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Mrs Wainwright Wednesday and Thursday WC 30.3.2020

Year 6 Mrs Wainwright Wednesday and Thursday WC 30.3.19

Hi Year 6! Hope you are all well and are keeping safe! This weeks tasks are as follows:


  1. Finish off your Easter Homework Reading Booklet.
  2. Take some time to read your favourite book ( I am!)


  1. Can you look at the powerpoint for Synonyms and Antonyms and then answer the questions on the link below. I have put the mark scheme on too!



  1. Can you possibly bake something using units of measurement?
  2. If not I have put some questions on for you! Use the knowledge mat to help you.


  1. Can you create a powerpoint or booklet or a story to retell the Easter Story (Stations of the Cross)- You can use my example to help you and the following link


 Can you create your Egg in a box and send me a photo? I will pick a winner next week!!

  1. Amy.wainwright@stannesrc.oldham.sch.uk

Finish off your History and your Geography from last week!

WALT: To know the different types of Biome (Geography)


Write a Non Chronological report on the different types of Biome. I have attached the powerpoint with my examples on to help you. This project will last 2 weeks.

WALT: To know about the Vikings (History)

Create a Viking Timeline in your books using the powerpoint presentation- If you can’t open the presentation use the internet to help you

Again, there is a lot to do so do so don’t worry if you don’t get it all done!

Keep safe, Mrs W J

Epic reading

I have just set you all up with an Epic reading account which gives you access to a huge virtual library.

  • go to getepic.com
  • select  Have an account? Log in
  • click students & educators"
  • log in with our class code xcy2399
  • select your name
  • have LOADS of fun!

I think that you will only be able to access the books during school hours.

Have fun! Mrs Osborne x

Mrs Osborne maths

This week we will be revising ratio and proportion:

Watch the presentation at White Rose:(look at the week 1 section) https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-6/

Then have a go at the exercise in your book. If you have a printer, you can print out the worksheet and write on it!

The answers are also on the website so you can see how well you are doing.

Health and wellbeing

stay activewellbeing

Writing: The man who could perform magic

He held them with his mind. He controlled them.

The chairs swirled around him, dancing as if held by invisible strings. He practised on chairs, however his powers allowed him to manipulate things far more complex than that…

Can you write a story about the man who can perform magic?

(from pobble 365 website)


Think about: 

Why do you think the man practices his magic using chairs?

What other magic do you think the man possesses?

Why do you think he is in a field?

What do you think his home is like?

Easter arts and crafts

Easter is just around the corner so why not make something fantastic?

There are lots of ideas online, so have a lovely browse.

Send pictures of your creations to me on class dojo and you could earn some points !

Easter crafts

Lenten preparations: Make an Easter Prayer Chain

Give each member of your family a few strips of coloured paper and encourage them to write a one-line thank you prayer.

Fasten all the strips together to make a festive paper chain that you can hang across your living room.

CAFOD have a lovely Lenten calendar with a reading and prayers for each day. 


Here is a lovely worksheet to explore: 5th sunday of Lent.pdf

Advice on how to support each other from our Salford Diocese


Live streaming of masses from the Vatican


paper prayer  chain(3)

Going Stir crazy?

Bear Grylls has teamed up with the scouts to challenge you with 100 indoor adventures:


David Walliams is  reading a story every day at 11 am:


Mylene Klass is giving music lessons twice a week on her youtube channel.

Learn to cook with Jamie Oliver.

Maddie Moate will tell you all about nature and gardening on her youtube channel.




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