Welcome to Year 6’s Page
Teacher: Mr Stephen
TA: Ms Webster
Teacher: Miss Hamilton
TA: Mr MacWatt
Teacher: Mr Hall
TA: Ms Cohen
See what we are learning about by reading our Weekly Learning Letter.
Upper Key Sage 2 Handbook
To view and download a copy of the Upper Key Stage 2 Handbook, please click here.
What did you do at school today?
Please have a look at what we have been doing in class recently by visiting the Year 6 gallery.
Thank you for your support with the children’s home learning so far, it really makes a difference!
Maths and Literacy: Children will be given one piece of literacy and one piece of maths home learning will usually be set each Friday. Home learning must be completed and handed in on the following Wednesday.
Reading: All children should read each evening. Please read with / hear your child read at least twice a week. We ask that 3 entries a week are made in the reading record: at least one from you and the other two from your child. Even if you do not write a comment, please ensure that you sign your child’s reading record at least once a week. Each child must have their reading record in school with them every day.
Even if your child is a fluent reader, please read with him/her as often as possible and discuss what he/she is reading. This will help to develop comprehension and reasoning skills as well as enjoyment. Please click here for a list of question to aid you when reading with your child.
Topic Work: Sometimes the children will be asked to attempt tasks linked to science / history / geography being studied in class. These may be quick tasks that can be done overnight or longer pieces to be completed over a half term.
How to support your child with Maths at home: Please continue to support your child to learn their times tables / increase their speed of recall. Here is a useful website: www.teachingtables.co.uk/
|Indoor PE||Outdoor PE|
Please ensure that your child has the correct PE kit with them on the days they are scheduled to have a PE Lesson.
To find out more about the PE kit please click here.