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Home learning Monday 30th March 2020

Good morning Year Six.


Here are your learning activities for Monday 30th March.



Please note: you do not have to necessarily print everything out. Children are welcome to answer questions or respond to work in their work books that they have taken home. This will help save you ink and paper!




Today we are looking at place value: tens, units, tenths, hundredths and so on.


A song for a basic recap on place value is linked below.


You can choose from one of the following activities, depending upon how you wish to challenge yourself:

Place Value Song

Students will learn place value from thousandths to millions.

You can choose from one of the following activities:

Mathematics quick test

Here is a test for you to take on: 


Today, we are recapping word classes.


You be asked to identify nouns, adjectives, adverbs and verbs.


The videos below should be of help to recap before you begin.


Please complete the sheet below.


Word classes | English - Grammar for 11-14-year-olds

Suitable for teaching 11-14s. Rachel Reporting uncovers financial corruption and the definition of word classes. Subscribe for more English clips from BBC Te...

Nouns, Verbs, Adjectives & Adverbs - Animated Explanation

Study and learn English Grammar with this simple, animated introduction to Parts of Speech. The video uses kinetic typography and some memorable characters. ...

Here is an additional piece of work on words classes, should you wish to complete it:


Today, you will be asked to look at double consonants - something that many of us forget to use! Hopefully these activities will help you.

Spelling week two answers

Topic work

For Monday and Tuesday, there is some topic work. It is linked to the Crime and Punishment theme we have looked at over the past term.


Look through the Powerpoint below and answer the final questions:


How is crime and punishment different today to how it was in the past?


Where do some aspects of modern crime and punishment come from?


Think about everything we have looked at so far and present your information in anyway you wish - you could make a poster, write a short essay, make a Powerpoint, write a song. Anything, as long as it collects your knowledge and gives an answer to the questions!


Remember your thirty minutes a day. Some of you have already quizzed last week – well done. There are three weeks left before targets are reset – so that is three weeks left to get your reading token for the second half of spring term. Try to make sure that you have got your target – do not miss out your chance to win the Big Big Grand Prize Draw!

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