Year 6

Welcome to the Year 6 Class Page

High School Advice

Welcome back to school Year 6. This page will give you the core information for the year.

School day:

Start time: 8:55

Finish Time: 3:30

Weekly Routines


We have P.E every Tuesday and Thursday. We have access to both the hall and the MUGA for our P.E session meaning we can carry on teaching P.E regardless of the weather. Children should come to school dressed in their P.E kit. Our P.E sessions on  Tuesday are outdoors and our P.E sessions on  Thursday are indoors. It is recommended that during the winter months, children wear jogging bottoms and bring a school jumper/fleece to wear in addition.

Water Bottles

Just a reminder that water bottles can now be taken home on a daily basis..

Reading Books

Reading Books will be issued every TUESDAY and THURSDAY. Please make sure your child has their book bag in school on these days. Reading records must be signed and dated in order for us to change books. Please note, any books not signed, will not be changed. A record of all books issued, including when changed, is kept to help us monitor reading progression.


Maths Homework will be given out on a Tuesday and is due back on Friday.

English Homework will be given out on a Friday and is due back on Tuesday.

The children will be given 5 spelling per week. Spellings will be given out on Friday, the test will then be on the following Friday (giving the children a week to learn their spellings).

Please check out  the details at the bottom of the page how to help with maths and reading.

What we are learning:

How to help with maths and reading:


Have fun with reading.  Let your child choose what they read and enjoy it together.  Short or long, it’s time well spent.

Don’t worry about what your children are reading: recipes, cereal packets, catalogues … it’s all useful!  Keep books and other reading materials close by.

Reading to children of all ages is helpful.  Ask lots of questions: who, what, where, when and why and ask them to summarise when you’ve finished.

When you see your child reading, praise them:  “I love to see you reading!”

For more tips on helping your child read, click here.


Maths can feel like a difficult subject to cover at home.  Use these top tips to support your child’s maths learning while schools are closed:

Encourage your child to set goals and make plans – this can help them learn independently.

Have a set time and place to study with the appropriate resources – this can help keep children on task and make sure they have the tools for success.

Practise times tables, either online or on paper – this is a great tool to help your child remember maths facts quickly and easily.

Create time for your child to practise what they already know, such as repeating times tables.

Provide example maths problems – these can be helpful for your child.  These should show all the steps clearly and have a very similar follow-up problem for them to try.