Welcome to Year 6

Below you will find a class handbook relating to life in Year 6

Class Handbook 2020/2021

Here you will find information about our curriculum for the year and more detailed curriculum maps for each half term. A timetable will show you what subjects the children participate in throughout the week.

In Year 6, we work very closely as a team to create an exciting broad curriculum. When planning lessons, we use the children’s previous knowledge, experiences and interests to motivate, challenge and engage them.

Pupils should continue to read regularly at home (a minimum of 5 times a week), and parents should sign reading records.

Pupils will also be set spellings on a weekly basis and will be expected to practise their times tables on TT Rockstars. Please see below for more information:

Spellings will be tested on Wednesdays. Spellings can also be practised using www.spellingshed.com.

Mr Z Adam - Assistant Headteacher
Mrs N Woodley - TeacherMrs N Kristiansen - 1-1 Support Teaching Assistant
Miss N Mercer - 1:1 Support Teaching Assistant

We would like all children to regularly practise their times tables using Times tables Rocks Stars https://ttrockstars.com.

We have also included some helpful booklets for parents, so that you can confidently help your children with their homework and there are some links to useful websites, that enable children to practice the new knowledge they acquire.

If you require any further information, please contact Mr Adam or Miss Chippendale.​

Please find below a link to the SATs presentation which was shared during Family Learning.

SATs Presentation

Below you will find links to the topics we will cover during the spring term, along with our class timetable:

Year 6 Overview

Year 6 Timetable


Please find below Parent help books for Maths & Grammar:

Stage 6 Prompt Sheet

Year 6 Grammar Glossary for Parents


Below you will find some useful sites to support your child's learning:














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