Spellings – given out on Friday 8th November
Words ending in ible and able
changeable, noticeable, manageable, serviceable, forcible, illegible, legible, eligible, terrible
Year 3/4 Words –
Year 5/6 Words –
English homework –
To be handed in 14th November 2019 NOT the date which is on the sheet!
Maths homework –
Long division. Don’t forget to draw out your coin card and this will help you. You need to do the homework in your homework book, showing all your workings.
Reading – to read at least 3 times a week. Don’t forget that you could do some research for your coast project, read some information on the internet about the Mayans, read a bedtime story to a younger sibling or read your book! Don’t forget to get your planner signed by an adult.
Welcome to year 6! Please find below a welcome letter which contains relevant information for starting year 6.
Year 6 Key Dates:
Coastal Visit to Filey
Thursday 17th October 2019
Wednesday 6th November
Christmas Fiver Challenge
Thursday 12th December 2019
Wednesday 5th February 2020 at 5:30pm
Wednesday 20th May 2020 at 5:30pm
The Year 6 teachers are Mr Higgins, Mrs Cartwright and Mrs Yarnold. We are supported by Miss Huntington.
Year 6 is the final year at Horbury Primary Academy before the children leave us to go to their chosen high school. During their journey through Year 6, the children will continue to develop their understanding across the school curriculum. However, as well as this, we also place great emphasis on developing confidence and responsibility in our pupils through a wide range of learning experiences, mentoring roles and job responsibilities across the school.
Year 6 Jobs
Throughout the course of Year 6, the children are encouraged to undertake responsibilities around school. This can come in the form of mentoring roles, representative positions and jobs. We aim to rotate job responsibilities every half term so that everyone has the opportunity to experience a job.
There are weekly P.E sessions for our children. Therefore, each child should ensure that they have the appropriate kit for these sessions. The children need to bring their kit on a Monday and take it home on a Friday. As the weather warms up, there may be opportunities to take part in additional PE sessions.
P.E is a statutory subject and all children are required to take part. If your child is suffering from an injury that prevents them from taking part then please contact the school by telephone or by a note passed to the class teacher. Thank you.
If your child does not bring their kit or brings the wrong kit then they will be issued with a letter which we ask you to sign and return to school. If your child is unable to do P.E please ensure that they have a note to explain why.
Please ensure that if your child requires medication, the school office has been notified and a permission slip has been completed. If your child has an inhaler please ensure that this is passed to the class teacher.
E-mail address to send in homework/school projects:
- An excellent resources which provides 5 questions on each focus and instant feedback – https://uk.ixl.com/ela/year-6
- Weekly activities will be set using SPAG.COM – www.spag.com
- Fun interactive revision http://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/ks2/english/spelling_grammar/
GPS Practice tests:
Past SATS Papers:
Maths SATS Revision by topic
Past SAT Papers
SAT style questions
Past SAT Papers