Tuesday 12th May 2020
A Poem for Fixby Year 6 children - class of 2020
Today is the day that SATs would have started,
The classroom set up and the tables parted,
The rules on the board, the display walls all covered,
Your workbooks away, out of sight in the cupboard,
Instead you are home, you’re doing your bit,
Protecting your families from getting sick,
It’s important right now, we’re in lockdown you see,
Being a part of world history,
You’ve all worked so hard, you should be so proud,
You’ve practised your SPAG and times tables out loud,
You’ve learnt algebra to the Nth degree,
And now the tests, they will no longer be,
Some may be sad that they can’t take the tests,
“Hip hip hooray,” I’ve no doubt said the rest,
Whilst the tests are on hold and you stay home this term,
Remember that tests can’t measure everything you learn,
And I don’t need SATs results to tell me,
How hard you have worked, it’s easy to see,
'Lockdown' Year 6, let me shout it out loud,
You’ve made all your teachers so very proud,
So please continue to learn, fill that brain up full,
And remember, we think you’re all wonderful!
Good morning 5/6AA. What a lovely way to start your day - with a poem. Today would have been very different if we were still at school, but as the poem said remember that you are making history. I am in the middle of writing your reports at the moment, so I have been thinking about you a lot. Today I would like you to make the most of this extra time with your family (but get your school work done as well ). So, before we start, go and give everyone in your house a big hug. Now that you have done that, here are your tasks for today:
Click here to go the Year 6 BBC Bitesize maths lesson for today. You will need to watch the video and complete the two worksheets (you can access these from the website or by clicking on the files below).
Click below to get the file. Read the story of Dani and the machine wars and then answer the questions. You can check your work when you have finished.
Yesterday you should have planned your narrative. You may need some more time today to finish planning or you might be ready to start writing the beginning of your narrative. In this section you will introduce the main character and describe the problem that they have encountered. If you click on the file below, you can read another WAGOLL that will give you some more ideas for your narrative.
Mrs Walker's group A
Click here to watch a video about using the column method for addition. Now click on the file below and answer the questions. You can check your work when you have finished.
Mrs Walker's group B
Click here to watch a video showing you how to use the column method for subtraction. Now click on the file below and answer the questions. You can check your work when you have finished.
Mrs Walker's A and B groups
Read the information about Mary Seacole on page 1. Answer the questions on pages 2, 3 and 4 (up to question 12). You will answer the rest of the questions tomorrow.
Click on the file below. Follow the instructions on the worksheet.
Open the file called Martian Alien. Have a look at the alien that has been designed to be able to survive on Mars. This alien has features that help it to survive the freezing temperatures, weak gravity and thin atmosphere of Mars. Now open the Mercury factfile. Look at its gravity, atmosphere and temperature. Now design your own alien that will be able to survive on Mercury. Label each of the features that help it to survive.