Bradford Road, Clayton, Bradford, West Yorkshire, BD14 6HW

Tel: 01274 414761

Email: office@stanthonysclayton.org.uk

St Anthony's Catholic Primary School

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Year 6 

Please see below information from our SATs parents evening. 

Blogging

Click here to access our new Year 6 Class Writing Blog

Click below to access Year 6's blog page

Ambassadors - Prefects - Buddies - Role Models 

Click on the links below for information on the new curriculum:

New Curriculum 2014

Annual Curriculum Plan

Maths Curriculum

English Curriculum

Learn by Heart Facts

 

Blood Heart

Our topic of Blood Heart continues this half term.  We will be making and investigating samples of plasma as well as exploring the functions of blood.  

We have now entered our revision period for SATs, which will be carried out in the week beginning 14th May. This will entail revisiting some work covered during Year 5 and Year 6.  To make sure this time is as productive as possible, it is very important for your child to complete all homework, read and do some independent revision.

We will celebrate the completion of SATs with the residential to Northumberland, the following week.

In Maths we are focusing on the four operations, especially on working out how to complete a whole variety of problems in words. It is also important that your child fully knows their times tables and can apply these to fractions and percentages. Regular practice at home really helps.

In English we will focus on reading comprehension skills, especially explaining in detail our own ideas about the texts we are reading and giving reasons for our opinions based on the text. In writing we will be completing skills work relating to sentences, grammar and punctuation.

Thank you for your continued support,

Miss Falconi, Mr Kendall and Mrs Walton 

 

Home Learning:

These websites can be used to help support learning in class and preparation for our end of key stage assessments:

Education City
spag.com
Purple Mash

Homework:

English homework is due back on a Wednesday.

Math homework is due back on a Friday.

All homework needs to be checked and signed.

Spelling tests will take place every Friday.

Reading:

Children need to read every evening and their reading record must be signed. They will change their books regularly.  Their home reader, also needs to be in school every day.

PE:

Children will need both outdoor and indoor PE kits in school.  Our PE sessions will take place on Mondays and Tuesdays.