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Year 6

year 6 shout out

Meet the team...

There are a few changes to the Year 6 team this year; and the new team can't wait to get started, especially as they have their residential trip to Ingleborough Hall in the first half-term. 

Mrs. Middleton continues in 6M, now supported by Ms Fearon. Miss Leach is new to the Year 6 team and will continue with her current class (6L), she will, once again, be supported by Mr Malik. Year 6 will still be supported by Mrs Doherty.

Weekly Homework

Our Year 6 children are given weekly homework linked to what they have been studying that week.

Homework Overview in Year 6

Maths

The children will be expected to complete one activity in their Maths Support Book. For additional support, the children can access My Maths to find lessons and material to help their understanding. Click on link to find the website https://www.mymaths.co.uk/ .

Reading

The children will also be expected to complete one comprehension per week in their Reading Support Book. They can also access Bug Club to support their reading.  Click on link to find the websitehttps://www.activelearnprimary.co.uk/

As part of the above activity, the children will also have to complete a Reading Journal entry.

Grammar and Spellings

Each child will receive an individual spelling and grammar activity in their Grammar Support Book. This will be linked to the spelling and grammar objective from the current week's learning.

Autum Term Topic...

Leeds and Clapham study

beige boat on body of water between buildings

At the end of the first half-term the children in Year 6 will visit Ingleborough Hall in Clapham village, which is located in the heart of the Yorkshire dales. This residential visit will be integral to the children's geographic comparison of the different locations -Leeds vs Clapham. Whilst in Clapham, the children will not only take part in some very exciting adventurous activities like caving and rock scrambling but the will also be studying and mapping the village, including: the river, vehicles, amenities and population. They will then compare all this information to the data they have collected in Leeds, before they create a comparison project. As well as this, the children will be studying landscapes and cityscapes fromthe two locations and will be researching and studying the work of local artists, before creating their own landscape and cityscapes based on their studies.

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