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Home Learning Tasks W/B 6th July- 13th July 2020
See the attached PDF resources on Year 6 Transition:
Read Jay’s report about his experience of moving to secondary school on page 14:
Now pick out SIX main points that he mentioned that you felt were helpful.
Who were the people who were particularly helpful and how they were helpful to him.
Explain why it’s important to ask an adult working at the school for help early, instead of waiting until the situation get worst.
Why is Resilience important at secondary school?
Mathematical problem solving activities are a great way to build resilience.
Work through the attached Year 5 & 6 problems at your own pace.
Send in your solutions to google classroom or the email address below
Try some of these site too:
(Tangrams) Click here
Before you watch the transition video, list all the concerns you may have about moving from primary school to secondary school. Discuss this with someone in your house.
Finding the positive in every situation:
Match the negative comments with a positive one
a) My new school has so many great facilities such as a dance studio, sport gym, big dinner hall, and science labs.
b) I’m a bit worried about how much homework I’m going to get and that maybe I won’t be able to do it all.
c) I am now not going to have just one teacher- I’m going to have 10- How will I remember their names or where I’m meant to be each lesson?
d) My friends and I have arranged to meet up in order to help each other with our homework – it may actually be quite fun!
e) I am looking forward to having lessons with a mix of lots of different teachers- I’m certain to like most, if not all, of them!
f) I usually always play with same group of friends all the time, so it’ll be good to meet some new people and learn new games.
On PAGE 17 f the Upwards and onwards resource you’ll find more statements you can discuss.
What makes me special?
Thinks about the things that make you unique; personality, religion, culture, family, likes, dislikes, talents, hobbies, facial features, etc.
Think about what makes you a great friend.
What do you bring to friendships?
Create a Poster about you.
Take a picture of your poster and send to the email address below or share on google classroom.
This activity will hopefully help you understand the type of friend you are as well as the type of new friends you would like have.
Write a story with a moral dillenma linked to starting a new school.
Try to add the follwing ideas:
-Write in first person
-Identify what the dillenma you face
-Explaining the possible consequences to any possible actions
-What is the choice you choose to take?
- Explain why
-What are the positive and negative consequences for that choice?
-Reflect on the things your primary school teachers have done to prepare you for secondary school.
Spend 15 minutes per day practicing your times tables. Can you battle a friend?
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Try out the activities on these websites to help you prepare for secondary school. Many of you are in touch with your friends from Curwen. It would be lovely for you to discuss the points raised with your family as well as your friends.
Starting a new school Click here
What’s the difference between primary and secondary school?Click here
New subjects and timetables Click here
Growing up in Secondary School Click here
What’s to fear about secondary school?
Ten skills you might not know you had
DT – Technology
Research different easy recipies – pasta bake, cheesecake, spaghetti bolognese, vegatable curry, Jacket potatoes with three (exciting) fillings , apple crumble, omlette with three ingredients, etc.
Design your own meal and dessert for you and your family.
Write your recipe, with clear step by step guides
With an adult’s supervision and assitance follow your recipe.
Take a picture of your process and your final product and send to the email address below.
Serve food and taste
Clean serviceDiscuss with your family what you did well and how can you could have improved the dish.
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Don’t forget to have a look on some of the other areas of the website for lots of useful ideas for learning activities.
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