Welcome to 6S!
Your teacher is Miss Pearson
This half term, we are giving you one task - to
Read anything you like. Read with your family. Read before bed. Read in the sunshine (while social distancing). Read something different. Read to your dog.
But make sure you read every day.
Have a lovely half term Year 6!
As always, please keep safe and we look forward to hearing your stories (virtually) on 1st June.
I hope you are all staying safe and happy.
Please find the timetable for learning this week.
As always if there are any questions please feel free to contact me (email@example.com)
Thank you for all your support in these difficult times.
Please find below the home learning timetable for this week.
If there are any queries please do not hesitate to contact Miss Pearson via Purple Mash (2email) or using the email address firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note that some challenges are being set via the year 6 blog and via email within Purple Mash.
I hope you are all staying safe, healthy and of course happy.
All the best,
We have set some work for children to get on with during the easter holidays. These tasks can be written on paper or completed online (Purple Mash).
The literacy/numeracy work (either typed up or pictures of handwritten work) can be sent to the teacher via 2email on Purple Mash or using the email address email@example.com
Computing work will be set on Purple Mash.
Literacy - Oh no! Aliens have just landed on your roof. Write a short story about what happens next!
Numeracy - Design a help sheet/poster on everything you know about fractions! The best posters will be displayed in classrooms this year and next, to help the Year 5 children when they enter Year 6. If you do a great job, your legendary work will live on after you have left and help many children in years to come!
Computing - Coding activity (set on Purple Mash). When you log into Purple Mash, click on '2dos' and the two challenges await you.
Reading - Please note that children should continue to read and record this in their reading journals.
After the easter holidays the website will be once again updated with weekly work, so please do keep checking the website.
Thank you all so much for all your co-operation during these unprecedented times. I hope you all stay safe and healthy over the easter holidays.
Parents and children of 6S, we are excited to announce that Chester Zoo are hosting an all day live virtual tour - featuring all your favourite animals! This is a fantastic opportunity to take a look and learn about a wide range of intriguing animals, all from the comfort of your own home!
As you can't come to the zoo right now, we’ll bring the zoo to you!
Join us LIVE on our Facebook page from 10am when we'll be throwing open our 'virtual gates.'
So, break up the boredom of being at home and, for the first time ever, enjoy a whole day of animal antics, live from your sofa! 🙌
We'll be featuring many of your favourites...
10:00 👉 Red pandas 🐼
11:00 👉 Rothschild's giraffes 🦒
12:00 👉 Asian elephants 🐘
13:00 👉 Butterflies 🦋
14:00 👉 Sun bears 🐻
14:30 👉 Sumatran tigers 🐅
14:45 👉 Humboldt penguins 🐧
16:00 👉 Aquarium* 🐠
Come and join the fun. The animals are waiting...
(*Running order may be subject to ever so slight changes... and there may be more surprises throughout the day!)
During the school closures we shall be setting work via Purple Mash (see link above).
If you have any problems using this then please feel free to e-mail Miss Pearson using the following e-mail address:
Children can also email teachers via Purple Mash if needed.
If you have connected with 'Class Dojo' then you can also use this to contact teachers. Once again if you need additional support in doing this please contact Miss Pearson on the e-mail above.
Please keep checking the website for more information as well as the timetables for future weeks.
We all thank you for your kind support through this difficult time,
The year 6 team.
Our topic this term is...
Year 6 made Dracula dentures for harvest festival. We had to read and follow the recipe independently to make our spooky snacks. How do you think they turned out?
Year 6 were lucky enough to see their topic be brought to life by the young Shakespeare company. The performance was interactive meaning that we actually took part in telling the story. What a way to kick off our topic!