Year Six

We have shared the half termly homework here to support with home learning. 

Spellings are sent home weekly in the red Homework Folder.


Autumn 1 2020


Maths – This half term we are revisiting all the multiplication facts up to 12 x 12 to improve our accuracy and fluency.

TTS Rockstars –

There are other ideas on our school website and also in the maths information booklet which was sent home last week.  Your teacher will check your progress every Wednesday.

A ‘Battle of the Bands’ competition has been set up between the Year 6 classes.  The results will be announced next week!

TTRS Graduates – see attached Arithmetic activity (and continue to rehearse your times tables – you can join in with the ‘Battle of the Bands’ too).


Reading – Please ensure you read for at least 20 minutes, 4 times per week, and that your reading record is signed by an adult to show this has happened.  Your teacher will sign this every Wednesday.  Don’t forget to write the title of the book(s) you read and you (or your parents) should write a comment.


Spellings – You will be tested on the list of words sent home each week. You should practise your spellings using the activities sent home or strategies from class.  There will be a spelling test every Wednesday.


Parents and Carers


Please sign your child’s homework diary when the reading, spelling and maths homework is completed. If there are any concerns about homework, please contact the school office or write a message in your child’s homework diary.


Topic Homework – Y6 Wonderful Me Personal Project.  

This project allows you to explore your own passions and encourages your creativity. You are challenged to complete a project on something that interests or inspires you. It could even be something new you would like to have a greater knowledge about or something you are currently interested in that you would like to share with the class as an expert.


This project should be handed in by Wednesday 21st October.

You can choose the format you wish to use for your project e.g. it can be handwritten or typed on the computer. You may wish to include models, paintings or illustrations etc. In previous years, children have shared information about their hobbies/interests and even created a project all about their career aspirations. Remember we have shared our expectations for this project with you and discussed examples and ideas to help you get started.