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Year 6

Year 6

Remote Learning 

Here's where you will find everything that you need to be learning at home. 

Each week I will upload the suggested timetable for your learning which we do hope you will try to do as much of as you can. 

Click on the link below for support materials if your child is finding some of the main learning difficult. If you require some additional worksheets for your child so that they can independently practise key skills please click the link for Additional Worksheets.


Remote Learning for Week Commencing 18th January 2021

Monday 18th January


Maths: Decimals up to 2 decimal places (2 d.p)


English: The Demon Dentist on Oak Academy


Science: sheet here


Tuesday 19th January


Maths: Understanding Thousandths


English: Here’s a sheet to get you started


Geography:  here


Wednesday 20th January


Maths: Three decimal places (3 d.p)


English: Complete the Witness statement


PSHE: the worksheet.


Thursday 21st January


Maths: Multiply by 10,100 and 1000

English: Write what happens next in the story


R.E: here


Friday 22nd January


Maths: Arithmetic Practice Paper 11


English: write your own short story


Science: sheet here

Welcome to Year 6


Staffing in Year 6 for 2020/2021:


Mr O Symonds: Class Teacher

Mrs S Martin: Teaching Assistant

Mrs R Leeman: Teaching Assistant


Timings/Entering School




Year 6 Learning Begins at: 9.00am


Pupils to enter the school via the Junior Gate and the classroom via the rear Y6 Classroom Door.


The School Day Ends at: 3.30pm


Any parental contact should be made via the school office (by phone) to speak to a member of the Y6 team directly.






P.E Kits must be brought to school on Monday and taken home on Friday


The school P.E Uniform is as follows: 


- Plain white t-shirt (No logos)

- Plain black shorts (No logos)

- Sensible trainers (for outdoor wear)

- Plain jogging bottoms (Outdoor lessons)




Planners and Reading Books



Your child will need to bring their planner to school daily. At Rosedale, we advise all children to read to an adult once a day. Your child will bring home their school reading book daily, which will have an orange label on the outside. 


Parents and children are encouraged to log their reading sessions in the school planner including page numbers and comments.


Purple Mash and Times Tables Rockstars (TT Rockstars)


All pupils are actively encouraged to access Purple Mash and TT Rockstars from home. Your child's login in in their planners.




Year 6 Autumn Curriculum Map

Year 6 Themes: Autumn 2020




"How did crime and punishment change during the Victorian era?"





"Why did the Victorian empire become the largest in history?"





"How can the efficiency of circuits be altered?"

"How does light travel?"





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