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Latest Year 6 News

Week commencing Monday 6th July

This is the sixth week of our seven week second half of the summer term.

On this page teaching staff are providing a range of different learning opportunities for you to use at home. We are very aware that families will be in very different situations, so please use what works for you.

This Week’s Focus

Following your feedback, each week we are providing a whole school ‘theme’ for all ages to explore. The themes aim to offer a variety of activities that you can use at home together. This week’s theme continues to be ‘Black Lives Matter‘ (with additional resources added) and you can still access the activities for:

– ‘supporting our friendships‘ (week commencing 8th June)
– ‘being good to our bodies‘ (week commencing 1st June)
– ‘learning about what makes me happy‘ (week commencing 18th May)
– ‘continuing to show resourcefulness‘ (week commencing 11th May)
– ‘developing resilience with kindness‘ (week commencing 4th May)
– ‘growing at home‘ (week commencing 27th April) and
– ‘recognising emotions and managing feelings‘ (week commencing 20th April).

This Week’s Learning

Literacy (follow this link to a separate document)
Maths (follow this link to a separate document)
Science (follow this link to a separate document)
Art (follow this link to our arts webpage)
Music (follow this link to our arts webpage)

Note that you can still access previous week’s learning for weeks commencing Monday 29th June, Monday 22nd June, Monday 15th June, Monday 8th June, Monday 1st June Monday 18th May, Monday 11th May, Monday 4th May and Monday 27th April

Ongoing Home Learning

We have gathered a wide range of additional ongoing suggestions for children in Year 6 which could be helpful whenever you might want to use them.

Contacting Us

Please remember that you can continue to email us using the email addresses below. Thank you to everyone who has been able to send us photos of what you are up to at home; please keep doing this and we will keep sharing them!

All the best from the Year 6 Team,

Jose Dominguez jdominguez@heathbrook.org
Ashlyn Wright awright@heathbrook.org

Recent Year 6 News

2306, 2020

Exploring the Black Lives Matter issue

By |June 23rd, 2020|Categories: Year 6 2019-20|Comments Off on Exploring the Black Lives Matter issue

Year 6 have been sharing their thoughts about the Black Lives Matter movement.   They have been very passionate about the importance of ending inequality, prejudice and discrimination.  This week we have begun to create posters [...]

2904, 2020

Year 6 Home Learning

By |April 29th, 2020|Categories: Language, Oracy & Literacy Blog, Year 6 2019-20, Year 6 Home Learning, Year 6 this week's learning, Year 6 updates|Comments Off on Year 6 Home Learning

Well done on your home learning thus far Year 6! Remember to keep emailing us the wonderful learning journey you are on at home so we can share and celebrate your achievements. Thank you to [...]

2003, 2020

Fringe Festival

By |March 20th, 2020|Categories: Year 3 2019-20, Year 4 2019-20, Year 5 2019-20, Year 6 2019-20|Comments Off on Fringe Festival

The children and staff have had a great time this morning enjoying our talented pupils.  We had gymnastics, we had comedy, singing, dancing and mime.  Keep checking for more photos and videos.....      

603, 2020

World Book Day Fun – Apeeling Potatoes!!

By |March 6th, 2020|Categories: Language, Oracy & Literacy Blog, Year 6 2019-20|Comments Off on World Book Day Fun – Apeeling Potatoes!!

To celebrate World Book Day, we decided to get creative and make our favourite book characters out of potatoes. See if you can guess the different well-known protagonists and antagonists below!!

2702, 2020

Outdoor Reading Lodge!

By |February 27th, 2020|Categories: Reception 2019-20, Year 1 2019-20, Year 2 2019-20, Year 3 2019-20, Year 4 2019-20, Year 5 2019-20, Year 6 2019-20|Comments Off on Outdoor Reading Lodge!

Wednesday saw the grand opening of our brand new outdoor Reading Lodge. This has been designed to be a quiet place for all children, from Reception to Year 6, to use to relax and read [...]