Home Learning Term 6
Initiate market research with friends and family about the game and product your group will make for Mini-Enterprise
Design posters and leaflets advertising your stall
Use the internet to research different ways of promoting your game and products
Practice your skills of persuasion
Preparing for Secondary School
Keep practicing times tables and manipulating them to achieve answers
Read a variety of genres, including newspapers, poems and posters
Take any opportunity to continue writing, even if it is in short bursts, so think about a keeping diary or journal
What's Coming Up for 6 Hazel?
As we move into the last few weeks of term, 6 Hazel have lots to be excited about and lots of learning to enjoy. As well as busily revising for our SATs, we will also be packing in exciting art, computing and science lessons to keep us busy.
We also have one of the best trips of the year to look forward to... The Life Skills Centre. On this trip we will experience simulated real-life situations and learn how to respond to them properly and safely. It is one of the highlights of the year!
Hello and welcome to the class page for 6RL Hazel.
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We have arrived back from our incredible residential trip to the Isle of Wight ready to learn! Having enjoyed a range of fantastic activities (including the terrifying 3G Swing) we have built our resilience, independence and teamwork. This will help us as we begin a term of new learning and revision as we prepare for our national tests at the end of May.
This term we will continue using our exciting adventure story 'Kidnap in the Caribbean' to write in a range of styles across a variety of genres, using the author's excellent prose to inspire us. In maths, we will be working through a revision cycle covering every topic we have studied in Year 6 so far. This will enable us to gain confidence in any areas of weakness and go into greater depth in areas we feel very confident in.
We will also begin a new science topic: 'Living Things and their Habitats'. This interesting biology topic will involve us learning how animals are classified and sorted to allow scientists to study behaviour and adaptation.