Y6 – you have worked your socks off throughout this year and we know you are going to make us proud next week.
If you have any questions that you would like to ask over the weekend whilst you are revising, please post them on here and I’ll respond as quickly as I can.
Good luck – do your best and we’ll all be proud! 🙂
Over the last couple of days we have created a collage of Africa with each individual country forming a piece of the jigsaw. We then researched a country and created a fact card.
Dear Y6 pupils and parents,
Here is copy of the Timetable for SATs next week! Good luck to all!
Mr F 🙂
|Monday 13th May
||English reading testLevel 3-5
||English reading testLevel 6
|Tuesday 14th May
||English grammar, punctuation Level 3-5Paper 1: Short answer questionsPaper 2: Spelling task
||English grammar, punctuation Level 6Paper 1: Extended taskPaper 2: Short answer questions
Paper 3: Spelling task
|Wednesday 15th May
||MathematicsLevel 3-5Mental mathematics testTest A
|Thursday 16th May
||MathematicsLevel 3-5Test B
||MathematicsLevel 6Paper 1Paper 2
|Friday 17th May
This week we have been working on a secret mission for Wallace and Gromit! We were sent a letter asking us to help them with their latest creation! The Bread-o-matic is top secret and we have been lucky to play an important part in it’s creation.
We have learnt about how bread is made on a industrial scale and then used our knowledge to help us write an explanation to order the process. This will help Wallace and Gromit in their planning stage!
We have explored the ingredients needed to make bread and used adjectives to help us describe them. We have tasted and range of different breads and thought about how we could describe them to make them sound exciting! After exploring we even made our own bread!
The learning this week has been amazing and there has been a real buzz around year 2. I hope Wallace and Gromit appreciate the work we have all done!