By / 7th June, 2020 / Year6 / Off

Hello Year 6,

I hope you’ve all had a great half-term break in the sunshine and you and your families are safe and well.

Our on-line education page will continue to be updated each Monday to support your home learning. You can contact me through Purple Mash and I’d love to receive examples of your work and hear about the fun things you’ve been up to.

Also, remember to keep checking the high school websites for updates on transition.

Have a good week.

Mrs D

Morning Maths

Year 6 Maths Revision Morning Starter – Pack 8


Video tutorials are available on:

BBC Bitesize (daily links will be updated in the table below) and

White Rose Maths

These tutorials align with our timetable. The Power Maths worksheets, to consolidate your learning, should be downloaded from BBC Bitesize. White Rose worksheets are no longer available.

Monday Finding a rule –
Tuesday Forming expressions –
Wednesday Substitution –
Thursday Solve simple one-step equations –
Friday Maths Challenge –

Arithmetic – ArithmeticPaper8

My Maths –

TT Rock Stars –


This week, you’ll be writing a newspaper report.  Please visit BBC Bitesize, using the daily links below, to find your English tasks.

Monday Apostrophes –
Tuesday Using Direct & Indirect Speech –
Wednesday Using Commas –
Thursday Write a Newspaper Report –
Friday Complete your Newspaper Report

If you would like an additional writing challenge, try the activities on Pobble365 – The Split.

Pobble365 – The Split

Please send photos or attachments of your work to me through Purple Mash email.



This week’s reading tasks are based on Matt Haig’s, ‘To be a Cat’ and can be found here The activities are supported by video clips.

Reading Plus –

It is important to spend 30 minutes 3-4 times each week on Reading Plus.

SPaG –

Spelling –

Additional learning

You can find many more exciting lessons in History, Geography, RE, Science, Art and more on BBC Bitesize Daily.

You could even brush up on your Spanish with a lesson about ‘Free time, sport and hobbies’ – click