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Year 6 Home Learning

Week beginning the 13th of July, 2020.

For the forseeable future, any daily and weekly tasks will be added below for year 6 students. If there are any questions or concerns, contact via email or telephone.

Email: chall@stcuth-wig.cumbria.sch.uk

Find an exciting range of activities below for you to complete this week. I am looking forward to seeing each of you for our Leavers Picnic on Thursday at 11:00am!


Stop 1: Edinburgh Zoo, United Kingdom

You will have a chnace to see the Penguins, Tigers, Koalas and many more animals. 


Stop 2: The Great Barrier Reef, Queensland, Australia

Explore, alongside David Attenborough, the wonders that are found in Australia's Great Barrier Reef. 



Stop 3: San Diego Zoo, United States of America

See Elephants, Hippo's, Giraffes alondside many other animals. It is like a trip to the zoo from the comfort of your home!


Stop 4: The Great Wall of China. China

Visit on of the most famous landmarks in the world, the Great Wall of China. Walk the wall, discover the views and learn all about the wall and how it has come to be one of the most visited places in the world. 


Stop 5: The Grand Canyon

It is like you are really there. Trek part of the GrandCanyon. Look up and see the cliffs tower around you!


Stop 6: High Pass Trek

Walk alongside some of those who have completed one of the most daring and dangerous treks found on this Earth.


Stop 7: The Taj Mahal

Breathtaking and full of wonder. Explore the Taj Mahal in all of its glory.



Here's a great competition to create your own comic. Little LICAF Live would like youngsters to design a factual comic! Inspired by Steve McGarry, it could be about anyone, from any walk of life. An athlete, a musician, actors from your favourite show, a family member, a historical figure or group of people like the Vikings! Think about what you have recently been studying in school to help you with ideas.
• Create a biographic comic. It can be any size, landscape or portrait, but we recommend no larger than A3.
• Use a combination of images and words – you can search ‘comic template’ online if you would like a ready made layout.
• You can use any materials and equipment you want; draw, paint, collage, hand write, type, computer aided.
• Hand your comic to your teacher before the deadline 25th September – please only write your first name on the front.

You can read all about it and see some examples by opening the document below. I look forward to seeing your creations.



LICAF Comic Competition 2020 Steve McGarry.pdf



In this lesson we will learn about French artist Henri Matisse and create a collage inspired by his work.


Physical Education

It is so important that we keep active, fit and healthy - Joe Wicks, the Body Coach, has committed to post live work outs everyday on his YouTube channel at 9am - give it a go!

Lets all come out of this fitter and stronger!

Click on PE with Joe  for a workout with the wonderful Joe Wicks and click onto Phunky Foods for activities around being healthy: recipies, mindfulness and physical activities.

Other Websites

French games and activities: https://www.french-games.net/

Classroom Secrets Kids: https://kids.classroomsecrets.co.uk/

Spelling/Maths Shed: https://www.edshed.com/en-gb/login?return_url=https%3A%2F%2Fhub.edshed.com

Times Table Rock Stars website: https://ttrockstars.com/

SPAG.com: https://www.spag.com/

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