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Homework

Homework set on Friday 30th September due in on Wednesday 5th October 

 

1. Emergency situations task 

 

Following our enquiry lesson this week, you need to create an information poster outlining what to do in an emergency situation. Include specific detail and information about putting people in the recovery position and performing CPR (if you are trained). You can complete this on a Google docs, Adobe spark or in your homework books. Include pictures and links (if you complete on a Google docs). 

 

2.Mathletics

 

Mathletics has been assigned for both classes linked to bar graphs and line graphs following our data lessons this week. 

 

3. Spelling 

 

CochMelynGwyrddGlas

moisture

spoilage

poisonous

asteroid

disappoint

exploit

moisten

noisier

paranoid

turmoil

turquoise

toilet

appointment

avoidable

boisterous

disjointed

embroidery

exploitation


 

moisture

spoilage

poisonous

asteroid

disappoint

exploit

moisten

noisier

paranoid

turmoil

turquoise

toilet

appointment

embroidery

disjointed


 

moisture

spoilage

asteroid

exploit

moisten

paranoid

turmoil

turquoise

toilet

appointment


 

treasure

tractor

actor

author

closure

humour

injure

rumour

colour

labour


 

 

 

Homework set on Friday 23rd September due in on Wednesday 28th September 

 

Please ensure your name is written in all of your school clothing this weekend. 

 

1. Committee applications 

 

You need to fill in the application for all of the committees that you wish to apply for. You need to think carefully about your applications and explain in detail why you believe you would be the best person for the role. You will read your applications in class next Wednesday as we carry out our class votes. 

 

2. Mathletics 

 

Mathletics has been assigned linked to mode and mean. 

 

3. Spelling 

 

 

CochMelynGwyrddGlas

politician

beautician

technician

magician

admission

discussion

action

extension

expression

confession

expansion

addition

affection

adoption

electrician

mathematician

patrician

collection

definition

direction


 

tension

mansion

mission

pension

admission

invention

politician

confession

discussion

magician

musician

extension

session

expansion

addition

affection

completion

direction

profession

permission


 

action

caption

fiction

nation

mansion

tension

addition

direction

question

pension

station

motion

mission

musician

magician


 

figure

capture

closure

ensure

future

injure

insure

mature

nature

picture


 

 

Homework set on Friday 16th September due in on Wednesday 21st September 

 

1. Compassionate & Loving 

 

Complete either on Google classroom or in your learning logs. 

 

Compassionate: We are compassionate when we feel sympathy and concern for
other people who are in difficulty, whether they are near to us or far away. 

Loving: We are loving when we show our sympathy and concern for other people by
our actions and by our words.

Task: create a guide for a younger child outlining how they can be compassionate and loving. Use real life examples and scripture. 

 

2. Mathletics

 

Mathletics has been set linked to place-value. 

 

 

3. Spelling 

 

CochMelynGwyrddGlas

excel

excellent

ecology

ecological

critic

criticise

emphatic

emphasise

propel

propulsion


 

excel

excellent

ecology

ecological

critic

criticise

emphatic

emphasise

propel

propulsion


 

excel

excellent

ecology

ecological

critic

criticise

emphatic

emphasise

propel

propulsion


 

here

deer

steer

cheer

peer

sheer

sphere

sincere

career

sneer


 

 

Homework set on Friday 9th September due in on Wednesday 14th September 

 

1. Google Classroom assignment - Applications for prefects, Head Boy and Head Girl 

 

Your homework task this week is to write an application to be a prefect. You should complete this on a Google Docs.

You need to include the following:

The reasons you want to be a prefect
The values and qualities you have that would make you a good prefect and role model
How you plan on supporting and guiding younger year groups

In addition to this, you can also attach an application for Head Boy or Head Girl. In a similar way you need to include the reasons you would like this role, the qualities you have that would help you to be an effective leader and any plans you have for the school in this role.

 

2. Mathletics 

 

Mathletics has not yet been rolled over for this academic year so we are unable to assign specific tasks. Use Mathletics to practise something you need to improve. 

 

3. Spelling 

 

Coch

Melyn

Gwyrdd

Glas 

cave

cavity

grave

gravity

please

pleasant

crime

criminal

cone

conic

decide

decision

sign

signature

sublime

subliminal

admire

admiration

cave

cavity

grave

gravity

please

pleasant

crime

criminal

cone

conic

decide

decision

sign

signature

cave

cavity

grave

gravity

please

pleasant

crime

criminal

decide

decision

serious

obvious

curious

previous

hideous

various

courteous

tedious

studious

rebellious

 

 

Homework set on Friday 8th July due in on Wednesday 13th July 

 

Wednesday 13th July - children need to be in school at 8:30 for a prompt departure at 8:40 for our leavers Mass in the cathedral. 

 

Corpus Christi transition day - Tuesday 12th July - children need to arrive at Corpus Christi at 9:30 and be picked up at 2:30. 

 

Please bring your PE kit to school on Wednesday next week. School uniform MUST be worn to school on this day as we have our leavers Mass in the Cathedral. 

 

1. Relics Newspaper report 

 

Complete the task on Google Classroom. More details can be found on the assignment. 

 

 

2. Mathletics 

 

Complete any tasks that you have set. Use live Mathletics (at an appropriate level for yourself). 

 

3. Spelling 

 

The new key words for our Come and See topic: "Common Good"

 

justice

injustice

respect

solidarity

difference

Social Justice

common good

dignity

Homework set on Friday 1st July due in on Wednesday 6th July 

 

The Corpus Christi music transition day will take place on Monday. Children need to be dropped to Corpus Christi for 9:15.

 

Please bring your PE kit to school on Tuesday next week.

 

1. St. Peter and St. Paul prayer 

 

Complete the task on Google Classroom. More details can be found on the assignment. 

 

 

2. Mathletics 

 

Complete any tasks that you have set. Use live Mathletics (at an appropriate level for yourself). 

 

3. Spelling 

 

The new key words for our Come and See topic: "Common Good"

 

justice

injustice

respect

solidarity

difference

Social Justice

common good

dignity

Homework set on Friday 24th June due in on Wednesday 29th June

 

Please ensure that costumes are brought in by MONDAY (if they have not been brought in already).

 

1. Guess the baby 

 

Upload a photo of yourself as a baby to our Google Classroom assignment. These will be used in our leavers celebrations. 

 

2. Mathletics 

 

Complete any tasks that you have set. Use live Mathletics (at an appropriate level for yourself). 

 

3. Spelling

 

Spelling rule Coch, Melyn a Gwyrdd -Phys and Phobia Words

 

Spelling rule Glas: Add -ally

 

 

CochMelynGwyrddGlas

physical

physically

astrophysics

technophobia

acrophobia

zoophobia

physician

physiology

physique

microphysics

physiotherapy

photophobia

physicist

xenophobia

agoraphobia

phobia

arachnophobia

claustrophobia

 

 

physics

physical

astrophysics

technophobia

acrophobia

zoophobia

physician

physiology

physique

microphysics

physiotherapy

photophobia

physicist

arachnophobia

claustrophobia

 

physics

phobia

physical

technophobia

acrophobia

zoophobia

physique

microphysics

physiotherapy

photophobia

 

basically

realistically

terrifically

romantically

academically

athletically

frantically

drastically

sarcastically

 

Homework set on Friday 17th June due in on Wednesday 22nd June

 

1. Yearbook comments

 

Add your comment for the year book the the Google docs that has been assigned. Please remember to include your name!

 

2. Mathletics 

 

Complete any tasks that you have set. Use live Mathletics (at an appropriate level for yourself). 

 

3. Spelling

 

Spelling rule Coch, Melyn a Gwyrdd -Phys and Phobia Words

 

Spelling rule Glas: Add -ally

 

 

CochMelynGwyrddGlas

physical

physically

astrophysics

technophobia

acrophobia

zoophobia

physician

physiology

physique

microphysics

physiotherapy

photophobia

physicist

xenophobia

agoraphobia

phobia

arachnophobia

claustrophobia

 

 

physics

physical

astrophysics

technophobia

acrophobia

zoophobia

physician

physiology

physique

microphysics

physiotherapy

photophobia

physicist

arachnophobia

claustrophobia

 

physics

phobia

physical

technophobia

acrophobia

zoophobia

physique

microphysics

physiotherapy

photophobia

 

basically

realistically

terrifically

romantically

academically

athletically

frantically

drastically

sarcastically

 

 

Homework set on Friday 10th June

 

1. Year Book Photos

 

If you have old photos at home of your time throughout St. Philip Evans, please upload them to the task on Google Classroom. We would love to start gathering them for the year book and leavers celebrations!

 

2. Lemonade Kid 

 

Practise your lines and the songs for the Lemonade Kid. 

 

3. Mathletics has been assisgned

 

4. Spelling - RE key words for all children 

 

Sacrament

anointing

sin

forgiveness

parable

Lourdes

responsibility

 

 

 

Half Term Homework set on Friday 27th Maye - due in on Wednesday 8th June 

 

1. Lemonade Kid 

 

If you have a speaking part, please ensure you learn your lines. All children can practise the songs using the PowerPoint on Google Classroom and the Youtube playlist. 

 

2. World Ocean's Day costume 

 

 

On Wednesday 8th June we will be celebrating World Oceans Day. In classes we will be learning about different animals that are endangered that live in our Oceans. For your homework we want you to prepare a costume to wear to school on the 8th June with an ocean theme.

Here are some suggestions:

· Blue Ocean outfit

· Ocean animal themed outfit

· Your own save the oceans themed outfit

· An ocean themed hat

· A Save the oceans poster to carry with your outfit

 

 

3. Mathletics has been set for both sets

 

4. Spelling

 

Coch, Melyn a Gwyrdd spelling rule - silent letters

Glas spelling rule - prefix sub-

 

CochMelynGwyrddGlas

honest

aisle

island

plumber

design

heir

wreak

column

debt

whole

wrench

raspberry

gnaw

wriggle

wrestle

knoll

beret

knuckle

subtle

rhythm


 

wrap

sword

folk

crumb

island

knob

doubt

align

limb

thumb

scene

lamb

knack

knight

tomb

jamb

answer

shepherd

thistle

solemn

 

wreck

know

knock

sign

knife

knee

known

lamb

knew

knob

 

 

subheading

submarine

submerge

subscribe

suburban

subtitles

 

Homework set on Friday 20th May due in on Wednesday 25th May

 

PE will take place on Tuesday next week. Please wear your kit to school on this day.

 

1. Research a new saint

 

See Google Classroom task for more information. 

 

2. Mathletics 

 

6D maths set - Transformations

6V maths set - Co-ordinates in the first quadrant 

 

3. Spelling

 

Coch, Melyn a Gwyrdd spelling rule - silent letters

Glas spelling rule - prefix sub-

 

CochMelynGwyrddGlas

honest

aisle

island

plumber

design

heir

wreak

column

debt

whole

wrench

raspberry

gnaw

wriggle

wrestle

knoll

beret

knuckle

subtle

rhythm



 

wrap

sword

folk

crumb

island

knob

doubt

align

limb

thumb

scene

lamb

knack

knight

tomb

jamb

answer

shepherd

thistle

solemn


 

wreck

know

knock

sign

knife

knee

known

lamb

knew

knob


 

 

subheading

submarine

submerge

subscribe

suburban

subtitles


 

 

Homework set on Friday 13th May

 

1. English oracy assessment preparation

 

On Monday, we will be completing our English oracy assessment in class. You need to think about your answers to the following questions:

 

1. What has been your greatest source of inspiration?

2. Explain the defining moments in your career.

3. How did you feel after being the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic?

4. What do you plan to do next?

 

2. Summer play audtitions

 

On Tuesday in class, we will hold the auditions for our summer play. If you are a boy and you wish to audition you need to learn the lines for 'The Lemonade Kid' and if you are a girl you need to learn the lines for 'Louisiana May'. 

 

Louisiana May: Whos' that? Oh, it's you. I thought you'd be long gone. 

 

Lemonade Kid: Oh hi, Louisiana. Saloon's closed at last then? What do you mean "long gone"?

 

Louisiana May: You know... so you don't get killed by One Eyed Jack. He might not let you live you know, even when you hand over your watch. He'd just as soon shoot ya. 

 

Lemonade Kid: So you heard about that then. 

 

Louisiana May: Course I have. That's all they've been talking about in the saloon tonight. Most folks figured you'd just leave the watch in the street where One Eyed Jack can see it and leave town before mornin'. 

 

Lemonade Kid: Well I am still here. I can't hand over my watch Louisiana, and I can't leave town yet either. 

 

3. Mathletics

 

6D maths set - finding missing angles

6V - measuring angles 

 

4. Spelling 

 

Coch, Melyn a Gwyrdd spelling rule -  Y6- Vowel Alternation 2

Glas spelling rule  Prefix  ir-

 

CochMelynGwyrddGlas

able

ability

preside

president

compete

competition

define

definition

combine

combination

compose

composition

admire

admiration

opposed

opposite

reside

resident

invite

invitation



 

able

ability

preside

president

compete

competition

define

definition

admire

admiration

reside

resident

invite

invitation



 

able

ability

compete

competition

 

define

definition

reside

resident

invite

invitation


 

irrational

irregular

irreplaceable

irrelevant

 

irresponsible

irreverent

irresistible

irreversible

irrelevance

irritate


 

 

 

Homework set on Friday 6th May due in on Wednesday 11th May

 

Please wear your PE kit to school on Tuesday next week. 

 

1. Welsh oracy assessment preparation - using your notes, prepare yourself for the Welsh oracy assessment which will take place in class next week. 

 

2. Mathletics - tests have been assigned for both maths sets. 

 

3. There is no formal spelling list this week as next week we will be completing the single word spelling test (50 words) in class. 

Homework set on Friday 29th April due in on Wednesday 4th May

 

Please wear your PE kit to school on Wednesday next week.

 

1. Giglets. 

 

Use Giglets to prepare for your online personalised reading assessment next week. You have a variety of books to read and reading test questions to complete. 

 

2. Mathletics 

 

All children have been assigned an assessment to complete in order to prepare for their online personalised assessment next week. 

 

3. Spelling

 

All children have the same spelling list this week. These spellings follow typical Year 6 spelling patterns. 

 

1. environment

2. technician

3. halves

4. paragraphs

5. joyous

6. uncovered

7. withered

8. pragmatic

9. instead

10. because

11. pollution

12. solution

13. potato

14. beautician

15. hurried

 

 

Easter homework

 

1. As a family, you can visit the Mark 10 Mission website and watch the Palm Sunday and Maundy Thursday liturgies that will be released next week. The website link is below. 

 

The Mark 10 Mission.

 

2. Giglets - you have been set a reading book and reading test questions in order to prepare you for the online personalised assessments that we will complete next half term. The book is called 'Love of the Forest'. 

 

3. Mathletics - you have all been assigned a Mathletics assessment to prepare you for our online personalised maths assessments which we will complete next half term. 

 

4. Spelling 

 

Coch, Melyn a Gwyrdd spelling rule - consonant alternation 

Glas rule - Latin origin 

 

CochMelynGwyrddGlas

sign

signal

design

designate

resign

resignation

malign

malignant

limb

limber

muscle

muscular

bomb

bombard

music

musician

condemn

condemnation


 

sign

signal

design

designate

resign

resignation

limb

limber

muscle

muscular

bomb

bombard

music

musician

condemn

condemnation


 

sign

signal

resign

resignation

limb

limber

muscle

muscular

bomb

bombard


 

scent

science

scene

muscle

fascinate

crescent

ascent

descent

scenery

scissors


 

 

Homework set on Friday 1st April due in on Wednesday 6th April

 

1. Giglets - you have been assigned the reading book 'Rainforests' to read and complete the reading test questions. 

 

2. Mathletics

 

6D - Probability

6D - ratio

 

3. Spelling

 

Coch, Melyn, Gwyrdd spelling rule - prefix pre- and post-

 

Glas spelling rule - add - tion to a verb

 

CochMelynGwyrddGlas

preview

prequel

preserve

preposition

postpone

postmodern

postcard

posterior

postgraduate

posthumous

postmark

postnatal

precaution

precook

prefix

 

preheat

premature

preschool

postmortem

postseason


 

preview

prequel

preserve

postpone

postmodern

postcard

postgraduate

postmark

postnatal

precaution

precook

prefix

preheat

preschool

postseason 

preview

preserve

postcard

postmark

precaution

precook

prefix

preheat

preschool

postseason


 

information

sensation

invitation

formation

exploration

relaxation

foundation

preparation

quotation

fixation


 

 

Homework set on Friday 25th March due in on Wednesday 30th March

 

1. Bangladesh research - see Google Classroom assignment

 

2. Mathletics has been assigned for your maths set

 

3. Spellings 

 

Coch, Melyn a Gwyrdd rule - Prefix auto-

Glas rule - -or words ending in e  

 

CochMelynGwyrddGlas

autobahn

autobiographer

autobiographical

autobiography

autocorrect

autocracy

autograph

autographed

autoimmune

automatic

automatically

automaticity

automobile

automobiles

autonomously

autonomy

autopilot


 

autobiographer

autobiography

autocorrect

autocracy

autograph

autographed

autoimmune

automatic

automatically

automaticity

automobile

automobiles

autonomously

autonomy

autopilot


 

autobiography

autocorrect

autograph

autographed

autoimmune

automatic

automobile

automobiles

autonomy

autopilot


 

sensor

creator

dictator

radiator

narrator

rotator

survivor

navigator

aviator

generator


 

 

Homework set on Friday 18th March due in on Wednesday 23rd March 

 

1. Show racism the red card competition - see Google Classroom for more information. 

 

2. Mathletics has been assigned for both classes

6D - multiplication

6V - division 

 

3. Spellings 

 

Spelling Rules

Coch, Melyn a Gwyrdd - Irregular Plurals  

Glas - Prefix -out

 

CochMelynGwyrddGlas

person

people

child

children

focus

foci

crisis

crises

analysis

analyses

data

datum

phenomenon

phenomena

stimuli

stimulus

media

medium

formula

formulae


 

person

people

child

children

focus

foci

crisis

crises

analysis

analyses

data

datum

stimuli

stimulus

media

medium


 

person

people

child

children

focus

foci

crisis

crises

data

datum


 

outfit

outside

outdate

outline

outdoors

outgrow

outrage

outcry

outlay

outdo


 

 

Homework set on Friday 11th March 

 

1. As we are leaving for Llangrannog on Monday there is no formal homework this weekend. However, you need to ensure you pack your suitcases ready for our visit! Please make sure you pack your suitcases with your parents so that you are aware of everything that belongs to you. Please ensure that all items of clothing are labelled clearly with your name. 

 

If you are not coming to Llangrannog, do something this weekend to help with your wellbeing!

Examples: draw a picture, listen to your favourite song and dance, cook a meal with your families. 

 

2. Mathletics 

 

Mathletics has been set for both maths sets. You have until Friday next week to complete it due to our visit. 

 

3. Spellings 

 

Seeing as we are aware from class Monday-Wednesday, next Friday's spelling test will be a combination of spelling lists you have been tested on since January. 

REAL PE at Home Platform

Please watch the video on how to log in and use the resources. Home Learning tasks will be set fortnightly however, you can access all the resources through the online platform. We hope you have fun playing the games and activities with your children.

 

Guidance for Families

Homework set on 4.3.22 due in on 9.3.22

 

1. Spellings- this week's spellings are from our new Come and See topic called 'Death and New Life.'

All groups to learn the words below.

loss

death

change

growth

Ash Wednesday

Lent

Holy Week

the Triduum

Easter Vigil

Resurrection

Paschal candle

An extension activity is to use a dictionary to find out the meanings of these religious words.

2. On World Book day we looked at the work of David Walliams. Use Flipgrid to create a video about what you have learnt about him. Alternatively, you could create a Google Slides presentation. This can be shared in class.

3. Mathletics activities have been set for you.

Homework set on Wednesday 16th February due in on Monday 28th February 

 

1. Eisteddfod Competitions

 

Children can enter as many competitions as they wish. Entries MUST be brought into school or uploaded to Google Classroom (virtual competitions) by MONDAY 28TH FEBRUARY for judging on this day. A pdf attachment of the different competitions can be seen below. 

 

2. Mathletics has been assigned for your maths sets

 

3. Spellings

Coch, Melyn a Gwyrdd rule - irregular plurals

Glas - prefix out - 

 

CochMelynGwyrddGlas

person

people

child

children

focus

foci

crisis

crises

analysis

analyses

data

datum

phenomenon

phenomena

stimuli

stimulus

media

medium

formula

formulae


 

person

people

child

children

focus

foci

crisis

crises

analysis

analyses

data

datum

stimuli

stimulus

media

medium


 

person

people

child

children

focus

foci

crisis

crises

data

datum


 

outfit

outside

outdate

outline

outdoors

outgrow

outrage

outcry

outlay

outdo


 

 

Homework set on Friday 11th February due in on Wednesday 16th February

 

PE will take place next week on Tuesday - please wear your kit on this day. 

 

1. Google Classroom - Children's Mental Health week 

 

As we come to the end of Children's Mental Health week, we want you to apply what you have learnt to your lives. Upload some pictures of you putting into practice what you have learnt this week. How do you look after your mental wellbeing? Explain the effect this activity has on you and why it is important you. For example: reading, taking a walk with your family or friends, drawing, etc.

 

2. Mathletics has been assigned for your maths set. 

 

6D maths set - negative numbers

6V maths set- subtraction 

 

3. Spelling 

 

Coch, Melyn a Gwyrdd rule - Italian words

Glas rule - Prefix in-2

 

The spelling test will take place next week on WEDNESDAY as a result of our 2 inset days. 

 

CochMelynGwyrddGlas

alto

solo

bruschetta

gelato

lava

broccoli

pizza

tempo

cello

espresso

pasta

piccolo

opera

maestro

soprano

gondola

facade

cappuccino

bizarre

malaria


 

alto

solo

bruschetta

gelato

lava

broccoli

pizza

tempo

cello

pasta

opera

soprano

gondola

cappuccino

bizarre


 

alto

solo

gelato

lava

pizza

tempo

cello

pasta

opera

gondola


 

insignificant

involuntary

inexpensive

inability

inconsolable

ineffective

intolerable

incurable

independent

indigestion


 

 

Homework set on Friday 4th February due in on Wednesday 9th February 

 

PE will take place next week on Monday instead of Wednesday. 

 

PLEASE WEAR YOUR KIT TO SCHOOL ON MONDAY

 

1. Research a Welsh Saint - see Google Classroom for more information. 

 

2. Mathletics - tasks have been set for both sets. 

 

3. Spelling

 

Coch, Melyn a Gwyrdd - French words

Glas - prefix up- and down-

 

CochMelynGwyrddGlas

café

debris

detour

amuse

crochet

queue

reservoir

coupon

a la carte

champagne

soufflé

etiquette

roulade

sabotage

montage

renaissance

parachute


 

café

debris

detour

amuse

crochet

queue

reservoir

coupon

a la carte

champagne

soufflé

etiquette

roulade

sabotage

montage

renaissance

parachute


 

café

amuse

detour

crochet

sabotage

montage

a la carte

soufflé

coupon

parachute


 

update

upend

uphill

upset

upon

downfall

downhill

download

downside

downtown


 

 

Homework set on Friday 28th January due in on Wednesday 2nd February 2022

 

1. Save our Planet - Flipgrid video 

 

Step 1 - log into Google Classroom and follow the link to join our class Flipgrid. 

Step 2 - record a video that is no longer than 3 minutes, explaining everything you have learnt in our Save our Planet context (further details provided on Flipgrid topic). 

 

2. Mathletics has been assigned for both maths sets 

 

6D maths set - ratio

6V maths set - negative numbers. 

 

3. Spelling - all children have the same spelling list to learn this week. They are the key words for our new Come and See topic called 'Unity' which we will be starting in class next week. 

 

communion

community

union

friendship

Eucharist

The Last Supper

chalice

Gospel

generous

love 

Homework set on Friday 21st January due in on Wednesday 26th January  

 

1. Google Classroom task - CAFOD Walk Against Hunger. 

 

Complete a poster or take a picture of yourself walking against hunger. See Google Classroom for further information. 

 

2. Mathletics has been assigned for your maths set

 

6D set - percentages of amounts

6V - fractions to decimals 

 

3. Spelling 

 

Coch, Melyn a Gwyrdd - Number prefixes Latin/Greek 

Glas rule - long a words 3

 

CochMelynGwyrddGlas

monochrome

monocracy

bifocal

bicyclist

triangle

triceratops

quadrangle

quadrilateral

quintillion

quintuplet

hexagon

hexagonal

septillion

septuplet

octogenarian

octave

nonagon

nonagenarian

decagon

decathlon



 

monorail

monologue

bicultural

bicoastal

triceratops

triangular

quadruped

quadrangle

quintuplet

hexagon

septuplet

octopods

octave

nonagon

decathlon


 

monorail

bicycle

triangle

quadrant

quintuplet

hexagon

septuplet

octopus

nonagon

decathlon


 

painting

holiday

display

decay

betray

afraid

against

explain

failure

yesterday


 

 

Homework set on Friday 14th January due in on Wednesday 19th January 

 

1. Plastic pollution research

 

Complete the assigned Google Docs on Google Classroom. Use your knowledge from our lesson this week and carry out additional research to complete the QADS grid. See Google Classroom for further information. 

 

2. Mathletics has been assigned for both maths sets linked to fractions 

 

3. Spelling 

 

Coch, Melyn a Gwyrdd - suffix -ise or -yse 

 

Glas - i before e rule 5 

 

CochMelynGwyrddGlas 

analyse

memorise

organise

recognise

realise

victimise

apologise

paralyse

emphasise

supervise

visualise

prioritise

criticise

civilise

vocalise


 

analyse

memorise

organise

recognise

realise

victimise

apologise

paralyse

emphasise

supervise

visualise

prioritise

criticise

civilise

vocalise


 

analyse

memorise

organise

recognise

realise

apologise

paralyse

emphasise

supervise


 

receive

deceive

conceive

perceive

ceiling

receipt

conceit

deceit

received

conceited


 

 

 

Homework set on Friday 7th January 2022 due in on Wednesday 12th January 

 

1. New year resolutions linked with Curious & Active - see Google Classroom for assignment and further detail 

 


Watch the assembly again (link given) and write about your new resolutions...
What you will stop doing... (red light)
What you will continue to do...(amber light)
What you start to do...(green light)

 

2. Mathletics - has been assigned linked to decimal place-value 

 

3. Spelling 

 

Coch/Melyn/Gwyrdd - suffix -ate

Glas - Oly words 3 

 

Coch

MelynGwyrddGlas

hydrate

compassionate

designate

affectionate

considerate

decorate

fortunate

passionate

accelerate

accurate

aerate

celebrate

carbohydrate

deliberate

demonstrate

deteriorate

exhilarate

elaborate

illustrate

operate


 

hydrate

compassionate

designate

affectionate

considerate

decorate

fortunate

passionate

aerate

celebrate

carbohydrate

deliberate

demonstrate

elaborate

illustrate


 

hydrate

considerate

decorate

fortunate

passionate

celebrate

carbohydrate

deliberate

demonstrate

illustrate


 

annoy

destroy

employed

enjoy

joyous

disloyal

convoy

royalty

voyage

oyster

 


 


 

Homework Week ending 10 th December 2021

 

1. Google classroom activity. Please complete the research task on Google Classrooms. Please find below a brief summary.

 We would like you to research a real life natural disaster. You can present your home learning using google slides or attach a word type document. 


if you need some inspiration on what natural disasters to choose, you could consider researching 
- Hurricane Katrina
-Storm Awen
-Tornadoes 


Think about the location of the natural disaster, what actually occurred and the aftermath.

2. Spellings - no new spellings this week, but we would like you to use the words for your group in a sentence, accurately conveying their meaning.

 

3. Mathletics tasks have been allocated for your Maths Groups.

Homework set on Friday 3rd December due in on Wednesday 8th December 

 

1. Main task - practise for your Welsh assessment which will take place in class on Monday. 

 

2. Learn the lines for our Advent service if you have any. The script can be found on our Google Classroom. 

 

3. Mathletics - tasks have been assigned for your maths class

 

4. Spelling 

 

Spelling 

Afal, Mefus a Oren: position prefixes Latin and Greek

Banana: suffix al-

 

AfalMefusOrenBanana

circumference

hypertext

hyperspace

circumstance

hyperactive

hyperextension

hypercritical

hypoallergenic

hypothermia

hypochondriac

substandard

hyperventilate

subterranean

circumnavigate

subcommittee

perimeter

superimpose

hyperbole

peripheral

subtitles

hypertext

circumstance

hyperactive

hypercritical

circumference

hypothermia

peripheral

substandard

superglue

hyperventilate

circumnavigate

subcommittee

perimeter

superimpose

subtitles

submerge

perimeter

submarine

hyperactive

hypertext

hyperspace

circumstance

circumference

periscope

supermarket

cultural

survival

comical

approval

emotional

festival

global

personal

 

 

 

 

Homework set on Friday 26th November due in on Wednesday 1st December 

 

1. Main task - English Oracy assessment preparation 

 

On Tuesday of next week we will complete our English oracy assessment in class. You will be asked the questions below and you will need to answer from the point of view of an evacuee. Over the weekend, you need to prepare your answers to these questions. 

 

How did you feel as you were waiting on the platform?

 

What happened on the train? Who did you meet?

 

How did you feel as you waited to be chosen in the billeting hall?

 

What is your new billet family and home like? What are the positives? Are there any negatives?

 

How have your feelings changed since leaving Cardiff?

 

2. Mathletics - tasks have been assigned for your maths group 

 

3. Spellings - all children have the same spellings this week. They are the key words for our new Come and See topic 'Expectations'. 

 

expectation

certainty

Advent

Christmas

Emmanuel

Angelus

Incarnation 

Messiah 

Homework set on Friday 19th November due in on Wednesday 24th November 

 

1. Mathletics: tasks have been assigned for your maths set. 

 

2. Google Classroom assignment: homophones - there, their, they're. Watch the video using the link provided on Google Classroom and complete the assigned Google Docs. 

 

3. Spelling 

 

All children have the same spellings to learn this week. 

 

1. disused

2. search

3. celebration

4. automatic

5. worried

6. laughing

7. misunderstanding

8. electrician

9. information

10. adventure

Homework set on Friday 12th November due in on Wednesday 17th November 

 

1. Mathletics - tasks have been assigned for your maths set. 

 

2. Google Classroom/learning log - carry out some research to answer the questions below. This will help you with completing your science assessment next week. 

 

What factors affect your heart rate?

What is the circulatory system and how does it work?

How does exercise affect your pulse rate? Why some types of exercise more than others?

 

3. All children have the same spelling list this week. It is a list of common year 6 spelling words. 

 

1. environment

2. technician

3. halves

4. paragraphs

5. joyous

6. uncovered

7. withered

8. pragmatic

9. instead

10. because

11. pollution

12. solution

13. potatoes

14. beautician

15. circumference 

Homework set on Friday 5th November due in on Wednesday 10th November 

 

1. Mathletics - tasks have been assigned for your maths set 

 

2. Google Classroom/Learning Log task - Following on from our lesson this week in which we wrote manifestos for fairer politics, we want you to write a speech encouraging people to vote for your party. You are the leader of the Fratelli Tutti party and you want a better world for all.  Remember the most important thing is creating a better world where we work for the common good! Include points about how you will encourage celebration of different cultures, support the deprived people in society and the actions you will take to combat climate change. 

 

3. Spelling - Access Readiwriter to practise the spellings for your group 

Coch, Melyn a Gwyrdd - ough words

Glas - -ure making schwa sound

 

Coch

 

tough

bought

brought

drought

trough

cough

dough

fought

enough

ought

rough

though

thought

sought

through

thorough

bough

wrought

although

slough

Melyn

 

tough

bought

brought

drought

trough

cough

dough

fought

enough

ought

rough

though

thought

sought

through

thorough

bough

plough

wrought

although

Gwyrdd

 

tough

bought

brought

drought

trough

cough

dough

fought

enough

rough

though

thought

sought

through

plough

Glas

 

figure

capture

closure

ensure

future

injure

insure

mature

nature

picture

Half term homework 22.10.21

 

1. Mathletics activities have been set for your Maths groups.

 

2. Spellings- there will be a random spelling test of all the words we have learnt so far, from Readiwriter. (This does not include your topic words or religious vocabulary)

 

3. Bug Club- there are reading books set at appropriate levels for you. Please read as many as you wish during half term.

 

4. Google Classroom homework (See Google stream)

On Monday 25th October, BBC Bitesize will launch The Regenerators, an ambitious new initiative that will educate and inspire children, young people and families to take simple steps to build a greener future. We know that , so we are here to equip you with the skills needed to create change and influence others to look after our planet and the world around us. 
https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zppx2v4


The Regenerators: About the campaign - BBC Bitesize
Learn and discover. Use your voice. Make a difference. On Monday 25th October, BBC Bitesize will launch The Regenerators, an ambitious new initiative that will educate and inspire children, young ...
www.bbc.co.uk 

 will be treated to a series of videos and articles that include  that you can try at home to help save money and live well. 


Homework – watch the videos and read the articles together as a family. Try out some of the practical ideas at home and take pictures or record videos of you doing this as a family. Upload the videos to Google Classroom or Seesaw. How are these steps helping our planet? 

Important message for pupils who are self isolating

Pupils who are known to us to be self isolating, have been added to our Year 6 Google Classroom Stream, where you can access the suggested tasks, whilst at home. 

Homework for week ending 15.10.21

1. Mathletics tasks have been assigned for both Maths sets. (Patterns and relationships)

 

2. Google classroom task linked to Global Goal 13.

Please see detailed assignment on Google Classrooms.

 

3. Spelling

Coch, Melyn, Gwyrdd  - words ending in -cial and -tial

Glas - i before e rule 3

 

cochmelyngwyrddglas

racial

special

potential

financial

antisocial

unofficial

artificial

crucial

confidential

torrential

sequential

beneficial

influential

commercial

substantial

deferential

impartial

quintessential

preferential

judicial

facial

partial

racial

social

martial

special

essential

initial

crucial

impartial

beneficial

financial

artificial

potential

sequential

unofficial

confidential

influential

deferential

torrential

official

facial

racial

social

special

crucial

essential

initial

martial

partial

confidential

influential

potential

sequential

vein

veil

weigh

beige

weight

eight

freight

reindeer

sleigh

unveil

 

Homework Week ending 8th October 2021

 

1. Mathletics tasks have been set for both Miss Davies and Mrs. Vella's Maths sets.

 

 

2. Main task- As both classes have now been on their educational visit to Brecon War Museum, we would like you to write a recount of your visit. More guidance can be found on Google classrooms for this activity and you should complete it on Google classrooms. 

 

3. Readiwriter- please see the assigned words for your group and complete the pratice activities on Readiwriter.

coch 

 

melyngwyrddglas

vicious

ambitious

cautious

precious

conscious

fictitious

delicious

nutritious

suspicious

malicious

spacious

infectious

atrocious

superstitious

gracious

unpretentious

capricious

ferocious

fallacious

unconscious

vicious

precious

delicious

suspicious

malicious

spacious

cautious

atrocious

gracious

nutritious

superstitious

ambitious

infectious

ferocious

fictitious

precious

conscious

ambitious

cautious

delicious

ferocious

infectious

gracious

nutritious

malicious

spacious

suspicious

vicious

atrocious

unconscious

treasure

tractor

actor

author

closure

humour

injure

rumour

colour

labour

Homework 1.10.21

 

Main homework task - homework books

 

As it is the month of October, your homework this weekend is to carry out some research on the rosary. Use the questions below to guide your research. 

 

What is the rosary?

How many decades of the rosary are there? What are they?

How is the rosary prayed?

 

Mathletics

 

Tasks have been assigned for both maths sets.

 

Spelling

 

All children have the same spelling list this week; the words are linked to our new context for learning. 6D's spelling test will take place on Tuesday and 6V's spelling test will take place on Friday as normal. 

 

billeting 

rationing

evacuee

evacuation

anderson shelter 

reliability 

empathy 

bombing

apprehensive

anxious 

 

Homework 24.9.21

1. Mathletics tasks have ben set for both Miss Davies and Mrs. Vella's Set.

 

2. Please find your spelling group lists below.

 

3. Write a prayer for St Philip Evans, thanking him for the inspiration he has given us as Catholics.

Consider how his faith was so strong that he was prepared to die for it. Use any of the learning from this week, to help you with your prayer writing. Think about the best way to start your prayer and the best way to end your prayer.

 

 

 

 

cochmelyngwyrddglas

oi words

 

moisture

spoilage

poisonous

asteroid

disappoint

exploit

moisten

noisier

paranoid

turmoil

turquoise

toilet

appointment

avoidable

boisterous

disjointed

embroidery

exploitation

moisture

spoilage

poisonous

asteroid

disappoint

exploit

moisten

noisier

paranoid

turmoil

turquoise

toilet

appointment

embroidery

disjointed

moisture

spoilage

asteroid

exploit

moisten

paranoid

turmoil

turquoise

toilet

appointment

-eer and ere words

 

here

deer

steer

cheer

peer

sheer

sphere

sincere

career

sneer

Homework 17th September 2021

Tasks:

1. Complete applications in the booklet given for any of the School Committees that you would like to apply for. 
2. Mathletics activities have been added for your Class Maths Set.

3. Spelling lists  for your group can be found below. This is a Readiwriter activity and should be practised and completed using Readiwriter.

cochmelyngwyrddglas

cave

cavity

grave

gravity

please

pleasant

crime

criminal

cone

conic

decide

decision

sign

signature

sublime

subliminal

admire

admiration

cave

cavity

grave

gravity

please

pleasant

crime

criminal

cone

conic

decide

decision

sign

signature

cave

cavity

grave

gravity

please

pleasant

crime

criminal

decide

decision

serious

obvious

curious

previous

hideous

various

courteous

tedious

studious

rebellious

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