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Year 6

Letter from Mrs Morrell - School Closure Y6 Resources etc

The following letter is included in the pack of resources that I have prepared for your child.


Dear Parent/Carer,

As a result of school closure, I have prepared work for your child to complete while they are at home. Your child has worked extremely hard and I want to continue to support them during this difficult time.


All Y6 children have access to the following websites:

I will continue to set and mark weekly homework as usual and the children can also log on and use the separate lessons and resources at any time.

Children can complete activities on here as often as possible.

Children can complete activities on here as often as possible


I have attached a sheet with the passwords for all these sites for your child.


Your child will also bring home the following:

  • English and Maths homework books – there are lots of pages that they can still complete
  • Ten Minute Times Tables book- challenge your child to complete the activity in ten minutes.
  • Ten Minute SPAG book - challenge your child to complete the activity in ten minutes.
  • You were given a Maths Revision book at parents’ evening – these can be used to support your child to revise different topics.
  • A pack of maths activities to complete and squared paper. Please encourage your child to work in pencil and show all their working out!
  • A practice SPAG test – they are only allowed 45 minutes to complete this. You may support them by reading the questions but you are not allowed to explain any of the vocabulary or suggest how the children might answer the question.
  • Two arithmetic tests – they are only allowed 30 minutes to answer these questions.
  • Reading books
  • A pack of writing activities to complete.


              In order to support your child, please ensure that they complete these tasks in small ‘chunks’ rather than expecting them to complete hours of work. Below is an example of what they might complete in a day:


  • 30 minutes of reading
  • 20 minutes learning spellings or a ten minute SPAG activity
  • Complete a ten minute times tables activity or use Times Tables Rock Stars
  • Complete a maths activity – this could be working through a section in their revision book or an activity from the maths pack. (30 – 40 minutes)
  • Complete a writing activity from the pack or complete the SPAG test (45 mins)


Other resources you could access include the website Twinkl

This website has offered a month of free access to their resources. In order to access this you need to go to and enter the code UKTWINKLHELPS.


     If you have used the classroom dojo code which was sent home earlier this week, your child will be able to message me if they have any questions about their work.  I will use the dojos to reward the children for completing any online activities – as I will be able to monitor these. 


Thank you for your support.


School Closure Resources

Here are some resources to use and guide you at home during the school closure.


Here are some links to webpages which have information for parents and children about using the internet safely:


Mrs Babcock's Work

Children's University Spring Challenges


Below are some Children's University Challenges that can be completed at home to earn additional credits.

There is also an extra weekly challenge that can earn you 2 more credits! These images are also available on the Latest News Page on our website home page. If you have any issues please contact the school office or our Children's University representative Laura at .


Welcome to Year 6!


This half term we are covering the following topics:


Science-  Electricity.

In this topic, the children will be planning and carrying out a series of simple electrical circuit investigations, exploring the effect of voltage on electrical circuit components, investigate and create a dimmer switch and create a working electrical prototype and identify possible improvements. 



The children will be learning about South America. In this topic the children will know where South America is located and the countries within it, know that the Incan Empire was located in South America, know that the Andes mountains have varied terrain, know that farming and energy production are important to Brazil's economy and know that deforestation is a major threat to biodiversity in the Amazon Rainforest. 



We will be covering the units - Dance -Step to the Beat and Football



The children will be learning about Blogging and Online safety


RE- Easter - Who was Jesus? and Exploring Easter Celebrations Worldwide


For more information about the Year 6 curriculum - please click here.





Class teachers -  Mrs Morrell and Mrs Babcock

Teaching Assistants- Mrs Tudor and Mrs Rees




Please try to read every night at home.  This can be a reading book from school, a book you already have at home or a library book.  It is still really important for your child to expand their vocabulary and develop their reading stamina.  They should be reading for at least 30 minutes every night. 



Literacy homework will be sent home in a book. It will be set on a Friday and is due in on the following Thursday. We expect all children to complete their homework and return it on time. Please speak to a member of the Year 6 team if your child needs help with their homework.  We offer support at lunchtime for any child who needs it.


Numeracy homework will be sent home in a book and the children will also be set a mymaths task each week. Homework is set on a Friday and is due in on the following Thursday. We expect all children to complete their homework. Please speak to a member of the Year 6 team if your child needs help with their homework. We offer the use of computers at lunchtime if your child can't complete their mymaths homework at home. Passwords for mymaths are inside your child's homework diary. 


Spellings are set on a Monday and are tested on a Friday. The children's spelling scores will be sent home by text on a Friday so you can see how your child is doing.


PE Sessions- are on a Tuesday and a Friday afternoon. Please ensure that full PE kits are in school and earrings are removed for these sessions.  




We will regularly update this section as soon as events are organised.


Y6 visit to Chocolate Whirled - Thursday 7th May. A letter will be sent out with all the details. 


Year 6 SATs week-   Monday 11th May - Thursday 14th May 2020. Please speak to a member of the Y6 team if you have any questions about the SATs tests or SATs week itself.  We will arrange a meeting for parents later in the year.


Year 6 Residential holiday- the children will be visiting Colomendy in Wales from Friday 12th June until Sunday 14th June.


Year 6 High School Transition Day-  Thursday 25th June.  You will receive more information from your child's high school nearer the time.

Play Maker Day

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