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Year 6 Home Learning Links from the 1st of June 2020

Links to Home Learning

Hi year sixes!    The way home learning is going to be done is going to change from the 1st of June.   As many year sixes are now going back into school, I am now just putting up a list of links that you can click on every day to do some home learning. Remember as well as the activities below - you also have your SAT booklets that you can use and home learning packs that you can go through.

Oak Academy:


Click on the above link.  Then click classroom, find lessons, schedule and year 6. Then choose the week, day and lesson.

BBC Bitesize:

Click on the link above.   Then click onto year 6.


Read a book of your choice for 20 minutes or listen to a book on Audible which is providing free audio books for children –

David Walliams

Why not sit back and enjoy listening to one of David Walliams’ stories. 

Or if you fancy listening to other stories then try and the link below


Go onto TT Rockstars every day for 10 minutes.  See if you can beat your last score.

Go onto Corbett Maths to practise your arithmetic skills.

Scroll down to the date.  Choose either bronze, silver gold or platinum if you want a challenge.  Then check what you have done with the answers below.

If you fancy playing some maths games click on the link below.   They will help keep your mind active.


If you fancy practising some of your drawing skills then click on the link below.  You will be an artist in no time.  There are lots of fun and creative things to do.


Keep your mind and body healthy with the following websites.  You could try P.E with Joe Wicks or some cosmic yoga.


Find out about the world around you.  By completing quizzes and solving puzzles.  Also make creative things like pebble people and paper daffodils.

Why not try one of the 100 indoor challenges that the explorer  Bear Grylls  has set.  The activities range from boosting communication skills to problem-solving and include challenges such as creating a "storm in a teacup", designing monster bookmarks and lollipop catapults, becoming a "black-out poet", making hot air balloons, learning code, practising digital camera skills and much more. And it doesn't matter where in the world you are, anyone can join in.

Why not try completing one of the pobble non-screen activities.  They are really fun to do!