You know when it’s the Easter holidays but it doesn’t feel like it because you’ve been off school for two weeks working safely at home trying to avoid Coronavirus like the plague and you can’t go out just to get chocolate or hair dye because it’s not technically ‘essential’? That’s how it is for me now.
But it’s alright because
a) Mr B and I keep getting fabulous messages and pictures from children in Year 6
b) I still have 124 brand new, unused toilet rolls in the garage!
(I don't actually have that many)
As you’ve been working very hard in the past couple of weeks then this weekend should be the start of a real break for you. But, being as you can’t go anywhere you are probably still looking for things to do, we’ve set you some challenges or tasks to keep you busy.
Keep coming back to the website because there will be more added as the holiday goes on and if you do something not listed here make sure you post a picture on Seesaw to inspire others.
Cameron's Joke Of The Day.
A cement mixer has collided with a prison van......
Motorists are asked to look out for 16 hardened criminals!
Year 6 2019/2020
Class 13 Mrs Moffett
Class 14 Mr Birchenough
Mrs Williams and Mrs Watton will also be working with both classes during the week
This term our main text is:
The Invention of Hugo Cabret
This exciting text is about the life of a young boy who is orphaned at a young age. Living within the walls of a grand Parisian train station, Hugo Cabret lives a life of secrets - which we shall discover during the term! Our Geography and Science work will also be linked to this text.
In Science we shall look in greater detail at light and the function of the eye.
In Geography our focus will be a study of the Alps and the city of Paris.
After school mathematics revision group will run from 3:30 - 4:30 each Monday.
Our focus text for the Autumn Term is called
Our Literacy work will be based around this text.
York October 2019