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Letter to Parent/Carers and Pupils Term 5 

Oak National Academy Website (Good maths and English, with a selection of other subject to complement BBC Bite Size). 

Outline of Summer Term 2020 

Maths  6  July 2020        Worksheets 6.13                               Answers
Maths 29 June 2020        Worksheets 6.12                             Answers 
Maths 22 June 2020        Worksheets 6.11                             Answers
Maths 15 June 2020        Worksheets 6.10                              Answers
Maths 8 June 2020        Worksheets 6.9                                Answers                           
Maths 1 June 2020        Worksheets 6.8                                Answers 
Maths 18 May 2020        Worksheets 6.7                               Answers 
Maths 11 May 2020        Worksheets 6.6                                Answers
Maths 4 May 2020        Worksheets 6.5                                Answers
Maths  27 April 2020    Worksheets 6.4                                Answers 
Maths  20 April 2020    Worksheets 6.3                                Answers
Maths  6 April 2020      Worksheets 6.1 & 6.2                   


Hand Writing Practice 
Hand Writing Practice Instructions 

Handwriting Worksheets to print or copy from 6 July 2020
Handwriting Worksheets to print or copy from 29 June 2020

Handwriting Worksheets to print or copy from 22 June 2020
Handwriting Worksheets to print or copy from 15 June 2020
Handwriting Worksheets to print or copy from 8 June 2020
Handwriting Worksheets to print or copy from 1 June 2020
Handwriting Worksheets to print or copy from 18 May 2020 
Handwriting Worksheets to print or copy from 11 May 2020
Handwriting Worksheets to print or copy from 4 May 2020 
Handwriting Worksheets to print or copy from 27 April 2020
Handwriting Worksheets to Print or Copy from 20 April 2020 

BBC Bite Size Y6 

First News
6 July 2020
29 June 2020
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15 June 2020
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29 May 2020
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17 April 2020 

Geography - Location North America

WC 18 May 2020
Investigate the causes effects of climate change on the polar ice caps
Climate change (or global warming), is the process of our planet heating up. Scientists estimate that since the Industrial Revolution, human activity has caused the Earth to warm by approximately 1°C.. Unfortunately, rising temperatures don’t just mean that we’ll get nicer weather. The changing climate will actually make our weather more extreme and unpredictable

Read the information on climate change:


Design a poster to help stop climate change

Try and include:

  • What are the causes of climate change?
  • How will climate change effect the planet?
  • How will climate change effect living things?

What is being done to prevent climate change?

WC 11 May 2020
Human processes both influence and are influenced by the physical features of environments that offer both possibilities for and constraints to human activity.
Research the most popular tourist destinations in New York City, USA.


Make a travel brochure for potential visitors to New York City..

Try and include:

  • Travel (how can you get there/ Local airports?)
  • Accommodation (where might people stay?)
  • Attractions (What is there to see and do?)

Examples of travel brochures:


WC 4 May 2020 
Physical features are the naturally occurring landforms of environments. They include:

  • hills
  • mountains
  • valleys
  • bodies of water, e.g. streams, becks, tarns, rivers, lakes, seas, oceans, lagoons
  • natural resources, e.g. the site of copper, tin, zinc, cobalt (although mines that are created to extract them are human features).

A mountain range refers to a series of hills or mountains arranged in a line and linked together by high ground.
Watch the video on Mountain Ranges around the world.


There are 3 main mountain ranges in North America: the Rocky Mountains, the Sierra Nevada and the Appalachian Mountains.
Choose one of these mountain ranges (or all of them) to research. Present your findings as a poster. Include key information on:

  • Useful statistics (length, highest peak)
  • Features
  • Climate
  • Habitats (what animals might you find)
  • People

Here are some websites to help you:


WC 27 April 2020
Use google maps to investigate some of the human features of Manhattan in New York City. Draw a map of the key human features of the town (things that have been built by humans such as bridges, city, town, village, factory, farm, house, office, port, harbour, transport, church and shop.).


Look at the map of Manhattan, zoom in to closely. Compare with a map of Stonehouse. //www.google.com/maps/@51.7450412,-2.2828041,17z">https://www.google.com/maps/@51.7450412,-2.2828041,17z

 Make a table comparing the human features in both towns. Similarities in one column, differences in the other.
Research some images of Manhattan. What do you notice about the architecture? Would you want to live there? Give some reasons for your answer.

WC 20 April 2020
Using the given website, research North America as a location.
Present your findings in your work book including:

  • Population
  • Area
  • Major cities (research and draw some of the flags)
  • Key geographical features
  • Bordering bodies of water


Watch the class clip: Exploring San Francisco https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zyhp34j/articles/z49dnrd

Note down the key information about the city


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