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No spellings this week

All Year 3/4 spellings have been covered.
In the New Year, children will start to have different spellings. Some children are ready to move on to the Year 5/6 spellings but others need to secure these words and will repeat the Year 3/4 words.

Any queries please contact your class teacher.

Spellings due 5th December

Due to changes in the Literacy curriculum in Year 6 children are expected to be secure with all KS2 spellings. There will be no choice in terms of degrees of difficulty. All children, of all abilities, need to learn the following for next week:

question regular remember straight ancient bruise category definite embarrass

foreign

Please encourage not to use capitals unless required for the start of a sentence or a proper noun

Spellings due 28th November

Due to the changes in the Literacy curriculum children in Year 6 are expected to be secure with all KS2 spellings. There will be no choice of spellings, in terms of degree of difficulty. All children, of all abilities, need to learn the following for next week:

favourite grammar
knowledge mention
natural occasionally
opposite particular
peculiar possession

To support with understanding definitions for spellings, the ‘Collins children’s cobuild dictionary’ is a very useful tool.

Spelling homework due 21st November

Due to the changes in the Literacy curriculum children in Year 6 are expected to be secure with all KS2 spellings. There will be no choice of spellings, in terms of degree of difficulty. All children, of all abilities, need to learn the following for next week:
medicine possess
special though
weight earth
famous length
surprise ordinary

To support with understanding definitions for spellings, the ‘Collins children’s cobuild dictionary’ is a very useful tool.

My apologies for the error last week – repeat of words. The above words have not been covered.

Y6 spellings due 17th October

Due to the changes in the Literacy curriculum children in Year 6 are expected to be secure with all KS2 spellings. There will be no choice of spellings, in terms of degree of difficulty. All children, of all abilities, need to learn the following for next week:

actually extreme
certain height
history imagine
increase island
important accident

Please support your child to ensure spellings are recorded as accurately as possible in their homework books and they present their homework to a high standard. Also, there are no proper nouns, therefore there is no need for capitals apart from sentence work.

Spelling homework due 10th October

To support with understanding definitions for spellings, the ‘Collins Children’s Cobuild Dictionary’ is a very useful tool. There is an online version available.

Due to the changes in the Literacy curriculum children in Year 6 are expected to be secure with all KS2 spellings. There will be no choice of spellings, in terms of degree of difficulty. All children, of all abilities, need to learn the following for next week:

business certain
enough February
forwards guide
naughty popular
strength various

There is one word that requires a capital but the others MUST have lower case letters!

Y6 spellings for Week 4

The words this week are the following:

caught
century
busy
decide
difficult
centre
heart
continue
minute
consider

Encourage your children not to use capital letters inappropriately as this will impact on assessments later on in the year. Unless a word requires a capital letter it should always be in lower case.

Many thanks,

Year 6 team

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