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Yr 6 Special Pre SATs Homework!

With SATs beginning on Monday, we wanted to give Yr 6 some ideas as to how they can relax and enjoy this weekend! There will obviously be no homework this week, but here is a Pre SATs Bingo that you may want to try and complete to prepare yourselves for the week ahead! We are looking forward to welcoming you all to breakfast club on Monday morning.


Take the dog for a walk


Speak to a family member on the phone.


Find the nearest park and play for 30 minutes.


Have a pyjama day.


Do 15 minutes of exercise



Do some baking.

Write down 3 things that you are proud of about yourself.  

Listen to your favourite music.



Have a lie in!


Watch your favourite film.


Help an adult do something in the house.


Speak to a friend on the phone.


Read a chapter of your book.


Sunbathe in the garden.



Be silent and still for 5 minutes.


Make 3 people laugh.

Yr 6 Homework

Homework due by Wednesday 1st May

  1. Complete questions set on these questions have been specifically chosen to reflect areas of maths which have been identified from recent in-school assessments as being weaker.
  2. Complete SPaG revision page.

If you have any problems with the homework, please email or speak to your child’s class teacher who will be happy to help.

Yr 6 Homework

Homework due by Wednesday 24th April

Complete mixed objectives test on this has been set up to target several key objectives as a means of revision. We use this information to plan appropriate support within school.

Complete fluency sheet on using colons. Some of this will need to be written in the homework books, some can be completed on the sheet.

Thank you for your on going support in ensuring children are able to complete their homework. It is all part of our efforts to support their transition to secondary school.

Yr 6 Homework

Homework is due in by Wednesday 17th April.

  1. Complete the measurement SATs test which has been set on (Children already have their log in information in order to access this)
  2. Complete the SPaG sheet which contains questions from many areas of the SPaG curriculum. Wk 1 spag

We ask that all children, unless prior agreed by the teacher, complete this homework. The maths test gives us information on gaps in learning that we use to help best prepare the children for their upcoming SATs.

Yr 6 Easter Homework

During the Easter holiday, our main priority is that the children enjoy the break, remain active and spend time with friends & family.

We are, however, aware that some parents are keen to keep their child ticking over with some homework so we have put together a few bits to complete which should help the children consolidate their learning from the classroom.

  1. There are 2 practice papers available on (the children have used this before and will have their log in details with them.)
  2. There are some SPaG revision mats which cover a range of topics which will have been covered in class.
  3. Finally, there is a retrieval practice worksheet; this is a key content domain for the KS2 assessments.

Enjoy a lovely Easter break.

Yr 6

Yr 6 Homework

Reminder that homework is due in by Wednesday 20th March. 

  1. Complete statutory spelling words including paragraph where the words are used in context.
  2. Complete online Maths practice paper around decimals & percentages – this can be found at (The children already have their log on information for this)

Weekly homework is part of our on-going effort to best prepare the children for their upcoming transition to secondary school.


Yr 6 Homework

Homework is due in by Wednesday 13th March

  1. Complete reading comprehension sheet. This is designed to encourage speed & efficiency when reading.
  2. Complete online maths practise paper. This is a new website we are using. Children should all have their log on within their homelink book and a letter has gone home which gives instructions on how to access this.

Please encourage your child to complete homework to a high standard. This is part of our on-going effort to ensure the children are prepared for the transition to secondary school.

Yr 6 Homework

Homework due by Wednesday 28th February.

  • Complete statutory spellings words from Yr 5/6 list including paragraph containing words in context.
  • Complete SPaG homework on Blooket! “Blooket is an exciting new take on the modern classroom review game. It aims to match action with education to create the ultimate learning experience!” This has been used in school and children have really enjoyed competing against one another! If you encounter any problems with this, please do not worry – it is our first time using this as homework. To access it, please click on the following link:  Blooket – SPaG Homework or follow the QR code below.

Yr 6 Homework

Homework due in by Wednesday 7th February.

  1. Complete Yr 5/6 statutory spelling words including paragraph of writing in context.
  2. Complete mini SPaG test covering lots of aspects from punctuation & grammar.
  3. Complete mini arithmetic test – we advise that the children have a 20 minute time limit on this, to reflect the need for efficiency in their SATs. 

Weekly homework is part of our on-going effort to best prepare our children for the transition to secondary school and we greatly appreciate your support at home with this.

Yr 6 Homework

Homework due in by Wednesday 31st January.

  1. Complete spellings and paragraph containing the words in context.
  2. Complete angles worksheet – this follows on from our work on angles in class. For more support on angles please see the following link:
  3. Research Wax Work inspirational person. Children have been asked to research and find out information about their chosen inspiration. This will support our literacy work this week where we will be writing a biography.

As ever, please present your homework to a high standard and ensure it is with your class teacher before the deadline.

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