English Home Learning
If you at home isolating because you or a family member are unwell, you can use the following lessons to keep up to date with concepts we will be covering in English lessons.
It is also really important to keep up to date with our class text - you can check the information below to see where we are up to in the text
As always we would love to see your work so don't forget to take a picture and send it to us via Twitter https://twitter.com/Seahorses_Class or https://twitter.com/cormorantsclass , alternatively you can email us using our class emails: Seahorses - firstname.lastname@example.org Cormorants - email@example.com
This half term Year 6 will be studying the book "Shackleton's Journey". This is a fantastic text and a truly beautiful book, we highly recommend your child has a copy in school or at home. We understand that your child may have left their copy in school so we will include the pages for reference in the PowerPoints each week. The PowerPoints will follow the CLPE scheme of work for this text and will reflect the work we are doing in class.
WB 19.10.20 Pg 146-End
WB 5/10/2020 - Chapters 7-9 Pg 108-146
Week Beginning 28.9.20 - Chapters 4-6 (Pg54-90)
Oak Academy Lessons
These lessons will complement the learning that is taking place in the classroom, although the subject may be different the concept being taught will be similar to what is happening in Year 6 that week.
Week Beginning 19.10.2020
This week we will be focusing on finishing our class text "Stay Where You Are and then Leave" we suggest that your child finishes the text at home and then takes some time to reflect on what they thought about the book. They could write about their thoughts, do some art work based on the text or create a film trailer for a movie of "Stay Where You Are and then Leave"
The following lessons are aimed at writing a non-chronological report on Wild Cats, in class our non-chronological report will focus on 'Life in the Trenches' Lessons 1-3, 7-11 and 14 should be paired with research on life in the trenches during World War One