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Home Learning Year 6 – Lockdown 2

Home Learning Year 6 – Lockdown 2

We are all so sad not to see you in school today…but we are not going to let it stop our learning and our Y6 fun!!! Your Y6 experience will continue…just in a slightly different way for a few weeks. This is different from the last lockdown…as we have an end date to aim for and hopefully a greater chance of finishing the year in the normal way! Just keep remembering that!

 

Right on wards and upwards! For today, there is work set on Reading Plus, Maths.com, Spag.com, Readiwriter and a boys v girls challenge on TTRS. This should keep you busy! A big shout out to Olivia, Amelia and Joseph F, who have already been on Reading Plus, Molly and Olivia who have been on Maths.com and Chloe, Rhianne, Maeve and Olivia who have been on TTRS already this week! Who can join them today?

I have sent you each an email to your email accounts. It is very important over the next few weeks that you access your emails each day. To do this, go to the 9 dots at the top right hand corner of the google page.  These are your google apps. Then select your mail. See pictures below.

           

 

You will find an email with all the passwords that you may need to get started this morning.

To access Google Classroom, your child will need to log into their Google Account. To do this, they go to the google home page and select the 9 dots in the top right hand corner. They then choose account. Your child’s school email address is their initial then their surname @stmatthewsjarrow.co.uk. For example mwiblin@stmatthewsjarrow.co.uk. Their password should be ‘password’ unless they have changed it. All of the children have already logged into their accounts this year so they are already on the Google Classroom. However, if you do need the code- it is wwz7bri.

Remote learning will start properly from tomorrow. If you have difficulty in accessing our remote platform and you would prefer to have a paper copy of the resources, please can you email mwiblin@stmatthewsjarrow.co.uk asap. Many thanks.

I’ll find time to speak to you all properly later today. Keep your chins up! This will be over quickly and we will once again be back together! xxx

NEW MATHS WORKBOOKS TO HELP PARENTS

Hello parents/carers, The children are working so hard at school to ‘catch up’ with their maths work that they have missed out on during lockdown! If you would like to help them at home too, here are some fantastic free workbooks that cover the topics we are doing in school. They are listed by yearContinue Reading

The Year 6 Leavers’ Lockdown Production

The Year 6 Leavers’ Lockdown Production

Hello everyone! Here is a little message from Miss Wiblin and Mrs Limer. IMG_8680 The links for the Year 6 Leaver’s Lockdown Production are listed below. All 4 versions are identical apart from the 25 minute Star Wart episodes where different children play the roles of different characters. Year 6 parents have been informed ofContinue Reading

Summer Week 10 Art Work

Summer Week 10 Art Work

In Art this week, Year 6 explored techniques to create line, shape and tone. They experimented with several different mark making techniques, applying more or less pressure on the pencil to create light and dark tones of shading. Well done to you all for keeping your creative minds working. Mrs Limer

The Year 6 Leaver’s Lockdown Production

The Year 6 Leaver’s Lockdown Production

In the week leading up to the closure of schools on the 20th of March, we made a promise to our Year 6 children that they would still end Year 6 on a high. Working in 3 bubbles, the children have blown us away with their effort, humour and willingness to do anything we askedContinue Reading

The Year 6 Travel Agency

The Year 6 Travel Agency

As we are coming towards the Summer Holidays, Year 6 were challenged to create travel videos or brochures for different destinations around the world. We may not be able to travel just yet…but look at the endless possibilities we will have… I am sure you’d agree…they have done a fantastic job! Well done, Year 6!Continue Reading