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Summer term knowledge organisers. Ask someone in your family to test you using the information on the front. How much can you remember?

Spring Term Knowledge Organisers. Use the quizzes to keep testing yourself until you can answer every question correctly. Can you make up your own questions based on the front pages?

These 25 fun reading and writing ideas will help you with your literacy wherever you are learning!

Hi Year 6! Happy New Year! We hope you are all well and ready to try some online learning for the next couple of weeks. Your online learning on Microsoft Teams is going to start on Wednesday 6th January as we need time to prepare these lessons. There is still work for you to do tomorrow though (Tuesday 5th)! Below you will see some links to Oak Academy for a Maths lesson, an English lesson and an R.E lesson. 



Lesson 1 


Lesson 1




As mentioned before, you will start your online lessons on Teams on Wednesday and there is a timetable below showing you the structure for each day. So, on Wednesday, you will need to log onto Teams and join your classroom to start lessons just like Mr Dawson showed you before Christmas.

Mrs Chaudry's maths class will need to make sure to sign in to the Year 6 Maths group for your maths lessons, which will now be with Mr McGill.


Looking forward to seeing you on Wednesday!

Year 6 Teachers

Remote Learning: Parent's Document

Remote Learning Timetable

 Wellbeing Poster Competition for all pupils 

Entries in by 22nd February 2021

50 Free Apps & Websites to help your child's home learning

Letter Going Home - 5th October 2020 - Year 6 Digital Masterclass by Author Luke Temple

Letter to all Y6 Parents from Slough - 25th September 2020

Homework to be completed by Tuesday 29th September.

English: There is a video about colons for you to watch. Join in with the activities, mark them as the video tells you to, then bring your sheet back by Tuesday for us to discuss in class. 

Maths: Your teacher will set you a task on MyMaths. This must also be completed by Tuesday.

           smileyWelcome to Year 6 2020-2021smiley

Your teachers are:

6 Firefly - Mrs Quinton and Mrs Martin

6 Kiwi - Mrs Chaudry and Mrs Senior

6 Ruru - Mr McGill


Other teachers in Year 6 are:

Mrs White - English, maths and music

Mrs Little - French

Mr Dawson - computing

Miss Taylor and Mr Boddy - P.E.



Supporting adults in Year 6 are:

Mrs Tinsley

Mrs Dhillon

Mrs Vadher

Miss Wilson

Well done everyone for such a positive start to the year. All your teachers have been very impressed with how well and maturely you have adapted to all the new routines. We are very proud of you. Keep it up!


Here are just a few reminders:

Start time for Year 6 is 8.30 am. Please be here on time so that we can start lessons promptly. 

Home time for Year 6 is 2.50 pm. Parents, please ensure that you collect your child on time, even if you have younger children with different finishing times. 

Children in 5 and 6 may walk home alone. If you would like you child to do this, please write a letter or an email to the office giving permission. 

PE day for Year 6 is Monday and the children should come to school in their PE kit. On all other days, children should be in full school uniform, including a tie. 




Year 6 'Meet the Teacher' document

Knowledge Organisers

At the end of the first week, every child was given a  pack of Knowledge Organisers. These are documents which outline the main elements of the topics being learnt this half term. Please do keep them in a safe place and use them regularly to support learning. Use the mini quiz to test knowledge at the start and then again at the end of the term. Learning the key vocabulary is essential.


If your child needs to isolate at home, please see the document below which gives a daily timetable of on-line lessons for your child to complete. 

Goodbye Year 6!

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Goodbye Year 6!

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Goodbye Year 6

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Goodbye Year 6

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Going Letter Home - Monday 20th July 2020

Year Group

Start Time and Location

End Time and Location

Nursery am*

9.00am–Trelawney Playground

11.45am-Gosling Gate

Nursery pm*

12.30pm-Gosling Gate

3.15pm-Gosling Gate



9.00am–Trelawney Playground

3.20pm-Trelawney Playground

Year 1 and Year 2

8.50am–Trelawney Playground

3.10pm-Trelawney Playground

Year 3 and Year 4

8.40am–Trelawney Playground

3.00pm-Trelawney Playground

Year 5 and Year 6


8.30am–Trelawney Playground

2.50pm-Trelawney Playground



8.50am–Trelawney Playground

3.10pm-Trelawney Playground

*Nursery and Reception parents please look out for a separate letter, from Mrs Porter (Early Years Phase Leader), to explain the settling in period in more detail.






Good Morning Year 6!

Please find your learning activities for this week below. 

Free School Meal letter - 1st June 2020

Art Therapy Activities to do at home šŸ˜Š

Happy birthday to the following people who turn eleven this month:

Jagan, Jivraj, Shiven, Vihaan, Zainab, Jaini, Hassan A, Sannaa, Arman, Adam L and Rayan.


YEAR 6 TEACHERS IN LOCKDOWN! We thought you might like to see what we have been up to!

Exciting News!  

We have subscribed to First News, a fun and informative children's  newspaper. To access the latest edition, please use the link below. Happy reading!

Supporting reading at home 

Wishing a  very HAPPY BIRTHDAY all of you who have birthdays this month!

Shania     Erin     Nikhith     Asri     Annsh     Naved     Madison     Kameel 




Parents Top Tips - Engaging your child in reading

Spring Term in Year 6!


Welcome back! We hope you have had a wonderful summer, and are excited about the year ahead! Here is what we will be learning about this term:



This term we are covering a range of skills within our English lessons. We will be making links between English and various other areas of the curriculum; such as Topic and PSHE. We will be working on the following units:

  • Poetry
  • Balanced Arguments
  • Time-shift Stories
  • Persuasion
  • SPAG Revision
  • Goodnight Mr Tom and writing linked to World War 2 topic. 




We will be covering a range of areas with the children within our maths lessons this term:

  • Number
  • Calculation
  • Shape and Space
  • Using and Applying
  • Mental Strategies
  • Problem Solving
  • Measurements
  • Data Handling
  • Algebra
  • Statistics


The children will complete an Arithmetic test on a weekly basis to consolidate their learning. They will continue to take Cracking Times Tables tests and it is crucial that they have rapid recall of facts to at least 12 x 12 and also of the related division facts e.g. 144 divided by 12


Topic: World War Two

We will be learning about the  causes of World War Two, food and rationing, experiences of evacuees,women's roles and propaganda.


Science: ' Living Things and Their Habitats

 We will look at  classifying and grouping animals based on their characteristics, learning about helpful and harmful micro-organisms and  planning, implementing and drawing conclusions from investigations about micro-organisms. 


Art & DT:

Our focus this term is DT. We will link  this to our work on World War 2. applying pur knowledge of rationing and food available during this period by planning and making savoury dishes from this time.  We will also be researching different types of shelters used and using our knowledge of materials and joining and strengthening techniques, design and build our own shelters.  




In RE this term the children will be learning about The Holy Trinity in Christianity, how churches help us to understand Christian beliefs and in the secind half of the term, the children will be extending their knowledge of Easter. 



Each week your child will be given a list of spellings to learn which they will be tested on the following week. They will also receive a piece of English or Topic homework. In addition to this, Maths homework will be set. This may be on paper or on My Maths, our new computer-based maths programme. 


Thank you for your continued support.


Year 6 Teachers




Important Reminders...

*Homework will be set on a Thursday and is due to be returned Tuesday. 


*Children should also bring in their reading books and home-school communication books in with them daily. These will be signed by adults during guided and independent reading activities. 


*Our PE lessons take place on a Monday afternoon, alongside computing. We strongly recommend children bringing their PE kit in on a Monday and take it home on a Friday.   Jewellery MUST be removed for PE for Health and Safety. This includes earrings (if your child struggles to remove them, please take them out on PE days if possible.)


*As a school, we are trying to ensure that uniform is of the highest standard. As a result, we will be issuing letters should your child be wearing incorrect uniform. If you have any queries, please see your child's class teacher. 


*All money for school dinners and school trips should now be paid through Parent Pay.


 Key Dates:

First day of term: Tuesday 7th January 2020

Last day before half term: Thursday 13th February 2020  (Friday 14th February is a training day)


Half Term: Friday 14th February - Friday 21st February 2020


First day after half term: Monday 24th February 2020

Last day of term: Friday 3rd April  2020


Afternoon ICT Workshops at Langley Grammar:

6 Ruru 30th January 2020

6 Kiwi 6th February 2020

6 Firefly 13th February 2020 


History Off The Page World War 2 Workshop: Thursday 19th March 2020




Below are some website links that you may find useful in supporting and enriching your child's learning at home. 

  • My Maths 


Find out how to use a protractor

These problems should keep you going for a while!

  • Ryvers Primary School,
  • Trelawney Avenue,
  • Slough,
  • Berkshire,
  • SL3 7TS