Category Archives: P6W-Blog

P6W Learning Week beginning 10.6.18

 

It has been another busy week of learning in P6W!

 

Literacy

  • Developing our reading skills.
  • Developing our listening skills.
  • Developing our vocabulary.
  • Finding evidence in a text.
  • Taking an active role in group discussions.
  • Developing our understanding of a text.
  • Developing our research skills.
  • Developing our note taking/mind mapping skills.

Numeracy

  • Using and sharing strategies for mental calculations.
  • Making addition, subtraction, multiplication and division calculations using a variety of methods.
  • Explaining and continuing a visual pattern.
  • Entering values into a function machine anad working out the output.
  • Creating and investigating our own two- step function machine.
  • Understanding how letters can be used to represent unknown numbers.
  • Solving simple equations.

 I.D L.

  • Creating a PowerPoint presentation
  • Developing our knowledge of Europe.
  • Developing our knowledge of the art created by Van Gogh.
  • Appreciating a live performance.

Health and Wellbeing

  • Developing resilience.
  • Developing a growth mindset.
  • Developing our bike riding skills.
  • Contributing to cooperative tasks.
  • Developing our tennis skills.

P6W Learning Week beginning 3.6.18

 

It has been another busy week of learning in P6W!

 

Literacy

  • Developing our reading skills.
  • Developing our listening skills.
  • Developing our vocabulary.
  • Finding evidence in a text.
  • Taking an active role in group discussions.
  • Developing our understanding of a text.
  • Developing our research skills.
  • Developing our note taking/mind mapping skills.

Numeracy

  • Using and sharing strategies for mental calculations.
  • Making addition, subtraction, multiplication and division calculations using a variety of methods.
  • Working systematically.
  • Explaining what a percentage is and how it relates to fractions and decimals.
  • Finding a simple percentage of an amount using our knowledge of fractions.

 I.D L.

  • Developing our mapping skills.
  • Developing our knowledge of Europe.
  • Experiencing learning in a woodland setting.

Health and Wellbeing

  • Developing resilience.
  • Developing a growth mindset.
  • Developing our bike riding skills.
  • Contributing to cooperative tasks.
  • Developing skills for track and field.

P6W Learning Week beginning 28.5.18

 

It has been another busy week of learning in P6W!

 

Literacy

  • Developing our reading skills.
  • Developing our listening skills.
  • Developing our vocabulary.
  • Finding evidence in a text.
  • Taking an active role in group discussions.
  • Developing our understanding of a text.
  • Using the key features of an imaginative text.

Numeracy

  • Using and sharing strategies for mental calculations.
  • Working systematically.
  • Using a variety of methods to make calculations.
  • Multiplying decimals by 10, 100 and 1000.
  • Dividing decimals by 10. 100 and 1000.
  • Using the division rules for ‘real-life’ calculations.
  • Developing our research skills.
  • Creating a factfile.

 I.D L.

  • Developing our mapping skills.
  • Developing our knowledge of Europe.
  • Using our voice to improve our drama skills.
  • Identifying the key features of a successful theatre performance.
  • Developing our knowledge of the Jewish Festival of Passover.
  • Developing our knowledge of electricity.

Health and Wellbeing

  • Developing resilience.
  • Contributing to cooperative tasks.
  • Developing skills for track and field.
  • Developing the skills for riding a bike safely.

P6W Learning Week beginning 21.5.18

 

It has been another busy week of learning in P6W!

 

Literacy

  • Developing our reading skills.
  • Developing our listening skills.
  • Developing our vocabulary.
  • Finding evidence in a text.
  • Taking an active role in group discussions.
  • Creating a storyboard.
  • Identifying and using the features of a newspaper report.

Numeracy

  • Using and sharing strategies for mental calculations.
  • Working systematically.
  • Using a variety of methods to make calculations.
  • Multiplying decimals by 10, 100 and 1000.
  • Dividing decimals by 10. 100 and 1000.
  • Developing our research skills.
  • Creating a factfile.

 I.D L.

  • Developing our mapping skills.
  • Developing our knowledge of Europe.
  • Developing our knowledge of the Jewish Festival of Passover.
  • Developing our knowledge of painting techniques used by Van Gogh.
  • Applying these techniques to our own art work.

Health and Wellbeing

  • Developing resilience.
  • Contributing to cooperative tasks.
  • Developing skills for track and field.
  • Participating in team sports.
  • Developing our knowledge of our changing bodies.

P6W Learning Week beginning 30.4.18


It has been another busy week of learning in P6W!

 

Literacy

  • Developing our reading skills.
  • Developing our listening skills.
  • Developing our vocabulary.
  • Finding evidence in a text.
  • Using the spelling rule for words with silent b and d.
  • Taking an active role in group discussions.
  • Identifying and using the features of instruction writing.

Numeracy

  • Using and sharing strategies for mental calculations.
  • Making addition, subtraction, multiplication and division calculations using a variety of methods.
  • Working systematically.
  • Identifying the position of tenths and hundredths on a number line.
  • Using our knowledge of equivalent fractions to change a fraction into tenths or hundredths, then display as a decimal.
  • Explaining the position and value of digits in decimal fractions.
  • Measuring to 2 decimal places.

 I.D L.

  • Developing our knowledge of democracy in Ancient Greece.
  • Developing our detailed drawing skills.
  • Developing our clay modelling techniques.
  • Using movement, facial expression and voice to enhance our acting.
  • Developing our knowledge of how plants benefit society.
  • Developing our knowledge of traditional woodland stories.

Health and Wellbeing

  • Developing resilience.
  • Contributing to cooperative tasks.
  • Developing skills for track and field.

P6W Learning Week beginning 23.4.18


It has been another busy week of learning in P6W!

 

Literacy

  • Developing our reading skills.
  • Developing our listening skills.
  • Developing our vocabulary.
  • Finding evidence in a text.
  • Using the ‘change y to i’ spelling rule.
  • Developing our participation in discussions.
  • Using the features of persuasive writing.

Numeracy

  • Using and sharing strategies for mental calculations.
  • Making addition, subtraction, multiplication and division calculations using a variety of methods.
  • Working systematically.
  • Identifying and writing hundredths as fractions.
  • Changing any hundredths fraction to a decimal.
  • Changing any mixed number with hundredths to a decimal.
  • Measuring to hundredths.

 I.D L.

  • Developing our knowledge of daily life in Ancient Greece.
  • Developing our detailed drawing skills.
  • Developing our clay modelling techniques.

Health and Wellbeing

  • Developing resilience.
  • Contributing to cooperative tasks.
  • Developing skills for track and field.

P6W Learning Week beginning 16.4.18


It has been another busy week of learning in P6W!

 

Literacy

  • Developing our reading skills.
  • Developing our listening skills.
  • Developing our vocabulary.
  • Finding evidence in a text.
  • Note taking and organising information.
  • Developing our participation in discussions.
  • Using the features of persuasive writing.

Numeracy

  • Using and sharing strategies for mental calculations.
  • Making addition, subtraction, multiplication and division calculations using a variety of methods.
  • Working systematically.
  • Identifying and writing tenths as fractions.
  • Understanding that a decimal is a different way to represent tenths.
  • Identifying the position of tenths on a number line.

 I.D L.

  • Developing our knowledge of daily life in Ancient Greece.
  • Developing our detailed drawing skills.
  • Becoming more familiar with Greek myths and legends.

Health and Wellbeing

  • Developing resilience.
  • Contributing to cooperative tasks.
  • Developing skills for track and field.

P6W Learning Week beginning 27.3.18


It has been another busy week of learning in P6W!

 

Literacy

  • Developing our reading skills.
  • Developing our listening skills.
  • Developing our vocabulary.
  • Finding evidence in a text.
  • Note taking and organising information.
  • Developing our discussion skills.
  • Changing the meaning of a word by adding a prefix.

Numeracy

  • Using and sharing strategies for mental calculations.
  • Making addition, subtraction, multiplication and division calculations using a variety of methods.
  • Working systematically.
  • Comparing and ordering fractions by comparing the denominator.
  • Comparing and ordering fractions which have the same denominator by comparing the numerators.
  • Deciding if fractions need to be changed into equivalent fractions to compare them.
  • Using our knowledge of factors to choose a helpful common denominator.
  • Creating equal fractions with a common denominator.

 I.D L.

  • Developing our technology skills by designing and creating a 3D model.
  • Developing our knowledge of life in Ancient Greece.
  • Developing our detailed drawing skills.
  • Becoming more familiar with Greek myths and legends.

Health and Wellbeing

  • Developing resilience.
  • Contributing to cooperative tasks.
  • Skills for team games.

Greek Myths

Dear Parents/ Carers,

As part of our Ancient Greece topic, we have been looking at Greek Myths and Legends.  We would like to show Percy Jackson and the Lightening Thief tomorrow to tie in with what we have been learning in class.  The film is rated PG and we require your permission for your child to watch this.  Please ensure that the permission slip (handed out on Tuesday) is brought back tomorrow.

Many thanks for your support this term,

P6 Team

 

P6W Learning Week beginning 20.3.18


It has been another busy week of learning in P6W!

 

Literacy

  • Developing our reading skills.
  • Developing our listening skills.
  • Developing our vocabulary.
  • Identifying and using the features of persuasive writing.
  • Note taking and organising information.
  • Developing our discussion skills.

Numeracy

  • Using and sharing strategies for mental calculations.
  • Making addition, subtraction, multiplication and division calculations using a variety of methods.
  • Explaining why two simple fractions are equal.
  • Using table facts and fractions to decide if fractions are equal.
  • Creating equal fractions.
  • Simplifying fractions by dividing the numerator and denominator by a factor.
  • Identifying fractions which can be simplified.

 I.D L.

  • Developing our technology skills by designing and creating a 3D model.
  • Developing our knowledge of life in Ancient Greece.
  • Identifying how the architecture found in Ancient Greece has influenced buildings today.
  • Developing our detailed drawing skills.
  • Becoming more familiar with Greek myths and legends.
  • Developing our singing skills.
  • Developing our knowledge of maps and mapping skills.

Health and Wellbeing

  • Developing resilience.
  • Contributing to cooperative tasks.