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Year 6

HOMEWORK: 

Summer term.

Please complete at least 20 minutes of Reading+ every day to maintain the good progress being demonstrated. 

Maths - access the MyMaths site and choose the area of maths you wish to revise.  A good place to start is the year 6 maths booster file. 

 

 

 

Welcome to Year 6!

The Year 6 team consists of Ms Fraser, Mr Napier, Mr Hirst and Mrs Woodward. 

 

Year 6 are following their usual topics with adaptations made for social distancing guidelines and restrictions made on school trips. 

 

PE is on Thursdays, please come to school in PE kit.  Sweatshirts and tracksuit bottoms are recommended as the weather becomes cooler.  Tights are not to be worn.  Remember to tie hair back and remove earrings. 

 

Homework is given out on Friday and is to be returned to school on Mondays.  MyMaths is also being used to support maths homework.  Each child has their own password and user name.  

 

Online learning programmes are a great way to help support the children in embedding their learning and catching up on any areas they feel less confident in.  The children have access to TTRock stars, Reading Plus and MyMaths.  It is recommended that these programmes are used at least three times a week for twenty minutes each. 

 

Reading books are changed each week.  Please bring back the book on Friday and choose a new book on Monday.  Don't forget to record the reading in the diary. 

 

 

 

Autumn 1 curriculum overview - Flotsam

Year 5/6 spellings. Use this list to revise spellings. Choose five each day and write them in a sentence.

Look who joined year 6 for maths today!

Autumn 2 overview - World War One.

Topic overview

Spring Term 1.

Spring 1 overview.

Summer term 1. 

Don't forget to wear your PE kit on Tuesday for the afterschool sports club. 

Overview for the Summer 1 term. Additional activities may be included if identified as a need in the recovery curriculum work.

Outdoor learning in maths - area, perimeter and volume.

Today, Years 5 and 6 attended an online Government workshop to learn about the Houses of Parliament. Thanks to Damien Moore (MP) for popping on to zoom to explain his role and answer questions.

Year 6 pupils created their own political parties then presented a persuasive speech outlining their policies. After that, the pupils voted for the most effective party. Everyone received votes but the winners were Aisha and Regan with their People of Greatness party. Congratultions!

To raise money for outdoor learning resources, Year 6 have designed and printed shopping bags with a nature theme. These will be on sale for £2 each from next week.

Aspiration, Inspiration, Motivation, Aim High

 
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