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Key Information

Class Homework Library PE
6H

 

Set on a Friday and due in the following Friday

Spelling tested on a Monday

Y6 children change their library books independently in small groups Alternate Fridays*
6S
6D
6N

 
 *Please ask your class teacher for further details/dates or see the following recording: Y6 link to 'Meet the Teacher' session recording
The Y6 Parent Information presentation can be found if you scroll down the page, below the 'Online Learning' button

Year 6: SATs Information Workshop

Year 6: Curriculum in Action

Year 6 Drop the Beat!

A sample of the Year 6 music work can be seen below. For all audio files please visit the Music curriculum page here.

 

Grime Track

Beats Success

Can I Speak to the Manager Please?

River Models Showcase Geography Learning

WW2 Food Technology Project: Scones 

WW2 Workshop: Getting into 1940s mode 

Curriculum Overview

Summary information about what the children will be learning each half term can be found in the curriculum overview documents. These are uploaded at the beginning of each half term and can be found by clicking the buttons below.
Paper copies are available on request from the school office.

 

                                                        

 

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Year 6 Pawsome Reading Bookmark (click to view/download)

Your child will receive a Year 6 pawsome reading bookmark from school at the beginning of the school year. The characters on the bookmark are linked to the reading skills that we teach in school and will help you to support your child's reading at home. Please use this frequently when reading at home with your child.

Talk for Writing Story Maps & Model Texts

Story maps and model texts help children to retell their class text. They are used in our Talk for Writing lessons. We use model texts to teach pupils how to use new vocabulary and sentence structures effectively, how to structure their writing and how to use their writing toolkits and techniques for effect. Use the model text documents below to help your child practise and remember these at home. There are actions that accompany the text that the pupils will learn in school. The more that children internalise the vocabulary and sentence structures from our model texts, the better equipped they are for creating their own stories. And practising can be lots of fun - so please have a go with your child at home! 

Autumn 1:
Rose Blanche (fiction)

Autumn 2:

Tintin (fiction)                                             
Persuasive Letter (non fiction)

Spring 1:
Tom (based on Macbeth) - (fiction)

Spring 2:

Balanced Argument (non-fiction)       
Ice Forest (fiction)

Summer 1:
Cheetahs (non-fiction)



Key Texts & Story Spine for Year 6

The document below shows you the key texts that Year 6 will be using for their Talk for Writing units this year, as well as the supplementary reading texts that they will use as class readers. The class readers are set for all year groups and this makes our Horsenden Story Spine.   


Click the 'Online Learning' button below to view the recommended websites to help support your child's learning at home.

 

Year 6 Information Presentation