Home Learning Journeys
So, as we enter our final week, I hope that you are all well and are looking forward to the summer holidays. How did you find the famous and significant people activities this week? Apologies to the parents who emailed about a mark scheme for the GPS task - there's a link below to the answer page.
This week's learning project is titled 'Around the World'. Enjoy! There's some great tasks in there. Please don’t forget to check out all of the celebrity online work/lessons too (see below for timetable and links).
Have a lovely summer holiday everyone! I look forward to seeing Year 5s back in September.
See you on Wednesday Year 6!
Stay safe everyone.
Celebrity Online Lessons
Free online audio books through Audible
A fantastic resource! Click on the link to download as many free online audio books as you wish. Mr Martin's recommendation: The Jungle Book, Camp Red Moon, 20 000 Leagues Under the Sea, Dragon Planet, Diary of a 6th Grade Ninja.
MFL - French lessons
If you are interested in learning French outside of school, please ask your parents to help you create a free account. You can spend anywhere between 5 and 20 minutes per day on a variety of levels.
P.E. with Joe Wicks
Join Joe Wicks, The Body Coach, each day at 9am for half an hour.
Music lessons with Myleene Klass
You don't need an instrument to take part. Mondays and Fridays at 10am.
Elevenses with David Walliams
Every day at 11am, you can listen to one of David Walliams’ World’s Worst Children stories, so sit down, take a break, and enjoy 20ish minutes of pure fun!
Every Wednesday at 12 o'clock, join Pete McKee on his YouTube channel, where children and adults can learn how to draw in a cartoon style.
Sign language lessons
For those who want to learn a new skill either by yourself or with siblings and parents, below is a link to a channel who are running daily online sign language lessons: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9w889Lid1JHB-AX4dCoQoQ
Maths lessons with Carol Vorderman
'The Maths Factor FREE for everyone to support children's continued learning at home for the duration of the UK Schools closure period. We want to help you and your child as much as we can.'
Click on the challenges below:
Cowick '75' creative curriculum - find it on the curriculum page
Song of the Week
Well done to Grace who wrote a news report about the floods and got to present it on Look North. Follow the link for an insight into her journey to the News Desk!
Hello and a big welcome to our class page from all the children and staff in Year 5 and 6!
We are an incredibly hardworking class and enjoy each and every subject. We value the contribution every person brings to our class, which makes it a happy place to learn and work.
Our Spring term topic is 'Is there anything left to explore?'
Year 6 will use their revision guides to help them work through their study books. Spellings, Maths or English homework is handed out each Friday.
The children are responsible for taking their books home and bringing them to school every day. Children are also responsible for bringing their class book to school each day. This term our reading book is 'The Explorer'.
Weekly spelling test every Friday.
Sessions are Wednesday and Thursday.
As requested by many parents at Parent's Evening, please download the file below for all grammar terms and definitions needed for Y6 SATs.
Below is a list of all the spellings ever asked in SATs tests and and a few spelling rules to help our Year 6 pupils prepare for their tests (click the download link at the bottom of the image to see the full list).
If you would like to help your child at home, there are a few games below that may be useful
Below are all the big spell lists. Click on the download button to see the full list.