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Year 6 Archive: 2018-2019

Our Year 6 Enterprise Event at the Summer Fair



Useful document for GPS revision

Previous spellings that have come up in the SATs tests

Useful document for maths revision

KS2 SATS presentation February 2019

Year 6 GPS revision

Lotherton Hall Visit February 2019 


Our topic this term is WWII. We were lucky enough to attend an evacuee workshop at Lotherton Hall. We learnt what it was like to be evacuated to the countryside, how evacuees were expected to earn their keep in the house and studied the morse code. 

Take a look at some of our photographs from the visit. 

Active learning in Science 


Last week, we began to learn about the circulatory system in Science. We learnt lots of new vocabulary. This week, we did the 'Tiggy Triangle' activity to test our understanding from the previous week. 

Spring 1&2 

World War 2 


This half term, our topic is World War 2. Please read the newsletter uploaded below for more information. 

Spring Newsletter

Behaviour for learning

Leeds Book Awards 2019 


The Leeds Book Awards is taking place in April. The books below are the shortlisted titles for 2019.  

At least half of the class are currently reading the books and writing reviews about them. We are then displaying our reviews in our reading area. 

Autumn 2 


Our new topic is 'Evolution and inheritance'. 

To see what we'll be learning this half term, view our Autumn 2 newsletter which is uploaded below. 

Our visit from 'Streetlaw'

Active learning in action

Dividing Fractions with KFC

Year 6 adding fractions

Abbey House Museum, Murder Mystery trip on the 25th October 2018. 

Please return your consent forms. 

Murder Mystery trip- Abbey House Museum

This week we have been learning about long division. Below is a document that demonstrates how long division is taught. There are also some practise questions that you can try at home if you have been unsure in class.

Robinwood September 2018



Welcome to Year 6 


I hope you've had a lovely summer- I'm very much looking forward to getting to know you all. 


Thank you for those of you who attended the year 6 welcome session. If you could not attend the meeting, the powerpoint is below. If you have any questions or queries, please do not hesitate to come and speak to me. 


This website will be updated regularly so please continue to look at our class page for important information and to see pictures of our learning. 



Information presentation about Robinwood residential.

Year 6 timetable

Year 6 homework timetable 


—Thursday- Monday: Grammar and spelling homework

The grammar homework will be introduced on a Thursday morning. Grammar homework will be sent home in a spelling/grammar folder. Spellings will be given on the same day as the grammar homework and in the same folder. Occasional extension tasks may be included with the spelling homework. The spelling test will be on the back of their spelling homework so there is a record of how they scored on the test for you to see at home. Spellings set are to be revised each day – please help by testing your child at least twice during the week. 

Please make sure the spelling/grammar folder is in school on a Monday. 


—Monday-Thursday: Maths homework

Maths homework will consolidate the learning from the previous week. If your child finds this difficult, please encourage them to speak to me about it so we can go over it in assembly time on Monday. 

Please make sure the maths homework folder is in school on a Thursday. 


—Friday-Tuesday: Mathletics homeowork


—A topic homework grid will be sent home at the start of every half term (in the back of the grammar/spelling homework folder). Your child should complete at least two of the activities on the sheet by the end of the half term.


—In addition, please encourage your child to read every day and ask them questions about the text. Reading comprehension homework will start after Christmas.

Strategies to support spelling

Investors in Pupils  


This is an extremely important year for the children of Year 6 and Investors in Pupils is key to our success. 


  • IIP encourages children to display a good behaviour for learning and to take responsibility for their own actions.
  • IIP helps to prepare children for their most important year at primary school by ensuring children choose targets that better their learning, behaviour and attitude. 


In year 6, every child has an individual target that they personally work towards. We have a class target that we work towards as a team.


Our current class target is: 

To come in to class quietly 


We will decide on a reward for our class target when we are closer to achieving it. 


Here is our investors in pupils display  


In Year 6, we've started to learn new vocabulary about what we can find in our pencil case. We tried really hard to pronounce the words correctly.

Tengo un - I have...

No tengo - I don't have...