Teacher: Dawn Burton
TA: Lisa Stephens
Teacher: Alice Potter
TA: Denise Penny
Teacher: Laurie Carter (Year Group Leader)
TA: Helen Miller
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- Year 6 Curriculum Objectives – Reading, Writing and Maths
If you weren’t able to make our Parent Meeting last week, please click below to access a recording of the information.
Reading daily is one of the most important things you can do with your child. If you run out of books to read, you can access a large range of free books online at Oxford Owls.
Alongside this, we recommend that the children continue to practice their spellings and times tables.
Great ideas for on-going projects that you can do at home. PROJECT IDEAS.
Try this art project ART PROJECT
Website Links – great free activities
Top Marks All subjects
BBC Bitesize All subjects
Kids Workouts Physical activities to do in the home
Times Tables games to test each times table
Busy Things All subjects
Mental Health and Wellbeing
GoNoodle this is a great website for children, combining a mix of interactive mindfulness/breathing activities in addition to a choice of energetic physical activities for them to join in.
NHS Fitness this is for parents who may be looking for some physical activity for themselves.
Please click here for the Think You Know website which helps to keep children safe online when using a phone, tablet or computer.
Please click here for a link to Place2Be’s urgent help website.
Homework is essential for year 6 and is set each week. It allows the children the opportunity to consolidate what they have been learning at home and also encourages independence.
Each week the children will have:
- Maths homework
- Spellings homework
- Accuracy homework
- Reading journal entry
When necessary, children will be set science or topic homework in addition.