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Year 6


Year 6 'Lockdown Timetable' 

NOTE - This will only come into effect IF ALL THE YEAR 6 CLASS are required to isolate for 14 days Please also note that this is an example of a day of online learning. It may change due to the content and lessons being taught. Teachers will inform parents and children of their daily timetable. 

Remote Learning Timetable. 

NB Wednesday afternoon is PPA time for teachers. Work will be set but there will be no face to face teaching

KS2 – blue shading indicates Teacher delivered input on line






Google meet


Children should be present for morning registration

9:00 - 9:20

Google meet 

Class worship

Google meet

9.20 - 10:00




Teacher input


Work will be uploaded to google classroom  page ready for the start of the day. Children will complete their maths and English tasks during the morning using google classroom and upload for their teacher to feedback within 24 hours.


10:00 - 10:45

Independent completion of Maths tasks by children.

11:00- 11:30


Teacher input

11:30 - 12:10

independent completion of English tasks by children

Lunchtime 12:10 -12:55pm


Google Meet

Afternoon registration

Google meet

1:00 - 1:30

Guided Reading


Google meet

1:30- 2:00pm

Google meet

Afternoon input by class teacher linked to foundation subjects, (History / Geography, Art / DT, PSHE, MFL, RE, Science, Computing, PE, Music)

Google meet

2:00 – 3.20pm

Independent follow up task linked to input

Work will be uploaded to google classroom  ready for the start of the afternoon. Children will complete their foundation subjects tasks during the afternoon using google classroom and upload for their teacher to feedback within the week.

Year 6 Key Learning and Knowledge Organisers can be found by clicking HERE

The following may be of use to you in ensuring that the children are safe whilst online at home. You can click the underlined words or links to access the websites:

  • Internet matters - for support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online
  • Net-aware - for support for parents and carers from the NSPCC
  • Parent info - for support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online
  • Thinkuknow - for advice from the National Crime Agency to stay safe online
  • UK Safer Internet Centre - advice for parents and carers
  • Childnet  - offers a toolkit to support parents and carers of children of any age to start discussions about their online life, to set boundaries around online behaviour and technology use, and to find out where to get more help and support
  • Let’s Talk About It - advice for parents and carers to keep children safe from online radicalisation

Welcome to Year 6!


Your teachers this term will be: Mrs Morrell, Mrs Babcock (Tuesday and Thursday afternoons) and Miss Bryne (Monday and Friday afternoons).

The class teaching assistants are Mrs Tudor and Mrs McVey (Wednesday afternoon).



English - will be a written task in the homework book provided. It will be set on Friday and due in the following Thursday.


Maths- will be a written task in the homework book provided and a mymaths online task. It will be set on Friday and due in the following Thursday. 


Spellings - these are given out on a Monday and tested on Friday.


Reading- we would like you to encourage your child to read as often as possible at home and would recommend 20-30 minutes every day. Your child will be given a reading scheme book and a library book to take home - please ensure that these are in school every day. 

We have also set up a login for your child on the following websites:


Read Theory - this site gives children the opportunity to practise their reading comprehension skills. 


The passwords and login details for these sites are inside the children's home/school diary. Please ask a member of the Y6 staff if you need these.


Please speak to Mrs Morrell if there are any problems with homework.  Children will always be offered help at lunchtimes if they are having difficulties and we have computers available in the classroom if you are having trouble accessing the internet.   We expect homework to be completed each week.


Curriculum - Spring 1


We will be reading the poems -  The HIghwayman by Alfred Noyles, Silver by Walter de la Mare and The Raven by Edgar Allen Poe, and the text Animalium by Jenny Broom. 

The children will be covering the following genres - writing poetry, balanced arguments and writing their own non-chronological reports.


Maths -

We willl be completing the following units of work: Decimals, Percentages, Ratio, Converting units of measurement, Volume and Geometry - properties of shape .  These units will include revision from Y5.


Science -

Living Things and their Habitats. In this unit, the children will be learning how living things can be classified into broad groups according to common observable characteristics.  They will be able to give reasons for classifying plants and animals based on specific characteristics. The children will work scientifically, using classification systems and keys to identify some animals and plants in the immediate environment. They will also research unfamiliar animals and plants from a broad range of other habitats and decide where they belong in the classification system. 



Why is the Exodus such a significant event in Jewish and Christian history? This unit will give the children a greater understanding of the significance of the Exodus and Passover. It will also introduce the children to the links between Christianity and Judaism. During the unit, the children will revisit the Exodus story, re-enact a Passover meal and discuss the meaning of freedom. 


People of Faith- How does having faith affect a believer's lifestyle? In this unit, the children will explore what it means for a person to have faith, how having faith affects a person's lives, values and decisions and they will also discuss the ways in which Christian people build God's kingdom on earth today. The children will learn about the life of at least one extraordinary person of faith and consider the opinion of that person on a specific issue. 



South America In this unit, the children will be learning about past civilisations and empires, The Andes Mountains and the Atacama Desert, Brazil and the Amazon Rainforest.


 Computing -

Digital Footprints-Pupils will learn about how their digital footprints are created.

Blogging-Pupils will learn about the key features of a blog, how they can be used as informative texts and how to contribute to an existing blog.

Touch Typing-Pupils will re-visit the correct placement of fingers on the keys and practise touch typing using the home row and bottom row of keys.


Music -  

A New Year CarolIn this unit, the children will be listening to and appraising the classical music of Benjamin Britten and comparing and contrasting this with cover versions.  They will sing and perform the Urban Gospel version of the song (in consultation with covid guidance).  


French-  A specialist teacher will be teaching Y6 French once a week. 


PE -

Tuesday -  Gymnastics (unit 2) 

Friday - Dance (Unit 1) 




Important Dates for this year


Week beginning 14th September - GANGS workshops every day from 9am. 


Week beginning 10th May - SATs week (see Meet the Teacher power point below for timetable) 


Stanley High School Links

Here are the links for the Stanley Video Links as mentioned on the flyer sent home.






Meet the Teacher information 2020-21

Useful remote learning websites to extend your child's learning.