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Y6 Home Learning - from 29th June 2020

Good morning Year 6 and welcome to the fifth week of your final half-term of Primary School!  This is such a momentous transitional stage in your lives and we are going to make sure that you enjoy this leap into High School as much as possible smiley

Below is the home learning schedule for the week beginning 6th July.  Please try to follow the suggested timetable if you can, although by now I'm sure you have worked out a routine that suits your own family circumstances.  As we now now in full swing with the children who have returned to school in Y6, the work set online will be mainly linked to the BBC Bitesize website.

As ever, if you need any help or support then please email me using your school acount and I will respond to you directly.  However, as I am now back in school full time I will reply to you either before or after our learning.

FYI - this is a link to the Summer Reading Challenge which will be ran as a digital activity this year.  Have a look and get involved!

Home-School Links PPT

Weekly Schedule

Please see the schedule below for most of your online learning this week.  You may complete the lessons in any order and all content is accessible when you follow this link.  As this is a BBC website, the content is also available on a Smart TV via the red button.

Please complete all tasks in your Home Learning book.  If your book is full and you need a new one, we have extras at school for you to collect.



This week we continue with our topic 'Called to Serve'. Please click the 'Week 5' document below to access this week's tasks about the Sacrament of ways in which people choose to serve others, as we have been called to do. 

Remember to share your work on Twitter @StAugustinesCPS and use #Y6homelearning, or email a photo of your work to Mrs Scotson through your school webiste account. If you have any questions let me know. I look forward to seeing your work!

Mrs Scotson

Below is the Angelus Prayer that we say each day in school.  Please find time to say this prayer, either on your own or with members of your family when you can.  


 I hope you all enjoyed  the Sports Week activities last week. Click on the link and complete your favourite activity from the week or use the 'plan my own' section to complete your own games. 


Please remember to tweet any pictures @StAugustinesCPS  or email me them at hgregory@st-augustines-warrington.co.uk and I can share them on our webpage. 

I hope you have fun and enjoy the week!



Mrs O'Kane has added a whole range of use websites for you to look into - follow this link and have a look...

Additional Weblinks

Just in case you wanted even more work to do, below is a list of useful websites for you to browse and explore.  There is a wide range for you to look through so investigate each one over the coming weeks and focus on the areas of learning that interest you the most.  Please also remember that you have access to our school Learning Library, TTRS, Spelling Shed and BugClub.  You have more than enough to do!

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Year 6 - Mr Bentley & Mrs Higham

Welcome to our class page. We are developing into a class of motivated and determined young people who are building upon all the fantastic skills we have already gained throughout our years here at St Augustine's Catholic Primary School.  We are ready for the challenges of Year 6 and look forward to showing what we have been learning on this webpage. 

In Year 6 we aim to develop greater independence in preparation for our transition to secondary school.  We are encouraged to take on extra responsibilities around the school and to model high expectations of behaviour and learning for our younger peers to follow in our footsteps.  With Christ as our guide, we will achieve everything we set out to!

Keep track on what we are learning about this year...

Our long term plans outline what we will be covering throughout the year. The curriculum letter outlines more about each subject for the term in detail.  

  • What day is homework given out and when is it due back in to school?

    Homework in Y6 is given out on a Monday and should be completed and returned to school no later than the following Monday.  This will be class marked.  If you complete your homework early then place your book in the homework box for safekeeping.

  • What else can I do for my child at home?

    Each child in Y6 has access to and login details for a range of subscription websites:

    • TTRS: practice times table recall
    • Spelling Shed: learn new spellings for a weekly test
    • BugClub: online eReading books
    • This website!: lots of games to play to practice all core subject areas

Safety Central Visit 2019

'Helping you and those you care for stay safe, keep healthy and be happy. That’s our objective at Safety Central, Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service’s interactive lifeskills education centre at Lymm near Warrington.

Our stunning £4.5m indoor village - with its four themed zones - provides a truly immersive learning environment, where people of all ages can develop the skills and knowledge they need to stay safe and well at home, on the road in and in our community. We share an impressive circular building with Lymm Fire Station, so visitors also get the chance to see firefighters in action, undertaking their specialist training.'

Year 5 and 6 recently visited and took part in a whole host of exciting activities and scenarios.  Follow this link to see them in action!


H&M Blog

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Music - Happy

This half-tem in music we have focused on the song 'Happy' by Pharell Williams.  We have learned how to sing it and how to accompany with musicical instruments: glockenspiels and body percussion.  What have we done well and what could we improve on?

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