This is the place where you will be able to find all of the information about Year 6. We will update this area regularly with homework and our termly overviews. Please check the newsletter for updates and key dates. You can always arrange an appointment with the office to meet with us should you need any further information.
Our Class Contracts
Meet The Teacher
If you are not able to attend our meeting, we hope to catch up soon. In the meantime you will find all of the information that we discussed by clicking the link below.
If you were not able to attend our SATs presentation on 28/3, the powerpoint below contains all the relavent details:
Year 6 yearly overview
Click the link below to view a list of our exciting topics for this year and the KEY QUESTIONS that will guide our learning along the way, as well as some signposts for upcoming events.
Y6 Hand-in day: THURSDAY
The reading homework below is for Term 4, weeks 4 and 5. Pupils should answer three sections (in order) each week.
Every child is required to complete a minimum of 4x reading at home every week. We would also recommend that every child is read to by an adult once each week. (This counts as a maximum of 1 out of 4).
Every time you read:
Write the title of the book you read;
Write the page numbers that you read;
Once per week:
Write a summary of what you have read that week (NEW - just ONE summary for the week)
Choose one new vocabulary word that you discovered during your reading homework this week. Write down a definition for the word and a sentence using this new word correctly.
Please sign your child’s reading record AT LEAST ONCE PER WEEK to confirm that the above homework is complete.
Every child will be given a maths worksheet which reflects what has been covered in class - though there may be sometimes be new content too.
All maths homework is marked and responded to in class every Friday, when new homework is also given out.
NEW - Every child will be given a short reading comprehension to complete at home every Friday.
Each child will have a personalised list of 10 words to learn at home each week, generated from words used in their reading & writing during the previous week. These should be found at the back of their spelling book (they complete their weekly tests in class at the front). Please test your child once a week at home and ensure that their spelling book is brought to school for their weekly test in class every Friday.