Class 6U 2016 - 2017

Miss Upton

Year 6 Teacher

Welcome to 6U

HLTA - Mrs McDowell

Welcome to 6U. Please use our website to find out all about what we will be learning throughout this year, keep up-to-date with upcoming events, find useful documentation linked to our curriculum (see file downloads at the end of this page) and much more. You can also view our gallery and Blog items which will show you just how much fun we have had learning throughout this year!

For the start of the summer term in Year 6, our attentions will be turning to the upcoming SATs tests. We have now enterred our revision stage and will be sending work home with children to support this. Once the SATs are complete, we will be beginning preparations for the Year 6 play and continuing to focus on writing.

During this term our focus will geography, map reading and map design. We will be taking a cross-curricular approach to this unit by combining learning in PE (through orienteering) and computing with this theme.

 

Homework

Homework will be set on a Friday and should be returned by the following Friday. In the lead up to SATs, children will be set weekly revision tasks. The pages numbers will be given to the children each week and will also be available in the news items below.

Every day, children should be practising their timestables and reading for 15 minutes.

If you ever have any concerns, questions or positive feedback about any aspects of the homework, then please feel free to contact us.

Outline of the week

Enlgish and maths are taught every day with all the remaining subjects taking place throughout the week to ensure your child experiences a broad and balanced curriculum. For a clearer view of your child's week, please see the full timetable.

Monday - English, maths and science

Tuesday - English, maths and  PE

Wednesday - Art/DT and History with Mrs Newton

Thursday - English, maths and theme

Friday - English, maths and French and SPaG.

 

 

Files to Download

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