Welcome to Trinity Class!

We are Year 6s and our teachers are Mrs Rayner, Mrs Pitman-Jones and Mrs Kelsey.

Welcome to Trinity Class where children continue to develop a love of learning in a nurturing environment. We challenge children to discover their own special aptitudes and be brave in trying new things. There is an emphasis on independence by using 3B4ME to help them remember to use their brains, books and buddies before asking an adult for help; however we encourage the children to deepen their learning by questioning.

As the children move into Year 6 they are encouraged to take more responsibility for their own learning, behaviour and progress. This helps them to become more independent and prepares them for secondary school.

We also work with local secondary schools throughout the year and the children have the opportunity to visit the schools and take part in enrichment activities in many subjects.

Our overall aim is to instil in the children self-belief, self-confidence, the ability to work as an individual and as part of a team and a love of learning that they take with them as they move through, and beyond, secondary education.



School Closure - Learning provision

Reading

Wednesday 3rd June

Letters From The Lighthouse:

The link to Chapter 22 was in this morning's email. Your questions are attached below.

Tuesday 2nd June

Letters From The Lighthouse:

The link to Chapter 21 was in this morning's email. Just listen and enjoy today!

10 minute reading comprehension book: Do the next comprehension in your book. Self mark once complete.


  • Paver-Group-chapter-22.docx

  • Carroll-Group-chapter-22.docx

  • Morpurgo-Group-chapter-22.docx

Writing

Wednesday 3rd June

Miss out page 9 and complete pages 10 and 11 of the 'Gadget Workbook'.

Tuesday 2nd June

Complete pages 6, 7 and 8 of your 'Gadget Workbook'. (Watch my video for guidance.)


  • Y6-Gadgets.pdf

Maths

Wednesday 3rd June

Warm-up:  Daily 10 - ten mental maths questions for you to answer at a speed of your choice. Choose level 4, 5 or level 6 and then 'Rounding'. 

www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/daily10

Main: Secondary school 'Algebra Book' pages 17 and 18. (Watch the following video link to help.)

www.youtube.com/watch?v=qnVVTBAfNu4

If this is too tricky, don't worry. Miss it out and have a go at the extra algebra work attached below.

Tuesday 2nd June

Warm-up:  Daily 10 - ten mental maths questions for you to answer at a speed of your choice. Choose level 4, 5 or level 6 and then 'Subtraction'

Main: Secondary school 'Algebra Book' pages 16, 17 and 18. (Watch my video for guidance.)

www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/daily10


  • Extra-algebra-work.pdf

Other

Week Commencing 1st June:

Extra PE Task: Click on the links below to give you lots of different PE ideas for keeping fit. 

This first link is for primary school aged chilldren. I especially like the Bingo challenge cards at the bottom of the page!

www.youthsporttrust.org/60-second-physical-activity-challenges

Some more grown-up tutorials on this next link. It's a secondary school link, but I think you are ready for it!

www.youthsporttrust.org/free-home-learning-resources-secondary

History: Watch the two videos using the links below:

www.bbc.co.uk/teach/class-clips-video/history-ks2-the-outbreak-of-world-war-2/z7d847h

www.bbc.co.uk/teach/class-clips-video/history-ks2-geography-of-world-war-two/zv99rj6

Complete the 'Axis and Allies Map' below. Use the video clips and internet research to find out which countries were the Axis and which were the Allies. Colour in the map using the key given.

Extension: Complete the 'Countries that Hitler Invaded' map. Research which countries Hitler invaded and when the invasion started. Colour and label the map accordingly.

Science:  As many of you requested an 'animal' science focus, our new topic is 'Animals and Evolution'.

First Task - Classification: You are starting up a zoo! You have been provided with 32 animals. You need to classify the animals so that similar species can be housed near to each other. Attached you will find a Zoo Animal List which has pictures of all the animals awaiting to housed in your new zoo!

Cut out the pictures and use them to organise your classification chart. Once you are happy with how they have been classified, draw a classification chart and add the names of the animals as well as how you classified them. Use the completed example (Zoo Classification Chart Example) to help guide you.


  • Zoo-Classification-Chart-Example.pdf

  • Zoo-Animal-List.pdf

  • Countries-Hitler-invaded-Map.docx

  • Axis-and-Allies-Map.docx

Learning Showcase

Check out some of the learning sent in so far:

  • VE-DAY-2-.docx

  • Rationing.pptx


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