Maths homework for Wednesday 31st January26-01-2018 | 13:44:46 | No Comments

The following questions are to be completed in the children’s maths homework books and handed in no later than Wednesday 31st January:

  1. 461,803 + 938,553

 

  1. 794,342 + 680,066

 

  1. 504,142 – 74,328

 

  1. 941,915 – 563,849

 

  1. 2952 x 3

 

  1. 984 x 9

 

  1. 492 x 18

 

  1. 246 x 36

 

  1. 8856 ÷ 8

 

  1. 8856 ÷ 9

 

  1. 8856 ÷ 72

 

  1. 8241 ÷ 67

 

Year 6 learn about Privacy Policies25-01-2018 | 14:01:13 | No Comments

This afternoon Year 6 have been learning about how websites use the data we share with them.  They investigated lots of different websites that they regularly use and read their privacy policies.

 

Maths Homework for Wednesday 24th January19-01-2018 | 14:30:01 | No Comments

The following questions are to be completed in the children’s maths homework books and handed in no later than Wednesday 24th January:

 

  1. 572,904 + 827,452

 

  1. 983,231 + 491,177

 

  1. 605,253 – 75,439

 

  1. 830,804 – 452,738

 

  1. 589 x 6

 

  1. 3756 x 4

 

  1. 3756 x 24

 

  1. 3756 x 48

 

  1. 3963 ÷ 3

 

  1. 486 ÷ 3

 

  1. 6486 ÷ 3

 

  1. 5787 ÷ 4

Spelling City19-01-2018 | 14:28:04 | No Comments

In addition to the children writing them in their spelling books, the Y6 spellings can be found each week on Spelling City at https://www.spellingcity.com/users/mrhubbard

 

Furthermore, each child was given a QR code with this link on to put on the inside cover of their spelling books at the beginning of the year.

Key Stage Two Tests 201817-01-2018 | 08:11:29 | No Comments

Below is a short but informative video talking you through the layout and structure of the End of Key Stage Two Tests that all children will complete during the week beginning Monday 14th May, 2018.

 

Viking Shields05-01-2018 | 12:54:43 | No Comments

To kick-start our new topic, Anglo-Saxons Vs Vikings, the children have created their own Viking shields.

Yesterday, the children researched Viking shields before creating some of their own designs. They then chose one design to refine and also made a digital copy on the computer.

The shields are looking awesome but would not have been possible without the cardboard contributions from parents and members of staff – thank you!

 

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