Y6 Ms Stockton

Welcome to Year 6 FDS

During Year Six we endeavour to prepare all children for a smooth transition to secondary school.
 
Please click on the link below for view information that was shared with parents at this years ‘Meet the Teacher’ sessions.

Meet the Teacher 2019-2020 Y6

Click on the links below to find out what the Year 6 children will be learning about this year:

Year 6 Curriculum Map Overview

Autumn Term Y6 Topic Web 2019

 

Useful documents/links in Year 6
Year 6 writing genre overview
Year 5 and 6 Reading Key Objectives
Top tips for children
SPAG Glossary
Maths Glossary
Year 6 Curriculum Map
Homework Timetable
English Glossary
Grammar, punctuation and spelling Sample SATs (Paper 1)
Spellings (Paper 2) Sample SATs
Reading Booklet for sample SATs
Reading answer booklet for sample SATs
Mathematics (Paper 1) Arithmetic sample SATs
Mathematics (Paper 2) Reasoning sample SATs
Mathematics (Paper 3) Reasoning sample SATs
Parents information March 2019
Parents Timetable for SATS week 2019
Maths Revision booklet for children and parents

Homework and Reading
 

Homework is usually an extension or consolidation of work that has been done in class and in Year 6, it will become an increasingly valuable tool for revision and SATs preparation. Maths will be given out on a Tuesday and is due back in on Friday. Literacy will be given out on Friday and is due back in on a Tuesday. Please feel free to comment in your child’s reading record on how your child has found the homework task. In addition, a weekly spelling list and times tables where necessary, will be issued on Fridays, and tested on the following Friday.

It is essential that children bring their reading books to school each day. The Class Teacher/ Mrs Follows will listen to your child read within a guided reading session each week. Guided reading will be a taught session and will use a book of a higher level to provide more challenge. Children will also have the opportunity to change their individual reading books throughout the week. Please support your child by encouraging them to read on a daily basis, for a minimum of 20 minutes 5 times a week, and signing their Reading Record on a weekly basis.

Communication with School
Information will be sent home via e-mail, text and/or letter.

We may also use your child’s Reading Record to communicate personally with you, so please check these regularly.

If you want to speak to your child’s Class Teacher personally or need to discuss a matter at length then please telephone or email the school office to arrange an appointment at a mutually convenient time. Quick messages can be left each morning with the adult on door duty at the school gates at 8.30 onwards.

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Keep in touch with us through ClassDojo in the link provided, a great way to see how your child is getting on in year 6.

All children have been issued with a parental login code.

 

 

 

 

 
PE Kits

Outdoor PE kit is required on a Friday.

Indoor PE kit should be in school at all times as this may be required for other purposes.

Please ensure your child has the correct PE kit.

All kit should be clearly named. Kits will be kept in school at all times and will be sent home at the end of each half term.

Jewellery is NOT permitted to be worn – including earrings!

 
Web Links
Have a look at the web pages below to support learning in Year 6.
 
BBC Primary History
The Water Cycle for Kids
The Water Cycle
Emaths SATS Papers
 
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