Court Farm Primary School

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Welcome to Court Farm's Year 6 class page

Curriculum

Take a look at what year 6 are learning this term - Curriculum Map

Teacher: Ms E Barker

Higher Level Teaching Assistant: Mr K Osbourne

Maths Whizz

Please make sure that your child goes on to Maths Whizz for at least half an hour a week at home. Click here

Google

Web Address

What does it do?

Bitesize grammar

http://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/ks2/english/spelling_grammar/

 

Helps to remind you of some of the main spelling and grammar rules in a fun way.

 

 

 

Gives good examples of how to use all those different pieces of punctuation we have talked about in class

That quiz

http://www.thatquiz.org/tq-1

 

Gives you quick practise of key number skills to help your mental maths. Don’t forget to up the level and difficulty on the side bar!

Reading comprehension passages (it’s the 2nd website down!)

http://mrnussbaum.com/readingpassageindex/

 

Gives you lots of short, but interesting reading passages, which you can then sharpen your comprehension skills on by answering the multiple choice questions. (Year 6 need to be doing the grade 5+ questions)  

 

If you have anything that you wish to talk to us about please approach us at the end of the day or contact the school office if you would prefer to make an appointment.

Year 6 will have a weekly spelling test.

Spellings will be given out every Thursday and the test will take place the following Thursday.

 

 

PE: Children will participate in 2 one hour P.E. sessions per week - on a Tuesday  and Friday.

 

All children require a P.E. kit to join in; this consists of a white t-shirt, black shorts and black pumps/trainers.

 

 

Children will be using A.P.E within many different lessons of the curriculum. If you would like to support your children with this at home. Please click the following link A.P.E Sheet for further information.

 

Reading is a key skill that we want all children to develop. Please read with your children regularly and record this in their planner. It is important that fluent readers have the chance to read and talk about books with an adult. Please ask questions that check whether your child understands what they have read.