Welcome to Year 6
During the Coronavirus School Closure our aim is to continue to provide ALL children with activities to minimize the disruption to learning as much as we can as our Y6 children prepare for secondary school.
In light of the increasing spread of the coronavirus, Mr Edwards be timetabling work to complete at home. Maths and English work will be prioritised to ensure learning continues in these key areas, we will also be assigning topic based project work to ensure all children receive academic challenges whilst at home. To find out what activities to complete each day please see the 'School Closure' tabs on the left hand side of this page.
We thank you for your support and understanding during this very unsettling period.
Please ensure your child is able to log in to their email address at home so they can receive a suitable amount of appropriate work via their email each day (excluding weekends).
They can access their email on any internet connected device (laptop, tablet, smartphone etc.) at the following website:
They have each been given their email and log in credentials to enable access to this important whole-school communication link and will be asked to check their email each weekday by 9.30am.
The general expectation is that work will be completed according to the timetable (to be emailed and displayed on this webpage) and and reply from children to notify teachers on completion of any work set. Children should also detail any misunderstandings or difficulties encountered if necessary. Expectations will vary so please read instructions in the email carefully.
Mr Edwards and Miss Cao are only able to answer work-related questions via email any other school related query you may have must go down the usual channels - please check the school website for the latest updates or call the school office: 0115 915 5739.
The Secretary of State for Education announced on Wednesday 18 March 2020, that the 2019/20 national curriculum assessments will not take place due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. This means the Y6 SATs planned for May 2020 are cancelled. This is very disappointing to us all since our Y6 children have worked extremely hard in their preparation and were on track to perform very well at these national assessments.
Y6 TIMES TABLES ROCK STARS
Every child in Y6 has a log in to TTRockstars - this is a fun and engaging way to develop rapid recall in timestables (a crucial skill in for all mathematics!)
PE will take place every Monday and Tuesday. Please ensure that children have their PE kits in school on all days as PE sessions may take place during none scheduled days. PE kits consist of black shorts, a white top (no logo please), suitable trainers or pumps and all jewelry must be removed. As we are now in the middle of winter please ensure your child also brings a plain fleece, sweatshirt or hooded top when we are outside.
Year 6 children will be given a piece of Maths and English homework every Friday. The expectation is these tasks will be completed over the weekend and returned to school by Wednesday morning. In addition, Year 6 Spellings will be sent home each Friday and a test will be carried out the following week. Maths homework will be directly linked to the work covered that week so the children should be familiar with the area of maths.
I would also like to take this opportunity to reinforce the importance of children reading for at least 20 minutes every day. Reading is vital for your child’s success and it helps enormously in their writing.
In order for us to monitor and inform you on reading, homework tasks and school events, each child has been issued with a personal planner. It is an easy and effective way for us to communicate. Please sign the Home/School agreement. Please check your child’s planner on a daily basis. Children must look after their planners because if they lose/damage them, a new one will be issued at a cost of £3.
If you have any further questions or worries, please do not hesitate to Mr Edwards. You can catch me at the end of the day, as I dismiss your child, if you would like to have a word face to face.
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