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Year 6

Mrs Moffett, Mr Birchenough, Miss Dillon and Mrs Veale.


Welcome to Year 6. Here you will find lots of useful information, helpful links and the homework that has been set for Classes 13 and 14.  To find out more about what Year 6 is like please see the Termly Overview below:



On Thursday, homework will be set and then handed back in by the following Thursday so that it can be marked and feedback given. Each week there may be a range of tasks set including mental arithmetic practise, SPAG questions, opportunities to write and topic work.  It is also important that reading takes place each week and that you access the  Accelerated Reader quizzes:


Please remember to access the many online resources available to enhance your learning too. These include: Times Tables Rock and Spelling Shed.


Click on the link below to access the most recent homework and useful links:

PE Information

You will need to wear your full school uniform everyday apart from WEDNESDAY and  FRIDAY. On these days, you can wear your P.E. kit for the whole day as this is when you will do your P.E. lessons. Wednesday PE lessons will be outdoors and Friday will be in the hall.


Please ensure that you have a hat, suncream and a water bottle for the hot days and rain jacket for the not so sunny days, as you will still be outside!


For P.E, you will need to wear your house colour t-shirt, joggers or shorts, and suitable trainers. Remember to also tie your hair up if it is long and remove all jewellery.




In writing this term we will be using the following books to support the children in their learning:





As a No Outsiders school we will be reading some books that will be thought provoking and open up ideas about how we see people.










We will also be reading the rest of Beetle Boy and exploring books in the same genre as Impossible Creatures By Katherine Rundell. We look forward to sharing books recommended by children in each class.




We use the White Rose Maths scheme as the basis for our Maths curriculum.

To support parents with Maths at home, White Rose have produced lots of resources, which you can find on their website (Click here for White Rose Maths Parent resources) under "Parents & Pupils".


This section includes support on several areas of maths including videos under the 'Maths with Michael' section. Click here for 'Maths with Michael'. The videos also have free, downloadable easy to follow, step by step guides with copies of resources that we use in school. Please check them out!


For further Maths support for parents, please click here:


Free interactive resources:

For online interactive Maths resources, a great FREE website is 

Mathsbot contains interactive coins, Dienes, hundred squares and number frames (that resemble Numicon) and many more.


This free online glossary from Oxford Owl may help to clearly explain any Mathematical language that you may come across:


The National Numeracy website is full of information for parents with free, downloadable tasks (from Reception to Year 6) for you to try at home with your child.


These are super websites to help you with your Times Tables practice please have a look!


No Outsiders

The No Outsider’s vision is for inclusive education, promoting community cohesion and preparing our children for life as global citizens. ‘No Outsiders’ aims to develop the ethos of the school into one where every member of the school community, as well as every visitor through our doors, feels welcome and able to be themselves without fear of discrimination.


As a school, we will be incorporating the No Outsiders lesson plans and book suggestions into our own PSHE lessons. Class teachers will deliver the programme throughout the year, using developmentally appropriate picture books. Through discussion and activities based upon the picture books, pupils will be encouraged to show respect and develop their understanding of diversity.


Here are the books that will be covered this term:



For further information about what is going on this term in Year 6, click on the links below: