YEAR 6

 


 

     

From left: Mrs Mills, Mrs Gray and  Mrs Anstey. 

 

Mrs Mills is the Y6 class teacher. Mrs Gray teaches the class on a Thursday afternoon. Mrs Anstey is the teaching assistant in the class. 

HERE is the fractons homework grid to show you the shading. 

    Click here for the slides from our  PIM. 

    For more information about our curriculum click here.

​Click here to view the End of Year Expectations booklet.


    Our timetable:

   

    

About Y6

 

As well as doing their lessons, the Y6 pupils can often be seen around school carrying out their jobs such as selling toast, collecting dinner numbers or giving out registers. Everyone has a job to do!​

 

 

After Christmas we will be working very hard at preparing for our SATs in May. Please click on the links at the bottom of the page to find out how parents can help their child prepare for the tests. Click here to watch a short video about the tests.


Last year's Year 6 children wrote letters of advice to this year's Year 6 children to help them prepare for their tests.

​   Click on the names to read the letters. Alex Ben Beth  Charlie  Christian Daisy Holly Jessica Jodi Kate Katie

   Stephen Tom Zoe


We love art and craft activities too. 


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This term we will have PE on Wednesday afternoon and swimming on Fridays.

  

Key Learning in Mathematics for Year 6:

 

 Please click on the link Key Learning in Mathematics  

Useful Websites to help your child while having fun:

 

http://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/ks2/ - maths, english and science

http://resources.woodlands-junior.kent.sch.uk/maths/timestable/interactive.htm - maths

http://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/7-11-years/ordering-and-sequencing-numbers - maths

http://www.topmarks.co.uk/english-games/7-11-years/punctuation - grammar

 

(Please note; Lancaster Lane School is not responsible for the content on external sites.)

 

  

 

 

Homework timetable:

 

Homework is set for several days to allow you and your child to pace the work during the week and thus allow time for out of school clubs and hobbies, visits etc. We ask that you support and encourage your child to complete the tasks set and hand work to the class teacher on time. Children should be provided with a peaceful and suitable place in which they are able to complete their homework. Try to help your child by being enthusiastic, encouraging, explaining and praising their achievements. Success in learning relies not only on effective teaching, but also on the support children receive at home. Please click here to read our school's homework policy. 


Below are links to advice booklets, offereing strategies to support your child in their:

1.  Reading

2.  Spellings / Phonics

3.  Maths​

Optional homework:


 


    Optional Science homework:​

     



Yearly Overview 2016 - 2017


 

 

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