Year 6: Huntspill + Hartlake

   Huntspill and Hartlake Classes 2020-2021
                         
            Year 6 - Miss D and Miss Sampson 
TERM 1
Welcome to our Year 6 Website Page.  Everyone is settling in really well and we are so proud of our Year 6s for returning with such a good attitude.  
 
We will update this page with work and photos to let you know how we are doing.  
Our topic this term is EXTREME EARTH
 

volcano

earthquake

tsunami

Earth

tectonic plates

natural disaster

crust

mantle

inner core

outer core

continents

lava

Ring of Fire

extinct

vent

crater

ash

magma

monsoon

environment

climate

hemisphere

location

weather

hurricane

dormant

fault

equator

aftershock

active

eruption

 

 

 

 

 

volcano is an opening in the Earth's crust that allows magma, hot ash and gases to escape. Find out more with Bitesize KS2 Geography.
 
 
Earthquakes are caused when the Earth's crust pulls and pushes against itself. Find out more with Bitesize KS2 Geography.
For our work in Values Week we have discussed each of the school values and discussed how they are relevant to us.  We have completed some posters and hand art to share with others in our school.  
Remember to log onto Maths and Spelling Shed regularly.
Spelling for Term 1
 

 

Test date

Rule

Green Group

Yellow Group

Red Group

11th Sept

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Words with the suffix

-able

comfortable

reasonable

likeable

dependable

breakable

unforgivable

believable

tolerable

dependable

considerable

incomparable

undoubtable

applicable

considerable

undesirable

18th Sept

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Words with the suffix

-able

valuable

excitable

suitable

changeable

moveable

adorable

available

affordable

changeable

respectable

advisable

knowledgeable

noticeable

memorable

negotiable

25th Sept

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Words with the suffix

-ible

possible

visible

incredible

sensible

terribly

reversible

divisible

incredible

forcible

responsible

responsible

compatible

irresistible

irreversible

collapsible

2nd Oct

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Words with the suffix

-ibly/-ably

adorably

reasonably

comfortably

sensibly

terribly

responsibly

incredibly

sensibly

considerably

noticeably

considerably

responsibly

preferably

responsibly

reasonably

9th Oct

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Adding suffixes beginning with
vowels to words
ending in ‘-fer

offered

difference

suffering

referee

different

preferred

referring

conference

inference

suffering

preference

inference

conferring

conference

deferring

16th Oct

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Words with silent letters 

write

honest

sword

wrinkle

badge

scheme

subtle

doubt

answer

rhythm

guarantee

succumb

mortgage

scheme

subtle

23rd Oct

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Statutory Year 5/6 spellings

amateur

guarantee

hindrance

nuisance

queue

amateur

guarantee

hindrance

nuisance

queue

amateur

guarantee

hindrance

nuisance

queue

 

Here are Huntspill's House Photos
Well done to all of our House Captain Candidates.  Fantastic speeches via Google Classroom to the whole school.  
 
Have a look at our House Captain Website Page to see who is representing our school this year :)
Term 2 
Our topic this term is the Ancient Maya. 

YEAR 6  Term 2: Spelling Homework

The table below shows the spellings your child needs to learn.  A spelling test will take place each Friday. 

It is essential that your child learns these spellings and continues to learn the Year 3 and 4 spelling list and the Year 5 and 6 spelling list.

 

Test date

Rule

Green Group

Yellow Group

Red Group

6th November  

Prefixes
re-, de-, dis-, un-, mis-

rebuild

decode

disconnect

unhealthy

misbehave

recycle

deflate

disappear

unfortunately

misunderstand

rearrange

decompose

disrespectful

unsatisfied

misinterpret

13th November

Suffixes

-tion, -sion,

-ation

condition

explosion

session

technician

emotion

competition

occasion

obsession

electrician

decoration

accommodation

persuasion

transmission

musician

preparation

20th November

Suffixes

–less, -ment,

-ness, -ship

speechless

enjoyment

agreement

kindness

friendship

thoughtless

amazement

entertainment

forgiveness

membership

doubtless

amusement

disappointment

awkwardness

companionship

27th November

Statutory Year 5/6 spellings

environment

government

signature

parliament

mischievous

environment

government

signature

parliament

mischievous

environment

government

signature

parliament

mischievous

4th December

Statutory Year 5/6 spellings

conscience

conscious

interfere

interrupt

thorough

conscience

conscious

interfere

interrupt

thorough

conscience

conscious

interfere

interrupt

thorough

11th December

Statutory Year 5/6 spellings

criticise

especially

leisure

privilege

sufficient

criticise

especially

leisure

privilege

sufficient

criticise

especially

leisure

privilege

sufficient