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Monday 20th April

Monday 20th April 

Good morning Year 6!





Welcome to the Summer term! It’s another lovely day outside and although this isn’t where we expected to be today, I’ve got lots of great things to keep you busy in the weeks ahead! Hopefully your parents will have received an email from me with lots tasks and activities for you to do. There is a new home learning sheet with a summer theme, packed with daily tasks and projects where you can use your imagination and creativity. I have also sent a document with all the links that you will need to access the resources mentioned, but there are also lots of things can be done away from screens!

I will continue to post a daily update here for you to read. Please don’t forget to check in on the Purple Mash blog. I can see who has been using it lots and who is yet to say hello… it really is a great way to keep in touch! Don’t forget to send me your pictures of anything creative, interesting or exciting you’ve done so that we can post them on the blog and in our home learning gallery.

Here are your tasks for today -

Maths  - daily online video lesson with activities and also work you can do away from screens.

maths video link and activities - Complete lesson 1 on scale factors. There are videos and supporting materials to work through. For an extra challenge or for work away from screens, please try

  • orange text book pg 46
  • blue text book pg 93


Spelling Shed, practise this week’s spelling words AND Year 5/6 spelling lists 

Write a sentence each word below, showing you know what it means.

The spellings are below if you cannot access Spelling Shed.













We will be thinking about environmental changes. We will start by looking at how our landscape has changed over time by looking at weathering and erosion. We will then learn about the structure of the United Kingdom and how its shape and geography have changed over thousands of years.

Lesson 1 We will be studying ‘Environmental Change’ You will need the link or attachments from the email.

Look at Geography Powerpoint/PDF 1 where the different types or erosion are explained. You can then simply make notes on what you have learnt in your reading journal and supplement with some research of your own OR if you follow the link I sent, you can complete the experiment, but you will need resources to do this (this part is not compulsory at all). All links sent in the email, if you cannot access, let me know. 

Please remember to try to do some reading every day. There are lots of links for new ideas for reading in the email. How is your reading journal looking? One of your tasks this week will be to make sure that it is up to date!

Monday is also PE and music day. Try to get some exercise either indoors or outside. There are links on the learning sheets for you to follow. You could even combine the music and PE with some great dance routines!

Have great Monday!

Mrs Holt x