans were in the stands and the players were getting ready when … a prodigious dragon flew over everyone’s head. Whilst breathing atomic breath, it swiftly burned the cricket grounds to ashes and the same with the people.
This was a true tragedy and now the British nation is hunting this supposed monster. However some people believe this formidable beast can be tamed. Today’s story will back tomorrow with the latest news on this blood curdling creature.
By Harry Musgrove
Have you heard? From tomorrow, David Walliams is going to be reading one of his short stories every day, LIVE!!! He's starting tomorrow with 'The Terrible Triplets' the one I wanted to read, and started reading to you in school and was REALLY funny, but couldn't continue online due to technological restrictions! Who'd have thunk it?! Go to his page at 11am each day to listen!
First Technological Fail Alert!!!
The Shang Dynasty e-book needed for the theme menu activity wouldn't upload!
We're learning as we are going, day by day! Instead, do some extra reading or some of the colouring I gave you, in the sunshine, whilst topping up on your Vitamin D!
Email address for Class 6: email@example.com
(Emails will be answered ASAP. Please be patient as some staff are in school with key worker children)
Remember you can email any queries to: firstname.lastname@example.org
(Emails will be replied to ASAP, but please be patient as teachers are still required to be in school for some days to care for children of Key Workers)
WELCOME TO YEAR 6 2019-20!
Year 6 is not for the faint-hearted! We have a jam-packed term ahead, full of fascinating learning topics to get our teeth into as well as many fun filled events.
We are going to be getting to grips with drug education through DARE, celebrating the school bank's 4th birthday, and going on a week's residential to Rock UK, which will be shared in a family assembly. We are going to once again be inviting parents and carers into school for a repeat of the very popular 'Plan it, teach it' morning, celebrating Harvest and Christmas at church and we might even have time to squeeze in a trip based on our Crime and Punishment topic! Phew!
So tighten your seat belts, Year 6's of 2019/20 - it's going to be a thrilling ride!
Year 6 residential to Rock UK!
We are all so excited about the residential, we could burst!
Here is the link to Rock UK Frontier Centre: www.rockuk.org/centres/frontier-centre
Please find the kit list attached.