Welcome back Year 6. I hope you had a good Half Term break and enjoyed the sunshine. Please send some photos of what you have been up to over the holiday. Here are 3 activities I've been up to.
Here are some of your friends doing exciting things during the holidays - climbing the Coppice, visiting the beach, picking up rubbish, playing in the garden and baking
Following parental feedback we would like to offer parents the choice of which learning platform they wish to use for their child. Please complete the English, Maths and Foundation subjects on your chosen platform each day and also complete the PSHE, PE and RE for the week.
School based Distanced Learning
Please send any writing or work produced as part of the daily teaching and learning to firstname.lastname@example.org for the class teacher.
Some Questions :
Why do you think Jesus was so concerned with the sick and needy?
Why do you think people scolded the blind man?
How do you think the blind man felt?
What do you think was the significance of the title the blind man gave to Jesus, ‘Jesus! Son of David!’ What did it show about his faith?
What was Jesus’ attitude to the blind man?
What do you think Jesus meant when he said, ‘Your faith has made you well’?
What do you think of the attitude of the people once they saw Jesus’ healing power?
How do you think the blind man felt when he could see?
Write a report for the Jericho Times about the incident, and explain who people believe Jesus is and what ideas and experiences people have of him. Link it to other scriptural texts and include quotes from bystanders about how it has affected their faith.
This time of year in Y6 is when we think about transitioning to High School. We cannot do this together but this lesson will help you work through your thoughts and feelings about moving on. The good thing is, you are all able to access this and therefore you can contact each other or me if you want to discuss any part of the lesson. Ask your parents to look through what you are doing so that they can support you also.