Milborne Port Primary School

Welcome to Crackmore Class (Year 6)

Teachers: Mr Sweatman and Mrs Noyes
Teaching Assistant: Mrs Noyes

Home Learning Expectations (updated 6th May)

Spellings will continue to be set on a Monday, to be tested on a Friday. These will be written/stuck into Home Learning Journals and set on Spelling Shed to be practised online. A minimum of ten activities per week should be completed on Spelling Shed by Friday. 

Homework for this term will largely be related to our Maya topic. On Google Classroom, there is a grid of activities with a range of different focuses. Children should choose one activity per week to complete. This work can then be submitted via the home learning email address, or preferably using Google Classroom. The easiest way of doing this is by clicking on 'Add or Create' on the right-hand side of the home learning assignment, and then work could be typed on Google Docs/Slides and then turned in, or if it is something more creative then a photograph can be uploaded. I do not necessarily expect to see a completed task every week; you could upload a few tasks at a time, but I do expect to see one task per week completed on average, over the course of the half-term.

Home reading should also still be happening, preferably on a daily basis, with a minimum of three adult signatures per week, when you have listened to your child read.

Children are also able to practise their Maths skills using the websites which we subscribe to: Maths Shed (which has the same username and password as Spelling Shed), and Times Table Rock Stars. Their passwords for these, as well as Purple Mash, are stuck in their Home Learning Journals on the Passwords page.

Photos of our land art:

Milborne Port, Somerset DT9 5EP

01963 250366

milborneportprimary@educ.somerset.gov.uk and Homelearningmpps@educ.somerset.gov.uk