Welcome to the year six pages, our teachers are Mrs Johnson (Class 13) and Mr Cope (Class 14).
WELCOME BACK YEAR 6!
Year 6 team is very excited to see many of you back next week. Here is a video from Mr Pavey explaining how everything will look like. Enjoy!
Home Learning Tasks for Children on Self Isolation
Dear Children, Parents and Carers,
In the last week before half term (commencing 18th May), please concentrate on the Woodham Transition Project. Even if you are not going to Woodham, use it as your Home Learning guide. We miss you! Stay safe!
*** WOODHAM TRANSITION PROJECT ***
White Rose Resources
For those of you who miss maths a lot, we have decided to upload White Rose resources here to give you more options while learning and revising. They are for you to use as a guide - they don't need to be printed. Children can copy tasks or working out and answers to their Home Learning books. Please find current week - week 5, commencing 18th May - below. Click on a link to open the lesson. Have fun!
Summer term, weeks commencing 4th and 11th May
We now have access to Active Learn! This is a great online site where your child can access online reading books. The site is very child friendly and has been a great success with EYFS and Y1. All children have been added to the site and their teachers have allocated a range of books for them to enjoy.
To log in please go to:
Some children may already have their log ins, for those who do not, please see the instructions below.
Username: first name and the first three letters of your surname for example John Smith will be johnsmi (lowercase)
School code: vane
If you have any problems whatsoever, please do not hesitate to contact the school via the email below and Mrs Johnson will try and help.
Summer term, weeks commencing 20th and 27th April
ANSWERS TO MATHS QUESTIONS - 20TH AND 27TH APRIL.
(Power Point version)
20th April -24th April
27th April - 1st May
If you don't have access to Power Point, you can download these pdf versions of maths lessons below – please download free Adobe Acrobat Reader for computers, most phones and tablets should have it already pre-installed.
20th April -24th April
27th April - 1st May
Reading activities 20th April - 1st May (10-4-10 tasks)
SPaG activities 20th April - 1st May (10-4-10 tasks)
All Vane Road KS2 children please see the link below for access to Languagenut! Children can now enjoy learning a variety of languages through the use of interactive activities and games. Click log in and enter you details. If you do not have your log in at home, please contact the school and Mrs Johnson will be able to help. Enjoy!
Spring term, weeks commencing 23rd and 30th March
Nessy is a fun and interactive software that helps children with their reading and spelling. Many of our pupils already access it at school. During the school closure, Nessy is available to all Vane Road pupils. Please follow the instructions below to log in. The school account will be monitored to make sure it works smoothly. If you experience any problems or have questions about Nessy, please contact the school, preferably using the message option on school's Facebook page. This link will get you through to the log in site: learn.nessy.com
During autumn term we looked at history of the Vikings and learnt about climate change. We read about dragons in a fantastic "How to Train Your Dragon" book which inspired us to create spectacular art work. In science we learnt more about our bodies and what to do to stay healthy. Have a look at some of our adventures! (Click on a photo to enlarge it).
Year 6 SAT Revision
Please use google chrome to access this resource as the links may not work in internet explorer/microsoft edge.
SATs Information for Parents
At the start of the year, we held an information evening for parents, here is a copy of the information leaflet for parents.
End of year expectations
Here is a link to the end of year expectations for year 6, they set out what each child should know by the end of year six in English and Maths.
We give out English and Maths homework every Thursday which must be returned on the following Tuesday. Every child has a homework book to keep their homework neat and tidy. Additional copies of homework will be available in class should children require them.
We encourage children to read every day! Each child has been given a reading diary to record their reading progress. We ask that parents sign the diaries at least once a week and children to sign their own at least four times a week.
The children take home spellings to learn each Friday, they are tested on the following Friday. The spellings follow the rules taken from the National Curriculum 2014. Here is a list of the required spellings for years 5 and 6.