Welcome to Year 6
We are delighted to welcome you to the Year 6 web page - this page will develop with more information over the school year. We hope that you will find all the information here that you require, if you have any suggestions we will be pleased to hear from you.
Mrs Miles - Acting Year Leader
To provide an opportunity for children to reinforce skills, reflect and build upon their learning in the classroom.
To further foster the partnership between home and school for the benefit of the child
To involve parents (and other adults) in pupils’ work
To encourage the development of independent study
To encourage the development of pupils’ organisational skills, self-discipline and confidence
Our expectations in Year 6;
Homework and spellings are sent home on a Thursday and due in for the following Tuesday.
· Reading – 30 minutes and above
· Spelling lists
· Cracking times tables
· Topic – research, presentations
· Extra Homework may be set to support the progress of children towards their end of Year SATS such as holiday projects and PIXL tasks
Our Homework policy can be found here.
Knowledge organisers give an overview of what pupils will be learning in school over the course of their History, Geography or Art unit of work for the half term. Pupils have a copy of this in their Curriculum books to refer to within lessons. The Knowledge Organisers for each half term are available for you to download below so that you can support your child in discussing with them what they have been learning this week and build upon this learning at home, if you wish to do so.
Year 6 SATs presentation to parents
Thank you to all those parents who were able to attend the SATs presentation. The presentation is available below for you to download. If you have any further questions or queries, please do not hesitate to contact Mrs Miles (Head of Yr 6) or Mrs Holborow (KS2 Acting Deputy Head).
Yr 6 SATs presentation 4th March 2019