Refugee poetry

Reema’s poem

Research link 1

Research link 2

The piano padlets

Use these padlets to give ideas on 2 key questions for each flashback –
1) What could the story behind this be? 2) How does the old man feel a bout this?

Leave your name on your padlet entry

When the lady joins the old man

When he is at war

The present



James Bond Dances!

Year 6 have been working hard over the last 6 weeks to prepare a dance in the style of James Bond. They had different themes like obstacle courses, capoiera fighting dancing and intimidation with the option for free style at the end. Can you spot each section?!

Max, Jack, Keynan and Pierce

Taylor, Ethan, Leo and Joel

Courtney, Rosie, Zahara and Maddie

Madison, Olly, Billy, Emma, Amy and Will

Joe, Sam, Jensen and Zac

Celi, Ruby, Izzy and Millie

Calculation videos

Today, you may like to use these videos when you are practising the four operations

Division using chunking:

Bus stop method:

Long division

Using grid method to multiply decimals

Long multiplication

Long Division!

Some of you have tried long division today. Here are some videos to help you. Remember to watch the one on seesaw by Miss Q too

Video 1

Video 2


Use this link to create, edit and improve sentences today!

6Q doc


Use these links to explore the question: why do objects weigh less in water?

Link 1 ( more simple)

Link 2 (more challenging)

Link 3 ( extra info)

Cinderella police interviews!

After reading the story from the ‘nice’ stepmother’s point of view, 6Q conducted a police interview to find out who really was in the wrong: Cindy or her ‘evil/nice/’ stepmother!

Leave some comments and let us know what you think!

Billy, Will and Max

Taylor, Leo and Zac

Maddie, Keynan and Millie

Joe, Joel and Madison

Emma, Jack and Ruby

Izzy, Amy and Sam

Ethan, Olly and Pierce

Rosie, Zahara and Jensen

3D hand tutorial

Use this tutorial to help you draw a 3D hand

Make sure you are precise with your lines. Slap dash will not work!

3D hand tutorial

Story Starters

Use these story starters to give you some inspiration for your story plan…

Story starters


Semicolon explanation website

Here is the website I was going to show you today (but it didn’t work!) for you to look at at home. It is much more interesting and useful than the one we looked at!


Natural disaster project!

You may want to look at these websites at home or in your sessions at school to help you prepare for your presentation (search disaster response) (search natural disasters)

Here is a link to your project instructions sheet

Links for Geography research

Use these links to answer your 2 key questions;

What are the main impacts on human lives after a natural disaster?

What can be done to help?

Link 1 (scroll down to the sub title ‘Human Impact of natural disasters’)

Link 2 This shows the impact of natural disasters on pets

Link 3  This shows the effects of a hurricane but there are links to the effects of lots of other natural disasters too

Link4 (scroll down to the ‘after’ sections)

Link 5 This shows 1 person’s story of survival

Literacy Google form

You will need this link for Literacy 5/01/17

Google form