Year 6 Homework

13 September 2019

Posted on Friday 13 September 2019 by Miss Wilson

Ahead of next week’s Living and Learning theme, this week’s homework is Talk Time and will be discussed in class on Thursday 19 September.

I know when to and when not to take risks and responsibility.

Have a chat at home about scenarios when you should take risks and responsibility but on the flip side, when shouldn’t you do either?

We’re going to have a debate in class, so be ready to contribute what was spoken about at home!

06 September 2019

Posted on Thursday 05 September 2019 by Miss Wilson

This week’s homework is Talk Time and is due in on Thursday 12 September.

I can talk about my goals for the year. 

Children have been asked to discuss their targets for the coming year. This could be something to improve in school or out of school and may relate to their handwriting, spelling, times tables or even joining in with sporting competitions. It might be best to talk about how to improve and not just what!

We will talk about their targets as a class and share our aspirations.

Friday 05 July 2019

Posted on Sunday 07 July 2019 by Mr Catherall

This week, the whole school has the same Creative homework: I can illustrate happy and healthy choices.

This homework links to our weekly living and learning statement and is something we talk about a lot in our school. Can you encourage your child to make a new healthy choice every day this week? Or think about one new healthy change your child can make? Try to help them make sure the choice is a realistic, achievable one, such as avoiding being on an electronic device after a certain time to help sleep, or adding one extra daily portion of vegetables to their diet each day.

As this is a Creative homework, children could respond in a variety of ways:
• Create a blog, video blog or diary to show the changes we’ve made.
• Create a poster convincing others to make a happy and healthy change.
• Make a cartoon strip in which a character makes a happy and healthy change.
• Write a song, poem or rap that will encourage others to make changes.
• Reflect on change they’ve made and how it made them feel.
There are of course lots of other ways to respond, too.

Children should be ready share, and celebrate, their homework in their class by Thursday 11 July 2019.

21 June 2019

Posted on Friday 21 June 2019 by Miss Rushbrooke

This week’s homework is linked to the My Health My School survey the children will be completing soon.

They have a number of aspects of their daily routine to keep track of: having breakfast; snacks and drinks consumed; and exercise taken. The children are going to start their diaries on Saturday 22 June and finish them on Friday 28 June (so homework is not due in until Monday 01 July).

We’ve gone through how to complete the diary and children should ask if they’re not sure through the week.

14 June 2019

Posted on Thursday 13 June 2019 by Mrs Taylor

This week’s whole school homework involves completing the pupil health questionnaire sent home with your child/children.

 I can share my views about health.

Pupil voice is an important part of our school and this annual questionnaire provides pupil views on some of our key health issues.  These views can help us to become happier and healthier.

Please support your child to complete the health questionnaire by discussing these issues and add your own comment at the end.

The completed questionnaire should be returned to your class teacher by Thursday 20 June.

Friday 07 June 2019

Posted on Saturday 08 June 2019 by Mr Catherall

Friday 07 June 2019

This week, the whole school has the same Creative homework: I can illustrate a moral choice.  

A moral choice is committing to act for what you believe is right and good. As responsible citizens, we have a duty to ensure that we, and others, act on what we think is correct. This homework, which links to our on-going living and learning work, will help children to further understand this.

As this is a creative homework we look forward to receiving a range of responses. Children should think about something they feel passionate about and illustrate this however they see fit.

They could…

  • create a piece of art that shows the choice
  • write a news report about someone making a moral choice
  • find a key person from history and explain how, and why, they made a moral choice
  • create a short piece of drama to show the choice being made.

This homework should be completed by Thursday 13 June 2019.

Friday 17 May 2019

Posted on Friday 17 May 2019 by Mr Catherall

This week, the whole school has the same Creative homework: I can show what I know about a particular job.  

This homework is in preparation for our themed week which is next week. Throughout the week, we’ll focus on money. One aspect of this is how money is earned. Obviously, our children are a little young to be earning money but it is really important that they have aspirations.

For their homework this week, children should decide on a job (maybe one they want to do or one that a family member has) and find out some useful information about the profession: what a ‘normal’ day looks like, how much you can earn, what qualifications/experience you need, etc.

Children could respond to this creative homework in a range of ways:

  • Create a poster
  • Make a ‘project board’
  • Re-create a ‘day in the life of…’ and document this in pictures
  • Make a presentation
  • Compare a few different jobs
  • Devise a short play to show their peers what the job involves
  • Research the salary and decide how they might spend their money
  • Write a job application

Of course, there are many other ways in which children could respond. Children should be ready to celebrate their learning as part of their homework review by Friday 24 May 2019.

17 May 2019

Posted on Thursday 16 May 2019 by Miss Rushbrooke

This week’s homework is Talk Time and will be discussed on Tuesday 21 May.

I can talk about careers.

As part of our themed Money Week, we’ll be discussing where money comes from which will involve talking about careers. At home, discuss what career you have now and whether it is the same career you hoped you’d have when you were ten. Talk about the decisions you’ve made in your life to take you on the path to your current workplace and what path your child might have to take to get them to their desired career.

For Talk Time homework, children should write a few bullet-pointed notes which will help them take part in our class discussion.

10 May 2019

Posted on Thursday 09 May 2019 by Miss Rushbrooke

 

This week’s homework is a little different. As Year 6 will be taking their SATs next week, we’ve discussed areas we need to remind ourselves of over the course of the week as well as the importance of making time for relaxation and sleep

Choose five areas of maths and grammar to remind yourself of over the week. Only spend 15 minutes at a time practising that skill.

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Make sure that you get plenty of sleep, spend time with your family, play outside, watch a good film, eat your favourite food and relax. You’ve worked hard this year and are all well prepared.

26 April 2019

Posted on Friday 26 April 2019 by Mr Catherall

This week, the whole school has the same Creative homework: I can illustrate different emotions.

This homework, which links to our living and learning statement, is an opportunity for children to show that they can recognise, and show, different emotions. As humans, we display a huge-range of emotions. Sometimes, it’s obvious how we’re feeling. Sometimes, it’s trickier for us to show, or recognise, an emotion. This statement allows us to spend time thinking about the different emotions we experience and how we can recognise these accurately in ourselves and others.

Children could respond creatively to this in a range of ways:

  • create a piece of art that shows a range of emotions
  • take pictures of themselves (or others) displaying different emotions
  • write a short-story in which a character shows lots of emotions
  • Devise a poem, song or rap about emotions
  • Create a comic strip to illustrate different emotions

Of course, there are many other ways in which children could respond. Children should be ready to celebrate their learning as part of their homework review by Friday 03 May 2019.