End of Year Reflections
Work Set by Year 6 Team for Week Commencing 29 June 2020
Work Set by Year 6 Team for Week Commencing 22 June 2020
Work Set by Year 6 Team for Week Commencing 15 June 2020
Work Set by Year 6 Team for Week Commencing 01 June 2020
Work Set by Year 6 Team for Week Commencing 18 May 2020
This week would be SATs week!
Work Set by Year 6 Team for Week Commencing 11 May 2020
Work Set by Year 6 Team for Week Commencing 04 May 2020
Year 6 Resources to Work from Home
Year 6 – St Richard de Wyche
Year 6 is an important time in your child’s education and we aim to foster a lifetime love of learning and an opportunity to discover new talents which they will carry with them into their next adventure at secondary school!
Throughout the year, all children will get a chance to write and present their own manifestoes when they stand for House Captain and Vice-Captain, apply for prefect roles, sports buddy, greenies and clerks to name a few! Independent learning and taking more responsibility in a safe and supportive environment is on the agenda to equip them to face the challenges that they will meet.
In the summer term, children will also get the opportunity to flourish in our lovely Forest School for some all-important and well-deserved Forest bathing!!!
Autumn term – The Industrial Revolution and changes in Britain
Spring term – Natural Disasters
Summer term – The Ancient Greeks.
Important events throughout the year:
November - Year 6 Residential
December - Confirmation
May – SAT’s
July – End of year production
July – Leavers assembly
Maths websites to aid learning
Reading site filled with extracts of books to try!
Key texts for Year 6:
In reading, we develop the reading skills required to build fluent readers. To do this, we use the VIPERS from the Literacy Shed and apply the types of questions that they need to answer through a variety of texts. These cover the reading domains that are tested in the end of Key Stage 2 papers:
Maths overview of learning for Year 6:
We follow the sequence of learning as set out in White Rose using the concrete, pictorial and abstract process.