Welcome to the Year 6 page. On this page you will find all the information you need for your Year 6 child including homework, copies of letters that have been sent home and useful resources.
If you have any questions, please contact the school office or talk to your child's class teacher.
Thank you for your support,
The Year 6 Team
Meet the Year 6 Team
Click here for a copy of the Meet the Year 6 Team PowerPoint.
Please click the picture below for an overview of the subjects we teach in Year 6:
Year 6 Reading Spine
We have carefully selected a number of books to read with Year 6 over the course of the year. These books link with our curriculum, enable children to appreciate high-quality writing and represent the many cultures in our community. They also make fantastic gifts!
In Year 6, children are expected to read at home at least five times a week. Every time they read, they need to complete their reading diary.
Every Friday, the children are set SPaG (Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar) homework which relates to the learning we have covered that week in class. This homework is due in by the following Tuesday.
Please choose the correct spelling group to suit your child. These will be tested on Friday:
Children need to complete their Extreme Survivors project homework by Monday 19th October. Click on the image below for full details:
Please click on the images below for copies of letters that have recently been sent home:
Permission for dismissal from Year 6 without an adult to collect
Deep Sea Creatures - Junk Modelling
Click on the images below for useful links to support your child's learning at home:
Have fun playing some spelling games by clicking on the image below:
Check out Project Gutenberg for loads of free children's e-books to download and enjoy. We especially recommend looking in the Children's Literature section for classic books like 'Jungle Book' (Rudyard Kipling), 'Peter Pan' (J.M. Barrie) and 'The Wind in the Willows' (Kenneth Grahame).
Oxford Owl provides a wide range of free eBooks for primary school children:
Times Table Practice:
Click on the image below to access a wide range of high quality online lessons on a whole host of subjects from BBC Bitesize which are specially aimed at Year 6: