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Welcome to Year 6!

Year 6

Our class

Our class teacher is Mr Richardson and our Teaching Assistant is Mrs Smith.  In Year 6 we are busy getting ourselves High School ready. We try to make all our learning fun and enjoyable and the children really thrive to improve their learning in all areas of the curriculum. 

Expectations

  • Children are expected to have rapid recall of all their times tables. Please help your child learn times tables up to 12x12. Hit the Button is a great game to help with this.
  • Homework will also be sent out on Friday and is expected the following Wednesday. This is a vital aspect of Year 6 as this will become common practice when the children move up to High School. Spellings are also given out on a Friday and children are tested the following Friday. It is important that the children learn the spelling patterns and rules. Homework will be sent out through Seesaw, as well as any home learning. Please see the links below to help with this. 
  • It is vitalt that your child reads regularly - they should all read at least three times each week. Discussing the book with your child will develop reading comprehension skills too. Your child should have a reading record book which should be in school on Friday's. Children can also use Read Theory to help practice their reading.

 

Key Stage 2 Tests

  • Key Stage Two Tests will take place  between Monday 10th May to Thursday 13th May - do not book any holidays during this week.

PE

  • PE is currently on a Monday and Tuesday - Children should come into school in PE kits on these days, with a school jumper or cardigan. In colder weather children can wear tracksuit bottoms. 

 

If you have any questions or concerns, please call or see me at the end of the school day.


Thank you for your ongoing support,

Mr Richardson

Year 6 Yearly Overview

Half Termly Plan

Year 6 end of year expectations

Tutorial on how to get on to your Seesaw Home Learning Account 

 

 

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