Year 6 2020 - 2021

A 'Fond Farewell Video' for all of Year 6 - we will miss you all very much!!

Goodbye Year 6!

Year 6 E-Safety Lessons

Gooseberry Planet - Town

  • As we are spending more time online at home than we might normally, our online safety curriculum is as important as ever!  Please additionally find our final two lessons for Gooseberry Planet below for you to complete at your leisure over the remaining half-term.  Don't forget that each lesson also has an online game in the app and your login details are in your reading diary.  Below, you will also find the Q&A for the end-of-unit Rapid Fire Quiz which is on the app and a very jazzy certificate for you to print out and keep to celebrate the end of the year's learning.

Scenario 8

Click Jacking

Scenario 9

Fake Profiles

Scenario 10

Pop-Ups

Sc8 - parent handout Sc9 - Parent Handbook Sc10 - lesson plan & activity ideas
sc8 - lesson plan Sc9 - lesson plan Sc10 - workbook
Sc8 - slides Sc9 - slides End of Unit:
Sc8 - workbook Sc9 - workbook Rapid Fire Quiz - Q&A
Sc8 - answers Sc9 - answers Certificate

 

Further learning activities can be found at the Oak National Academy

 

Post Covid 19 Provision Information

Welcome to Year 6!

We welcome you to Year 6, a time of change and growth, challenge and excitement.  This is the place where we work hard and have fun, preparing for transition to Key Stage 3 and the changes children meet in secondary education.

Meet The Team

Mrs Cousins – Y6 Teacher, Head of School & Executive Safeguarding Lead for the Rose Learning Trust

Y6A – Mr Armstrong - Class Teacher

Y6D –Mrs Dugdale - Class Teacher

Mrs Bouttell – Higher Level Teaching Assistant

Mrs Jefferies – Teaching Assistant

 

A typical day in Year 6

8:50 – 9:05 – Registration (quick fire independent arithmetic activity)

9:05 – 9:30 – Arithmetic

9:30 – 10:30 – Reasoning

10:30 – 10:40 – Small guided reading groups

10:40 – 11:00 – Assembly

11:00 – 11:15 – Break

11:15 – 12:15 – Reading Comprehension/Novel Study

12:15 – 1:15 – Dinner (Year 6 are second sittings)

1:15 – 1:45 – Grammar / Spellings

1:45 – 3:00 – Foundation subjects

3:00 – 3:30 – Class reader/guided reading

 

Home Learning

In Year 6, we strongly encourage independent thinking and learning and provide a choice of homework. These encompass not only learning and creativity, but also life skills and interactivity such as cooking, crafts, building and planning. Pupils are expected to bring their diaries as they are checked each day. Homework is to be completed by deadlines and there is an expectation that pupils begin to take responsibility for bringing their P.E kits, swimming kits, packed lunches etc.

As we get closer to May and SATs, we provide revision books for maths, reading and Grammar.

Spellings are given out weekly each Monday, then tested the following Monday. These also link in with our novel study.

Pupils are expected to read 5 times a week at home. Diaries are checked each Friday for ‘Reading Raffle.’ Those pupils achieving this receive tokens and treats!

 

Things to remember...

Monday – Spelling test, new spellings given out, homework in. P.E kits.

Wednesday – Re-take, if needed, of spellings

Friday – Diaries checked for Reading Raffle

 

 

 

 

Files to Download

Year 6: Gallery items

Year 6 Gallery 2020-2021, by Mrs O’Keeffe

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Melton Road, Sprotbrough, Doncaster, DN57SB

01302 782421

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