Year 6 Online Learning 17.11.20

Hi Year 6!

Thank you for all the great work we received yesterday – we were impressed that so many of you were able to log in and complete the tasks set.  Here are today’s tasks for you and we look forward to seeing your work later on today.



Yesterday we watched a film called ‘Broken’ which is based on the game of Rock, Paper, Scissors.

Have you ever wondered what would happen if Rock, Paper and Scissors met each other? Well, when Rock happens to meet the magical Paper, it’s love at first sight. But when the wrath of Scissors threatens the well-being of Paper, Rock must stop at nothing to save what he loves most, no matter the cost.

Watch the film here:

You will have noticed there is no dialogue in the film. Tension is built through the images and music alone, which is a very clever technique. Today we would like you to write the dialogue (what was said) between Rock and Paper when he tries to persuade her to come with him to escape Scissors (this is from 1.15 – 1.40 in the clip). There are stills of this section of the clip below:

What would Rock say to Paper about:
– Who he is
– Why she should trust him
– Who is coming through the forest
– Why she is in danger
– Her hurting him and making him crumble
– The urgency to get away now

How would Paper respond to Rock? Remember she has never met him before so will she trust him straight away? What is her reaction when he grabs her arm and she makes him crack and crumble?

Try to make your writing have the same intensity as the music suggests. Make sure each character’s dialogue starts on a new line and is correctly punctuated.



Today we will be multiplying a 2 digit number by a 2 digit number.  Watch lesson input by clicking on this link:

We have set the question sheet linked to the video as a 2do on Purple Mash or if you would prefer to answer on the worksheet click here: Multiply-2-digits-by-2-digits


Spellings and Reading:

Make sure you are reading your book each day record it in your reading record.

Write a very short story, using as many of your spelling words as you can:













In Art we have been learning how use a vanishing point to create one point perspective art.  On Friday, we started to draw a cityscape and we would like you to create your own one at home using this video to help you

Cherry Class have produced a wonderful art display in class using the Powerpoint below.  Oak  Class you may like to give this a go too:

Create your own vanishing point picture


Have a great day

Mr Wanless and Miss Wood