Year 6

Welcome to Year 6. Please click on the link to the left to access your class page.



Reading – Reading plus – Over the course week, please complete all reading lessons (5).

Maths – Log in to maths watch to complete the factors and multiples lessons and questions.

Spelling – Homophones:

farther/ father, guest/ guessed, heard/herd, led/ lead, allowed/ aloud. 

Practise the spellings on paper and then have a go at the quiz on google classroom.


Reading – Reading plus – Over the course week, please complete the full assignment. E.g. all reading lessons (5), visual skills lessons (2) and vocabulary lessons (2).

Maths – Warm up on TTR by completing 5 lessons in the garage. 

Complete the quiz on google classrooms – division questions. 

Spelling – Homophones ce/se: 

advice/advise, device/devise, licence/license, practice/practise, ascent/assent

Practise the spellings on paper and then have a go at the quiz on google classroom.



Reading – Reading plus – Over the course week, please complete the full assignment. E.g. all reading lessons (5), visual skills lessons (2) and vocabulary lessons (2).

Maths – Log in to MathsWatch, watch the video and then complete the questions on long multiplication. 

Spelling – Log in to Google Classroom. Practise writing each of the spelling words in the google doc that has been set up for you in the homework file. You might want to practise each word in a different colour or font to help you remember them.

1. vicious 2. precious 3. conscious 4. delicious, 5. malicious 6. suspicious 7. ambitious 8. cautious  9. fictitious 10. infectious 11. nutritious

Challenge – What other words can you find that have the suffix -cious and -tious? Write them down in the google doc. 


Spelling – This week, we are going to recap some of the Y5 high frequency words. Write each word in a sentence.

accommodate, accompany, according, apparent, appreciate, committee, communicate, community, correspond, marvellous

Challenge: Look at the list of HFW, what other words are in the same word family? 

For example: accompany = accompanied, accompanies, accompaniment, accompanying, unaccompanied

Reading – Complete 3 reading lessons on reading plus. This is in addition to any that you do in school. Can you get over 80% in each lesson? 

Maths – Timestable Rockstars. Let’s see if we can sharpen up your times table knowledge – this will help you with the long multiplication and division that we will be doing in class. 

Play the Gig game, giving each question your best effort. Once you’ve completed a Gig game, play in the Garage. 


Spelling –  Here are this week’s spelling words: 

conscience, conscious, controversy, convenience, individual, interfere, interrupt, profession, programme, pronunciation, symbol

Practise each of the high frequency words. Have a go at the quiz on Purple Mash. 

Reading – Sit down in a quiet spot and log in to Reading Plus to complete your inSight assessment. If you are in Mr Henshaw’s class, you should have already completed this, so continue with the reading lessons.

Maths – Login to Mathswatch and complete the assignment. Watch the video and answer the questions. This will allow you to practise the skill of rounding which we have been focusing on this week.


All KS2 pupils will have the opportunity to bring a book home from school. These can be changed on Mondays and Thursdays. There will be no reading record to complete as yet, which is why the three Reading Plus lessons are so important.  Please make sure that book bags are only brought into school on Mondays and Thursdays. 


Curriculum Maps

Y6 Curriculum Map Aut 1

Y6 Parent Leaflet Autumn

Subject Specific Vocabulary

Y6 Autumn 1 History Victorians

Y6 Autumn 1 PE Gymnastics, Dance and Football and Hockey

Y6 – Autumn 1 – Science – Microorganisms

Y6 Autumn 1 RE Vocabulary Life as a Journey

Y6 Autumn 1 PSHE Vocabulary

Year 6 – Autumn 1 – Art

Revision Links


This is a useful website for the children to practise many topics. Select the topic from the drop-down menu. You may need to adjust the difficulty to find appropriate questions. The following topics are useful for arithmetic practice:

1-5: four operations (Adding and subtracting whole numbers and decimals; multiplying decimals up to 3 decimal places by a whole number)

Multiplying 4-digit numbers by 2-digit numbers:

Dividing 4-digit numbers by 2-digit numbers: (No remainder)

25. adding and subtracting fractions

26. converting improper and mixed fractions

29. Multiplying and dividing fractions (In Year 6, children only need to be able to divide fractions by whole numbers which do not appear on mathsbot. Use this link instead:

30. Fractions of amounts

64. Percentages of amounts

70. Powers of ten (multiplying and dividing by 10, 100 and 1000)


Other topics on mathsbot are also useful for the reasoning papers:

7; 10 & 11; 19; 20-23; 36; 44; 46; 49; 50; 51; 58; 60; 78, 80, 81, 82; 83; 88, 101; 97

Other Maths Websites

This website lists the objectives required at year 6 and gives examples and practice questions:

Recommended Reading

Click on the following links to get some ideas of books your children might be interested in reading:

100 Books To Try And Read Before You Leave Year 6