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Year 6 - Eagles

Using "Act it Out" to solve mathematical problems.

Revolution Knowledge Organiser

Zen tangle projects

Vocabulary ninja emojis

Welcome to Year 6!

 

Year 6 is  taught by Mrs Troughton and Mr Brixey with Miss Adcock also being in the class as a teaching partner.

 

This is a very important year for the children as we prepare them for the expectations of secondary school. At the end of the year they will take their statutory assessments in reading, writing, maths and spelling, punctuation and grammar. There is no statutory science assessment currently however we will assess the children in science alongside speaking and listening using teacher assessments moderated in school and within local schools. Further information about this will be shared with parents throughout the year including advice on how you can support your children with this at home through our expanding Family Learning Programme.

 

Through our close links with the local secondary schools, we aim for every child to be familiar with the surroundings of the school of their choice, to have the self-belief and courage they need to succeed and ready for the challenges of Secondary school.

 

In the summer term there is a residential that is part of that all important transition from being a primary school child to one ready for secondary school.

 

Our theme is currently 'Revolution' where we will be journeying through history, looking at Medieval Tewkesbury and the Industrial Revolution. 

Our Spellings

This weeks spellings are based on Time Adverbials

 

yesterday

tomorrow

later

immediately

earlier

eventually

recently

previously

finally

lately

 

Our spelling quiz will be on the Friday 16th October smiley yes cool

Year 6 National Curriculum Objectives and Expectations

Year 5 & 6 Spelling List

Assessment - KS2 tests

This video provides a summary of the Key Stage 2 tests that Year 6 pupils will take in England in May 2020. Aimed particularly at parents.

Golden Book

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