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Good morning everybody. I hope you are all well and enjoying our different learning opportunities. Please let me know how you are getting along or if I can offer any support. Keep safe.

Every day Joe Wicks is hosting a live daily P.E lesson on his you tube channel. The link is below if you would like the opportunity to jump up and move around. Enjoy and have fun!


Check out all the different activities on BBC Bitesize https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/levels/zbr9wmn

Above you will find a link to today’s learning opportunities. Please email me with any questions or to share your learning.

My email if you would like to get in touch – jo.millington@theoaks.cheshire.sch.uk


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      Previous home learning activities                                     

      Monday 20th April 2020                                                                                           

      Tuesday 21st April 2020

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Welcome to Year 6 Rowan Class

Class Teacher – Ms Millington

Class Teaching Assistant – Miss Taylor

Class governor – Francis Kwateng


Previous home learning  Monday 23rd March 2020                           



                                        Tuesday 24th March 2020

                                       Wednesday 25th March 2020

                                       Thursday 26th March 2020

                                       Friday 27th March 2020

                                       Monday 30th March 2020

                                      Tuesday 31st March 2020

                                      Wednesday 1st April 2020

                                      Thursday 2nd April 2020

                                      Friday 3rd April 2020


Welcome back, to what I know will be another successful half term for all pupils in Rowan Class. This term we start as we mean to go on – continually moving learning forward through an inquiry based learning approach.


Over this term we will be using a variety of rich texts across the curriculum in writing and these will be used as a deep dive – linking our reading activities and written work across the curriculum. This will begin with a Read to Write unit titled ‘’Hansel and Gretel’ by Neil Gaiman. This text is described as ‘a darkly brilliant fairy tale.’ Writing outcomes will include writing a dual narrative and persuasive letters. Our focus for this half term will be to ensure the children’s writing includes identifying the audience, selecting appropriate grammar and vocabulary, using semi colons within a list and expanded noun phrases to convey complicated information.


This year we will have separate sessions focusing on spelling, grammar and punctuation. The objectives we will focus on this term are: punctuation for parenthesis; commas for clarity; semi-colons and colons; as well as speech punctuation.


Research shows that reading is vital to learning. The skills learnt equip children and adults to extend their use and understanding of vocabulary. Please support your child to read at least 3 times per week.

Reading will be delivered through accelerated reader and talk for reading. Reading sessions will take place each morning and will focus on building a range of skills, such as: retrieval, inference and summarising.



During our daily Maths lessons, pupils will continue to extend their knowledge of number when working with fractions, decimals and percentages then we will investigate area and conversion of measurements. The activities will include problem solving, reasoning and rapid recall through a range of contexts. The approach used will follow the Maths policy CPA – Concrete, Pictoral, Abstract. This will enable the children to deepen their understanding of mathematical concepts at a mastery level.

X-Tables are a vital element within Maths, please support your child’s learning and success at home.



Our big question this term is focused on ‘Electricity including circuits.’

During these lessons pupils will extend their knowledge of Electricity through practical activities. In particular, we will be investigating to associate the brightness of a lamp or the volume of a buzzer with the number and voltage of cells used in the circuit

Compare and give reasons for variations in how components function, including the brightness of bulbs, the loudness of buzzers and the on/off position of switches

Use recognised symbols when representing a simple circuit in a diagram.

Curriculum Question



During Spring 2 we will discover the work of Shakespeare. This will be an exciting opportunity for pupils to deepen their understanding of the written and spoken English language. Over the course of the term we will aim to answer the big question ‘How has Shakespeare influenced our lives today?’



Rowan class will continue with bass guitars this term. This will be delivered weekly.



Pupils will have P.E each Tuesday. P.E is a core subject within the curriculum, please ensure your child has the correct kit.

Pupil will have additional sessions with Tommy every Friday afternoon.

Homework will be given out every Thursday and is due back the following Tuesday.

Reading    Research shows that reading is vital to learning. The skills learnt equip children and adults to extend their use and understanding of vocabulary. Please support your child to read at least 3 times per week. Their reading logs will be checked on a Tuesday and Thursday. Each read will then be counted and contribute towards their 100 Reads.




Thank you very much for visiting our page and please do not hesitate to come and see us with if you have any questions.

Many thanks, Ms Millington and Miss Taylor


Spring Two – Curriculum Overview

Year 6 Science Knowledge Organiser – Electricity