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St. Ann's Year 6 Class Page

Who is in Year 6? 

The Year 6 Team: Miss Hunt, Mr Cartledge and Mrs Maitland

Year 6 is a busy one as we prepare for SATs in May. However, it is still a year where there will be lots of fun with lessons in all areas of the curriculum continuing.  

Part of our role is to prepare you ready for your transition to High School so we encourage you to be more independent and responsible for your own learning whilst guiding you to make wise choices. There will be the opportunity for you to take on school responsibilities and be role models for others in school. 

Learning in Year 6

Our PE day is a Thursday and you must be wearing school PE kit on this day. Your reading book needs to be in school every day. Please bring a water bottle into school. 

Please see below to know what you will be learning during your time in Year 6. 

SATS

Homework

Reading - Reading is an essential life skill. Please read your at least 4 times per week (at least 10 pages) and discuss what you have read including words that you didn't understand with an adult at least once a week. These reads need to be logged in reading records. Additionally, you can complete at least two Reading Plus/Lexia assignments at home. This will be checked each Friday.

Maths -  It is vital that you keep practising your timestables so that you know all of these off by heart. Make sure you go on TT Rockstars to play your allocated games each week (25 minutes) and try to be the TT Rockstars Champion! This will be checked each Monday.   

Our Learning - Spring Term

English

Oscar Wilde and Ritva Voutila - The Selfish Giant

Jason Chin and Jemmy Button - The Island

Science

Living things and their habitats

Science week

DT

Food: Celebrating culture and seasonality

MFL

At The Weekend

Planets

PSHE

Too Much Selfie Isn't Healthy

Don't Rub It In Rub It Out

Maths

Ratio

Algebra

Decimals

Fractions, decimals and percentages

Area, perimeter and volume

Statistics

Art

Painting – David Hockney

Geography

The USA

Music

Growth

Texture Composition

RE

Why is the Exodus significant?

Why do Christians celebrate the Eucharist?

Easter - Who was Jesus?

Computing

NCCE: Programming A - Variables in games

NOS: Online bullying. Health, well-being and lifestyle

History

Crime and punishment

PE

REAL PE: Unit 3 (Static balance/Stance and coordination footwork) and unit 4 (Static balance/seated and static balance (floorwork)

Games: Cricket and dance

Useful Websites

Google Classroom - Log in with your child's gwstanns email address.

Lexia - Use the teacher email 'ipads@wstanns.co.uk'

Reading Plus - reading homework with online reading passages and questions

TT Rockstars - timestables homework.

If you would like to contact us regarding your child's progress, please make an appointment with the class teacher by calling the school office or by email using the form on our contact page.

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