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Home Learning week of 19th October 2020

The home learning is based on the teaching and learning that the children would be receiving in class with many of the activities being the same wherever possible. Over the course of the week, we ask that the children complete as many of the home learning tasks as possible. Home learning will be placed on the school website weekly and is for those children who are having to self-isolate at home. (There will also

If you have any questions or would like log in information, then please email the year 6 team at 

 Please email in completed home learning to the email address above with your child's name and class for your child's class teacher to review. Thank you



Lesson 1 - Moral Dilemma

Click here and listen to the next part of Friend or Foe. (If you have missed the previous episodes then listen to episode 4 before). 

Stop at 5.23 mins.

David and Tucky are faced with a moral dilemma.

What is a moral dilemma?

What should David and Tucky do?


Give David and Tucky some advice.

  • What should they do with the German soldiers?
  • Should they help them?
  • Or should they go back and tell Mr Reynolds that they are there?
  • What do you think is the right thing to do?

Write to David and Tucky and tell them what you think they should do in this situation. Make sure you explain why you think this!

Lesson 2 – Write a postcard

What is a postcard? A card for sending a message by post without an envelope. They usually have an illustration or photo on one side. Postcards played a key role in the lives of soldiers during WW2




Today, you are going to plan and write a postcard from the German soldier to his family at home in Germany.

Think about:

  • What key events he might mention?
  • What might he tell his family about?
  • Does he enjoy being a German soldier?

 Organise your ideas using the following ideas:  

  1. Greeting (e.g say hello, how are you? I miss you)
  2. Explain what happened to you ( e.g the plane crash and describe where you ended up)
  3. Explain what could happen now (e.g You met the boys and they might help)
  4. Say goodbye ( e.g Goodbye - hope to get home safe and see you soon). 



Lesson 1 – To be able to use coordinates to describe the positions of shapes in all four quadrants.

Follow  this link this link and recap coordinates:

Watch this video to learn how to plot coordinates in the four quadrants


Challenge 1 

Write down the co-ordinates for the points labelled A-Q

Challenge 2

Plot the points and join them in order with a straight line.

  • (4, 6)
  • (1, 1)
  • (6, 4)
  • (4, 0)
  • (6, -4)
  • (1, -1)
  • (4, -6)
  • (0, -4)
  • (-4, -6)
  • (-1, -1)

Lesson 2 – To be able to plot and label shape in the four quadrants

Today you will be using the grid below to answer the following questions. 


Question 1

Plot the following co-ordinates on your grid.  (Remember to use a ruler!)

  • A (5, 2)
  • B (4, 4)
  • C (-1, 2)
  • D (-2, -3)
  • E (2. -5)                 join E back to A

What is the name of this shape?

Question 2

Plot the following co-ordinates on your grid.  (Remember to use a ruler!)

  • A (3, 5)
  • B (0, 6)
  • C (-3, 5)
  • D (0, -5)                Join D back to A
  • What is the name of this quadrilateral? _______________

Question 3

Plot the following co-ordinates on your grid.  (remember to use a ruler!)

  • A (-2, 5)                                B (2, 5)
  • C (4, 3)                                  D (4, -1)
  • E (2,-5)                                  F (-2, -5)
  • G (-4, -1)                              H (-4, 3)
  • Join H to A
  • What is the name of this shape?



The Netflix for Books? – A Review of Epic!

You should still make sure that you are reading at least 3 times a week. To help make this a little easier, we have set up an Epic! Reading account for each Year 6 class. By following your class's unique log in details, you will have access to hundreds of books that you can explore for free!

  • Between the hours of 7am - 4pm Monday - Friday, you can log in to Epic School using your individual class code. 
  • If you would like some extra time to read, you can access a selection of books on Epic Free for up to 2 hours/week, after parents sign up with an email address. 

All class codes will be sent home to children with details about how you can log in. This information will also be sent to parents and carers via the Weduc app.  

Follow this link to take you straight to the Get Epic log in page and start exploring! 



British propaganda during World War 2 took various forms. Using a wide variety of media, it called for actions needed for the war, such as production and proper behaviour. There were many themes propaganda posters covered including: work, resistance, blackout, waste prevention, careless talk and victory.

Take a look at this video. 

Mini Activity:

Select one area of posters to research and why they were created for that reason.


Research and choose your favourite propaganda poster and create a observational drawing in pencil.

When you have completed this, you can add colour using any equipment you can find at home; colouring pencils, watercolours or felt tips.


This week, we would like you to complete your own personal challenge!

 Time yourself completing the exercises below. Record how many of each activity you manage to do in the time given. Take a rest day and then repeat the exercises to see if you can beat your last score.

Try to do the exercises at least 3 times throughout the week.