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Year 6

year 6 shout out

Meet the team...

There are lots of changes to the Year 6 team this year, and the new team can't wait to get started especially as they go straight into their residential at Ingleborough! All of the team have been watching the development of the new build and can't wait to start teaching and learning in the new term!

One of our new teachers, Mr. Davies, will be teaching in Class 6D, supported by Ms Fearon and Mrs Doherty. Mrs. Middleton moves from Year 4 and will be teaching in 6M, supported by Mrs Rathore and Mrs Roberts. Mrs Sambhi will also be working in Year 6 as well as supporting the EAL children across the school.

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Miss Whigham, Mr Maher, Ms Fearon,

Mrs Sambhi, Mrs Doherty, Mrs Roberts

Weekly Homework

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

SATs revision Homework

As the Year 6 children's SATs draw ever nearer the Year 6 team have produced weekly Revision Booklets that will guide the children through the last of the curriculum which will help them with their final revision.

SATs Revision Booklet - Week 1

 

Holiday Homework

WW2 Holiday Homework

 

Homework Overview in Year 6

Maths

The children will be expected to use My Maths and complete a given activity. Click on link to find the website https://www.mymaths.co.uk/ .

Reading

The children will also be expected to complete one book per week on Bug Club.  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, linked to the spelling and grammar objective from the current week's learning.

Writing

The children will be expected to keep a writing blog this year and each week they are expected to create something for this. This is not expected to be very long and ardious but something simple like: an information fact file, a short biography, diary entry etc. etc. 

 

 

What's happening this term...

This topic will be part of the children’s residential experience when they visit Clapham and Ingleborough Hall. The children will compare what it is like to live in the countryside at Clapham village vs living in a huge city like Leeds. The children will be comparing the difference in the physical and human geography as well as what the quality of life is like in both places. Finally, the children will look at the art from each of the cultures and compare these before creating a piece of work in the style of a landscape or cityscape artist.

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