Penny Park Lane, Coventry, West Midlands, CV6 2GU

02476 333631

Holy Family Catholic Primary School

Jesus said, "Let the children come to me." We live and learn and love in His way.

 

...To Year 6

 “Be who God meant you to be and you will set the world on fire.”
~Catherine of Siena

 

 

Home Learning Information

You will find daily tasks on here for Literacy and Maths. Additionally, we will also be uploading Curriculum, RE and Wellbeing activities for everyone to do at home. We will be sticking to our planned lessons as much as possible.

 

It is essential that all Year 6 pupils continue to complete tasks set daily, and record this work in the books provided by school. If pupils do not complete the work set, they are at risk of falling further behind.

 

We ask that pupils upload their daily work to their class dojo portfolios. To do this you will need to be connected to your child's account. Use the QR code underneath the home learning work to connect.

Once we return to school, we will be collecting all workbooks in.

Please click the image above to view our virtual curriculum information evening. It is around 25 minutes long. We hope that it is informative.

 

'Letters from the Lighthouse' by Emma Carroll

Year 6 have began reading this wonderful book in class. Each morning group is at a different point in the novel, so we have recorded from Chapter 1 - Chapter 6. We would like all children to have listened to all of these chapters before our return to school.

Mrs Tompkins's group - start at Chapter 1

Miss Thompson's group - start at Chapter 3

Mrs Twycross's group - start at Chapter 5

Alternatively, you are very welcome to listen to all of the chapters again! 


Chapter 1 - Keep calm and carry on

Chapter 2 - Make do and mend

Chapter 3 - Mothers send them out of London

Chapter 4 - The Round-Up

Chapter 5 - Caring for evacuees is a National Service

Chapter 6 - Do your duty

Chapter 7 - Lend a hand on the land

Chapter 8 - Loose lips sink ships

Chapter 9 - Attack on all fronts

Chapter 10 - Careless talk costs lives

Chapter 11 - Walls have ears

Chapter 12 - Freedom is in peril

Chapter 13 - When in doubt, lights out

Chapter 14 - Keep it under your hat

Chapter 15 - Turning the tide

Spellings (w/b 21st September)

Monday 21st September

  • Daily Reading
  • Listen to 'Letters from the Lighthouse'
  • Spend 20 minutes on Mathletics
  • *NEW SPELLINGS* Spelling practice

 

Maths

Name
 Maths Monday - Stage 2 ANSWERS.pdfDownload
 Maths Monday - Stage 2.pdfDownload
 Maths Monday - Stage 3 ANSWERS.pdfDownload
 Maths Monday - Stage 3.pdfDownload
 Maths Monday - Stage 4 ANSWERS.pdfDownload
 Maths Monday - Stage 4.pdfDownload
 Maths Monday - Stage 5 ANSWERS.pdfDownload
 Maths Monday - Stage 5.pdfDownload
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6ST Sentence Stacking 2

6ST - final class postcard!

Literacy - Independent Writing

Name
 First draft.pdfDownload
 First draft.pptxDownload
 Success Criteria for Goldilocks.pdfDownload
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Curriculum - Wellbeing

Watch the video below - a reading of the book 'Bloom' by Anne Booth.

You will need a double page. At the top of the left hand side page write 'Bloom' and draw a flower in full bloom. Around it write words, phrases and sentences that make you happy. On the right hand side, write 'Wilt' at the top and draw a wilting flower.  Around it write word, phrases or sentences that make you sad. These could be related to lockdown and coronavirus, but they don't have to be. You can also draw small symbols around each statement. See the example below.

Tuesday 22nd September

  • Daily Reading
  • Listen to 'Letters from the Lighthouse'
  • Spend 20 minutes on Mathletics
  • Spelling practice

Maths

Name
 Maths Tuesday - Stage 2 ANSWERS.pdfDownload
 Maths Tuesday - Stage 2.pdfDownload
 Maths Tuesday - Stage 3 ANSWERS.pdfDownload
 Maths Tuesday - Stage 3.pdfDownload
 Maths Tuesday - Stage 4 ANSWERS.pdfDownload
 Maths Tuesday - Stage 4.pdfDownload
 Maths Tuesday - Stage 5 ANSWERS.pdfDownload
 Maths Tuesday - Stage 5.pdfDownload
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Literacy - Editing

Name
 Editing 1 & 2.pdfDownload
 Editing 1 & 2.pptxDownload
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PE - Tuesday 22nd September

PE warm up - google 'just dance for kids' and choose two of your favourite songs to dance along to.  Why not get any grown ups to join in with you?

 

Today you will be creating a dance to a song of your choice.  Before you begin, you will need to have chosen a song that you would like to dance to.  Click on the video below to find out how you can create your own dance.  Once you have finished the lesson, it would be lovely if you could up upload a video of your dance.  Good luck everyone.

 

Tuesday 23rd.  Now try the second dance session.  Enjoy

Wednesday 23rd September

  • Daily Reading
  • Listen to 'Letters from the Lighthouse'
  • Spend 20 minutes on Mathletics
  • Spelling practice

Maths

Name
 Maths Wednesday - Stage 2 ANSWERS.pdfDownload
 Maths Wednesday - Stage 2.pdfDownload
 Maths Wednesday - Stage 3 ANSWERS.pdfDownload
 Maths Wednesday - Stage 3.pdfDownload
 Maths Wednesday - Stage 4 ANSWERS.pdfDownload
 Maths Wednesday - Stage 4.pdfDownload
 Maths Wednesday - Stage 5 ANSWERS.pdfDownload
 Maths Wednesday - Stage 5.pdfDownload
 Roman Numerals Poster.pdfDownload
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Literacy - Final Stage of Editing

Name
 Editing 3 and final stage.pdfDownload
 Editing 3 and final stage.pptxDownload
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RE

Name
 Wednesday 22nd September 2020 - Ten Commandments.pdfDownload
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PE - Wednesday 23rd September

Today we are asking you to complete two gymnastics sessions where we would like you to work on your balancing skills.  Please click and follow the two sessions below.  Maybe you would like to upload a video of your achievements.

 

Thursday 24th September

  • Daily Reading
  • Listen to 'Letters from the Lighthouse'
  • Spend 20 minutes on Mathletics
  • Spelling practice

Literacy  24th September 2020

Please click on the presentation below to find out how to write a character description

Name
 Letters From The Lighthouse character description audio recording 1.pptxDownload
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Maths

Name
 Maths Thursday - Stage 2 ANSWERS.pdfDownload
 Maths Thursday - Stage 2.pdfDownload
 Maths Thursday - Stage 3 ANSWERS.pdfDownload
 Maths Thursday - Stage 3.pdfDownload
 Maths Thursday - Stage 4 ANSWERS.pdfDownload
 Maths Thursday - Stage 4.pdfDownload
 Maths Thursday - Stage 5 ANSWERS.pdfDownload
 Maths Thursday - Stage 5.pdfDownload
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Art

Name
 Y6 Mrs. Newman - Art Lesson 2.pptxDownload
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Spanish - click the picture for your recorded lesson

Password for video: Find it on class dojo!

Friday 25th September

  • Daily Reading
  • Listen to 'Letters from the Lighthouse'
  • Spend 20 minutes on Mathletics
  • Spelling practice

Literacy - Friday 25th September 2020

Name
 Stage 2 - traditional tale reading comprehension.pdfDownload
 Stage 3 - Marcus Rashford Reading Comprehension.pdfDownload
 Stage 4 - Traditional tale Reading Comprehension.pdfDownload
 Stage 5 - Lottery Win Newspaper Report Reading Comprehension.pdfDownload
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Maths

Name
 Maths Friday - Stage 2 ANSWERS.pdfDownload
 Maths Friday - Stage 2.pdfDownload
 Maths Friday - Stage 3 ANSWERS.pdfDownload
 Maths Friday - Stage 3.pdfDownload
 Maths Friday - Stage 4 ANSWERS.pdfDownload
 Maths Friday - Stage 4.pdfDownload
 Maths Friday - Stage 5 ANSWERS.pdfDownload
 Maths Friday - Stage 5.pdfDownload
 T2-M-1735-Factors-and-Multiples-Display-Poster_ver_1.pdfDownload
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Literacy

Name
 Reading Comprehnsion - Stage 2 ANSWERS.pdfDownload
 Reading Comprehnsion - Stage 2.pdfDownload
 Reading Comprehnsion - Stage 3 ANSWERS.pdfDownload
 Reading Comprehnsion - Stage 3.pdfDownload
 Reading Comprehnsion - Stage 4 ANSWERS.pdfDownload
 Reading Comprehnsion - Stage 4.pdfDownload
 Reading Comprehnsion - Stage 5 ANSWERS.pdfDownload
 Reading Comprehnsion - Stage 5.pdfDownload
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European Day of Languages

To celebrate European Day of Languages on 26th September, we would like you to make a mindmap about the many languages spoken in Europe. There is a information powerpoint, fact sheets and you can also use the knowledge from the comprehensions this morning! You can choose what goes in the middle of the page, what pictures/symbols to draw and the information that goes in your mindmap. You can also decorate with words you may know (or find out!) from European languages. Use a double page spread for this piece of work and think about presentation. See the image below for an example.

In the box below there is also a 'homework activity booklet' which you may do if you as an extension activity - you will need to choose one of the languages spoken in Europe and find specific information/words.

 

¡Diviértete! (Enjoy!)

Curriculum

Name
 EDoL Information Powerpoint.pptDownload
 European day of languages fact cards.pdfDownload
 European day of languages homework activity booklet.pdfDownload
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European Day of Languages Mindmap example

Science

For our science lessons we will be using Developing Experts, a website you may have used last year during lockdown. There will be two lessons for today, two more on Monday and another two the following Friday. To log in go to the developing experts website   https://developingexperts.com/accounts/choose-path, select 'I am a pupil', select Holy Family school and enter your mathletics password. Further instructions and the link to the website are below (underneath the spellings).

We are scientists...

Developing Experts is a comprehensive library of online, interactive science lessons with videos, presentations, quizzes and experiments - perfect for learning at home.

Children can enjoy ready-to-go science lessons in a program which fully maps the National Curriculum for year 6. Each part is developed by global science & education experts which help bring the learning to life. And the best part is your child can log on individually using their unique Mathletics password and their work, progress and understanding will be communicated and monitored to their teacher.

Please click on the picture above for instructions of how to log in.

Developing Experts Year 6 site

We will be using this site for our science learning. Click on the picture above to be taken to the sign in page.

Mrs Tompkins Class - Student Dojo Login

Miss Thompson Class - Student Dojo Login

This term, we will be learning about war, focusing firstly on World War Two. We will be asking ourselves BIG QUESTIONS such as 'Is it right to fight?', 'What is a refugee?' and 'Is it possible to achieve world peace?'. To support us in our learning, we will be reading some fantastic books starting with 'Letters from the lighthouse' by Emma Carroll. Click the picture to find a masterclass led by Emma Carroll herself!

We will also be reading 'The boy at the back of the class' by Onjali Q Raúf, 'Rose Blanche' by Roberto Inncenti and Ian Mcwan, and the beautiful picture book 'The Arrival' by Shaun Tan which each prompt discussions about the effects of war and choices that we make. 

WW2 resources and websites

Name
 Create an Anderson Shelter.pdfDownload
 Make your own 3D Spitfire.pdfDownload
 Morse code.pdfDownload
 WW2 Cryptograms.pdfDownload
 WW2 Interactive Map and Timeline.pdfDownload
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During your time in Year 6, you will be receiving the Sacrament of Confirmation. It is a beautiful celebration where you receive the Gifts and Fruits of the Holy Spirit. To learn more, click the picture and watch a fantastic video which describes the Holy Spirit beautifully. 

Maths Lessons with accompanying videos

Knowledge Organisers for Maths

Name
 KO Algebra.pdfDownload
 KO Decimals.pdfDownload
 KO Fractionis.pdfDownload
 KO Measurments.pdfDownload
 KO Number and place value.pdfDownload
 KO Percentages.pdfDownload
 KO Perimeter and Area.pdfDownload
 KO Ratio.pdfDownload
 KO Shape and angles.pdfDownload
 KO Statistics.pdfDownload
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