Category: year6

Year 6 Final Week!

Good morning Year 6! Well we have finally reached the final week of term and your last week at St Andrew’s. It has certainly been a strange ending to your time at St Andrew’s but it has been so lovely to see you all either in school or via Zoom. I hope you manage to …

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Monday 6th July

Good morning Year 6, I hope you are all well and enjoyed your weekend. This week we will continue with some of the Zoom calls. This week I will focus on the children who I have not been able to meet with so far. This may mean that I do not get to talk with …

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Monday 29th June

Good morning Year 6, It was lovely to see you all last week and great to catch up with Christmas Island in person. Maths – Solve Two Step Equations and converting measures https://resources.whiterosemaths.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/Year-6-Week-8.pdf Lesson 1 – Solve two-step equations 2019 Lesson 2 – Find pairs of values (2) 2019 Lesson 3 – Convert metric measures …

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Cricket ‘Paper Smash’

Good morning Year 6, This weeks Virtual School Games activity is ‘Paper Smash’ using cricket skills. I have attached all the instructions and relevant resources needed to complete the challenge. It would be great to have as many children complete this activity possible so that we are able to enter a team for the Virtual …

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Monday 22nd June

Good morning Year 6, I hope you all had a great weekend. Maths – Expressions and Algebra Video Links – https://resources.whiterosemaths.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/Year-6-Week-7.pdf Lesson 1 – Find a rule – two step 2019 Lesson 1 Answers – Find a rule – two step 2019 Lesson 2 – Forming expressions 2019 Lesson 2 Answers – Forming expressions 2019 Lesson …

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Victorian school…answers

A Victorian classroom – answers Some Victorian schools were called Ragged Schools because the children were poor and their clothes were worn out and ragged. Boys and girls were generally separated and had their own entrance and separate playground. In some smaller schools, boys and girls would be taught in the same classroom, but they …

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Wednesday 18th June – Street Art

Good morning Year 6, This half term we were going to continue looking at Street Art and create a piece of our own. The project is entitled ‘See the world through a child’s eyes’ and aims to take a different viewpoint on the world we see around us. Have a look at the following video/links …

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Monday 15th

Good morning Year 6, I hope you have enjoyed your weekend. Maths – Fractions to Percentages Lesson 1 – Fractions to percentages 2019 Lesson 2 – Equivalent FDP 2019 Lesson 3 – Order FDP 2019 Lesson 4 – Percentage of an amount (2) 2019 Video Links Answers – Lesson 1 Answers – Fractions to percentages …

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Victorian school

  A Victorian classroom Why were some Victorian schools often called Ragged Schools? How did schools treat boys and girls differently? What happened to children if they behaved badly at school? What equipment would you find in a Victorian classroom? What toys would Victorian children have played with at playtime?   Here are some websites …

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The potato! The answers….

Here are the answers to the questions I asked you to find out about potatoes… The Inca Indians in Peru were the first to cultivate potatoes around 8,000 BC to 5,000 B.C. In 1536 Spanish Conquistadors conquered Peru, discovered the flavours of the potato, and carried them to Europe. Sir Walter Raleigh is said to have …

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