Welcome to Y6

Teacher: Miss Roberts
PPA Cover (Friday afternoon): Mrs Maw
Classroom support: Mrs Maw
PE lessons: Tuesday - Gymnastics
                                         Friday - Invasion Games - Football
Please remember to  come to school in your PE kits on these days.
Remember to come in school in trainers each morning for the daily mile and bring your school shoes in a pump bag on non-PE days  (Wed/ Thurs/ Fri)
Please check Seesaw for information about your weekly homework activities. 
English/Maths/ Spelling Homework will be set on a FRIDAY and should be handed in the following FRIDAY.
Reading journals and reading books should be brought into school EVERYDAY.
At home, you should be reading AT LEAST 5 times per week. You will have your own individual reading book and should make sure you log all your reading in your reading journal.
We will also be encouraging you to read a wide range of genres this year too - why not choose something to read that is different to the books you would usually go for? Visit our Reading for Pleasure section for more ideas!
Reading Plus
Please use your individual login to access Reading Plus at home to complete the different activities linked to your personal targets. 
At least two Reading Comprehension sessions should be completed at HOME each week, with the other two and your Visual Skills/Vocabulary tasks being completed in school.


Century: Maths and English Homework
Below you will find the link Century; you can login and access this using your individual login details.  Each week, you will be set a selection of activities (nuggets)  linked to your English and Mathematics learning to complete for homework.
Spelling Homework
See below for the link to Spelling Shed that you can access with your individual password to practise your spellings for the week. 
Times Tables Homework
See below for the link to TT Rockstars that you can access with your individual password. 
Children will be tested weekly on their times table and corresponding division facts to increase their speed and accuracy. Should they wish to practise further at home, please click on the image below to log in.
History homework - War and Conflict
As we will be learning about conflict and war in our History lessons, your wider curriculum homework for this term is to research a specific conflict or war or an aspect of war and then produce something to share with the class at our ‘War and Conflict’ exhibition (dates and details to follow). The finished project will need to be handed in by the end of this term.