An internet we trust: exploring reliability in the online world This year in the UK, Safer Internet Day explores reliability online. The internet has an amazing range of information and opportunities online, but how do we separate fact from fiction? Safer Internet Day will be celebrated globally with the slogan: Together for a better internet. Click HERE for Family Activities Here you’ll find fun and engaging activities that parents and carers…
The y5 y6 bubble have been looking at people that inspire us in our community. We looked at John Burkhill and all the amazing work he’s done for Macmillan cancer support.
The ‘Sheffield Get Moving! Lockdown Challenge’ is a personal best challenge that you can complete alone or alongside your parents/guardians. You can make one of two types of pledges: 1. To cover a certain distance by either walking, running or cycling/scooting. or 2. To take part in any type of physical activity for a certain amount of time (this includes all your PE at home challenges or any movement) You decide what you want to pledge to…
Right now, children will be spending more time online. So there are tips and advice to help you keep your kids safe online during lockdown and beyond. The last year has been anything but normal, and as we enter a new lockdown, it’s likely that children are going to continue to spend more time online. From advice on gaming to helping manage your child’s wellbeing online, the NSPCC lockdown hub…
Although we didn’t see any snow outside, we drew some impressive snowmen in class.
Good morning Year 6 – I hope you are all well. Today, please do some work on Mymaths, TTrockstars and some of your Vikings home challenge. Tomorrow I will be on zoom from 9.00am – 9.30am to explain the day’s learning – I hope to see you there! Take care, Ms Clarke xx
Here you will find all of the objectives for maths in Year 6 with key vocabulary and example.
In PSHE and English lessons we considered how lockdown affected people.
In Year 6 we learnt about the Windrush. We added our writing and artwork to the display in the hall.
We are really enjoying reading Viking Boy by Tony Bradman and learning about the Vikings.