Year 6 - Week 11
On Olympics Week, find out about what it used to look like many years ago.
Lessons for children in school at at home
Click the links every day. These are being updated by your teachers to make sure you have a different daily activity. Please note that not every lesson will change everyday.
Record your answers in your blue book or on paper. If you require a new book, please ask your parent/carer to collect one from the hall fire exit door. Remember, fill out the online form in the lesson so that your teachers know you have been completing the work. They are checking every day.
Completing work at home is very important. However, it is equally important to get plenty of rest and sleep. Please only complete work between 8am and 6pm. Take plenty on breaks, drink lots of water and get lots of rest.
Music & Exercise
Music can be a excellent way of keeping jolly when times are stressful or boring. Use these lessons created by our teachers to lift your spirits
Daily exercise helps to keep the mind and body strong and healthy. Mr Butcher has created you these lessons to keep you active.
Support for Parents
Sign up to Seesaw by clicking here.
Watch this video on how to use Seesaw.
Watch this short video on how to use Bug Club.
Whole School Literacy
Author of the Week
Keeping fit and active is very important. Remember that when playing in the garden or taking short periods of exercise with your parent/carer, you should keep 2 metres apart.
Song of the day
Go to this link and enjoy a song a day to lift your spirits.
Staying Safe online is very important in these challenging times. Use these videos and posters to help you.
‘Chat Health’ is Here to Help
Chat Health remains open to support young people aged 11-19 during the Covid-19 restrictions. Young people can text 07490 635 443 to receive advice support and information on a range of health issues such as emotional health and wellbeing, self-harm, anxiety, health relationships, bullying and internet safety, health eating, active lifestyles and substance misuse. We encourage you to remind students that this service remains open in your daily communication to pupils.
Feeling worried, anxious or need to talk? Call
Child Line 08001111
Or use The Whisper Button.
FOR PARENTS - If you have any safeguarding concerns, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Year 7 September 2020 – Queen Katharine Academy School Places only
If your child has been offered a school place from the local authority for September start and you have not yet accepted the place at QKA,
can you please EMAIL your acceptance to email@example.com<mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org> we then can keep you informed and send you updates on QKA Year 7 Transition in preparation for their start.