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Year 6

In Year 6 we continue to build on and develop the children’s ability to be successful, independent learners.  It is an important year in preparation for transition to secondary school and we encourage the children to use a variety of self-help strategies including 3B4ME, Help Desks and Learning Partners.

English and Maths lessons are taught daily and include individualised learning tasks to meet the needs of all children.  Key skills, such as spellings and times tables, will be practised daily.

We prepare our children, through a carefully planned broad and balanced curriculum, for the formal testing in May (SATs); supporting and encouraging each child to fulfil their full potential.

The Year 6 curriculum allows areas of Mathematics and English to be linked and developed through the children’s Learning Journeys. We strive to make learning fun and hands on to take into account pupil’s differing abilities and interests. The children will also be given the opportunity to share their learning with the rest of the school and parents/carers through regular Class Presentations.

As the oldest pupils in the school, each Year 6 child is given the privilege and responsibility of supporting and nurturing an FS2 buddy, enabling them to develop lifelong skills.

Homework will be set weekly through ‘Reading Rambles’ and ‘Maths Meander Books’ and your support is valued and vitally important for your child’s development, as well as a great opportunity to spend time together.

We aim to make your child’s last year a happy one of course, but we also pride ourselves on preparing polite, mature, independent learners who will become successful secondary school students and hence valuable adults in society

 

Year 6 Curriculum

  

Year 6 Information and Letters

  

UKS2 Helpful Website Links

 

Thinking Tools

 

Year 6 Home Learning

  

Year 6 Blog

 

Year 6 Parent/Carer Questionnaire

 

Spelladrome

  

Are you concerned that your child may have a special educational need? Click here to find out more.

 

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