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Year 6 Leopards

Welcome to the Year 6 Leopards!



Meet the Teacher


Click on the link below to meet Mrs Coley and to find out about Year 6.

My name is Mrs Coley and I am delighted to be teaching the Year 6 Leopards this year.  Mrs Mulla will also be supporting us in Year 6.  At the bottom of our class page, you will find lots of important information such as our class bulletin, homework grid, curriculum overview and lots of useful websites to support learning.



Home Learning



If you are self isolating, please log into Google Classroom and complete today's assignments.  This will ensure that you do not miss any learning and that you are ready to continue your learning with your peers when you return to school.  Your login is inside the cover of your homework book and your home learning book. Use the link below to access our classroom.


Important Reminders


* PE - Our PE day is Thursday this term and you will need to wear your PE kit (joggers and a school jumper are fine) and trainers to school.


* Water bottles - There will be no cups in class.  Please bring a suitable water bottle which will be kept at your table.  The bottle must be taken home and cleaned each night.


Homework is given out every Friday on Google Classroom and should be completed by the following Friday.  All children have a homework book with a homework grid for the half term.  Homework includes home reading (3 parent signatures required), spellings (ready for a test every week), TT Rockstars and Reading Plus.

Summer 1


This half term, we will be learning...

Collective Worship


Our value for this half term is 'Friendship'.

Throughout this half term,  we will be listening to and responding to a range of bible stories that teach Christians about the importance of our value.

Don't forget to complete your values task at home - it could be included on our next newsletter!



This half term, we will be studying the question "What do religions say to us when life gets hard?"

We will also be answering 'Big Questions', which give us the opportunity to discuss and debate open-ended questions that have many possible answers.  These questions broaden our thinking, acting as a springboard to new ideas and opinions. 



This half term, we will be studying stories with flashbacks.  Throughout this unit, we will be reading a range of texts, learning about the features of this text type, before writing our own texts. We will also be using short videos to inspire our creative writing.


Reading Plus

This half term, we will be accessing Reading Plus on a weekly basis. The aim is for every child to complete a minimum of 5 reading sessions per week.  Most of these sessions will be completed in school, however it would be extremely beneficial for children to be accessing it from home on a weekly basis as well.  The aim of this programme is to improve children's reading and comprehension skills, by quickly adapting to meet the exact needs of every child. 



In maths, we will be focusing on Perimeter, Area and Volume (measurement), Ratio (number) and Statistics. This will be underpinned by a weekly arithmetic lesson. Please ensure that your child has secure knowledge of the times-tables up to twelve multiplied by twelve, alongside the corresponding division facts. These should be practised at home on a regular basis through Times Tables Rockstars.  In addition to this, it is also essential that children can quickly and accurately recall other basic maths facts:

- properties of 2D and 3D shapes

- conversions between different units e.g. grams to kilograms

- conversions between equivalent fractions, decimals and percentages

- properties of different angles

- roman numerals

- cube and square numbers

- prime numbers

- multiples and factors of different numbers

- how to calculate the area, perimeter and volume of shapes

- the meaning of mathematical vocabulary e.g. unit fraction, composite number etc.

The maths knowledge organisers and fact sheets (which can be downloaded from the bottom of this page) are a great way of learning the knowledge that is required of our Year 6 pupils. 



Our Science topic this half term is 'Electricity'. Please make sure that your child learns all the vocabulary definitions and facts that are listed on their Knowledge Organiser (see documents below), so that they are fully prepared for their Science lessons. 



This half term we will be having intervention sessions, which will ensure that any gaps in children's knowledge are addressed quickly.  This will enable your child to fully access the year 6 curriculum and be prepared for their transition to Year 7.

Important Documents

Curriculum Overview

Science Knowledge Organisers 

Maths Knowledge Organisers 

Summer 1 Spelling Lessons Overview

Year 6 Tricky Spellings

Useful Websites

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