From Monday 15th June, the way we set Home Learning has changed. Instead of a daily Purple Mash Blog, tasks for the week can be accessed by following the link below. All the resources shown posted on the class website are the ones we are using in school that week.
You can still use Purple Mash though to tackle 2Dos, leave messages for your teacher or just have fun learning!
Welcome Visitor! This is 6Wi's class webpage. Keep and eye out for updates on all that we have been learning about this year and the fun and exciting activities taking place in Y6...
To take part, you will need to sign up and create a profile at sillysquad.org.uk. You can then set your own challenge to read any amounts of books during this time. You can read anything that makes you happy – comics, joke books, poetry, fiction or non-fiction; in digital or print format: from e-book lending through the public library service or from what you already have at home.
Each time you finish a book, add it to your profile and write a review. Along the way you will be rewarded with activities and incentives such as badges, games and videos. You will also receive a downloadable certificate once you’ve completed the challenge!
Good luck and happy reading!
This is just a reminder that tasks for you to complete appear every day on the 6Wi PurpleMash Blog. There is a range of activities provided to keep up your skills and knowledge in order to prepare you for secondary school.
You also have your homework to do, to be finished by Tuesday each week.
In addition, the document at the top of this page contains all the learning you would have done during this half term. Open it up and take a look; it will give your parents a good idea of what they can do with you to help you at home.
Great news! 6WI are invited to design a series of special silk banners for display in the Barking & Dagenham Council Chambers, as part of the celebrations to mark the 75th Anniversary of V.E. Day. We are very excited to have been chosen by Kinetika (the design company who are running the project) and really need your help.
What Do You Have to Do?
Draw two pictures. Do them lightly in pencil then go over them in a black felt tip so that they are clear. Do them on A4 blank paper but MAKE THEM BIG! If you are not able to colour them, don’t worry. But if you can colour them, please do.
One should link to V.E. Day. The other should be inspired by one of the following questions:
What Help Will You Get?
You parents will be sent an email with an information pack that tells you all you need to know. It is also attached above this post:
How Do You Give Your Work In?
When the two pictures are finished, take a photo of each one following the instructions in the pack. An adult should email them to: email@example.com as soon as they can. We need them to be there by FRIDAY 3RD APRIL so that the designs can be put onto the banners in time.
Will I Get Any Other Home Learning Tasks?
You will still need to do your homework, read and exercise. You can still go on Purple Mash/TTRS and your teachers will still set 2Dos. But, for next week, this should be your focus.
Thank you for your help. We’re really looking forward to seeing the final products. Have fun!
During the school closure, if you are at home and need help, the numbers below may well be of use:
We now know that SATs aren't happening. Even though that is the case, you will still need to prepare yourself for secondary school and make sure that you are able to do what is expected when you leave primary school. The activities listed below will help.
PLEASE ALSO VISIT THE 6WI BLOG ON PURPLE MASH FOR DAILY TASKS:
We were fortunate enough to receive a visit from West Ham Community Foundation who delivered workshops from Show Racism the Red Card's schools' programme. Heading the group was ex-QPR, Fulham and West Ham striker Lerou Rosenior who spoke to each class about the racism and prejudice he faced as a player. We also learnt about other types of discrimination and the importance of treating people equally.
It was really cold, so it must have been Duxford! Every year it's the same!
This time though, the class were really grateful to meet Robert - who grew up in East London during The Blitz. He attended a different Godwin school in Forest Gate and he was able to tell us many stories about life as a child during the war.
Mr. Wilding took our class School Councillors to Dagenham Heathway to meet with Jake Cosgrove from the company Sustrans. They have been commissioned by Barking & Dagenham council to meet with local stakeholders to plan changes which will make the Heathway a more pleasant place to visit. We looked at how to make the community safer for motorists, cyclists, pedestrians and other road users. Jake is due back in the spring so why not pass your ideas for any improvements on to Aize and Faheedat?
Continuing our topic on rivers, we visited Goresbrook Park to look how the Gores Brook has shaped the land around it. We found a huge variety of plant and insect life as well as spotting a few birds and mammals. We were able to explore different ways that seeds are dispersed and discussed the reasons why adults plants need to ensure their seeds get spread out over a wide area. We also looked at different types of native tree and the fruit that they produce.
And we went in the playground too - couldn't resist!
AUTHOR FOCUS: Cressida Cowell
The first of this year's focus authors is the current Children's Laureate Cressida Cowell. She is the author and illustrator of the bestselling The Wizards of Once and How to Train Your Dragon books series, and the author of the Emily Brown picture books, illustrated by Neal Layton. The Wizards of Once series has been translated into 37 languages and has been signed by DreamWorks Animation. How to Train Your Dragon has sold over 8 million books worldwide in 38 languages and is a major DreamWorks Animation film franchise, as well as being made into a TV series on Netflix and CBBC.
Cressida is an ambassador for the National Literacy Trust and the Reading Agency, a Trustee of World Book Day and a founder patron of the Children’s Media Foundation. She has won numerous prizes, including the Gold Award in the Nestle Children’s Book Prize.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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