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Innovators Class - Year 6

Welcome to Innovator's Class


We are a class of 31 Year 6 pupils


Remote Learning Daily Timetable

9.00-9.30 am

Google Classroom


Morning Maths

Maths lesson starter


Maths task


Learning break

10.30- 11.00am

Reading task set on Purple Mash


Google Classroom

Go over any maths problems and introduce a literacy task


Literacy task




Literacy review and Topic lesson input


Topic Tasks  (Afternoon break)

What are we learning this week?  (wb - 1st February 2021)


Maths - We are learning how to use algebra.


Literacy - We will start reading our new whole class text, which is found on Purple Mash.  Each day you will be set a 'to do' on Purple Mash to read a chapter and complete a comprehension exercise based on what you have read.

Some of our literacy tasks will also be based around this text.


Topic -  We will learn about the time zones of South America.

Remote Learning tasks


All remote learning tasks and materials are found on the Innovators stream and Classwork pages on Google Classroom. 


Please note that if a task is not an online activity then it can either be printed and completed or viewed on screen and achieved by recording on paper. You DO NOT have to print any of the tasks off.


Our Crime and Punishment Topic

We have had a fantastic term and achieved so much.  During our Crime and Punishment topic we took a journey through British history to discover how crime and punishment has changed throughout the ages.  We began in Norman Britain imagining that we were a Norman peasant who broke the dreaded Forest Laws.  We wrote diaries in character.  We then researched the life of Robin Hood before debating whether he was a real person or a fictional character. After learning about the gruesome Tudor Crimes and Punishments we wrote about our fantastic day out at a Tudor hanging and debated whether or not the Tudors were right to use such harsh methods of punishment.  During the Stuart times we designed wanted posters for traitors, highwaymen, witches, poachers and smugglers.  We learnt about Dick Turpin and considered whether he deserved to be hanged.  In the Victorian times, we retold the story of a criminal whose sentence was transportation to Australia and researched the introduction of the police force and  a day in the life of a prisoner in a Victorian prison.  Once we were back up to date we looked at how crime is detected and prevented today.

We have thoroughly enjoyed reading our whole class book - Holes by Louis Sachar

After reading the Highwayman Poem by Alfred Noyes, we wrote our own verse to fit into the poem in the same style.  We charcoaled our own Highwayman pictures in the same style as the illustrator -Charles Keeping.  We also designed and made our own Highwayman pouches.