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Year 6 Home Learning


I hope that everyone is still keeping safe and have been doing lots of outdoor learning in the sunshine which we have been having!  I have updated this page and now have separated each week into the links above where you can find your work and activities.  Work from previous weeks will now be saved and archived in each of the above links.


Each week you will find a selection of work which the children are able to have a go at during the following week.  Please note that there is no expectation to complete all of the work, or on certain days.  Whilst it is important to encourage the children to do a variety of the work below, it is also important that they take part in family games and spend quality family time together.


I have included work from a range of subjects and this will be updated weekly.  If the children wish, they can take photos of their work and send them into school through the home school learning link on the previous page - it would be lovely to see how the  children have been getting on.  If you are struggling with anything, then you can always access activities from other class pages. For example, we would rather you completed Year 5 maths tasks than struggle with Year 6 tasks. Home learning is new to us all and it's about keeping busy, not struggling with anything!


I have included the National Trust garden activity page and the cross-curricular ideas sheet from before the holidays as these still provide lots of fun ideas for the children to do.


At the bottom of the page is a link to the BBC Bitesize website for the daily Year 6 lessons.  These provide both short video lessons and activities for different subjects.


Also at the bottom of the page are the links to Spelling Shed and Times Table Rock Stars.  Each week, the children will have a new set of spellings which they can learn - use the assignment link when playing their games.  The children can also set up challenges between each other on Times Table Rock Stars - use the Rockslam tab at the top of the page.


Activities to do in your garden or in the park

Cross Curricular Home Learning Ideas