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Term 4

Sending work

Some children have found the best way to send work is by photographing

it and attaching it to the email (crichardsonyear6@gmail.com).

Google Classroom Class Code for gmail email address

ougz6ky

Email Update/Google docs

Because so many of you are having problems I would like you to use a different email address to send work

to me. The email address to use is:

     crichardsonyear6@gmail.com

Also, if you cannot get google docs to work, create your work on a word document and attach it to the email.

Hopefully we will have more luck with this one!

Mrs Richardson 

Full Inboxes

I have been trying to reply to

one of you by email (SK) but

your email inbox is full so the

email will not send. Ask an

adult to help you empty your 

inbox and I will try again.

Thank you Year 6!

Accessing Google Classroom

How to submit your work using google docs

 

Topic: This term our topic is A Child's War.

 

The children will find out about World War Two, especially in relation to children. This will include our Evacuation Day.

Evacuee children from Bristol arriving in Devon, and children sitting outside what remains of their bombed home.

Art inspired by the WW2 Blitz

English: Letters from the Lighthouse by Emma Carroll

 

Front cover of the novel Letters from the Lighthouse by Emma Carroll

 

The children will be using this book for all of the English lessons this term. The children will use drama to help them write effective diary entries, play scripts, and poems.

Conscience Alley - exploring Queenie's dilemma

Maths: Algebra, time, converting measures, and practicing times tables skills.

 

This term the children will have their first taste of algebra, which is usually great fun! They will be developing their reasoning and problem solving skills whilst keeping their arithmetic skills sharp.

Science: Light, reflection, refraction and shadows.

 

In science we will be investigating light, looking at light sources, reflection and refraction, and shadows. The children will also take part in Science Week.

Crime Lab investigation using light

Science Week - Don't tip the ship!

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