Welcome to Year 6!
Information about our class:
In year 6 we try to make learning fun using as many different ways as possible to include all children and find the most effective way for them to learn. This ensures that all children achieve their full potential.
We respect each person's individuality and celebrate their successes at every opportunity.
Our teacher is Mrs Pearson and our teaching assistants are Mrs Warne and Mrs Waters. Mrs S Harrison teaches our class on a Friday.
A typical day in Year 6 consists of English, maths and reading comprehension in the morning and other subjects from the curriculum in the afternoon.
We enjoy taking part in a Worship every day, including a Key Stage Two Worship on a Wednesday. Through listening to messages from the Gospels, we learn and grow in our Catholic faith.
'The Way, the Truth, the Light' provides the focus for our RE learning which is enhanced by creative whole school themed weeks such as 'Where is God?'
Homework is set on SeeSaw on a Monday and needs to be completed by the following Monday. We also need to complete 30 minutes on TT rockstars a week.
Spellings are put onto SeeSaw on a Monday and tested the following Monday.
We are encouraged to change our book weekly and to read and practise our times tables every day.
We provide revision clubs after Christmas which all pupils find useful as teachers are available to support each child’s learning in preparation for SATs.
All pupils take on many roles in year 6. Our main aim is to prepare the children for high school and teach them the skills that they will need.
Please explore and use this wide range of resources, games and websites to support your weekly homework activities. Keep me up to date on Seesaw about any of the additional activities you have chosen to use. House Points will be rewarded for any additional work completed.
Please practise these spellings alongside your weekly spelling list.
Explore a range of creative ways to practise your spellings using the ideas below:
Use these websites to help:
Grammar and Punctuation
BBC Bitesize has lots of useful clips, activities and videos to help you to embed previous learning or to become more confident with the new concepts you will be taught this year.
It is important that you read regularly, ideally every day, and that you read a wide range of different texts to develop your vocabulary and your general knowledge. Understanding the texts you read is a crucial skill to develop. Explore and use the resources below to develop your understanding of your own favourite books and your school reading books.
Use these resources to help you to keep focused as you are reading:
Use this resource to help you to generate your own questions:
Use these resources to produce your own book reviews:
Confident times tables skills are key in your Maths learning. I know these were something you worked hard on in Year 5 so now it’s time to keep practising and keep on top of your times tables knowledge.
Below are some websites with games and activities to help you:
You can revise different areas of Year 6 maths using the following website: