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Mrs.Pilkington, Mr.Yates & Miss.Carroll

Welcome to Year 6

 

Welcome to Year 6. We are a busy class, learning something new in each lesson! Our motto...every minute, in every lesson, counts!.
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Grammar videos

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Some videos to help you understand some of the tricky bits of grammar

Grammar videos

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Grammar videos

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Grammar videos

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Grammar videos

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'POINTLESS' SPAG

Safer Internet Day

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Be the change...unite for a safer internet

Expedition interviews

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    Here is a list of our current topics Spring 2016 

    R.E - Community - Sources

    English - Shackleton's Journey - William Grill

    Maths - Ratio

    Topic - Frozen Kingdom

    P.E- Dance

We are reading the true story of Shackleton's Expedition to the Antarctic

Year Six Curriculum 2016-2017

Here is a list of our current topics Nov - Dec 2016 

R.E - Vocation and Committment

English - Street Child by Berlie Doherty

Maths - Fractions

Topic - Revolution (Victorians)

P.E Indoor athletics 

What makes good...NON-FICTION WRITING

Year 6 Learning Journey Autumn 2

Year 6 Learning Journey Autumn 1

HOMEWORK

Homework in Year 6 is a vital part of our learning.

Please complete the tasks with your parents and hand back in on the correct day.

Homework will be given each Friday and should be completed and returned by the following Friday.

Please encourage your child to read every night, if their book needs to be changed please put it in the pig or the water melon!

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Our class novel

This half term we will be reading 'Street Child'  by Berlie Doherty.

 

“My story, mister? What d’you want to know that for? Ain’t much of a story, mine ain’t!”

And he looks at me, all quiet. “It is, Jim,” he says. “It’s a very special story.”

 

 

 

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Finding interesting quotes and phrases in the reading area

Celebrating Diwali with Mango Lassi

UK MILITARY SCHOOL

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