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Year 6 - Owl Class

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Welcome to Year 6! Please find below some key information regarding reading, homework, PE and timings. Click on the tabs to find out more about our topics this year. Please don’t hesitate to contact me using Class Dojo or emailing:



As of Monday 5th September 2022, there will no longer be staggered start times. Children should arrive at school between 8.30 and 8.40 to be registered by 8.45 latest.

Home time: 3.10pm



  • Children are expected to read 3-5 days a week at home. This can be alone or with an adult, but we encourage sharing books at home! This should be recorded in children’s reading diaries, and must be signed by an adult. Reading certificates will be awarded when children have met the different milestones: 50 Bronze, 100 Silver, 150 Gold, 250 Platinum.



Homework will be set on a Friday and should be completed by the following Thursday. This includes:

  • Spellings will now be set on Spelling Frame, in order to reduce printing. If your child needs a paper copy, please let me know. 
  • During Spring term, children will each be given a CGP book for maths. Each week I will provide the page numbers which the children need to complete that week. The learning each week will support the work completed in class that week. 
  • Children are expected to practise times tables regularly. Being quick at recalling times tables supports lots of other maths learning that we do in school. Children can practise with others or practise online using Times Tables Rockstars.


Looking for more?

Children might also like to complete one or more of the Nandos challenges! These are not compulsory, but are fun activities which relate to our topic, and can be done with parents at home. Nando's homework can be found in your child's homework folder, and is also attached below. These can be found by clicking on the Autumn/Spring/Summer tabs below. 



PE days are Tuesday and Friday. This half term the children will have OAA (outdoor adventurous activity) on Tuesday and Tennis on Friday. Children should come to school in their PE kits on these days and ensure they are prepared for all weather!






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