Hemlington Hall Academy

Year 6 Home Learning Tuesday 19th January


Give Me 5 on portfolio

Lesson – Translations – You must watch the video.

Please find the correlating worksheet on the portfolio section

Join us for Maths Catch Up Zoom at 1:15pm


Read Chapter 3 Royal and General

Quick Fire Retrieval

  1. Where is the bank located?
  2. When Alex is in the lift with Crawley, what is checked about Alex?
  3. What number is on Ian Rider’s office?
  4. How did Alex get into Ian Rider’s office?
  5. What was Alex shocked to see on Ian Rider’s desk?

Main Task – Zoom! We will discuss this activity on Zoom and create a model answer together.

Based on Alex’s actions at the bank, what impression do you get of him?

Imagine this is a 3 mark question. I want two different points backed up with evidence from the text. Remember to use the P.E.E strategy.


We’ve already worked together on writing paragraphs about Bill Gates and Tim Berners-Lee. Today I want you to think about the features we’ve previously included in our paragraphs and write a paragraph about Steve Jobs independently. You should use the notes you made last week. When your paragraph is finished, post it on your portfolio.


How is oxygen transported around our bodies?

In this lesson, we will learn about the circulatory system. We will also focus on the contents of blood, the types of blood vessels, and how the heart works. Please watch the lesson, pausing when you are given questions. Take a photo of your work and upload it to dojo for the Y6 team to see.
Lesson Link – https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/how-is-oxygen-transported-around-our-bodies-60vk6r


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