Monthly Archives: March 2015

The Mysteries of Easter Island


Use the websites below in your lesson to help you find out about the mysteries of Easter Island:

The taller you are, the further you can throw. True or false?


This afternoon, as part of our health day, Miss Cash’s maths group investigated whether height has an effect on how far a person can throw. We tried to make it a fair test by throwing balls that were the same size, from the same stating position and using an over arm technique. Each person threw three times and we then calculated the mean. We plotted our results on a scatter graph to see if there was any correlation to answer our question. What do you think our scatter graph shows? How do you think we could improve our investigation or our recording next time?






Revision Ideas!


*Read the texts you have been given and answer the SATs style questions.

*Read with an adult and answer some comprehension questions.

* – there are links to some practice comprehension activities

*Use your CGP revision book to revise areas that you are not sure about and to answer the recap questions.

*Complete your booster packs on MyMaths. Your password will be given out separately.

* –  Key Stage Two revision activities.

*If you are entering the level 6 maths test try:

*–there so some free games and activities on their website.

*Practise your skills with games on Interactive Resources

Make sure you click PUPIL log in. Use the folder Year 6 Revision and you could use any of the games in the Year 6 folder too.

Your password will be sent home separately.

Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar

* – links to lots of different SPaG games

*Use BBC Bitesize – KS2 – English – Spelling and Grammar (

*Practise the spellings from the list we have sent home.

Maths Money Challenge!


This week we have been applying our money skills to lots of different situations.

Here is an extra investigation to try, from the Nrich website. See if you can post an answer in the comments!

Ram divided 15 pennies among four small bags.

He labelled each bag with the number of pennies inside it.

He could then pay any sum of money from 1p to 15p without opening any bag.

How many pennies did Ram put in each bag?



Homework (Due by Wednesday 25th March)

  • Practise your spellings
  • Complete the pages given to you by your maths teacher (due by Monday 23rd March)
  • Make a mind map in your book to help you revise SPAG, including these different word types:
    • Adjectives
    • Adverbs
    • Nouns
    • Conjunctions
    • Prepositions
    • Articles
  • You must explain what each one is and give at least one example in a sentence.

Big Charity Day Fun!


On Friday, many Year 6 children voted for which teachers they would like to see get the most soaked – all for a good cause, of course. Miss Edwrads was the clear winner from year 6, with a massive number of votes! Mrs McCarthy, however, was voted for twice as many times as Miss Edwards. Take a look at the photos!