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Year 6 – Hyenas and Capybaras

Year 6 – Hyenas and Capybaras

  • Year 6 Long Term Plan 2021-22

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Year 6 information

Welcome to 6 Capybaras and 6 Hyenas

All Year 6 children will enter the school building via the school driveway and then through the Year 6 cloakroom.  The staggered start time is 8:40am and the staggered finish time is 3:10pm.

The Year 6 teachers are Mrs Yarnold, Mrs Cartwright and Mr Higgins.

We are supported by Miss Hume, Mrs Dexter and Miss Huntington.

Mrs Crook and Mrs Norfolk will be covering our PPA session on Tuesday afternoon.

Here is a copy of our Year 6 Welcome Booklet which outlines the key information for this academic year.

Welcome Booklet Year 6

We will also be sharing a Curriculum Overview for each half term and then you can see what your child will be focusing upon in their learning.  Here is the overview for Summer 1.

Y6 Curriculum Overview Summer 2 Version 2

We love reading in Year 6! During the week, there are many opportunities for the children to take part in reading.  We read during Guided Reading sessions, ERT (Everyone Reads Together), curriculum lessons and our class novel.  ERT is a time when all of the children have the opportunity to sit and enjoy reading their books.

If your child has a book that they are reading at home, this may be brought into school.  The children have the opportunity to select books from the school and the class libraries and take them home. Please check that your child is coming home with their reading book and reading it. The children will be expected to read regularly at home, this may only be a couple of pages or for 10/15 minutes.  The children will take part in one to one reading with their class teachers / teaching assistant.   Please ensure that your child brings their reading book back to school each day as they may be asked to read with their class teacher or Miss Huntington.

All children have also been given a home reading record.  These are to be filled in by your child but please feel free to add a parent comment too.  We encourage the children to bring them to school each day along with their reading book.  The children will be completing a new reading challenge this year and these are displayed in the classroom!  Each time they read a book, they will be awarded a sticker or stamp.

Bronze = 10 Pride Points

Silver = 5 Merits and a dip in the prize box

Gold = Select a book and a bookmark

Each child your child reads at home, they will also be rewarded with a reading raffle ticket.  These raffle tickers will be placed into our special reading boxes!  At the end of each half term, tickets will be selected and a book token / book will be awarded.  Chloe was the winner of the Autumn 1 draw.   Keep an eye out to see who is going to be our next lucky winner!

Responsibilities:

Head Girl – Chloe

Head Boy – Olly

House Captains – 

ASH – Jacob L & Milly

BEECH – Jacob W & Georgia

ELM – Alex S & Jessica E

WILLOW – Lila & Hollie

Here are a selection of photographs from 6C which we took on our visit to Water Park, Coniston!

Here are a selection of photographs from 6H that were taken on their residential to Water Park – Coniston!

 

Spellings 

We will be sending home spelling sheets and we ask that you support your child whilst they are practising their spellings.

Each week we will focus on a spelling rule and 4 words from our statutory spelling list.  In school and at home, the children will practise words associated with this rule using the look, say, cover, write check method.    Please check that your child is bringing home their spelling sheet and practising their spellings.  There will be no weekly spelling test but there will be a quiz at the end of each half term.

 

Our Summer term topic is based around the book The Wolf’s Story.

The children have studied evidence collated from the crime scene to prove that BB Wolf was guilty of hurting Grandma.  They’ve written police reports.  The children have also written persuasive letters (pretending to be BB Wolf)  protesting their innocence to the judge and jury.

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.

P.E

In Summer 2, Year 6 will be having their weekly PE sessions on a Wednesday and Friday.  Therefore, each child will be required to wear their PE kits for the full day on the day of their PE lesson. This will save PE kits being brought into school.  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 send us a message on Seesaw.  Without either of these, your child will be expected to participate in their PE lesson. Thank you.

Medication

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 it is in date and that this is passed to the class teacher.

Golden Time

Golden Time takes place on a Friday afternoon.

Useful Websites and resources for Year 6:

  1. An excellent resource which provides 5 questions on each focus and instant feedback – https://uk.ixl.com/ela/year-6
  2. Fun interactive revision http://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/ks2/english/spelling_grammar/

GPS Practice tests:

Grammar and punctuation test 1

Grammar and punctuation test 2

Grammar and punctuation test 3

Grammar and punctuation test 4

Grammar and punctuation test 5

Grammar and punctuation test 6

Past SATS Papers:

2016 Sample GP

2016 Sample spelling

2016 SAT GP

2016 SAT Spelling

Grammar Mats:

Mat 1

Mat 2

Mat 3

Mat 4

Mat 5

MATHS

Useful websites:

https://ttrockstars.com/

https://uk.ixl.com/math/year-6

https://myminimaths.co.uk/year-6-mini-maths/

http://mathsbot.com/questionsIWB

Maths SATS Revision by topic

BODMAS

COLUMN ADD/SUB

DECIMALS

DIVISION

FACTORS, PRIMES, SQUARES

ADDING FRACTIONS

FRAC, DEC, PERC EQUIVALENCE

FRACTIONS OF AMOUNTS

FRACTIONS OF SHAPES

MULIPLY AND DIVIDE BY 10, 100, 1000

MULTIPLYING

NEGATIVE NUMBERS

PERCENTAGES

PLACE VALUE

ROUNDING

ALGEBRA

COMPARING

MONEY PROBLEMS

PROPORTION/RATIO

WORKING BACKWARDS

ANGLES

COORDINATES

NETS AND 3D SHAPE

SCALE AND LINE GRAPHS

ROTATION

SYMMETRY AND REFLECTION

TIME

TRANSLATION

CHARTS AND TIMETABLES

LINE GRAPHS

PICTOGRAMS

Arithmetic

Arithmetic Test 1

Arithmetic Test 2

Arithmetic Test 3

Arithmetic Test 4

Arithmetic Test 5

Past SAT Papers

2016 Sample SATS arithmetic paper 1

2016 Sample SATS reasoning paper 2

2016 Sample SATS reasoning paper 3

2016 Maths SAT – arithmetic paper 1

2016 Maths SAT – reasoning paper 2

2016 Maths SAT – reasoning paper 3

READING

SAT style questions

Reading assessment 1 text

Reading assessment 1 answer booklet

Reading assessment 1 mark scheme

Reading assessment 2 text

Reading assessment 2 answer booklet

Reading assessment 2 mark scheme

Past SAT Papers

2016 Sample SATS paper reading text

2016 Sample SATS answer/question booklet

2016 SAT paper reading text

2016 SAT answer/question booklet 

Year 6 – Hyenas and Capybaras
Year 6 – Hyenas and Capybaras
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