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Reading - some of these require a username: student30822 and a password: spring1

Strand 1: Synonyms and antonyms

Strand 2: Can you differentiate between these facts and opinions?

Strand 4: Be a detective and use your inference skills.

Try this interactive poetry activity.

Watch this video and then separate these facts and inferences 

Play this game to explore some idioms.

Try this comprehension quiz.

Makesure you have explored all of these areas to prepare for reading comprehension.

Reading test practice A



Click through the areas of learning here to find revision for paper 1: arithmetic.

Click this link and scroll down to find revision for paper 2 and 3.

Try this revision game to move between different areas of maths.

Watch this video to remind you of long division. Now try these.

Try these multiplication and division problems, remember to pause the video to do your own calculations.

Watch this video to revise how to multiply fractions. Now try these.

Watch this video to remind yourself how to convert percentages to fractions and decimals.

Revise this key information about converting units of measure.

Revise this information about the place value of numbers. 

Rounding whole numbers, rounding decimals

Watch this video to remind you how to convert units of measure (length).

Watch this video to remind you how to convert units of measure (time).

Try these word problems which use measurements.

Watch this video to remind you how to convert units or measure (capacity).

Watch this video to remind you about to convert units of measure (mass).


Spelling, punctuation and grammar

What are metaphors and similes?  What is personification?

Revise what you know about word classes here: verbspronounsadverbsmodal verbsprepositionssubordinating conjunctionscoordinating conjunctionsrelative pronouns

Revise what you know about punctuation here: apostrophes for contractionspossessive apostrophessemi-colonscommashyphens and dashesellipsisbullet pointsbracketsinverted commas,

Try this grammar quiz.

Which of these spelling patterns can you improve? 'ough''cious' and 'tious'sounds that sound like 'shun', when 'ch' sounds like 'sh', when 'i' is spelt with a 'y', 'sion' suffix

Now you have refreshed your memory, try this spelling quiz.



Read this information to develop your understanding of Victorian Britain.

How did the cities change as a result of the industrial revolution?

What was industrialisation?

What was the industrial revolution?

What were some of the impacts of the industrial revolution?

Parents and carers, the following documents help you to help your child with their learning:

10 top tips for SATs revision

Revision tips to help your child

Top tips for reading with your child at home

Reading with your Year 6 child

In order to develop a deep understanding of the Indus Valley Civilisation, we needed to do a lot of research. This meant that we had to evaluate different sources for accuracy and usefulness.

We have been studying the Indus Valley in our history lessons, this inspired our latest piece of art work. The clay pottery we have produced is based on the artefacts which have been discovered.

The sun encouraged us to take our maths lesson outside; we used a range of natural resources as compasses to draw circles and calculate the radius and diameter.

World Book Day saw Year 6 creating props for their outfits, walking to town to use their book voucher, working collaboratively on some artwork to be displayed in the library and of course dressing up as our favourite book characters.

Working collaboratively helps us to develop lots of skills including reasoning, resilience and understanding of others.

We have looked closely at our local area using Ordnance Survey maps, there is so much detail and we had to look closely to locate features in the locality.

We thoroughly enjoyed studying William Morris and his artwork. We used a three-colour printing method to create artwork in a similar style.

In order to develop our understanding about life during the Industrial Revolution in Britain, it was important that we examined the sources of evidence closely and compare the advantages and disadvantages of each. Do you think primary or secondary sources of evidence were the most reliable?

Please leave us a message if you enjoyed looking at our learning or a question if you would like to know more and we will be in touch soon. Thank you

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