Remember to practise your timestables and spellings each day.  The Y5/6 National Curriculum words can be found in the 'Reading and spelling key words' tab at the top of the Year 5/6B class page.



Day 1: Angles in a triangle  
Day 2: Angles in a triangle - special cases
Day 3: Angles in a triangle - missing angles
Day 4: Angles in special quadrilaterals
Day 5: Angles in regular polygons

As usual, we have uploaded the answers for this week's activities so you can mark your own. Play the roll of the teacher! You can mark it before sending it to us. We will then have a look at how you have done, and feedback as soon as we are able.  We can help with any misconceptions you may have.

Retrieval Practice: Y5 & Y6 arithmetic papers. Remember, if it was a test in school you would have 15 minutes to compete the paper.


Day 1: Bug Club. You have a range of levelled fiction, non-fiction and poetry books in your Bug Club library. Remember, wherever you see a bug there is a question waiting to be answered!

Day 2: Reading for enjoyment.  Catch up on current events and politics, alongside news on entertainment, sport and computer games in this week's edition of First News.
Day 3: First News 'Four Stories' Reading Comprehension.
Day 4: Bug Club.
Day 5: Complete the uploaded 'The Holiday' reading comprehension.



Day 1: CLICK HERE to watch the Orangutans video then complete the ‘Word Challenge’.  
Day 2:
Click on ‘The Grammar Bit’ to revise how to write sentences that contain possessive apostrophes.
 to watch the video again, and then complete the ‘Whiteboard Challenges’.
Day 4:
Complete the uploaded ‘Nature Worksheet’. 

Day 5: Time to practise your weekly spellings.
Y5 & Y6 Spellings -  Adding verb prefix to over-
Y6 Spellings - Words that can be nouns and verbs


Day 1:
Click HERE to learn more about narrative poems. 
Day 2: 
Research information about highwaymen.  Make notes to help you with your writing tomorrow.  Click HERE and HERE for website links.
Day 3: 
Use PowerPoint to write your presentation on 'Highwaymen'.  Remember to include images but don't copy chunks of information. 
Day 4:
Review your writing.  Check for punctuation errors and grammatical mistakes.  Does it make sense? Practise reading it aloud to someone.



Continue to take part in 'Beat the Street'.  See how far you can walk, cycle, run, scoot and roll this week.


to learn about the, '
Nature of criminal activity from 1500 to the present day'.  Some crimes have always existed, whilst others are particular to certain periods in history.  How has the nature of criminal activity differed and changed over time?  Watch the video and try the quiz to test your knowledge.



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