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## 27.03.17 Literacy Easter Holiday SPAG Pack and Reading Comprehension Homework

## 21.03.17 Spellings - Year 6 Word List D

## 20.03.17 Literacy Past Perfect and Present Perfect Progressive Homework

## 14.03.17 Spellings - Year 6 Word List C

## 13.03.17 Maths Fractions, Decimals and Percentages Homework

## 13.03.17 Literacy Reading Comprehension Homework

## 07.03.17 Spellings - Year 6 Word List B

## 06.03.17 Literacy Direct Speech and Subject & Predicate Homework

## 06.03.17 Maths Area Homework

## 28.02.17 Spellings - Year 6 Word List A: Double Letters

## 27.02.17 Maths Algebra Homework

## 21.02.17 Spellings - sion, tion and cian words

## 20.02.17 Literacy Sentences and Clauses Homework

## 07.02.17 Spellings - prefix words

## 06.02.17 Poles Project

## 31.01.17 Spellings - cial and tial words

## 30.01.17 Maths Long Division and Problem Solving Homework

## 30.01.17 Literacy Reading Comprehension Homework

## 24.01.17 Spellings - silent letters

## 23.01.17 Maths Long Multiplication and Problem Solving Homework

## 23.01.17 Literacy Active and Passive Voice Homework

## 17.01.17 Spellings - ough letter string

## 16.01.17 Maths Negative Numbers Homework

## 16.01.17 Literacy Conjunctions Homework

## Year 6 Spring Curriculum Newsletter

## 09.01.17 Literacy Reading Comprehension Homework

## 09.01.17 Maths Fractions Homework

## 12.12.16 Maths Measures Homework

## 12.12.16 Literacy Reading Comprehension Homework

## 06.12.16 Spellings - Maths Shape Vocabulary

## 05.12.16 Literacy Expanded Noun Phrases Homework

## 05.12.16 3D Shape Maths Homework

## How To Make A Christingle

## 29.11.16 Spellings - Adjectives and Prepositions

## 28.11.16 Literacy Brackets & Dashes Homework

## 28.11.16 Angles Maths Homework

## 22.11.16 Spellings - fer sound

## 21.11.16 Literacy Fronted Adverbials Homework

## 21.11.16 Percentages Maths Homework

## 15.11.16 Spellings - cious and tious sound

## 14.11.16 Maths Fractions Homework

## 14.11.16 Literacy Reading Comprehension Homework

## Maths Booster Homework - 8.11.16

## 08.11.16 Spellings - Long e sound spelt using ei

## 07.11.16 Literacy Relative Clauses Homework

## 01.11.16 Spellings - Synonyms & Antonyms

## 31.10.16 Maths Homework on BODMAS

## 17.10.16 D-Day Project

## 11.10.16 Spellings - ent, ence & ency

## 10.10.16 Maths Homework on Multiplication and Division Word Problems

## 10.10.16 Literacy Colons & Semi-colons Homework

## E-safety Handout for Parents

## 04.10.16 Spellings - ant, ance & ancy

## 03.10.16 Literacy Poetry Comprehension Homework

## 3/10/16 Maths Homework on Factors and Prime Numbers

## E-safety Workshop

## 27.09.16 Spellings - ibly/ably suffixes

## 29.09.16 Maths Word Problems Homework

## 26.09.16 Literacy Adverbs Homework

## 20.09.16 Spellings - ible/able suffixes

## 19.09.16 Literacy Word Class Homework

## Maths Homework: Rounding and Rounding Decimals

## World War 2 Baby's Gas Mask

## 13.09.16 Spellings - Homophones

## 12.09.16 Year 6's Meet the Teacher Presentation

## 12.09.16 Maths Place Value Homework

## 12.09.16 Literacy Reading Comprehension Homework

## Year 6 Autumn Curriculum Newsletter

Below is a copy of your Easter holiday literacy homework: a SPAG pack and a reading comprehension. Remember to write your answers in your orange homework book. The homework is due in on Thursday 20th April.

__Maths Easter Homework__

You have four pieces of homework on your My Maths account for the Easter holidays. You also need to complete a poster, on paper, explaining how to complete a long division question. This homework is due in on Thursday 20th April. Let us know if you are going away and won't have access to a computer.

Here are our maths focuses for next week - the week beginning 27/03/17:

- Understanding ratio and proportion
- Solving problems involving ratio and proportion
- Solving problems involving the relative size of two quantities
- Solving problems involving scale factors.

Here are our literacy focuses for next week - the week beginning 27/03/17:

- Features of science-fiction writing
- Writing our own science-fiction stories
- Using hyphens to avoid ambiguity
- Spellings: Review of words we have learnt this term.

Below is a copy of this week's spellings. They will be tested on Monday 27th March.

Below is a copy of this week's literacy homework. Remember to write your answers in your orange homework book. This is due in on Thursday 23rd March.

__My Maths Homework__

Years 2 and 6 are trialling a new, online, maths homework system. Here are some instructions to help you. If you're on a laptop, google 'My Maths' and it's the first search result. If you're on an iPad, download 'Puffin Academy' and then search for 'My Maths'. Log in using the school login details on your letter. Then enter your portal using your individualised details, which are also on your letter. Click on the two pieces of homework and make sure you complete pages one and two for each. You MUST remember to 'Checkout' at the end, otherwise you'll have to redo your homework. Let us know if you've lost your letter, we can give you another copy. As this is a trial, we understand that there might be some initial problems so let us know if you can't get it to work. Your homework needs to be completed by Thursday, as usual.

Miss Hawkins and Mr Lurie

Here are our maths focuses for next week - the week beginning 20/03/17:

- Solving problems involving dividing fractions by whole numbers and multiplying fractions
- Understanding ratio and proportion
- Solving problems involving proportion
- Understanding the errors we have made and being able to correct them.

Here are our literacy focuses for next week - the week beginning 20/03/17:

- Features of science-fiction writing
- Reading comprehension of science-fiction writing
- Planning a science-fiction story
- Synonyms and antonyms
- Spellings: More words from the Years 5 & 6 word list.

Today, Year 6 went to Epping Forest Field Centre for a science trip. We had a fantastic day. We took part in a classification of trees activity, which involved us measuring trees' heights by looking through our legs, measuring their girth and naming them. We then went on a mini-beast hunt and found a wide variety of invertebrates (with quite a lot of squealing). Finally we went pond-dipping. Oh, and there just happened to be a special visitor at the centre too... There are two sets of photos below: the first set are with HRH Prince Harry and the second set show the extremely royal 6H in a forest!

Below is a copy of this week's spellings. They will be tested on Monday 20th March.

As part of our PE lesson today, we were introduced to the new 'Play Tower' in the playground. Even though it's designed for slightly younger pupils, you can tell by the photos below that we quite enjoyed ourselves!

Below is a copy of this week's maths homework. Remember to write your answers in your yellow homework book. The easier option is to complete sections A and B, the harder option is to complete sections B and C. This is due in on Thursday 16th March.

Below is a copy of this week's literacy homework. Remember to write your answers in your orange homework book. This is due in on Thursday 16th March.

Here are our maths focuses for next week - the week beginning 13/03/17:

- Converting between fractions, decimals and percentages
- Solving problems involving fractions, decimals and percentages
- Dividing fractions by whole numbers
- Multiplying fractions by fractions
- Dividing fractions by fractions.

Here are our literacy focuses for next week - the week beginning 13/03/17:

- Practising using all of our spelling, punctuation and grammar knowledge
- Understanding and using the perfect form of verbs
- Reading comprehension of complex texts
- Articles and determiners
- Spellings: More words from the Years 5 & 6 word list.

Below is a copy of this week's spellings. They will be tested on Monday 13th March.

__Epping Forest Trip__

Next Wednesday, 15th March, is Year 6's trip to the Epping Forest Field Centre. Due to another event in the area, the coach company has asked that we leave school at 08:45 so please could pupils be in school before that time. Pupils need to wear wellie boots, if they have them, but PLEASE don't go out and buy any - old shoes/trainers will be fine. Pupils should attend school in their normal school uniform, wearing their normal school shoes, and have their change of footwear in a bag. Coats and/or a waterproof (depending on the weather) are also required. Packed lunches can be brought in carrier bags or rucksacks. Please do not hesitate to pop in and see us if you have any further questions.

Thanks,

Miss Hawkins & Mr Lurie

Below is a copy of this week's literacy homework. Remember to write your answers in your orange homework book. This is due in on Thursday 9th March.

Below is a copy of this week's maths homework. Remember to write your answers in your yellow homework book. This is due in on Thursday 9th March.

Here are our maths focuses for next week - the week beginning 06/03/17:

- Area and perimeter of composite shapes
- Calculating volume and missing dimensions
- Equivalent fractions
- Simplifying fractions
- Ordering fractions, decimals and percentages
- Fractions, decimals and percentages equivalents
- Adding and subtracting fractions
- Solving problems involving fractions, decimals and percentages.

Here are our literacy focuses for next week - the week beginning 06/03/17:

- Analysing persuasive letters
- Planning a persuasive letter
- Writing a persuasive letter
- Using the subjunctive verb form
- Spellings: More words from the Years 5 & 6 word list.

This morning, PC Doris came to talk to Year 6 about 'Stranger Danger'. She spoke about what a stranger is and the different ways we can deal with an uncomfortable situation. To help us all, she taught us the rule: YELL, RUN, TELL.

Today is World Book Day! 6H came into school in some fantastic costumes, even Miss Hawkins and Miss Begum wore costumes. We've spent the day turning 'Charlie and the Chocolate Factory' into a narrative poem - we're making a book across the year group. This afternoon, we visited the reception classes and read books with them. Have a look at some photos of our day, below.

Below is a copy of this week's spellings. They will be tested on Monday 6th March.

Below is a copy of this week's maths homework. Remember to write your answers in your yellow homework book. This is due in on Thursday 2nd March.

Here are our maths focuses for next week - the week beginning 27/02/17:

- Using formulae to find the areas of different parallelograms
- Recognising when it is possible to use formulae for the area and volume of shapes
- Using pairs of compasses to construct patterns based on hexagons and the radius of a circle
- Illustrating and naming parts of circles, including radius, diameter and circumference
- Calculating the area and circumference of circles.

Here are our literacy focuses for next week - the week beginning 27/02/17:

- Planning a narrative description
- Writing a narrative description
- Writing a narrative poem, as a year group, for World Book Day
- Sentence structure - subject and predicate
- Spellings: Words from the Years 5 & 6 word list.

Below is a copy of this week's spellings. They will be tested on Monday 27th February.

Below is a copy of this week's literacy homework. Remember to write your answers in your orange homework book. This is due in on Thursday 23rd February.

Here are our maths focuses for next week - the week beginning 20/02/17:

- Finding all possible combinations for two algebraic variables
- Writing formulae
- Solving algebraic problems
- Recognising that shapes with the same perimeter may have different areas
- Using a formula to find the area of triangles.

Here are our literacy focuses for next week - the week beginning 20/02/17:

- Writing a timeslip story
- Using speech to develop our stories
- Punctuating speech correctly
- Colons and semicolons for independent clauses
- Spelling: tion, sion and cian words.

This afternoon, Year 6 had a 'Road Safety' drama workshop. We took part in the investigation into an accident, came up with ways to stay safe on the roads and learnt about the dangers we face on the roads today. We had a great and very thought-provoking afternoon. Below are some pictures of our workshop.

Below is a copy of this week's spellings. They will be tested on Monday 20th February, the first Monday back after half term.

Below is a copy of this half term's homework. Your project is due in on Monday, 6th March.

Here are our maths focuses for next week - the week beginning 06/02/17:

- Using simple formulae
- Generating and describing linear number sequences
- Expressing missing number problems algebraically
- Finding pairs of numbers that satisfy an equation with two unknowns.

Here are our literacy focuses for next week - the week beginning 06/02/17:

- Analysing the features of timeslip writing
- Reading comprehension of timeslip writing
- Planning timeslip writing
- Relative clauses
- Colons and semicolons for independent clauses
- Spelling: prefix words.

As part of our music curriculum, 6H have been learning to play the glockenspiel. Before Christmas, we learned to play part of Bon Jovi's 'Living On A Prayer'. This term, we have been learning how to play different jazz pieces. Below are some pictures of us practising, improvising and composing.

Below is a copy of this week's spellings. They will be tested on Monday 6th February.

Below is a copy of this week's maths homework. Remember to write your answers in your yellow homework book. It is due in on Thursday 2nd February.

Below is a copy of this week's literacy homework - we all have the same homework this week as it's linked to our Rights Respecting work. Remember to write your answers in your orange homework book. This is due in on Thursday 2nd February.

Here are our maths focuses for next week - the week beginning 30/01/17:

- Long division of multi-digit numbers
- Writing remainders as whole numbers, fractions and decimals
- Solving division word problems
- Solving multi-step and multi-operational word problems.

Here are our literacy focuses for next week - the week beginning 30/01/17:

- Multi-clause sentences
- Co-ordinating and subordinating conjunctions
- Writing balanced arguments
- Debating an argument
- Spelling: cial and tial words.

Below is a copy of this week's spellings. They will be tested on Monday 30th January.

Below is a copy of this week's maths homework. Remember to write your answers in your yellow homework book. It is due in on Thursday 26th January.

Below is a copy of this week's literacy homework. Remember to write your answers in your orange homework book. This is due in on Thursday 26th January.

Here are our maths focuses for next week - the week beginning 23/01/17:

- Long division of multi-digit numbers
- Long division of multi-digit decimal numbers
- Solving division problems
- Mental maths strategies.

Here are our literacy focuses for next week - the week beginning 23/01/17:

- Co-ordinating conjunctions for main clauses
- Multi-clause sentences
- Reading comprehension of balanced arguments
- Analysing the features of balanced arguments
- Planning a balanced argument
- Spelling: silent letter words.

Below is a copy of this week's spellings. They will be tested on Monday 23rd January.

Below is a copy of this week's maths homework. Remember to write your answers in your yellow homework book. It is due in on Thursday 19th January.

Below is a copy of this week's literacy homework. Remember to write your answers in your orange homework book. This is due in on Thursday 19th January.

Here are our maths focuses for next week - the week beginning 16/01/17:

- Multiplying numbers up to 2 decimal places by whole numbers
- Long multiplication of numbers up to 4 digits by 2 digits
- Solving problems involving addition, subtraction and multiplication
- Mental multiplication strategies.

Here are our literacy focuses for next week - the week beginning 16/01/17:

- Writing our own information and explanation texts
- Causal connectives
- Active and passive voice
- Technical vocabulary
- Spelling: ough letter string.

Below is a copy of Year 6's termly curriculum letter. If you have any further questions, please don't hesitate to pop in and see me.

Below is a copy of this week's literacy homework. Remember to write your answers in your orange homework book. This is due in on Thursday 12th January.

Below is a copy of this week's maths homework. The easiest option is to do the first 2 columns, the medium option is to do columns 2 and 3 and the hardest option is to do all 3 columns. Remember to write your answers in your yellow homework book. It is due in on Thursday 12th January.

Here are our maths focuses for next week - the week beginning 09/01/17:

- Addition and subtraction with negative numbers
- Understanding negative numbers in context
- Reading, writing, ordering and comparing numbers up to 10 million
- Solving problems involving negative numbers
- Investigating sequences.

Here are our literacy focuses for next week - the week beginning 09/01/17:

- Co-ordinating and subordinating conjunctions
- Reading comprehension of information and explanation texts
- Analysing the features of information and explanation texts
- Planning information and explanation texts
- Active and passive voice
- Spelling: words from the Years 5 and 6 word list.

Happy New Year 6H!

Today, we tested the shelters that we have been making in DT. Each group had to try and make a shelter that could withstand a 30 second blast from a fan, hold a 1kg the weight and remain dry inside when 200ml of water was poured over it. Four of our shelters managed to pass all three tests! However, the others struggled to keep dry. Below, you will see photos of the groups with their shelters and then photos of each shelter being tested. We really enjoyed this topic and look forward to the rest of our DT curriculum.

__FRENCH HOMEWORK due in on the 19TH JANUARY 2017__:

This is to be done in English and we will send it to our Pen-Pals.

To research and write about a sports person of your choice on an A4 piece of paper.

About their life/why they chose their sport.

Why you admire them.

Draw a picture.

Thank you.

Mrs Lucas

Today, Year 6 experienced a World War 2 day to finish off our topic. We got to experience a 1940s schoolroom in the morning and then go shopping in the afternoon. We had a brilliant morning, experiencing being 'caned', writing with ink pots and pens, writing on slate boards and even singing the national anthem. In the afternoon, some of us became shopkeepers and some of us became shoppers. We were able to use our ration books in the shops but were often stopped by the police, to show our identity cards. It was a great way to end our topic and a huge thank you to Ethan and Haroon's mums for helping in the afternoon. Below are some photos of our day, you may even spot the moment an air raid siren went off.

Below is a copy of this week's maths homework. Remember to write your answers in your yellow homework book. It is due in on Thursday 15th December.

Below is a copy of this week's literacy homework. Remember to write your answers in your orange homework book. This is due in on Thursday 15th December.

The Year 6 Christmas party is on Friday afternoon. Please bring in some food to share, an outfit to get changed into and, if you want, some music to play. Thanks.

The Young Shakespeare Company came and performed William Shakespeare's 'Twelfth Night' to Years 5 and 6. It was an interactive theatre workshop, which we loved. Below are some photos of us taking part.

Below is a copy of this week's spellings. They will be tested on Monday 12th December.

Below is a copy of this week's literacy homework. Remember to write your answers in your orange homework book. This is due in on Thursday 8th December.

Below is a copy of this week's maths homework. Remember to write your answers in your yellow homework book. It is due in on Thursday 8th December.

In science, we have been learning about light. This morning, we did a lesson about refraction. This involved 4 investigations being set up around the classroom. We were allowed to visit each investigation, make observations and take notes. At the end of the lesson, we learnt what refraction is and why it happens. Ask a member of 6H if they can explain it to you. Below are some photos of our lesson.

Here are our maths focuses for next week - the week beginning 05/12/16:

- Solving problems involving 3D shapes
- Reading, writing and converting kilograms and tonnes
- Calculating the volume of 3D shapes
- Solving problems involving calculating volume
- Solving problems involving reading, writing and converting units of measurement.

Here are our literacy focuses for next week - the week beginning 05/12/16:

- Apostrophes for omission/contraction, singular and plural possession
- Summarising passages
- Reading comprehension of classic texts
- Performance poetry
- Simple, compound and complex sentences
- Spelling: mathematical shape vocabulary.

The pupils in Year 6 have each been asked to make a christingle for the Christmas Church Service on the last day of term. They are to be brought in on Tuesday 20th December. Below are the instructions for how to make a christingle and some photos of the example one we have in school. Have fun!

We have finished our drama unit based on William Shakespeare's Hamlet. We have really enjoyed learning the tragic story of Hamlet and having a go at becoming some of the characters. Below are some pictures of us acting out an argument between Queen Gertrude and her son Hamlet.

Below is a copy of this week's spellings. They will be tested on Monday 5th December.

Below is a copy of this week's literacy homework - everyone has the same piece this week. Remember to write your answers in your orange homework book. This is due in on Thursday 1st December.

Below is a copy of this week's maths homework. Remember to write your answers in your yellow homework book. It is due in on Thursday 1st December.

We're almost at the end of our drama unit on Hamlet. In our most recent session, a group of travelling actors arrived at Elsinore Castle to put on a play. Hamlet designed the play 'The Mousetrap' to try and trap King Claudius. To create an evening of entertainment, we divided into groups and all performed. We had the royal family, some dancers, some chefs, some artists, some guards, 'The Mousetrap' actors and even a compere - Matthew! We performed brilliantly - King Claudius didn't enjoy the evening at all. Below are some pictures of us performing. We're looking forward to finding out the ending this week.

Here are our maths focuses for next week - the week beginning 28/11/16:

- Applying our knowledge of the properties of 2D shapes
- Identifying 3D shapes
- Finding properties of 3D shapes
- Visualising and building 3D shapes
- Identifying 3D shapes from 2D nets
- Constructing 3D shapes from 2D nets
- Solving problems involving 3D shapes.

Here are our literacy focuses for next week - the week beginning 28/11/16:

- Formal and informal language
- Shakespearean language
- Hamlet drama sessions
- Writing our own ending for Hamlet
- Writing an analysis of Hamlet's characters
- Expanded noun phrases
- Spelling: adjectives and prepositions.

We are continuing to study Shakespeare's play 'Hamlet'. We're really enjoying our drama sessions. So far, King Hamlet's ghost has visited Prince Hamlet and Horatio with a very important message. Consequently, Hamlet has decided to put on an 'Antic Disposition' whilst spying on King Claudius. Below are some photos from today's drama session. You may spot some strange hairstyles and clothing being worn in unusual ways - some of us were playing the part of Hamlet when he went to visit Ophelia. We look a little odd but it's all part of our learning!

Below is a copy of this week's spellings. They will be tested on Monday 28th November.

Below is a copy of this week's literacy homework. Remember to write your answers in your orange homework book. This is due in on Thursday 24th November.

Below is a copy of this week's maths homework. Remember to write your answers in your yellow homework book. It is due in on Thursday 24th November.

Here are our maths focuses for next week - the week beginning 21/11/16:

- Drawing 2D shapes using given angles and measurements
- Comparing and classifying 2D shapes
- Finding missing angles in 2D shapes
- Classifying angles
- Measuring and drawing angles using a protractor.

Here are our literacy focuses for next week - the week beginning 21/11/16:

- Formal and informal language
- Shakespearean language
- Hamlet drama sessions
- Writing a formal speech based on the events of Hamlet
- Alliterative poetry
- Brackets, dashes and commas for parenthesis consolidation
- Spelling: fer sound.

Today, we began to study Shakespeare's play 'Hamlet'. We are learning the plot and some Shakespearean language through drama activities and written work. So far, we have met King Hamlet, Queen Gertrude, Prince Hamlet, Claudius, Polonius, Ophelia, Laertes, Horatio, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern. Below are some photos of our royal family of Denmark.

Below is a copy of this week's spellings. They will be tested on Monday 21st November.

Below is a copy of this week's maths homework. Remember to write your answers in your yellow homework book. It is due in on Thursday 17th November.

Below is a copy of this week's literacy homework. Remember to write your answers in your orange homework book. This is due in on Thursday 17th November.

Here are our maths focuses for next week - the week beginning 14/11/16:

- Equivalent fractions, decimals and percentages
- Solve fractions, decimals and percentages word problems
- Calculating percentages
- Solve percentages word problems
- Comparing percentages of amounts.

Here are our literacy focuses for next week - the week beginning 14/11/16:

- Formal and informal language
- Shakespearean reading comprehension
- Hamlet drama sessions
- Planning a formal speech based on the events of Hamlet
- Brackets, dashes and commas for parentheses
- Spelling: cious and tious suffixes.

Below is a copy of this week's spellings. They will be tested on Monday 14th November.

Below is a copy of this week's literacy homework. Remember to write your answers in your orange homework book. This is due in on Thursday 10th November.

Here are our maths focuses for next week - the week beginning 07/11/16:

- Associating fractions with division
- Finding decimal and fraction equivalents
- Adding fractions with mixed numbers, with both common and different denominators
- Subtracting fractions with mixed numbers, with both common and different denominators.

Here are our literacy focuses for next week - the week beginning 07/11/16:

- Writing historical stories set during World War 2
- Old-fashioned vocabulary
- Fronted adverbials
- Commas for clarity
- Spelling: i before e, except after c rule.

Below is a copy of this week's spellings. They will be tested on Monday 7th November.

Below is a copy of this week's maths homework. Remember to write your answers in your yellow homework book. It is due in on Thursday 3rd November.

Here are our maths focuses for next week - the week beginning 31/10/16:

- Common factors to simplify fractions
- Common multiples to express fractions in the same denomination
- Comparing and ordering fractions, including fractions above 1
- Finding fractions of an amount
- Solve problems involving fractions of an amount.

Here are our literacy focuses for next week - the week beginning 31/10/16:

- Reading historical stories
- Old-fashioned vocabulary
- Fronted adverbials
- Planning historical stories
- Spelling: antonyms and synonyms.

In PE this half term, we have been studying gymnastics. There were two routines to learn and we each chose the one that best fit our level of gymnastics. Here are some pictures of our forward rolls, bridges, handstands, cartwheels and front supports. Also, can you spot Tom and Alice leading our warm-up?

In our art lessons, we have been studying the work of Stephen Wiltshire. He is an autistic man, who uses his incredible memory to memorise the layouts of cities. He is then able to draw these cities in astonishing detail. Today, we went on an art walk around the local area to try and draw some of the buildings near to the school. We're beginning to realise how incredibly talented Stephen is! Our next step is to draw our final piece. Come and visit Year 6 soon and take a look at our line drawings of buildings from around the world.

Below is a copy of this half term's homework. Your project is due in on Monday, 14th November.

Below is a copy of this week's spellings. They will be tested on Monday 17th October.

Below is a copy of this week's maths homework. Remember to write your answers in your yellow homework book. It is due in on Thursday 13th October.

Below is a copy of this week's literacy homework. There is the same piece of homework for everyone this week, as we found it such a hard concept in class last week. Remember to write your answers in your orange homework book. This is due in on Thursday 13th October.

Here are our maths focuses for next week - the week beginning 10/10/16:

- Multiplication and division word problems
- Word problems involving all four operations
- BODMAS - the order of operations
- Investigating using BODMAS.

Here are our literacy focuses for next week - the week beginning 10/10/16:

- Persuasive writing
- Persuasive language
- Speaking and listening skills through a persuasive discussion
- Comparative and superlative adjectives
- Spelling suffixes: ent/ence/ency.

Thank you to everybody who came along to the Year 6 e-safety workshop this evening. Below is a copy of the parents' handout, just in case you weren't able to attend.

Below is a copy of this week's spellings. They will be tested on Monday 11th October.

Below is a copy of this week's literacy homework. Remember to write your answers in your orange homework book. This is due in on Thursday 6th October.

Below is a copy of this week's maths homework. Remember to write your answers in your yellow homework book. It is due in on Thursday 6th October.

Please find below a letter about the e-safety workshop, which is taking place on Thursday 6th October. This workshop is designed for children and parents to work together but, if you are unable to attend, your child can come and be supervised by us. Staying safe online is a huge issue and the children often learn about this at school. However, the opportunity for you to learn with your child is one not to be missed. Please return the form below, by Tuesday, if you are interested. Thank you.

Here are our maths focuses for next week - the week beginning 3/10/16:

- Multiplying multi-digit numbers by two digit numbers
- Multiplying one digit numbers with up to two decimal places
- Word problems using multiplication
- Dividing numbers up to 4 digits using the short method of division
- Estimating to check calculations.

Here are our literacy focuses for next week - the week beginning 3/10/16:

- Poetry reading comprehension
- Narrative poetry
- World War 2 poetry
- Performance poetry
- Rhyming couplets
- Using colons and semi-colons in lists
- Spelling suffixes: ant/ance/ancy.

Below is a copy of this week's spellings. They will be tested on Monday 3rd October.

Below is a copy of this week's maths homework. Remember to write your answers in your yellow homework book. It is due in on Thursday 29th September.

Below is a copy of this week's literacy homework. Remember to write your answers in your orange homework book. This is due in on Thursday 29th September.

Here are our maths focuses for next week - the week beginning 26/09/16:

- Common factors
- Common multiples
- Prime numbers
- Investigations using factors and prime numbers
- Calculating questions mentally.

Here are our literacy focuses for next week - the week beginning 26/09/16:

- Classic texts
- Analysis of classic texts
- Recount in classic text genre
- Old-fashioned vocabulary
- Informal language
- Punctuating bulleted lists
- Spelling suffixes: ibly/ably.

Below is a copy of this week's spellings. They will be tested on Monday 26th September.

Below is a copy of this week's literacy homework. It is due in on Thursday 22nd September if you're in 6B and Friday 23rd September if you're in 6H - this is because 6H have to learn the script for their assembly too.

Below is a copy of this week's maths homework. Remember to write your answers in your yellow homework book. It is due in on Thursday 22nd September if you're in 6B and Friday 23rd September if you're in 6H - this is because 6H have to learn the script for their assembly too.

This week, Tom brought in a real-life gas mask from World War 2. This special type of gas mask was designed for babies - they were placed inside it! It was his grandmother's, when she was a baby during the war. However, she never actually used it. Tom spoke to us about the gas mask and we even borrowed a doll from Reception, to place inside it. It was a great example of living history, thanks for sharing it with us Tom.

Here are our maths focuses for next week - the week beginning 19/09/16:

- Addition
- Subtraction
- Calculating addition and subtraction questions mentally
- Estimating answers
- Addition and subtraction multi-step word problems.

Here are our literacy focuses for next week - the week beginning 19/09/16:

- Diary writing
- Informal language
- Commas after fronted adverbials
- Adverbs
- Spelling suffixes: ible/able.

Below is a copy of this week's spellings. They will be tested on Monday, 19th September. Remember to learn the meanings as well as the spellings!

Thank you for coming to our Meet the Teacher meeting tonight. Below is a copy of the power point presentation.

Below is a copy of this week's maths homework. Remember to write your answers in your yellow homework book. This is due in on Thursday 15th September.

Below is a copy of this week's literacy homework. Remember to write your answers in your orange homework book. This is due in on Thursday 15th September.

Below is a copy of Year 6's termly curriculum letter. If you have any further questions, please don't hesitate to pop in and see me.

Welcome to Year 6!

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