We are approaching the end of our fantastic class reading book ‘Millions’ by Frank Cottrell Boyce.
Who has been your favourite character?
Which part did you enjoy the most?
Do you think the boys will manage to change all money to euros in time?
Leave your thoughts, predictions and book reviews in the comments below.
Today’s arithmetic revision certainly went with a BANG!
Well done Y6, you’re all working really hard.
Year 6 are working so hard in the run up to their assessments.
Here is another revision video that you might find helpful.
Keep up the amazing work and you will make us all so proud.
We already know that conjunctions are used to link ideas and clauses.
To remember the coordinating conjunctions just think F.A.N.B.O.Y.S.
Subordinating conjunctions can also be used to join a main clause and a subordinate clause. This time remember A.WH.I.T.E.B.U.S
Watch the Grammarsaurus revision video and then write your own sentence in the comments below using one of these conjunctions.
Don’t forget to sing along!
Come and singalong to our favourite new grammar revision song!
Can you challenge yourself to remember all of the modal verbs in the song?
Well done to everyone involved in the toy sale at lunchtime.
Lots of money generated for Manchester Children’s Hospital.
Thank you for all of your kind donations.
Have you every heard of the Lost City of Atlantis?
Research this ancient Greek legend and let me know what you find out about this mysterious city beneath the waves.
Who built Atlantis?
Where was it supposed to be?
How and why did it disappear?