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Teacher: Miss Speakman
Dear Parents and Year Six Children, I hope you have had a lovely first week of home learning! Please find below some suggested home learning activities that are linked to our Year Six topics. Please complete your learning workbooks first as these are an essential part...
Dear Parents and Year Six Children, We hope that you are all keeping safe and well, and are enjoying your home learning. Below are some additonal activities for you to work on. Remember to work on your home learning packs first, these are additional activities. ...
Good everynoon everyone, I hope that you have all had a lovely Easter break and have been enjoying the sunshine with your families. On today's blog, I have included learning activities for this week and for next week for you to complete after you have worked on your...
Year 6 children need to:
Read for at least 10 minutes every night. Parents must then sign the reading record
Learn the spelling list provided on a Monday ready to be tested on Friday.
Complete other homework provided –numeracy and literacy homework will be sent out on a Monday and will be due back in on a Friday.
In addition to this, please ensure your child is dressed in full school uniform each day including plain black shoes/trainers and no jewellery. Year 6 will have P.E. on a Monday and Friday. Please ensure that a full P.E. kit is in school on a Monday morning which will then remain in school until half term.
- Your child should understand what they have to do before they go home. It will be their responsibility to check before they go home. Don’t give them any help unless absolutely necessary. If you have had to help your child, please write on the homework.
- Please be careful with the maths; let your child show you the methods we use.
- Please allow your child to be more responsible, by allowing them to give reasons why the occasional homework is not done.
Make sure your child has plenty of practice learning times tables and other important Maths facts. These learning homeworks are really important. If a child knows these facts they are much more confident and relaxed with their work than those who haven’t ; these children know they will not be able to do the work before they even begin.
Please hear your child read each night (have a night off at the weekend).
To keep up with the group they are in, they will need to read for around ten minutes every night. If they want to read more please give them something different to read. At this age it is very important for your child to start reading a wide range of suitable material that grabs their interest.
Ask them questions to make sure of their understanding.
Please sign the reading records each night and your comments will be very helpful.