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CLASS 6A (Year 6): Mr Abram

Mr I Abram    Mrs R Jenkins    Mrs M Morgan


Autumn Term

Welcome to Class 6A. Here are a few details to help you organise yourselves at the start of a busy term:


Mondays and Fridays - please have full PE Kit in for every lesson.






Ideally, pupils in Year 6 should be reading on a daily basis at home but if this is not possible, the minimum expectation is to read at least 3 times a week. We do have a monitoring system in place in 6A in the form of bookmarks that need to be signed by an adult every time they listen to you read.




New spellings (linked to the National Curriculum) are given out as part of the homework pupils receive on a Friday and a spelling test takes place the following Friday.


Maths and English activities – These are handed out every Friday and are due in the following Thursday. A record is kept of pupils who have completed their homework each week.

Maths homework is linked to the work completed in class that week to reinforce learning.

English homework consists of a spelling list, a grammar worksheet and a comprehension task (plus reading at least 3 times a week).


Please ensure homework books (purple A4) are signed by an adult each week.


Each Monday we will take a trip through the Bible with ‘Walk through the Bible’ delivering our R.E lessons. We will start with the Old Testament and re-tell the Bible stories that follow.

Class 6A are already been working hard. In Maths we are sharpening our arithmetic skills and currently solving problems linked to Place value, Rounding and Negative numbers.



In our English lessons we are enjoying reading 'Storm-breaker' by Anthony Horowitz.  We are basing much of our written work, vocabulary development and comprehension skills around this interesting and exciting book.

We are continuing to develop our map work skills and will be learning to locate and identify countries by their shape and identify physical features of landscapes and climates. In Science we have begun learning about ‘Light’ and ‘How we See’ with Mrs Jenkins.

 Year 6 Curriculum A Cycle 2019-2020  


March 30, 2020

Good morning all of you,

Welcome to our second week of school closure and social distancing. I hope you are all coping well and keeping safe.

I hope you had a great weekend and did something other than school work to keep yourself amused.

As it is now Monday, it is time t...

March 27, 2020

This is for all ages to be having a go at while at home.

March 27, 2020

Hello all of Y6A,

Well, it’s Friday.

Here is today’s guidance for your schoolwork.

Day 5 of the Maths ‘ten in ten booklet’ is the expectation today. If you have missed any of the previous days, you are going to have to spend a little extra time catching up. It’s always be...

March 26, 2020

Hello everyone,

Well, I can’t believe it’s Thursday already. The week seems to be whizzing by for me and I hope it is for you too.

You all need to have a look at day 4 of your maths 10 for 10 booklet toady and complete the questions to the best of your ability. You shoul...

March 25, 2020

Hello everybody,

I hope all is going as well as can be expected during this rather unusual situation we all find ourselves in and that you’re not too bored at home!

Well, as it is Wednesday today, you should be looking at completing day 3 of the maths Ten for ten booklet...

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