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St Patrick's RC Primary And Nursery School

"I come that they may have life and have it to the full"

Lee Street, Oldham, Lancashire, OL8 1EF

0161 633 0527

  2. Children
  3. Year 6
  4. Year Six Remote Learning
  5. Year Six Daily Timetable

Daily Timetable

See each day for more detail.  We will continue our work on Holes.  Click here if you need a catch-up.

8.50-9.00 Check website for work

9.00-9.30 Workout with Joe Wicks

9.30-9.40 Water break and recovery.  You might need to get changed.  Do some reading. 

9.40-10.00 Basic Skills Practice. Spelling, Mini Reading Comprehension and 

Daily Reasoning Practice

10.00-10.40 English

10.40-11.00 Break.  Get a healthy snack and drink.

11.00-11.45 Maths  Daily lesson

11.45-12.15 See timetable for details

12.15-1.15 Lunch

1.15-1.30 Daily Fluency (wb 23/03) (wb 30/03)

1.30-2.15 See timetable for details

2.15-2.30 Break.  You might want to do a quick go noodle activity

2.30-3.00 Personal project/Free choice/Catch-up

It is up to you which studying you do here.  You could work on the personal project detailed at the bottom of this page.  You could use some of the websites here to explore an area of interest.  Or you may need this time to catch up and finish activities from earlier in the day/week.

3.00-3.15 Reading.  If you were able to collect your pack, you can make a start on 'Alice in Wonderland'.  If you weren't, you can access it for free here or see the bottom of the page for more suggestions on how to get hold of books.

Monday 30th March 2020


This week's spellings to be tested on Friday

English: Lesson

11.45-12.15 RE

Remind yourself of the story of Palm Sunday (5th April) using this Powerpoint Presentation

(if it won't open, try clicking here)

Make a list of bullet points with a simple picture for each of the main events of Holy Week

1.30-2.15 Science

Use Georgia Aquarium's website.  (You can also view live streams of some of the animals!)

Choose 7 animals (A mammal, fish, bird, reptile, amphibian and 2 invertebrates - you can filter using the menus at the top) 

Make a small drawing of them, record their English name and scientific name and choose 3 facts about them.


Tuesday 31st March 2020


English Lessons for rest of the week

RE 11.45-12.15

Read the document

(if it won't open, try clicking here)

Answer these questions:

  • Why did Jesus refer to himself as the ‘bread of life’?
  • In which way would the friends of Jesus never be hungry or thirsty?
  • What do you think is meant by the ‘secret of life’?
  • When are we able to receive the ‘bread of life’?
  • Why do you think some of Jesus’ disciples decided to go away?


 1.30-2.15 Finish off your science work from yesterday.  If you finished quicker than expected, can you find an example of a mollusc (may be spelled mollusk), echinoderm and crustacean?

Wednesday 1st April 2020


English Lessons for rest of the week

RE 11.45-12.15

Read this document

Answer these questions:

  • What do Christians commemorate during Holy Week?   On what special days does Holy Week begin and end?
  • What does the ‘grain of wheat’ symbolise?
  • Give reasons why it is that a grain of wheat has to die to produce new life?
  • What other messages can you find within John’s Scripture? (God’s Story 3 page 112 ‘From death to life’ John 12: 24-25)

1.30-2.15 Computing

Use Blockly Games and have a go at 'Puzzle' then 'Maze'

Thursday 2nd April 2020


English Lessons for rest of the week

11.45-12.15 RE (Yes!  There is lots of RE this week because we are approaching Palm Sunday and Holy Week!)

Read the story of Lazarus

(if it won't open, try clicking here)

Answer the questions

  • Why do you think that Martha and Mary sent for Jesus when Lazarus was ill?
  • How do you think they felt when he chose not to come immediately?
  • What did Jesus mean when he said; “Our friend Lazarus has fallen asleep, but I am going there to awaken him’’?
  • What is meant by the word ‘resurrection’?
  • What did Jesus mean when he said; “…everyone who lives and believes in me will never die. Do you believe this?” (If you are non-Christian, explain your beliefs in relation to this statement)
  • What effect do think these events had on those who witnessed them?

1.30-2.15 Geography.  Use this page to revise the different types of biome.  Click on the biome types and write a few notes to remind you of the key features of each one.

Friday 3rd April 2020


English Lessons for rest of the week

Today's spelling test to be done after the English lesson

11.45-12.15 Music

We will start with Ludwig van Beethoven's Fifth symphony: an incredibly famous piece of classical music.  It is the 250th anniversary of his birth this year.  Use this site to listen to it and learn about it.  Write down a few thoughts on the music.  Did you recognise it?  If so, where from?  How did it make you feel?  Did your feelings change as the music changed?

If you enjoyed it, look up some more of Beethoven's work on youtube. 

Moonlight Sonata is a piece you may recognise, as well as Ode to Joy

Amazingly, Beethoven wrote his 9th Symphony (which Ode to Joy is from) after he had gone deaf!

 1.30-2.15 Art

Make a start on this 30-day art challenge if you have not done so already.

Reading - Where to find books

The most valuable activity children can do is read.  If the libraries are closed or you do not have books at home, texts can be found here:

(you need to register for free first)


You can also access free pdfs and audiobooks of 6 classic children’s novels here: (no login required) (including Alice in Wonderland, which some of you took home)

You can access free downloads of First News, a good-quality children’s newspaper, here for a limited period:


Personal Project 

Spend some time each day researching and creating a personal project. Become an expert in something!  It could be animals, a period of history, a sport, a scientific topic.  Your work could take the form of a book, a film, a piece of artwork, a model or a poster (or something I have not thought of!)  Maybe you could learn a new skill and demonstrate it to us when you come back.  Or you might want to keep a journal and learn a little bit about a topic each day. The links on the first page of the remote learning website (where all the year groups are) might be useful.

Whatever you decide to do, bring it with you when we come back to school, whenever that may be. 

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