Year 6 Long Distance Learning 06.07.2020

Hello Year 6,

Hope you all had a wonderful weekend. 🙂 The Year 6 blog was very quiet last week so I am looking forward to hearing from you this week. Don’t leave it too long – I might forget who you are 😛 Here are your learning activities for this week.

We are immersing ourselves in the city that holds a special place in our hearts – London! You have a chance to get out and about with two fabulous virtual tours. Learn about London’s past by ordering events on a time line. Test your knowledge of London’s landmarks by playing ‘Landmark Bingo’. Have fun! 🙂

‘Coming to England’ also finishes this week with a treat on Friday.


Click on this link to take a virtual tour of the Science Museum.

Visit the ‘Stories’ section at the bottom of the home page to learn about epidemics.

Visit this page to learn even more about plastic!

Tell us if you find any other sections or galleries when you take a look around!


Impress your friends and family when you master this ‘Basic Tutting’ routine.

What is ‘tutting’ I hear you ask? The word “tutting” is a street dance style based on angular movements which are supposed to stylise the poses seen in art of ancient Egypt, and refers to “King Tut”.


How many London landmarks can you name?

Write a list of all the London landmarks you know. Don’t forget to include the names of the bridges you know!

Take a virtual walking tour of London.

Cross off the landmarks as you spot them on the video. What was your score?


Watch this video to journey back in time and discover London’s history.

Click on the links below to see or download the sheets you need for the ‘Time Line Activity

Can you match the date and description to create a London time line?

Add events from your London life to your timeline 🙂


Watch this video produced by Tate London. What is pop art?

Now try the ‘Summer Sunglasses’ activity below. You can use this template or create your own. You don’t have to use sunglasses either – you can use any object you like.

PSHE – Transition to Secondary School

PSHE – Transition to Secondary School

Your new secondary will have high expectations of the staff and students. Visit your new school’s website to find out what their values are.

Do they have a motto?

Can you design a new school uniform that reflects these values?

Use this design sheet on our blog to guide you.


Rule – Words with the ‘ee’ sound spelt ‘ei’ after ‘c’

ceiling, receive, conceive, deceive, receipt

exceptions to this rule

protein, caffeine, seize

Check the definition of any words you are unsure of. Write a sentence using each word.

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