Welcome to Year 6. Please click on the link to the left to access your class page.
On Monday 21st May, we held an information meeting for parents about our upcoming residential to The Conway Centre in Menai.
The presentation can be found here: Menai Residential Experience 2018
Some forms were handed out at the meeting; please return these as soon as possible before the May holidays. If you were unable to attend the meeting, these forms will be sent home with your child.
Newsletters will be uploaded half termly and parent leaflets containing information about learning objectives will be uploaded termly.
Useful Information & Online Resources
Please click on the links below to access resources useful for the year group.
KS2 SATs Evening
Below is the PowerPoint document from the SATs meeting with all the key dates and information.
The children have all been given a login for ReadTheory, a website that provides a short text with some comprehension questions. This will sometimes be used as homework, but the children are welcome to complete as many as they like! The login has been stuck into the back of Reading Records.
Newsround is a fantastic website for non-fiction articles based on current affairs.
100 Books To Try And Read Before You Leave Year 6: A fantastic list of good quality texts. Can you read them all?
If you are struggling for ideas as to what to write, you may wish to complete one or more of the activities found at the fantastic Literacy Shed. Scroll down on the main page and choose a category which inspires you!
If you’d like to complete a weekly task, and compete with people from all over the world, visit 100wc.net for a weekly hundred word challenge!
Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar
The High Frequency Words all children are expected to know by the end of Year 6 can be found here. The lists can be found on pages 23 (Y5&6) and 16 (Y3&4).
Here is the glossary from the current English National Curriculum. It explains the different terminology used for grammar, spelling and punctuation.
Although this is an American website, Grammar Monster is a great resource for revisiting any areas of SPaG that may be unclear.
Khan Academy has fantastic online tutorials on how to approach different mathematical problems.
National Geographic Kids is a great resource for History and Geography projects children may want to produce their own non-fiction report about something we are covering at school or that interests them.