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Homework (Year 6)

Year 6 Homework

Due in: Thursdays

As we head into year 6, it is increasingly important that children should complete homework with greater independence.  Therefore, we are expecting all children to try to complete the maths homework by themselves, using the year 6 prompt sheets as necessary (these are available at the bottom of each term's table).  The purpose of these activities is to encourage a continuous recall of maths facts which will prepare them for their SATs and for year 7.  Pupils are asked to answer similar questions as their morning maths (which is completed independently every morning in class).  

In addition to maths, we may also be asking pupils to complete  comprehension activities, the purpose of which is to enhance reading skills as well as boosting their reading stamina (they have a considerable amount of text to read within a short time in the SATs – 2000+ words in 2019 compared to 1500 in prior years). We still expect pupils to read at least five times per week for a minimum of 15 minutes as per the home-school agreement.  Anything above this quantity of five times will allow your child the chance to qualify for the platinum reading treats so please ensure that your child has their home link book signed by a parent/carer every day. We are really trying to stress to all of the children the importance of reading; therefore, if they do not have their book signed consistently they will lose some of their values time.

Occasionally, we may ask for additional research tasks to be completed.  This may be because the research around this subject is vital in order to complete the lesson in class, and it avoids taking too much time out of the year 6 timetable.

Homework will be set and returned every Thursday.  If your child is struggling to complete their homework, they must see their teacher or LSA before the Thursday hand-in date.  As mentioned above, please use the prompt sheets at the bottom of the table as guidance also.

Times table booklets will also need to be brought in completed for the week on Thursday, and reading records will return to being handed in daily.

Any incomplete tasks will need to be completed during Thursday lunchtime.

Homework will self-marked by the child.

 

Hi to all of year 6!!!!

Autumn Homework

Week Main Extras

Week 1

(Set Thursday 8th September)

Week 1

6 x tables

Applications for House Captain 

Week 2

(Set Thursday 15th September)

Week 2

7 x tables

The Water Cycle comprehension

Week 3

(Set Thursday 22nd September)

Week 3

8 x tables

UK seas and rivers worksheet

Week 4

(Set Thursday 29th September)

Week 4

9 x tables

My Eternal Journey comprehension

Week 5

(Set Thursday 6th October)

Week 5

11 x tables

Claude Monet research (see sheet for more information)

Week 6

(Set Thursday 13th October)

Week 6

12 x tables

Water Safety comprehension

Week 7

(Set Thursday 20th October)

Week 7

All, ready for test

Research a major river (see sheet for more information)

Week 8

(Set Thursday 3rd November)

Week 8

3 x tables (if req'd)

Archimedes comprehension

Week 9

(Set Thursday 10th November)

Week 9

4 x tables (if req'd)

WW1 Soldier Research

Week 10

(Set Thursday 17th November)

Week 10

6 x tables (if req'd)

The Battle of Britain and The Blitz comprehension

Week 11

(Set Thursday 24th November)

Week 11

7 x tables (if req'd)

Book review to share in class...what has been your favourite book this term?

Week 12

(Set Thursday 1st December)

Week 12

8 x tables (if req'd)

A Soldiers Surprise comprehension

Week 13

(Set Thursday 8th December)

Week 13

All tables, ready for Beat the Clock test

A Victorian Christmas comprehension
Helpful Resources

Spelling help

SPAG terminology

Maths Prompt sheet

Spring Homework

Week Main Extras

Week 1

(Set Thursday 5th January)

Week 1 Maya Gods Comprehension

Week 2

(Set Thursday 12th January)

Week 2 Frederick Catherwood Comprehension

Week 3

(Set Thursday 19th January)

Week 3 Aztecs and Maya comparisons comprehension

Week 4

(Set Thursday 26th January)

Week 4 Hot Chocolate and Maya comprehension

Week 5

(Set Thursday 2nd February)

Week 5

Maya legacy project (see homework sheet for details)

Week 6

(Set Thursday 9th February)

Week 6 Maya legacy project (see homework sheet for details)

Week 7

(Set Thursday 23rd February)

Week 7 Titanic research (see homework sheet for details)

Week 8

(Set Thursday 2nd March)

Week 8

PDL Jobs Questionnaire and Proforma for responses

Week 9

(Set Thursday 9th March)

Week 9

Magic Potion comprehension

Grammar Hammer (optional)

Week 10

(Set Thursday 16th March)

Week 10

Reading comprehension

(Superhero Facts)

Week 11

(Set Thursday 23rd March)

Week 11

Reading comprehension

(Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets)

Week 12

(Set Thursday 30th March)

Ninja SPAG

SPAG spotter

Maths SATs revision
Helpful Resources

Spelling help

SPAG terminology

Maths Prompt sheet

Summer Homework

Week Main Extras

Week 1

(Set Thursday 20th April)

Week 1

Florence Nightingale comprehension

Spelling help

Week 2

(Set Thursday 27th April)

Week 2

Relaxation Bingo

OPTIONAL EXTRAS

Jobs for children comprehension

SPAG terminology,  Spelling rules

Week 3

(Set Thursday 4th May)

Week 3

Relaxation Bingo

Relaxation Bingo

Week 4

(Set Thursday 11th May)

Greatest Victorian Project  

Week 5

(Set Thursday 18th May)

Greatest Victorian Project  

Week 6

(Set Thursday 25th May)

Audition pieces for the Leaver's Performance  

Week 7

(Set Thursday 7th June)

Rehearse songs/lines for the Leaver's Performance  

Week 8

(Set Thursday 15th June)

Rehearse songs/lines for the Leaver's Performance  

Week 10

(Set Thursday 22nd June)

Rehearse songs/lines for the Leaver's Performance  

Week 11

(Set Thursday 29th June)

Rehearse songs/lines for the Leaver's Performance  

Week 12

(Set Thursday 6th July)

Rehearse songs/lines for the Leaver's Performance

 
Helpful Resources

Spelling help

SPAG terminology

Maths Prompt sheet