Year 6 Home Learning


Hello Year 6

The time is flying by and there are only a few short weeks until the end of term!

We are so happy to see so many of you back at school and so many of you continuing to work hard at home.

Keep checking the lessons on Seesaw and posting the work that you have done. We also like to see what other activities you have been doing so do send photos that we can put on the Walll of Wonder.

The weekly newsletter from Miss McCaffery has up to date information for you every week and also lets you know who has won a special certificate. There are certificates for Superlearner and Seesaw Champion for  home learners and also Star of the Week  for those in school. Who will win this week?

Take care and stay safe

Mrs Sutherland and Mrs Bryant





Contact us

We are keen to keep in touch with you and your child. We would love to hear what your child is doing at home and to see photos of your child playing games or of work completed. If you have any further questions about their home learning, please get in touch via the email address below.

SATs-based work

SATS 2019

Downloadable past papers


Suggested daily timetable

9am – PE with Joe Wicks

Find a safe space to get your day started with PE with Joe! Keep your water bottle handy. Access it here.

Or log on to go noodle and choose your own routines.

9.30am – English Log on to English lesson for today on

10.00 – 10.30am                Go to Topic on Home Learning Suggestions
(each Wednesday)          Join in the Safe + Sound fire safety workshop live

10.30 am – Have a well deserved break!

10.45 am -– White Rose Maths learning

Find ‘Year 6’ and complete one of the lessons. It has a video to watch first to help you to understand and there is also an activity sheet you can print off. If you can’t print it off, write down your answer on a piece of paper. Afterwards, check your answers using the answer by clicking ‘get the answers’.

You could also do some of these maths code breakers over the week too (no cheating – don’t look at the answer page until you have solved it yourself!) Challenge 1, Challenge 2, Challenge 3

11.30am – Education City

Log onto Education City and complete the activities on here.

12pm – Lunchtime!

1pm – Century Tech

Log onto Century Tech and complete the activities on there.

1.30pm – Complete one of the activities in the grid below or do some drawing or artwork or something that you enjoy or have fun on TT Rockstars

2.30pm – Have a read of a good book. Relax and unwind.

3pm – Free time! You deserve it.


Grid of activities (updated 24/4/20)


Read for 20 minutes every day.

Draw your favourite scene from the section that you have read. Then put all the scenes together to create a story version of your book.


Write your own SATS style Arithmetic paper and then email it to school so that your friends can test themselves. Don’t forget to write the answer sheet too!


Write an acrostic poem about Captain Tom’s amazing fundraising success.

All learning

Login to Education City or Century Tech & complete the learning tasks.


Use TT Rockstar everyday & practise your times tables by writing them out on paper. Get someone to test you on your times tables – how quick can you recall them?


Go to Pobble 365 ( which gives you a picture and a story starter that you can finish. Use your imagination to write a fabulous ending for the story.

Reading, SPAG, Maths

Complete the SATS papers & use your CGP revision books or paper learning activities sent home.


Improve your drawing skills. If you draw a little bit every day, you will get better. Try drawing portraits of your family or yourself. Check the video to show you how to do it.


Shadow Puppets Project

We have a little project book for this which you can download here or send us an email and we’ll send it to you.


Investigate light and shadows while the sun is shining. Follow the link to see a range of different scientific activities.

All learning

Go to

and check out some of the different lessons available. There are new ones coming out every week.


Marley has made some fabulous looking chocolate muffins and a lovely sponge cake. Bake your own favourite recipe and send us the photos.


Fancy competing against children from your own school and others across the city from your own home?  Go to the School Games icon under P.E on our Home Learning Suggestions each Monday to see the new challenge, click on the link in the document to reveal the challenge and to log your score. Any age can enter.  Good Luck!!