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Year 6

Hello year 6,

 Well done for another fantastic week on seesaw.  I am so happy to see how hard you are all working.  Keep it up year 6!

I have put a new choice board on seesaw for you this week.  Try to do as many activities as you can.  

Here is this week's choice board.


I will not be setting tasks on education city from now on, the learning I would like you to do is on seesaw.  However, if you would like to still go on education city and choose your own learning you can do this.

As I am getting lots of videos and photos through seesaw now, I can pass these on to Mr Parish for his weekly youtube assembly.  However, if parents still want to email me about all the amazing things you have been doing then that is also great.  I am also available via email for any questions you have about the home learning.

  I have also put below some more suggestions of some home learning for you to do below.  


We are going to continue to read on Holes on our youtube channel.  Don't forget to tune in and listen, it's all getting very exciting now.  We are nearly at the end of the book.


This task is on Seesaw this week.  This is connected to your science this week as I would like you to write a biography about an electrical scientist of your choice.


 There is a reading comprehension on seesaw this week for you to try.

Please make sure you are still reading for at least 15 minutes a day.  If you do complete your book, you can do the quiz for any books which are on accelerated reader on  This is the Acclerated Reader website which allows children to complete their reading quizzes. Certificates for each level will be given out on our return to school, so keep quizzing! 

If you need to check to see if the book is on the accelerated reader, this website will check for you

However, any type of reading is fantastic, especially if you are enjoying the book so don't worry if it is not on accelerated reader.


The Maths challenge for this week is on Seesaw.  This wee's focus is area and perimeter and this is something high schools would like you to know.  I will set a Maths activity on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.

If you would like an extra challenge though go on to

On this website there are daily challenges to test your problem solving skills.  Again if you would like to send any of your work over to me to take a look at, please do.


Another option is to go on to  this will give you 5 questions a day and you can choose the level of diffculty.

If you fancy revising any topics we have already covered  try

Also don't forget to keep playing on times tables rockstars, Mr Parish will be announcing the class leaderboards each week in his youtube assembly.  Let's make sure we are at the top of the leaderboard Year 6!


We have a subscription to Oxford Owl.  On this website you can read books as well as practising spellings.  This is the Read Write Inc. spellings which we have been doing in class.  The website to access this is  I have sent logins for this on a text message to parents.  There is also a parent user guide to this which I have attached to this page.

Spelling rule this week is number 52 homophones on spelling frame.



Our new science topic is Electricity.  This week I want you to look at the history of electricity and the scientists who made some very important discoveries.  I would then like you to produce a biography all about one of these scientists.  This lesson is on seesaw.



 This week you will be looking at Beeston Castle and how it also had a part to play in the English Civil War.  Your task is to create your very own Beeston Castle,  This activity is on seesaw.



In geography, I would like to you look at the UK and some important landmarks.



I know lots of you have been joining Joe Wicks for his daily PE class which is fantastic.

Another great opportunity to also get creative is a competition being run by Halbro Sportswear. They are encouraging children to design a new PE kit for their school. The winning entries will then be made for our school based on the winning design. All you have to do is follow the link below, download the template, then get designing.

Also, keep an eye out on the Crewe and Nantwich School Sport Partnership Twitter page for the ‘Virtual Challenge’. These are sporting events that you can take part in at home. When a new event is released, Mr Goacher will also upload a video explaining it onto our YouTube channel. Mr Goacher and I look forward to seeing your entries.

Good luck!


Madame Potts has said Bonjour to us this week.  Attached is a document with suggested wesbites for you to use for French.  I have also added some French documents to this page for you to have a look at, these include songs and some reading exercises.


Video challenge

Each week, I will post a video challenge for you to complete.  I will then add all your videos together to make a video montage video, this will hopefully create some lovely lasting memories for you as well.  This week's challenge is the time capsule challenge.


Transition activities.

 As you will be starting high school soon I will now be posting a transition activity each week on seesaw.  This week's task is to think about how organisation is an important skill you need for high school.

I will update these tasks weekly.  If you need any help with any of the above please also email me.


Thank you


Miss Davenport, Mrs Mascarehas and Mrs Heath


Other websites

There are lots of other websites which you may want to access to help you with home learning.

BBC have daily lessons which they are posting on

Other websites include:


English  free to join and a wide range of ebooks, plus games and activities for all ages

free to join using:  username: march20    password: home Free audio books written by David Walliams


The Literacy company have made their year group writing, spelling and phonics packs free


Mathematics this has free home learnign packs for you to download.



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