Year 6 2023 - 2024
Welcome to Year 6!
Your teacher is Miss Wright and our teaching assistant is Mrs Sturge. On our webpage you will find out about the exciting year we have to look forward to and some key information that will help you have a successful year.
Tuesday - PE with Mrs Farmer
Friday - PE with Miss Wright (In Autumn term, we will be swimming).
Wednesday - Music and Drama sessions
Remember to keep checking Google Classroom as some of your homework will be set on here. Homework will be set Friday to Friday and spellings will be Monday to Monday. Spellings will also be posted on Google Classroom as well as sent home via Marvellous Me.
Reading is important and is a skill that can open up opportunities across the curriculum and enable you to find out about the world. Reading is a prioriyu at our school and we want our children and families to foster a love of reading.
We will be completing lots of reading tasks in school but reading at home can support you and is something you can do to help you make excellent progress across the curriculum. Remember, the more you read, the more you will know.
All children will need a home reading book and reading at home will be recorded in their journal. We do expect that children will read at least 3 times every week. Year 6 children might read to themselves but we would still ask parents to sign the journals. House points and Be Your Best Self tickets will be given to children who are reading and returning their journal daily. If you read 5 times a week for a whole half term then you will be invited to our 'Starbooks Cafe'.
Homework: Set on Friday and due back in on Wednesday.
Homework helps children by recapping learning that has taken place in the classroom. It is important that homework is completed every week. Homework will be set on Google Classroom. Please request paper copies from Miss Wright if children work better this way.
Year 6 SATs
In Year 6, children sit their Sats, which are the statutory assessments all Year 6 children in England complete. These tests are important, but we don't want anybody to worry about them; we will be prepared and ready when they start in May. We ask that children are not absent during SAT's.
KS2 SATs Dates 2024 - Testing Period 13th-16th May
Monday 13th : Spelling, punctuation and grammar Test- Grammar/Punctuation- 45 minutes
Monday 13th : Spelling, punctuation and grammar Test- Spelling- 20 minutes
Tuesday 14th : Reading Test- 60 minutes
Wednesday 15th: Maths Paper 1 (Arithmetic)- 30 minutes
Wednesday 15th: Maths Paper 2 (Reasoning)- 40 minutes
Thursday 16th : Maths Paper 3 (Reasoning)- 40 minutes
Children have access to lots of websites that assist with their learning and revision to start preparing them for SATS. We recommend regular access to the following sites:
Autumn Term Learning:
In Autumn Term we will be learning many thing across the curriculum.
If you have any questions, Miss Wright will be available between 8:30-8:45am and 3:15 - 3:30pm otherwise please contact the school office and she will give you a call back.