Hemlington Hall Academy

Year 6 Home Learning Tuesday 9th February


Watch this assembly Assembly During English Zoom, we will have a discussion about what we have seen.

Quiz – Take this challenge to see how you would react to different scenarios.

1:30pm     Safer Internet Day with Liverpool FC  

On Safer Internet Day, we are working in partnership with Liverpool FC to stream an exciting live event for young people aged 9-11. This will include exclusive content from Liverpool Football Club – virtual tours, footage from players and the community, as well as Mighty Red –in addition to lots about Safer Internet Day and this year’s theme.

This event will take place on the UK Safer Internet Centre Youtube Channel. This is a live stream that will start at 1:30.



Give Me 5 on portfolio

Lesson Link – Fractions to Percentages


Please find the correlating worksheet on the portfolio section


Today we are going to continue focusing on the section we read yesterday (the beginning of Night Visitors).

Using evidence from the text, answer the questions below.

1) How is Sayle feeling before the snooker game?

2) How is Sayle feeling after the snooker game?

Sentence Stem:   Before the snooker game, Sayle appears to feel _________. This is shown when ___________________________.  It makes it appear that _______________________________________________.

3) Has his mood changed? If so, what do you believe caused this?


Today we are going to begin creating our spy character. Join me on Zoom at 11 where we will discuss developing characters, thinking about the qualities of your spy, their physical appearance and special skills. After the zoom, session please complete the planning sheet found on dojo.


What are nicotine and alcohol?

In this lesson, we will learn about non-medicinal drugs, such as alcohol and nicotine. We will learn about the effects of alcohol on the body as well as the negative consequences of consuming products with nicotine, like cigarettes or vaping. Finally, we will work on applying our knowledge to real life scenarios. For some people this will be a sensitive topic. If that applies to you, you may want to do the rest of this lesson with a trusted adult nearby who can support.

Lesson Link – https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/what-are-nicotine-and-alcohol-cgv3ec?activity=video&step=2

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