Giraffes (Year 6 W)

Hello and welcome to our class page!

On this page you will find:

   - The home learning grid for the Spring term

   - Spelling lists 

   - Topic grid for ‘Welcome to the Americas' 

   - Useful links (see below for more information)

Important information:

   - PE days – Monday and Thursday. Please make sure your child’s PE kit is in school on a Monday morning. Kits will come home on Friday. As it gets colder, please ensure they have both shorts and trousers. 

   - Home Learning to be in by Friday each week. Home learning activities will be part of the home learning pack or will be sent home on a Friday.

   - Reading records should come into school on Friday. Ideally, they should be with your child every day as they can also record any reading they do in school.

   - Spelling books should come into school ready for Friday spelling tests.


Helpful information for Parents:

We have made available all of the information we disseminated during the Y5&6 Curriculum Information Evening. However, there are a few extra resources we feel could be useful to help you explain concepts to your children.

One is www.theschoolrun.com which explains the majority of what is taught in KS1 & KS2. It usually has written and visual examples to help clarify the explanations. 

The second is a Youtube Channel run by Mr Thorne - https://bit.ly/2FzGIzB. Most of his videos are aimed at EYFS/KS1 but if you go to playlists you can find 'Mr Thorne Does Grammar' which has concepts we teach in KS2.


Further information on 'useful links':

Maths:

Both Times Tables Rock Stars and Prodigy require a login which your children have been given in school. These websites are a great way to boost your children's maths skills and have are designed to target their specific areas of weakness. Prodigy analyses how your children are doing and sets questions accordingly; Times Tables Rock Stars has tables set by the teacher - if they want to practise all of their tables, they can do so by playing in Studio Mode.

The last maths link is for a website which has many quick games split into the different areas of maths, e.g. sequencing and ordering.


English:

Spelling games include the links: Spelling Central and Spelling Frame.

 - Spelling Central allows your children to input their spelling list (which can be found on this web page) and play a variety of games with them.

 - Spelling Frame uses vocabulary from the Y5 & 6 spelling list. In addition to the usual games which they can practise their spellings on, this website also allows the children to hear the words being spoken.


The links 'Spelling & Grammar Games', 'Comma Practise' and 'Adjectives Practise' are for your children to practise a range of grammar. 'Spelling and Grammar Games' is a link to the TopMarks website which has a wide range of games - they don't just have to use the games the link takes them to.



Kind regards,

Mr Euan Mann

Giraffes Class Teacher


Karly Marchant

LSA

Giraffes Class Allergy Poster.pdf

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100 Books 5 and 6.pdf

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home learning grid spring 1 welcome to the americas.docx

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Yr6 Spring 1 Wordlist 27.docx

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Recipe template 2.docx

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Prodigy Maths Game

Times Tables Rockstars

National Geographic Kids

BBC Bitesize KS2

Spelling Central

Spelling Frame

Spelling & Grammar Games

Comma Practise

Adjectives Practise

Maths Games

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My Mini Maths

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