Booker Hill Primary and Nursery School

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YEAR 6

Welcome to Year 6

Home Learning Projects

Click each link to download that week's Learning Project

Week 1 - My Family - Wednesday 25th March 2020

Week 2 - The area you live in - Monday 30th March 2020

Easter Week 1 Pack (for those who would like it)

Easter Week 2 Pack (for those who want it)

A Message from Your Teachers

To all of our fabulous Year 6 pupils and their families,

We hope you are all well and enjoying this wonderful sunshine that spring has brought us!

We know that you might be feeling a little worried about your learning now that school is closed but we are here to help you and will do everything we can to help you to keep up the amazing progress and work that you were all doing this and last term. We are very proud of the progress you have all made so far this year and of the way you all kept working hard up until the day we unfortunately had to close our school.

So that we can help you, we will be uploading a weekly learning project page onto this webpage and it will also be emailed out to your parents so that you have ideas for things you can be doing while at home. We will also regularly be on the school VLE to share work, chat and celebrate what you have all been doing. You can use MyMaths, Code.org and ReadTheory to keep you busy too but please remember, it is important that you spend time with your families and enjoy having the time to play games and do other fun things - like cooking or dancing - together.

We will send you a new Learning Project sheet each week and we look forward to sharing some of your amazing work on here very soon. 

Best wishes,

Miss White, Mr Ball and Mrs Nawaz Khan

Sharing your Home Learning

As part of his week 2 learning project, Luke has done a fabulous piece of work on our local football team, Wycombe Wanderers. Great work Luke!

Read Rainbow's emotional and hopeful poem about the current health crisis. Well done Rainbow and thank you for sharing your amazing poem.

 

Well done to Roshini who has been busy writing about the planets.

 

  Autumn 2019 Class Leaflet

   Achieve 100 document     Dates for Assessments 2020

End of Key Stage assessments - Information for Parents

Year 5 / 6 Maths Topic Summaries by @MrH_177

 Click here to use a fantastic Maths revision resource

Residential Kit List

 Autumn  Term

We have started Year 6 full of enthusiasm and have been working hard and taking on new responsibilities. 4 pupils were elected by the school community to be house captains and another four were voted as vice captains.

We have 4 new Pupil Parliament representatives who have already been busy collecting the views of our class to share at their weekly meetings.

In English and Topic, we have been learning all about Extreme Weather around the globe and have enjoyed writing stories based on Eight days: A Story of Haiti and sequels to the animation The Eye of the Storm.

 

 

 

We have also been enjoying doing artwork linked to our topic.

 

 

 

In fact, we are such keen artists that we have been using our art skills for our homework too!

In Science, we have been learning about evolution and inheritance and worked as groups to produce homework tasks all about primates.

Homework

Our school's homework format means we have more choice about what we do to study at home and we can even earn rewards.

We are always encouraged to challenge ourselves to complete additional home learning activities and we are supported in becoming independent by being provided with numerous resources to extend our learning beyond the classroom.

Every Friday this half term, we will have a homework session where we will review their learning and set ourselves targets. Therefore all homework needs to be in school on a Friday. 

Click here for our homework 'menu' for this term

And the Loyalty Card for recording our learning

We have also started our Reading Passport Challenge where we record our reading each day and earn 'miles per hour' so that we can visit virtual theme parks and ride virtual roller coasters.

Click here to download a copy of our Reading Passport Challenge card

  Information

All pupils are expected to bring: a water bottle, a waterproof coat, writing equipment, a school bag and plimsoles / trainers to school every day.

PE is on a Thursday and Friday.