Yr 6 Home Learning Summer 2 (Page in development)
Below are some of the topics we have planned to cover in Year 6 Summer 2 with some useful links and resources. Year 6 will no longer receive tailored home learning and feedback via ParentMail/Class Dojo as Yr 6 provision will now be provided in school.
Please note, the links and resources below will not be able to directly replicate the Year 6 teaching provision or the exact resources that will be used in school. Hopefully, it will offer you some useful guidance as to where you can start covering similar topics, if you wish.
You should consider supplementing the links and resources on this page with My Maths as well as national daily lessons provided by BBC Bitesize Daily Lessons and the Oak National Academy - these website will provide year 6 pupils with a day by day curriculum to support learning at home.
Please be aware, that the curriculum is inevitably heavily balanced towards PSHE and making sense of the current situation, wellbeing and discussing emotions in depth. We will also be providing transition units to secondary school on: Drugs and Alcohol and SRE.
NB: If you intend to come in at a later point in the summer, please do not complete lessons ideas below and instead use the general resources available on the main Year 6 page. Or you may end up learning the same thing twice!
Please use the maths lessons and resources on MyMaths to match these learning objective
Topic areas to be covered in Summer 2:
- Illustrate and name the parts of circles (radius, diameter, circumference) and to know that the radius is twice the circumference
- Interpret and construct pie charts and line graphs and use these to solve problems
- Calculate the mean as an average
- To read and interpret timetables
Revision: Maths Objectives for Summer 2
- To compare and order decimals
- Multiply one digit numbers within two step word problems
- Use written division methods in cases where the answer has to be up to two decimal places.
- Solve problems which require answers to be rounded to specified degrees of accuracy.
- Add and subtract fractions with different denominations and mixed numbers, using the concept of equivalent fractions
- Multiply simplpe pairs of proper fractions by whole numbers
- Associate a fraction with division and calculate decimal fraction equivalents for a simple fractions
- Recall and use equivalences between simple fractions, decimlas and percentages, including in different contexts.
PLease use the daily lessons provided by the Oak National Academy:
In English we will be studying the Phantom Tollbooth by Justin Norton as part of a transition unit with the Archer Academy and Christ College. You may purchase the book to read independently if you wish.