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Year 6

Invitation to LIVE Online Safety Assembly with Google and Parent Zone.

You are all invited!  

Details and link to the stream for  pupils :


The pupil link is marked as ‘Made for Kids’ so chat will be automatically disabled. You won’t need to create an account or download any additional software.

  Watch out for Shout outs!  Will your  name be mentioned?


Learning From Home


For those children who are currently unable to attend school, here are a few fantastic sites designed to help keep you engaged with your learning (please note: some of these sites may require you to register)

Latest Resource:


Now that some children are begining to return to school, Here are some of the activities we are completing in school:


BBC BiteSize


This site updates every school day with an english lesson, Maths lesson and one foundation subject (those children who have already returned have been enjoying these)


Art competition


Check out this latest link to help support your child.

this is a fantastic government-backed resource. 


Active Learn:


Here you have access to Bug Club as well as other new interactive activities such as Science Bug - Please try them out and we will continue to submit further activities







Classroom Secrets:







How do you decide what you believe about COVID?

In Year 6 Homework is particularly important. Not only does it help to develop understanding of work from the classroom but also enables children to develop independence and organisation that will stand them in good stead at secondary school.

Homework is issued on Wednesdays and collected the following Tuesday, giving children a full week to complete all tasks.

The basic structure of homework in Year 6 is as follows:


  • Individual reading book (daily). Bug Club
  • Spelling practice (daily) or Basic knowledge flash cards
  • English Writing (1 x weekly)
  • English Grammar (1 x weekly)
  • Reading comprehension (1 x weekly)
  • Maths (1 x weekly)


SATs Revision (Spring Term) - Using provided materials.


They may occasionally be given additional work to revise or research.




Year 6 have been working hard all year, preparing for their SATs. We still have a small number of weeks left and so we must ensure we are completing regular reading and homework (as detailed above) to help revise all the content we have learnt this year.


SATs Week Timetable



The dates that the National KS2 SATs will take place in May 2019 are from Monday 11th May 2020 to Thursday 14th May 2020.

  • Monday May 11th 2020: SPaG Test- Grammar/Punctuation- 45 minutes
  • Monday May 11th 2020: SPaG Test- Spelling- 20 minutes
  • Tuesday May 12th 2020: Reading Test- 60 minutes
  • Wednesday May 13th 2020: Maths Paper 1 (Arithmetic)- 30 minutes
  • Wednesday May 13th 2020: Maths Paper 2 (Reasoning)- 40 minutes
  • Thursday May 14th 2020: Maths Paper 3 (Reasoning)- 40 minutes



SATs Breakfast Club


In order to for children to be relaxed and calm, Year 6 will be welcomed to a special ‘Year 6 breakfast club’ during SATs (11th to 14th May 2020). As a school, we will be providing a range of breakfast options including breakfast cereal, toast and a selection of drinks.

Breakfast club will open at 8:00am sharply and will end at 8:45; Children are more than welcome to turn up at anytime during this period.

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